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New Chinese Party Leadership Makes Reform Hopes Bleak
The new membership of the Politburo Standing Committee augurs poorly for the chance for reform. Politburo members known ...
November 20, 2012
Hong Kong’s New Leader Meets Calls to Resign on Inauguration Day
Close to 400,000 people turned out to protest against Chinese communist rule, and one of the demands was ...
July 3, 2012
Toxic Gelatin Medicine Capsules Cause Outcry in China
The most recent in a seemingly endless march of food and drug safety scandals in China involves toxic ...
April 23, 2012
Chongqing Mayor Turns Against Ousted Bo Xilai, Tells All
After Bo Xilai, the scandal-troubled former Party chief of China’s central-western megalopolis of Chongqing, was removed from office ...
March 19, 2012
Hong Kongers Protest Beijing’s Manipulation of Election
Chaos, scandals, and protests are preceding Hong Kong’s Chief Executive elections. The two frontrunners, both Beijing-backed, have been ...
March 5, 2012
Who Gets to Control Chongqing and its Wayward Party Boss?
Chinese media reports reveal intense infighting in the Chinese regime’s Politburo Standing Committee.
February 22, 2012
Attempted Defection Reveals Depth of Power Struggle in China
The competition between the factions that run the CCP has gotten deadly serious in the run up to ...
February 14, 2012
Chinese Ambassador to UK: China Not a Communist Country
One would expect that if an overseas emissary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) were asked if he ...
January 30, 2012
Chinese Party Head’s ‘Cultural System Reform’ Foretells More Repression
Hu’s cultural system reform is a Cultural Revolution style campaign to restrict citizens’ rights, analysts say.
January 11, 2012
China Executes 15 Men in One Day, Parades Them Before Execution
The execution and public humiliation of 15 men sentenced to death in a single day in Changsha City, ...
January 2, 2012
Disquieting Peace at Wukan Village
The standoff in Wukan between villagers and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities, which began on Dec. 14 and ...
December 27, 2011
‘Young Enthusiasts’ Guide Chinese Village in Groundbreaking Protests
In an effort to stand up to local Communist Party officials, a group of young activists have harnessed ...
December 21, 2011
12th Tibetan Self-Immolation Occurs Amid Harsh Repression
Tragic news of a twelfth self-immolation case by a Tibetan monk in China this year was published simultaneously ...
December 5, 2011
China’s Real Estate Market at Tipping Point, Analysts Say
China's real estate market is going through its worst decline since the Chinese regime implemented a series of ...
November 22, 2011
Chinese People Paying Ai Weiwei’s Tax Bill
The Chinese regime has put the squeeze on dissident artist Ai Weiwei by sending a tax bill from ...
November 7, 2011
China’s State-Owned Oil Companies Create Oil Shortage, Analysts Say
Since oil prices in China dropped in early October, the two state-owned oil giants, PetroChina and Sinopec, are ...
November 1, 2011
Lending Crisis Stokes Fears of ‘China Economic Model’ Collapse
China's distorted economic model is to blame for the lending crisis faced by privately owned businesses that has ...
October 24, 2011
Income for Local Officials in China Relies on Land, And More Land
The reliance of local Chinese Communist Party officials on land revenues has increased more than 300-fold since 1989, ...
October 6, 2011
Land Grabs in Southern China Trigger 3-Day Riots
Thousands of residents in two Southern Chinese townships took to the streets last week over unfair land expropriation.
September 26, 2011
China’s Microblogs Receive Unfriendly Attention From Regime
Last week, Sina Weibo sent out notices to its 200 million users saying that two reports posted on ...
September 6, 2011
ConocoPhillips Sued Over Oil Spill in China’s Bohai Bay
A Beijing lawyer has filed a precedent-setting environmental lawsuit in China against a Chinese state-owned oil company and ...
August 22, 2011
Train Crash Could be a Turning Point for China
Chinese people have turned an important corner following the deadly bullet train crash, observers say.
August 9, 2011
China’s Inflation Continues Up
China's uncontrolled inflation could result in hard landing.
July 14, 2011
Jiang Zemin’s Absence From Party Anniversary Draws Rumors About Health Problem
Former Chinese regime leader/dictator Jiang Zemin was absent from the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) 90th anniversary celebrations.
July 3, 2011
China in Red Frenzy Ahead of Party Anniversary
All across China, local government cadres are in a frenzy, drilling people in singing Mao era "red songs."
June 28, 2011
A Chinese Internet Without Censorship… Only for Foreigners
Chongqing, a large city in south-western China most well-known for the antics of its neo-Maoist boss Bo Xilai, ...
June 21, 2011
A Wave of Independent Candidates Make Chinese Authorities Nervous
Candidates are attempting to gain audiences and be elected as representatives in these local People's Congresses.
June 8, 2011
Dead Livestock Litter Parts of Central China After Flood
In Violent Chicago, Young Men Brave Bullets to Reach Summer Safe Havens
Missouri Governor Pardons Couple Who Pointed Guns at Protesters
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Judge Temporarily Blocks Texas Order Limiting Transportation of Illegal Aliens
Isabel van Brugen
Top Arizona Senator Asks State AG to Investigate Maricopa County Over Subpoena Resistance
CDC Announces New Order to Ban Evictions for 60 Days for Most of US
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Documents Reveal ‘One-Stop Fetal Tissue Shop’ at University of Pittsburgh
Sling Shots Defend Against Terrorists’ AK 47s in Nigeria’s Plateau State
Engineer Who Intercepted Chinese TV Broadcast Arrested Again After 13 Years in Prison
University of South Carolina Drops Mask Mandate After AG Says It Violates State Order