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New Year Bittersweet for China's Far-Flung Families
ZHUANGCUN, China—Nothing is more important to Yangyang than being with family to ring in China's Lunar New Year, ...
February 13, 2007
China's Left-Behind Kids Struggle as Parents Migrate
ZHANGCUN, China—Xiao Yun and Xiao Bo are, in many ways, typical rural Chinese kids. Padded with layers of ...
February 9, 2007
China Editor Makes Bold Call for Democracy
BEIJING—China must pursue democratic reforms to defuse economic and social imbalances threatening the country's stability, a former editor ...
February 5, 2007
China Torture Tibetan Escapees, Says Rights Group
BEIJING—Chinese police tortured a group of Tibetans with cattle prods after they were detained while trying to flee ...
January 31, 2007
Chinese Duo Banned Over Asian Games Scandal
BEIJING — China's cue sports authorities have handed down one-year bans to two national team players for their ...
January 27, 2007
Ousted China Leader Remembered, Security Tight
BEIJING—Mourners paid their respects to Zhao Ziyang on Wednesday, the second anniversary of the death of the disgraced ...
January 17, 2007
China Outcry Grows Over Beating Death of Reporter
BEIJING—Chinese police are investigating the death of a reporter beaten up while probing the country's deadly coal mines, ...
January 17, 2007
China Upholds Jail Term for Blind Rights Activist
BEIJING—A Chinese court upheld a guilty verdict and jail term on Friday for a blind human rights activist ...
January 12, 2007
Shanghai Airport Closed After Plane Bursts Tires
SHANGHAI—Shanghai's main domestic airport closed for several hours on Tuesday after a China Eastern Airlines passenger jet burst ...
January 2, 2007
Chinese Regime Gives Rights Lawyer Suspended Sentence
BEIJING—Outspoken Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng was sentenced to three years in prison for subversion but execution ...
December 22, 2006
Groundwater Polluted in 9 out of 10 Chinese Cities
BEIJING—Underground water reserves in around 9 out of every 10 Chinese cities are polluted or over-exploited, and could ...
December 2, 2006
Chinese Regime Upholds Verdicts in Crackdown on Dissent
BEIJING—China upheld convictions on Friday in two high-profile political cases, highlighting the Communist Party's intent to contain dissent ...
December 1, 2006
China Jails Renowned Activist's Son For Tax Evasion
BEIJING—A Chinese court has jailed a son of an exiled Muslim dissident for seven years for tax evasion ...
November 27, 2006
China Police Ban Hemophilia Forum: Source
SHANGHAI—Chinese police have banned a conference involving hemophiliac activists and are believed to be holding one of the ...
November 25, 2006
China Says Reported HIV/AIDS Cases Up Nearly 30 Percent
BEIJING—The number of reported HIV/AIDS cases in China has grown by nearly 30 per cent so far this ...
November 22, 2006
Fishy Freckle Remover Inflames Chinese Consumers
BEIJING—China has banned TV ads for a freckle remover, touted as being so good it could remove spots ...
November 20, 2006
China Protest Village Again Erupts in Conflict
BEIJING—A Chinese village where police shot protesting residents last year has again erupted in conflict after protesters took ...
November 17, 2006
China Firm Sells 17-Year-Old Rice As New
BEIJING—A northeast China food processor polished up and sold tonnes of rice, some of it 17 years old ...
November 16, 2006
Top U.S. Official Warns China on Piracy
BEIJING—Rampant Chinese counterfeiting is eroding American support for expanding bilateral trade, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said on ...
November 14, 2006
Beijing Protesters Defy Pooch Purge
BEIJING—At least 200 protesters lined a chilly Beijing street on Saturday to denounce a government crackdown on pet ...
November 11, 2006
Chinese Regime Convicts All But 0.66 Percent of Criminal Defendants
BEIJING—China, with a judicial system widely seen as designed only for conviction, has found nearly all 6 million ...
November 10, 2006
Thousands Riot Over China Land Seizure
HONG KONG—Thousands of Chinese villagers clashed with riot police after barricading officials and foreign businessmen in a warehouse ...
November 10, 2006
XIAN, China (Reuters)—During a four-day state visit to China, French President Jacques Chirac pored over relics in the ...
November 4, 2006
Gas Blast Kills 29 Coal Miners in Northwest China
BEIJING—A gas explosion at a coal mine in northwest China on Tuesday killed 29 miners and injured 19, ...
October 31, 2006
Chinese Regime Charges Activist Lawyer with Subversion
BEIJING—China has charged outspoken human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng with inciting subversion, his lawyer said on Thursday, extending ...
October 12, 2006
Chinese Police Formally Arrest Another Rights Dissident
BEIJING—Chinese human rights activist Yang Maodong was formally arrested and charged with illegal business activities, two weeks after ...
October 2, 2006
No End in Sight For Wikipedia Block in China
HONG KONG - Shi Zhao slides the computer mouse, making rapid-fire clicks and in the space of a ...
September 20, 2006
US Forces Recover Bodies From Plane Crash Site In Afghanistan: Officials
Republican Senators: Witness Deal Would be a Group Of Individuals
US Economic Indicators Flash Lower Risk of Recession: Expert
World Health Organization Chief Visits China After Admitting Error in Coronavirus Risk Assessment
Japan Sends Charter Plane to Virus-Hit Wuhan, Reports New Coronavirus Cases
UK Grants Huawei a Limited Role in 5G
John Durham, Head of Probe Into Russia Investigation, Appoints New Criminal Chief
Hong Kong Cuts Travel From Mainland, Countries Plan Evacuations as Virus Spreads in China
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