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.
More from SupChina
Friday, October 21
Oct 21, 2016