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United Front Work Department Website Warns US Internet Company: Stop Providing Service to Tibetan and Uyghur Separatists!

Chinese Communist Party’s United Front Work Department China Tibet Network website warns San Francisco-based Cloudflare company that cooperates with dominant Chinese search engine company Baidu that it should stop providing internet service to some websites run by Tibetans and Uigurs … Continue reading

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Kong Lingping’s Rightist Memoir “Blood Chronicle” By Long-time Prisoner of Mao Zedong

These first pages of Kong Lingping’s memoir describe Chongqing University at the outset of Mao’s Hundred Flowers campaign that aimed to persuade people to speak out freely. Kong Lingping’s 孔令平memoir was published in CD in Hong Kong and as a … Continue reading

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Prof. Zheng Yongnian: What Does China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Tell Us?

Another analysis of the corruption problem among Party and government officials in China from Prof.  Zheng Yongnian’s blog.  The continuing corruption crackdown is part of the ongoing efforts at  centralized reform ( 集中式改革) to do something about it.  Zheng was … Continue reading

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Prof. Zheng Yongnian Fighting Corruption and China’s Second Political Revolution

Interesting article on China’s current anti-corruption campaign and what it all means by Zheng Yongnian. Zheng was born in Zhejiang, graduated from Beijing University, got a PhD in political science from Princeton and now teaches at Singapore National University. Wiki … Continue reading

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PRC Anti-Corruption Novel “The Wrath of God”: Insights into Official Corruption

I lived in Beijing from 1996 to 2001.  One of the better books I read during those days was a banned novel loosely based I understand on a Beijing Municipality corruption case of a few years earlier.  I bought the … Continue reading

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2012: Chen Jieren: Imperfect Reforms and Perfect Conservatism

Singapore’s United Morning News has a analysis of the People’s Daily commentary from Chen Jieren of  Zhongguo Zhengfa Daxue at  http://www.zaobao.com/yl/tx120225_001_2.shtml  作者是中国政法大学研究员 I  translated selected paragraphs and interlaced them with the original text.  The original text is that the URL above and copied … Continue reading

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2012: People’s Daily Commentary: “Imperfect Reforms are to Be Preferred to the Crisis Caused by No Reforms”

Summary translation of February 23, 2012 People’s Daily Commentary “Imperfect Reforms are to Be Preferred to the Crisis Caused by No Reforms” 2012年02月23日 05:28 来源:人民日报 Lianhe Zaobao discusses the significance of the February 23rd People’s Daily Commentary Dept. commentary  “Imperfect Reforms are to … Continue reading

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