Category Archives: English

Gender Awakening, Care Crisis, and Made-in-China Feminism

The online discussion event Gender Awakening, Care Crisis, and Made-in-China Feminism took place on February 6, 2021, and is part of the series China and the Left – Critical Analysis & Grassroots Activism. It is now available as a podcast. Please, click Made-in-China Feminism to get to the podcast. Continue reading

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Taiwan’s Left in the Era of Chinese-American Rivalry

The online discussion event Taiwan’s Left in the Era of Chinese-American Rivalry took place on January 23, 2021, and is part of the series China and the Left – Critical Analysis & Grassroots Activism. It is now available as a podcast. Please, click Taiwan’s Left to get to the podcast. Continue reading

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Two online discussions announced

Two more events of the online discussion series “China and the Left” were announced. Please, register for Facing the Right in the Hong Kong Movement (February 20) and for Confronting COVID-19 Racism – Asian Diaspora Organizing & Transnational Solidarity (March 6). Continue reading

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Terror Capitalism – The Enclosure of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

The online discussion event Terror Capitalism – The Enclosure of Uyghurs in Northwest China (Xinjiang) took place on January 9, 2021, and is part of the series China and the Left – Critical Analysis & Grassroots Activism. It is now available as a podcast. Please, click Terror Capitalism in Xinjiang to get to the podcast. Continue reading

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Online Discussion Series Continues

The online discussion series “China and the Left – Critical Analysis & Grassroots Activism” continues in January and February 2021. Continue reading

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Documenting Mass Protest Incidents

For several years, the Blog News Worth Knowing or Wickedonna was a major source of information on mass protests in China before the people who ran it, Lu Yuyu and Li Tingyu, were arrested in 2016. Lu Yuyu was released from prison this year, and Cao Yaxue wrote an interesting article on the project of documenting social protests in China: Documenting Mass Protest Incidents: The Extraordinary Story of Two Ordinary Chinese. Continue reading

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Webinar series by the Critical China Scholars

The Critical China Scholars have been organizing an interesting webinar series featuring left-wing perspectives on China with the next event coming up on October 28, 2020: https://criticalchinascholars.org/webinars. Continue reading

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Online Discussion Series in September 2020: China and the Left – Critical Analysis & Grassroots Activism

This online discussion series brings together activists and researchers with a left-wing perspective in order to shed more light on China’s changed role in the world as well as on the social conflicts and mobilizations in the country. It tries to instigate more direct exchanges and solidarity at the grassroots level between overseas initiatives and social struggles and activists in China. Continue reading

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Why China Is Capitalist

Eli Friedman wrote an interesting article for Spectre Journal on Why China Is Capitalist. Toward an anti-nationalist anti-imperialism. Continue reading

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Leninists in a Chinese Factory

Zhang Yueran wrote an article for the Made in China Journal website on the organizing attempts of Maoist students in the Jasic factory in Shenzhen: Leninists in a Chinese Factory. Reflections on the Jasic Labour Organising Strategy. Continue reading

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