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As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
October 08, 2014
As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
The outcome of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution is more likely to resemble Wukan than Tiananmen.
As You Watch Hong Kong, Remember Wukan
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
April 03, 2014
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
Two rounds of hard-won elections in Wukan have done little to actually improve governance.
Democracy With Chinese Characteristics: The Case of Wukan
March 12, 2012
How China Can Prevent Collapse
China’s leadership seems to realize there’s a need for political reforms. But will the Communist Party act in time?
How China Can Prevent Collapse
The Wukan Effect
February 25, 2012
The Wukan Effect
The uprising in Wukan, and the government’s response, appears to have been more the exception than the rule.
The Wukan Effect
China’s Angry Bulls
February 10, 2012
China’s Angry Bulls
As China’s rural and migrant workers become more educated and well-travelled they are growing increasingly aware of their rights. And increasingly willing to stand up for them.
China’s Angry Bulls
More Wukans to Come?
February 09, 2012
More Wukans to Come?
A new survey suggests the Wukan village uprising last year might not be the last such protest in China.
More Wukans to Come?
Don't Forget Wukan
January 15, 2012
Don't Forget Wukan
The protest in the village of Wukan may have faded from the headlines. But it holds clues about the future.
Don't Forget Wukan
January 01, 2012
What Wukan Really Meant
Protests in China aren’t seen as an existential threat by leaders, but a policy issue. Still, citizens are likely to increasingly see them as the best way of ensuring things get done.
What Wukan Really Meant
Wukan Readies for March
December 19, 2011
Wukan Readies for March
Villagers at the center of an uprising against Chinese Communist Party officials threaten to march on a town.
Wukan Readies for March
China's 99 Percent?
December 17, 2011
China's 99 Percent?
The protest in Wukan reflects a general frustration among Chinese with their leaders. But will officials listen?
China's 99 Percent?
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