The investigation of two senior officials once tasked with domestic security signifies that the 2021 legal-political rectification campaign has reached the upper levels of the Party. Fu Zhenghua, the former deputy head of the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 15, 2017
Cartoonist Rebel Pepper comments on the case of Guangxi Normal University Press social media...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 11, 2012
At The New York Times’ Lens blog, Sim Chi Yin talks to Li Zhensheng, who worked as a photojournalist in Heilongjiang during the Cultural Revolution. Li describes how, after initially being caught up in the excitement of...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 29, 2011
China Media Project has translated a People’s Daily editorial which preaches that “diversity is the secret to prosperity”, and that intolerance of disagreement is socially harmful. Only in the midst of...
by Wu Nan | Nov 22, 2006
From Reuters: Wang Wenhai worked for the Revolutionary Museum in Yan’an, in the central province of Shaanxi, the heart of the Chinese Communist revolution, where he devoted himself to creating thousands of sculptures of the late Chairman Mao, his hero. …Sui Jianguo, professor at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, had invited […]
by Sophie Beach | Jul 1, 2005
In the International Herald Tribune, Howard French reports from Yenan: Marxist ideology is said to have little relevance in today’s China. But all over this city, people can be overheard trading admiring stories about the heroism of Mao’s army or celebrating the spirit of Yenan, as much a name for that 12-year period as for […]
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