Wed, 22 Oct 14
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Hongkong Deadlock tests XiJinping’s Political Wisdom
Tue, 21 Oct 14
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Following more than three weeks of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, student leaders have for the first time held talks with representatives from the city government. Demonstrators watched the cordial two-hour debate on large screens specially erected at the main protest site. Afterwards, the government's chief negotiator (Carrie Lam) said the two sides could only agree to disagree. BBCChinese.com has more details.
Mon, 20 Oct 14
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Leaders of China's ruling Communist Party opened a highly-anticipated meeting Monday as state media emphasised the need to strengthen the country's legal system. Professor Shaojia Liu talks about how the legal system can be reformed.
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