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Nedostup, Rebecca. Superstitious Regimes: Religion and the Politics of Chinese Modernity. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center, 2009. xiv, 459 pp. $45.00 (cloth).

The China Beat · Blogging How the East Is Read

The China Beat · Blogging How the East Is Read
China in Africa
October 23, 2013 Bloomberg News Chinese police detained a reporter who wrote stories questioning the finances of Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co. Police in the southern city of Changsha, where Zoomlion is based, said on the department’s microblog that a Xinkuaibao reporter surnamed Chen was detained after accusations he damaged the commercial reputation of a company that wasn’t identified. One of the 15 stories Chen wrote about Zoomlion, published on May 27, accused the company of improperly accounting for sales, forcing Zoomlion to halt trading of its shares in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. The company has denied it falsified sales. EastSouthWestNorth Blog EastSouthWestNorth Blog
Inside-Out China
Modern Chinese Literature and Culture Resource Center; contemporary chinese literature; Chinese film
In February, the China Study Group Europe held a workshop in Vienna (Austria): Zur Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in China (“The condition of the working class in China”; Vienna University). Among the speakers were Theodor Bergmann (Stuttgart), Can Cui (崔粲, Hamburg), Hermann Dworczak (Vienna), Daniel Fuchs (Vienna), Rolf Geffken (Hamburg), Thomas Immervoll (Vienna), Heiko Khoo (London) and Felix Wemheuer (Vienna). The workshop was organised by the China Study Group Europe, with support of the Marx-Engels-Stiftung (Wuppertal, Germany), transform!europe and transform!at. china study group china study group