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Official Death Toll in Chinese Shopping Mall Blaze Suspicious
A recent shopping mall blaze in Northern China’s Tianjin municipality has sparked a storm of online controversy.
July 9, 2012
China’s Top Court Overturns ‘Rich Sister’ Death Sentence
A death sentence against businesswoman Wu Ying was overturned after statements by Wen Jiabao.
April 22, 2012
Communist Party Officials Pledge Sides in China
As Hu Jintao stresses stability amidst the current political storm in China, heavyweight Communist Party officials are publicly ...
April 8, 2012
Chinese Communist Party Leaders Target Domestic Security Apparatus
Top Party leaders are criticizing the powerful Party organ in charge of law enforcement, looking to diminish its ...
April 4, 2012
Chongqing Mayor Turns Against Ousted Bo Xilai, Tells All
After Bo Xilai, the scandal-troubled former Party chief of China’s central-western megalopolis of Chongqing, was removed from office ...
March 19, 2012
Hong Kongers Protest Beijing’s Manipulation of Election
Chaos, scandals, and protests are preceding Hong Kong’s Chief Executive elections. The two frontrunners, both Beijing-backed, have been ...
March 5, 2012
Tumultuous Year Ahead for Chinese Regime
A wave of large-scale strikes and protests in China during the first week of 2012 leads experts to ...
January 13, 2012
Youth-Led Protests Gain Momentum in China
Just as protests were winding down in Wukan, energetic young people with a newfound sense of their own ...
December 27, 2011
Ai Weiwei’s Tax Troubles Take New Turn
Beijing tax authorities have thrown up another hurdle for Ai Weiwei and his legal team.
November 14, 2011
China’s Railways Ministry Broke, Waiting for Bail-Out
Mismanagement and corruption have plunged China's Railways Ministry and related parties into crisis.
November 3, 2011
One Sixth of China’s Farmland Contaminated by Heavy Metals
Heavy metals have contaminated one-sixth of China's farmland, according to a scholar from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural ...
November 1, 2011
Xiamen Taxi Drivers Hold Massive Strike
When thousands of taxi drivers in Xiamen in southern China's Fujian Province went on strike on Oct. 6, ...
October 11, 2011
Blood Donations Drop as Chinese Lose Faith in Red Cross
Blood centers in several Chinese provinces are severely short as the public, bereft of trust in the China ...
October 4, 2011
Lai Changxing: Alleged Smuggling Mastermind Deported to Beijing and Arrested
Lai Changxing, the Chinese fugitive who is accused of masterminding a multi-billion dollar smuggling ring, was deported from ...
July 23, 2011
The Perils of a Father Seeking Political Power by Legal Means in China
A prominent independent candidate for China's National People's Congress encounters obstacles, wows to persist.
June 21, 2011
Thousands Protest in China’s Hubei Province, After Official’s Suspicious Death (Video)
The death of an official during his detention in police custody has triggered tens of thousands to protest ...
June 12, 2011
Chinese Regime Under Pressure on June 4, Tiananmen Square Massacre Anniversary
On the 22nd anniversary of the June 4 Tiananmen Massacre, supporters of Chinese democracy held memorial activities around ...
June 6, 2011
The Fallout from China’s Exploding Watermelons
Tainted watermelons raised yet another consumer safety red flag. The phenomenon of “exploding watermelons,” a novelty that did ...
May 24, 2011
Independent TV Broadcasts to China May Cease
A Taiwanese government-controlled telecommunications company has decided to shut down satellite broadcasts to China by a TV station ...
May 8, 2011
Who’s Afraid of Ai Weiwei?
Thousands staged a protest march in Hong Kong demanding the release of Chinese artist-activist Ai Weiwei.
April 25, 2011
Chinese Army Short of New Recruits
Shandong Province has always been a major source of China's soldiers—up to 10 percent of new recruits each ...
March 22, 2011
Young Chinese Soldiers Viewed as Not Manly Enough
Though China has greatly augmented its military expenditure budget, the one-child policy in China seems to be taking ...
March 8, 2011
Sound of Hope Bucks the Trend and Expands Broadcasts to China
While BBC is canceling its Mandarin broadcasts in April 2011 VOA its Mandarin and Cantonese, Sound of Hope ...
February 22, 2011
Chinese Regime Downplays Ousting of Egyptian President, Chinese People Gain Hope
China's official state-run media and portal websites have all reported on the resignation of Egyptian president Mubarak.
February 14, 2011
How Chinese Petitioners ‘Celebrate’ the New Year
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao chatted with eight petitioners during his visit to the State Bureau for Letters and ...
February 10, 2011
Chinese New Year Travel Rush Kicks Off in China
The world's biggest annual migration of people officially kicked off in China on Jan. 19.
January 26, 2011
Chinese ‘Rich Second Generation’ Extravagantly Shelling Out Millions
Chinese media recently abuzz with news of the extravagant spending to celebrate engagement of young couple in China.
July 19, 2010
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Washington Highly Militarized Ahead of Biden’s Inauguration
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Benjamin de Rothschild, Owner of Edmond de Rothschild Group, Dies of Heart Attack
‘They Want to Cancel Our Culture, Our History, Our Liberty’: Goya CEO
House Committees Open Investigation Into Jan. 6 Capitol Breach
House Committed Six Violations of the Constitution During Impeachment: Alan Dershowitz
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Muriel Bowser Says Washington Security Will See ‘New Normal’ After Biden Inauguration