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More Foxconn Suicides, Workers Report Little Change in Conditions
Shocking allegations on the Internet state that not all of these cases at Foxconn Chengdu were suicides, saying ...
July 23, 2012
Filthy Tap Water Flows Persistently in Guangdong
Long-suffering locals don't dare to drink their tapwater.
June 18, 2012
Easier Registration For Social Organizations Might Pave Way for China’s Political Reform
Political parties, human rights organizations, and other groups that are normally suppressed—often violently—in China, will now be allowed ...
May 15, 2012
Chinese Cabbages Dipped in Chemicals to ‘Guarantee freshness’
Media reports and interviews with farmers indicate that a carcinogenic chemical has been used in China to preserve ...
May 7, 2012
Birth Defects in China Jump 70 Percent in 15 Years
In China the birth defect rate has jumped from 8.77 per 1,000 in 1996, to 15 per 1,000 ...
October 4, 2011
Another Fire at PetroChina Refinery in Dalian Has Citizens on Edge
A huge fire at China's state-owned PetroChina Co. refinery in Dalian has disaster-weary residents on edge.
August 29, 2011
After 380 Days of Suffering, Kindergarten Teacher Released From Chinese Labor Camp
A kind and gentle kindergarten teacher suffered 380 days of abuse before being released from a Chinese labor ...
July 23, 2011
Shoddy Urban Drainage System Causes China’s Serious Flooding
"After mastering a certain level of scientific skill, people should study the laws of nature, exercise self-restraint, and ...
June 29, 2011
Aging Victims of Cultural Revolution Still Battling for Benefits
Between 1963 and 1966, the Shanghai city government sent over 100,000 young people, to the remote Gobi Desert.
May 7, 2011
Beijing AIDS Petitioners, Assaulted and Driven Away by Police
About 60 AIDS patients in Beijing were assaulted and expelled from the premises by the Chinese police.
November 29, 2010
New Chinese Social Insurance Law May Not Be as Effective as It Sounds
commentators and citizens are skeptical that China's new Social Insurance will lead to any real changes.
November 10, 2010
Cholera Outbreak Reported in South China
An outbreak of cholera in a county in Anhui Province, beginning Aug. 16, had infected 33 people as ...
September 2, 2010
Mudslide in Southwest China, At Least 60 Dead
“There are natural disasters and man-made calamities, and this [recent mudslide] is a case of both of them."
August 18, 2010
Unannounced Reservoir Discharge Causes Unknown Death Toll in Jilin
Local residents disagree with official casualty counts and other statements made by officials.
August 10, 2010
Cleaning Up Oil in Dalian a Slow Process
After a pipeline explosion that led to at least 1,500 tons of crude oil gushing into the sea ...
July 26, 2010
Train Derailment in China, 19 Known Dead
A landslide in eastern China's Jiangxi Province derailed a train full of tourists, killing at least 19.
May 23, 2010
House Takes First Step to Passing Funding for Humanitarian Crisis at Border
Jimmy Carter Compliments President Trump for Showing Restraint on Iran
US Holocaust Museum Speaks Out Against ‘Concentration Camp’ Comparisons
Concern About Chinese Media Grows in Africa
, Special to The Epoch Times
Trump Orders Disclosure of Hospital Prices
Google Stealthily Infuses Political Agenda Into Products to Prevent Trump Reelection, Insiders, Documents Say
Supreme Court Overturns Ban on Trademarking Immoral or Scandalous Words
Beijing Hints at Hardline Stance for Upcoming Trump–Xi G-20 Meeting
Witness Speaks Out on Organ Harvesting Taking Place in China
, The Epoch Times
US Imposes Sanctions on Iranian Regime Leader, Military Commanders