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'Edward Wong New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'

    To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'

    Communist leaders in China are proposing new limits on media and Internet freedoms that include some of the most restrictive measures in years.

  • China tracks foreign journalists

    China tracks foreign journalists

    Western journalists have lately been tolerated in China, if grudgingly, but the spread of revolution in the Middle East has prompted the authorities here to adopt a more familiar tack: suddenly, foreign reporters are being tracked and detained in the same manner -- though hardly as roughly -- as political dissidents.On Sunday, about a dozen Europea...

  • Top Chinese artist's studio torn down

    Top Chinese artist's studio torn down

    The studio would have stood at the heart of an embryonic arts cluster on the outskirts of Shanghai, drawing luminaries from around the world. It took two years to build, and one day to tear down. The new Shanghai studio designed by Ai Weiwei, a protean artist who is one of the most outspoken critics of the Chinese Communist Party, was completely ra...

  • China flexes military muscle for US

    China flexes military muscle for US

    Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, on a mission to resuscitate moribund military relations with China, will not arrive in Beijing for talks with the nation's top military leaders until Sunday. But at an airfield in Chengdu, a metropolis in the nation's center, China's military leaders have already rolled out a welcome for him.It is the J-20, a r...

  • China extending its footprints deep into Central Asia

    China extending its footprints deep into Central Asia

    On the outskirts of this wind-scoured town, founded in 1893 as a Russian military post, the construction of a new customs compound heralds the return of another major power.When it opens this year, the sprawling new lot will accommodate much larger caravans of Chinese trucks than the existing trade depot, speeding the flow of clothing, electronics ...

  • Celebrating Eid on China's watch

    Celebrating Eid on China's watch

    Barbershop floors were littered with the remains of men's haircuts and beard-trims. Women in head scarves walked the dusty streets carrying plastic bags stuffed with food from the bazaars: melons, grapes, fried sweets, Frisbee-shaped bread, chunks of freshly butchered sheep. Children with generous parents strutted around in new clothes: suits for t...

'Edward Wong New York Times' - 6 News Result(s)

  • To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'

    To liberalisation of popular culture, China says 'enough'

    Communist leaders in China are proposing new limits on media and Internet freedoms that include some of the most restrictive measures in years.

  • China tracks foreign journalists

    China tracks foreign journalists

    Western journalists have lately been tolerated in China, if grudgingly, but the spread of revolution in the Middle East has prompted the authorities here to adopt a more familiar tack: suddenly, foreign reporters are being tracked and detained in the same manner -- though hardly as roughly -- as political dissidents.On Sunday, about a dozen Europea...

  • Top Chinese artist's studio torn down

    Top Chinese artist's studio torn down

    The studio would have stood at the heart of an embryonic arts cluster on the outskirts of Shanghai, drawing luminaries from around the world. It took two years to build, and one day to tear down. The new Shanghai studio designed by Ai Weiwei, a protean artist who is one of the most outspoken critics of the Chinese Communist Party, was completely ra...

  • China flexes military muscle for US

    China flexes military muscle for US

    Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, on a mission to resuscitate moribund military relations with China, will not arrive in Beijing for talks with the nation's top military leaders until Sunday. But at an airfield in Chengdu, a metropolis in the nation's center, China's military leaders have already rolled out a welcome for him.It is the J-20, a r...

  • China extending its footprints deep into Central Asia

    China extending its footprints deep into Central Asia

    On the outskirts of this wind-scoured town, founded in 1893 as a Russian military post, the construction of a new customs compound heralds the return of another major power.When it opens this year, the sprawling new lot will accommodate much larger caravans of Chinese trucks than the existing trade depot, speeding the flow of clothing, electronics ...

  • Celebrating Eid on China's watch

    Celebrating Eid on China's watch

    Barbershop floors were littered with the remains of men's haircuts and beard-trims. Women in head scarves walked the dusty streets carrying plastic bags stuffed with food from the bazaars: melons, grapes, fried sweets, Frisbee-shaped bread, chunks of freshly butchered sheep. Children with generous parents strutted around in new clothes: suits for t...

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