China’s state owned banks’ risky credit practices endanger economic health, while their unprincipled business practices bring big profits, but harm customers and borrowers.
The military budget of the People’s Republic of China continues to shoot upward, in part reflecting the costs the CCP’s leaders must pay for control of the armed forces.
Trade with China’s one-party state is problematic, says David Kilgour.
The collapse of the Chinese regime is inevitable, but Xi Jinping is certainly not the equivalent of a Gorbachev.
A senior Chinese propaganda official was removed from his post shortly after his jilted mistress posted a detailed account of their affair online.
The deputy chief of the Guangzhou public security bureau killed himself on the evening of Jan. 8.
Politburo member Li Jianguo has been accused of favoring a nephew in previous years, news that comes out at a time when the new Party chief Xi Jinping is on a high-profile [...]
A Calgary grandmother is calling on Canada to save her young grandson, who is being harassed by authorities in China.
Fraudulent emails meant to discredit Falun Gong adherents in Alberta are being sent to various government officials in the third targeted email hoax in as many years.
Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin each had their reasons for keeping their positions in the CMC when they were otherwise retired.