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HP Joins IBM in Selling off Server Tech to China

In this file photo, he logo of Lenovo is displayed at a computer center in Shanghai on August 19, 2010. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)
In this file photo, he logo of Lenovo is displayed at a computer center in Shanghai on August 19, 2010. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

Hewlett-Packard announced Thursday it will sell more than half of its networking and server operations to the Chinese regime. The sell-off mirrors a similar move...


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    The Met’s Chinese Fashion Exhibit Neglects 94 Percent of Chinese Fashion

    The Metropolitan Museum’s new gargantuan fashion exhibit, China: Through the Looking Glass, has its fair share of glamour-struck gawkers as well as apologists. It’s clear... Read more

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    Newly Crowned Miss World Canada Says Father Threatened in China

    Chinese security forces have moved quickly to silence newly crowned Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin, threatening her father who lives in China that if she... Read more

  • In this file photo, A China Coast Guard ship (top) and a Philippine supply boat engage in a stand off as the Philippine boat attempts to reach the Second Thomas Shoal, a remote South China Sea a reef claimed by both countries, on March 29, 2014. (Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Navy to US Surveillance Plane: ‘Leave Immediately!’

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  • People's Liberation Army Navy sailors stand on the deck of a Chinese missile frigate in Manila on April 13, 2010. The Chinese regime is holding joint naval exercises with Russia in the Mediterranean. (Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Holds Naval Exercises in Mediterranean Trade Chokepoint

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  • A Vietnamese coast guard officer takes a picture of a China Coast Guard ship in the South China Sea on May 14, 2014, off Vietnam's central coast. The Chinese regime is now defending airspace over the region. (Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Claims Airspace Over its Self-made Islands, Says it’s ‘Entitled’

    The Chinese regime is chasing away foreign aircraft over the islands it built in the South China Sea. On Thursday, its Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua... Read more

  • Police stand outside the Intermediate People's Court in Jinan, Shandong Province on Aug. 21, 2013. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Do Chinese Lawyers Bother to Defend Corrupt Officials?

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  • Sign printed with “Falun Dafa is good, Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance is good” is hanging on a tree in a city of northern China’s Jilin Province, May 2015. (Minghui.org)

    Banners Erected in Chinese Streets Show the Resilience of Faith Under Persecution

    In China, the phrases “Falun Gong is good” or “Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance” have been deemed among the most politically sensitive that can be uttered. Yet... Read more

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    Chinese Netizens Reject Party’s Claim That Children Love Communism

    Throughout over sixty years of communist rule, hundreds of millions of Chinese children have joined the Communist Youth League or Communist Young Pioneers, upon entry... Read more

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

    China Officially Lost the Most Money on Record, the Unofficial Estimates Are Even Scarier

    As with all data coming out of China, it needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Some of it is higher than reality, some... Read more

  • An Internet cafe in China on May 12, 2012. (Gou Yige/AFP/Getty Images)

    You Thought Your Cable Was Bad? Try Using China Telecom

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  • Breaking Bad's Walter White has a real world counterpart in China. (Screen shot/Youtube.com)

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  • This picture taken on November 9, 2013 shows Chinese shoppers walking past a Gucci shop in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province.  (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Gucci, Luxury Brands Sue Alibaba Over Counterfeits

    NEW YORK—Gucci and other luxury brands owned by the Paris-based Kering Group are suing Alibaba in an effort to stem the counterfeit products sold through... Read more

  • Images of China’s land reclamation activities on Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands, as of early 2015. The United States has warned that it would not respect the claims to sovereignty and territorial waters that China expects the islands to assert. (Screenshot via Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative)

    John Kerry’s Message to China Didn’t Make It Through the Censors

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  • Sanjian Village's ancient East Gate, a four-meter high stone structure, in an undated photo. (Screen shot/people.cn)

    Industrial Pollution Forces Evacuation of 600-Year-Old Chinese Village

    An ancient Chinese village that had been standing since the 14th century will be leveled and its residents evacuated by the year’s end—an outcome of... Read more

  • Zhou Yongkang, the then Chinese Communist Party Politburo Standing Committee member in charge of security at the 18th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on Nov. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

    China Uncensored: How to Blame China’s Entire Illegal Organ System on One Guy

    It was in May 2013, almost exactly two years ago, that I first predicted that Zhou Yongkang, former security czar of China, would end up... Read more

