A young deputy township head in Sichuan recently posted an open resignation letter expressing disillusionment with issues including the constant distraction of “stability preservation” work. At China Media Project,...
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The death toll from a fire at a Jilin slaughterhouse on Monday has risen to at least 120, prompting the detention of a senior official at the plant’s operator, anger on the part of bereaved relatives, and a call from the...
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A mine explosion in Heilongjiang has killed 10, and trapped 114. From Cara Anna, for Associated Press: A gas explosion tore through a coal mine in northern China on Saturday, killing 15 people and trapping another 114 nearly a...
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David Bandurski from China Media Project writes on a story appearing in The Shanxi Daily on October 4, 2008. The story details the mayor of Changzhi giving out namecards so residents can call the mayor and the Party secretary to...
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