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The Curious Case of the Gel-Injected Shrimp From China
Ms. Yang in the southern China port city of Guangzhou bought six high priced giant tiger prawns in ...
May 1, 2019
In Washington D.C., A Vigil for the Persecuted
WASHINGTON—Wearing large glasses with her hair tied in a ponytail, 29-year-old Li Pushen looks like an average Chinese university ...
July 19, 2016
Rally on Capitol Hill Calls for End to Persecution of Falun Gong
WASHINGTON—On July 14, hundreds gathered on the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol to raise awareness about and ...
July 14, 2016
Pictures: The Great Flood of China
In recent weeks, torrential rains have resulted in massive flooding throughout central, southern and eastern China. Millions of ...
July 12, 2016
5 Examples of China’s ‘Weird Architecture’
China's architectural curiosities have been the subject of avant-garde interest, dismay, ridicule, and more recently, indications by the ...
July 12, 2016
Kidnapping, Poisoning of Captured Pets and Strays Leads to Tainted Dog and Cat Meat in Chinese Markets
Two years ago, a man surnamed Zhang living in eastern China discovered the body of his missing dog ...
July 4, 2016
Controversy Erupts Over Plans to Build World’s Largest Chinatown in Korea
Pyeongtaek, a major port on South Korea's western coast, is a logistics hub near Seoul, the capital, and ...
July 3, 2016
A Chinese Love for Weddings in Japan Is Saving the Local Market
In a small church in the island community of Onna, Okinawa, Mr. Zhao and his bride step out ...
June 29, 2016
Protesting Chinese Waste Plant, Tens of Thousands Clash With Armed Riot Police
Local authorities in Hubei Province, faced with tens of thousands of demonstrators protesting the proposed construction of a ...
June 28, 2016
Fearing Purges, Chinese Officials Seek Japanese Nationality for Their Children Through Surrogate Mothers
In the years since Xi Jinping became leader of China, his administration has been in the process of ...
June 24, 2016
The Athletic Tracks That Are Poisoning China’s Kids
On May 21, many students at a school in the southeastern Chinese city of Wenzhou began to suffer ...
June 23, 2016
Developing: China’s ‘Democracy Village’ Under Renewed Threats From Regime
Wukan, the community in southern China that made headlines five years ago when its democratically-elected leadership successfully stood ...
June 22, 2016
Fans Angered by Shanghai Disney’s ‘Chinese’ Makeover of Lion King
A Mandarin-language theater production of "The Lion King" premiered June 14 at the newly-opened Shanghai Disneyland, the first ...
June 22, 2016
Instead of Kindergarten, Parents of 4-Year-Old Girl Send Her Backpacking Across China
Instead of spending the hot Chinese summer enjoying ice cream and air conditioning like her friends, four-year-old Wen ...
June 19, 2016
Mother Posts Baby for Sale on Chinese Internet, Tells Police It’s a Joke
Chinese police were alerted to a June 12 report of a healthy baby body being offered for sale ...
June 16, 2016
Thousand-Strong Crowd Pursues Chinese Official After He Runs Down Family of Three
A fatal traffic accident on June 10 in the city of Shantou, southern China, turned into a bloody ...
June 14, 2016
Barred From Education by Draconian Chinese Policy, Young Woman Self-Studies Her Way to Purdue
While nine million Chinese sat for the college placement exams on June 7 that would, in many cases, ...
June 13, 2016
Chinese Policeman Forces Two Girls into Patrol Car, Tells Them They’ll ‘Enjoy’ Being Locked Up With Criminals and HIV-Positives
the young women were arrested for not carrying ID.
June 10, 2016
Propaganda Alleges Deceased Chinese Official’s Simple Lifestyle, Meets With Online Mockery
With the sudden passing of a deputy mayor and Communist Party in western China, the state-run media may ...
June 7, 2016
China’s Family Planning Officials Feeling the Absence of ‘Social Support Fees’ From Defunct One Child Policy
While reforms made to China's infamous one child policy have made it legal to have two children per ...
June 2, 2016
Student Who Died in China Factory Explosion Was Forced to Work There by His Professor
Following the death of a young graduate student in a Shanghai factory explosion, Chinese public attention has closed ...
June 1, 2016
Chinese Father Self-Immolates After Beijing School Denies His Son Attendance Because of Their Residential Background
As a migrant worker from China's countryside living in Beijing, Mr. Liu had tried everything to meet the ...
May 31, 2016
4 Ancient Chinese Villages (That Are Still Around Today)
Due to a long history of invasions, famines, civil wars, and more recently, destructive communist social campaigns and ...
May 29, 2016
Meet China’s ‘Divorce Village’
On May 19, the 79-year-old Mr. Yuan, along with his two sons, of southwest China, filed their applications ...
May 29, 2016
Schoolchildren in Remote Chinese Village Climb 2600-Foot Cliffs to Get to and From School
It sounds like something our grandparents might say to remind us how easy modern life is, but for ...
May 27, 2016
Law-Abiding Chinese Man Discovers His ‘Criminal Record’
In 2011, Chen Junjie (roughly "Jwin-jyeh"), an average, law-abiding Chinese citizen, had been living the coastal province of ...
May 20, 2016
Man Wrongly Diagnosed With AIDS Lives Like a Prisoner for a Decade
A Chinese man wrongly diagnosed with AIDS is fighting an uphill battle for compensation, The Paper, a state-run ...
May 19, 2016
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple in Probe
Bipartisan Group Urges Public Release of List of Chinese Military Firms
Auto Workers Union Says Its 49,000 Members Will Strike Against GM at Midnight
The Associated Press
Survey Finds 53 Percent of Likely Voters Oppose Dems’ Union Pension Bailout
2 Senior Taliban Leaders Killed in US-Backed Airstrikes: Reports
Clashes Break Out on Hong Kong Streets After Mass Protest Defying Police Ban
Saudi, Gulf Stocks Fall After Attacks on Aramco Oil Plants
Iran Dismisses Claim It Was Behind Saudi Oil Attacks, Ready for War