  • Australia's warship HMAS Leeuwin sails during the 2013 International Fleet Review in Sydney on October 5, 2013. Australia is considering sending navy ships to help challenge the Chinese regime's claims in the South China Sea. (Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images)

    Australia Considers Sending Warships to Counter China

    Australia may send military aircraft and ships to help the United States challenge the Chinese regime’s territorial claims in the South China Sea. The military... Read more

  • Leung Chai-yan, 23, daughter of Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying poses on the red carpet during the 2015 amfAR Hong Kong gala at Shaw Studios in Hong Kong on Mar. 14, 2015. (Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Leader CY Leung’s Daughter Claims Domestic Abuse, Threatens Walkout

    Leung Chai-yan, the daughter of Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying, says her mother abused her on social media, allegations the Chief Executive denies. In a... Read more

  • David Shambaugh, professor of political science at George Washington University. (gwu.edu)

    Global Times Responds to David Shambaugh

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  • Civic Party's Ken Tsang (R) and "Grandpa Wong" (L) pose for a picture at the "Selma" premiere in Hong Kong on Feb. 27, 2015. (Larry Ong/Epoch Times)

    ‘Glory at the End': Yellow Umbrellas Raised at ‘Selma’ Hong Kong Premiere

    HONG KONG—Five days after rapper Common sent a shout-out to the Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators during an Oscars acceptance speech, Selma opened to a full... Read more

  • Martin Lee (2nd L), the founding chairman of the Democratic Party in Hong Kong, is interviewed by the media while a protester (behind) holds up a sign of support at the main pro-democracy protest site in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong on Dec. 11, 2014. (Isaac Lawrence/AFP/Getty Images)

    Hong Kong Police Make ‘Arrest Appointments’ for More Umbrella Movement Protesters

    The Hong Kong police has scheduled “arrest appointments” for another batch of protesters who took part in last year’s pro-democracy street demonstrations on Thursday. According... Read more

  • Musicians Common and John Legend (R) address the audience after accepting the Oscar for  Best Original Song "Glory" (Selma) on stage  at the 87th Oscars Feb. 22, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)

    Bridging Selma and Hong Kong: Umbrella Movement Gets the Nod From Oscar Winner

    Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement got an unexpected but welcome call of support at the 2015 Oscars. After bagging the Academy Award for Best Original Song... Read more

  • Pro-Beijing lawmaker Regina Ip was sent flying after a qilin mascot bumped into her at Che Kung Miu temple in Hong Kong on Feb. 20, 2015. (Youtube screen shot/epochhk.com)

    A Chinese ‘Unicorn’ Mascot Sends Hong Kong Lawmaker Flying

    Unpopular pro-establishment Hong Kong lawmaker Regina Ip experienced a smashing start to the Year of the Sheep. On Friday, the second day of the Lunar... Read more

  • Tiffany Chin Tze-man speaks in Hong Kong's legislature during a public consultation session on Feb. 7, 2015. (Youtube screenshot)

    Joshua Wong’s Girlfriend Latest Hong Kong Teen Activist Facing Travel Troubles

    The girlfriend of Hong Kong’s most famous pro-democracy teen activist joined the list of Hong Kong students barred from stepping into mainland China proper on... 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)

    ‘Be Like Sheep,’ ‘Wolf’ of Hong Kong CY Leung Tells His Flock

    Hong Kong’s “wolf” just unsettled the city’s residents by asking them to take after this Lunar New Year’s zodiac animal. In a Lunar New Year... 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

  • Dealers wait on the square to buy imported milk formula from people coming from Hong Kong at Luohu Control Port in Shenzhen, south China's Guangzhou province on April 13, 2013. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    In 2014, 9,200 People Tried to Sneak 90 Tons of Baby Formula From Hong Kong

    Edited on Feb. 11. “Out of control.” That’s what a Hong Kong magistrate called the illicit transport of milk powder from the city last year... Read more

  • In this screenshot from a Chinese Central Television interview, Liu Han, former Chinese mining tycoon, is shown in prison garb. Liu was executed on Feb. 9, 2015 for committing multiple crimes including murder and gun-running. (Epoch Times)

    Chinese Mining Tycoon Executed With Associates

    Chinese millionaire Liu Han, his brother and three associates were executed on Feb. 9 for a series of charges, including murder and organized crime, according... Read more

