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Quartz
Yes, Chinese women say, dating foreign guys is “dangerous,” but not in the way Beijing saysher current boyfriend is “too young, too naive” (a reference to a 2000 press co
Yes, Chinese women say, dating foreign guys is “dangerous,” but not in the way Beijing says
Quartz / Posted 5 days ago
her current boyfriend is “too young, too naive” (a reference to a 2000 press conference in which former Chinese president Jiang Zemin criticized a reporter who asked a tough question) thanks to the “one-sided” China news he learned from western... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
House of Cadres: China gets 'Netflix' treatment with Communist mini-seriescalled Heaven Above - was screened in 1995 in an attempt to bolster an anti-cor
House of Cadres: China gets 'Netflix' treatment with Communist mini-series
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 6 days ago
called Heaven Above - was screened in 1995 in an attempt to bolster an anti-corruption campaign being led by then president Jiang Zemin, Bai Ruoyun writes in her book on the genre, Staging Corruption: Chinese Television and Politics. But until now... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
China seeks to tighten grip on religionreligious affairs conference in December of 2001, when the spectre of the Sept.
China seeks to tighten grip on religion
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
religious affairs conference in December of 2001, when the spectre of the Sept. 11 attacks loomed large, and president Jiang Zemin pledged that “religion must never be allowed when it opposes the direction of the party or the socialist system,... Read more
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World Tribune
2012: Northeast Asiaothers to escape his father’s shadow – November 1 Hu Jintao seen prevailing i
2012: Northeast Asia
World Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
others to escape his father’s shadow – November 1 Hu Jintao seen prevailing in PLA power struggle with Xi Jinping and Jiang Zemin – October 30 South Korea moves up in Security Council balance-of-power competition – October 28 Joint... Read more
10d
Phayul
Dalai Lama greets Queen Elizabeth II on her 90th Birthdayson, Prince of Wales. In solidarity, Prince Charles had skipped state banquets
Dalai Lama greets Queen Elizabeth II on her 90th Birthday
Phayul / Posted 10 days ago
son, Prince of Wales. In solidarity, Prince Charles had skipped state banquets organized by the queen in honor of Chinese Presidents, Jiang Zemin in 1991 and Xi Jinping in 2015. He had also skipped the opening ceremony of 2008 Olympics in Be... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Story of cities #25: Shannon – a tiny Irish town inspires China’s economic boomcourses on how to develop free zones were also organised in Shannon, attended b
Story of cities #25: Shannon – a tiny Irish town inspires China’s economic boom
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
courses on how to develop free zones were also organised in Shannon, attended by representatives from dozens of countries. Jiang Zemin, who would later become China’s president, visited as a junior customs official in 1980 and took a three-week... Read more
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WA Today
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi JiangPapi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of aut
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi Jiang
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
Papi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of authorities was her impression of former leader Jiang Zemin, replete with large glasses. Her other sketches also often include cutting parodies of Chinese society, such as... Read more
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Canberra Times
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi JiangPapi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of aut
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi Jiang
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
Papi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of authorities was her impression of former leader Jiang Zemin, replete with large glasses. Her other sketches also often include cutting parodies of Chinese society, such as... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi JiangPapi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of aut
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi Jiang
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 days ago
Papi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of authorities was her impression of former leader Jiang Zemin, replete with large glasses. Her other sketches also often include cutting parodies of Chinese society, such as... Read more
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The Age
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi JiangPapi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of aut
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi Jiang
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Papi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of authorities was her impression of former leader Jiang Zemin, replete with large glasses. Her other sketches also often include cutting parodies of Chinese society, such as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi JiangPapi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of aut
China's censors crack down on popular internet personality Papi Jiang
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Papi Jiang speculated on social media that the real reason she fell foul of authorities was her impression of former leader Jiang Zemin, replete with large glasses. Her other sketches also often include cutting parodies of Chinese society, such as... Read more
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The New Yorker
China’s Editor Provocateurwould China’s newspapers, radio, and television be permitted to become a battle
China’s Editor Provocateur
The New Yorker / Posted 14 days ago
would China’s newspapers, radio, and television be permitted to become a battle front for bourgeois liberalism,” President Jiang Zemin vowed, according to internal Party documents collected by Anne-Marie Brady, a specialist on Chinese media at the... Read more
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Canberra Times
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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Brisbane Times
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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The Age
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
The Age / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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WA Today
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
WA Today / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
9 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
9 related stories
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Namibia Economist
Chairman of everythingAustralian academic, puts it, Mr Xi is China’s “COE”, or chairman of everything
Chairman of everything
Namibia Economist / Posted a month ago
Australian academic, puts it, Mr Xi is China’s “COE”, or chairman of everything. Like his two predecessors, Hu Jintao and Jiang Zemin, Mr Xi is head of the party, commander-in-chief of the armed forces and head of state. But he has also acquired a... Read more
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Manning River Times
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Manning River Times / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
9 related stories
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Daily Liberal
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
9 related stories
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The Courier
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
The Courier / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is mu
China's crackdown: 'If you are strong, you don't have to worry about criticism from anybody.'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a month ago
politics expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, says. "Xi Jinping is much more powerful than Hu Jintao or even Jiang Zemin [were] yet they never showed this kind of paranoia. "His power is based on fear." Liberal-minded elements... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Yamamoto: Mugabe’s incredible Japan follyAs a result, Mr. Mugabe’s invite must be seen in this light. China started to
Yamamoto: Mugabe’s incredible Japan folly
New Zimbabwe / Posted a month ago
As a result, Mr. Mugabe’s invite must be seen in this light. China started to actively court Africa in 2002 when Mr. Jiang Zemin pushed for the Forum on China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). Prior to that, it had engaged in construction and... Read more

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