Monday, January 20, 2014
Police in China have discovered 790,000 fake ID records in their system, which can be used to gain benefits, hide assets and circumvent property ownership restrictions.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
China must punish the “brains” behind terrorists and fight against those who preach with “malicious intent,” a state-run newspaper said Saturday in an editorial justifying the arrest of a prominent Uyghur academic.
Chinese authorities have detained a guesthouse operator whose unattended heater allegedly sparked a fire that burned for nearly 10 hours and destroyed an ancient Tibetan town in southern China, the official Xinhua News Agency said.
A Chinese rocker known for his rebellious style will not perform at a state broadcaster's variety show for the upcoming Lunar New Year after he refused a request by the organizers to sing a different song than his own choice, his manager said.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
The European Union's outgoing ambassador to China on Friday criticized growing curbs on human rights in the country, raising several individual cases including an arrested activist and a detained Uighur academic.
China began to implement the loosening of its controversial one-child policy Friday when a province announced it has made it legal for couples to have two children if one parent is an only child.
Friday, January 17, 2014
China has criminally detained a prominent Uighur academic and outspoken critic of government policy towards the mostly Muslim minority for “violating the law,” it said Thursday.
China for the first time has tested a hypersonic missile vehicle designed to travel several times the speed of sound, the Pentagon said Wednesday.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
A tortoise beat a rabbit in a skiing competition held for pets and their owners in China, a report said on Tuesday.
A Chinese doctor who abducted and sold newborn babies was given a suspended death sentence Tuesday in a case that drew widespread outrage with child trafficking a chronic problem in the country.