By Zhao Chu Published: June 18, 2013 It is a zero-sum game between the economic operation of the power players and the people waking up to claim their civil rights. May 4th in China is Youth Day. This May, several cities saw environmental protests that have become common over the last few years: some residents in Kunming marched to protest the Anning PX (paraxylene) Project, Chengdu […]
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