The main reason for Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Guangdong was not merely to send an economic signal, but more importantly to visit with military leaders.
Taiwan’s parliament passed a resolution on Dec. 11, highlighting the monitoring and possible rescue of Chinese prisoners of conscience in China.
Xi Jinping, China’s new Party head, will launch a massive “rectification” campaign in spring to root out corruption.
Xi Jinping’s visit to Shenzhen last Friday revealed clues as to what else is on the new Party leader’s mind.
Chinese communist officials have unveiled a new mandate that would indict for homicide any Tibetans who encourage or facilitate self-immolations
Large numbers of Chinese Communist Party officials are being wiretapped, causing them constant worry that their illicit activities may be exposed, an industry expert says.
A former high-level Chinese official from Sichuan Province was recently put under investigation by the Communist Party reportedly for graft, but a recent report suggests he [...]
Preliminary reports appeared on Dec. 4 that Li was put under “shuanggui,” a Soviet-era procedure of interrogation and detention of Party officials.
The Chinese Communist Party says it’s considering a new internal guideline that would prevent the more ostentatious displays of privilege that are often enjoyed by cadres
Bo Xilai became the secretary of Chongqing Municipal Committee in November 2007. At the end of 2009, Wang Hongju suddenly resigned.