Tag Archives: China

This Is the Reason Chinese Netizens Believe Why “Django Unchained” Was Barred


Quentin Tarantino’s Oscar-winning film Django Unchained was slated to open in Chinese theaters on April 11, and Tarantino was reported to have edited the film himself so as to satisfy the Chinese censors. And obviously he succeeded. At the last minute … Continue reading

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To Remember Is to Resist – by Teng Biao


Simply put, Teng Biao (滕彪) is one of the best known human rights lawyers and legal scholars in China. This is his preface to a memoir entitled “A Worthwhile Trip—A Documentation of Beijing Reeducation-through-Labor Dispatch Center”, in which he looks … Continue reading

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The Opposition Path and China’s Future


Mo Zhixu (莫之许) is a leading dissident intellectual based in Beijing. The original is published in a recent issue of iSunAffair Weekly as The Death and Life of China’s Dissent and Opposition Movements and in his blog. We recently translated … Continue reading

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