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Netizens Connect Luxor Vandalism to China’s Plight
“Ding Jinhao visited here” is written in Chinese on a temple wall in Luxor, Egypt. A Chinese netizen ...
May 30, 2013
China Party Leader Deals With Rival Faction Behind Scenes
Disguised as an anti-corruption campaign to save the Party and the state, Xi Jinping, China's new communist Party ...
January 4, 2013
Officials Call for Governor’s Resignation Over Shenyang Strike
Officials in Liaoning Province have sent a letter requesting the resignation of the provincial governor.
August 10, 2012
Chinese Stock Market in Danger of Collapse: State Media
Chinese investors' confidence seems to have gone, with more and more people closing their investment accounts, state-run media ...
July 24, 2012
Blind Lawyer in US Protection Pressures China’s Regime
The escape of a blind lawyer could speed up changes in China.
April 30, 2012
The Idea of ‘Naked Officials’ Becomes Accepted Among Cadre Corps
A high-profile official publication recently noted that almost half of all civil servants give the green light to ...
March 13, 2012
Purified Air at Zhongnanhai Sparks Controversy
Communist officials are treated to clean air while the rest of Beijing citizens get dubious daily air quality ...
November 12, 2011
China’s Booming Luxury Consumption Linked to Corruption, Bribery
China's GDP ranks 105th in the world and 150 million Chinese earn less that US$1 per day, the ...
November 7, 2011
French Open Winner Li Na Does It for Herself
At the age of 29 Li Na became the first Asian winner of the French Open Grand Slam, ...
July 8, 2011
China’s Clothing Industry Faces Rocky Road
Export quality Chinese apparel is being sold at giveaway prices within the country as the clothing industry, hit ...
May 31, 2011
Aging Population and Gender Imbalance Challenge China’s One-Child Policy
China's release of census results show gender imbalance is still on the rise.
May 3, 2011
Chinese Officials and State Media Blame China Inflation on US
As inflation threatens China's masses, the U.S. is assigned most of the blame.
November 28, 2010
Pentagon Sends More Soldiers to Middle East for Defensive Purposes, Citing Threats in the Region
LIVE UPDATES: Debate of No Confidence Against Carrie Lam’s Government Scheduled at Legislative Council
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Chinese Regime Issues Blanket Media, Internet Censorship on Hong Kong Protests
Iranian Gunboats Surrounded Vessel That Rescued Tanker Crew, Detained Sailors
Forced Organ Harvesting in China Has Taken Place ‘on a Significant Scale,’ Independent Tribunal Finds
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British PM Addresses Hong Kong Protests with Chinese Official During Meeting
Epoch Times Staff
Israel Unveils New Settlement Named ‘Trump Heights’ on Golan
Closing Arguments: NXIVM’s Leader Was After ‘Sex, Money, Power’
US to Withhold Hundreds of Millions in Aid From El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras
Under US Pressure, Mexico Starts Moving to Secure Its Southern Border