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China Anti-Corruption Watch: Golfing is a Sin in China, and the First Steel ‘Tiger’ is Arrested

Wang Shenyang, director of the Department of Outward Investment and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce. (Screen shot/thepaper.cn)
Wang Shenyang, director of the Department of Outward Investment and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce. (Screen shot/thepaper.cn)

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  • Agricultural Bank of China branch in Haikou, China. The bank, one of China's "Big Four" lenders, has seen its bad loans balloon in recent months. (AFP/AFP/GettyImages)

    Souring Loans Weigh on China’s Big Four Banks

    A most obvious symptom of China’s ailing manufacturing sector can be gleaned from studying its banks’ balance sheets. China’s Big Four state banks provided much... Read more

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    SEC Charges Underwriter of Fraudulent Chinese Firm

    Brokerage firm Macquarie Capital allegedly cost investors millions of dollars by underwriting the public offering of a fraudulent China-based company, according to charges announced March... Read more

  • Foreign exchange traders work at North America’s first trading hub for China’s renminbi currency at BMO’s trading floor in Toronto, Canada on March 24, 2015. (The Canadian Press/Chris Young)

    Canada–China Ties Deepen With Renminbi Trading Hub

    Canada and China officially opened the first North American renminbi trading hub in Toronto on Monday, March 23, amid other initiatives that are poised to... Read more

  • The Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. on September 2, 201. (Kimihiro  Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images)

    Google Calls Out Chinese Internet Authority for Cyberattack

    A Chinese Internet authority responsible for ensuring the security of the World Wide Web compromised that security, according to search giant Google. Google announced on... Read more

  • A staff member counts money at a branch of the Bank of China (ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

    Yuan Gains Importance as Trade Currency

    Trade is good for everybody, at least according to economic theory. While it doesn’t constitute the biggest part of GDP (in 2014, the total U.S... Read more

  • Workers manufactures toys for overseas export on December 8, 2014 in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province of China. Most of the dangerous non-food products identified by a European Union agency last year were made in China, a March 23 European Commision press release says.(ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

    Chinese Products in First Place on EU Blacklist

    From flammable toys to poisonous shoes, most of the dangerous nonfood products identified by a European Union agency last year were made in China, a... Read more

  • A Chinese worker paints ceramic Smurfs at a ceramics factory in Fujian Province, China, on Dec. 7, 2014. (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

    On the Ground Data Confirms China Slowdown

    When looking at China, many people forget that official data is very unreliable, sometimes even made up, so any kind of analysis rests on very... Read more

  • The logo of Fosun International in front of the company's headquarters in Shanghai. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Fosun International, China’s Largest Holding Company, Pivots Abroad

    While most bankers were on holiday in late December 2014, a bidding war was wrapping up to acquire Club Méditerranée SA. Better known as Club... Read more

  • British Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne (L) speaks with Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture general manager Guo Liming in front of a nuclear reactor under construction at a nuclear power plant in Taishan, Guangdong province, on October 17, 2013. The Chinese regime is trying to win several contracts to build nuclear power facilities in other countries. (BOBBY YIP/AFP/Getty Images)

    Made-in-China Nuclear Power Plants Coming to a City Near You

    Two of the largest state-run nuclear power companies in China are expected to merge, which will give the Chinese regime extra power to build and... Read more

  • A person walks in front of a Yahoo sign at the company's headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif., Nov. 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

    Yahoo’s China Exit Fits Company Strategy

    Yahoo’s move to pull out of China and close an office with only 300 people doesn’t sound like a big deal. However, it proves the... Read more

  • A Yahoo logo is shown on a screen during a keynote address by Yahoo President and CEO Marissa Mayer at the 2014 International CES at The Las Vegas Hotel & Casino on January 7, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

    Yahoo Leaves China, Shuttering Beijing Office

    With the closing of its Beijing research center, Yahoo Inc. has called it a day in China. The Sunnyvale, California-based Internet giant on Wednesday told... Read more

  • A group of Chinese workers build a house in an alley in Beijing on May 24, 2014. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s Housing Crash Continues

    House prices in China can fall fast, especially around the Chinese New Year, just to quickly recover soon after. We saw this in 2011 and... Read more

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, shows the way to guests who attended the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. China, Oct. 24, 2014.  (AP Photo/Takaki Yajima)

    What Is China’s Infrastructure Bank All About?

