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  • In Chinese Shadow, Hong Kong Fights For Its Future

    In Chinese Shadow, Hong Kong Fights For Its Future

    As skyscrapers around Hong Kong harbor erupted into a reverie of laser beams and giant digital displays during their synchronized nightly light show, one innocuous 28-story building near the water's edge had stayed dark for months, clad in bamboo sca...

  • China Censors Squash Giant Inflatable Toad Reports

    China Censors Squash Giant Inflatable Toad Reports

    Chinese reports about a giant inflatable toad have been deleted from the Internet after social media users compared the puffed-up animal to a former Communist Party chief.

  • Chinese Communist Party in Ideology Crackdown: 'Report

    Chinese Communist Party in Ideology Crackdown: 'Report

    China's Communist Party is pushing ideological orthodoxy and demanding government officials reconfirm their faith in "socialism with Chinese" characteristics, a newspaper with close ties to the party reported on Monday.

  • Chinese City Police Chief Under Investigation by Graft Watchdog

    Chinese City Police Chief Under Investigation by Graft Watchdog

    The Chinese Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Sunday it is investigating the chief of police for the city of Tianjin, the latest high-profile official to be targeted in a government campaign to stamp out graft.

  • China Begins Criminal Probe into Three Former Top Officials

    China Begins Criminal Probe into Three Former Top Officials

    Chinese authorities have begun criminal investigations into three former high-ranking officials over corruption allegations, state media said on Monday, two of whom were allies of powerful, retired domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang.

  • After Short Revival, Google Service Disruptions in China Return

    After Short Revival, Google Service Disruptions in China Return

    Google Inc services were once again being disrupted in China on Friday after a brief respite on Thursday, users and an anti-censorship group reported, continuing more than a month of severe disruption.

  • Chinese Dream Turns Sour for Activists Under Xi Jinping

    Chinese Dream Turns Sour for Activists Under Xi Jinping

    Activists, lawyers, journalists, bloggers, professors - China's new leaders have taken aim at civil society in what analysts call an effort to muffle dissent that is proving powerfully effective.

  • China Arms Itself for Difficult 'War on Pollution'

    China Arms Itself for Difficult 'War on Pollution'

    Having declared "war on pollution", China is arming itself with tougher weapons from new courts to daily fines and shutting down offenders altogether, in what analysts call promising steps but no guarantee of progress.

  • China's Top Graft-Buster Says No Off Limits in Probes

    China's Top Graft-Buster Says No Off Limits in Probes

    No part of China's ruling Communist Party is off limits for its crackdown on corruption, the country's top graft buster was quoted as saying, sounding a warning a few days after the one of the country's most senior former soldiers was purged.

  • Purge Displays Chinese Leader Xi Jinping's Ambition

    Purge Displays Chinese Leader Xi Jinping's Ambition

    The ouster of one of China's top military figures reflects Communist Party leader Xi Jinping's determination to impose his personal authority far more ambitiously than his recent predecessors.

  • China Communist Party Expels Former Head of State Asset Regulator

    China Communist Party Expels Former Head of State Asset Regulator

    China's Communist Party said on Monday that it has expelled Jiang Jiemin, the former head of the state asset regulator, for corruption, according to the official Xinhua News Agency.

  • Mass Hong Kong Protest Looms as Democracy Push Gathers Steam

    Mass Hong Kong Protest Looms as Democracy Push Gathers Steam

    Hong Kong is bracing for its largest protest in more than a decade after nearly 800,000 voted for full democracy in an unofficial referendum, a move likely to stoke anti-China sentiment in the former British colony.

  • More Than 1.5 Million Joined Chinese Communist Party in 2013

    More Than 1.5 Million Joined Chinese Communist Party in 2013

    China's ruling Communist Party, already the largest in the world, gained 1.56 million members last year, according to figures released on Monday.

  • China Accuses Former Senior Petitions Official of Graft

    China Accuses Former Senior Petitions Official of Graft

    China's ruling Communist Party has expelled a former senior official in charge of the controversial petitioning system, accusing him on Friday of taking bribes, adultery and other violations of the law.

  • Frugality Bites as China Curbs Construction of Government Buildings

    Frugality Bites as China Curbs Construction of Government Buildings

    China plans to curb construction of unapproved government buildings, amid a national campaign against wasteful spending and graft, according to an updated draft regulation published by the State Council, the country's cabinet.

  • China Jails Nine More in Xinjiang for Terror Offences

    China Jails Nine More in Xinjiang for Terror Offences

    Authorities in China's violence-prone far western region of Xinjiang have jailed nine more people for up to 14 years for terror-related offences at a public sentencing in front of more than 3,000 people, state media said on Thursday.

  • Senior Chinese Official Sacked in Graft Probe: Report

    Senior Chinese Official Sacked in Graft Probe: Report

    China's highest-ranking politician to be investigated since President Xi Jinping took power has been sacked from his government post after being placed under a corruption probe, state media said on Wednesday.

  • Online Deluge Washes Away China 'Piggyback' Official

    Online Deluge Washes Away China 'Piggyback' Official

    It is the second time in a year that a ruling Communist Party official has been sacked after photos showed him riding on another person.

  • Brother of China's Scandal-Hit Official Sacked

    Brother of China's Scandal-Hit Official Sacked

    The brother of Chinese politician Ling Jihua, once a presidential ally whose son was killed in a scandalous Ferrari crash, has been sacked from his post, the Communist Party's official news website said Monday.

  • Hundreds of Thousands Vote in Hong Kong Democracy "Poll" in Defiance of Beijing

    Hundreds of Thousands Vote in Hong Kong Democracy 'Poll' in Defiance of Beijing

    Nearly 600,000 votes have been cast in three days of an unofficial referendum on democratic reforms in Hong Kong, part of a civil campaign that has been branded illegal by the former British colony and by Communist Party authorities in Beijing.

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