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Xi Jinping Is Scrubbing the Chinese Regime’s Security Apparatus, Says Source
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is preparing to remove security officials who are resisting his policies, among a series ...
January 19, 2017
Xi Jinping Is Cleaning up China’s Paramilitary Police
News analysis Police in China generally aren't allowed to carry automatic weapons—that is except for the People's Armed ...
November 11, 2016
Purge of Port City’s Executives Puts Xi Jinping’s Political Rivals on Notice
News analysis The city of Tianjin on China's north-eastern coast operates one of the world's busiest ports, and ...
September 12, 2016
Xi Jinping Hints at Shifting Regime Stance Toward Falun Gong
News analysis The Chinese Communist Party has a lengthy list of "sensitive" days, or the dates of events ...
May 6, 2016
A Milder Tone to Hong Kong Seen in Xi Jinping’s Meeting With Hong Kong Tycoons
Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping met with a delegation of Hong Kong business tycoons recently, striking a ...
September 25, 2014
Hong Kong People: Conflicts May Usher in Repression
The Hong Kong people fear a recent violent incident was orchestrated to help lay the groundwork for repression ...
June 26, 2014
Large-scale Conflict With Armed Police Breaks Out in Aoshan, China (Photos)
A large-scale fight broke out in the Chinese fishing village Aoshan. It had been sold by officials, and ...
January 27, 2014
Reporting Zhou Yongkang’s Arrest: Primer on the Power Struggle in Beijing
The publication of the news that former domestic security tsar Zhou Yongkang is under shuanggui, the abusive system ...
December 11, 2013
To Prevent Collusion, High-Ranking Chinese Officials Forced to Study Leader’s Speeches
The Third Plenum of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee has been meeting in Beijing, and tensions are ...
November 11, 2013
11 Funny Examples of Chinglish From China
Chinese-style signs written in English can be seen anywhere in China. A Westerner took these hilarious pictures of ...
August 28, 2013
North Korea’s ‘Nuclear Backpacks’ Suspected of Being Foam Boards
“A Chinese netizen believes that the "nuclear backpacks" featured in a North Korean parade were likely filled with ...
August 9, 2013
Cryptic Warning Sent to High-Level Communist Party Official
A 36-year-old speech, republished by a Communist Party mouthpiece, has inspired speculation that the Chinese regime's new leader ...
July 22, 2013
Xi Jinping Fan Group Catches China’s Attention
A Chinese microblog dedicated to Communist Party leader Xi Jinping has gone viral.
February 8, 2013
Torment in Thailand: Chinese Embassy Versus Grandma
A 72-year-old Falun Gong practitioner has persisted in sitting outside the Chinese Consulate in Bangkok protesting every weekday ...
July 23, 2012
A Kneeling Mao Feels Wrath of Online Chinese
Two bold Chinese artists are exhibiting works in the U.S. that could never be shown in China—and Chinese ...
June 2, 2011
As China’s Asian Games Approach, a ‘Death Road’ Awaits
A Chinese quality inspector says the Guangzhou Metro's extension, planned to open for the Asian Games on Oct. ...
October 25, 2010
Chinese Blogger Unveils Fake Manufacturing Date on Milk Packaging
A Chinese blog titled “How to decode hidden information on milk packages for the real manufacturing date” recently ...
June 25, 2010
Plastic-Foam Construction Seen in Guangzhou
A blogger posted photos that allegedly show that the exterior decoration project for the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games ...
May 25, 2010
Volker: ‘I Was Never Involved in Anything That I Considered Bribery at All—Or Extortion’
Senators Condemn Arson Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times Printing Press
Pence Advisor Pushes Back on Williams’s Testimony: ‘I Heard Nothing Wrong or Improper’ on Ukraine Call
FBI Mismanaged Its Use of Informants: IG Horowitz Report
Senate Unanimously Passes Hong Kong Bills
Impeachment Witness Refuses to Name Intelligence Official He Briefed About Trump’s Ukraine Call
Hawley Introduces Security Bill Addressing Data, Privacy Concerns
Plurality of Independents Oppose Trump Impeachment Inquiry, Polls Show
Impeachment Inquiry Witness Suggests Aid to Lebanon Withheld at Same Time as Ukraine
Trump Orders More Armed Forces to Middle East to Deter Iran