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California Legislator Said to Be ‘One in a Million’
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—A state legislator who received thousands of constituent thank you letters, dozens of Legislator of the Year ...
October 31, 2018
The Transformative Power of Compassion
On Jan. 16, 1988, 11-year-old Tina Workman was suddenly handed her two-and-a-half-month-old baby sister Abby, who was “not ...
August 3, 2018
Congressional Candidate Flies All Night to Attend Falun Gong Rally
WASHINGTON—When Brian Witt, a candidate for a California congressional seat, heard on June 19 about the Falun Gong ...
June 21, 2018
Allen Rallies For Secure Borders and the California Governorship
SAN DIEGO, Calif.--A week before the California Primary, over a hundred people gathered in an empty field in ...
May 28, 2018
Ellen Lee Zhou Wants to Bring Ethics Back to San Francisco City Hall
SAN FRANCISCO—“A social worker turned mayor is the best mayor ever!” said Ellen Lee Zhou, an unassuming 48-year-old ...
March 18, 2018
UCSD Celebrates Largest Commencement as Dalai Lama Speaks Without Protests
The University of California at San Diego's largest commencement ever went off without a hitch the weekend of ...
June 19, 2017
Rally in San Diego Calls for Justice for Persecuted
SAN DIEGO—Practitioners of Falun Gong and their supporters gathered at the scenic La Jolla Cove on the 16th ...
July 21, 2015
Story of the Comfort Cub
A San Diego mother turned the sorrow of losing her baby into the joy of giving comfort.
June 18, 2015
Journey of Discovery Through the Epoch Times
Born to a military family, 61-year-old Steven Hersom lived in various countries, such as Japan and Turkey, during ...
March 16, 2015
San Diego–Taichung Sister City Tie Strengthened as Schools Connect
SAN DIEGO, Calif.—San Diego and Taichung, Taiwan, established their first sister-school connection between Pacific Ridge School and National ...
February 6, 2014
Paper Becomes Expensive in Luoyang City (洛陽紙貴)
Paper Becomes Expensive in Luoyang City (洛陽紙貴)
August 5, 2013
Burgeoning Flutists Perform at First Annual Festival
Young flutists from San Diego’s Vivian Bergova Flute Studio, dressed in Chinese traditional clothing, gathered for the first ...
June 14, 2013
The Origin of the Dragon Boat Festival, 端午節
The Dragon Boat festival, or Duān Wǔ Jié, celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of ...
June 9, 2013
Chinese Arts: Journeys Through China’s Minority Regions
As a Westerner, Bea Roberts has a rare sense of appreciation and understanding of ancient Chinese culture and ...
Arts & Culture
May 4, 2013
Former Beijing Publisher Honored For Resisting Censors
Dai Zigeng, the publisher that was reported to have resigned recently after refusing to reprint state propaganda, was ...
January 17, 2013
Party May Change Forced Labor System, Reports Claim (Updated)
Recent reports by Chinese media and in propaganda outlets belonging to the regime say that the Chinese Communist ...
January 7, 2013
Signs of Anti-Corruption Effort in China, But Destination Unclear
There are tentative signals coming from China that with the ascendancy of the Chinese Communist Party's new Party ...
November 28, 2012
Through Retirement Hu Jintao Seeks Victory
With a daring move outgoing head of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Hu Jintao has sought to succeed ...
November 20, 2012
Deleting Online Content, China’s Get-Rich-Quick Business
Deleting online posts has become China’s latest get-rich-quick opportunity. Some web portals have what they call in-house public ...
October 18, 2012
China Starts Focusing on Next Leader’s Views
In advance of Xi Jinping being named head of the Chinese Communist Party at the 18th Party Congress ...
October 10, 2012
Chinese Regime Pressures, Japanese Businesses Retaliate
China’s stricter customs checks of Japanese goods and a growing call to boycott Japanese-made products is causing a ...
September 27, 2012
Students in Rural China Must Bring Own Desks to School
Back-to-school shopping for many rural elementary students means buying desks and chairs.
September 6, 2012
Government Jobs Become Hot in China
According to a report from ChinaHR.com, college graduates top job choice has shifted from the financial sector to ...
August 31, 2012
Credit Network in China’s Zhejiang Province Crumbles
About 600 private enterprises in China are experiencing a credit crisis. This crisis was triggered by the collapse ...
July 30, 2012
Two Men Killed During Forced Demolition in Northeast China
An elderly man defending his home from a demolition crew and a demolition crew member were killed as ...
May 22, 2012
Five Debt Areas Bankrupting Chinese Real Estate Companies
The mainland Chinese real estate market debt-to-asset ratio has reached historic highs, hitting 71.28 percent.
April 23, 2012
Hu Jintao Takes Aim at China’s Top Cop
Since Bo Xilai was sacked on March 15, Zhou Yongkang, China's top cop, has become the focal point ...
March 28, 2012
Company That Makes Prescription Painkiller OxyContin Files for Bankruptcy Protection Amid Lawsuits
‘Laundromat’ Sheds Light on the Shadowy World of Tax Havens and Shell Companies
, Epoch Times
Oil Prices Surge 15% After Attack on Saudi Facilities Hits Global Supply
Trump Authorizes Release of Oil From US Strategic Petroleum Reserve After Saudi Attacks
Rep. Ilhan Omar Responds to 9/11 Victim’s Family
Colombia–Venezuela Tensions Escalate as US, Allies Trigger Regional Pact
, Special to The Epoch Times
Hong Kong Police Accused of Discriminatory Treatment During Clashes Between Pro-Beijing and Pro-Democracy Protesters
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple in Probe