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Top Chinese Official Says Trade Dispute Has Positive Impact, in Remarks that Contrast Media Reports
Wang Yang, the fourth-most-powerful Chinese politician, recently commented on the U.S.-China trade dispute while speaking to a Taiwan delegation visiting mainland China. A Taiwanese journalist in the delegation revealed that ...
June 5, 2019
New Party Leadership Moves in on Strongholds of Old Faction
The new Chinese Communist Party head and former leader have been hard at work reshuffling key officials to ...
January 8, 2013
Seeing Clearly the Leadership Change in Beijing
Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin each had their reasons for keeping their positions in the CMC when they ...
November 27, 2012
New Leadership in Beijing Spells End of Reform
The new lineup of the Chinese Communist Party’s Politburo Standing Committee signals an end to the hope of ...
November 15, 2012
EXCLUSIVE: Roles of New Standing Committee Members Decided, Source Indicates
An insider provides a lineup of the suspected new politburo members and their duties.
August 31, 2012
Alleged Chinese-American Mobster Arrested in Southern China
Police, in China’s Guangdong Province, arrest a prominent Chinese-American business owner, Hu Weisheng, from Los Angeles.
June 28, 2012
Hundreds of Guangdong Officials to be Interrogated
Hundreds of current and former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials were taken into custody in the southern province ...
June 21, 2012
In Sign of Political Thaw, Guangdong Allows Union Elections
Shenzhen in southern China will be the first to promote elections for trade unions—an apparent shift in regime ...
May 31, 2012
Guangdong Reformist Wang Yang May Have His Day in the Sun
Wang Yang, one of the most prominent figures in the reformist faction of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), ...
May 23, 2012
Reformist Crosses Swords With Hard-Liners in China’s South
In the bustling southern province of Guangdong, Party Secretary Wang Yang is making a name for himself as ...
May 20, 2012
Youth League Faction Expected to Dominate Next Politburo
New Politburo expected to maintain 9 seats, but exact makeup still unclear
May 9, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Wang Yang, Senior Party Official, Goes Against Propaganda Line
A senior Party official said recently that the Chinese people should not thank the Party for their happiness, ...
May 9, 2012
France, Germany, UK ‘Concerned’ by Iran’s Latest Breach of Nuclear Deal
Graham Releases Russia Probe Docs, Calls Crossfire Hurricane Probe ‘Incompetent and Corrupt’
55 People Died in US After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines: Reporting System
Apple CEO Says Company Suspended Parler Because ‘Incitement to Violence’ Is Not Free Speech
Facebook Blocks Creation of New Events Near Capitols Through Inauguration Day
Health Secretary Azar Rebuts Report He Resigned: ‘I Am Still Here’
IRS Pushes Back Start of Tax Filing Season to Feb. 12
‘Insufficient Evidence’: Justice Department Closes Probe Into Pennsylvania Discarded Ballots
Parler CEO John Matze, Family Forced Into Hiding Due to Death Threats, Security Breaches: Filing
Activist John Sullivan Released Conditionally Without Bail After Arrest Over Capitol Building Breach
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