Tag Archives: Li Keqiang

Economic development matters, human rights don’t – a guide to being promoted to the top of China’s Party


With China’s latest round of promotions, we have a chance to get an updated perspective on what is valued by the CPC, instead of relying on the claims from state media that the Party is looking to improve reforms and … Continue reading

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Dr. Wang Shuping: How I Discovered the HIV Epidemic and What Happened to Me Afterwards


It isn’t new. It’s the story of how tens of thousands ofimpoverishedvillagers and hospital patients were infected with HIV through contaminated blood in mid 1990s in Henan province, China. Entire villages and families were wiped out and many lives wrecked. … Continue reading

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