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Chinese Authorities Conceal Reports of Deaths Following Homegrown COVID-19 Vaccines
Several families in China's southwest Chongqing city are being silenced by local authorities after speaking out about the ...
September 21, 2021
Chinese Officials, Nominally Broke, Try Taking Over Valentine’s Day
A poverty-stricken county in China plans to lay $20 million claim to Chinese Valentine's Day legend.
August 25, 2010
‘Kidney Stone Babies’ Founder’s Trial Date Cancelled
Before "Two Sessions," trial is canceled for founder of "Kidney Stone Babies," Zhao Lianhai.
March 9, 2010
Chinese Ice Cream Maker Shut Down for Melamine Contamination
Melamine-tainted milk products are showing up again in China. Contaminated ice cream turned up in Liaoning Province.
February 17, 2010
Female Petitioners Disrobe to Protest in China
Without a way to resolve the issue, these women chose to expose themselves in public.
June 21, 2009
Tibetan Monk Shot by Chinese Police After Burning Self
A Tibetan monk was shot after setting himself on fire protesting the Chinese regime's banning of a religious ...
March 5, 2009
China’s ‘Stone Babies’—Victims of the Melamine Scandal
More than 240,000 babies have been diagnosed with kidney problems due to drinking the milk powder.
December 27, 2008
Authorities Raze Villagers' Homes Without Warning
Without warning, local authorities dispatched hundreds to demolish villagers' homes in Wenshan County, Yunnan Province on October 27. ...
November 7, 2007
Anti-Rightist Movement Survivors Write Open Letter to CCP 17th Congress
The 17th Chinese Communist Party (CCP) National Congress officially began on October 15. Surviving victims of the Anti-Rightists ...
October 19, 2007
IV Injection with Sand Causes Pulmonary Embolism
Dalian City resident Chen Wenfu was hospitalized at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University after suffering ...
July 17, 2007
Human Rights Defenders Arrested in Wuhan
Over one thousand armed police officers, riot police, and City Management police officers suddenly congregated at Hualou Street, ...
June 29, 2007
Homeowner Vows to Ignite Herself to Stop Bulldozers
As the trend of evicting residents and confiscating property for resale spreads in China, homeowners are forced to ...
May 24, 2007
Pan-Blue Alliance Junior High Students Oppressed in China
Su Tan and Wan Lun are junior high school students in Shandong Province, China, and members of the ...
May 14, 2007
Beijing Christian Arrested for Spreading Gospel
Beijing Christian Gu Changrong recently went back to her home town of Wandainzi. The town is located in ...
April 6, 2007
Laid-Off Workers Protest Violent Eviction
CHINA—On March 22, a land developer without warning lead about 200 people to forcefully demolish the employee housing ...
March 26, 2007
Martial Law Imposed In China's Yongzhou, Hunan Province
CHINA—The riot in Zhushan, Yongzhou has been quelled by the police, but the whole city remains under martial ...
March 14, 2007
20,000-Person Protest Turns Into Riot in China's Hunan Province
On March 9, a large protest involving farmers from China's Hunan Province broke into a riot. The problem ...
March 12, 2007
Thousand Armed Police Quell Protest against Manganese Processing Plant
CHINA - For over a decade, manganese (Mn) mining and industry have caused severe pollution to Heishui River ...
July 18, 2006
Chinese Hospital Uses Patient as Experimental Subject
Ren Chuanlan, a 63-year-old citizen from Shandong Province, sought treatment at the Yankuang Group General Hospital for acute ...
May 3, 2006
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