Tag Archives: Guangdong

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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China’s well educated garbage men – Sorting through the waste of superfluous degrees


When you hear the words “migrant worker,” what kind of person comes to mind? Are they young or middle age? Are they poor? Are they educated? While “migrant worker” seems at first to describe a fairly uniform group of lowly … Continue reading

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Top China Stories – Christmas/New Year’s catch-up edition


With the holidays I know that many of you have taken a break from the internet to spend time with your families, but the Chinese gov’t realizes this too, slipping 3 State subversion trials of dissidents into the final week … Continue reading

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