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Tue, 21 May 13
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Podcastoftheday: 21th May 2013
Mon, 20 May 13
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BBC Chinese interviewed blind legal activist, Chen Guangcheng at London New Broadcasting House. He also answered some questions raised by BBC Chinese audiences.
Fri, 17 May 13
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Chinese blogger Murongxuecun talked to BBCChinese.com about how his weibo has been censored.
Thu, 16 May 13
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Hundreds of people took to the streets of the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming on Thursday to protest against the planned production of a chemical at a refinery, the second demonstration this month against the project. The mayor of Kunming earlier said the project will not damage the environment and peopleâs health, but his words are of no use in allaying the fears of the public. Chinaâs environmental expert Ma Jun explains why.
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