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Natural Disasters at All-Time High in China
The number of natural disasters occurring in China has been significantly high this year, with earthquakes occurring most ...
July 23, 2013
Chinese Party Censor Posts List of Propaganda Guidelines Online
The publication of a list of propaganda guidelines enforced in China sheds light on the operations of the ...
January 13, 2013
Chinese People Want Labor Camp System to End
According to an Aug. 17 report from Hong Kong news site Mingjing, China’s premier Wen Jiabao wants to ...
August 30, 2012
Unlicensed Zhejiang Processing Plant Explosion Kills 13
A dust explosion and fire on Aug. 6 at an unlicensed factory in Zhejiang Province left 13 people ...
August 6, 2012
Deputy Mayor’s Travels Raise Chinese People’s Ire
The travel itinerary of a deputy Mayor in a small Chinese city has created waves.
August 8, 2011
Western Countries Say ‘No’ to Chinese Organic Food
The European Union and the United States have pretty much closed their doors to many Chinese products labeled ...
July 25, 2011
Chinese Antivirus Companies Create the Viruses They Kill
Chinese security official given suspended death sentence for taking bribes in exchange for role in antivirus software fraud ...
December 12, 2010
Typhoon Fanapi Brings Deluge to Southern China (Video)
Typhoon Fanapi hit southern China on Sept. 21, affecting more than 1.1 million people.
September 22, 2010
Chinese Immigrant: ‘Divine Performing Arts should perform in China’
As the curtain closed for the Divine Performing Arts' third show in Brooklyn ...
Arts & Culture
January 8, 2009
The Impact of Yuan Depreciation on China’s Economy
Investors are speculating that China may depreciate the Yuan, as its value versus the dollar has fallen.
December 10, 2008
Democrats to Lose Key Figure as DeFazio Announces Retirement
Big Jump in Criminal Charges Against Chicago Police Officers This Year
CNN’s Chris Cuomo Calls His Suspension ‘Embarrassing’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Socialist Group Calls for NY Rep. Bowman’s Expulsion Over Trip to Israel
Latin America’s Vaccine Rejection Stems From Sterilization, Experiments
Amid Homicides and Homelessness, Portland Struggles to Repair its Brand
Australia Govt Launches Inquiry Into ‘Toxic’ Content on Social Media
Daniel Y. Teng
Andre Dickens Elected Mayor of Atlanta, Pledges to Combat Crime
Women’s Tennis Association Pulls Out of China Over Censorship of Peng Shuai
New Dinosaur Species From Chile Had a Unique Slashing Tail
The Associated Press