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China’s State TV Expands Globally (AP/Time)

  The killing of a South Korean coast guard officer by a Chinese fisherman should have been tailor-made for China’s CCTV News as it embarks on an ambitious plan to become a global network with assertive international coverage. Instead, according to CCTV employees, the story languished for hours as editors awaited political guidance from above, … Continue reading

China’s next supremo expected to push hawkish policies (Deutsche Welle)

China’s ‘crown prince’ Xi Jinping is expected to take over the presidency from Hu Jintao this October. With the change of power not far away, many in and outside of China are wondering what to expect. Very little is known about Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping, who is due to meet US President Barack Obama … Continue reading

Tibet government in exile condemns “gruesome” China clashes (Reuters)

By Chris Buckley GANZI, China, Jan 26 (Reuters) – Ethnic tension simmered in remote corners of China’s southwestern Sichuan province on Thursday after security forces fired on demonstrators in a series of deadly clashes that Tibet’s government in exile condemned as “gruesome”. The flareups were perhaps the bloodiest spate of Tibetan-linked violence in China since … Continue reading

Chinese Professor: Hong Kong Residents Are Dogs and Thieves (WSJ)

For China’s newest battle in the South China Sea, look no further than Hong Kong. The semi-autonomous island is home to immoral people, most of whom are thieves, dogs and bastards, according to Kong Qingdong, a professor of Chinese studies at Beijing University. “As far as I know, many Hong Kong people don’t regard themselves … Continue reading

This China can break us (Citizen-Times)

In marriage and international relations, dependency invariably leads to hostility. America’s unconscionable dependence on Chinese products, credit and benevolence has placed both societies in grave danger. We’ll regret having spent tomorrow’s defense dollars on today’s pretense of policing the world. In a recent simulated fight with China over Taiwan, America lost. The imposing size of … Continue reading

China’s dam frenzy (alwatandaily)

As the world’s most dammed country, China is already the largest producer of hydropower globally, with a generating capacity of more than 170 gigawatts. Friday,09 December 2011 By : Brahma Chellaney Project Syndicate China’s frenzied dam-building hit a wall recently in Burma (Myanmar), where the government’s bold decision to halt a controversial Chinese-led dam project … Continue reading

A voice for China’s bottom rung (nzherald)

Persecuted author Liao Yiwu tells stories of an underclass the outside world rarely gets to see. He talks to Chris Barton The Chinese Government hopes that every Chinese will be like a pig or animal – just eating and making money without thinking. When Liao Yiwu escaped the “colossal and invisible prison called China” in … Continue reading

The Dragon enters the Heaven (Claws)

China launched an unmanned spacecraft the Shenzhou VIII (literal meaning the “divine vessel”) from the Gobi desert base in the far north-western city of Jiuquan at 5.58 AM on November 1st to carry out an important docking mission scheduled within next two days. This launch was personally witnessed by Chinese Vice-premier Zhang Dejiang along with … Continue reading

In China, tensions rising over Buddhism’s quiet resurgence (US Today)

SERTHAR, China – Breathless but beaming, Sheng Zisu sounds confident after five months in a maze-like Buddhist encampment high on the eastern Tibetan plateau, nearly 400 miles of bad road from the nearest city. “Look around. They could never find me here,” Sheng, 27, says of parents so anxious about their only child’s turn to … Continue reading

Policeman in China charged over deadly accident (Bangkok Post)

A senior police officer in China could receive the death penalty after he killed five people and injured another three in a traffic accident that sparked violent protests, according to state media. Wang Yinpeng was allegedly drunk when he collided with two streetlights in the central province of Henan on Saturday, which fell on a … Continue reading

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