Every so often, something cranks up the heat on Chinese hatred for Japan. In the mid-2000s, it was Japanese textbooks glossing over the Nanjing Massacre; the Japanese prime minister’s annual visit to the Yasukuni Shrine never...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 20, 2011
ChinaGeeks has translated a brief quotation from writer Wang Shuo about democracy in China, which is currently making the rounds in Chinese cyberspace: A people without elections, without property, and without political rights...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 13, 2011
At Foreign Policy, Eric Abrahams describes the fall and rise of humour in the People’s Republic: … China’s educational policy and official pronouncements did not stray far from this pattern of value statements...
by Gao Fei | Jun 15, 2007
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