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· July, 2012

Stories about China from July, 2012

Hong Kong: New “Red” Elementary School Curriculum Flames Concern

Under pressure from mainland China, Hong Kong's elementary schools have to start a new curriculum on "national education." Recently revealed, its module on the "China model" is full of political...

Africans in China about China in Africa

China: Cement Cones to Drive Away Homeless People

China: Happy Birthday Secretary Bo

Koumintang Army in Thailand

China: NIMBY Protest Escalated to Bloody in Western China

China: Sparking the ‘Exile is Not Freedom’ Debate

Chen Guangcheng’s case has reopened a discussion about the pros and cons of exile. Will Chen lose support and influence if he leaves China? And will the Chinese government let...

China: How Myanmar's Opening Up Differs

Chinese Investment: Boon or Bane for Southeast Asia?

The emergence of China as a global economic powerhouse is bringing tremendous benefits to its cash-strapped neighbors in Southeast Asia. But some of its investments have been mired in various...

Taiwan: Democracy with a Confucian Face?

Politicians and academics have long debated whether Confucianism is compatible with democratic and civic values. Han Han's recent visit to Taiwan, and his high admiration of culture, freedom and democracy...

China: Passengers and crew foil hijack attempt

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