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Chinese Expect Dragon Year Baby Boom
A Chinese blessing goes, “I hope your son will be a dragon,” meaning he’ll be a success in ...
January 25, 2012
Tumultuous Year Ahead for Chinese Regime
A wave of large-scale strikes and protests in China during the first week of 2012 leads experts to ...
January 13, 2012
Chinese Bird Flu Death Was Mutant Strain, Say Health Experts
The strain of H5N1 avian influenza that infected and killed a man in Shenzhen, China, was a mutant ...
January 3, 2012
Poison Milk Threat in China, Again
Chinese are calling for a boycott of China’s largest milk producer after high levels of toxins were found ...
December 30, 2011
Disquieting Peace at Wukan Village
The standoff in Wukan between villagers and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities, which began on Dec. 14 and ...
December 27, 2011
Youth-Led Protests Gain Momentum in China
Just as protests were winding down in Wukan, energetic young people with a newfound sense of their own ...
December 27, 2011
‘Young Enthusiasts’ Guide Chinese Village in Groundbreaking Protests
In an effort to stand up to local Communist Party officials, a group of young activists have harnessed ...
December 21, 2011
China’s Local Government Debt Crisis
Larry Lang, chair professor of Finance at the Chinese University of Hong Kong says all levels of government ...
December 8, 2011
12th Tibetan Self-Immolation Occurs Amid Harsh Repression
Tragic news of a twelfth self-immolation case by a Tibetan monk in China this year was published simultaneously ...
December 5, 2011
China’s Economy on the Brink of Collapse
China may experience a crisis worse than the European debt crisis within a year, according to an analyst.
November 7, 2011
China’s Railways Ministry Broke, Waiting for Bail-Out
Mismanagement and corruption have plunged China's Railways Ministry and related parties into crisis.
November 3, 2011
Lending Crisis Stokes Fears of ‘China Economic Model’ Collapse
China's distorted economic model is to blame for the lending crisis faced by privately owned businesses that has ...
October 24, 2011
Anguished China Reflects After Toddler Crushed
The fate of little Yueyue in southern China has gotten on the nerve of the Chinese public like ...
October 19, 2011
Reporter Threatened for Exposing China Sex Slave Case
A journalist in China has been threatened and accused of "leaking state secrets" by interrogators after he exposed ...
September 26, 2011
Reported ‘Success’ of Protests at China’s Dalian Petrochemical Plant In Question
Responding to online calls to “take a walk” in the public square, tens of thousands in Dalian City, ...
August 18, 2011
Police Step Up Block Monitoring System in China
The Chinese regime's fear about democratic uprisings has inspired an intensive monitoring system that reaches down to individual ...
April 15, 2011
China’s High-Speed Rail Under Fire
China's huge high-speed rail system is plagued by corruption, high debt, and safety concerns.
March 17, 2011
China’s Rubber-Stamp Congresses Meet, and Ramp up Security Spending
The equivalent of China's legislature convened for its annual session on March 3, while security forces continued to ...
March 7, 2011
Chinese Police Crack Down on Foreign Reporters and Lawyers to Quell a ‘Jasmine Revolution’
Police are cracking down on reporters, lawyers, and activists as part of their efforts to suppress anti-regime protests.
March 1, 2011
At Chinese New Year, Matchmaking Becomes Mercenary
Young people who reach their late 20s or 30s without finding a partner are called “leftovers.”
February 14, 2011
How Student Informants are Used for Political Ends in China
A CIA report speaks of a growing network of student informants run by the Chinese regime.
February 9, 2011
Zhong Sisters Fight Back
Three family members setting themselves on fire over forced eviction in China was widely spread by micro-blog.
September 25, 2010
Police Confront Caijing on Investigation of Security Company Anyuanding
Beijing police went to the office of Caijing magazine, blocking the door and calling out an editor, after ...
September 22, 2010
Earthquake on July 7, 2010, Shakes Up San Diego
An earthquake hit Southern California on Wednesday, with residents feeling the quake in Los Angeles and San Diego, ...
July 7, 2010
Amusement Park Accident in Southern China Kills 6
A space shuttle-simulated ride known as Space Journey turned deadly for six people.
July 1, 2010
Mudslide in Southwest China Buries 107
A mudslide caused by continuous heavy rain has buried more than 100 villagers in China's southwestern province of ...
June 29, 2010
In Face of Worker Unrest, Chinese Regime Launches ‘Strike-Hard’ Campaign
A wave of strikes in Chinese factories recently has highlighted the lack of authentic rights for Chinese workers.
June 27, 2010
Moody’s Downgrades Hong Kong Outlook to ‘Negative’ as Protests Continue
A Bipartisan House Group Rallies With Farmers for USMCA
OxyContin Maker Files for Bankruptcy, Faces Thousands of Lawsuits
Trump Questions Iran’s Denial of Saudi Oil Attack Involvement
Progressive Working Families Party Endorses Elizabeth Warren for 2020
Trump Responds to NY Times Correction: ‘The One Who Is Actually Being Assaulted Is Justice Kavanaugh’
Trump Administration to Look at Immigrants’ Social Media Accounts
Trump Says US ‘Locked and Loaded’ After Saudi Attack Amid Oil Price Surge
2020 Contenders Called for Kavanaugh’s Impeachment Before New York Times Issued Correction
Hong Kong Reopens After Weekend of Clashes, Protests