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· October, 2011

Stories about China from October, 2011

China: “Do you have memories from before you were kidnapped?”

A new crowd-funded documentary, Living with Dead Hearts, tells the story of the thousands of children in China who are victims of kidnapping. Through interviews with both parents and formerly...

Android Market Blocked in China

China’s famous English teacher beats his American wife

China: Support Occupy Wall Street Movement

China: The Runaway Bosses of Wenzhou City

More than 26 entrepreneurs from China's industrial city of Wenzhou have fled the country after being unable to pay debts illegally lent to them by government officials. The city's officials...

China: Zhengzhou Sex Culture Festival

Dreamwork China: The Workers of Foxconn

China: The Cost of Space Ambition

China's launch of an unmanned space station last week, says the editor of a Tokyo-based newspaper for Chinese expats, has given Japan reason to step up its contribution to the...

China: Student Interns Or Cheap Labourers?

To tackle the labour shortage emerging in China, the government has started encouraging privately run institutes to expand vocational schools. Student labourers enrolled in the so-called “factory in front, school...

China: Tourist Attractions during the National Day Holiday

China: What Lu Xun can teach us about modern-day China?

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