Two things stand out to us when thinking about public protests in today’s People’s Republic of China (PRC). First, although it is easy for outsiders to view the PRC as having become such a tightly controlled, surveilled, and censored place that there is no room for dissent, this has never been the case — as … more
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About Jeffrey Wasserstrom
Jeffrey Wasserstrom is Chancellor's Professor of History at UC Irvine, where he also holds courtesy appointments in Law, Literary Journalism and Political Science. He often writes for newspapers and magazines as well as scholarly journals and his books include, as author, Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink (2020), and, as editor, The Oxford History of Modern China (2022).
About William Yang
William Yang is the East Asia Correspondent for Germany's international broadcaster Deutsche Welle. He writes about social and political issues in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as China's growing influence around the world.