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Proud, Scared and Conflicted. What the China Protesters Told Me.

They went to their first demonstrations. They chanted their first protest slogans. They had their first encounters with the police.Then they went home, shivering in disbelief at how they had […]




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China Protests Over ‘Zero Covid’ Follow Months of Economic Pain

The toll of China’s unwavering approach to fighting Covid has rippled through the world’s second-largest economy for months: Youth unemployment reached a record 20 percent, corporate profits sagged, and economic […]







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Chinese Unrest Over Lockdown Upends Global Economic Outlook

The swelling protests against severe pandemic restrictions in China — the world’s second-largest economy — are injecting a new element of uncertainty and instability into the global economy when nations […]







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China Is Finally Trying to Fix Its Housing Crisis

More than a year after one of China’s biggest real estate developers began to collapse, trouble has rippled through cities across the country. Dozens of other developers have also missed […]










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Chinese Government Steps In to Help an Apple iPhone Factory

Apple’s largest iPhone factory, in the city of Zhengzhou, has been beset with production problems caused first by a Covid lockdown and then a shortage of workers. Now, that plant […]