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Experts Doubt China’s New Flu Drug
China’s new anti-flu drug peramivir may not be as effective against the new bird flu as claimed, experts ...
April 10, 2013
Fish Die-Offs in Shanghai and Beijing
Locals are worried about large numbers of dead fish in Shanghai, in addition to concerns over bird flu ...
April 9, 2013
March 32 Weather Report: Partly Cloudy in East China
Yangzhou Television viewers were left confused by a March 32 weather report. It seemed to be a joke ...
April 2, 2013
China Property Taxes Trigger Divorces
Some Chinese couples are resorting to divorce in an attempt to avoid tough new tax laws on housing.
March 12, 2013
How Many Chinese Does it Take to Cross the Street?
Green or red, the color of the light doesn’t matter much. To cross the road in China, all ...
October 17, 2012
Guangdong PSB Website Hacked, Cheering Netizens
A local Public Security Bureau website in Guangdong Province was hacked recently, displaying a message of contempt toward ...
August 28, 2012
Bo Xilai’s ‘Storm’ Sought to Continue Persecution, Source Says
The Chinese Communist Party faction led by Jiang Zemin has long sought a way to assure that the ...
August 6, 2012
Villagers’ Petition Changing History’s Course
The Epoch Times has learned that the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection submitted a document to the 24-member ...
May 27, 2012
Petition by Villagers on Falun Gong Resounds at Top of Regime
Wang Xiaodong's arrest left his 7-year-old son and elderly mother, who is in her seventies, to fend for ...
May 26, 2012
Locke Told to Kowtow But Bloggers Ask Him to Rise
A well-connected blogger tries to vilify US Ambassador, but netizens come to the rescue.
May 9, 2012
Hackers Deface Chinese Communist Party School Website
Another Communist Party website in China has been defaced by hackers in what is now a string of ...
April 24, 2012
Nine ‘Independent Candidates’ Arrested in Beijing
Through arrests and a concerted media blackout, Chinese authorities are attempting to stop citizens from participating in local ...
September 19, 2011
Chinese TV News Reveals Regime’s Internet Commentator Training
A Chinese TV report showed how the regime trains its army of Internet commentators to shape public opinion ...
September 19, 2011
In China, Welfare Depends on How Officials Feel
Receiving welfare in China is more about who you know than how poor you are.
August 25, 2011
After US Downgrade, Chinese State Media Pounces
Since Standard & Poor's (S&P) lowered the US's long-term sovereign credit rating from AAA to AA+, media in ...
August 17, 2011
Wenzhou Train Crash Families Paid Off by Authorities
The Ministry of Railways' compensation agreement offered to families has raised eyebrows.
July 29, 2011
Villagers Tie up Police, Douse with Gasoline, Over Land Conflict
Protests in China are becoming more desperate as villagers react to land confiscation.
July 25, 2011
Money Crunch in China Forces Wave of Small Business Failures
China's economy is caught in a difficult dilemma between trying to maintain growth and controlling inflation.
July 17, 2011
China’s Private Clubs a Playground for the Rich and Powerful
Thousands of private high-end clubs in major Chinese cities cater to the rich and powerful to mingle and ...
July 10, 2011
Heavy Metal Contamination Threatens Chinese Agriculture (Video)
The Ministry of Land and Resources in China recently admitted that more than 10 percent of arable land ...
May 24, 2011
For Trying to Leave China, Forced Labor Awaits
Denying passports and visas has been a measure by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) against Falun Gong practitioners ...
April 25, 2011
Chinese State Media Says Aids-Like Disease is in the Head
For the last week the Chinese media has been abuzz with talk of an unknown, highly contagious AIDS-like ...
April 15, 2011
Highly Contagious AIDS-Like Disease Spreading in China
In a small hotel across from the Beijing Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a reporter from New ...
March 30, 2011
Confucius: The New Cultural Ambassador for the Communist Party?
A 31-foot bronze Confucius statue recently erected on Tiananmen Square has become the subject of debate.
January 26, 2011
Hu Jintao Will be Challenged by Disgruntled Chinese on US Trip
Chinese victim of forced housing demolition and his son, a US Citizen, plan to publicly challenge CCP leader ...
January 9, 2011
Renowned Dissident Writer Li Hong Dies, Authorities Prevent Funeral
Founding editor of the popular Zhejiang News and former chief-editor of the Chinese literary and news website Aegean ...
January 4, 2011
Chinese Villages Disappear as Farmers Forced to ‘Move Upstairs’
There are two assets that China indisputably has an immense amount of: people and land.
December 23, 2010
Supreme Court to Hear Illegal Alien’s Claim to Right to Dispute Removal
Trump Says Being President Cost Him ‘$2 to $5 Billion’
Pence Outlines US Space Vision, Working With ‘Freedom-Loving’ Nations, in Speech
Secretary of Defense Says Small Number of US Troops May Stay in Syria
Watchdog Says Benghazi Coverup Discussed on Emails to Clinton’s Unsecured Server
Trump: ‘We Never Agreed to Protect the Kurds for the Rest of Their Lives’
Israel’s Netanyahu Fails to Form Government, Rival Gantz Poised to Challenge
Kudlow: Human Rights Are ‘Very Important Part’ of US–China Talks
US Troops Welcomed by Civilians in Iraq After Syria Withdrawal
Many Christians in Syria Support Trump’s Decision to Withdraw Troops: Report