For Foreign Policy, human rights lawyer Teng Biao tempers optimism about the end results of...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 16, 2013
Echoes of Tiananmen have emerged this week in areas as diverse as a Beijing Cirque du Soleil...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 4, 2011
Reuters reported on Wednesday on the fearful atmosphere among Kashgar’s Han Chinese community, following the series of attacks over the weekend in which 20 were killed. “People here feel genuine terror, we definitely...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 20, 2011
The Committee to Protect Journalists reports the closure of Wang Keqin’s famed investigative reporting team at China Economic Times, confirming fears stirred by earlier postings on Sina Weibo. Xie Baokang, assistant to the...
by Xiao Qiang | Oct 3, 2009
Former Premier Zhu Rongji kept a low profile in all black and shades during the National Day parade in Beijing on Thursday. The photo below, one of the only ones that has emerged of Zhu from that day, has generated discussion...
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 6, 2006
From ÈòøÂøÜGG – BLOG, former primer Zhu Rongji visited Lin Zexu Musuem in Fuzhou, Fujian province in July 2006. Zhu was surrounded by plainclothes security guards, but was recognized by other tourists. The photo was taken by a tourist there that day and circulated on the Internet.
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