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Violent Storm Kills at Least 11 in East China
Strong winds and hail have killed at least 11 people and injured more than 100 late Friday evening during a storm in China's eastern Jiangsu Province, according to local media. ...
May 3, 2021
Chinese Petitioner Confined to Her Home by Authorities for Dissent
A woman and her husband have been blocked from leaving their home for 64 days, after she attempted ...
September 28, 2020
21 Large-scale Floods in China; Explosion News Removed; Chinese Regime Tightens Economy Control
Heavy rainfall continues in parts of China, and on September 22 water levels on the Songhua River in ...
September 23, 2020
Student in China Dies at School, Parents Forbidden to Investigate
Honest News Straight to Your Home. Try the Epoch Times yourself, and get a free gift. Location: Nantong ...
June 14, 2020
Child Falls Out of Minivan, Gets Run Over—and Survives
A child in China survived after falling out of a moving minivan. Surveillance cameras captured the scene which ...
April 7, 2016
Chinese People’s Wish to Move Overseas Leads to a Scam
An unscrupulous businessman seems to have cashed in on China’s desire to emigrate.
April 26, 2015
Shanghai Battery Factory Raises Pollution Concerns
Thousands of Shanghai residents protested against a battery factory being built near the city’s main drinking water supply.
May 6, 2013
Spreading Online ‘Rumors’ About H7N9 Gets Jail Time
Chinese authorities have been arresting people for online discussions about the new bird flu.
April 11, 2013
March 32 Weather Report: Partly Cloudy in East China
Yangzhou Television viewers were left confused by a March 32 weather report. It seemed to be a joke ...
April 2, 2013
Top Official Fired in Jiangsu Province
Chinese official media recently announced that the secretary of the largest city in Jiangsu Province has been dismissed ...
March 5, 2013
Rare Waterspout Phenomenon Appears Over Lake in Jiangsu Province
A waterspout, which is a meteorological phenomenon that causes a funnel-shaped cloud to form above a body of ...
August 30, 2012
Now Home in Taiwan, Man ‘Abducted’ by Chinese Police Tells Ordeal
A Taiwanese man detained by Chinese security forces for nearly two months said that Chinese police put him ...
August 14, 2012
Typhoon Haikui Hits Central Chinese Coast: 1 Million Relocated
Populous Chinese coastal areas have been hit by severe tropical storm Typhoon Haikui.
August 7, 2012
China Protesters Ransack Government Building, Shut Down Waste Project
A protest in Qidong, China, saw a mayor stripped of his shirt, as residents tried to shut down ...
July 28, 2012
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China’s COVID-19-Hit Shenzhen Suspends Direct Flights to Beijing
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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cheerleader Who Swore Online, in Free-Speech Decision
Critical Race Theory Feud on Full Display at School Board Meeting
Warren Buffett Resigns From Gates Foundation
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