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It Just Got Harder to Make a Difference in China

It Just Got Harder to Make a Difference in China

A harsh new NGO law has foreign organizations scrambling.

The Man Who Burned His Chinese Passport

The Man Who Burned His Chinese Passport

He also disparaged Chinese students online. Now netizens are arguing — was it racism, treachery, or political dissent?

An Abandoned Daughter Returns to China

An Abandoned Daughter Returns to China

Editors Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian and David Wertime talk to Jenna Cook about how the quest to find her birth mother captivated China — and why she finally decided to write her side of the story for FP.

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‘弃女’发声:全中国倾听

中国武汉——一位四十多岁的中年妇女手捧着一块红色格子的破旧蓝布,“你见过它么?” 她问道,“你记得这块布么?" [foreignpolicy_readmore] [foreignpolicy_readmore_item link="http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/03/30/a-lost-daughter-speaks-and-all-of-china-listens-adoption/"]Read this article in English 点击查看本文英文版[/foreignpolicy_readmore_item] [foreignpolicy_readmore_item link="http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/02/04/china-one-child-policy-birth-control-population-secret-life-forbidden-child/"]My Secret Life as a Forbidden Second Child in China[/foreignpolicy_readmore_item] [foreignpolicy_readmore_item link="http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/11/10/the-real-reason-for-chinas-two-child-policy-millions-of-new-consumers/"]The Real Reason ...

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