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Student takes on police, university as China’s #MeToo movement grows
Speaking out against sexual harassment is an uphill battle for a growing number of Chinese women who decide to do so. Qingdao, China...
Xi Jinping forever? China comes to grips with leader's power play
China is set to remove a two-term limit for its president in what observers see as an "unprecedented" reversal of its political direction...
Ending the silence: The woman trying to start China's #MeToo moment
China’s conservative culture and tight government controls over the media and civil society have so far prevented a discussion about...
'A heartbreaking place:' Beijing's migrant workers forced to leave
Beijing is driving out large numbers of migrant workers in the name of safety, and demolishing their homes and workplaces. Although they...
Trump praises Xi, blames predecessors for trade imbalance with China
Beijing (dpa) – President Donald Trump blamed past US administrations for the trade deficit with Beijing, and not the Chinese, as he...
After tough history, Chinese retirees marvel at country’s changes
After a life etched in trauma due to circumstances outside their control, many retired Chinese now enjoy relative prosperity and are...
Kim Jong Un vs the N Koreans: Who suffers most under new sanctions?
Everybody agrees the North Korea crisis is heading to a boiling point after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb on Sunday - its most...
'Who is Liu Xiaobo?' China censors all mention of Nobel laureate
The fate of ailing Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo has moved people around the world. But in his home country of China, most don't even know...
For China's labour activists, an uncertain future
China's labour activists work out of passion, with little or no pay, and expose themselves to increasingly higher risks as Beijing cracks...
In China's 'rust belt' province, shaky economy disrupts lives
China's north-eastern Liaoning province was the country's only region to slump into recession last year. A new plan to save the...
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