Curated by Laura McDermott
Growing frustration with Beijing's zero-Covid policy has sparked mass protests. This deep dive explores the significance of this moment.
The Chinese dream, denied
Limitations on political freedoms in exchange for stability and economic growth; this longstanding social contract between China's government and its people is shifting, The New York Times analyzes.
China's zero-Covid protests are not Tiananmen
A new generation of Chinese dissenters might be rising to challenge Xi
The humbling of Xi Jinping