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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
China will this year hold its first large-scale military parade since 2009 to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, reports said Tuesday, with one key goal described as being to “frighten Japan.”
A Mongol herder hanged himself from the gate of a Chinese government building in protest at land seizures in the latest instance of unrest in Inner Mongolia, a rights group said Tuesday.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
A Chinese court has heard what is believed to be the country's first lawsuit over gay workplace discrimination, in a case that could have wide repercussions.
Monday, January 26, 2015
The Shanghai New Year's Eve crush which left 36 dead showed "critical neglect," the mayor of the Chinese commercial hub said Sunday, while insisting that those responsible had been held accountable.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
China's use of its own yuan currency for cross-border transactions has increased “notably” to 9.95 trillion yuan (US$1.63 trillion) last year, the central bank said Friday, without giving a comparative figure.
China is blocking VPN services that let users skirt online censorship of popular websites such as Google and Facebook amid a wider crackdown on online information, tech companies and specialists said Friday.
Friday, January 23, 2015
The skies of China's notoriously smog-filled cities saw a marginal amelioration last year, according to figures released by Greenpeace Thursday, but pollution remained far above national and international standards.
A group of pro-democracy financiers in Hong Kong took out an advert in the Wall Street Journal Thursday challenging China to respect the city's autonomy and introduce free elections.
A cyberspace rule aimed at maintaining State security and protecting the public interest will be introduced later this year, an official at China's Internet watchdog said on Wednesday.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
The writing is on the wall for Chinese officials caught up in the latest hotbed of graft and corruption: calligraphy associations.
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