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Former Mayor of Chongqing, Once Chased Away, Returns
Bo Xilai became the secretary of Chongqing Municipal Committee in November 2007. At the end of 2009, Wang ...
December 3, 2012
Why the Chinese Regime’s Hu Jintao Smiled
The usually somber Hu kept smiling at a reception, while the rest of the Standing Committee members were ...
October 2, 2012
Chinese Regime’s First Aircraft Carrier Not Ready, Say Experts
China officially put its first aircraft carrier into service Tuesday, according to China’s Defense Ministry.
September 25, 2012
Party Head at Beijing Daily Shunted After Leaders Meeting
The Party secretary of the Beijing Daily was ousted as political payback after undermining the leadership earlier this ...
August 19, 2012
New Beijing Head Allied to Hu Jintao
An ally of Chinese Communist Party head Hu Jintao has been appointed to the highest position in the ...
July 5, 2012
Behind the CCP’s ‘Tsinghua Clique’
Many of the major players in the CCP are graduates of Tsinghua University, including both the current Chinese ...
June 22, 2012
Chinese Regime’s Tug-of-War Over Free Speech
While China’s Premier demands more “truth telling,” the Central Propaganda Department tightens its grip on media.
June 19, 2012
Chen Guangcheng’s Nephew Targeted by Security Forces
The nephew of Chen Guangcheng has reportedly been detained by Chinese security forces.
May 7, 2012
Chinese Railway Reform at Dead End, Says Former Engineer
A former engineer with the Chinese Ministry of Railways is criticizing part of China’s newest plan for economic ...
April 4, 2012
Chinese Live Bear Bile Extraction Company Seeks IPO
A Chinese company, in the controversial business of extracting bile from live bears, wants to issue stocks.
March 2, 2012
China’s Risky Skyscraper Extravaganza
In recent years skyscrapers have been shooting up across China, claiming many "tallest building" titles. Presently more than ...
January 31, 2012
Violent Response to Fresh Protests in Southern China
The Communist Party’s response was a stark contrast to the recent conciliatory approach in Wukan: they dispatched riot ...
December 21, 2011
Chinese Economy Reaches Crossroads
Choosing between continued growth, or curbing inflation has become a tough choice for China's top party leaders.
December 12, 2011
Chinese Regime Defends its Tax Burden
Even the tax money actually used for public expenditures is spent on things that don't serve the public.
November 27, 2011
Chinese Megalopolis Shuts Down Walmart, Detains Staff
Authorities in the southwestern Chinese city of Chongqing have expanded political boss Bo Xilai's "hitting the black" campaign ...
October 13, 2011
Deep in Debt, Chinese Builders Risk Bankruptcy
As credit tightens in China, real estate is feeling the pinch, and the debts of builders are going ...
October 6, 2011
Soaring Rents a Growing Concern for Average Chinese
Owning a home is out for the majority of Chinese citizens, soaring rents have also become a cause ...
September 17, 2011
China’s Local Government Debt Mounts
During the 2008 GFC the regime launched a 4 trillion yuan fiscal stimulus package, which generated about half ...
August 28, 2011
Why China’s RMB Must Appreciate Further
Continuing its 22 percent appreciation over the past six years, China's currency, the renminbi (RMB) reached 6.4495 per ...
July 27, 2011
China’s New High-Speed Rail Plagued by Power Outages
The high-speed heading south towards Shanghai had to stop halfway in Shandong province.
July 12, 2011
PetroChina’s Pollution Clean-Up Pushed Onto Taxpayers
PetroChina's Pollution-Clean-Up Pushed onto Taxpayers
June 12, 2011
Exorbitant Highway Tolls Hurt China’s Economy
Truckers barely break even and vegetables are rotting in the fields due to China's high transportation costs.
May 16, 2011
China to Raise Tax on Rare Earth Metals
A huge new tax hike on rare earth metals intended to create revenue for the state may backfire ...
March 29, 2011
China’s Drinking Water Crisis
The quality of China's tap water was raised on World Water Day. More than one third of China's ...
March 27, 2011
Chinese Apparel Industry Blindsided by Higher Costs
China's apparel market faces a decidedly less robust future as the age of low prices resulting from cheap ...
March 4, 2011
Bear Bile Extraction Condemned in China
Chinese rights groups have opposed the financial expansion of a company that extracts the bile from bears, and ...
February 24, 2011
LIVE UPDATES: June 16 March Gets Underway Early in Hong Kong,
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Beijing Doubts Hong Kong Leader’s Capabilities After Extradition Bill Fallout
Opposition Mounting Against Hong Kong Leader After Extradition Bill Suspended But Not Withdrawn
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Activists Call for Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam to Resign After She Suspends Extradition Bill
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Hong Kong Leader Suspends Extradition Bill, Opponents Want Full Withdrawal
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Trump’s Administration Finalizes Health Care Rule
Congress Holds Hearing to Mark 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Man Arrested After Trying to Jump White House Fence: Secret Service
Trump Hits Biden For Switching Longheld Views: ‘He Has Recalibrated on Everything’
‘I Can’t Even Explain How Sick I Was:’ 47 People Got Ill During One Trip to Dominican Republic