  • Wang Qishan, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and Secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) attends the opening session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 5, 2014. A recent People's Daily article describes three tactics used by the CCDI to bring down corrupt officials. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    A Sharp Knife and an Ancient Essay, Tools for Rooting Out Corruption in China

    The Chinese regime’s corruption busters have armed themselves with a “sharp knife” and an “ancient Chinese essay” to take down Chinese officials in 2015. They... Read more

  • A plane from Chinese airline China Eastern departs from Hongqiaou Airport in Shanghai in front of the skyline on February 8, 2015. UniGroup Relocation, an international moving company, recently conducted a study showing that twice as many expatriates left China than arrived in 2014. (Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images)

    Expatriate Population in China Dwindling, Says Moving Company

    Once a popular destination for foreign employees looking to do business with over a billion consumers, China isn’t looking so hot anymore. UniGroup Relocation, an... Read more

  • Chinese Communist Party Releases Very Own Propaganda Video

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  • Chinese prostitutes wait for customers at a neighborhood brothel in Shanghai, 29 November 2006. Officials in the Chinese Communist Party and government were involved in over 700,000 extramarital affairs in 2014, according to a report by the Hong Kong magazine Chengming. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Officials Had 700,000 Extramarital Affairs in 2014, Report Says

    Officials in the Chinese Communist Party and government were involved in over 700,000 extramarital affairs in 2014, according to the regime’s internal statistics, Hong Kong’s... Read more

  • A man walks past a display of baby formula  in Hong Kong on Jan. 30, 2013. (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

    A Hong Kong Judge Just Called This Chinese Shopping Habit a ‘National Disgrace’ – and Netizens Agree

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  • A photo from March 5, 2008 showing Chinese urban enforcement officials, known as "chengguan," in action against civilians. A gang formed by Chinese students at Michigan State University that styles its after the hated chengguan was allegedly involved in a violent bar confrontation on Jan. 31, 2014. (Sina Weibo)

    Chinese Gangsters on Michigan Campus Ape Chengguans Both in Name and in Deed

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  • View of Central Hong Kong from Kowloon Aug 1, 2014. (Epoch Times)

    One Country, Two TV Systems? In China, Hong Kong Online TV Programs Face Censorship

    Hong Kong is a part of China. Its web television shows aren’t. January 2015 has come and gone, but Hong Kong broadcaster Television Broadcasts (TVB)... Read more

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    Out of Character: Brows Raised Over Chinese Script in Hong Kong Police Newsletter

    Hongkongers who read the latest police newsletter were shocked to find certain small, but potentially significant “errors.” In an article about new traffic policing equipment... Read more

  • This picture taken on November 9, 2013 shows Chinese shoppers walking past a Gucci shop in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province.  (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Gucci, Luxury Brands Sue Alibaba Over Counterfeits

    NEW YORK—Gucci and other luxury brands owned by the Paris-based Kering Group are suing Alibaba in an effort to stem the counterfeit products sold through... Read more

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    John Kerry’s Message to China Didn’t Make It Through the Censors

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  • Over 8,000 human rights activists, members of The Global Service for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, and Falun Gong practitioners, hold a rally in front of the United Nations in New York on May 15, 2015, celebrating over 200 million Chinese people who have quit the Chinese party. (Youth Ma/Epoch Times)

    8,000 in New York Rally to Support 200 Million Chinese Who Have Quit Communism

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  • Falun Dafa practitioners cross the Brooklyn Bridge from Brooklyn into Manhattan, New York, on May 13, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    From Europe to Brooklyn: Hundreds Stream Across Brooklyn Bridge for Human Rights in China

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  • The littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth conducts patrols in international waters of the South China Sea near the Spratly Islands. The patrol may be the first of many, as the U.S. considers enforcing freedom of transit in the region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Conor Minto/Released)

    US Completes Landmark Naval Patrol in Push-back Against Chinese Aggression

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  • Falun Gong practitioners create a character formation of a lotus flower and of the Chinese Characters of "Zhen-Shan-Ren" (Truth-compassion-tolerance), the principals of the practice, at Long Island City, Queens, for World Falun Dafa Day on May 13, 2015. (Larry Dai/Epoch Times)

    Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance Make Appearance in Gantry Park

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    Lost History of World War II: US Marine Reveals Truth of Japan’s Surrender to China