    At the end of the day, the issues surrounding the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) are about politics, not economics. So let’s first get the... Read more

  • Founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma gestures during a speech at the National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei on March 3, 2015. (Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images)

    Amazon and Alibaba Cooperation Highlights Difference Between Two Systems

    Some people view Amazon’s move to open an online shop on Alibaba’s Tmall as a sign of defeat. In fact, while both companies could benefit,... Read more

  • Former Hong Kong legislator Martin Lee waits to give his testimony before Parliament’s foreign affairs committee on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    China’s ‘Clumsy’ Diplomacy Gives Hong Kong Democracy Advocates a Boost: Canadian MP

    OTTAWA—An “insulting” and “heavy-handed” letter from the Chinese embassy gave Hong Kong democracy advocates unexpected publicity at Parliament’s foreign affairs subcommittee Tuesday. The low-profile hearing... Read more

  • Chinese day traders chat as they sit in front of stock tickers on a board at a brokerage firm on January 22, 2015 in Beijing, China. China's economic growth has slowed to its weakest point in years to 7.4 percent. While its growth is still stronger than most world economies, China announced Tuesday a strategy to encourage domestic consumption and investment including retail spending in an effort to boost growth. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

    China Expert Explains the Country’s Chronic Problems

    No matter where you look, China is swamped with problems. The economy is a gigantic bubble and political infighting is paralyzing the regime. To some,... Read more

  • Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun speaks during a product launch on May 15, 2014, in Beijing, China. Xiaomi smartphones were found to contain spyware and unliscensed versions of Android. (ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

    New Xiaomi Mi 4 LTE Smartphones Are Sold With Spyware, Say Researchers

    The security risks found in China’s smartphones—particularly those from Xiaomi, the country’s largest smartphone maker—may tie to a deeper problem, according to recent findings from... Read more

  • Stackers and reclaimers move iron ore to rail cars at Rio Tinto's Port Dampier operations in Western Australia's Pilbara region.  (Amy Coopes/AFP/Getty Images)

    Commodities Routed as China Cuts Growth

    As China’s top economic officials announced a slower economic growth forecast, the commodities markets are bracing for another rout in 2015. Last Thursday at the... Read more

  • Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing (R) listens to his son Victor Li Tzar-kuoi during a press conference in Hong Kong, on Jan. 9, 2015. According to democracy activist Edward Chin, Asia's richest man is feeling the pressure from Beijing. (Phillipe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Democracy Activist Calls China’s Communist Party an ‘Evil Empire’

    HONG KONG—When you fight for freedom, sacrifices have to be made. Even well-to-do hedge fund managers like Edward Chin of 2047 HK Monitor are not... Read more

  • A stock investor reacts after watching share prices at a securities firm in Fuyang, China's Anhui province, on Jan. 19, 2015.      (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Chinese Economic Data Can’t Be Trusted

    Questions have been raised about about China’s economic data for years—but it’s not every day that a top Chinese audit official speaks out about the... Read more

  • China's Giant Gerbil Plague thumb

    China Uncensored: The Giant Gerbil Plague of China

    The Chinese Communist Party has a glorious history of waging war on tiny woodland creatures. In 1958, Mao Zedong launched the Four Pest Campaign as... Read more

  • Aren't you on the same team, or what? (Graham Norris/iStock/Thinkstock)

    Managers, Trust Your People: An Ancient Chinese Leadership Parable

    The Chinese have this saying: “If you doubt someone, don’t use him; if you use someone, don’t doubt him.” It could also be translated as:... Read more

  • The Chinese character 早 (zǎo) stands for morning, early, previous, or soon. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Character for Morning, Early: Zǎo (早)

    The Chinese character 早 (zǎo) as a noun stands for morning. It is formed with the character for the sun, 日 (rì), at the top... Read more

  • Three cherished lambs, presented by a farmer to his neighbour as a gesture of kindness and friendship, proved to be a solution to a sticky problem. (Derek Abbott/iStock/Thinkstock)

    Sheep Stories Impart Ancient Chinese Wisdom for Managers

    Organizations today operate in a world of uncertainty and rapid change, and weighty, new challenges that managers need to tackle are ever present and evolving... Read more

