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Red Guard-Cum-Red Aristocrat Apologizes for Killing TeacherRead More»

Red Guard-Cum-Red Aristocrat Apologizes for Killing Teacher

By Leo Timm, Epoch Times | January 13, 2014Last Updated: January 13, 2014 4:54 pm Feedback Song Binbin (R) is putting a Red Guard armband on Chairman Mao Zedong’s (L) arm at Tiananmen on Aug. 18, 1966. (Screenshot/163.com/Epoch Times) More in Chinese RegimeBeijing Pushes Mandarin, Punishing Ethnic TonguesEx-Bloomberg China Reporter, Michael Forsythe, Hired by New [...]

Date:01/15/2014 | Category:China News

How Three Chinese Communist Party Leaders Rejected the PartyRead More»

How Three Chinese Communist Party Leaders Rejected the Party

By Gu Chunqiu, Epoch Times | January 5, 2014Last Updated: January 5, 2014 6:40 am Feedback A mourner stands before a large portrait of former Chinese Communist Party chief Zhao Ziyang in Hong Kong's Victoria Park on Jan. 19, 2005. After the Tiananmen Square massacre, Zhao twice asked to withdraw from the CCP, but was [...]

Date:01/06/2014 | Category:China News

Canada’s Association of University Teachers Calls on Universities to Close Confucius InstitutesRead More»

Canada’s Association of University Teachers Calls on Universities to Close Confucius Institutes

By Omid Ghoreishi, Epoch Times | December 31, 2013Last Updated: January 1, 2014 2:46 am Feedback Sonia Zhao, a former instructor at McMaster University's Confucius Institute (now closed) gives a speech about the persecution of Falun Gong at a rally in Toronto in August 2011. The Canadian Association of University Teachers says Confucius Institutes are [...]

Date:01/01/2014 | Category:China News

Singer’s Funeral Reveals Changes at Top of Chinese Communist PartyRead More»

Singer’s Funeral Reveals Changes at Top of Chinese Communist Party

By Leo Timm, Epoch Times | December 21, 2013Last Updated: December 21, 2013 11:00 pm Feedback More in China SocietyTop Retailers Ban Angora Rabbit FurAnother Chinese Journalist Arrested For Taking BribesHong Kong and Korea Team Up to Promote Convenient Travel The Dec. 17 funeral of iconic opera star Hung Sin-nui has drawn attention not just [...]

Date:12/22/2013 | Category:China News

Xi Jinping Brings Military Into LineRead More»

Xi Jinping Brings Military Into Line

By Lu Chen, Epoch Times | November 26, 2013Last Updated: November 25, 2013 6:27 pm Feedback Chinese para-military police stand guard in Tiananmen Square on Nov. 8, 2013. China’s Central Military Commission have set up special inspection groups that will investigate leading officers in the military and the People's Armed Police, according to the state-run [...]

Date:11/27/2013 | Category:China News

Was the Tiananmen Car Crash a Terrorist Attack?Read More»

Was the Tiananmen Car Crash a Terrorist Attack?

By Jane Lin, Epoch Times | November 7, 2013Last Updated: November 7, 2013 12:15 pm Feedback Chinese authorities did not release any surveillance videos this time because they don’t want people to find loopholes to prove that this is not a ‘terrorist attack.' Heng He, political analystMore in China Human RightsThe Uses of Naming Groups [...]

Date:11/07/2013 | Category:China News

Better Than Ping Pong: Panda Diplomacy Builds RelationshipsRead More»

Better Than Ping Pong: Panda Diplomacy Builds Relationships

By Cassie Ryan, Epoch Times | October 17, 2013Last Updated: October 17, 2013 5:45 pm Feedback Giant Panda Tian Tian is seen at the Giant Panda exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Zoo his mate Mei Xiang rests indoors Aug. 7, 2013 in Washington, DC. A new study holds that the 50 pandas on loan around [...]

Date:10/18/2013 | Category:China News

Fight ‘Hostile Western Forces’ on Internet, Says Chinese GeneralRead More»

Fight ‘Hostile Western Forces’ on Internet, Says Chinese General

By Lu Chen, Epoch Times and Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times | October 16, 2013Last Updated: October 16, 2013 10:34 pm Feedback Liu Yazhou, a Chinese general, declared that hostile Western forces are using the Internet to attack China, and it’s time to fight back. His remarks one of a series of initiatives by the Chinese [...]

Date:10/18/2013 | Category:China News

Televised Cadre Confessionals in China Fail to ConvinceRead More»

Televised Cadre Confessionals in China Fail to Convince

By Lu Chen, Epoch Times and Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times | September 30, 2013Last Updated: September 30, 2013 4:34 am Xi-talks-screenshot: Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping gives a speech at a provincial committee meeting in Hebei Province, held from Sept. 23-25. Xi has recently embarked on a campaign of criticism and self-criticism in the [...]

Date:09/30/2013 | Category:China News

China Reflects, Unofficially, on Its Dark PastRead More»

China Reflects, Unofficially, on Its Dark Past

By Carol Wickenkamp, Epoch Times | September 15, 2013Last Updated: September 16, 2013 2:21 am Teacher Wen Hanjiang sits on the left as Chen Xiaolu (C), gestures. Chen had visited the teacher's house to apologize for how he had attacked him during the Cultural Revolution. (Screenshot/dwnews.com/Epoch Times) The tragedy the Cultural Revolution brought to the [...]

Date:09/16/2013 | Category:China News

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