Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The mainland China authorities have released and deported a Swedish man it accused of training and funding unlicensed lawyers in the country, after he made an extraordinary confession broadcast on state television.1 Comment
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
BEIJING -- The Chinese government has released and deported a Swedish man it accused of training and funding unlicensed lawyers in the country, leading to an extraordinary taped confession broadcast on state television.
A Chinese fugitive arrested in Hong Kong in connection with the slayings of his teenage nephews in California told a court Monday he won't fight extradition to the United States.
Monday, January 25, 2016
A Hong Kong publisher whose disappearance from the city raised fears he was abducted by Chinese officials has met his wife on the mainland and is reportedly "in good spirits," Hong Kong police said Sunday.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday hailed a "new chapter" in relations with mainland China after talks with mainland China leader Xi Jinping, who is touring the region to boost Beijing's economic influence.
Much of China shivered Saturday as a teeth-chattering cold snap broke decades-old records and snow fell in some parts for the first time in years, canceling flights and forcing many indoors.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Mainland Chinese officials convicted in mainland China leader Xi Jinping's sprawling anti-corruption drive have embezzled or misused nearly US$1 billion in public funds, a new report has found.3 Comments
Mainland China has jailed an activist in its volatile northwestern Xinjiang region for 19 years over online posts criticizing the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and interviews with overseas media, his lawyer said Friday.
The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT has canceled college entrance exams on Saturday in mainland China and Macau, because some students may have already seen copies of the tests.
Thirty-five restaurants across mainland China, including a popular Beijing hot pot chain, have been found illegally using opium poppies as seasoning, one of the more unusual practices bedeviling the country's food regulators.