Opinion: Wukan selection in 2009 as a ‘national civilized village’ showed how the Communist Party initially responded to protests over corrupt land deals
"Wukan was a model this time not of 'sound and effective work' or solid social services, but of conflict resolution in a China plagued by social tensions at the grass roots, particularly over the thorny issue of land reclamation and appropriation," writes David Bandurski.
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