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Eat the Buddha by Barbara Demick review – voices from a forbidden culture
A detailed, vivid – and rare – portrait of the Tibetans struggling as their way of life is eroded by Beijing

Tania Branigan

23, Aug, 2020 @6:00 AM

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How Hong Kong caught fire: the story of a radical uprising
The long read: Hong Kong used to be seen as cautious, pragmatic and materialistic. But in the past year, an increasingly bold protest movement has transformed the city. Now, as Beijing tightens its grip, how much longer can the movement survive?

Tania Branigan and Lily Kuo

09, Jun, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Hong Kong protests: calls grow to give citizens right to live and work in UK
Campaigners say it is time to extend the right of abode previously denied to British National (Overseas) passport holders

Tania Branigan

02, Sep, 2019 @12:45 AM

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How far will China go to stamp out Hong Kong protests?
Fears of Tiananmen-style crackdown as regional officials’ tactics only serve to fuel unrest

Tania Branigan

01, Sep, 2019 @1:30 PM

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Reporting on Hong Kong: 'What will happen to this wonderful city?'
The Guardian journalists who worked on the ground and from afar to report on the unrest in Hong Kong explain the particular challenges this story has presented

Lily Kuo, Guardian reporter and Tania Branigan

31, Aug, 2019 @7:30 AM

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Joshua Wong predicted Hong Kong crackdown in interview before arrest
Pro-democracy figure said protesters must keep up the fight or outcome will be ‘unimaginable’

Tania Branigan in Hong Kong

30, Aug, 2019 @7:35 AM

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Cathay denounced for firing Hong Kong staff after pressure from China
City also sees separate rally against alleged sexual violence by police against participants in protest movement

Tania Branigan and Erin Hale in Hong Kong

28, Aug, 2019 @2:31 PM

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Sorry, chaps, but denial won’t fix the gender pay gap | Tania Branigan
There are many ways to tackle pay inequality – but trying to explain the problem away is not one of them, says Tania Branigan, a Guardian leader writer

Tania Branigan

24, Mar, 2018 @6:00 AM

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Has North Korea’s week at the Winter Olympics diminished the nuclear threat?
Kim Jong-un’s decision to send his sister Kim Yo-jong and a 200-strong cheerleading squad to the Winter Olympics has been seized upon by some as a sign of North Korea coming in from the cold to seek peace and even reunification. But are there really grounds for such optimism?

Tania Branigan

14, Feb, 2018 @5:04 PM

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Hong Kong democracy activists urge UK to release unseen files
Foreign Office still holding back tens of thousands of files now eligible for release after 20 years

Tania Branigan

04, Feb, 2018 @2:22 PM

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Robert Mugabe’s lucky break: he had Grace to act as lightning rod | Tania Branigan
Many draw parallels between the deposed first lady of Zimbabwe and Madame Mao. Both were largely damned for the sins of their husbands, says Guardian leader writer Tania Branigan

Tania Branigan

23, Nov, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Xi Jinping: has China’s strongman forgotten the perils of power?
His suffering as a teenager under the excesses of Maoism has not stopped the president pursuing unassailable authority

Tania Branigan

24, Oct, 2017 @10:49 PM

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