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World | Associated Press | Monday March 10, 2014
The local Chinese official remembers the panic he felt in Room 109. He had refused to confess to bribery he says he didn't commit, and his Communist Party interrogators were forcing his legs apart.
Wednesday March 5, 2014
At a plenum meeting of the ruling Communist Party last November, China announced ambitious reforms that signaled the shift of the world's second-biggest economy from investment- and export-fueled growth towards a slower, more balanced and sustained e...
World | Associated Press | Tuesday February 25, 2014
The smog is so bad even the statues wear masks. Or at least they do in photos of a campus stunt circulating online as parts of northern China suffered a sixth straight day of severe pollution.
World | Agence-France Presse | Tuesday February 25, 2014
Business networking site LinkedIn has launched a Chinese version, attempting to tap the huge market while navigating a strict censorship regime that has seen other foreign social media giants banned.
World | Agence France Presse | Friday February 21, 2014
A businesswoman ranked as one of the 50 wealthiest in China has been ousted from a senior political organisation, with state media on Friday pointing to her links to a former high-ranking official facing graft allegations.
World | Reuters | Thursday February 20, 2014
More migrant workers deserted China's coastal regions last year, as lower living costs and proximity to home trumped higher wages.
World | Reuters | Sunday January 26, 2014
A Chinese court sentenced one of China's most prominent rights advocates to four years in prison on Sunday after he campaigned for the rights of children from rural areas to be educated in cities and for officials to disclose their assets.
World | Press Trust of India | Friday January 10, 2014
Enforcing an anti-graft drive launched by President Xi Jinping, China punished 1.82 lakh officials for corruption in 2013 amid speculation that son of a retired top ruling Communist Party leader has been detained on graft charges.
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday December 30, 2013
Their banners have urged an end to China's "dictatorship", scorned the regime as "rogue" and dared leaders to disclose their assets as a step against graft -- all dangerous calls under Communist Party rule.
World | Reuters | Saturday December 28, 2013
Chinese President Xi Jinping showed off the common touch on Saturday with a surprise visit to a steamed bun restaurant in Beijing.
World | Agence France-Presse | Saturday December 28, 2013
China's top legislative committee formally approved a loosening of the country's hugely controversial one-child policy on Saturday and abolished "re-education through labour" camps, state media reported.
World | Reuters | Friday December 27, 2013
Chinese officials going on business overseas will no longer be able to charter planes or fly in private or corporate jets, guidelines announced on Friday said.
World | Reuters | Thursday December 26, 2013
China warned its local governments on Thursday against holding lavish dinners, fireworks displays and hiring celebrities to attract investment.
World | Reuters | Thursday December 26, 2013
China celebrated the 120th birthday of Mao Zedong, the founder of modern China, on Thursday, but with scaled-back festivities as President Xi Jinping embarks on broad economic reforms which have unsettled leftists.
World | Reuters | Wednesday December 25, 2013
China's ruling Communist Party unveiled on Wednesday a five-year plan to fight pervasive graft, with particular attention on corruption.
World | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday December 25, 2013
Pilgrims from across the country lit firecrackers and offered flowers in Shaoshan, where Mao was born to celebrate a man widely viewed as the father of modern China.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 24, 2013
China's top legislative committee voted today to abolish "re-education through labour" camps introduced more than half a century ago, saying they had served their purpose.
World | Reuters | Tuesday December 24, 2013
China's ruling Communist Party has banned officials from belonging to or visiting private clubs, saying they are often used as venues for illicit deals or sexual liaisons, in the latest move to stamp out pervasive corruption.
World | Reuters | Friday December 20, 2013
China's vice minister of public security is under investigation for "suspected serious law and discipline violations", the Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said on Friday.
Wednesday December 18, 2013
China-focused equity funds saw some net inflows in November, when the ruling Communist Party announced plans for far-reaching economic and social reforms, and analysts said once the government starts following through on those plans it would trigger ...