While its use is virtual, the popularity of niguo, translated as "your country", reflects a very real sense of dissatisfaction. Photo: NYT

It's your country, not mine: China's new language of discontent

Joshua Eisenman says the use of a potent new phrase is a way for Chinese to express discontent and distance themselves from Beijing's policies

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While its use is virtual, the popularity of niguo, translated as "your country", reflects a very real sense of dissatisfaction. Photo: NYT
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