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  • A deactivated Titan II nuclear ICMB is at at the Titan Missile Museum in Green Valley, Ariz., on May 12, 2015. The museum is located in a preserved Titan II ICBM launch complex and is devoted to educating visitors about the Cold War and the Titan II missile's contribution as a nuclear deterrent. (Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)

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    China Uncensored: China’s Fake Segway to Buy Real Segway

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    US Chicken Trade to China Catches the Flu

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    China Uncensored: How China Is Weaponizing Your Computer With the ‘Great Cannon’

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  • 2,000 people march in a parade in Flushing, New York, on April 25, 2015, calling for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong in China and celebrating 200 million people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party since 2004. (Edward Dye/Epoch Times)

    New York Parade Marks Ongoing Changes Begun 16 Years Ago in China

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    Pink Baby Outfits From China Test Positive for Lead

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    US Victims Finally Get Paid in Toxic Chinese Drywall Case

    The payments from a manufacturer of defective Chinese drywall were released by a United States federal court to affected homeowners and their lawyers on Monday... 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

  • On Thursday, the online coding platform GitHub was the target of large-scale distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks trafficked through Baidu, China's largest search engine. (Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg)

    Anti-Censorship GitHub Pages Under DDoS Attack From China

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  • Wang Qishan, who heads up the Chinese regime's anti-corruption campaign, in Beijing, on March 5, 2014. China's state-run media recently provided a glimpse into the tactics used by Wang's investigators to arrest corrupt officials. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    China Seeks America’s Help to Catch Corrupt Officials

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  • The Columbia University campus in New York on on July 1, 2013. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    Columbia University Closes Chinese Students Group

    NEW YORK—A Chinese student group with close ties to the Chinese regime has been closed down at Columbia University for “ongoing violations,” according to a... Read more

  • U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a China-U.S, in Beijing on May 3, 2012. The Clinton Foundation, allegedly accepted $2 million in 2013 from a business tied to the Chinese regime. (Shannon Stapleton/AFP/GettyImages)

    Clinton Foundation’s China Donor Has History of Influencing US Policy on China

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  • Falun Gong practitioners carry a banner asking people to quite the Chinese Communist Party during a parade in Flushing in 2014. (Dai Bing/Epoch Times)

    Suit Defends Freedom of Religion in Flushing

    NEW YORK—Residents of Flushing, Queens, said they have endured a six-year-long nightmare on the streets of their community, and they have sued in federal court... Read more

  • In this file photo, A China Coast Guard ship (top) and a Philippine supply boat engage in a stand off as the Philippine boat attempts to reach the Second Thomas Shoal, a remote South China Sea a reef claimed by both countries, on March 29, 2014. (Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Navy to US Surveillance Plane: ‘Leave Immediately!’

    The United States has followed up on its commitment to challenge Chinese territorial claims in the South China Sea, recently flying a surveillance plane over... Read more

  • People's Liberation Army Navy sailors stand on the deck of a Chinese missile frigate in Manila on April 13, 2010. The Chinese regime is holding joint naval exercises with Russia in the Mediterranean. (Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Holds Naval Exercises in Mediterranean Trade Chokepoint

    The Chinese regime is increasing its military presence around North Africa. It is trying to acquire a military base in Djibouti in the channel between... Read more

  • A Vietnamese coast guard officer takes a picture of a China Coast Guard ship in the South China Sea on May 14, 2014, off Vietnam's central coast. The Chinese regime is now defending airspace over the region. (Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images)

    China Claims Airspace Over its Self-made Islands, Says it’s ‘Entitled’

    The Chinese regime is chasing away foreign aircraft over the islands it built in the South China Sea. On Thursday, its Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua... Read more

  • Police stand outside the Intermediate People's Court in Jinan, Shandong Province on Aug. 21, 2013. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why Do Chinese Lawyers Bother to Defend Corrupt Officials?

