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Delegates to Political Meetings Face Media Spotlight in China
A number of public figures attended a conference of the top political advisory body to the Communist Party ...
March 7, 2013
Credit Network in China’s Zhejiang Province Crumbles
About 600 private enterprises in China are experiencing a credit crisis. This crisis was triggered by the collapse ...
July 30, 2012
Nuclear Plant Leak in China Denied by Chinese Company
Hong Kong's Security Bureau said that a small radioactive leak occurred at a nuclear power plant in Guangdong.
June 18, 2010
Severe Sandstorm Sweeps Through Northwest China
Satellite maps show a severe sandstorm swept through northwest China last weekend affecting 6.7 million people.
April 28, 2010
Tsinghua University Publishes Report: A New Paradigm for ‘Stability Preservation’
China's Tsinghua University report highlights the urgent need to achieve social stability.
April 23, 2010
Artificial Snow in Beijing Delays Hundreds of Flights
Chinese scientists tinkering with weather caused millions of tons of snow to fall on Beijing over the weekend.
November 4, 2009
Chinese College Grads Find Entry to Bureaucracy Competitive
Recruitment for the nation's civil service positions began on Oct. 15 and the competition is fierce.
October 31, 2009
Falun Gong Practitioner Dies From Persecution in Beijing
Falun Gong practitioner Yang Xiaojing dead in Beijing as a result of the Chinese communist regime's persecution.
October 8, 2009
Security Tight for Fourth Plenary Session in Beijing
Chinese authorities ramped up security in Beijing on Sept. 15 for the fourth plenary session CCP Central Committee.
September 16, 2009
Tough Times Ahead for Jobseekers in China
Up to 12 million jobseekers in China will be unable to find employment this year, state media says.
August 26, 2009
Organs Believed Stolen From Murdered Taiwan Businessman
On July 31, 2006, Tseng Wenfang, a Taiwanese businessman from Jinmen, was murdered in Xiamen City, mainland China. ...
February 10, 2007
Health: Why Being Outside Is a Natural Way to Control Infections
So-Called Inflation Reduction Act a ‘Massive Power Grab’ by Dems, Says Ted Cruz
China’s Economy Slumps Further, According to New Data, Raising Fears of Layoffs
Despite Falling Sales, Home Prices Keep Rising: What Is Going On?
Beijing ‘Discontent’ Over ‘Finger-Pointing’ about Taiwan
Greenfield Foreign Investment in US Continues to Collapse
Semiconductors Emerge as Battleground in US-China Race to Make Global Tech Norms in Their Image
Vanuatu Takes Pro-Beijing Stance Calling Taiwan an ‘Inalienable Part of China’
Daniel Y. Teng
Restaurant Owners Push Ahead Despite Multiple Economic Obstacles
EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Gohmert Cites US Code that May Force Capitol Police to Release Remaining Jan. 6 Surveillance Footage