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Despite?Chinese authorities’ attempts?to limit accessibility to online streams of the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Monday,
How China Saw the First U.S. Presidential Debate
As political appointments set the stage for one leadership transition in China, authorities are maneuvering for another, positioning their chosen Panchen Lama to assume a more
Beijing Positions Preferred Successor to Dalai Lama
A report released last week by PEN International looks at the treatment of foreign journalists in China, many of whom have faced harassment, interference with their reporting, and
Foreign Journalists Face Increasing Pressure
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The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. Beijing Network Management Office: No news service
Minitrue: No U.S. Presidential Debate Live Streams
Yu Peiyun recently posted the following?scathing review of the ongoing anti-corruption campaign spearheaded by President Xi Jinping and piloted by Central Commission for Discipline
Translation: Why Xi?s Anti-graft Campaign Bores Me
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Civil rights lawyer Xia Lin was sentenced last week to 12 years in jail for fraud, the harshest sentence to date in Xi Jinping’s ongoing crackdown on legal advocacy and rights
Ai Weiwei: China?s Judicial System ?Unfair by Nature?
Next year’s 19th Party Congress is expected to bring a major restructuring of China’s top leadership, including the replacement of 11 of the 25 Politburo members and
Leadership Maneuvers From Tianjin to Wukan
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Commenting on the Xi administration’s ongoing crackdown on rights activism and legal advocacy,?writer and free speech activist Murong Xuecun describes how the?campaign?
Activists Speak Out on Xi?s Rights Crackdown
Rights defense lawyer Xia Lin has just been dealt a 12-year prison sentence for fraud, seeming punishment for years of work on high-profile human rights cases and his?refusal to
Translation: Xia Lin Carries Something Precious
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