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This is the keynote presentation as part of “Jasic Conflagration: Assessing the State of Labor Politics in China”, a symposium organized by the HKU-Cornell Global China Program on Labor and Migration. The symposium features speakers reflecting on how the incident has implicated so many social actors - students, feminists, leftists, NGOs, and lawyers - and to think about what this case reveals about shifting politics in the Xi era.
Introductory remarks by Eli Friedman, Associate Professor of International and Comparative LaborPresenters: Pun Ngai & Sophie Chen