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Foods Everyone Should Avoid in China
A Chinese graduate student of food technology has posted a list of foods people should avoid in China.
March 10, 2014
Chinese Regime Solicits Internet Users’ Tips, Then Arrests Them
Officials of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have launched a fresh attempt to censor the Internet under the ...
October 16, 2013
Parents Seek Child Torn Away by China’s One-Child Policy
Fourteen years ago, Chinese birth control officials took a couple’s three-month-old baby girl away by force. The parents ...
June 22, 2013
College Student Escapes Roommate’s Poisoning Attempt in China
Just months after two cases of university students who are suspected of having been poisoned by their roommates ...
June 18, 2013
New Police Role: ‘Deputy Directors’ of Hospitals in Northeast China
The need for increased security in hospitals bears a direct corollary, to the increase in suspected medical negligence.
July 8, 2010
‘Tofu Waste’ Constructions Reappear in Earthquake Zone
During the Sichuan earthquake, tens of thousands of school children were buried alive due to inferior building quality.
July 5, 2010
Commemorating Tiananmen Victims, Hong Kong Rallies Against Political Oppression
About 2,500 took part in the parade on May 30 commemorating the 21st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square ...
June 1, 2010
Hong Kong Police Confiscate Tiananmen Statues, Arrest Activists
Hong Kong police detained 13 prodemocracy activists and confiscated a replica of the statue on Saturday May, 29.
May 31, 2010
Tiananmen Massacre Memorial Blocked In Hong Kong
The Hong Kong police arrested 13 democracy activists for staging a demonstration to mark the 21st anniversary of ...
May 29, 2010
China’s 2009 Real Estate Market Regulation a Failure
The Blue Book, published by the Chinese Academy of Social Science, predicts that housing prices are unlikely to ...
May 11, 2010
Former Chinese Academy of Sciences Researcher Recalls April 25 Appeal
Ms. Jinghang Liu's life changed dramatically after April 25, 11 years ago. That was the day over 10,000 ...
April 25, 2010
Public Skeptical About Reasons for Arrest of Poisoned-Dumpling Suspect
Details of the arrest of a suspect in the poisoned-dumpling case are questioned by people in China and ...
April 1, 2010
Falun Gong Founder Receives Thousands of New Year Greetings
For the Chinese people, the Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in the year.
February 15, 2010
Hong Kong Citizens Rally to ‘Protect Shen Yun, Protect Hong Kong’
Nearly a thousand chanted “Protect Shen Yun, Protect Hong Kong” during a rally and parade on Jan. 31.
February 1, 2010
Beijing Pressures Asian Countries to Silence Independent Radio Network
Sound of Hope has been warned by its carrier in Taiwan that its contract could be terminated.
December 24, 2009
Corruption Brings Disaster to Sichuan Parents
Mainland Chinese have a name for public facility buildings that are constructed at low cost and low quality—'Tofu ...
May 17, 2008
Olympics Marriage Scandal Hits Prime-Time News
Recently, the marriage scandal of a renowned TV program host became hot topic on the mainland Internet because ...
January 8, 2008
Quality Control in Guangdong Just A Show
Facing international pressure about the safety of China's exports, Chinese authority has started a campaign targeting quality control ...
December 3, 2007
Conflict in Inner Mongolia
According to a New Tang Dynasty TV Station (NTDTV) report, on June 8, a battle between riot police ...
June 15, 2007
How Long Will Mao Rule China?
While overseas Chinese are discussing Jung Chang's recently published book, Mao – The Unknown Story, many average mainland ...
October 23, 2006
Hong Kong Reopens After Weekend of Clashes, Protests
New York Times Issues Major Correction to Story About Brett Kavanaugh
New York Moves to Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes Amid Health Concerns
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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