Issue Date: September 7, 2015
Post-Tianjin, China Exposes Its Blemishes
When two high-speed trains collided in China’s Zhejiang province in the summer of 2011, killing 40 people, Chinese authorities moved quickly to put the disaster behind them. Literally burying the news, officials ordered that the train be interred even while rescuers were still looking for survivors. Authorities also demanded that the Chinese media stop reporting on the accident.
The Chinese government has clearly adopted a different strategy regarding the . . .
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