• The new working class renews the repertoire of social conflict

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  • Christine Loh, Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong

    Christine Loh, Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, 372 pp. Readers might remember the young legislator who…

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  • Christine Loh, Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong

    Christine Loh, Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, 372 pp. Readers might remember the young legislator who…

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  • The Impact of the June 4th Massacre on the pro-Democracy Movement

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  • Forbidden Memory, Unwritten History: The Difficulty of Structuring an Opposition Movement in the PRC

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  • Is Hong Kong Developing a Democratic Political Culture?

    “http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd”>           “Hong Kong will not be ready for universal suffrage until around 2022 because its people lack a sense of…

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  • Li Zhensheng, Red Color News Soldier

    The title of this work is apposite since for once, among recently published books on China, the cover reference to Mao is not unwarranted. Indeed,…

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  • Ian Buruma, Bad Elements. Chinese Rebels from Los Angeles to Beijing

    Some journalists and travellers bent on exploring like to go off the beaten track in order to discover the “real China”. Ian Buruma is one…

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  • Li Tieying, Lun Minzhu

    Reputed to be rather on the reform side in the mid-1980s, the author of this work, who is currently Chairman of the Chinese Academy of…

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  • Li Cheng, China’s Leaders

    So who will govern China in the twenty-first century? For several years now, political analysts have been fascinated by the study of the Party elite,…

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