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Obama Administration Warns Beijing About Covert Agents Operating in U.S.

“A fugitive is like a flying kite. Even though he is abroad, the string is held in China.”

WASHINGTON — Mark Mazzetti and Dan Levin write:  The Obama administration has delivered a warning to Beijing about the presence of Chinese government agents operating secretly in the United States to pressure prominent expatriates — some wanted in  774 more words

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Confucius says, Xi does | The Economist

TWO emerging cults are on display in Qufu, a city in eastern China where Confucius was born. One surrounds the ancient sage himself. At a temple in his honour, visitors take turns to bow and prostrate themselves before a large statue of Confucius seated on a throne. 650 more words

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Political Chill in Beijing: Xi Turns Back the Clock on Women’s Rights in China

An emboldened Beijing clamps down on civil liberties

Andrew Browne writes: Although it would be almost unthinkable today, as a political chill descends over Beijing, two decades ago close to 30,000 women from around the world converged on a muddy tent village outside the Chinese capital to… 554 more words


‘Did We Stand on the Side of Tank Man?’: An Interview with Teng Biao

Mr. Teng rose to prominence more than a decade ago for taking on civil rights, religious freedom and other cases that eventually drew the ire of Chinese authorities.  556 more words