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Five Female Activists Face Prison Terms for Standing Up Against Inequality

Five prominent members of China’s growing feminist movement are expected to be prosecuted shortly after spending the last month in jail over what can only be described as peaceful protests. Wei Tingting, Li Tingting, Zheng Churan, Wu Rongrong, and Wang … Continue reading

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Zhou Yongkang, the Mightiest Tiger Yet Taken Down by Unrelenting Xi Jinping

China’s former security chief Zhou Yongkang has became the latest “tiger”-not to mention the biggest-to fall amid Xi Jinping’s seemingly endless anti-corruption campaign. One of the most powerful people in the country up until his retirement in 2012, Zhou’s political career … Continue reading

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Sky Net Launches Amid China’s Evergrowing Anti-Corruption Campaign

China’s massive anti-corruption campaign has launched a new program, Sky Net, with the intention of reigning in suspects who have fled abroad. Thousands of people, including over 70 high ranking officials, have been prosecuted in the campaign, which began with … Continue reading

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