  • With all matters and concerns dealt with in a careful and thoughtful way, Meng Changjun is able to rest easy and live a peaceful and worry-free life. (Mei Hsu/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Fluffing up the Pillows for Sleep With No Worries (高枕無憂)

    The Chinese idiom “fluffing up the pillows to sleep with no worries” originates from a story about the wisdom of being prepared and having options... Read more

  • (m-imagephotography, Guo Yongfu/iStock/Thinkstock, Illustration by Epoch Times)

    A Ghost Reaps His Due: A Reincarnation Tale

    The Chinese have traditionally believed in the principle that the good are blessed with virtue and that the wicked are brought to justice. With the... Read more

  • Chinese Emperor's daily routine. (Epoch Times)

    A Day in the Life of a Chinese Emperor

    China’s last imperial dynasty, the Qing, was founded with a shock. In the 17th century, Manchurian warriors, hailing from the chilly northeast, breached the Great... Read more

  • Immigration Minister Christopher Alexander chats with other guests at Taiwan night at the Fairmont Chauteau Laurier hotel in Ottawa on Wednesday night. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    Shared Values and Soft Power

    OTTAWA—Taiwan Night 2015 is soft power at its finest, a night of food and drink in solidarity with an island democracy some fear to call... Read more

  • Falun Gong practitioners held a parade at downtown San Francisco to celebrate the new year on Feb. 28, 2015. Families of Falun Gong practitioners in China wrote online missives wishing the founder of Falun Gong a happy New Year during the Lantern Festival. (Zhou Rong/Epoch Times)

    Families of Persecuted Faith Send Their Thanks From China

    People across China took the opportunity of the traditional Lantern Festival, a time of family reunions and gatherings, to thank an inspirational figure—the founder of... Read more

  • The full moon lights up the sky on the evening of the Lantern Festival. The Chinese greeting says, "May you have good luck according to your wishes." (Sherry Hsiao/Epoch Times)

    8 Lantern Riddles to Celebrate the Chinese Lantern Festival

    The Chinese Lantern Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the first month on the Chinese lunar calendar, or March 5 in 2015, marks... Read more

  • Firecrackers and bright, colourful lanterns light up the evening as children celebrate the Lantern Festival. The Chinese greeting says, "Happy Lantern Festival." (Cindy Sheu/Epoch Times)

    The Chinese Lantern Festival Marks End of New Year Celebrations

    According to tradition, Chinese New Year celebrations continue until the Lantern Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the first month on the Chinese... Read more

  • The Chinese idiom “9 shepherds for 10 sheep” is used to describe a situation where there are too many people giving orders and not enough people to carry them out. (Zhiching Chen/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: 9 Shepherds for 10 Sheep (十羊九牧)

    The idiom “9 shepherds for 10 sheep,” which originates from a story about a senior official’s report to an ancient Chinese emperor, contains wisdom and... Read more

  • (Eric Isselee/Shutterstock)

    Why the Chinese Get Up Early

    Zhu Xi, a 12th-century scholar whose teachings and interpretations of the Confucian texts influenced many generations of Chinese, once wrote: “The essence of the day... Read more

  • Energetic lion dancers present a modern couplet. The complementary pair translate as: Praise truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance; Purify body, mind, and spirit. (Lin Weiyu/Epoch Times)

    Chinese New Year 2015: The New Year Couplets

    In regard to Chinese New Year decorations, one of the most important is the antithetical couplet posted in red on both sides of the main... Read more

  • The assassin Jing Ke ready to kick some royal butt. (Wang Shuang-K'uan/Epoch Times)

    Jing Ke: The Man Who Tried to Kill China’s First Emperor

    The last and by far most famous of assassins in Sima Qian’s chronicles is Jing Ke, the man who tried and nearly succeeded in killing... Read more

  • One of the men who had gone to help look for the lost sheep came back empty-handed and told Yangzi that there were so many forked roads that he did not know which way to follow. (Jane Ku/Epoch Times)

    Chinese Idioms: Going Astray in a Complex Situation (歧路亡羊)

    The idiom “going astray in a complex situation” originates from an ancient Chinese story about the search for a lost sheep. The central figure in... Read more

  • Shoppers watch a Chinese Lion Dance performance to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at the Bloomingdale’s flagship store on Lexington Avenue in New York City on Feb. 19, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    How to Get It Right Marketing to Chinese Luxury Consumers

