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Peking University Students Demand: ‘Bring Down the Wall’
China’s most prestigious university, Peking University in Beijing, saw a protest against its Covid containment maneuver. At midnight on May 15, students protested the erection of a temporary metal wall that ...
May 17, 2022
China’s Top Scholars Speak Out Against Beijing’s Aggressive Military Expansion, Plans To Invade Taiwan
Scholars from China’s top university publicly expressed opposition to Beijing’s hawkish pursuit of military expansion and the possible ...
January 31, 2022
Cornell Faculty, Students Oppose Partnership With CCP-Controlled Peking University
The governing bodies of faculty and undergraduate students at Cornell University have voted against a proposed partnership with ...
April 2, 2021
Famous Chinese Actor Caught Up in Academic Fraud Scandal
The year’s first public case of academic fraud in China happened this past week when Zhai Tianlin, a ...
February 12, 2019
Chinese Student Activists Condemn Authorities’ Attempts to Stop Labor Protests
A group of Chinese student activists has condemned authorities’ attempts to intimidate their peers by forcing them to ...
January 22, 2019
At a Top Chinese University, Activist ‘Confessions’ Strike Fear into Students
BEIJING—In late December, on the leafy streets of China's prestigious Peking University, a handful of students held up ...
January 21, 2019
China’s Peking University Tightens Communist Party Control, Curbs Activism
BEIJING—China's prestigious Peking University, historically a bastion of student activism, has moved to quash dissent and strengthen Communist ...
November 14, 2018
US Academic and Critic of Beijing Censorship Will Leave China After Losing Job
BEIJING—An American professor and vocal critic of Beijing's censorship said he has lost his job at the prestigious ...
July 18, 2018
Chinese ‘Tiger Mom’ Defends Harsh Schedule for Son
Chinese netizens say the woman in question has some serious issues.
March 4, 2016
Major Changes in China Will Impact Hong Kong and Japan
On Feb. 18, 2015, Epoch Times Hong Kong branch president Ms. Guo Jun gave a speech in Tokyo's ...
May 6, 2015
Chinese Law Professor Offers Staunch Defense of Constitutionalism
Outspoken law professor Zhang Qianfan at China’s Peking University says the Party’s official view on constitutionalism is “against ...
January 11, 2015
Michelle Obama Touches on Freedom in China Speech
First Lady Michelle Obama’s reference to freedom of speech at Peking University on March 22
March 23, 2014
The Spirit of the University Dismissed in China
The recent dismissal of professor Xia Yeliang from Peking University shows the freedom of inquiry essential to the ...
October 30, 2013
University Claims Over Dismissal of Chinese Professor Are Disputed
The official explanation for the dismissal of a Chinese university professor by Peking University has been questioned.
October 23, 2013
Turning the Tables on the Regime’s ‘Rumor’ Crackdown
A renowned Chinese university professor accused a state media’s editor of spreading rumor, saying that he reserves the ...
September 19, 2013
China Faces Ongoing Brain Drain
China's loss of top talent is the highest in the world, and this could be due in part ...
June 11, 2013
Disclosing Chinese Officials’ Wealth Faces ‘Difficulties’: Anti-Corruption Head
China’s anti-corruption campaign, said to be urgently needed to save the Party and the state, and launched with ...
January 1, 2013
Chinese Economist: Corruption Will Kill Regime, But Not China
A former Beijing University professor, Zhang Weiying, told a public forum last week how corruption could be solved ...
December 27, 2012
Former Professor Alleges Lewd Conduct by Beijing University Faculty
According to a former professor at Beijing University, academics and administrators at the school regularly cavort with waitresses ...
August 22, 2012
After the Tiananmen Massacre, Retreating to the Mountains For Twenty Years
The Wang family doesn't want to leave the mountains and doesn't want visitors.
April 10, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
Chinese Premier Says Student Audience Hand Picked
Wen Jiabao's Youth Day comment about pre-arranged audiences prompted much discussion.
May 7, 2010
Epoch Times Staff
New Yorkers May Be Forced to ‘Electrify Everything’ From 2030
Pro-Abortion Marchers Continue to Protest Outside Supreme Court Justices Residences
Amtrak Train Derails in Missouri After Hitting a Truck, Injuries Reported
Americans Will Pay 17 Percent More for July 4 Cookout: Farm Bureau
New York Judge Strikes Down Law Allowing Noncitizens to Vote in Local Elections
DeSantis Signs Bright Futures Bill to Expand Scholarship Access in Florida
No Safety Data to Back CDC’s Recommendation on Co-administering COVID-19 Injections and Other Vaccines in Children
US Economic Growth to Hit Just 0.3 Percent for 2nd Quarter
State Blocked From Banning Nearly All Abortions Despite Supreme Court's Roe Ruling
Pelosi’s Office Responds After Texas Republican Says She ‘Pushed’ Daughter