China rolls back reforms
Chinese authorities ask an Associated Press cameraman to leave the area near the shopping street of Wangfujing in Beijing, late last month (Photo/AP)
China's cracking down on dissent again, prompted in part by a recent internet call for peaceful protest in a dozen cities.
One of the locations was to be Wangfujing, a Beijing shopping mall. Journalists went to see what would happen, and discovered the rules of the game had changed violently overnight.
The CBC's Anthony Germain was among them. He joined Rick from a stopover in Cairo.
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