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On Tiananmen’s Anniversary, New Push to Hold Chinese Regime Accountable for 1989 Massacre
On the anniversary of the Chinese regime’s crackdown on student protests at Tiananmen Square, the United States has urged Beijing to "make a full public accounting of the event" that ...
June 4, 2018
Professor: ‘Democracy is compatible with Chinese culture’
Taiwan's recent presidential election is proof positive that democracy could work in China, a country with the same ...
January 29, 2016
Zhou Yongkang Gave Order to Quickly ‘Close Case’ on Activist Death
Security czar Zhou Yongkang gave the order to cremate the body of Li Wangyang within three days of ...
June 26, 2012
Tiananmen Square Massacre Candlelight Vigil in Hong Kong 180,000-Strong
Calls for democracy in China resounded at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park as more than 180,000 attended the yearly ...
June 4, 2012
Redress 1989 Tiananmen Massacre, Say Hong Kong Citizens
Hong Kong residents are preparing for the annual commemoration of the June 4, 1989, Tiananmen Square student protests ...
May 29, 2012
Easier Registration For Social Organizations Might Pave Way for China’s Political Reform
Political parties, human rights organizations, and other groups that are normally suppressed—often violently—in China, will now be allowed ...
May 15, 2012
Secret New Party Pushes for Democracy, End to Rule of Chinese Regime
A new political party aims to create a constitutional democracy in China and end one-party rule.
May 14, 2012
Wei Jingsheng: Political Upheaval in China Significant
Wei Jingsheng, one of the most recognized Chinese human rights and democracy activists, weighs in on the significance ...
March 30, 2012
Chinese Officials Downplay Wukan Village Elections
Contradictory statements by officials at China’s annual two meetings regarding the eagerly anticipated village elections in Wukan, Guangdong ...
March 8, 2012
In Wukan Village Election, the Party’s Not So Hidden Hand
Communist Party authorities are already working to manipulate Wukan's fledgling free elections.
February 4, 2012
Chinese Farmers Elect Own Union to Fight Corruption
In a small township in Henan Province, over two hundred farmers have taken a leaf from the book ...
January 31, 2012
Modest Hero of Chinese Democracy Movement Awarded Prize
The Wei Jingsheng Foundation awards it annual prize for democracy advocate to Liu Di
December 14, 2011
Hong Kong Police Block Protests Against China’s Vice Premier
China's vice premier departure from a Hong Kong visit marked by voices of protest and anger at the ...
August 22, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
Vigil for Lives Lost Under Chinese Communist Regime
Various groups promoting change in China held a vigil outside New York's Chinese Consulate for those lost under ...
October 6, 2010
20 Years After the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Looking back 20 years after the Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing, China.
June 4, 2009
773 Million Emails, 21 Million Passwords Leaked in ‘Largest Breach Ever’—Are You Affected?
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Total Lunar Eclipse Meets Supermoon Sunday Night
The Associated Press
Trump Sets Goal of Missile Detection ‘Anywhere, Any Time, Any Place’
250 Illegal Immigrants Give Themselves Up to Border Agents in New Mexico
Fewer Americans Seek Unemployment Benefits, Surprising Economists
North Korea Envoy Headed to US to Meet Pompeo, Possibly Trump: Report
Why Steny Hoyer and Rand Paul Could Become Shutdown Heroes
Car Bomb at Colombian Police Academy Kills Nine, Injures 24
Experts: US Must Be Ready for Cyberwar
President Trump Grounds Pelosi by Canceling Flight