Tag Archives: People’s Daily

Where good news is disappointing and bad news is hopeful


Just a quick thought today: As I tell people in the States, when it comes to China, seemingly good news is often bad, and seemingly bad news is often good. In many cases, like increased numbers of AIDS cases, higher … Continue reading

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The end of my time in China, but not the end of Seeing Red in China


With the conclusion of the school year, I marked the end of my 5th consecutive year in China. Soon, I will be heading back to the United States and applying to graduate programs related to international development and theology. It … Continue reading

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Reform not revolution – Thoughts on the New Citizens’ Movement


Yesterday we posted Xu Zhiyong’s essay calling for a New Citizens’ Movement. Today I want to highlight a few of the aspects that make this piece especially interesting to me, and why I believe this essay lays out a realistic … Continue reading

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