The former chairman of PetroChina recently received a large amount of bad press, which may be a sign of disciplinary action by the new Communist Party leadership as warring [...]
Former policemen who say they were persecuted by the communist regime gathered in Beijing with other petitioners to seek redress for injustice.
When Li Sheng wanted to get a promotion at his company—a Chinese state-owned enterprise operating in Hong Kong—he told a supervisor that he wanted to “make advances [...]
Plans for a third Chinese civil nuclear power plant are underway for Chashma in Pakistan, despite China’s 2004 international agreement that it would limit further sales to [...]
The new PRC premier Li Keqiang recently made reference to the idea of “constitutionalism,” throwing his support behind new Party leader Xi Jinping.
The recently completed northernmost railroad in China cannot reach the high speeds it was designed for, after the official who oversaw its construction was found to have [...]
The Chinese regime is further allying itself with Russia and Africa as new leader Xi Jinping begins his first state visits.
Top-level officials in the Chinese regime have echoed the announcement made earlier this year that the forced labor system will be abolished.
A documentary showing a scene of a Chinese military unit appearing to launch an attack against a server in the United States was recently rebroadcast.
The Chinese regime’s response to U.S. concerns about computer hacking is the subject of an amusing illustration.