Chinese Regime

  • A screenshot of the beginning of a long and detailed article published by Lens magazine on April 6 about the torture that takes place in the Masanjia Labor Camp in northeastern China. Soon after Lens published its exposé, state-run media influenced by former Communist Party head Jiang Zemin attacked, claiming the article was a fabrication. (Epoch Times)

    Magazine’s Account of Wrenching Torture Shows Split in Chinese Regime

    When a long news article is published in China explaining in detail how torture implements with names like the “Tiger Bench” and the “Death Bed”... Read more

  • A customer walks under an Apple logo at an Apple store in Shanghai on Feb. 22, 2012. An Apple computer with filtering software installed on it was recently shipped from Shanghai to a customer in New York. (PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Regime Sours on Apple

    News Analysis Recently the state-controlled media in China have turned on American computer giant Apple. The company has been taking a public relations black eye... Read more

  • Hong Kong Youth Care Association members take down the banners they had used to obscure the Falun Gong information site outside the popular Sogo department store in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The removal of the Youth Care Association banners marks the end of almost 10 months harassment of Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese Communist Party front group. (Bill Cox/The Epoch Times)

    Hate Campaign Targeting Hong Kong Falun Gong Ends, Almost

    HONG KONG—An official notice hung in a plastic sleeve on a banner at the Star Ferry in Hong Kong on April 1 seems to mark... Read more

  • Chinese Lawyer Detained After Defending Falun Gong Adherent

    The Chinese law community is up in arms after prominent human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang was detained at Jinjiang court in eastern Jiangsu province after defending the case... Read more

  • A customer walks under an Apple logo at an Apple store in Shanghai on Feb. 22, 2012. An Apple computer with filtering software installed on it was recently shipped from Shanghai to a customer in New York. (PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images)

    Computer Censorship Imported From Shanghai to New York

    NEW YORK—A few days ago a Falun Gong practitioner in New York turned on his brand new iMac-27 computer—one of the best-selling desktop computers sold—and... Read more

  • A Hong Kong government notice placed on a banner belonging to the Hong Kong Youth Care Association, a communist front group, said that the exhibit was in violation of the law and had to be removed, lest the group face stiff fines. (Expose the Evil Deeds of the Hong Kong Youth Care Association)

    Hong Kong Warns Front Group on Banners

    A Hong Kong government department has issued a notice to a Chinese communist front group to take down banners at a popular tourist spot. The... Read more

  • 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. (Jeff Nenarella/The Epoch Times)

    Xi’s Corruption Sweep (Illustration)

    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.  …... Read more

  • A replica of Chaghi mountain where Pakistan held its first nuclear explosive tests, in Islamabad, 24 July 2006. Pakistani authorities have recently agreed for the Chinese regime to build them another nuclear reactor, in violation of international guidelines. (Farooq Naeema/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese-Pakistani Reactor Hints at Nuclear Weapons Cooperation

    Beijing on Monday denied that a recently reported agreement with Pakistan to build a third civilian nuclear plant at Chashma is in violation of its... Read more

  • PRC Premier Li Keqiang speaks at his first press conference at the Great Hall of the People on March 17 in Beijing, China. Li made mention of the importance of the constitution, giving support to new Party's Xi Jinping's political line. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    Talk of ‘Constitutionalism’ Is Political Weapon in Communist China

    During his first press conference as premier of the People’s Republic of China on March 17, Li Keqiang delivered a speech that was mostly unremarkable... Read more

  • A high-speed train leaves Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station during its test run in 2011 in Shanghai. China's first arctic high-speed rail project runs far below the expected speed, because of construction problems blamed on corruption. (ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)

    Speed Rise Delayed on China’s Arctic Bullet Train

    Designed to be the first train to exceed 220 miles per hour in an arctic climate, the Harbin-Dalian High-Speed Railway in northeast China actually runs... Read more

  • Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping (L) is welcomed by Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) during a recent trip to Russia. Xi has journeyed there to show solidarity with the Russian regime, before he travels to Africa. (Sergei Ilnitsky/AFP/Getty Images)

    Why China’s Xi Chose Russia and Africa for First State Visit

     Following his inauguration last week, new Chinese leader Xi Jinping has arrived in Russia and will also travel to three African countries–Tanzania, South Africa, and... Read more

  • New Chinese Premier Li Keqiang answers questions during his first press conference after the closing session of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 17, 2013. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Premier Promises Labor Camp System Reform

    At his first press conference on March 17, China’s new premier, Li Keqiang, announced that a plan will be released later this year to reform... Read more

  • A screenshot of the hacking software shown during the Chinese military program on July 2011. The documentary was rebroadcast recently, amidst renewed attention to Chinese hacking against the United States. (The Epoch Times)

    Broadcaster Replays Chinese Hacking Clip

    Phoenix Television, a Hong Kong-based broadcaster that enjoys a friendly relationship with Beijing, recently rebroadcast a documentary produced by the Chinese state mouthpiece CCTV, which... Read more

  • (Jeff Nenarella/The Epoch Times)

    Are the Chinese Hacking, or Just Monitoring Their Investment? (Illustration)

    Armies of cyber spies connected with the Chinese regime have been sallying forth against the United States for over a decade, plundering industrial, corporate, financial,... Read more

  • Former Politburo member Party Secretary Bo Xilai attends the third plenary meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC) at The Great Hall Of The People on March 9, 2012 in Beijing. The New Epoch Weekly reports, according to a source, that Bo Xilai will be tried for plotting a coup in the latter half of this year. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    Bo Xilai to Face Charges of Plotting a Coup, Source Says

    Since former Politburo member Bo Xilai was removed from his Party posts on March 15, 2012, his case has seemed stuck, as rumors have swirled... Read more

  • Drought in China Turns Vast Tracts of Land to Desert

    Four years of droughts in southern and northwest China have resulted in severe desertification, poor harvests, and water shortages, affecting the lives of 400 million... Read more

  • Chinese Scientist Arrested Fleeing US With Space Secrets

    U.S. federal agents arrested a Chinese scientist on Saturday for failing to declare various data storage devices, after he boarded a plane to Beijing. The... Read more

  • Behind China State Council Reshuffle, Factional War

      The leadership change in China’s cabinet signals a significant power shift in the regime’s top ranks. The new appointees are mostly allies of new... Read more

  • Chinese military missiles are displayed at a massive parade in Beijing to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China on Oct. 1, 2009. The PRC recently became the fifth largest arms exporter in the world, mostly through its sales to Pakistan. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    China Overtakes UK as 5th-Largest Arms Exporter

        China has replaced Britain as one of the world’s top five arms exporters, according to a new report from a Swedish global security... Read more

  • On March 15 in the Beibei District of Chongqing, pedestrians turned into angry protesters after a man claiming himself to be a city official began slapping a student who was riding a bicycle and bumped into him. (

    Street Rage in Chongqing Sparked by Aggressive ‘Official’

      Pedestrians became angry protesters recently in Chongqing after a man claiming to be a local government official began slapping a student who accidentally ran... Read more

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