    NEW YORK—High-end retailers selling luxury goods, like Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Prada, Christian Dior, Bloomingdales, Tiffany & Co., Max Mara, Macy’s, etc., have embraced... Read more

  • Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) Celebrations in Flushing, New York on Feb. 8, 2014. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

    These New Year Greeting Cards Terrify the Chinese Regime

    The Chinese regime has been keeping its lips tight about its persecution of Falun Gong. This silence likely has less to do with the brutality... Read more

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    What You Need to Know About the Year of the Sheep

    Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, marks the start of the Year of the Sheep according to the traditional Chinese calendar. It is also known as the... Read more

  • Michelangelo and Julia Roberts

    Famous People Born in the Year of the Goat

    The Chinese New Year begins on Feb. 19th. While welcoming the Year of the Goat, we say good-bye to the Year of the Horse. In... Read more

  • Danny Schechter at work in his office in Mulberry Street, New York City, 1989, during the production of the "South African Now" TV series. (Lisa Brittan)

    Danny Schechter, ‘The News Dissector,’ Stood Up for Justice Near and Far

    Danny Schechter, a writer, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and, above all, piercing analyst of the press, which earned him the rhyming sobriquet “The News Dissector” that... Read more

  • People take part in a candlelight vigil on the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests during heavy rain on June 4, 2014 in Hong Kong. (Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

    Annual Report Shows Deteriorating Human Rights Conditions in China

    If China’s communist regime has any intention of reform, its recent record, despite the official hype surrounding its anti-corruption campaign, certainly isn’t showing it. Chinese activists... Read more

  • Former Hong Kong legislator Martin Lee waits to give his testimony before Parliament’s foreign affairs committee on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    China’s ‘Clumsy’ Diplomacy Gives Hong Kong Democracy Advocates a Boost: Canadian MP

    OTTAWA—An “insulting” and “heavy-handed” letter from the Chinese embassy gave Hong Kong democracy advocates unexpected publicity at Parliament’s foreign affairs subcommittee Tuesday. The low-profile hearing... Read more

  • Washington, UNITED STATES: Falun Gong demonstartors dramatize an illegal act of paying for human organs during a protest 19 April 2006 in Washington, DC in conjuction with the visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao to the US. A team of US officials has found no evidence in northern China to support claims by the Falun Gong spiritual group that thousands of its followers have been killed and their organs harvested in concentration camps, the US government said last week. Despite such a finding, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said Washington has taken the Falun Gong's charges "seriously" and has urged the Chinese government to probe the claims. AFP PHOTO/Jim WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

    SARS Whistleblower Exposes Organ Harvesting by Chinese Military

    The Chinese doctor who made world headlines in 2003 by exposing the coverup of the deadly disease Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS, has now... Read more

  • “Mr. Wang” (an alias) stands for a photograph in Toronto, Canada, recently. As an intern doctor in China in the 1990s, Mr. Wang said he witnessed the harvesting of organs from a living person. (Yi Ling/Epoch Times)

    Former Chinese Hospital Intern Recounts a Live Organ Harvest

    TORONTO—Mr. Wang (an alias) has lived in Canada for years, but only recently came forward with a harrowing episode he experienced around two decades ago... Read more

  • An re-enactment of organ harvesting in China on Falun Gong practitioners, during a rally in Ottawa, Canada, 2008. (Epoch Times)

    Italy Censures China Organ Harvest With Senate Bill

    The Italian Senate has approved a bill that would introduce harsh penalties against individuals who knowingly traffic in human organs. In their discussion of the... Read more

  • An artist’s rendering of the National Memorial to Victims of Communism slated to be built this year. As controversy swirls over the location of the memorial, leading Chinese democracy activist Shen Xue says such a prominent spot is actually ideal. (ABSTRAKT Studio Architecture)

    Ottawa’s Victims of Communism Memorial Site Is Fitting, Says Chinese Democracy Activist

    OTTAWA—A prominent Chinese-Canadian writer and democracy activist who left China after the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 says she is disheartened over the controversy surrounding... Read more

  • Chinese police march towards Tiananmen Square in Beijing on March 1, 2013. Former director of Xiangyang City Public Security Bureau in Hubei Province, Xia Xianlu was purged from the Chinese Communist Party on Feb. 28. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Official Who Ordered Live Cremation of a Religious Believer Was Sacked for Corruption

