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China Newsletter (Issue 83 – April 1, 2021)

Subscribed? Check “update your preferences” at the bottom of this newsletter China Newsletter What China Is Reading Issue 83 – April 1, 2021 Reader Feedbacks to China Newsletter to improve our China Newsletter! In This Issue The articles shared here do not necessarily reflect the views of China Newsletter or Dialogue China. All articles sourced from WeChat public accounts unless otherwise noted.I. Editorial 1. The Hong Kong Problem and “De-Deng[Xiaoping]ization” II. Policy 2. From “Bodily Rights” in the Civil Code to Human Rights […]

China Newsletter (Issue 84 – April 15, 2021)

Subscribed? Check “update your preferences” at the bottom of this newsletter China Newsletter What China Is Reading Issue 84 – April 15, 2021 Reader Feedbacks to China Newsletter to improve our China Newsletter! In This Issue The articles shared here do not necessarily reflect the views of China Newsletter or Dialogue China. All articles sourced from WeChat public accounts unless otherwise noted.I. Editorial 1. A Boycott of the Olympics is a Boycott of Xi Jinping II. Policy 2. Unusual Hebei Province Epidemic Outbreak […]

China Newsletter (Issue 81 – March 1, 2021)

Subscribed? Check “update your preferences” at the bottom of this newsletter China Newsletter What China Is Reading Issue 81 – March 1, 2021 Reader Feedbacks to China Newsletter to improve our China Newsletter! In This Issue The articles shared here do not necessarily reflect the views of China Newsletter or Dialogue China. All articles sourced from WeChat public accounts unless otherwise noted.I. Editorial 1. Beijing Continues to Provoke New U.S. Administration II. Policy 2. The Causes of “Fragmentation of Emergency Management” and its Dissolution […]

China Newsletter (Issue 82 – March 15, 2021)

Subscribed? Check “update your preferences” at the bottom of this newsletter China Newsletter What China Is Reading Issue 82 – March 15, 2021 Reader Feedbacks to China Newsletter to improve our China Newsletter! In This Issue The articles shared here do not necessarily reflect the views of China Newsletter or Dialogue China. All articles sourced from WeChat public accounts unless otherwise noted.I. Editorial 1. Accountability is the Best Historical Memory II. Policy 2. Break the “Paper-Centric” Tradition? Chinese University of Hong Kong Professor: “Vested […]

China bans foreign teaching materials in public schools

By Eric Cheung, CNN   Hong Kong (CNN)China has announced a ban on foreign teaching materials like textbooks and classic novels in all public primary and secondary schools — a move experts say is an attempt to tighten ideological control of students across the country. The guideline, published by the Ministry of Education on Tuesday, stated classrooms must feature teaching materials that “insist on the guiding principles of Marxism and reflect the Chinese style.” . “All primary and secondary school […]