Emily Rauhala

Emily is TIME's Beijing Correspondent. She was previously Associate Editor at the magazine's Hong Kong bureau.

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Global Briefing, April 13, 2011: Kung Pao Kangeroo

Bahrain, Divided — A crackdown by the ruling Sunni government on Shi’ite protesters is eroding the social fabric of the island kingdom, finds Karen Leigh in Manama. “It’s like there’s an invisible shield between us,” one man says.

He’s No Chicken —China blogger ‘Peking Duck,’ also known as Richard Burger, blasts the Global

After Disaster, Sorrow in a Few Short Words

When an earthquake hit the Japanese town of Niigata in October 2004, Yo Yasuhara, an elderly monk, wrote these words:

It’s cold and wet/camping outdoors/aftershocks multiplying the misery

The poem, originally written in Japanese, so stirred survivors that it was carved in a memorial stone. Today, one month after the Great Tohoku …

Party Police: Cops Raid Gay Bar in Shanghai

A weekend raid at a club in Shanghai was a stark reminder of what can happen when homophobia meets the all-too-heavy hand of the law. Shanghaiist reports:

Early Sunday morning, police stormed into Q Bar in the middle of a gogo boy performance, turned the lights on, and shoved about 70 bar employees and patrons (save the foreigners)

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