May 08, 2022 05:00 PMPODCAST
China Stories: How China’s Biggest Academic Library Got Mired in Copyright Disputes
China National Knowledge Infrastructure fomented widespread anger among the academic community for suspected copyright abuses. Then one retired professor decided to take a stand
Please note this is an audio narration of a Caixin Global article first published on April 12, 2022.
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