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Xu Zhangrun: “Whoever Heard of a Teacher Who Doesn’t Speak”

See Professor Geremie Barmé’s translation of Xu Zhangrun’s article on the China Heritage website at http://chinaheritage.net/journal/and-teachers-then-they-just-do-their-thing/   “Whoever Heard of a Teacher Who Doesn’t Speak?” Xu Zhangrun: Having dedicated myself to a teaching career, I have to repeat what Hu … Continue reading

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2002: Wired China: Many Hands on Many Switches

Round-Table on Internet and Free Flow of Information in China Statement by David Cowhig, Wired China: Many Hands on Many Switches Presented to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China April 15, 2002 I would like to share with you some thoughts about … Continue reading

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Christian Church Standoff in Zhengzhou, China

What happened after the Zhengzhou, Henan authorities posted the Illegal Religious Meeting Violation Notice in Zhengzhou, China   that was translated in a previous post: [English translation] (Pray for Us News) Brothers and sisters throughout China, we are the Zhengzhou Gaoxin District Christian … Continue reading

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PRC Religious Information Control Draft Regulations Released for Comment

Via Google Translate, lightly massaged. The PRC State Council issued the following draft regulations with a request for comment.  The date the draft regulations may go into effect, apparently later this year, is not clear. The draft regulations are very … Continue reading

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2006:Chinese Economists Speak Frankly to Power

Early in spring 2006, two versions of a summary of a meeting of the China Society for Economic Reform  中国经济体制改革研究会 , a group of academics who give frank advice to the PRC’s State Council. The second version left out some of … Continue reading

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Review of Wen Hai’s “The Gaze of Exile – The Testimony of China ‘s Independent Documentaries” in Hong Kong’s Ming Pao Weekly

Book review  by Janice entitled “The Truth that Cannot be Suppressed” of Wen Hai’s  “The Gaze of Exile – The Testimony of China ‘s Independent Documentaries” in Hong Kong’s Ming Pao Weekly  November 9, 2016 书评:禁不住的真實/Janice :文海 《放逐的凝視─見證中國獨立紀錄片》 2016年11月9日 香港明报周刊 When … Continue reading

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Su Yutong: Chinese Journalists Still Retain Their Ideals

Su Yutong: Chinese Journalists Still Retain Their Ideals 苏雨桐:中国记者的理想还在 November 8, 2016 China Clamps Down on Freedom of Expression Today is Chinese Journalists’ Day. Journalists’ Day was set aside in 2000 as a way to honor journalists for their contributions … Continue reading

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2009 Liu Xianbin — “A Memorial Long Overdue — In Commemoration of the Fifth Anniversary of the Death of Zhao Ziyang”

Photo: Former Prime Minister Zhao Ziyang holds the megaphone and, standing immediately to his left,  his personal secretary Wen Jiabao (who later himself became PRC Prime Minister) at Tiananmen in 1989 talking to the students. Sichuan political dissident Liu Xianbin, … Continue reading

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2008: Ran Yunfei: “Where Will the Fear End? A Talk that Could Not Be Delivered”

Where Will the Fear End? A Talk that Could Not Be Delivered by Ran Yunfei [from one of Ran Yunfei’s blogs – at https://ranyunfei.com/2009/11/860.htm ) November 4, 2008 Ran Yunfei note: This is a talk I had planned to deliver … Continue reading

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