Beijing Party Chief Meets With Deliverymen After Demolition Campaign Backfires
Beijing’s party chief Cai Qi seems to have gone into damage-control mode, briefly meeting with groups of migrant workers on Tuesday to stem the fallout from mass evictions ordered by the government.
Cai, the local party secretary and the de facto head of the Beijing municipal authority, first visited a dispatch center in Chaoyang district owned by SF Express, one of China’s largest courier companies. Most of the delivery workers employed in China’s big cities are out-of-towners.
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