Xiao Qiang

Professor of Journalism, University of California-Berkeley

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Professor of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism; founder and editor of the China Digital Times, an independent Chinese news portal

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Three days of mourning are over and the  Olympic torch relay  has resumed, but the earthquake aftermath will trouble China for years to come.  More than 51,000 have died and 29,000 are…

Political Aftershocks of the Earthquake in China

Three days of mourning are over and the Olympic torch relay has resumed, but the earthquake aftermath will trouble China for years to come.  More than 51,000 have died and 29,000 are…

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