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New Home-Buying Restrictions in China Seen as Ineffectual
A new round of home buying restrictions has been extended to second and third tier cities in China. ...
February 6, 2011
Chinese Try to Cope with Soaring Prices
Bank loans and an over-issue of currency have increased inflation and consumer prices.
November 9, 2010
Chinese Anti-Japan Student Protests Get Anti-Regime Flavor
Some "anti-Japanese" protests have shifted focus from the disputed Diaoyu Islands to China's domestic problems.
October 29, 2010
World-Famous Waterfall Drying Up Due to Severe Drought
Tourism in southwest China has been threatened by the drought.
March 29, 2010
Local Governments Reap Huge Profits from Skyrocketing Property Prices
“Profits gained from property transactions are reaped by governments, not developers!”
March 14, 2010
Beijing Killings: Two Dead and Twelve Injured
A man has indisciminately stabbed pedestrians in an area south of Tiananmen Square.
September 20, 2009
Death Toll Rises in Xinjiang
The latest official death toll has risen to 184, though the actual number might be much higher.
July 11, 2009
CCTV Official Arrested for Costly Beijing Fire
On Feb. 9, a fire broke out at Beijing's new China Central Television (CCTV) site, resulting in the ...
February 15, 2009
China’s Tough Employment Situation
China's fourth quarter GDP growth for 2008 was only 6.8 percent—the lowest growth seen in the past seven ...
February 3, 2009
Many Countries Ban Imports of Chinese Dairy Products
Several incidents of melamine contamination this year have noticeably harmed China's diary industry.
December 6, 2008
Mainland Chinese Boycott French Retailer Carrefour
Political protests have rarely happened in China since the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre. If it does, foreign countries ...
April 23, 2008
Chinese Communist Authorities Seek Taiwanese 'Internet Spy'
Amidst the intense and ongoing "information war" between China and Taiwan, a Global Times article on October 30, ...
November 9, 2007
Dissent in China Reaches New Level
Wang Zhaojun, standing member of the Anhui Province Political Consultative Commission, has just published an extensive letter to ...
November 5, 2007
Jiang Zemin's Son Involved in Major Corruption Scandal
As the 17th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) concluded on October 21, the new Politburo ...
October 31, 2007
Communist Official Advocates Cessation of Falun Gong Persecution
Wang Zhaojun, standing member of the Anhui Province Political Consultative Commission, recently wrote an open letter to Chinese ...
October 30, 2007
Senior Army Officials Suppress Voices for Army Nationalization
August 1 marks the 80th anniversary of China's Peoples Liberation Army (PLA). The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in ...
August 5, 2007
CUCSSAs Are Key Bases for CCP Spies
The New York University Chinese Culture Club (NYUCCC), under the control of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) Consulate, ...
July 21, 2007
Worst Flood Hits Huai River Region in 50 Years
The Huai River basin in Central China recently suffered the most severe flooding in more than 50 years. ...
July 16, 2007
Worst Flood in 50 Years Hits Huai River Region
The Huai River basin located in central China recently suffered the worst flooding in more than 50 years. ...
July 15, 2007
Hu Jintao Plays the Public Opinion Card in the Power Struggle
Zhou Ruijin, the cheerleader for China's economic reform and Deng Xiaoping's tour of the nation's southern provinces in ...
February 18, 2007
Hu Jintao Wishes to Visit Japan
After Japan Prime Minister Abe Shinzo's visit to China in October, a second summit meeting was held during ...
November 21, 2006
Chinese Regime to Use Military to Suppress Protesters
CHINA—In the past week, several large-scale protests have erupted in China. From November 8-16, there were at least ...
November 20, 2006
Red Color Emerges in Taiwan's Anti-President Movement
In Taiwan, two colors normally dominate the political scene: blue and green, the respective colors of the two ...
September 21, 2006
CCP Keeps a Low-Profile in 40th Anniversary of the Cultural Revolution
2006 marks the 40th anniversary of the Cultural Revolution. The Chinese authorities demanded a low-profile response to it, ...
May 18, 2006
Beijing University Professor Proposes Multi-Party System at Xishan Meeting
On March 4, 2006, dozens of high-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials, senior economists and legal experts held ...
April 30, 2006
'Nine Commentaries' Spreading Fast in China, CCP Withdrawals Reach Record High
In February 2006, the monthly withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations [the Communist ...
March 5, 2006
The Plight of Poor Children in China Who Drop Out of School
The January 4 issue of The Beijing News mentions the story of two sisters from a poor family ...
January 13, 2006
Mueller Team Members Spoke ‘Comically’ About Wiping Phones, FBI Agent Says
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Kyle Rittenhouse, Accused Kenosha Shooter, to Fight Extradition To Wisconsin
Flynn Case Agent Believes Mueller Used Prosecution of Flynn to ‘Get Trump’
Texas Attorney General Announces 134 Voter Fraud Charges Ahead of 2020 Election
House Democrats Prepare New $2.4 Trillion Stimulus Plan: Majority Leader
Australian Think Tank Finds 380 Detention Camps in Xinjiang
The Associated Press
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