Tag Archives: Deng Xiaoping

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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Xi’s Empty Words Harm the Nation


(Tom is unable to post his piece at the moment. Yaxue substitutes.) Xi Jinping created quite a stir with his recent trip to Guangdong province, which has been seen by many as a demonstration of his determination to continue with … Continue reading

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Mo Yan, According to You — Part Two


In the first part of this long post, I took a closer look at Mo Ya’s political choices and explained why many Chinese find him objectionable as a winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. At the end, I asked … Continue reading

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