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Victims of P2P Lending Crash Hold Simultaneous Protests Across China
Local security forces in 17 cities across China sprang into action on Oct. 1, when large numbers of ...
October 4, 2018
Dozens of Youth in Wuhan, China Disappear Without a Trace
A parent’s worst fear is hearing that something bad has happened to their child. Even more terrifying is ...
October 3, 2017
China High-speed Railway Project Land Grab Triggers Protest
Thirteen villagers from Fenglin town in China’s Hubei Prvince where beaten by hired tugs and injured on March ...
March 23, 2015
Close Jiang Zemin Ally, Former Nanjing Mayor, Indicted for Bribery
The former mayor of Nanjing, the capital of eastern China’s Jiangsu Province, was indicted for taking bribery, according ...
December 18, 2014
Police Clash With 10,000 Seeking to Stop Construction of Medical Center in Southern China
Townspeople in southern China fearing a new medical center would spread disease protested the facility and clashed with ...
November 20, 2014
China Suffers Drought, Water Shortage
This summer has been one of the hottest in decades in Jilin Province, China, and several counties are ...
August 17, 2014
China’s Restaurant Industry Faces Hard Times
China's restaurant industry is hit by hard times with rising costs and bankruptcies sharply up.
September 9, 2013
China’s State-Run Media Tout Toxic Chemical
Crowds of protesters in four different Chinese cities have tried to keep production of the chemical known as ...
June 30, 2013
Parents in China’s Hainan Province Accuse School Principal of Molesting Daughters
Parents of six primary school girls in China’s Hainan Province, say their daughters were drugged and sexually molested ...
May 17, 2013
Harsh City Law Enforcers Draw Public Ire
The Chinese public is becoming increasingly intolerant of heavy-handed law enforcers in cities.
March 27, 2013
Cosmic Cupid Calls Couples to Unite
The special date of 12-12-12 saw more than 30,000 Chinese couples tie the knot in a matrimonial and ...
December 14, 2012
Authorities Block Discussion of Killing at Chinese University
Performer attacked with hammer during college recital, officials deny incident.
June 13, 2010
Villager Turns Violent to Halt Forced Demolition
In Central China's Henan Province, a villager killed six people and injured more than 20 by driving his ...
June 3, 2010
Beijing Sees New Wave of Petitioning Against Judicial Injustice
Several hundred petitioners gathered in front of the Supreme People's Court in Beijing on May 24.
May 27, 2010
Shaanxi School Murder Reports Curtailed
“Information is blocked. Reports are forbidden. Roads have been blocked since yesterday."
May 16, 2010
Case of Death in Police Custody Still Alive 10 Years On
Apparent police brutality resulting in the death of a young woman was revealed on Chinese Internet forums recently.
May 15, 2010
Sixth School Killing in China in Under Two Months
A cleaver-wielding man broke into a kindergarten killing nine and injuring eleven before committing suicide.
May 12, 2010
Riot Police and Strikers Clash at Jiangsu Manufacturing Plant
Thousands of striking workers clashed with over 300 riot policemen at manufacturing company in Jiangsu Province.
January 18, 2010
Villagers and Police Clash Over Forced Demolition of Homes
Fierce, bloody battle erupted between 100 villagers and several hundred police on Oct. 30 in southern China.
November 10, 2009
Student Dies as H1N1 Breaks Out in Beijing
A freshman from the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics died of H1N1 flu on October 27.
November 3, 2009
A Homeless Man’s Organs Harvested and His Body Abandoned
A body, identified as a local homeless man, was found in a reservoir near the Weishe Township of ...
September 9, 2009
Petitioner Raped in Beijing, Police Try to Make Case Go Away
The man who raped a petitioner detained at a "black jail" in Beijing turned himself in on August ...
August 14, 2009
Consumer Reveals Fraudulent Conduct in Chinese Telecom Industry
A Chinese consumer advocate charges that telecommunications companies in China collude to defraud their customers.
August 14, 2009
Rural Petitioner Raped by Guard in Beijing
A female petitioner was raped by a guard at a “black jail” in Beijing on August 4.
August 7, 2009
Hundreds Protest at Beijing South Railway Station
Nearly 500 petitioners gathered at the Beijing South Railway Station on July 7 to protest the authorities' persistent ...
July 11, 2009
Protest Against Suppression of Human Rights Lawyers
Beijing citizens protested the disbarment of human rights lawyers prior to the anniversary of the Tiananmen square Massacre.
June 22, 2009
Beijing Authorities Ignoring Justice for Lawyers Beaten by Police
After Beijing lawyers Li Chunfu and Zhang Kai handled the case of Jiang Xiqing, a Falun Gong practitioner ...
May 25, 2009
Florida Governor Introduces Replacement for Common Core School Standards
Yale Drops Introductory Art History Course as ‘Overwhelmingly White’
Kobe Bryant’s 13-Year-Old Daughter Gianna Also Died in Crash: NBA Commissioner
New York Shops Must Accept Cash, City Council Rules
Davos 2020 Displays Division on Climate, Sustainability
China Desperate to Contain Coronavirus With More Travel Restrictions, Regulations
Dershowitz: House Managers ‘Completely Failed’ to Make Case for Trump’s Impeachment
Coronavirus Live Updates: China Official Death Toll Increases to 80 With 2,744 Infected
Factory Price Data Flags Rebound in Manufacturing and ‘Broader Economic Pickup’: Expert
World, Sports Figures React to Kobe Bryant’s Sudden Death