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Top meeting to yield guidelines for legal reform

Top meeting to yield guidelines for legal reform

Decorative plates featuring Chinese leaders (from left to right), incumbent President Xi Jinping, Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao are seen above a row of pandas in a shop window in Beijing on Monday. Photo: AFP The fourth ... SINA, 2 days ago
Plenum to push rule of law Global Times, 3 days ago

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20 October 1935: Mao's Long March ends

Mao Zedong (centre) during the Long March By 1934, the Chinese civil war had been going for seven years. The Nationalists of Chiang Kai-Shek's Kuomintang had the upper hand, and were besieging Communist enclaves. Holed up in one, the Jianxi ...
 Money Week3 days ago Today in History: The Long March of the Red Army in China  International Business Times UK1 week ago China's New Long March through the UN Climate Summit: Context and Opportunities  WRI1 month ago

All in Mao's memory

It's a tribute to the memory of Chairman Mao Zedong when the city government of Xiangtan, Hunan province, launched a tourism campaign in Hong Kong on Thursday to promote the birthplace of the late mainland leader. Entitled "Beautiful China - A ...
 CHINAdaily6 days ago

Their deaths are as light as a feather

Repeated reports about officials committing suicide remind me of late chairman Mao Zedong's division of death into two kinds: those that weigh even heavier than a mountain and those that are as light as a feather. The suicides of most officials ...
 CHINAdaily2 weeks ago
WA Today

Sisters are doing it for themselves

Then there were four and it's probably a first for a top 100 company, to boot. Women hold up half the sky, as Mao Zedong famously put it, which Spark Infrastructure has taken to heart with the momentous decision to appoint two more women to the ...
 WA Today3 weeks ago

Delusions of comfort

The term, 'bamboo curtain', has today fallen into complete disuse. Yet, until the post- Mao Zedong succession struggle was conclusively resolved in favour of the reformist Deng Xiaoping in 1978, China was a closed society and, indeed, a mystery that professional China-watchers tried to solve with an imperfect mixture of information, ideology and conjecture.Swapan Dasgupta's piece for the Telegraph today.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Delusions of comfort  The Telegraph3 weeks ago

Xi Jinping emerges as forceful No. 1 rewriting China's power playbook

Not since the days of Mao Zedong has any one individual in China been so visible a leader or held so much control. He's changing China by scrapping 'rule by consensus' and targeting civil society. China's President Xi Jinping waits to greet Cuba's ...
 Christian Science Monitor2 weeks ago
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Going Gray

(click to enlarge) Everything under the sun is in chaos. The situation is excellent. Mao Zedong (1893 1976) Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown. Chinatown (1974) Language is conceived in sin and science is its redemption. W.V.O. Quine ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago Gold, Global Growth, & The Schism In The High Church Of Bernanke  Zero Hedge3 weeks ago
USA Today

Today in History for October 1st

Highlights of this day in history: Henry Ford's Model T car hits the market; Mao Zedong proclaims Communist China; Game One of first-ever World Series takes place; Johnny Carson begins his 'Tonight Show' run; Walt Disney World opens.
 USA Today3 weeks ago Today in History - October 16  Daily Times Nigeria1 week ago Ophthalmologist sees success with 2 books  Eye World2 weeks ago Wednesday, October 1  News.net4 weeks ago

Chinese State Media Now Put Death Toll From Xinjiang Violence at 50

A veiled Muslim Uyghur woman walks passed a statue of Mao Zedong on July 31, 2014 in Kashgar, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. Kevin Frayer—Getty Most of the dead are described as "rioters," killed in the aftermath of last week's ...
 Time3 weeks ago A Closer Look at China's Mandela: Even Mao Zedong Recognized Xinjiang Autonomy  Epoch Times3 weeks ago A Closer Look at China's Mandela: Mao Zedong Recognized Xinjiang Autonomy  Epoch Times3 weeks ago A Closer Look at China's Mandela Even Mao Zedong Recognized Xinjiang Autonomy  Big News Network3 weeks ago
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