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Some activists say the movement is now at its weakest point since the Tiananmen Square crackdown in 1989. [Read More]
Chinese internet users have used the bear to poke fun at President Xi Jinping, irking the ruling Communist Party. [Read More]
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Spiritual leaders at Mao Mountain, a sacred Taoist site, emphasize a distinctly Chinese type of environmentalism. Christians, Buddhists and Muslims are embracing it, too. [Read More]
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Inmates suffer torture, forced labor and malnutrition, but political prisoners like the Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo are often denied medical care, activists say. [Read More]
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The doctors' assessment renewed pressure on China to grant more liberties to Mr. Liu, who is serving an 11-year sentence after being convicted of state... [Read More]
Hundreds of rescue workers tapped, poked and dug through the earth and rubble left by a landslide that smothered a village in southwestern China on... [Read More]
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Rescue workers searched for survivors after a landslide in the southwestern province of Sichuan, a region of brittle, unstable mountains, but said their chances were... [Read More]
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Yu Huan's case had provoked a national debate about family honor and filial piety, as he had come to his mother's defense. [Read More]
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Chinese investigators on Friday pointed to a suspect in the explosion, Xu Taoran, 22, a university dropout who had written violent screeds against parents and... [Read More]
The state broadcaster, CCTV, reported that the authorities had recovered writings about death and killing from the home of a 22-year-old man, who died in... [Read More]
Despite a promised "war on pollution," people in a town where 300 children were poisoned with lead faced a backlash, and threats, when they sued... [Read More]
As China prepares to take a lead role in fighting global warming, its leader embraced the governor, one of President Trump's most prominent critics on... [Read More]
In a meeting packed with symbolism, President Xi Jinping of China met with Brown, at the governor's request, at the very moment China prepares to... [Read More]
The state-controlled news media seized the moment to cast doubt on American democracy and promote an image of China as a responsible superpower. [Read More]
"In the Name of the People" has become one of the most popular shows in Chinese history, with themes and scenes that mirror real life. [Read More]
Business ties to the Trump-Kushner families have some Chinese hoping for a green card, N.Y. Times reports. [Read More]
To lure money from China, the Kushner family business tapped a specialist that has faced legal fights and another that played up its political ties. [Read More]
"As journalists in China, we are accustomed to dealing with harassment. But we don't typically encounter bullying at events where American companies hold court." [Read More]
Kushner Companies and its Chinese partner canceled their real estate, cross-country roadshow in China, N.Y. Times reports. [Read More]
Executives from the organization, including Nicole Meyer, the sister of Jared Kushner, were expected to appear in the southern cities of Shenzhen and Guangzhou. [Read More]
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