Nowadays, we can’t read about anything that is really going on with our country in the official media. Baffled and bemused, we turn to the foreign media.
China has yet to produce an opposition leader who can be to China what Nelson Mandela was to South Africa, Lech Walesa was to Poland, Kim Dae Jung was to South Korea, or Aung San Suu Kyi is to Burma—who can build a strong and united opposition party.
The elders of the Chinese Communist Party […] hold all the guns. To them, the shouts of the students were nothing more than the wailing of infants, easily stamped out.
The battleship that is June 4 is steaming farther and farther away from us, but it has inflicted a wound on our people that is very hard to erase. I only regret that I wasn’t there in person.
When they handed out the textbooks in contemporary Chinese history, I flipped eagerly to the relevant sections. I was astonished and disappointed to find the exact wording as that used by successive premiers...There was no other mention of the topic.
U.S. moves to end climate change standoff with China.
China struggles with mine safety cover-ups.
Experts split on China's role at G-20 meeting.
Security disputes may frustrate U.S.-China climate goals.