China detains dozens amid crackdown on Qing Ming memorials: Report

Radio Free Asia says that police in the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi detained dozens of members of an anti-corruption campaign group after they tried to hold a public memorial for the father of President Xi Jinping. Well-wishers also scuffled with police at the Beijing home of a late, ousted premier on the traditional grave-sweeping festival over the weekend, activists said Monday. Read more



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