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2018/11/05 | Global Voices
After Fan Bingbing & Meng Hongwei, Nobody Is Safe in Xi Jinping's China
Both the starlet and the cop are victims of Xi's newest repression tactic: liuzhi, or retention in custody.
2017/10/24 | Yvonne Chiu
China Stoking Nationalist Fires in Doklam Border Dispute
China's recent dispute with India on the border with Bhutan shows how Beijing wields its international clout to boost domestic legitimacy.
The Empty Truth of Xi Jinping Thought
As the 19th National Congress of the CPP Approaches, Xi Jinping Thought looks set to be installed in the Party's constitution – ranking alongside only Mao Zedong Thought in terms of doctrinal weight. But whereas The Great Helmsman's dogma looked to the future, Xi is set solely on consolidating power for himself and his party.
2017/04/14 | Kuan Chen
Two Years in Jail for Calling Xi Jinping a ‘Steamed Bun’
It is a dangerous game playing fast and loose with nicknames in China, even with your friends online.
2016/09/01 | J. Michael Cole
BREAKING: Controversial Mao Concerts Cancelled
The performances glorifying a man who was responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of Chinese were too much for many Chinese Australian.
2016/08/26 | J. Michael Cole
OP-ED: Should Mao Enter the Building?
Two scheduled concerts in Australia honoring Chairman Mao have sparked calls for boycotts. Let them sing and dance and spin all they want in his honor. Our job isn’t to silence them, as this would make us no better than the CCP.
2016/07/23 | Angela Stanzel
Chinese Culture After the Cultural Revolution
Although China caught up economically rapidly after the Cultural Revolution, 10 years of stagnation in the Chinese society’s development left gaps in education and knowledge about Chinese history and culture that remain irretrievable.