China’s rotten regime

By Rebecca Macfie In Economy, Politics

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10th November, 2012
Mark Kitto pronounced very publicly in September that he had fallen out of love with China and was leaving his adopted homeland of 16 years, taking his Chinese wife, Joanna Wu, and their two children, Isabel and Tristan, with him. In a long essay in Prospect magazine (bitly.com/NkYEc3), Kitto painted a dark picture of a country that was no longer the place he became entranced with when he first lived there as a student in the mid-1980s. The pursuit of money and material advancement had replaced community values, and traditional family culture ...

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