    The defendants can be distrustful, the job doesn’t pay, and there is practically no chance of overturning the verdict and sentence. Still, Chinese lawyers show... Read more

  • Zhou Yongkang, the then Chinese Communist Party Politburo Standing Committee member in charge of security at the 18th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on Nov. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

    China Uncensored: How to Blame China’s Entire Illegal Organ System on One Guy

    It was in May 2013, almost exactly two years ago, that I first predicted that Zhou Yongkang, former security czar of China, would end up... Read more

  • Australia's warship HMAS Leeuwin sails during the 2013 International Fleet Review in Sydney on October 5, 2013. Australia is considering sending navy ships to help challenge the Chinese regime's claims in the South China Sea. (Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images)

    Australia Considers Sending Warships to Counter China

    Australia may send military aircraft and ships to help the United States challenge the Chinese regime’s territorial claims in the South China Sea. The military... Read more

  • U.S. Soldiers undergo training on Chabelley Air Field in Djibouti on July 14, 2008. The Chinese regime wants a military base in Djibouti. (DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Samuel Rogers, U.S. Air Force)

    China Wants Its Troops Near Key US Anti-terror Base in Djibouti

    The Chinese regime is asking for either special port access or basing rights in Djibouti, which U.S. and French special operations forces use as a... Read more

  • Zhu Lichuang is a familiar face at protests supporting Chinese Communist Party political agendas overseas. Most recently he organized anti-Japanese events during Shinzo Abe’s trip to the United States. (Epoch Times)

    Familiar Chinese Agitator Is Behind Anti-Japanese Protests in the US

    During his recent week-long tour in the United States, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was met with a slew of anti-Japanese protests—many of which were... Read more

  • Members of the Chinese regime's People's Liberation Army Navy stand guard on a Navy Battleship of Wenzhou at Qingdao Port on April 22, 2009, in Qingdao of Shandong Province, China. The Chinese regime has deployed a new warship allegedly equipped with supersonic missiles. (Guang Niu/Pool/Getty Images)

    Supersonic Missiles Deployed on China’s New Warship

    The Chinese regime has commissioned a new naval ship, specialized in anti-ship warfare. Included in its arsenal is the YJ-83 supersonic missile. Supersonic missiles are... Read more

  • A man walks on Yedou Peak, the highest of Mount Wutai's five peaks at 3058 metres and known as the roof of northern China on June 24, 2009 in Shanxi province. Officials are banned from meeting at such scenic sites, according to a new directive by anti-corruption authorities. (Frederic  J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s Elite Forbidden From ‘Meeting’ at Tourist Sites

    Chinese officials, notorious for abusing their positions to get ahead in business and politics, also turn meetings and summits into vacation opportunities. On May 1,... Read more

  • A giant flower arrangement for celebrating the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China is seen at Tiananmen Square on September 30, 2014 in Beijing, China (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    How This Executive’s Fall Shows the Corruption of China’s State Firms

    When Chinese anti-corruption authorities took down the head of the state-owned enterprise Jiuquan Iron and Steel Corporation (JISCO), the firm’s exorbitant reception expenses came into... Read more

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    The Extensive Cheating That Mars China’s Military Drills

    Recent years have seen the steady increase of China’s military budget—estimates put the 2014 figure at $131 billion, compared with just $38 billion in 2003—but... Read more

  • In an April 16, 2004, file photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Yu Zhendong, right, is arrested by Chinese police. Chinese officials have gone to great lengths to avoid capture. (AP/Xinhua, Yuan Man, File)

    How Desperate Chinese Officials Try to Stave Off the Authorities

    Caught in the heated anti-graft campaign under the Chinese Communist Party’s central authorities, corrupt officials have resorted to a variety of methods to resist their investigations... Read more

  • A Chinese man walks pass the Chinese Web search giant Baidu's headoffice in Beijing on Feb. 10, 2010. (Simon Lim/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Search Engine Offs 3 Corrupt Managers

    Baidu, known as mainland China’s version of Google and Wikipedia, is getting the anti-corruption treatment. According to a May 11 report by China’s First Financial... Read more

  • Wang Qishan, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection is at the Great Hall of People on March 3, 2015. The commission is going to venture into the bowels of the Party’s apparatus. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Enters Crucial Phase

    Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign has recently reached an impasse: the trial of a powerful former security czar is delayed; the anti-corruption chief gave... Read more

  • A rocket carrying a lunar probe is launched from Xichang Satellite Launch Center on December 2, 2013, in Xichang, China. The Chinese regime is developing space weapons designed to destroy or disable satellites. (ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

    China’s Secret Space Weapons Have the Pentagon Worried

    The Pentagon has declared “China possesses the most rapidly maturing space program in the world.” Yet, the nature of recent developments has experts questioning what... Read more

  • Dong Shuzhen, a Taiwanese businesswoman with close ties to China, is an overseas representative of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Jiangxi. (Screenshot via SETN)

