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Law Professor Claims Chinese Billionaire Xiao Jianhua Was Behind 2015 Stock Crash
Yuan Hongbing is a former Chinese law professor; he now lives in exile, penning books about corruption in ...
June 1, 2017
Retired Chinese Official Predicts ‘Big Activity’ Before Key Political Meeting
The months leading up to the Chinese leadership's five-yearly political reshuffle are the most intriguing for observers of ...
February 14, 2017
Confined Shanghai Lawyer Gets Early Tip-Off on Mayor’s Sudden Resignation
News that former Shanghai mayor Yang Xiong resigned from his post was formally announced on Jan. 17. But ...
February 3, 2017
Confined Shanghai Lawyer Enjoys Unusually Relaxed Christmas
For the past decade, Shanghai-based human rights lawyer Zheng Enchong had to notify the police three days in ...
January 3, 2017
Recent Sino Summits Fail on South China Sea
Chinese diplomats have been trying to marshal support for their nation’s expansive claims to the South China Sea, ...
June 7, 2013
Chinese Premier Promises Labor Camp System Reform
Top-level officials in the Chinese regime have echoed the announcement made earlier this year that the forced labor ...
March 21, 2013
High-Profile Gang Rape Charge Seen as Message From Leadership
The highly-publicized gang rape charge of a Chinese general’s son is seen as a political move to weaken ...
March 3, 2013
Deliberate Pollution of Groundwater Shocks Chinese Netizens
A journalist has reported online how industries in a city in eastern China have been pumping toxic wastewater ...
February 20, 2013
Accusations Emerge Soon After Former Security Czar’s Retirement
Beijing human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang has publicly denounced the Communist Party's recently-retired security chief Zhou Yongkang, calling ...
February 11, 2013
Beijing Lawyer Denounces Execution for Organs at Hospital
A Beijing lawyer has denounced the execution of a death row prisoner at a hospital, saying that it ...
December 9, 2012
Chinese Police Hurt Motorcyclist, Outraged Mob Ensues
A man that was hurt when he was pulled off his motorbike by police argued with police and ...
September 16, 2012
Man Shot Was Not Chinese Serial Killer, Say Police
Chinese authorities say they killed the serial killer Zhou Kehua on Aug. 14 in Chongqing, but police from ...
September 2, 2012
Professor Commits Suicide Over Violating China’s One-Child Policy
Cao Tingbing, a professor at Renmin University of China, committed suicide on March 16 by jumping from a ...
July 30, 2012
Beijing Police Back Off Petitioner Round-Ups
Beijing police appear to be taking a new hands-off approach in dealing with petitioners who arrive from out ...
July 23, 2012
Show Trial Begins for Falun Gong Adherent
One of the first thing communist judicial authorities did was fire his lawyers and appoint him their own.
July 19, 2012
Guangdong Province Newspaper Given Harsh Treatment
On Monday one of the province’s newspapers was given an old fashioned jolt of repression that was all ...
July 17, 2012
China Protests Violently Suppressed Before Officials Capitulated
The violent means used to put down the crowd, in Shifang City, Sichuan Province, drew strong criticism.
July 5, 2012
Police Withdraw From Party Amidst Political Upheaval
After seeing a series of high-profile takedowns of former political heavyweights, Chinese police are concerned
June 25, 2012
China’s Plan to Raise Retirement Age Draws Public’s Ire
China’s recent decision to raise the official retirement age will save billions of yuan each year, but is ...
June 14, 2012
Power of Secretive Party Security Organ is Weakened
Previously, the head of the PLAC also served as head of the Public Security Bureau. This will no ...
June 7, 2012
Chinese Ministry of Health Breaks 13-Year Taboo on Qigong
Gansu Province medical professionals attend nine day qigong seminar, signaling a shift in Beijing's stance on Falun Gong.
China Human Rights
June 5, 2012
Chinese Lawyers Support Falun Gong in ‘Brave 300’ Case
Chinese lawyers and the public are increasingly more willing to oppose cases of Falun Gong practitioners being persecuted ...
May 28, 2012
Villagers’ Petition Changing History’s Course
The Epoch Times has learned that the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection submitted a document to the 24-member ...
May 27, 2012
Sentence of Smuggler is Political Sign, Experts Say
Lai Changxing, the most-wanted man in China and a highly successful smuggler, was sentenced to life in prison ...
May 18, 2012
A Glimmer of Hope for Chinese Petitioners
China’s huge internal stability maintenance budget reflects the swelling army of Chinese citizens on a constant stream of ...
April 23, 2012
‘June 4 Massacre’ Internet Ban Partly Lifted in China
Censorship of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre was briefly lifted, but prominent victim is still under gag orders.
March 27, 2012
Chinese Netizens React to North Korean Dictator’s Death
The news of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's death trigged enthusiastic discussion on the Internet in China, ...
December 22, 2011
Democratic Senator Feinstein Dined With Iranian Foreign Minister Amid US-Iran Tensions: Reports
Mimi Nguyen Ly
DNC Operative Sought, Received Help From Ukraine to Help Elect Clinton, Report Says
Coalition Seeks to Expose Communist Infiltration of Democratic Party
Christopher C. Hull
British Prime Minister Theresa May Resigns
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
Mimi Nguyen Ly
‘American Taliban’ Terrorist Freed After 17 Years in Prison
The Associated Press
Ilhan Omar Insults Americans: ‘Ignorance Is Really Pervasive in Many Parts of This Country’
Trump Administration Settles in for Long Trade Fight Against China
US Hits WikiLeaks Founder Assange With 18-Count Indictment
Prosecutors Charge Bank Ex-CEO With Soliciting White House Position in Exchange for $16 Million in Loans