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Norovirus Outbreak in Chinese College
Around a hundred male college students in China suddenly started having diarrhea and vomiting earlier this week. Despite reports of widespread poisoning, the school at the Wucheng campus of Shanxi ...
October 9, 2020
Shoddy Construction Causes Deaths and Injuries in China
Shoddy construction in China has cost the lives of many. On the morning of Aug. 29, when a ...
September 2, 2020
Exclusive: China’s Shanxi Province Goes on Lockdown, Imposes Heightened Security for Key Anniversary
As the Chinese Communist Party prepares large-scale celebrations for the upcoming 70th anniversary of its takeover of China, ...
September 13, 2019
Coal Ban Forces Chinese Living in Frigid North to Burn Furniture to Keep Warm
People in a district of Taiyuan, the capital of northern China’s Shanxi Province, have resorted to burning timber, ...
November 22, 2018
Chinese Court Sentences Police Officers Complicit in Raiding Ancient Tombs
Shanxi Province is part of the ancient Chinese heartland. Home to the capitals of multiple dynasties and kingdoms, ...
September 18, 2018
Local Governments in Coal-Rich Chinese Province Can’t Meet Payroll
Nearly 87 percent of county government in Shanxi Province couldn’t pay the salary of their civil servants as ...
December 29, 2015
Three High-Ranking Officials Sacked in One Day in Northern Chinese Province
On Aug. 23, three high officials in northern China’s Shanxi Province were sacked in one day, the first ...
August 25, 2014
Chinese New Year Travelers Persist Through Harsh Weather
Neither blizzards, freezing winds, nor blinding fog could stop determined Chinese New Year travelers.
February 10, 2013
Coal Mine Explosion Kills Seven in China
Seven people were killed in a coal mine explosion in northern China on Monday, an incident which drew ...
January 9, 2013
Chinese Security Official Sacked Over Son’s Transgressions and Cover-Up
A public security official in Shanxi Province has been sacked after he used his position and strong-arm tactics ...
December 13, 2012
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China’s COVID-19-Hit Shenzhen Suspends Direct Flights to Beijing
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AstraZeneca and Pfizer Vaccines Effective Against Delta and Kappa Strains of CCP Virus: Study
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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