Beijing Is Introducing Ridiculous New Rules To Deal With Security During Power Turnover
Thursday, 1 November 2012
In just nine days time, China will undergo a secretive, once in a decade leadership transition, with a buildup that has been full of scandals and tension.
The Chinese authorities are taking no chances. Around the time of the Communist Party Congress, due to begin November 8, Beijing will be going into a serious security...
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