Police Chased Out of Revolting Chinese Village

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Wukan protest leader Lin Zulian. (Photo: Newslook.com)

Manya Gupta

A land revolt in a village in southern China has been resolved peacefully. A man in the village of Wukan, in Guangdong Province, has been named the new village chief. The man, Lin Zulian, led a protest over alleged land grabs by corrupt local officials. Anchor Marco Werman talks to Michael Wines, New York Times Beijing correspondent.
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