    ‘We’ve Been Totally Infiltrated’ Taiwanese Say in Response to Pro-China Businesswoman

    A Taiwanese businesswoman says the Kuomintang Party and the Communist Party—historically fierce rivals—should work together regardless of popular opinion—a statement that has provoked angry responses... Read more

  • Wuxi Christian Church with the words "Church of Jesus" in red, in Longwan, Wenzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province on July 15, 2014. The Zhejiang government recently announced strict regulations on displaying church crosses. (AP Photo/Didi Tang)

    Chinese Province Authorities Say Church Crosses Have to Go

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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping attend a signing ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow on May 8, 2015. (KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images)

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  • Over 8,000 human rights activists, members of The Global Service for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, and Falun Gong practitioners, hold a rally in front of the United Nations in New York on May 15, 2015, celebrating over 200 million Chinese people who have quit the Chinese party. (Youth Ma/Epoch Times)

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  • The cover of the book, "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party," by Epoch Times. The book started the "Tuidang" (Quit the Party) movement in China. (Epoch Times)

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  • ong Yi, chairperson of the Tuidang Center (L), presents a certificate to a Chinese student during a rally near the United Nations in New York on Sept. 28, 2014. Many Chinese people risk arrest for taking part in the Tuidang movement. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

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  • 2,500 people took part in a rally and a parade in Taipei to celebrate more than 100 million Chinese people who have quit the CCP on Sept. 4, 2011. (Courtesy of Tuidang.org)

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  • Falun Gong practitioners hold a banner condemning the 610 Office in a protest opposite the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., on April 21. (Minghui.org)

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  • John Nania, editor-in-chief of the English-language editions of the Epoch Times, speaking at the Nine Commentaries 10th anniversary forum in the Capitol Visitor's Center in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 3, 2014. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

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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.”
(CS Poon/Epoch Times)

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  • (L to R) Richard Fisher, John Nania, Joseph Rees, Wei Jingsheng (with interpreter and colleague Huang Ciping), Joseph Bosco, and Charles Lee, prepare to speak at a forum on the publication of the "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party" at Capitol Hill on Dec. 3. (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)

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  • Leonid Kravchuk, the first president of independent Ukraine and a former Soviet official who resigned from the communist party in 1991, speaks in an interview with NTD Television (Screenshot/NTDTV)

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  • Illustrations by "Daxiong" (pen name of Guo Jingxiong), art and composition by Luis Novaes. (Epoch Times)

    The Book That Is Changing China Is Ten Years Old

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  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

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  • Ms Liao has volunteered, helping people renounce the CCP, outside of Tsim Sha Tsui East in Hong Kong for 9 years. (Epoch Times)

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  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

    ‘I Look Forward to the CCP Gangsters’ Judgment Day!’

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  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (Epoch Times)

    ‘We want to quit from the evil 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)

    140 Million Chinese Withdraw from Embattled Communist Party

    Public resentment continues to seethe over widespread grievances of injustice and unfairness, while social unrest continues to escalate across the country. After suffering decades of... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

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  • Baiqiao Tang, chairman of China Peace, and a leading Chinese dissident, speaks at a rally calling for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong in China in front of the United Nations building in New York City on May 17, 2013. (Edward Dai/The Epoch Times)

    Chinese Quit Communist Party, Heralding a New China

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  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Selected Tuidang Statements, May 8

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its... Read more

  • The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times)

    Selected Tuidang Statements in April 2013

    Editor’s note: The Epoch Times here publishes direct translations of statements made by Chinese people in ‘renouncing’ the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its subordinate... Read more

  • Zhou Yongkang, the then Chinese Communist Party Politburo Standing Committee member in charge of security at the 18th Communist Party Congress in Beijing on Nov. 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

    China Uncensored: How to Blame China’s Entire Illegal Organ System on One Guy

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  • Doctors carry fresh organs for transplant at a hospital in Henan Province, China, on Aug. 16, 2012. (Screenshot via Sohu.com)

    Chinese Hospitals Pegged for Corruption Were Also in Illicit Organ Trade

    The vice principal of a major Chinese medical university has been put under investigation for severe violations of discipline and the law, a byword for... Read more

  • Falun Dafa practitioners hold a candlelight vigil as a peaceful protest near the Chinese Consulate in New York, on April 25, 2014. Falun Gong practitioners have peacefully exposed the persecution of their beliefs in China. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Australian Officials Condemn the Chinese Regime’s Forced Organ Transplants

