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China: Biggest crisis since Xi Jinping came to power

This picture taken with a mobile phone on April 3, 2014 shows protesters rallying against a plant producing paraxylene (PX) in front of the government headquarters in Maoming, south China's Guangdong province. Chinese police have detained 18 people over large rallies opposing a chemical plant in Maoming, state-run media reported on April 4, as locals said the protests had entered a fifth day. CHINA OUT   AFP PHOTO        (Photo credit should read STR/AFP via Getty Images)

China perspectives 2020 The following document was approved unanimously by the 4th congress of the CWI China/Hong Kong/Taiwan section held in December 2019.

Hong Kong: Go to the streets on October 1st!

Hong Kong: Go to the streets on October 1st!

Demonstrations should not require police approval – Export the Hong Kong revolution to China!

China’s hi-tech police state in Xinjiang comes under global spotlight

China’s hi-tech police state in Xinjiang comes under global spotlight

What’s behind the newfound indignation of the US and other governments over China’s repression of its Muslim minorities?

China: Deepening crisis and mass resistance

China: Deepening crisis and mass resistance

Introduction to the Commission on China at the CWI School 2018 by Pasha of Socialist Action (CWI in Hong Kong)

Xinjiang: China’s apartheid state

Xinjiang: China’s apartheid state

Crackdown on Muslim population with 100,000s sent to prison camps