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14 Trapped in Coal Mine Collapse in Southern China
A coal mine collapse in southwestern China has trapped 14 miners, according to Chinese state media. State broadcaster CCTV reported that the Sanhe Shunxun coal mine in Guizhou Province had ...
February 27, 2022
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Chinese Officials Publish Dubious Figures on Poverty Alleviation
Commentary The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) media repeatedly reported last month that the goal of alleviating poverty in ...
January 24, 2021
Chinese Liquor Giant’s Stock Price Plummets After Free Handover of Shares to Local Government
Stock prices for Chinese liquor brand Kweichow Moutai have fluctuated for four consecutive trading days, causing losses to ...
January 20, 2021
Experts Criticize the Chinese Regime’s Economic Policies
During a tour at a factory in Tongren city, Guizhou Province, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said that he ...
July 13, 2020
China’s Largest Dam Draws Scrutiny for Structural Flaws as Flooding Ravages Country
China’s controversial Three Gorges Dam, the largest hydropower project in the world, has drawn scrutiny for its structural ...
June 24, 2020
Some Chinese High Schools Reopen, as Public Worries About New Virus Outbreaks
209 senior students at a high school in the southwestern province of Guizhou have developed fever and diarrhea—typical ...
March 29, 2020
Case of Young Chinese Woman Who Died From Malnutrition Sparks Outrage at Government
The death of a 24-year-old Chinese woman on Jan. 13 because of severe malnutrition is sparking widespread outrage ...
January 16, 2020
China Anti-Corruption Authorities Say They Punished 6,500
The Chinese Communist Party's anti-corruption task force, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, said that it has punished ...
September 18, 2014
China Reports Large Gun Bust
Ordinary citizens in China do not have ready access to firearms. So it was considered front-page news recently ...
April 14, 2014
‘Time Tunnel’ in China Sets Clocks Back 1 Hour
Drivers passing through a so-called “time tunnel” in Guizhou often find their mobiles have lost an hour in ...
June 3, 2013
Young Girl Cuffed and Paraded Through Streets by Official in China
A 13-year-old girl was handcuffed and paraded through the street after accidentally spilling water onto an official car ...
May 28, 2013
Chinese Regime Confirms Two New Cases of Bird Flu
The Chinese Ministry of Health on Monday reported that there were two new human cases of the highly ...
February 11, 2013
Biden’s Fiery Gas Station Twitter Post Trolled by US Energy Group
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Cuomo Aide’s Bribery Appeal in Pay-to-Play Scheme
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Japan to Cap Russian Oil at Half Current Price: Kishida
Texas Man Arrested for Threatening to Use AK-47 Rifle Against Supreme Court After Roe V. Wade Reversal
Biden’s SEC Reacts Negatively to Bipartisan, Pro-Market ‘Responsible Financial Innovation Act’
32,000 Australians Told to Evacuate as Sydney Faces Fourth ‘Once in a 100 Year’ Flooding Event
Australia to Lift COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Overseas Travellers