Thursday, May 2, 2013
U.S. auto giant General Motors is withdrawing a global advertisement which refers to China as the land where people say “ching-ching, chop suey” after admitting it contains “offensive content,” a report said Wednesday.
The United States called Tuesday for Chinese authorities to provide immediate and proper medical treatment to the imprisoned nephew of Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, said to be suffering from appendicitis but denied medical parole.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Security personnel in eastern China are carrying out a nightly harassment campaign against the brother of blind rights activist Chen Guangcheng, the two said on Tuesday, throwing rocks, bottles and dead poultry at his house for 12 nights in a row.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
China is banning the use of privileged military license plates on BMWs, Porsches and other luxury cars in an attempt to crack down on abuses and give the People's Liberation Army's reputation a much-needed boost.
His frail body is ravaged by cancer and age, his wife and son are in a Chinese prison and Yao Baohua is awaiting trial himself, but he is still determined to fight for his house and land.
Shanghai Bishop Aloysius Jin Luxian, who revived the Catholic church in China's financial hub after years of Maoist persecution, has died. He was 96.
Hong Kong police said Monday they had arrested four people over the killing of an alleged triad boss who was hacked to death outside a public hospital in front of horrified onlookers.
Monday, April 29, 2013
The first Chinese tour ship to visit disputed South China Sea islands set sail on Sunday, state media reported, a move likely to stoke a long-running territorial row between Beijing and its neighbors.
Shanghai's contemporary art museum on Sunday opened a show featuring the works of American pop artist Andy Warhol, but without his iconic portraits of former Chinese leader Chairman Mao.1 Comment