New Internationalist

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A short history of free speech in China

Filed in: China History

  • September 1, 2004
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When the tide goes out, the rocks are revelealed

Transnationals say they’ll bring free speech to China. Yuezhi Zhao explains why they won’t.

Filed in: China Media

A look at the sky from the bottom of the well

Poetry, prose and FACTS from Falun Dafa, Tibet and Gay China.

Filed in: China Gay Rights Minorities Tibet

  • September 1, 2004
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A single spark starts a prairie fire

Large-scale farmers’ protests are sweeping the countryside. Yu Jianrong investigates.

Filed in: Agriculture China

The big tree catches wind

On the world stage, China speaks for both the rich and poor world. Nicola Bullard translates its schizophrenic message.

Filed in: China

States of Unrest

Resistance to economic ‘adjustment’ is growing with every passing year, as this worldwide round-up shows.

Filed in: Activism Argentina IMF Indonesia Korea, South Pakistan Paraguay Romania Senegal Structural Adjustment Turkey World Bank Zambia

  • March 1, 2004
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Jin Yongquan

A migrant travelling up the Yangtze, photographed by Jin Yongquan.

Filed in: China

Worldbeaters... Hu Jintao

Filed in: China

  • April 5, 2003
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