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Looking and listening in Shanghai: what’s beneath the headlines and slogans?

Chris Husbands sends a China diary The trick of optical illusions is that we see what we want to see. Our preconceptions and our prejudices shape the way we process what we observe. As a result, there is nothing, perhaps,

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