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Chinese Dance Group on Guard Against Threats
For no apparent reason individuals have been lurking around the tour buses of Shen Yun Performing Arts in ...
March 14, 2014
Chinese Regime Keeps ‘Reactionary Intellectuals’ in Crosshairs
The week before a major political meeting in Beijing, the Central Propaganda Department doubled down on a campaign ...
November 14, 2013
Was the Tiananmen Car Crash a Terrorist Attack?
The Chinese authorities have labeled the car crash in Tiananmen Square on Oct. 28 a premeditated terrorist attack, ...
November 7, 2013
Wealthy Chinese Go on a Global Property-Buying Spree
Those in China with money are, in increasing numbers, emigrating and buying property abroad.
November 5, 2013
China’s ‘Most Dangerous Woman’ Knows Which Way the Wind Blows
Hu Shuli, a Chinese media executive, is said to know personally top leaders of the Communist Party, and ...
October 22, 2013
In American Dysfunction, Chinese Find a Powerful Lesson
While Chinese tourists were shut out of famous sites in the United States, many were amazed at how ...
October 8, 2013
11-year-old Chinese Girl Kills 7-year-old Playmate
A 11-year-old Chinese girl in southern China has admitted to killing a 7-year-old playmate, saying that saying that ...
October 1, 2013
China’s Economy Is Threatened by Its Property Market
China's real estate market is displaying two opposite extremes: the property bubble swells in major cities, but elsewhere, ...
September 25, 2013
Turning the Tables on the Regime’s ‘Rumor’ Crackdown
A renowned Chinese university professor accused a state media’s editor of spreading rumor, saying that he reserves the ...
September 19, 2013
Cashed-Up Chinese Buy Properties Across Europe and United States
The Bo Xilai family is just one of a multiple of officials with assets and family members abroad, ...
August 29, 2013
Trial of Bo Xilai Was Depoliticized to Maintain Balance of Power in Regime
Although Chinese state media claimed that the trial of Bo Xilai showed unprecedented openness and transparency, experts on ...
August 28, 2013
China’s Property Market Remains Hot Despite Curbs
Home prices in major Chinese cities show no sign of decline despite strict control over the property market ...
August 23, 2013
Former Party Security Czar Said to Be Under Investigation
The former head of the Chinese Communist Party's security services, Zhou Yongkang, has over the last week been ...
August 15, 2013
Schoolteacher Molested Children for Years, But Parents’ Concerns Brushed Aside
An elementary school teacher in southeastern China’s Jiangxi Province was sacked for sexually molesting seven schoolgirls, while local ...
August 12, 2013
Chinese Woman Loses Mind After Seeing Her Baby Killed by Doctors
A woman in central China’s Hunan Province slid into madness after being forced into labor, at seven months ...
August 9, 2013
Economic Liberalization and Political Control May Clash in China
The Chinese Communist Party is attempting to increase some market freedoms while enhancing political and ideological control. It's ...
August 1, 2013
More Chinese Economic Trouble: Bankruptcies Set In
After years of rapid debt-fueled growth, a wave of bankruptcies is striking many industries.
July 22, 2013
Party Leader Parachutes Loyalists into Local Posts
In a bid to ensure that his edicts are actually carried out across the country, the new leader ...
July 14, 2013
More Than Meets the Eye in China Liquidity Crunch
The central bank of the People’s Republic of China, called the People’s Bank of China, took an unexpectedly ...
July 10, 2013
‘Women Above Ghost’s Head’
A new documentary reveals the torture experienced by Chinese women detained at Masanjia labor camp.
April 25, 2013
H7N9 Human-to-Human Transmission Possible, Says State Media
Members of two families in Shanghai have been infected with H7N9, raising fears that the virus can spread ...
April 19, 2013
Chinese Authorities Muzzle Labor Camp Victims After Exposé
Communist authorities say they are investigating claims of torture at Masanjia Labor Camp, following media exposure, but the ...
April 18, 2013
Empty Nests Bring Pain to a Growing Number of Elderly in China
Aging parents with no children to care for them present an enormous problem in China.
March 12, 2013
Fake Foreign Investment Pushes Chinese Economy to Brink
Illicit capital outflows in the trillions, fake foreign investment and real estate speculation fueled by corruption and money ...
February 28, 2013
Wukan Villagers’ Land Not Returned One Year On
Almost one year after the uprising in Wukan that brought international attention, another controversy is brewing over the ...
February 20, 2013
Reports of China Labor Camp Closures Good News to the Persecuted
The proposed closure of China’s re-education through labor camps means reduced persecution against Falun Gong practitioners and a ...
January 25, 2013
Cases of Censorship in China Offer Test of New Leadership
Months before he took the reigns of the Chinese Communist Party, commentators wondered what kind of leader Xi ...
January 8, 2013
Upcoming Film ‘Claws of the Red Dragon’ Seeks to Expose Huawei’s Role in Beijing’s Tech Ambitions
Past Sex Offenders Participate in Children’s ‘Drag Queen Story Time’ at Local Libraries
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Hong Kong Protests Met With Tear Gas, China Frees UK Mission Staffer
Two MIT Media Lab Educators to Leave Over Institute’s Ties to Epstein
Trump Says He Was ‘Having Fun’ With ‘Chosen One’ Remark, Calls out Media Misrepresentation
Iranian Oil Tanker Switches Destination to Turkey After It Was Headed for Greece
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North Korea Launches Two More Short-Range Missiles Into Sea
UK Consular Worker Simon Cheng Detained in China, Released, Back in Hong Kong
Psychologist Approved Jeffrey’s Epstein’s Removal From Suicide Watch
Trump Hits Back at China With More Tariffs Following China’s Retaliation