    A Chinese official who had ordered the cremation of a 52-year-old woman while she was still alive has been purged from the Chinese Communist Party... Read more

  • Ethan Gutmann speaks at the Family In Times of Unfreedom International Conference in the Main Hall of the Wallenstein Palace, Senate of Czech Parliament, Feb. 25, 2015. (Epoch Times)

    Renowned Guests Discuss Forced Organ Harvesting at Conference in Prague

    PRAGUE—At a week-long international festival against totalitarianism that concluded in the Czech capital on Feb. 27, attendees commemorated the struggles of victims living under past... Read more

  • Alex Chow, secretary general of the Hong Kong Federation of Students, speaks at a press conference in the Central District of Hong Kong on Oct. 9, 2014. The HKFS recently confirmed that it plans on a trip to Beijing to meet top Party leaders later in the month. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Protest Leaders To Attend Human Rights Summit in Geneva

    The Facebook account of the Summit for Human Rights and Democracy, announced on Feb. 10 that Alex Chow and Lester Shum, two major figures from... Read more

  • Signage of Sina Weibo, known as China's version of Twitter, is displayed in Beijing on April 16, 2014. A popular Chinese blogger well-known for posting politically sensitive content on Weibo was abducted by Chinese authorities on Feb. 3, 2015. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    Popular Falun Gong Blogger Arrested in China

    Following an extensive history of politically sensitive posts on Chinese social media, a southern Chinese blogger and practitioner of the persecuted spiritual practice Falun Gong... Read more

  • 66 year-old Huang Qiaoqin (L) and her daughter Yin Xiaofeng. Huang went on a second trial for distributing information about Falun Gong in public, in Xuhui District Court in Shanghai on Jan. 22, 2015. (New Tang Dynasty Television)

    Trial Without Defense Adjourned after 20 Minutes, Persecution of Falun Gong Continues

    Not given a change to defend herself, a 66-year-old woman was told to plead guilty by a public prosecutor at the Xuhui District Court in... Read more

  • The White House. (Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images)

    White House Responds to Petition on Organ Harvesting in China

    Late on a Friday afternoon the White House responded to a petition submitted to their “We the People” site about 3 years ago that called... Read more

  • Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai on Dec. 11, 2014. His mansion and the Next Media building were firebombed on Jan. 12, 2015, and Hong Kong people are concerned the attacks were connected to the Chinese regime. (Yu Kong/Epoch Times)

    Violence Against Media in Hong Kong Is Seen as Tied to China

    The recent spate of violence against media companies in Hong Kong is being understood as a new round of raw intimidation by the Chinese regime,... Read more

  • Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Yonghang is paralyzed after being severely tortured since being imprisoned in prison in China since 2009. (New Tang Dynasty Television)

    Torture Paralyzes Chinese Lawyer Who Defended Falun Gong

    Wang Yonghang, winner of the Chinese Human Rights Lawyers Association’s “Ten Best Human Rights Defense Lawyers Award,” has become paralyzed below the waist as a... Read more

  • "The Politburo's Predicament," a recent report by Freedom House researcher Sarah Cook. (Teresa You/Epoch Times)

    Waiting for the ‘Backlash’ in China

    In a recent radio interview, the French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve explained why the country’s anti-terrorism forces were unable to catch the recent Charlie Hebdo... Read more

  • Police nab a pedestrian in Mong Kok, Hong Kong on Nov. 26, 2014. (Poon Cai Shu/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong: Pedestrians Allege Police Beating During Occupy Protests, Seek Redress

    In Hong Kong, two pedestrians are going through the courts to claim compensation for alleged acts of police violence towards them after a main pro-democracy... Read more

  • Du Bin tells about the crimes committed at Masanjia Labor Camp in his new book, “The Roar of Masanjia.” (Poon Zaishu/Epoch Times)

    The Story Behind a Letter From Hell

    Just before Christmas in 2012 a letter that had been smuggled into a Halloween Kit sold by K-Mart made international news. The letter, in broken... Read more

  • In this file photo, police stand guard at the Intermediate People's Court in Jinan, Shandong Province on Aug. 24, 2013. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Secret Trials Held Against Persecuted in China

    The second trial of four practitioners of Falun Gong, a traditional Chinese spiritual practice, detained after a widely publicized incident of protest nine months ago,... Read more

