Yang Shiqun

Case Tests Scope Of Academic Freedom In China

From NPR’ Morning Edition: In China, the ivory towers are abuzz with a debate over academic freedom and student treachery. The most recent controversy began late last month when officials at East China University of...

The Ups and Downs of China’s Current Affairs Commentary

David Bandurski at China Media Project looks at one of the “rare bright spots” in China’s current media climate: a diverse and interesting selection of commentaries on current affairs. In particular, he reads a...

An Alleged Counterrevolutionary Teacher’s Personal Plea

As reported in a previous post on CDT, two female students accused their political science professor, Yang Shiqun, of being “counterrevolutionary.” This is in line with a growing trend of bloggers and journalists...

Chinese Students Inform On Professor (Updated)

Update: The following excerpt is from bbs.163.com (Updated on PST 9:30 am December 1, 2008 : the post is already being deleted from the netease portal, however, many more Chinese blog posts on this topic can be found here and...



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