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A decade after his death, China's forgotten economic reformer will finally receive a proper burial
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A decade after his death, China's forgotten economic reformer ...

The ashes of former Chinese general secretary Zhao Ziyang—a reformist leader best known for supporting Tiananmen pro-democracy protesters in 1989—are finally being laid to rest. Aftera decadeof arguingwith Zhao's relatives over where to bury his ... Quartz, 2 weeks ago

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Zhao Ziyang to be Laid to Rest, Ten Years After Death...

Ten years after the death of former Premier Zhao Ziyang, authorities have agreed with his family to allow his burial , though a location for his final resting place has not yet been determined. Verna Yu reports for the South China Morning Post: ...
 China Digital Times2 weeks ago Zhao Ziyang, Late Party Leader and Tiananmen Liberal, to be Buried 10 Years After Death  Epoch Times3 weeks ago

Yanhuang Chunqiu still pushing Zhao Ziyang's legacy unfettered

A screen capture of the Yanhuangchunqiu website. (Internet photo) In its latest issue, Yanhuang Chunqiu, a monthly publication renowned for its outspoken political content, recently published a number of articles commemorating Zhao Ziyang, the ...
 Want China Times1 month ago
Radio Free Asia

China Detains Activist Demanding Rehabilitation of Zhao Ziyang

Authorities in the Chinese capital have detained a political activist who called publicly for the rehabilitation of late ousted reform-minded premier Zhao Ziyang, fellow activists said on Tuesday. Veteran Beijing-based activist Li Jinping, who has ...
 Radio Free Asia1 month ago

Beijing mulls banning streets named after national leaders

Pedestrians run in the rain on Ziyang Road in Wuhan, Aug. 2009. (Photo/Xinhua) Peking University has drafted place-naming guidelines for Beijing which ban the use of the names of national leaders. The draft guidelines also demand "respect for ...
 Want China Times2 months ago
Radio Free Asia

Maverick Retired Chinese Official Opens Taboo Topic

A former Chinese defense official recently condemned the persecution of the Chinese spiritual discipline Falun Gong, one of the most politically sensitive and highly censored topics in the country. Falun Gong, the traditional Chinese spiritual ...
 Epoch Times4 days ago Gao Yu Not at Fault For Airing 'Taboos': Former Top Chinese Official  Radio Free Asia1 week ago
Irish Times

Latest news : Chinese president Xi Jinping clamps down on golf

Volvo China Open starts on Wednesday amidst government crack-down on the sport Former construction worker Wen - Yi Huang came tied for fourth in the Shenzhen International. Photograph: Getty Austin Ramzy Topics: Sport Golf More Topics Tue, Apr 21, ...
 Irish Times6 days ago China's anti corruption drive hits the sport for millionaires  Malay Mail1 week ago China Cracks Down on the 'Sport for Millionaires'  NDTV1 week ago China's Crackdown on Corruption Targets Those Who Like to Tee Off  NDTV1 week ago

Human Rights Dialogue should Not Remain at Rhetoric Level between the Government - UK-China HR Dialogue in 2015

Briefing: UK-China Human Rights Dialogue in 2015 On the occasion of the upcoming UK-China human rights dialogue on 21 and 22 April 2015, I want to highlight a number of key concerns and make a list of recommendations. Key concerns: Example: Liu ...
 Amnesty International UK1 week ago Briefing: UK-China Human Rights Dialogue  Amnesty International UK1 week ago
Oman Observer

Journalist gets 7-year jail over state secrets

BEIJING: Veteran Chinese journalist Gao Yu was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for leaking state secrets, a Beijing court ruled. A regular contributor to German broadcaster Deutsche Welle, 71-year-old Gao was detained by police in Beijing in ...
 Oman Observer1 week ago Gao Yu Sentenced to Seven Years Over State Secrets  China Digital Times1 week ago

Early Modern Humans and Morphological Variation in Southeast Asia: Fossil Evidence from Tam Pa Ling, Laos

Abstract Little is known about the timing of modern human emergence and occupation in Eastern Eurasia. However a rapid migration out of Africa into Southeast Asia by at least 60 ka is supported by archaeological, paleogenetic and ...
 Plosone.org2 weeks ago
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