The Billionaire Gadfly in Exile Who Stared Down Beijing

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Spread the loveTweet “We need to root out some of the robbers of this country,” Mr. Guo, referring to China, told two New York Times reporters this month at his…


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Why Send Germany a Statue of Marx? The Chinese Have Some Ideas

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Spread the loveTweet In China, “there are two completely different voices in the debate” over the statue, said Zhu Dake, a cultural commentator and professor at Tongji University in Shanghai.…


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Anbang, Chinese Company With Global Reach, Faces New Scrutiny

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Spread the loveTweetAccording to Anbang, Caixin falsely claimed that Mr. Wu had married three times and “made a series of smears and slanders against our company’s legitimate business activities.” The…


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He Tweeted About Chinese Government Corruption. Twitter Suspended His Account.

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Spread the loveTweetTwitter on Wednesday briefly suspended the account of a Chinese-born billionaire who was using the social media service to publicize allegations of corruption against top Communist Party officials.…


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Tech We’re Using: The Difficulties of Reporting When China Limits Your Internet

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Spread the loveTweetBut we are not the only ones affected. Businesses operating in China have the same problems. So do researchers, scholars and scientists, all people who need to get…


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Square Feet: Amid Delays, Hong Kong’s Ambitious Museum Plan Takes Shape

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Spread the loveTweetSome critics also wonder how much curatorial freedom M+ will be able to exert, as the Chinese government increases its sway over a former British colony that on…


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