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Environmental Protest Breaks out in China’s Wuhan City
July 04, 2019

Environmental Protest Breaks out in China’s Wuhan City

By Kendra Brock
Wuhan residents protested the construction of a waste-to-energy plant, repeating a pattern seen elsewhere in China in recent years.

The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China
May 23, 2019

The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China

By Sarah Cook
The regime’s repressive efforts are increasing, but they are also failing in important ways.
May 4, 1919: The Making of Modern China
May 01, 2019

May 4, 1919: The Making of Modern China

By Sebastian Veg
100 years later, modern China’s foundational moment has taken on many meanings.

A Slowing Chinese Economy Means More Instability
October 18, 2018

A Slowing Chinese Economy Means More Instability

By Tyler Headley
With economic headwinds, protests become more common. Even China is no exception.

China's $1.4 Billion Port City in Sri Lanka Gets the Green Light
March 12, 2016

China's $1.4 Billion Port City in Sri Lanka Gets the Green Light

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, "two sessions," Caixin on censorship, mass incidents, and Xi's cult of personality. Friday China links.

Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
November 25, 2014

Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'

By Jessica Chen Weiss
Jessica Chen Weiss, author of the book Powerful Patriots, on nationalist protests and China's foreign policy.

Why There Won't be an Occupy Beijing
October 21, 2014

Why There Won't be an Occupy Beijing

By Patricia Kim
Hong Kong's protests are similar to movements in China in the 1980s, but mainland students won't be protesting anytime soon.
A Major Setback to the Rule of Law in China
September 15, 2014

A Major Setback to the Rule of Law in China

By Jared Genser
With its treatment of Gao Zhisheng, Beijing shows the extent to which it fears the rule of law.

Interview: Louisa Lim
July 18, 2014

Interview: Louisa Lim

By Justin McDonnell
China-based journalist Louisa Lim on her new book on Tiananmen and why the protest resonates today.

60 in Custody After Hangzhou Protests
May 14, 2014

60 in Custody After Hangzhou Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
A demonstration against a waste incinerator turned violent on Saturday, resulting in 60 arrests.

Guangdong's Environmental Protests Turn Violent
April 02, 2014

Guangdong's Environmental Protests Turn Violent

By Shannon Tiezzi
Protestors in Maoming and Guangzhou tried to prevent the opening of a PX plant in Maoming, Guangdong.
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