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  • ...as described by Ramona Curry: "The film narrative opens in San Francisco's China town, where West's character is held captive as the mistress of a Chinese n
    6 KB (877 words) - 12:55, 25 July 2011
  • ...The stories are set in Central Asia -the island or peninsula of India and China.
    2 KB (228 words) - 08:37, 1 August 2011
  • ...d. In Paris, Meyerhold's two works about revolution - Tretiakov's ''Roar, China!'' and Ilia Selvinskii's ''The Second Army Commander'' - were banned by the
    2 KB (301 words) - 10:08, 3 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' China '''Source:''' Yi Chin, "Publishing in China in the Post-Mao Era," Asian Survey, June 1992, Vol. 32, No. 6 Pg. 568-582
    4 KB (646 words) - 13:45, 9 February 2012
  • ...ns. "For forty years, it has been looking coldly on the Communist Party of China which again and again repeated its bloody crackdowns on dissidents. Yet the ...sion comes at a time when Hong Kong is preparing for their 1997 union with China.
    3 KB (423 words) - 11:01, 10 August 2011
  • ...ing overseas to fight. The Battle of China oversimplifies the situation in China and did not use actual historic footage. ...rategy of retreating from Japan's invasion and buying time however many in China did not think this was a good strategy. Because of these inaccuracies it w
    2 KB (347 words) - 07:41, 29 July 2011
  • '''Location:''' China ...wer in China Ding Ling had established herself as the top female author in China. She was also a renowned feminist. She wrote various essays and edited nu
    3 KB (460 words) - 09:42, 1 August 2011
  • '''Location:''' China '''The Incident:''' Yan Lianke has had several of his novels banned in China since his first in 1994. The most notorious incident came in 2005 when his
    2 KB (333 words) - 12:17, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' China ...it won the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival it was released in China with the Cultural Revolution scene removed. <P>
    2 KB (292 words) - 14:46, 3 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' Shanghai, China ...and free expression were struck from the written record of the speech. In China's Xinjiang province, where a large Muslim population resides, references to
    2 KB (248 words) - 09:13, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' Beijing, China [[Category:China]]
    1 KB (143 words) - 13:18, 11 November 2016
  • '''Location:''' Beijing, China '''Results of Incident:''' China has placed other dissidents under house arrest and moved some outside of Be
    2 KB (205 words) - 13:58, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' China [[Category:China]]
    1 KB (176 words) - 12:31, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' China '''Results of Incident:''' The February issue was removed from sale across China. <P>
    1 KB (129 words) - 13:12, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' Guangdong, China ...ants not to fulfill the requests. This is not surprising after reviewing China's record in banning sex-related works. In 1994 the government banned a sex
    2 KB (209 words) - 09:00, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' Beijing, China [[Category:China]]
    1 KB (189 words) - 08:51, 10 February 2012
  • '''Location:''' China ...s Festival. Swastikas are illegal in Germany and viewed with suspicion in China; their representation of Buddha's heart is used by the outlawed, Chinese Bu
    1 KB (148 words) - 09:52, 10 February 2012
  • [[Category:China]]
    3 KB (359 words) - 12:58, 4 August 2011
  • '''Location:''' China, Shanghai ...dissident intellectuals such as political scientist Yan Jiaqi, who said, "China's main problem up to today has been the lack of democracy... A handful of p
    3 KB (412 words) - 13:31, 15 November 2016
  • '''Location:''' Shanghai, China ...overseas publication called ''VIP Reference'' which enabled them to bypass China's censor. Lin Hai was charged with "subverting the socialist system." <P>
    1 KB (151 words) - 13:58, 15 November 2016

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