Inside a Chinese coal city


My piece in the New York Times on Lüliang, a Shanxi coal town at the center of China's corruption crackdown. Most interesting person, I think, was Xing Libin, the (allegedly) corrupt coal baron who in a different system would probably have been a celebrated business leader and philanthropist.
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Category: New York Times, Propaganda, Urbanization, Chinese politics, Rule of Law, Environment, 
Posted by: ian
Dec 28, 2014