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Chinese Workers Protest Over Unpaid Wages
Workers protested over losing their wages, after their factory in Guangdong Province went bankrupt.
April 21, 2013
Over 4,000 Chinese Villagers Protest Land Grab
Villagers in southeast China undertook a lengthy protest against local authorities after their land was confiscated to build ...
April 16, 2013
Chinese Citizens Stand Up to Officials, Rescue Petitioners
Two groups of citizens in China rescued innocent petitioners from detention and likely abuse, one from a black ...
April 4, 2013
Chinese Parents Protest New Baby Milk Scandal
Parents in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province protested the regime's inaction over a new infant formula scandal involving counterfeit ...
April 2, 2013
Police and Villagers Clash in Guangdong Land Dispute
Thousands of Guangdong police and Shangpu villagers clash in March 10 land grab battle.
March 12, 2013
Chinese Dissidents Publicly Denounce Communist Party
Protesters in two cities have been openly calling for the end to communist rule in recent days, as ...
February 23, 2013
Chinese Female Petitioner Stripped Naked in Black Jail
A middle-aged woman from Henan Province was abducted and stripped naked for petitioning in Beijing on Feb. 12, ...
February 15, 2013
Spontaneous Protest in Chongqing Subdues Police
After police let off a BMW driver after he assaulted a bus driver, due solely to his political ...
February 13, 2013
Modern Chinese City Enjoined in Retrograde Campaign
The economic hub of Shenzhen has been host to persecution of the Falun Gong practice partly because its ...
January 22, 2013
Victims of Tianjin Fraud Protest, but Party Links Make Returns Unlikely
Many victims of an investment scam in the north were protesting outside government buildings recently, hoping that someone ...
January 4, 2013
Chinese Policeman Helps Falun Gong Escape
A Falun Gong practitioner says he escaped illegal arrest in China with the help of a “secret” policeman.
November 26, 2012
Chinese Want Democratic Reform First, Official Poll Shows
An online poll shows that the Chinese people yearn for political reform, first of all. Economic developments comes ...
November 20, 2012
Chinese Villagers Trash Town Hall, Fight Armed Police
A legitimate citizens’ concern has turned into a violent clash with officials in a village in Shandong Province.
September 27, 2012
Man in China Avoids Responsibility for Road Accident
A man in Chongqing ran over a female motorcyclist in his sedan recently, and then proceeded to slap ...
September 26, 2012
Wheelchair-Bound Suicide Bomber Strikes Chinese Government Compound
A wheelchair-bound suicide bomber blew himself up at a local government building in eastern China on Monday, killing ...
September 3, 2012
Shanghai Police on Alert for Anti-Pollution Demonstration
Protests have been called for in Shanghai because of what activists say is a water supply vulnerable to ...
August 6, 2012
China Waste Water Protests May Spread to Other Cities
A massive protest that recently resulted in the shutdown of a pipeline project in eastern China could gain ...
July 30, 2012
China Protesters Ransack Government Building, Shut Down Waste Project
A protest in Qidong, China, saw a mayor stripped of his shirt, as residents tried to shut down ...
July 28, 2012
With Leadership Transition Looming, Falun Gong Persecution Intensifies
Local authorities in Guangzhou have distributed leaflets to houses, forcing residents to sign a “family promise” to “reject” ...
July 12, 2012
Business Magnate’s Connections Bring in Riot Police
When thousands of riot police descended on a small southwestern city recently, they were coming to help a ...
July 11, 2012
Conflicting Reports Over Who Incited Violence in Shifang
Government officials blamed “a few criminals” for the violence that left dozens injured at mass protests in southwestern ...
July 9, 2012
20,000 Protest Copper Plant in Sichuan Province
Close to 20,000 residents in Shifang City, Sichuan Province, took to the streets Monday to protest construction of ...
July 4, 2012
‘Strolling’ Protests Escalate in Chongqing
Large-scale protests against local officials’ corruption have continued in Chongqing for the past week
June 12, 2012
Petitioners Flock to US Embassy After Chen Guangcheng Escape
Petitioners have started arriving at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing on a daily basis apparently after Chen Guangcheng's ...
May 31, 2012
Two Thousand Chinese Villagers Protest Against Power Construction
Over 2,000 villagers in Jiangsu Province on April 13 flooded the streets to protest against high-voltage cables being ...
April 18, 2012
Village in Zhejiang Mimics Wukan, Expelling Local Officials
Village in Zhejiang Province, China, tries Wukan-style uprising, scaring away government staff.
February 8, 2012
Chinese Protesters Shout ‘Down with the Chinese Communist Party!’
Protesters in China's Jiangxi Province, site at a former Red Army base, shouted, “Down with the CCP!”
February 3, 2012
Beijing Doubts Hong Kong Leader’s Capabilities After Extradition Bill Fallout
Hong Kong Leader Suspends Extradition Bill, Opponents Want Full Withdrawal
LIVE UPDATES: Protesters Return to Site Where Police Used Excessive Force to Disperse Crowds on June 12
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Opposition Mounting Against Hong Kong Leader After Extradition Bill Suspended But Not Withdrawn
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Activists Call for Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam to Resign After She Suspends Extradition Bill
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Trump’s Administration Finalizes Health Care Rule
Congress Holds Hearing to Mark 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Man Arrested After Trying to Jump White House Fence: Secret Service
Trump Hits Biden For Switching Longheld Views: ‘He Has Recalibrated on Everything’
‘I Can’t Even Explain How Sick I Was:’ 47 People Got Ill During One Trip to Dominican Republic