  • Falun Dafa practitioners hold a candlelight vigil as a peaceful protest near the Chinese Consulate in New York, on April 25, 2014. The protest is against the Chinese regime’s 15-year persecution of the practice. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Report: Persecution of Falun Gong Continues in China

    The Chinese regime’s persecution of the Falun Gong spiritual group continues. Minghui.org, a U.S.-based Falun Gong information website, which collects information directly from practitioners and... Read more

  • Pedestrians walk past the police station in Shenzhen on November 8, 2008. Cases of communist officials murdering their mistresses have also been frequently reported in China. (AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

    Murders of Mistresses Often Linked to Officials in China

    Zhao Liping, a powerful official in the Chinese province of Inner Mongolia, was recently arrested for killing his mistress in the mountains. A policeman by... Read more

  • A screenshot from the News 121 program, aired on Zhuhai Television, shows tons of clothing being imported to China, allegedly originating from landfill and hospital morgues. (Screenshot/Epoch Times)

    Looking for Used Clothes in China? Check out the Morgue

    Young Chinese are big on getting their clothes online—used designer brands offered on the consumer-to-consumer retail site Taobao can be as little as one tenth... Read more

  • Wang Huaixue holds a baby at Wang Jiayu Orphanage on July 9, 2006 in Anhui Province. Millions of official and unofficial orphans are the victims of a Chinese social system. (China Photos/Getty Images)

    China’s Caste System Results in Millions of Abandoned and Orphaned Children

    When Wei Qiang called home on March 15 and nobody answered, he was not too worried. But when nobody picked up the phone three days... Read more

  • China's Giant Gerbil Plague thumb

    China Uncensored: The Giant Gerbil Plague of China

    The Chinese Communist Party has a glorious history of waging war on tiny woodland creatures. In 1958, Mao Zedong launched the Four Pest Campaign as... Read more

  • Tents line the sides of a foot pavement beside Harcourt Road in Admiralty, Hong Kong on Feb. 28, 2015. (Larry Ong/Epoch Times)

    Occupy Hong Kong Ended Three Months Ago—But Don’t Tell These Guys

    HONG KONG—”We will be back,” pro-democracy protesters promised when police cleared their tent communities from roads in Hong Kong last December, after nearly three months... Read more

  • The worst sand storm this year hits Beijing, China, on March 28. 2015. (Weibo.com)

    Sand Storm Hits Beijing, Pollution Data Breaks Record

    The worst sand storm this year hit Beijing, China, on March 28, while the Beijing Meteorological Bureau also sent out this year’s first “Blue Alarm”... Read more

  • Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying answers questions during a press conference in Hong Kong on Oct. 16, 2014. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong’s Leader Calls on Voters to Oust the Opposition

    Hong Kong’s chief executive Leung Chun-ying has a knack for angering his constituents. At a recent investment conference, he encouraged voters to “punish” the opposition... Read more

  • Students check room numbers for the National Entrance Examination for Postgraduate at a university in Beijing on January 4, 2014. Chinese college students cheating by hiring writers to write papers for them is reportedly rampant both in mainland China and overseas. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Students Will Pay $700 for Someone to Do Their College Homework

    March is a busy season for college students—final papers are due, graduate program applications have to be filed, and seniors go job hunting. But many... Read more

  • Protestors clash with pro-government supporters in Yuen Long during a rally against parallel-goods trading on Mar. 1, 2015 in Hong Kong. (Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)

    This Is How Much Hong Kong Doesn’t Like Chinese Shoppers

    HONG KONG—There are better ways to spend a Sunday in Hong Kong than standing on cramped sidewalks, shouting at shoppers dragging suitcases, and dodging police... Read more

  • Villagers who lost land without any compensation hung banners in front of Fenglin Township government building. The banner in the front reads: "Our land was taken forcibly, our villagers were beaten, where is justice?" (Photo provided by villagers of Fenglin Town, Hubei Province)

    China High-speed Railway Project Land Grab Triggers Protest

    Over one hundred villagers protested land grabs in front of the Fenglin Township government building in China’s Hubei Province on March 11. The Chinese regime’s... Read more

  • Zhao Liping, a former deputy chairman of the Inner Mongolia Regional Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. (Screen shot)

