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Is China Totalitarian or Authoritarian?

Is China totalitarian? This is a question I think about sometimes.  China certain doesn’t feel totalitarian, especially when you compare to the old Cultural Revolution days. What does totalitarian vs. authoritarian mean? Perhaps it is just a semi-empty exercise in … Continue reading

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2012: Chengdu Tianwang Center Rights Advocate Huang Qi’s RFI Interview Discusses People’s Congress Elections

English translation of the main part of Huang Qi‘s (jailed since December 2016 because of his human rights work) interview with Radio France International  Chinese language service about the efforts of local independent candidates to exercise their electoral rights in … Continue reading

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Chengdu Elections 2012: Ten “Escorted” Independent Candidate to Polls; Party Secretary Put Ballot Boxes in His Car

Photos: Ten Escort Candidate to Polling Place, Party Secretary Puts Ballot Boxes in His Car 图:成都10余人押送参选人 书记把票箱抱上车 by Volunteer Worker Bai Hui [ Two photos and original text are at http://www.64tianwang.com/bencandy.php?fid-12-id-9182-page-1.htm  Text is also copied below. ]    (Tianwang Chengdu, … Continue reading

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