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Piece Criticizing Mainland China Removed From Public View in Hong Kong

A politically charged art installation in Hong Kong has been cancelled amid allegations the artists misled the curator and a public arts council.

The work counted down the time until the “basic law,” which makes the city a “special administrative region,” with some independence from mainland China, expires, in 2047. 282 more words


Decapitated Churches in China’s Christian Heartland 

Christianity is Stigmatized, Feared, and Marginalized, in China as well as in the United States, because the Idea that Rights are God-Given Undermines Government Authority. 562 more words

A Subversive Message in Hong Kong Goes Up in Lights 

The city has gone to great lengths to contain protests during Mr. Zhang’s visit, but pro-democracy messages have slipped through.

BEIJING — Jason Lam reports: For more than a minute on Tuesday night, nine-digit numbers were displayed across the facade of  400 more words

Art & Culture

School Plays and "Sensitivity"

Here is another one from Tamar, about heavily censored school plays. 

Every two years we put on a school play.  They would do the performance two nights in a row. 389 more words


[VIDEO] The Hidden World of Campus Conservatives

It’s a lot more tolerant than the critics say it is, argues Claremont McKenna Prof. Jon Shields. Conservatives have to hide in the closet, “until they get tenure”. 28 more words


[VIDEO] 'Hillary's America' Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza Interviewed by Bill Whittle 

Dinesh D’Souza, the filmmaker behind 2016: Obama’s America and America: Imagine a World Without Her, has produced a new film about Hillary Clinton and the organized plunder perpetrated by the… 18 more words