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Why China's Leaders Need to Worry About Recent Events in Iran: Twitter

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/peter-scheer/why-chinas-leaders-need-t_b_2... Why China's Leaders Need to Worry About Recent Events in Iran: Twitter Trumps the Great Firewall … Read More»

UPDATE: Euna Lee and Laura Ling Pardoned and Released

The two American journalists, Euna Lee and Laura Ling, were detained by North Korean authorities on March 17th, 2009 for illegally entering the country. The world was shocked when, in June, they were each sentenced to 12 years of hard labor. Thanks to an immense international outcry and high-level diplomacy, both journalists were pardoned by North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and released home to their families. Read More »

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Girls lets eat and do business

I spent one afternoon in Guangzhou at a food market where many young women were eating and doing business. The film is one minute long and was shot in the food market. … Read More»

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Eight Days in Guangzhou

One of the first people I met at the Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival was 范玲 Fan Ling. … Read More»

Alive

With the release of her newest album, Alive, Chinese-Mongolian singer, songwriter, and producer Sa Dingding emerges as an arresting voice in today’s China. Read More »

Founder's Pulse

New China Rising

When I close my eyes and think of China, I see images of a country rich in beauty—

I see emerald gorges, the vast prairies of inner Mongolia, the snowcapped mountains of the north, mist rising from the Yangtze river, and the huge ports and chaotic markets of Shanghai.

But there is more— Read More »

"The potential of China's women is enormous and the pace of change is unprecedented."

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Some thoughts on the Olympics and other issues

About hopes and aspirations of readers of China Monthly Magazine: … Read More»

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New China Rising

When I close my eyes and think of China, I see images of a country rich in beauty— … Read More»

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Synopsis of the photographic work

"Visions of Walabi" is the working title for a photographic project created by Josie Liming and Danny Gawlowski that depicts the Moso people of Walabi, a small mountain village in Southwest China. … Read More»

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