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Thousands protest in the streets of Wukan after elected village chief 'confesses' to taking bribes

6 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

"We want to show the world what is happening in Wukan. How on earth is it possible for them to arrest Lin in the middle of the night?" [ more › ]

Writing China: Law, Land and Power

The memory of the gunboats that pried the country open to the outside world lingers, forging the narrative that China underwent a century of humiliation in the last century.

Stimulating: Chinese Premier’s Bank Visit Stirs Talk of Easing

Is China on the verge of a new round of monetary easing? To some, a recent visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to the country’s central bank and a big state-lender seemed to signal so.

Historical Shanghai Street Faces Uncertain Future

Jinling Road, marked by verandas that shield its sidewalks and display windows of violins and pianos, is a distinctly historical street in modern Shanghai. Now there are questions about its future.

What's on Today: Flea market, food, PRIDE, theatre and music

Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]

Bad news, China: Hot drinks may cause cancer

Looks like we'll be drinking cool water again this summer. [ more › ]

Makers of Chinese animated film 'Autobots' are being sued for ripping off Pixar

The filmmaker is confident that the lawsuit won't get in the way of making a sequel. [ more › ]

Skepticism in China After Wukan Confession

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‘China’s Offensive in Europe;’ Is There a Master Plan in Beijing?

In their book “China’s Offensive in Europe,” Philippe Le Corre and Alain Sepulchre analyze China’s rapidly expanding footprint on the continent, and what it means in global terms.

Chinese Children Dizzied by ‘Toxic Tracks’

From awkward-fitting uniforms to being picked last for teams, students around the world have gripes about gym class. But in China, such complaints have taken on a very particular nature, with some saying that school running tracks give them headaches and bloody noses.

What's on Today: Art, PRIDE, cabaret, quiz night and comedy

Where to go, what to do today in Shanghai. Read on for Shanghaiist's picks. [ more › ]

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