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‘Worse than Fascism:’ Tens of Thousands of Mainland Chinese Take a Stand on Forced Organ Harvesting
Despite the Communist regime's information blockade, a mainland Chinese petition condemning organ harvesting has gathered over 50,000 signatures.
July 2, 2015
China Proposes New Laws to Silence Lawyers
Attorneys in China already have difficulty defending clients; a new legal amendment seems intent to silence them completely.
June 30, 2015
China Uses Tactics From 1950s Against Shanghai Chemical Plant Protesters
In response to a protest movement in Shanghai that is deeply infused with contemporary sentiment, police in China's ...
June 29, 2015
Magazine Editor: Lawsuits Against Former Party Leader Need World’s Attention
Since the end of May, over 10,000 Chinese citizens have filed criminal charges against Jiang Zemin, the former ...
June 27, 2015
China Has Drug Users—A Lot of Them—Says New Report
In the first report of its kind, China says there are 14 million drug abusers.
June 24, 2015
Anti-Corruption Campaign Has an App in China
The Communist Party has a new mobile app function that allows people to report corruption, but its efficacy ...
June 22, 2015
Antibiotics Are Filling Chinese Waterways and Creating Dangerous Resistance to Disease
China released its 10-year study of antibiotics in the environment.
June 17, 2015
How to Stop Jaywalking? Rude Slogans Work Best, Chinese University Study Says
Some support the direct signage; others say it harms civil society.
June 16, 2015
Chinese Lawyer, Activists to Stand Trial for ‘Plotting to Overthrow Socialism’
Over 230 volumes of 'illegal publications' were confiscated as evidence of their “crimes.”
June 11, 2015
Why China’s Film Industry Fakes Its Box Office Numbers
Film distributors buy tens of millions’ worth of tickets from the box office, then use them for resale, ...
June 10, 2015
Inside the World of China’s Hired Test-Takers
Professional test-takers, known as "gunmen" in Chinese slang, make thousands during China's national university entrance exam season.
June 9, 2015
China Is Using Drones to Stop Students Cheating in Exams
Rampant cheating in the annual university entrance exams have been a headache for Chinese educational ministry for years.
June 9, 2015
‘Study to the Death’ and 5 Other Extreme Slogans Schools Use in China
Some have spoken against the promotion of shallow and materialistic values to motivate high school students in their ...
June 8, 2015
Chinese Shoppers Go Abroad in Search of Quality and Safety
The loss of trust of Chinese products has become an important reason that drives mainland tourists to shop ...
June 2, 2015
Why Is the Chinese Public Supporting a Killer?
Chinese Internet users have expressed sympathy for Hao Jianzong's act of revenge, with some even hailing him as ...
June 1, 2015
30,000 New Surveillance Cameras for Beijing
In China, Big Brother is watching you, and in Beijing he just got more eyes to improve his ...
May 27, 2015
Chinese Doctors Arrested For Using Dead Cancer Patients to Get Insurance Money
Several Chinese doctors working at a county hospital in Anhui Province were suspected of taking part in the ...
May 27, 2015
Deputy Head of Chinese Secret Police in Guangdong Is Investigated
The removal highlights how Party leader Xi Jinping is gaining control over the agency that was the domain ...
May 27, 2015
China Is Dressing Up the Wives of Officials to Educate Them Against Corruption
The hope appears to be that they will impart the message back to their husbands, and the Party ...
May 26, 2015
For Some Chinese Tourists, Bad Behavior Begins at Home
Chinese authorities recently began recording incidents of bad tourist behavior and adding them to a public “blacklist.”
May 21, 2015
Chinese Netizens Reject Party’s Claim That Children Love Communism
Upon entry to the Communist Youth League or Young Pioneers, a child pledges him or herself to a ...
May 19, 2015
A Tale of Two Railways and 30,000 Protesters in Southwest China
Things went downhill when over 2,000 police donning black riot gear stormed the march.
May 17, 2015
Chinese Hospitals Pegged for Corruption Were Also in Illicit Organ Trade
China Medical University once worked with a police chief who executed thousands for organ transplant research.
HK Current Affairs
May 14, 2015
How This Executive’s Fall Shows the Corruption of China’s State Firms
The head of Jiuquan Iron and Steel Corporation managed to spend around one billion yuan on drinking and ...
May 13, 2015
How Desperate Chinese Officials Try to Stave Off the Authorities
Caught in the cross-hairs of Party investigators, officials have resorted to a variety of methods to resist their ...
May 12, 2015
Story of Modern China Seen in 12-Year-Old Extortionist
Internet users in China are similarities between an elementary school bully and corrupt officials.
May 11, 2015
New Shanghai Regulation Targets Corrupt Families
Hoping to control what the state-run media Xinhua calls "a landslide of systemic corruption," municipal authorities in Shanghai ...
May 6, 2015
Kiribati Severs Ties With Taiwan Amid China Tension
US Expels 2 Cuban Diplomats, Citing ‘Influence Operations’
The Associated Press
Iran’s Foreign Minister Threatens ‘All-Out War’ in Case of US or Saudi Attack
, Epoch Times
President Seeks Power to Fire Head of Consumer Bureau at Will
San Francisco Will Get Environmental Violation Notice Due to Trash From Homeless, Trump Says
Judge Blocks California Law That Requires Trump to Release Tax Returns to Be on Ballot
Trump Jr. Calls Out Instagram After His, President’s Accounts Vanish From Search Suggestions
Interior Department Transfers 560 Acres of Public Land for Border Wall Construction
Responding to Critics, Facebook ‘Oversight Board’ to Monitor Content Decisions
US Immigration Case Backlog Tops 1 Million, Data Shows