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China’s Reputation as ‘The World’s Factory’ Fades
China’s reputation as “world’s factory” is fading as the industry faces a harsh downturn. An increasing wave of ...
January 11, 2015
Bottled Water in China Worse Than Tap Water
Media exposure of bottled water standards in China revealed that the quality is far worse than tap water.
May 12, 2013
Housing Market Slows in China’s First-Tier Cities
Following new cooling off policies by China’s State Council, the rapidly inflating real estate market in major cities ...
May 5, 2013
China Bubble Appears Close to Bursting
Market analysts believe China's economy has entered a debt crisis similar to the subprime mortgage risk that preceded ...
May 1, 2013
Tabbed for Organ Harvesting at Masanjia
Sometimes practitioners of Falun Gong would disappear from Masanjia Women’s Forced Labor Camp without a trace. Their clothes ...
April 29, 2013
Chinese People Lack Faith in Communist Party, Survey Finds
An online poll by a Chinese state media showed people have low confidence in the Communist Party's leadership ...
April 26, 2013
Woman Recounts Torture in Most Notorious Labor Camp in China
One Falun Gong practitioner recently told The Epoch Times about what she saw and suffered at the notorious ...
April 17, 2013
Money Printing Binge Endangers China’s Economy, Experts Say
Money printing by China's central bank is a cause of economic instability, experts say.
April 15, 2013
China’s High Corporate Debt Signals Imminent Crisis
The debt owed by China’s corporations, in bonds and short-term loans, exceeds the GDP by over 50 percent, ...
April 12, 2013
Heavy Metal Pollution Threatens China’s Rice Industry
Heavy metal contamination of farmlands is preventing rice sales in Hunan, China’s No. 1 rice-growing province, and is ...
April 3, 2013
China’s Debt Crisis Looms, Economists Say
A well-known economist in Hong Kong has said that China is quickly approaching an economic meltdown.
March 26, 2013
Urbanization May Offer False Economic Hope for China
Investing over US$6 trillion over the next ten years to increase urbanization in China is being touted as ...
March 12, 2013
China’s Sina Dominates Weibo by Faking Followers
Chinese online media company Sina says it has 500 million members on its Twitter-like platform called Weibo. But ...
February 23, 2013
China Rail Ministry Forced to Ramp Up Prices
Heavy debt pressure due to poor investment decisions by the Chinese Ministry of Railways is leading another rise ...
February 21, 2013
Chinese Firm Workers Demand Layoffs After Confidential Buyout
After a buyout, struggling recruitment website ChinaHR.com has laid off over half its employees, and the remaining workers ...
February 4, 2013
China’s $3 Trillion in Foreign Reserves: A Blessing or Curse?
China’s perceived economic invincibility often rests on the fact that the People’s Bank of China has accumulated $3 ...
February 4, 2013
China’s Property Market, Is it Going Up or Down?
China's real estate market is displaying two opposite extremes.
January 19, 2013
The Truth about China’s GDP Growth
The headline GDP figures released by Chinese officialdom don't reflect real growth rates, according to experts and economists.
January 10, 2013
A Plea From Chinese Labor Camp Also Reached Austria
The recent case of a plea for help from a labor camp in China, discovered in a Halloween ...
January 9, 2013
Chief of Top Chinese Bank Arrested for Corruption
Tao Liming, head of China's sixth largest commercial bank, was arrested for corruption recently.
January 7, 2013
China Predicts 50 Percent Deficit Increase in 2013
China’s state-run media have reported that the state deficit is estimated to increase by 400 billion yuan this ...
January 3, 2013
Chinese Regime Tries to Secretly Hush Falun Gong Case
Communist officials in northeastern China have approached the daughter of a Falun Gong practitioner that was tortured to ...
January 2, 2013
Game Over for China’s Photovoltaic Manufacturers
What was always rumored is now official. Chinese producers of photovoltaic (PV) products, such as solar cells, used ...
December 30, 2012
Inventory Sky High at Chinese Property Companies
Chinese developers have built up record inventories of unsold homes, and while demand has slowed, companies need to ...
December 13, 2012
Wenzhou Housing Suffers Crushing Price Drop
Once China’s most popular hub for real estate investment, the coastal city of Wenzhou has seen a significant ...
December 10, 2012
China Losing Orders, and Jobs, to South East Asia
Rising costs will bring the demise of China as "factory for the world" within 5 to 10 years, ...
December 3, 2012
China State Council Increases Payouts for Land Grabs
In an effort to quell growing public resentment over land seizures, China’s State Council on Nov. 28 passed ...
November 30, 2012
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2 Florida Banks Close Trump’s Accounts
Treasury, IRS to Find 8 Million Households yet to Claim COVID-19 Stimulus
Mimi Nguyen Ly
India and China Wage a War of Words About a Chinese Village on Indian Land
, Epoch Times
Sen. Wyden Condemns Inauguration Day Riots in Home State, Oregon
Dems, Union Leaders Cheer Biden’s Firing of National Labor Relations Board Lawyer
Trump Impeachment Trial Will Start Week of Feb. 8: Schumer
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Indoor Dining to Resume in Michigan, DC Restaurants at 25 Percent Capacity
3 Governors Order Their Troops Back From DC
Biden Still Against Ending Filibuster, Says Press Secretary