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Millions of Tons of Chinese Grain Poisoned by Heavy Metals
Large tracts of Chinese agricultural land, and rice and other grains, are contaminated with heavy metals like lead.
February 10, 2013
During Chinese New Year, Traps for Travelers Abound
Around this time every year China undergoes a massive internal migration, but travelers need to be careful.
February 6, 2013
Outrage After Communist Party Official Rewrites Paper’s Editorial
Editors in China are furious at a propaganda official's changes to a New Year's editorial at a well-known ...
January 6, 2013
Thousands of Shanghai Residents Demand Officials Declare Assets
Anti-corruption activists gathered at government buildings in Shanghai to protest against corruption on Dec. 12.
December 15, 2012
Top 10 Fears of Chinese People
Baidu Knows recently published a survey of the top 10 fears of the Chinese people.
November 30, 2012
Chinese Officials Steal Pregnant Woman’s Fetus, Reproductive Organs
Chinese officials forced an eight-month pregnant woman, from Honghu in Hubei Province, into induced labor. The officials took ...
July 4, 2012
Call to Remove Zhou Appears On Chinese Web Portal
An article with a headline that details top CCP officials demanding security czar Zhou Yongkang's ouster appeared on ...
May 18, 2012
Wukan Unrest Spreads to Neighboring Village
The showdown between villagers and local officials in the locked-down village of Wukan inspired a neighboring village to ...
December 17, 2011
Patient in Southern China Allegedly Dumped Beside Dumpster
A Chinese medicine hospital in Hunan Province in southern China, allegedly dumped an unidentifiable patient next to a ...
December 6, 2011
Xinhua Blog Shines Unflattering Light on Propaganda Agency
A post on Xinhua's blog signed “just one of the Party's dogs,” has gone viral in Chinese cyberspace.
November 9, 2011
Teenage Victim of China’s Rail Crash Pleads for Help
A teenager who lost one of her legs, and both her parents, in the high-speed rail collision in ...
August 31, 2011
Chinese Authorities Threaten Founder of Human Rights Website
The champion of parents of schoolchildren killed in the Sichuan earthquake in 2008 is being hounded by the ...
August 11, 2011
After Japan Earthquake Some Chinese Netizens Cheer, Some Cry
In the wake of the deadly Japanese earthquake and tsunami, the Chinese blogosphere has been polarized in response.
March 17, 2011
Hopeful Dissidents Petition for an End to Forced Re-education through Labor
An informal group of Chinese dissidents has published an online petition calling for an end to the Chinese ...
August 26, 2010
Three Gorges Dam’s Flood-Control Function Questioned
Severe flooding has put in question the flood-control function of China's controversial water-control project.
July 25, 2010
Blind Lawyer Denied Medical Treatment in Chinese Prison
Blind human rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng, who was imprisoned after exposing government violence in forced abortions in 2005, ...
October 18, 2009
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Biden Vows to Hold China Accountable Amid Questions Over Son’s Business Dealings
CCP to Blame for COVID-19 Pandemic, Peter Navarro Says
Texas Beats 2016 Turnout 4 Days Before Election Day
Navarro Says ‘Arc of Toughness’ on China to Continue Under a Second Trump Administration
Biden and Trump Focus on Midwestern Battlegrounds in Final Push
Exclusive: Peter Navarro — Hollywood and NBA ‘Useful Idiots’ for Chinese Communist Party
Ivanka Trump Says She Is ‘Unapologetically’ Pro-Life
Trump, Biden Publish Dueling Fox News Op-eds Focusing on Economic Recovery