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The Point: How is China treating its ethnic minorities?



Jigdrel Wangchuk from the China Tibetology Research Center joins Liu Xin for the first episode of #AskChina, a special series focusing on important subjects related to the Chinese political system.
The first edition looks at ethnic minorities living in China. How do they contribute to the larger family that we’d call “Chinese” while preserving their diversity? How has the system of regional ethnic autonomy functioned over the past seven decades?

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#wokeism #cancelculture #woke #cosmicskeptic #carefreewandering #douglasmurray #winstonmarshall #piersmorgan

Wokeism? What is it? Is it a force for good, for bad? Is it political correctness gone mad? Is it really everywhere? Or is it a red-herring? A New MccArthyism? Puritanical? Cancel Culture? Dogmatic?

This idea of being woke – of wokeism – appeared seemingly out of nowhere. Does it have a history? What’s going on under the surface? When you strip away the noise.

We’ll look at the history of the term, how its related to political correctness, ask whether it goes back further, before thinking about what I’ll describe as the broadening of the public sphere, and the cancel culture debate.

After surveying the history, I look at three quick case studies: @Carefree Wandering @CosmicSkeptic and Winston Marshall from Mumford and Sons

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Geoffrey Hughes, Political Correctness: A History of Semantics and Culture

Angela Nagel, Kill All Normies

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Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody

Natalie Coulter & Kristine Moruzi (2020): Woke girls: from TheGirl’sRealm to TeenVogue, Feminist Media Studies

Jurgen Habermas, The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere

Tom Nicholas, Whose Afraid of the Online Mob?

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How the DA can win an election (if they follow our advice).



The owners of Morning Shot chat about the abysmal state of political communication in South Africa.

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Who was Zhou Enlai? (Mao's Reluctant Enforcer)



In this video, we focus solely on Zhou Enlai, the man who (often reluctantly) enforced the will of Mao Zedong on the nation. When we think of important figures in the Chinese Communist Party we often think of names like Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping and Xi Jinping. However, in today’s video we’re covering the CCP official who actually put Mao’s ideas into detailed policies and the man who negotiated with other nations on Mao’s behalf. The life of Zhou Enlai is a fascinating one because he was once an opponent of Maoism and advoctaed that China needed Marxist-Leninist Revolution beginning from the cities. Ultimately, Mao persuaded him tha the revolution had to begin with the peasants and the two would be locked closely in a relationship until their close deaths.

In our new series, Mr. Mitchell will cover the influential figures of Communist China and surprisngly we follow on from Chiang Kai-Shek with Zhou Enlai. This video will cover the start to end of Chiang’s life but will primarily emphasise his role in shaping Modern China rather than focusing on his personal life.

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0:00-1:00 Context
1:00-3:57 Zhou joins the CCP
3:57-6:27 The rise of Zhou and Mao
6:27-10:00 Zhou in Power


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