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Jonathan Kaiman

Jonathan Kaiman

    Young and old unite behind cause
    Young and old unite behind cause
    Portraits of spiritual leaders of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution.
    E-commerce king rides 'blind tigers' to success
    E-commerce king rides 'blind tigers' to success
    The rumour spread like wildfire: was it possible that Jack Ma, one of China’s greatest success stories, was planning to leave the mainland for good?
    Film director 'violated' Chinese child policy
    Film director 'violated' Chinese child policy
    China's family planning authorities are pursuing the acclaimed film director Zhang Yimou for allegedly violating the country's one-child ­policy.
    China – guiding the world on human rights from 2014
    China – guiding the world on human rights from 2014
    China has been granted a seat on the United Nations Human Rights Council despite its record of refusing inspections by human rights monitors.
    Comrade Becks kicks off China's rescue plan
    Comrade Becks kicks off China's rescue plan
    David Beckam has stepped into a new role as the ambassador for Chinese football.
    Hydroelectric dams could threaten the 'Grand Canyon of the east'
    Hydroelectric dams could threaten the 'Grand Canyon of the east'
    Dams on the Salween River could damage ecosystems, displace people and lead to potentially catastrophic seismic events, warn environmental groups.