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China has New Drugs ‘Waiting’ to Dodge US Regulations

A collection of synthetic cannabis product lay on the counter on May 7, 2014, in a store in Auckland, New Zealand. Legislators around the world are trying to find ways to regulate synthetic drugs. (Jason Oxenham/Getty Images)
A collection of synthetic cannabis product lay on the counter on May 7, 2014, in a store in Auckland, New Zealand. Legislators around the world are trying to find ways to regulate synthetic drugs. (Jason Oxenham/Getty Images)

There may be more to synthetic drugs than meets the eye. The ever-changing substances with unpredictable dosages and effects are being churned out by factories,...

  • Three China experts testify before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission on Feb. 18. (L to R) Richard D. Fisher, Jr., senior fellow, Asian Military Affairs, International Assessment and Strategy Center, Alexandria, Va.; Dr. Roger Handberg, Department of Political Science, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Fla.; and Dr. Phillip Saunders, distinguished research fellow, National Defense University, Washington, D.C. (Gary Feuerberg/ Epoch Times)

    China’s Space Program Dominated by Chinese Military

    WASHINGTON—The Chinese space program is driven by military objectives, and is part of an effort to displace the United States from its role of global... Read more

  • 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)

    Chinese Refugee Once ‘Kept Like an Animal For Harvest’

    Ms. Tian, a 71-year-old political asylee from China, once spent a week tied to a hospital bed, silently wondering every day whether that day would... Read more

  • A man walks past Lenovo advertising at a computer centre in Hong Kong on August 14, 2014. (Dale de la Rey/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s Lenovo to Remove Suspicious App but Denies It’s a Backdoor

    The Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo said Thursday it will no longer pre-install on its devices the Superfish adware that has been denounced by cyber-security experts... Read more

  • Li Huanjun in handcuffs is in a detention facility in Beijing, 2012. (Screenshot via

    Stubborn Web Wizards in North Carolina Defeat China’s Censorship

    Li Huanjun, a former primary school teacher in Beijing, began circumventing China’s Internet restrictions sometime in 2011—not long after she found herself standing on the... Read more

  • 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

    They descend upon defenseless hawkers and destitute street urchins with brutal force. Their fists know no bounds. China’s answer to the the nation’s rapidly-growing urban... Read more

  • A Chinese honor guard at the Defense Ministry in March 22, 2007 Beijing. A Pentagon China analyst says that the PRC is in a long competition to surpass and supplant the United States. (Elizabeth Dalziel/Getty Images)

    China’s Secret Strategy for Surpassing the US

    Cai Guoqiang, a nationalist Chinese artist, is famous in China for blowing up symbols of the West in front of paying Westerners. But what must... 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

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama walk through the gardens between official meetings at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Jan. 25, 2015. Chinese media believed the tighter cooperation between China and the US is not going anywhere. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

    Warming of India–US Ties Going Nowhere, Says Chinese Media

    According to China’s media, the personal warmth between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is a weak reed to build a... Read more

  • Lu Wei, a senior communist official in charge of Internet censorship, speaks at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province on Nov. 19, 2014. Lu is now in charge of an authority, which determines the security of websites. (Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images)

    One of China’s Propaganda Bosses Now Controls Your Web Browser

    What do one of the world’s largest malware producers and China’s head of Internet censorship and propaganda have in common? They now control security for... Read more

  • This 2013 photo provided by Kirstin Campbell, of Morrisville, Vt., shows her 3-year-old golden retriever Murphy, who bolted from her vehicle after she crashed into a tree on June 29 in Stowe. Murphy was spotted around Stowe soon after the crash but no one could catch him. Nearly six months later, he’s been spotted in backyards eight miles away in Waterbury, snacking on food left out for him. But he runs away when approached and still has not been retrieved. (AP Photo/Kirstin Campbell)

    Petco Pulls Chinese Made Pet Killing Treats

    LOS ANGELES—Petco said Monday it has removed all remaining Chinese-made dog and cat treats from its website and stores nationwide because of concerns they have... Read more

  • A chicken farmer in China's Shaanxi province picks dead chickens out of the live ones on July 3 in his henhouse. Chickens processed in China were banned from U.S. public school lunches in the proposed federal budget. (ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

    Chinese Chicken Nearly Got Into US Public Schools

    Kids in public schools might have been served chicken processed in China, were it not for an amendment included in the omnibus spending bill passed... Read more

  • A model of a Lockhead Martin F-35 on display during an airshow on July 16 in Farnborough, England. A Chinese national is being charged in the United States for allegedly stealing and trying to transfer new F-35 designs to China. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

    New F-35 Fighter Jet Designs Nearly Stolen by China National

    The Chinese regime nearly got its hands on new designs for America’s latest fighter jet. New designs that could cut costs in producing the F-35... Read more

  • Police beat pro-democracy protesters with batons as they drive protesters off Lung Wo Road outside Central Government Complex on December 1, 2014 in Hong Kong. (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

    US: World Watching China Handling of Hong Kong Protests

    WASHINGTON—The world is watching how China deals with Hong Kong and its commitments to preserve freedoms there amid continuing tensions over pro-democracy protests, the United... Read more

  • Pro-democracy protesters stand guard in Mong Kok, Kowloon Oct. 4 in Hong Kong. Victims of Communism Memorial Executive Director Marion Smith said Hong Kong should remind us of the nature of communism and the value of democracy. (Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

    Faced With Communism, Hong Kong Should Remind Us of the Value of Democracy

    The greatest killers in the known history of the world never faced justice, and in the void left by their unpunished crimes the world risks... Read more

  • Navy personnel on board the USS Makin Island look towards the ICC building (C) in Hong Kong on Aug. 20, 2014. Michael Pillsbury, a top adviser to the Pentagon, says the US needs to rethink its analysis on China. (Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images)

    The World Has China Wrong, Says Top Pentagon Adviser

    Military leaders in China are known for their outlandish plots. Due to the nature of their strange proposals, which are often coupled with highly aggressive... Read more

  • An  pro-democracy activist holds the Captain America sheild a few hours after the Hong Kong police removed all the barriers in the Monk Kok area on Oct. 17, 2014. U.S. government commission (CECC) examines China’s commitments to Hong Kong in light of recent pro-democracy protests. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    US Commission Calls on China: ‘Make Good on Promise’

    WASHINGTON—The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) held a hearing Nov. 20 on the way forward in Hong Kong. The Commission wanted to respond to charges... Read more

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