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Italian Congress Shows the Double Face of Organ Transplantation

Professor Franco Citterio, President of the Italian Society of Organ Transplantation, during the congress held in Siena, Italy. (Konstantin Skabrin / Epoch Times)
Professor Franco Citterio, President of the Italian Society of Organ Transplantation, during the congress held in Siena, Italy. (Konstantin Skabrin / Epoch Times)

ROME—The congress of the Italian Society of Organ Transplantation (SITO) concluded in Siena, Italy, end September. Doctors and professional workers shared with the public the...




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    Four deputy secretaries of various government offices in Shandong Province were sacked on the same day recently, apparently part of a push to slim down... Read more

  • Thousands of protesters in downtown Hong Kong on Sept 28. (Sung Cheung-loong/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Occupy Central, Complete Coverage

    Since the early morning of Sept. 28 when the organizers of Occupy Central With Love and Peace announced the start of the democracy movement, tens... Read more

  • Protesters on Connaught Road in front of government headquarters in Hong Kong were pepper sprayed by police in the early evening of Sept. 28. Tens of thousands of students turned out to call for genuine democracy in the city-state. (Sung Cheung-loong/Epoch Times)

    Hong Kong Police Tear Gas Students Demonstrating for Democracy

    HONG KONG—The largest open clash so far between protesters and police broke out in Hong Kong’s central business district late Sunday evening. Tens of thousands... Read more

  • Pro-democracy protesters rally near the government headquarters in Hong Kong on September 28, 2014. Police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill on September 28, in a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the semi-autonomous Chinese city for days. (Alex Ogle/AFP/Getty Images)

    Is Instagram Blocked in China? Yes, but Not in Hong Kong; ‘Occupy Central’ Blocked on Weibo

    Instagram has apparently been blocked in China following pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.  Reuters and the Verge suggest that China could have gone ahead with the... Read more

  • (Luis Novaes/Epoch Times)

    Anything for Power: The Real Story of China’s Jiang Zemin – Chapter 10

    Jiang Zemin’s days are numbered. It is only a question of when, not if, the former head of the Chinese Communist Party will be arrested... Read more

  • Qin Yuhai, Party Secretary and vice director of the standing committee of the National People’s Congress in Henan, has been put under investigation on charges of violating Party discipline. (Screenshot from Henan Government website)

    Political Boss in China’s Henan Province Targeted

    A factional associate of the Chinese Communist Party’s imperiled former security czar, Zhou Yongkang, has recently been placed under investigation for “serious violations of discipline... Read more

  • Eleven Shanghai Officials Are Investigated for Corruption

    Eleven Communist Party officials in Shanghai have been put under investigation for “serious violations of discipline and law,” according to the Shanghai Commission for Discipline... Read more

  • On Sept. 22, Xi Jinping met with a delegation of businessmen from Hong Kong. The occasion was used by Xi to strike a less aggressive tone on the Hong Kong issue than other officials in Beijing have. (Screenshot via CCTV)

    A Milder Tone to Hong Kong Seen in Xi Jinping’s Meeting With Hong Kong Tycoons

    Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping met with a delegation of Hong Kong business tycoons recently, as thousands of students continued their protests in Hong... Read more

  • Wang Yang addresses business leaders in Sydney on June 6, 2012. (Torsten Blackwood/AFP/GettyImages)

    Beijing Officials Play Tug-of-War Over Hong Kong

    HONG KONG—The very different treatment state-run media gave to visits to Shenzhen by two officials reflects a behind-the-scenes power struggle over the issue of Hong... Read more

  • Liu Tienan, disgraced former vice chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission, gives a statement during his trial on Sept. 24, 2014. (Screenshot/CCTV)

    Trial Opens for Chinese Economic Official Who Took Bribes

    A colorless former Chinese communist official who last sat second-in-charge of China’s economic planning agency went to trial on Wednesday at the Intermediate People’s Court... Read more

  • Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) shakes hand with Chinese leader Xi Jinping as he welcomes him at a hotel in Ahmadabad, India, on Sept. 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

    Behind the Scenes of Xi Jinping’s Visit to India

    NEW DELHI—The much-hyped visit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping to India last week did not yield what India had hoped for. Instead, it brought a... Read more

  • A design concept for China's Crab Walker military robot shows a walking vehicle mounted with a 30mm autocannon. The proposed vehicle could walk in mountainous terrain. (CJDBY.net)

    Monstrous Gun-Mounted Robot Spiders Proposed for China’s Military

    Weapons designers in China may be watching too many Japanese cartoons. A new military vehicle design published in a Chinese science journal shows a car-sized... Read more

  • (Luis Novaes/Epoch Times)

    Anything for Power: The Real Story of China’s Jiang Zemin – Chapter 9

    Jiang Zemin’s days are numbered. It is only a question of when, not if, the former head of the Chinese Communist Party will be arrested... Read more

  • Chinese riot police watch a Muslim ethnic Uighur woman protest in Urumqi in China's far west Xinjiang province on July 7, 2009. On Sept. 21, 2014, coordinated explosions at Luntai County, Xinjiang killed at least two people. (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)

    Explosions in Xinjiang Kill Two, Injuring Many More

    Three explosions, one after another, shook Xinjiang on Sept. 21, killing two people and injuring at least half a dozen more, according to media reports... Read more

  • Around 13,000 students from 25 universities and colleges rallied in Hong Kong on Sept. 22. The event began a week-long boycott of classes in protest of Beijing's control over the selection of candidates for the chief executive. (Pan Zaishu/Epoch Times)

    Calling for Democracy, Over 10,000 Students Boycott Classes in Hong Kong

    Thousands of students from 25 universities and colleges in Hong Kong embarked upon a week-long boycott of classes on Monday, protesting against recent decisions by... Read more

  • Zhang Dejiang, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, delivers a work report in Beijing on March 9, 2014. Zhang recently qualified the demand that Hong Kong's new chief executive be "patriotic." (Goh Chai Hin/AFP/Getty Images)

    Top Party Official Seems to Soften Line on Hong Kong

    In much of the recent dispute between the Chinese regime and Hong Kong on the election of a chief executive for that city-state, one key... Read more


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