European business leader Joerg Wuttke believes leadership is becoming less curious and eager to learn from the West South China Morning Post Date: 12 June, 2017 By: Wendy Wu China has become less curious and keen to learn from and ...

Epoch Times By: Irene Luo, Epoch Times on May 18, 2017 After nearly two years behind bars, Li Heping, a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer, was released from prison last week. Both his friends and his wife said he was ...

‘Programs should promote the revolution, the advanced culture of socialism and patriotism as a core value, as well as praise the motherland and celebrate national heroes.’ The News Lens Date: 2017/06/06 By: ZiQing Low China’s broadcasting regulator has released new ...

Several hundred civilians have been shot dead by the Chinese army during a bloody military operation to crush a democratic protest in Peking’s (Beijing) Tiananmen Square. Tanks rumbled through the capital’s streets late on 3 June as the army moved ...

News18.com Date: June 5, 2017 New Delhi: China has defended the intrusion of Indian air space in Barahoti region of Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district, saying India and China have a territorial dispute in the eastern section of the boundary and the ...

I want to shout to people: Stop the persecution! Epoch Times By Cat Rooney, Epoch Times SAN FRANCISCO—Two years ago, Sunny Guo, a then 47-year-old Chinese housewife, came alone to ...

Beijing could take moves to ease its concerns, but it would permanently embitter pro-democracy forces in Hong Kong and confirm to others, especially in Taiwan, that Beijing’s promises are empty. ...

The News Lens Date: 2016/11/11 By: Hunter Marston The election of Donald Trump to the White House now paves the way for Beijing to exert more influence and control in ...

Human rights subcommittee urged to help stop organ pillaging from prisoners of conscience in China Epoch Times By Limin Zhou OTTAWA—Two investigators who have spent 10 years researching evidence of ...

More than 1,000 lawyers have taken to the streets of Hong Kong, marching in protest of Beijing’s heavy-handed interference in the local political system.   The News Lens Date: 2016/11/08 ...

The Epoch Times By: Larry Ong, Epoch Times When the United States helped China join the World Trade Organization in 2001, it was on the expectation that the Chinese Communist ...

‘The Chinese party-state prefers to see human rights as reducible to a tool used by state actors to undermine China, because this conception does not challenge the authoritarianism of the ...

Epoch Times By: Zheng Yan, Epoch Times Staff For years, Beijing-based human rights lawyer Tang Jitian defended casualties of the Chinese Communist Party’s repression—victims of forced land acquisition and building ...

Orwellian doublespeak? Does China’s latest human rights plan mark significant progress or reflect a gap between rhetoric and reality? The News Lens By: Edward White The announcement of China’s new ...

The relative lack of interethnic contact today could ultimately prove detrimental to the long-term health and durability of multiculturalism in China. The News Lens Date: 2016/09/27 By: James Leibold China’s ...

Critics say a lengthy prison sentence given to a Chinese lawyer is ‘severe retaliation’ against a human rights advocate. The News Lens Date: 2016/09/22 By: Edward White A Beijing court ...

Up to 1,000 nuns at Yachen Gar in Sichuan have been evicted by officials from the Tibetan Autonomous Region and have been told they are not allowed to join any ...

During the prime minister’s first official visit to China, Justin Trudeau plans to strengthen economic ties and bring up the case of a Canadian who has been detained since 2014. ...

The News Lens Date: 2016/08/24 By: J. Michael Cole In the current environment of uncertainty in Hong Kong, controls over who comes in and who goes out will be used ...

Although China caught up economically rapidly after the Cultural Revolution, 10 years of stagnation in the Chinese society’s development left gaps in education and knowledge about Chinese history and culture ...

‘DEVASTATING BLOW’:The court said China had interfered with Philippine fishing rights at the Scarborough Shoal and had breached Manila’s sovereign rights near the Reed Bank Taipei Times Date: Jul 13, ...

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