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A Summary of the Nearly Million Officials Disciplined Under Xi Jinping
Chinese leader Xi Jinping has been relentless in his pursuit of corrupt officials within the Chinese Communist Party, ...
October 5, 2017
Chinese Regime Still Grappling With Corrupt Officials Fleeing Abroad
Corrupt officials are a big headache for the Chinese Communist Party. They drain the country of money and ...
October 3, 2017
Insider Exposes the Selling of Officer Positions in Chinese Military
An Insider recently revealed the rampant buying and selling of officer positions in the Chinese military, according to ...
January 24, 2015
Member of Chinese Business Elite Calls for an End to Internet Blockade
Well known Chinese real estate mogul Pan Shiyi calls for an end to China’s Internet censorship.
December 15, 2014
Key Ally of Former Leader Jiang Zemin Losing Influence
Small details show that power is flowing away from a key figure in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ...
November 2, 2014
Delay in China’s State Television Gala Raises Eyebrows
The delay in an announcement of the director for next year's China Central Television New Year Gala has ...
September 15, 2014
Older Officials Not Invited to the Party, Excluded From Deng Anniversary
They’re called “yuanlao” in Chinese: retired Party leaders who retain influence over contemporary politics. It’s a tradition dating ...
August 25, 2014
Six Seniors in China Commit Suicide to Avoid New Cremation Policy
According to a new law in one Chinese province, everyone will be cremated after death, ground burials are ...
June 12, 2014
Severe Smog Covers Large Areas of China, Emergency Rooms Full
Large areas of China, including Beijing, are shrouded in heavy smog, while respiratory emergency rooms are overcrowded.
February 28, 2014
Death Toll Rises For China’s Latest Earthquake
The death toll from Monday’s earthquake near the city of Dingxi in China’s northwest Gansu Province continues to ...
July 25, 2013
Corrupt Chinese Policeman’s Last Words: ‘All That Happened Is Retribution’
Wang Zhengzhong profited greatly from his work as a policeman in China, but died at a relatively young ...
July 23, 2013
Chinese Credit Union Fakes Debtors’ Deaths
A new investigative report reveals it is common practice among Chinese credit unions to write off loans to ...
April 9, 2013
Bird Flu Death Toll Rises Alongside Censored Online Comments
A seventh person infected with H7N9 bird flu has died in China, according to official figures. Censorship of ...
April 9, 2013
Beijing and Surrounding Areas Reel From Too Many People
A new report covering the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region shows that China's capital cannot support its current population.
April 1, 2013
China’s One-Child Policy May Be Relaxed Province by Province
A two-child family planning policy is being considered for some well-off regions in China.
March 5, 2013
Jackie Chan Spotted With Chinese Military Perks
Kung Fu celebrity Jackie Chan has been photographed using a luxury car with Chinese military license plates, prior ...
March 4, 2013
Landslide Buries Five in Southwest China
At least five people, including two children, were killed in a landslide near a coal mine in southwestern ...
February 20, 2013
Netizens Link Earthquake in China to Divine Retribution
An earthquake that struck close to the site of a known concentration camp in China was seen by ...
January 24, 2013
Young Landlady With 11 Properties Raises Eyebrows on Chinese Internet
A reporter from Hong Kong has begun exposing a 21-year-old who is alleged to have 11 properties in ...
December 31, 2012
Chinese Politburo Member Accused of Nepotism
Politburo member Li Jianguo has been accused of favoring a nephew in previous years, news that comes out ...
December 17, 2012
Chinese KFC Chicken Supplier in Feed Scandal
KFC Chickens in China are being fed chemicals that are so toxic it even kills the flies that ...
November 28, 2012
Record Blizzard Slams Northern China
Over the past several days, a blizzard hit much of northern China, snarling public transportation, cutting power, and ...
November 13, 2012
Chinese Civil Service Applicants Vie for Government Jobs
Applications for China’s 2013 civil service exam are thought to have exceeded 1.5 million this year.
October 29, 2012
Chinese Police Shoot Farmer Who Tried to Defend Home
Police killed a farmer after he got into an altercation with local officials who were trying to confiscate ...
September 24, 2012
Bird Flu Outbreaks Reported Around China
Outbreaks of H5N1 avian influenza, better known as bird flu, have occurred across China this year.
September 24, 2012
Seven Dead After Floods Hit China’s Sichuan Province
Torrential rains swept over southwestern China’s Sichuan Province on Sept. 9 and 10, killing at least seven people ...
September 13, 2012
Frequent Bridge Collapses Help Boost China’s GDP
Not one state official was held responsible or charged with negligence for the last 12 bridge collapses in ...
September 12, 2012
Coalition Seeks to Expose Communist Infiltration of Democratic Party
Christopher C. Hull
British Prime Minister Theresa May Resigns
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