New flu strain: The Chinese regime said that six people have been killed by a new strain of bird flu on Friday and Shanghai authorities killed thousands of pigeons being sold [...]
The Soho International Film Festival is running from April 5 to 12 at the Sunshine Cinema. The festival is in its fourth year, and has expanded its social causes film category [...]
Gate to Hell found: Scientists recently found a cave known as the “gate to hell” in ancient Greco-Roman mythology. At least three other places in the world are known by [...]
Chinese local government debt is at a worryingly high level, according to economists.
China hacking countermeasures: A provision in a new US spending bill effectively bars much of the federal government from buying information technology made by companies [...]
Recent developments in Canada’s relations with China was the topic of a forum hosted Monday by Green party leader Elizabeth May and Rev. Majed El Shafie.
The publicized arrest of one of China’s richest men reveals the criminal business environment prevailing in China.
While the Party claims to be cracking down on corruption, there’s something a tad more fundamental that could cause bigger problems on the horizon.
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 Chinese regime’s response to U.S. concerns about computer hacking is the subject of an amusing illustration.