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2014-01-07 16:22:55

Chinese tycoon's notoriety over New York Times overture garners new attention to widely debunked regime propaganda NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Tuesday morning, Chinese recycling magnate Chen Guangbiao held a press conference in New York, claiming that he is offering donations for a mother and daughter allegedly burned while joining in a self-immolation incident on Tiananmen Square in 2001 whose participants the Chinese government has claimed were Falun Gong...

Website Covering Chinese Scandal Targeted By Hackers
2012-04-23 04:26:51

An American, Chinese-language website that been detailing the scandal of a former Chinese Communist Party official claims that they were the victim of a cyberattack on Friday, according to BBC News reports. According to the British news agency, the website, Boxun.com, was forced to move to a new webhost following a denial of service attack that had "crippled" the page for several hours. They had been covering a scandal involving ousted Chinese official Bo Xilai, who had previously been...

2008-10-05 12:00:13

Text of report by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Report by Li Bin: "Wen Jiabao Inspects Guangxi, Calls for Firm Confidence, Solid Work, Maintaining Steady, Quite Fast Economic Growth"] Nanning, 5 Oct (Xinhua) - Wen Jiabao, who is a Member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and Premier of the State Council, stressed while inspecting Guangxi recently that this year, China has overcome...

2008-06-20 18:00:12

BEIJING _ President Hu Jintao sat down before a computer Friday for a rare live chat session and declared himself a regular, if silent, visitor to Web sites, skirting tough questions posted by surprised Internet users. Hu took only three softball questions in his brief appearance on the Web site of People's Daily, the organ of the Chinese Communist Party. Surrounded by propaganda officials, Hu gave oral answers to questions read to him by an aide, who typed them into the computer for him....

2006-06-01 04:32:29

By John Ruwitch HONG KONG (Reuters) - Late Chinese Communist Party chief, Zhao Ziyang, toppled for opposing the 1989 crackdown on democracy protesters in Tiananmen Square, asked party leaders in 1997 for his freedom, arguing that his detention was illegal. Sunday marks the 17th anniversary of the crackdown in which hundreds, possibly thousands of people, were killed when army troops fought their way into the center of Beijing to clear protesters from the square. In a copy of a...

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2006-02-17 07:08:51

BEIJING -- Chinese Communist Party elders and U.S. lawmakers fired shots at China's powerful censors this week, but Li Xinde says muck-raking campaigners like himself are undermining the country's barriers to free speech every day. Li is one of just a handful of Internet investigative reporters, exposing corrupt officials and injustice on his China Public Opinion Surveillance Net (www.yuluncn.com). Then he spreads his often outrageous, sometimes gruesome stories on some of the 49 blogs he...

2005-10-08 12:24:10

By Benjamin Kang Lim BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Communist Party chief Hu Jintao opened a four-day meeting on Saturday seeking to cement his grip on power, push his "harmonious society" platform to cope with rising social tension and possibly name a successor. The plenary session of the 354-member Central Committee is poised to unveil the 11th Five-Year Plan -- a new roadmap for the world's seventh-biggest economy that scraps a long-standing policy of faster growth in favor of...

2005-10-08 09:22:17

By Benjamin Kang Lim BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Communist Party chief Hu Jintao opened a four-day meeting on Saturday seeking to cement his grip on power, push his "harmonious society" platform to cope with rising social tension and possibly name a successor. The plenary session of the 354-member Central Committee is poised to unveil the 11th Five-Year Plan -- a new roadmap for the world's seventh-biggest economy that scraps a long-standing policy of faster growth in favor of...

2005-09-03 23:18:22

By Benjamin Kang Lim BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Communist Party chief Hu Jintao has decided to rehabilitate a predecessor, whose death sparked the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, two well-placed independent sources said, a move that may burnish Hu's dented reformist credentials. The Chinese government has not publicly commemorated the birth or death of Hu Yaobang since he died on April 15, 1989, lest publicity reignite the democratic spark snuffed out on June 4 that year when the...


Word of the Day
abrosia
  • Wasting away as a result of abstinence from food.
The word 'abrosia' comes from a Greek roots meaning 'not' and 'eating'.