October 25, 2013
When Western Journalists Loved China’s Communists

A Shanghai exhibit on the 1930s commemorates an almost-forgotten era of foreign reporting on China, but what it leaves out is more significant.

Read more. [Image: Cea/Flickr]

When Western Journalists Loved China’s Communists

A Shanghai exhibit on the 1930s commemorates an almost-forgotten era of foreign reporting on China, but what it leaves out is more significant.
Read more. [Image: Cea/Flickr]

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