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  • 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)

    Organ Sourcing in China: The Official Version

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  • A poster of the film Human Harvest depicts a meditating Falun Gong practitioner, with prices attached to her organs. (Flying Cloud Productions)

    Organ Harvest Documentary Wins Prestigious Peabody Prize

    An unflinching documentary about mass murder for profit in modern China has been granted one of the most prestigious awards in television and broadcast, the... Read more

  • Xin Ziling in an undated photograph. (Apollo Net)

    Maverick Retired Chinese Official Opens Taboo Topic

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  • Jöelle Hivonne, with European External Action Service, speaks at a recent workshop about organ harvesting in China held by the European Parliament  on April 21 in Brussels, Belgium.  (Epoch Times)

    European Parliament Wrestles With Accountability for Organ Harvesting in China

    After passing a resolution that condemned organ transplant abuses in China in late 2013, the European Parliament returned to the issue recently, with a detailed... Read more

  • Former Masters student, Jintao Liu (C) at a rally in Sydney, April 16. Beaten and tortured in a Chinese labour camp for practising Falun Gong, he recalls a police officer yelling out to the prison thugs beating him not to damage his organs. (Shar Adams/Epoch Times)

    Calls to Stop Illegal Organ Harvesting in China

    SYDNEY—Australian politicians should be more outspoken about China’s abusive organ-harvesting trade otherwise they risk being complicit in one of the worst crimes against humanity, say... Read more

  • Protesters line Fallsview Blvd. in Niagara Fall, Ontario on April 17, 2015, to protest Premier Exhibitions’ Bodies Revealed show, which displays around 100 plasticized corpses skinned to display muscles and organs. (Matthew Little/Epoch Times)

    Hundreds Protest ‘Bodies Revealed’ Exhibit of Plastinated Corpses in Niagara

    NIAGARA FALLS, Ont.—It was two-for-one to see Premier Exhibitions’ skinned and plasticized corpses in Niagara Falls on April 17, but two security guards at the... Read more

  • College girl Bian Xiaohui holds a banner that says "I want to see my father" on street on March 3, 2014. Bian and her cousin who took the photo have been detained, and went on trial on Dec. 12 being accused for "publicizing Falun Gong persecution" by putting the photo online. (Screenshot/Weibo.com)

    Chinese Woman Sentenced for Demanding to Visit Imprisoned Father

    Chinese authorities sentenced Bian Xiaohui to over three years in prison after being arrested in March 2014. She was trying to see her jailed father. Her... Read more

  • The attempted defection by former Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun (first domino) set in motion a chain of events exposing and inflaming the Communist Party’s internal strife, which has come to a head presently. The once powerful Bo Xilai (second domino) is facing criminal charges, and the man Bo was to succeed as the powerful domestic security czar, Zhou Yongkang (third domino), has been stripped of real power. (Bo and Wang—Feng Li/Getty Images; Zhou—Liu Jin/AFP/Getty Images; graphics by Vadim Berestetsky/The Epoch Times)

    Major Changes in China Will Impact Hong Kong and Japan

    On Feb. 18, 2015, Epoch Times Hong Kong branch president Ms. Guo Jun gave a speech in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Keio Plaza hotel on the current... Read more

  • Dr. Damon Noto, spokesperson for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, at a rally near the United Nations in New York on Sept. 27, 2014, calling for the end to the persecution in China. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

    China’s Horrific Live Organ Harvesting Revealed in Documentary

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  • Ge Jianxiong, a member of the standing committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, calls for the exposure of mass murder through organ harvesting. (Screen shot/Fudan Development Institute)

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  • A doctor stands over an empty Styrofoam box used for transporting human organs as part of a media event in an operation room at the Vivantes Neukoelln clinic on Sept. 28, 2012, in Berlin, Germany. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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  • Jennifer Zeng, at Washington DC, Candle Light Vigil. (NTD Television)

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  • MP Scott Reid, chair of the Canadian Parliament’s Subcommittee on International Human Rights (C), speaks with Dr. Damon Noto of Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (L) and investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann, author of “The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem,” on Oct. 21, 2014. On Feb. 2, 2015, the committee passed an amended motion to name Falun Gong as being among the prisoners of conscience subjected to forced organ harvesting in China. (Donna He/Epoch Times)

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