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Chris Buckley 储百亮
New York Times reporter in China 纽约时报驻华记者
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Sep 8
“They really asked me basic questions, like: ‘Do you know her? Have you met her?’ And I’ve only met her once, at a bar in Beijing with a lot of other journalists, and I didn’t actually talk to her."
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Ching-Ching Ni Sep 8
Fearing Detention, Two Australian Correspondents Flee China The forced departures highlight souring relations and Beijing’s increasingly heavy-handed tactics to limit independent journalism. Read in Chinese
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Sep 7
"Dual circulation"? Xi Jinping's new slogan doesn't roll off the tongue. But it reveals China's game plan for a post-pandemic world.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Sep 7
“China needs to prepare for the worst-case scenario in which the U.S. seals off China in certain tech areas.” Experts say that Xi Jinping's new economic strategy aims to fireproof China's economy in turbulent times.
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Bill Bishop Aug 20
if you teach a high school or college class about China and would like free Sinocism subscriptions for your students for the duration of the course please email me and i will set you up
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 20
Thanks to and others for help with this story.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 20
“Drive the blade in.” “Scrape poison off the bone.” Chinese police officers, even state security agents, have been ordered to expose disloyalty and corruption in their ranks.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 20
“Resolutely put absolute loyalty, absolute purity and absolute dependability into action.” China’s campaign to clean up its domestic security system involves turning back to Mao’s lessons for purges.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 18
“In my own mind, I’ve long wanted to resign from the party,” she said. “Now that they’ve expelled me, I’m really happy, because at last I’ve regained my freedom.”
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 18
“In my own mind, I’ve long wanted to resign from the party,” she said. “Now that they’ve expelled me, I’m really happy, because at last I’ve regained my freedom.”
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Drew Harwell Aug 4
Incredible that could endure what she just went through and write something this beautiful so quickly: "My neighborhood looked like a picture from the wars I had seen from afar — a mouth missing all its teeth"
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 3
All this reminds me of speech Xi Jinping gave in Berlin in 2014, mentioning Chinese people's esteem for many German thinkers, including Martin Heidegger and Marcuse. "Many Chinese readers, including myself, have drawn pleasure from their works..."
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David Paulk 波大卫 Aug 3
With Chinese media loath to report on the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, 58 Tongcheng — the country’s Craigslist — has become an unofficial repository for unemployment grief. for :
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 3
If birdwatching is a hobby, what do you call people who specialize in spotting the marvelous subtleties of surveillance cameras? Chinese man gives an expert introduction.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 3
"Unlike the turmoil of the West, China is creating a miracle for the world of economic development and social stability." Related to yesterday's piece on authoritarian thinkers, People's Daily excerpting new study book on the superiority of China's system.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 3
“We ignore these voices at our own risk." A cohort of authoritarian Chinese thinkers is advancing Xi Jinping's agenda.
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Li Yuan Aug 2
“Back when I was weak, I had to totally play by your rules. Now I’m strong and have confidence,so why can’t I lay down my own rules and values and ideas?” Mr. Tian said in an interview, explaining the prevailing outlook in China. via ⁦
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 2
China's new authoritarian intellectuals take inspiration from a German thinker. And it's not Karl Marx.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 2
He was taught by liberal professors in China's most free-thinking university. Now Tian Feilong ardently defends China's national security law in Hong Kong. How a generation of Chinese intellectuals turned.
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Chris Buckley 储百亮 Aug 2
He was taught by liberal professors in China's most free-thinking university. Now Tian Feilong ardently defends China's national security law in Hong Kong. How a generation of Chinese intellectuals turned.
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