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Mainland Chinese Snapping Up Medicines in Hong Kong
Drug prices in mainland China are soaring so high that residents are flocking to Hong Kong where they ...
September 2, 2013
Date-Rape Drugs Becoming China’s Hot Export
The amount of date-rape drugs and raw materials transported internationally from China is expanding rapidly, making China a ...
August 15, 2013
Chinese Child Laborer Dies in His Sleep
After working another 10-hour day, a 14-year-old boy died suddenly while sleeping in a Dongguan City company’s dormitory.
June 7, 2013
Beijing Approves 72-Hour Visa Waiver for Transit Tourists
China’s State Council has approved a proposal to allow overseas visitors transiting via Beijing to stay in the ...
December 6, 2012
Taiwan’s Next Media Sale Raises Freedom of Press Fears
Hong Kong-based Next Media signed a contract to sell its Taiwanese news business, including both print and television ...
November 29, 2012
‘Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party’ Celebrates Eighth Anniversary
This month, The Epoch Times’ editorial series ‘Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party’ marked its eight-year anniversary.
November 24, 2012
Chinese Official Asks Forgiveness From Falun Gong Brothers
A Chinese official wrote a letter begging forgiveness from two brothers who practice Falun Gong, whom he persecuted ...
October 30, 2012
Hundreds of Chinese Students Hospitalized for Food Poisoning
Several separate incidents of tainted school food in two Chinese provinces during September have resulted in one death ...
October 1, 2012
Former Military Officers Arrested Over Beijing Protest
China deployed its army in Beijing earlier this week to intercept several thousand former military officers planning a ...
August 22, 2012
Petitioner ‘Interception’ in China Steps Up Before Party Congress
Regime cracks down on petitioners before 18th Congress.
August 20, 2012
Hong Kong Reporter Beaten After Gu Kailai’s Trial
The day after the high-profile trial of Gu Kailai, the wife of disgraced Party official Bo Xilai, a ...
August 13, 2012
Taiwanese Man Detained in China Allowed to Return Home
A Taiwanese man who was arrested by Chinese security forces in June has been released and returned to ...
August 11, 2012
Party Leader Says Regime Faces ‘Unprecedented Challenges’
China’s communist system is facing unprecedented challenges, according to the regime's General Secretary Hu Jintao, speaking at a ...
July 26, 2012
Leaked China Documents Show Massive Corruption, Officials Fleeing Country
The data received by The Epoch Times indicated that over 7,101 corrupt officials have fled to the United ...
July 20, 2012
Chinese Garbage Collector: Party Newspapers Treated Like Junk Mail
Jiao Guobiao told NTD Television that communist state-run organizations are often required to subscribe to the Party’s media.
July 17, 2012
Chinese Agents Interfere in Hong Kong Protest, Rights Group
Mainland security agents infiltrated the July 1 Hong Kong protest march during Hu Jintao’s visit, a rights group ...
July 14, 2012
A Hospital for the Communist Party Hides Dark Secrets
The 301 Military Hospital in Beijing is understood to be the medical facility where many high-ranking members of ...
May 31, 2012
Chinese Netizen Watches Officials’ Watches
A Chinese netizen shocked at the expensive timepiece worn by the minister of railways, has learned a timely ...
September 21, 2011
Under Propaganda Orders, Chinese Media Battles for Truth
On the eve of the seventh day after China's high-speed train disaster, an important date in Chinese funerary ...
July 31, 2011
Ten Die in China from Tick Bites
The more than 280 recent cases of tick bites in China have resulted in 10 deaths, according to ...
June 17, 2011
Chinese Spying Devices Installed on Hong Kong Cars (Video)
Chinese officials have been installing spying devices on dual-plate Chinese-Hong Kong vehicles, enabling a vast network of eavesdropping ...
June 12, 2011
Taiwanese General Accused of Spying For the CCP
A Taiwanese general has been accused of spying for the Chinese Regime. The leaked secrets will likely affect ...
February 9, 2011
China’s National Image Campaign, Folk Version
Chinese Internet users, or netizens, have inverted the Chinese Communist Party's recent foreign propaganda campaign to create their ...
January 25, 2011
Wellness: 6 Causes of Burnout at Work
Apple Worker Says She Was Fired After Leading Movement Against Harassment
Stylish Semenuk Becomes Red Bull Rampage’s First Four-Time Winner
Pentagon Offers Money to Relatives of Afghans Killed by Botched US Airstrike
New Navy Order: Unvaccinated Sailors to be Discharged, Could Face Financial Penalties
1 Deputy Killed, 2 Wounded in Ambush Shooting at Texas Bar
NASA’s Asteroid Hunter Lucy Soars Into Sky With Diamonds
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Appeals Court Refuses to Stop Maine Vaccine Mandate, Organization Mulls Turning to Supreme Court
ISIS Claims Deadly Mosque Bombing That Killed 47 Afghans During Prayers
NYC Parents and Officials Rally to Preserve Gifted and Talented Program