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Posts by insiders exposed the means of fraud in the lottery system, but were rapidly censored. [Read More]
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Researcher and Chinese Christian Li Baoyang was hounded by the authorities for his online postings in a 20-day mass deletion of online blogging accounts. [Read More]
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Xifeng, one of China's four most famous brands of liquor called baijiu, could be unsafe for human consumption after tests found excessive levels of toxic... [Read More]
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The Chinese regime aims to be the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) technology, and this has alarmed the West. The Beijing Institute of Technology... [Read More]
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As the Sino-U.S. trade war intensifies with no signs of abating after the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, Beijing may be signalling willingness to work with... [Read More]
A professor at Guizhou University has been fired for voicing criticism of the Chinese Communist Party. [Read More]
On Sept. 18, the Sichuan Provincial Public Security Bureau opened a case involving five people suspected of extorting 200,000 yuan (about $30,000) from one enterprise... [Read More]
Amazon, the world largest internet retailer, shuffled its Chinese business recently, not to combat poor performance, but to crack down on bribery among its employees... [Read More]
The event did not make the news until Sept. 14, when the Chinese Embassy in Sweden issued a public notice warning Chinese not to visit... [Read More]
Su Chi-cheng, director of the Taiwan Representative Office in Osaka, Japan, committed suicide on Sept. 14 following heavy criticism for his supposed negligence in the... [Read More]
A string of tuberculosis cases at an high school in Hunan Province, southern China, has led to harsh criticism of the school administration and the... [Read More]
China has invited the United States' top bankers to a gathering in Beijing to discuss relations between the two countries, amid an impasse with President... [Read More]
Around 4 a.m. on Sept. 7, construction workers in Jinhua, a city in eastern China's Zhejiang Province, found the body of a woman hanging from... [Read More]
On Sept. 1, hundreds of angry parents in the Chinese city of Leiyang gathered before six schools to protest a government plan to place 9,000... [Read More]
On Sept. 1, the Chinese regime shared tax-related information with authorities in 83 countries that operate under the Common Reporting Standards (CRS) as set forth... [Read More]
Richard Liu, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, has received widespread attention throughout China following his Sept. 1 arrest for rape in... [Read More]
Authorities in northern China's Shanxi Province have charged one of the region's wealthiest men with being a "gang leader," according to local reports. The accusation,... [Read More]
The rape and murder of a 20-year-old woman in the eastern Chinese city of Wenzhou on Aug. 24 by her rideshare driver has sparked debate... [Read More]
Shaolin Temple, possibly the world's most famous Chinese Buddhist monastery, was witness to a rare scene on the morning of Aug. 27. With a ceremony... [Read More]
The deaths of three shipbuilding researchers, who drowned while trying to save an experimental floating platform that was being battered by Typhoon Rumbia, have revealed... [Read More]
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