Protest movement growing in China

Linked with Paul Jay – Canada.

Published on RealNewsNetwork (see their homepage), August 16, 2008.

Minqi Li, on Protest movements in China: “the resistance has been growing in recent years, and even by the official statistics, what they call the mass incidents has increased from something like 30,000 a year to now maybe 50,000, 60,000 a year, and that you still have many protests from the traditional-sector workers relating to issues about privatization, corruption that happened in the process of privatization” … 6.17 min.


will come: … August 17, 2008;

- China’s top: 1% control, 70% of wealth, Professor Minqi Li on Winners and losers in new China, 6.22 min, August 15, 2008;

- Prof. Minqi Li, a former political prisoner, on Confucianism, capitalism and harmony for who, 4.47 min, August 14, 2008.

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