    Former High-Level Chinese Official Is Arrested for Gruesome Murder

    Zhao Liping, a recently retired Chinese official of high rank, is being held by the police for suspected murder. The former deputy chairman of the... Read more

  • A Chinese youth plays online game in a net cafe on January 21, 2008 in Chongqing Municipality, China. (China Photos/Getty Images)

    Reuters Websites Shut Down in China

    Web users in China can no longer access news websites of Reuters as of Friday. The international news agency noted that mainland China users started... Read more

  • A screenshot from the Ice Bucket Challenge video of Chinese millionaire Chen Guangbiao in August 2014 shows him submerged in ice water. Chen admitted in early March 2015 that the bucket was halfway filled with hot water before he got in. (Youtube)

    Chinese ‘Philanthropist’ Admits to Faking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Last August, Chinese millionaire and self-styled philanthropist Chen Guangbiao posted a video of himself taking a charitable stunt to extreme levels, drawing skepticism about the... Read more

  • In this Feb. 24, 2015, file photo, Ellen Pao, right, leaves the Civic Center Courthouse along with her attorney, Therese Lawless, left, during a lunch break in her trial in San Francisco. Plaintiff Pao testified Monday, March 9, 2015, that female employees were treated disrespectfully at the firm of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and some were not even invited, when the company held a series of events. Pao also told the jury at the civil trial that she complained to management about the atmosphere at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers after learning a female colleague had complained about alleged sexual harassment. The investigator hired by the firm to investigate Pao's complaint concluded there was no gender discrimination at the firm. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

    Chinese, Americans Watch Ellen Pao’s Discrimination Case for Different Reasons

    People in China and America alike are watching Ellen Pao’s gender discrimination case against venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins in California. But they’re watching for... Read more

  • Liu Zhenya, Chairman of State Grid Corporation of China. Liu recently came clean about how much he made per month, in an attempt to show he was not corrupt. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco)

    Chinese State-Owned Execs Reveal Salaries to Ward Off Investigators

    The Communist Party’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign appears to have Chinese state-owned company executives spooked: a range of officials that head up multibillion dollar behemoths have... Read more

  • A chef slices Peking duck for diners at the Quanjude restaurant in Beijing on July 24, 2014. Chinese local officials frequently dine in restaurants with the expectation that public funding will cover their expenses. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Having Chinese Bigwigs at Your Hotel Might Be Bad for Business

    Ms. Shi Yuying ran a hotel in central China for over a decade until it went bankrupt in 2008. Business was bad, but not in... Read more

  • A Central Asian great gerbil. This rodent continues to infest large areas of western China’s Xinjiang Province despite government efforts to cull its numbers. (Sergei Gloyshev/Flickr)

    Ridiculous Ways China is Dealing With a Gerbil Plague

    Forget rats. Chinese authorities in western China’s Xinjiang Province have an infestation of over one billion great gerbils on their hands, and no method they’ve... Read more

  • Customers buy goods in an independent pharmacy in Hong Kong on Nov. 18, 2013. Ninety percent of all prescription drugs in China are overpriced, according to a Party official. (Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • A rally is held in North Point, Hong Kong, on Dec. 7 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication of the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.”
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  • On April 24, 2011, Falun Gong practitioners and human rights activists in Hong Kong held a parade to protest against the persecution of Falun Gong in China, and to commemorate the 12th anniversary of the April 25 Peaceful Appeal (This refers to April 25, 1999, when 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners held a peaceful appeal in Beijing for the release of 45 practitioners detained in Tianjin City). The large banner reads "Have you withdrawn yet?" (Epoch Times)

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  • Ms. Tian on Feb. 13, 2015 in Philadelphia. Ms. Tian was once held in a hospital in China where she believes doctors were planning on harvesting her organs. (Friends of Falun Gong)

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  • In this June 16, 2014 file photo, demonstrators chant pro-Islamic State group slogans as they carry the group's flags in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul, 225 miles (360 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad. (AP Photo, File)

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  • The White House. (Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • David Kilgour (L) with David Matas (C) and Ethan Gutmann (R), author of ‘The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem’ (Simon Gross/Epoch Times)

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  • Two doctors perform surgery in southwest China’s Chongqing, on Aug. 9, 2013. Dr. Ming Chen argues that the bi-partisan passage of House Resolution 281 would be a powerful act of moral witness, condemning organ harvesting. (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)

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