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  • Every component of the current Chinese experience seems to be suffered by one or the other of the protagonists-- internal exile, emigration to Hong Kong, involvement with Tibetan and Turkic "Nationalities" ie, people-- as well as love, sex, art, death, and loss.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Every component of the current Chinese experience seems to be suffered by one or the other of the protagonists-- internal exile, emigration to Hong Kong, involvement with Tibetan and Turkic "Nationalities" ie, people-- as well as love, sex, art, death, and loss.

    The Matter of China-- and a bit on Derbyshire

  • Wooed by the Bolsheviks, in the person of Commissar of Nationalities Affairs Joseph Stalin, the Muslim peoples joined the Reds and rode into battle under the memorable slogan: “For the Soviet government, for Sharia!”

    The Return

  • Wooed by the Bolsheviks, in the person of Commissar of Nationalities Affairs Joseph Stalin, the Muslim peoples joined the Reds and rode into battle under the memorable slogan: “For the Soviet government, for Sharia!”

    The Return

  • “At that time,” Nationalities Minister Nikolay Yegorov admitted, “the use of force against the Chechen leadership could have caused an explosion throughout the Northern Caucasus as well as in other parts of the country.”

    The Return

  • As the philosopher Grigory Pomerants put it: “Nationalities have turned into political parties.”

    The Return

  • A student at the Southwest University for Nationalities in Chengdu who would identify himself only by his online nickname, Break, said plans for the demonstration there were spread through online instant messaging groups but he was unclear about who had organized it.

    China Allows Rowdy Anti-Japanese Protests Over Territorial Disputes

  • “At that time,” Nationalities Minister Nikolay Yegorov admitted, “the use of force against the Chechen leadership could have caused an explosion throughout the Northern Caucasus as well as in other parts of the country.”

    The Return

  • Central University of Nationalities (in Beijing) Uighur associate professor Ilham pointed out that the 7.5 incident had been violently suppressed and Xinjiang is now under high-pressure policies now.

    Global Voices in English » China: Are syringe attacks terrorism?

  • Nationalities that had been squelched and assimilated by the russian—and then Soviet—occupiers were now bursting out.

    The Return

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