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Frank Fang is a Taiwan-based journalist. He covers news in China and Taiwan. He holds a master's degree in materials science from Tsinghua University in Taiwan.
Party Members Made to Renounce Their Sworn Relatives
They gathered in a local public plaza on the morning of July 22. Raising clenched right fists, 50 ...
July 27, 2015
Wei Jingsheng, Father of Chinese Democracy Movement, Supports Campaign to Prosecute Former Party Chief
Several Chinese lawyers, scholars, and dissidents have recently announced their support for a campaign by Chinese citizens to ...
July 22, 2015
Chinese Officials Responsible for Poisoned Milk Powder Get New Jobs
Cadres who show their willingness to be sacrificed by the Communist Party get a second chance after being ...
July 20, 2015
Esteemed Chinese Editor Quits Amid Political Pressure, but It’s Unclear Who’s Behind the Pressure
The editor of a well-known liberal political magazine in China stepped down recently, the culmination of years of ...
July 19, 2015
Legal Complaint Against Beijing’s Tsinghua University Highlights Campus Torture Site
Sixteen years after being subjected to struggle sessions, Tsinghua students demand justice.
July 18, 2015
Worried by Arrests, Chinese Lawyers Pen Touching Letters to Family
In a brief letter dated July 11, lawyer Xu Lin, a native of the southern China province of ...
July 15, 2015
Head Jailor of Chinese Prison Finds Himself in the Party’s Shackles
The highest prosecuting body in a southern province of China has detained local prison management bureau chief Zhong ...
July 14, 2015
Chinese Man Kills Wife for Stock Losses
Even after the recent stabilization of the Chinese stock market—the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index rose for the second ...
July 10, 2015
Over 80 Victims of China’s State Repression, Now in New York, Sue for Justice
A woman with oil poured into her eyes to keep her in sleepless torment. A mother whose son ...
July 9, 2015
Stock Market Plunge in China Becomes Litmus Test of Political Loyalty
Newspapers in China are banned from reporting suicides due to the stock market crash, and are instead only ...
July 7, 2015
Female Lawyer Is Hauled From Courtroom in Political Case in China
Wang Yu was “tossed out like a bag onto the street” while attempting to represent her client.
July 7, 2015
Why the Party Has No Party Line on Lawsuits Against Former Chinese Leader
With no guidance from the top, officials around China are filling in the blanks themselves.
July 6, 2015
Notices Calling for Prosecution of Ex-Leader Pop Up Across China
Since the beginning of June, dull-colored public lamp posts in China have been given a bright political edge.
July 5, 2015
Congress Could Condemn Organ Harvesting in China With New Resolution
As Chinese medical officials tell citizens to forget about the past, Congress calls for an investigation into China’s ...
July 1, 2015
Hire a Fake Chinese Student to Go to College for You
College students in China have all sorts of reasons to skip classes—multiple overnight work shifts, hangovers, or marathon ...
June 29, 2015
Where’s the Rule of Law in China’s Courts?
In China, trials involving prisoners of conscience are little more than Kafkaesque exercises in authoritarian skulduggery.
June 26, 2015
Probe Into Electricity Chief May Foreshadow Downfall of Former Powerful Party Official
An investigation into the head of China's largest state-owned electric utilities company could signal the beginning of the ...
June 25, 2015
How a Chinese Official Used ‘Rule of Law’ to Get His Way
Though appealing to higher authorities is a time-honored practice from Imperial China, now it is little more than ...
June 18, 2015
‘Unprecedented’: Former Chinese Official on Campaign to Sue Former Dictator
The highest Chinese courts are acknowledging citizen lawsuits against an ex-regime leader, a historic phenomenon, says a former ...
June 17, 2015
Chinese Language Epoch Times Wins Ippies Award for Design
The Chinese-language edition of Epoch Times won a design award for ethnic media in New York.
June 16, 2015
Why China’s New Regulation on Lawsuits Won’t Make China Any Freer
Legal experts have doubts as to whether the new legislation will have much relevance in a system where ...
June 14, 2015
After the Zhou Yongkang Sentence, Who’s Next?
If Xi Jinping’s campaign of political cleansing is to deepen, Jiang and Zeng would be the final targets.
June 11, 2015
Chinese Officials, Arbiters of Repression, Now Seek Aid From the Lawyers Who Defended Their Victims
Although practitioners of the Chinese spiritual discipline Falun Gong, persecuted by regime authorities, are often hard-pressed to find ...
June 8, 2015
Taiwan President Nominee Looks to New York for Inspiration
Tsai Ing-Wen, presidential nominee of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party, met with supporters at the Marriott Hotel in Brooklyn, ...
June 7, 2015
The Subtle Brainwashing of China’s Post-Tiananmen Generation
Young Chinese are frequently bombarded with the adage that “all crows under the sun are black, and every ...
June 5, 2015
Forced Abortion Quota Meets Entrepreneurialism in Rural China
Communist cadres in Shandong Province found that they could outsource the paperwork associated with forced abortions to business-wise ...
June 2, 2015
China’s Military Has Been in a Funk For a Decade: Chinese General
The purging of corrupt officials has helped to boost the Chinese army’s morale, says a Chinese general.
May 31, 2015
Consumer Sentiment Falls to 10-Year Low on Omicron, Inflation Woes
Couple Arrested, Charged With Using Fake Vaccine Cards to Enter Buffalo Bills Game
Pennsylvania Court Strikes Down ‘No-Excuse’ Mail-In Voting Law
Irishman Richard O’Halloran Allowed to Return Home From China After Three Years
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Nadal, Medvedev to Meet in History-Making Australian Final
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EU Approves Pfizer’s COVID-19 Pill for Adults at Risk of Severe Disease
Do Robots Create or Kill Jobs?
Fed’s Favorite Inflation Gauge Jumps Again, Shows Price Pressures Stuck in High Gear