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Fearing Depreciation, Chinese Are Breaking the Law to Move Their Money Abroad
China has implemented tight control over its foreign exchange reserves due to the depreciating value of the yuan ...
September 26, 2018
Interview of Lhasa's Jokhang Monastery by Foreign Media Canceled
Chinese authorities canceled a scheduled visit by foreign media to Jokhang Monastery on June 22 without providing any ...
June 24, 2008
Oldest Great Wall Relics Destroyed in China
TAIPEI—One section of the Chu Great Wall in Henan Province, on the border of Ye County in Pingdingshan ...
June 15, 2008
Administrative Regulation Could Trigger Coal Price Increase in China
Due to the recent shortage in China's coal supply, eastern China's Shangdong Province issued an administrative order to ...
June 9, 2008
40 Survivors Rescued 16 Days After Sichuan Earthquake
BEIJING—Forty half-starved earthquake survivors were rescued from a remote area in southwestern China 16 days after the Sichuan ...
May 31, 2008
Activist Threatens Hunger Strike If Passport Application Ignored
TAIPEI—Chinese democracy activist Wang Dan is threatening to organize exiles to protest in front of the Chinese Embassy ...
May 6, 2008
China Has the Largest Number of Trained Mariners in the World
TAIPEI—China currently has 1.55 million maritime laborers, the most in the world. It has 37 maritime schools, colleges, ...
April 24, 2008
China's Rural Counties Face Large Deficit
TAIPEI—A recent report released by China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) reveals that despite continuous economic growth ...
April 7, 2008
Tibetan Government Demands Evidence of China's 'Suicide Squad' Claim
NEW DELHI—The Beijing regime has claimed that Tibetans are plotting a mass suicide attack during the opening ceremonies ...
April 3, 2008
China's Father of Hybrid Rice: False Report of State Grain Depots
TAIPEI—Yuan Longping, China's "Father of Hybrid Rice" and member of the Chinese Engineering Academy, said that he has ...
March 17, 2008
Dry Weather Causes Forest Fires in Hunan Province
Severe snowstorms in China have led to extremely dry weather, which have caused high incidences of forest fires. ...
March 6, 2008
Ninety-five Percent of Coal Power Stations in China Facing Financial Loss
An estimated 95 percent of coal power stations in China are facing financial loss, China Power Investment Corp ...
March 4, 2008
Shortage of Water Resources in Northwest China
TAIPEI−Drought and water shortage are the biggest bottleneck on water resource allocation, ecological environment construction and sustainable development ...
March 3, 2008
Nearly 80 Percent of China's Coastal Ecosystem Exposed to Severe Pollution
TAIPEI－The Chinese 2007 Sea Environmental Quality Report, released by China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA), revealed that about 78 ...
February 22, 2008
Toxic Chinese Dumplings Imported to Japan Deliberately Tainted
TAIPEI—New developments have surfaced regarding toxic Chinese dumplings. According to an investigation conducted by a special police unit ...
February 16, 2008
Northwest China Facing Ecological Crisis
The Ejina Oasis, one of the most important ecological defense lines in Northwest China, is disappearing. If the ...
January 24, 2008
Human Rights Advocate Says Large-Scale Strikes Occur Everyday in Guangdong Province
TAIPEI—According to Han Dongfang, an advocate of Chinese workers' rights, labor strikes have become an everyday occurrence in ...
January 21, 2008
Excess Administration Despite State Reform
TAIPEI—In recent years, China has enforced nationwide administrative reforms to reduce personnel. Despite these efforts to downsize government ...
January 16, 2008
The Silk Road Applies for World Heritage Status
TAIPEI—Under the support and coordination provided by the World Heritage Center of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and ...
January 13, 2008
China's First Strategic Oil Reserve Filled
TAIPEI—China has filled its first national oil reserve, the Zhenhai National Oil Reserve Base. Three other oil reserve ...
December 28, 2007
Prominent Chinese Experts Call for Abolishing Labor Re-Education System
BEIJING–Dozens of top scholars and legal experts in China sent an open letter to the State Department on ...
December 7, 2007
Murdered Girl Found in 7000-Year-Old Tomb
At a Neolithic site located in China's Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, a single tomb was excavated containing a ...
November 29, 2007
31 People in Bus Buried Alive By Landslide in Hubei Province
TAIPEI—A bus from Hubei Province with 31 people in it was found buried by a landslide on November ...
November 25, 2007
52 Billion Dollars Laundered Last Year
According to Hong Kong-based Ta Kung Pao newspaper, approximately 387 billion yuan (about US$52 billion) from mainland China ...
November 23, 2007
China Estimates About 11 Million Tons in Grain Reserves are Lost Annually
China's State Grain Administration (SGA) will conduct grain storage experiments, to counteract the annual estimated loss of 11 ...
November 22, 2007
Property Prices Continue to Rise in China's Major cities
TAIPEI—According to Xinhua Net (hosted by CCP-controlled Xinhua News Agency ), the "China's Third Quarter 2007 Real Estate ...
November 20, 2007
Beijing Bans 43 Groups of People for Beijing 2008
On November 12, 2007, Radio Free Asia (RFA) quoted a Texas based religious group saying the Chinese Ministry ...
November 15, 2007
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
Mimi Nguyen Ly
‘American Taliban’ Terrorist Freed After 17 Years in Prison
The Associated Press
Ilhan Omar Insults Americans: ‘Ignorance Is Really Pervasive in Many Parts of This Country’
Trump Administration Settles in for Long Trade Fight Against China
US Hits WikiLeaks Founder Assange With 18-Count Indictment
Prosecutors Charge Bank Ex-CEO With Soliciting White House Position in Exchange for $16 Million in Loans
Violent Tornadoes Kill 3 in Missouri as Oklahoma Faces Flooding Rivers
Documenting Persecution: Videos of Torture Victims Smuggled out of Chinese Prison
Remains of More Than 1,200 Holocaust Victims Laid to Rest in Belarus After Mass Grave Discovered
Isabel van Brugen
Botswana Lifts Ban on Hunting Elephants