Chinese Regime

China’s New Nuke and Launcher More Accurate, Stealthy, Expert Says

A new, potentially off-road missile launch truck made by the Tai'an Corporation that could be for the new "DF-31B" ICBM reportedly tested in September 2014. (Chinese Internet)
A new, potentially off-road missile launch truck made by the Tai'an Corporation that could be for the new "DF-31B" ICBM reportedly tested in September 2014. (Chinese Internet)

A recently-produced Chinese missile capable of targeting the United States may be getting an upgrade—improved accuracy, different payloads, and a new, off-road mobile launch platform...

  • A plainclothes policeman guards outside Great Hall of the People after the opening session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing on March 3, 2015. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    Chinese Communist Party Holds Annual Political Season in Capital

    Beijing began hosting the Chinese Communist Party’s so-called Two Sessions on March 3, the political meetings held by two of the Party’s auxiliary instruments: the... Read more

  • ormer Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission Guo Boxiong at a political meeting in Beijing on March 5, 2013. Guo's son Guo Zhenggang has been put under investigation, according to recent reports. (Goh Chai Hin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Another 14 Generals Sacked During China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

    On March 2, Chinese military prosecutors released a list of 14 generals recently put under investigation for corruption, according to the Chinese Communist Party military... Read more

  • Ni Fake, former vice governor of Anhui Province, attends a technology expo in Huaibei of Anhui, on May 9, 2008. Ni was sentenced to 17 years in prison on corruption charges on Feb. 28. (AP Photo)

    Government Purge in China Draws Closer to Former Regime Leader

    The anti-corruption campaign currently sweeping through all levels of the Chinese Communist Party may be drawing closer to former Party leader, Jiang Zemin. Ni Fake,... Read more

  • People's Liberation Army cadets train at the PLA's Armoured Forces Engineering Academy in Beijing on July 22, 2014. The PLA's lack of civil oversight and status as a force controlled directly by the Communist Party have rendered it a hotbed of corruption in recent years. (GREG BAKER/AFP/Getty Images)

    This Is Why Chinese Communists Control the Army (and Why They Absolutely Shouldn’t)

    The status of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) as the armed wing of the ruling Chinese Communist Party, as opposed to an army subject to... Read more

  • Chinese Communists at 17th Party Congress inside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 21, 2007. Chinese communist officials rampantly faked their personal records in order to get better chances for bonuses and promotions. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Officials Lied About Almost Everything in Personal Records, Except Gender

    Food and electronics aren’t the only things being faked in China. According to state-run news agencies, Chinese Communist Party officials are also faking their personal... Read more

  • Students attend a lesson at the Northeast Normal University on March 22, 2007, in Changchun of Jilin Province, China. Nine Chinese lawyers submitted an application to the Ministry of Education on Feb. 9 requesting the legal basis for its banning western values in Chinese universities. (China Photos/Getty Images)

    Chinese Lawyers Ask If Banning Western Values Was Legal

    A group of nine Chinese lawyers are questioning whether the Chinese regime broke the law when it banned Western values from Chinese universities. A Freedom... Read more

  • Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright in season 2 of Netflix's "House of Cards." (Nathaniel Bell for Netflix)

    ‘House of Cards’ Third Season Not Showing in China

    The new season of the “House of Cards” TV drama, will premiere Friday on Netflix. The highly anticipated drama is unlikely to debut in China,... Read more

  • A South Korean man watches TV news about the alleged dismissal of Jang Song-Thaek, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's uncle, at a railway station in Seoul on December 3, 2013. (Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images)

    Mysterious Execution of Leader’s Uncle in North Korea Solved, Says Overseas Chinese Media

    Perhaps none of the reasons given for the purging of Jang Song-thaek the second most powerful man in North Korea as the vice chairman of... Read more

  • Justice Tettey (R), Chief of the Laboratory and Scientific Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), speaks as Jeremy Douglas (L) of UNODC's Regional Office for Southeast Asia and the Pacific looks on during a press conference on May 20, 2014. Douglass has pointed out that Guangdong Province has become a center for the global supply of the synthetic drug meth. (Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images).

    Southern China Manufactures Meth for the World

    The global methamphetamine supply is being made in one small district in Guangdong Province in southern China, according to the regime mouthpiece Xinhua News Agency... Read more

  • A monk at the Yonghegong Lama temple in Beijing in Beijing on October 24, 2012. Many Chinese officials, seeking advice for their careers, have built friendships with monks and qigong masters in recent years. (Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images)

    Chinese Communist Officials Turn to Monks for Advice

    Not content with the Communist Party’s Marxist atheism, many officials in the Chinese regime seek out the friendship and services of Buddhist monks and Daoist... Read more

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) and Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) Wang Qishan (L) on Sept. 30, 2014 in Beijing. CCDI has named 26 central-government-owned state-run companies as targets for the next round of investigations. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

    Anti-Corruption Campaign Targets China’s State-Owned Enterprises

    Current Communist Party leader Xi Jinping wasn’t just bluffing when he called out the state-run companies and their executives for heavy bureaucracy, nepotism, and troublesome... Read more

  • Dragon dancers perform in front of a supermarket at Manila's Chinatown district of Binondo to celebrate the Chinese New Year Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015 in Manila, Philippines. This year marks the "Year of the Sheep" in the Chinese Lunar calendar. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

    Red on Chinese New Year Isn’t a Traditional Thing, It’s a Communist Thing

    On Chinese New Year, the color red is splayed across displays and banners throughout the world. It is a looming presence at festivities, often accompanied... Read more

  • 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)

    ISIS Organ Harvesting Allegations Are Nothing Compared to China

    A top Iraqi diplomat said Tuesday that the Islamic State is harvesting organs from its victims to help finance the terrorist organization’s operations. And while... Read more

  • Lu Jiaping, a Beijing scholar, has been released on medical parole. In an open letter in 2009, Lu denounced former Communist Party head Jiang Zemin for having assumed a fabricated identity (NTDTV)

    Scholar Who Named Jiang Zemin a Traitor Released From Prison

    When a Beijing scholar wrote an open letter calling out the regime’s former paramount leader as a traitor, he was basically making himself a target... Read more

  • Chinese regime leader Xi Jinping (C) and his wife Peng Liyuan arrive at Berlin's Tegel airport on March 28, 2014. Under Xi’s order, the regime's Central Military Commission is to launch a year-long audit of military spending. (John Macdougall/AFP/Getty Images)

    Xi Jinping’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Targets Chinese Regime’s Military Spending

    The Chinese regime’s Central Military Commission (CMC) is planning to launch a comprehensive audit of its military spending from 2013 to 2014, the Ministry of... Read more

  • Former top Communist Party official Su Rong speaks during a meeting in Nanchang, in eastern China’s Jiangxi Province, on Feb. 1, 2012. Su Rong is one of three officials the anti-corruption agency announced it had sacked. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    Sacking Three ‘Tigers’ for the New Year

    Three more political holdovers—officials who had built up their wealth and connections by being loyal to previous Chinese regime head Jiang Zemin—have bitten the dust... Read more