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China’s Internet Giant Under Scrutiny Following Death of StudentRead More»

China’s Internet Giant Under Scrutiny Following Death of Student

(Image: NTD) By Yi Ming, 10 mins ago A 21-year-old college student from China has died after receiving ineffective treatments that he found online using China’s largest search engine, Baidu. China’s state run media is accusing the Internet giant of putting profits first. Last month, Wei Zexi died from synovial sarcoma, a rare form of [...]

Date:05/06/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

China: Corrupt Officials May Face Death PenaltyRead More»

China: Corrupt Officials May Face Death Penalty

China has announced the new Interpretation on bribery sentencing. (Image: Bykst via Pixabay/CC0 q.0) By Yi Ming, 57 mins ago On April 18, the Chinese Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate released an updated “judicial interpretation,” which has clearly stated corrupt officials with bribery of more than 3 million yuan ($463,023 USD) could face [...]

Date:04/22/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

When a Mother’s Love Conflicts With Loyalty to the Chinese Communist PartyRead More»

When a Mother’s Love Conflicts With Loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party

(Image: University of the Fraser Valley via flickr/ CC BY 2.0 ) By VISION TIMES, 1 hour ago A Chinese Communist Party bureaucrat has become a controversial figure on social media for advocating against the spread of western values in Chinese classrooms even though she herself sent her son to study aboard. Lin Yu Hong, [...]

Date:04/05/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

Chinese Police Tear Families Apart Over Letter That Demanded President’s ResignationRead More»

Chinese Police Tear Families Apart Over Letter That Demanded President’s Resignation

Germany-based Chinese writer Chang Ping's siblings were detained by police on March 27. (Image: Twitter ) By VISION TIMES, 1 hour ago An open letter urging China President Xi Jinping to resign has triggered a rash of political persecution against the family members of Chinese dissidents living abroad. Germany-based writer and Deutsche Welle reporter Chang [...]

Date:04/05/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

Is the Newspaper Editor’s Resignation in China a Censorship Tipping Point?Read More»

Is the Newspaper Editor’s Resignation in China a Censorship Tipping Point?

Some critics believe that China's media environment, which was "already tightly controlled, is becoming even more tightly controlled. (Image: VT/ Hermann Rohr) By Hermann Rohr, 1 hour ago A Chinese newspaper editor has resigned publicly in protest against the tightening censorship the Chinese authorities impose on media throughout the country. It comes amidst calls by [...]

Date:03/30/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

Heard About Red China’s ‘Gestapo,’ the 6-10 Office?Read More»

Heard About Red China’s ‘Gestapo,’ the 6-10 Office?

Officers in its ranks. (Image: China Uncensored via Screenshot/YouTube) By James Burke, 1 min ago The first high ranking Party official in China convicted this year under President Xi Jinping’s so-called anti-corruption campaign was an individual named Li Dongsheng, a former deputy director of Public Security. Most international media covered the official corruption charges and [...]

Date:02/01/2016 | Category:China Culture&News

Red China Suffers Its ‘Most Damaging Case of Treason’ Since 1949Read More»

Red China Suffers Its ‘Most Damaging Case of Treason’ Since 1949

China’s Communist cadres have been informed that a former Party official has defected and handed over state secrets to the U.S., says reports. (Image: Rivard via Compfight cc) By James Burke, 20 mins ago One risk that Chinese leader Xi Jinping faces with his so called anti-corruption campaign is that a suspected official does the [...]

Date:12/30/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

Read This Former Colonel’s Moving Message to Xi JingpingRead More»

Read This Former Colonel’s Moving Message to Xi Jingping

A former colonel of the CCP has written a moving message to the president of China, Xi Jinping. (Image: cwx123.com) By Troy Oakes, 17 hours ago Luo Yu, the son of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) “founding” general, Lo Jui-ching, recently published an article in Hong Kong’s Apple Daily calling on Xi Jinping to abolish [...]

Date:12/20/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

As Global Leaders Discuss Climate Change, Beijing Chokes on Toxic SmogRead More»

As Global Leaders Discuss Climate Change, Beijing Chokes on Toxic Smog

Through the haze of pollution, a Chinese man plays his erhu in Suzhou, a city west of Shanghai. (Image: DaiLuo via flicker / CC BY 2.0 ) Wikimedia Commons / public domain.) By James Burke, 1 min ago As Chinese President Xi Jinping joined other world leaders this week to discuss climate change, and to [...]

Date:12/02/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

Online Petition Calls for Miss World Canada to Attend Miss World Title in ChinaRead More»

Online Petition Calls for Miss World Canada to Attend Miss World Title in China

The 2015 Miss World Canada, Anastasia Lin, testifies on religious persecution in China before the Congressional Executive Commission on China in Washington, D.C. on July 23, 2015. (Image: Li Sha/Epoch Times) By James Burke, 12 hours ago I wonder if the Chinese communist authorities factored in the amount of international media coverage they’d get by [...]

Date:11/25/2015 | Category:China Culture&News

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