Tag Archives: Wenzhou

The Road Home Is 22 Years Long


An exile returns to his 86-year-old mother and family. In the morning of November 27, 2012, after tweeting “Good morning, tweeps!” to his friends on Twitter, Mr. Wu Renhua (吴仁华), a resident of Los Angeles, boarded a plane to China. … Continue reading

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High-speed Railway Collapse in Hubei – A tragedy averted by luck


Around 1 p.m. this afternoon People’s Daily reported that a 300 meter section of high-speed railway collapsed in Hubei province, possibly because of heavy rains. As far as I can tell from the media reports, no one was injured or killed … Continue reading

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Top stories of the week 11/21-11/27


Caging a Monster by Murong Xuecun is one of the most compelling cases I have seen made about the state of modern China, and what needs to be done to save it. Make sure you read this. Insight: Tibetans in China … Continue reading

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