In effort to safeguard Party legitimacy, official history glosses over much of the brutality...
by Paulina Hartono | Jun 4, 2008
While the resigned law professor Xiao Han just broke the Tiananmen Massacre taboo in a university classroom early this year, it is not the first time such words have been written and published in the Chinese blogosphere. Here is...
by Paulina Hartono | Jan 13, 2008
Beijing based writer Xu Xing wrote following post on his Xintianyou blog, thanks to M. J.’s translation: The phone rang suddenly last Thursday at about two in the morning. An old friend of mine, a Latin American girl, was crying to me on the line: “Old Xu my friend, I can’t not call you…I had […]
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 2, 2008
Born in 1956, Xu Xing (徐星) is a Beijing-based writer and also an occasional blogger. Xu’s latest book “Et tout le reste est pour toi” “And everything else is for you” was published by...
CDT in the News
- Mind Matters – #WhereIsPengShuai: China’s Star Tennis Player Went Missing
- The New York Times – China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows the Limits of Beijing’s Propaganda
- The Hindu – What happened to Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai?
- Vice – How China Managed to Wipe Out All Mentions of Its Most Explosive #MeToo Case
- WSJ – China’s Response to Peng Shuai Allegations Follows Familiar Pattern