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Chinese Media Couldn’t Report on New Restrictions Against It


Recently it was reported that China has shut down the news sections in many of the popular web portals. The news first came out from...

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    China: Tiger Mauls Woman to Death in Wildlife Park

    BEIJING — Siberian tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing mauled a woman to death and wounded another when they stepped out of their car... Read more

  • People making their way through a flooded area in Changping District in Beijing.
Torrential rain lashing northern China in recent days has left 130 people dead in a province near Beijing. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)

    600-Year-Old Forbidden City Untouched in Flooded Beijing

    A 55-hour-long rainstorm pelted Beijing over July 19 and 20—a continuation of floods that have claimed nearly 600 lives and displaced tens of thousands since... Read more

  • A Siberian tiger stands in its enclosure at the Siberian Tiger Park in Harbin, China, on Jan. 6, 2014. (Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

    Tiger Mauls Woman to Death in Chinese Wildlife Park

    BEIJING—Siberian tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing mauled a woman to death and wounded another when they stepped out of their car in an... Read more

  • Rescuers use a raft to transport people along a flooded street in Shenyang in northeastern China's Liaoning Province on July 21, 2016. (Chinatopix Via AP)

    Floods Kill at Least 154 Across China, Leave Scores Missing

    BEIJING—Torrential rains that have swept through China have killed at least 154 people and left 124 missing, officials said Saturday, with most of the casualties... Read more

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    Upholding Justice in China—an Interview With Human Rights Lawyer Liang Xiaojun

    Director of a law firm in Beijing. Graduate of the prominent China University of Political Science and Law. Son of a wealthy Chinese Communist Party... Read more

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    ‘Patriotic’ Chinese Company Pays Employees to Not Use iPhones

    Apple’s next generation iPhone 7 is set to be released this September, brewing excitement and anticipation around the world—but not for this Chinese company. Bina... Read more

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    China’s Largest Search Engine Investigated for Promoting Illegal Gambling

    Chinese internet giant Baidu has been accused of promoting gambling websites just two months after being investigated for advertising bogus medical treatments. Online gambling is officially... Read more

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    Coerced Apologies From Chinese Celebrities Inspire Mock ‘Annual Apologize to China Contest’

    Tens of thousands of web users are participating in a Facebook contest and posting strange apologies to China. The “The First Annual Apologize to China... Read more

  • Taiwanese pop singer Jay Chou during a press conference to promote a local motorcycle in Taipei on March 29, 2013. A Chinese court stepped out of their way to insult the singer garnering strong criticism from the web. (SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)

    Taiwanese Pop Icon Labeled ‘Japanese Mongrel’ by Chinese District Court

    A Gansu district court recently stepped outside its jurisdiction by attacking a renowned Taiwanese pop star with personal insults, garnering strong reaction from Chou’s millions... Read more

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    Missing Chinese Buried Alive in Demolished Home, Officials Claimed Negligence

    A woman in central China who refused to comply with demolition officials, was recently found dead in the rubble of her home after having been... Read more

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    Leave Bad Review, Get Harassed by Chinese Company

    “Nice hardware, infuriating setup issues, terrible insecure software,” wrote Matthew Garrett, an American security developer, in his review of a network product on Amazon. His... Read more

  • A Hong Kong University student cleans a plaque below the "The Pillar of Shame" - a monument constructed to honour the dead and shame the Chinese government that refused to apologise for the Tiananmen Square massacre - the killing of students on 04 June 1989 in Beijing's Tianamen Square, 04 May 2005. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)

    Museum for Tiananmen Massacre in Hong Kong Is Forced to Close Doors, at Least Temporarily

    The world’s first, and only, museum dedicated to commemorating the 1989 Tiananmen massacre of pro-democracy students in Beijing saw its final visitors stream through the... Read more

  • Pictures: The Great Flood of China

    In recent weeks, torrential rains have resulted in massive flooding throughout central, southern and eastern China. Millions of people in multiple provinces have been affected,... Read more

  • Activists hold a protest in front of the Chinese Consular Office in Manila, Philippines, on July 7, 2015, against China's claims, construction activities, and military build-up on the South China Sea. (Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images)

    China’s Fierce Response to South China Sea Ruling

    The ruling in favor of the Philippines in the South China Sea disputes on July 12 has met with heated rejection from the Chinese state... Read more

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    5 Examples of China’s ‘Weird Architecture’

    China’s architectural curiosities have been the subject of avant-garde interest, dismay, ridicule, and more recently, indications by the state that they are no longer welcome... Read more

  • A general view of Qian'an steelworks of Shougang Corporation on January 20, 2016 in Tangshan, China. (Xiaolu Chu/Getty Images)

    Capitalism With Chinese Characteristics: From Socialism to Capitalism

    When China’s capitalist economic system formed a union with the red regime, it created a unique political and economic structure that can neither be called... Read more

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