An article recently published on an influential Party-run magazine's website has spurred heated online discussion after criticizing some university professors for "smearing China." The article, written by the publicity department of the Communist ... Global Times, 14 hours ago
A magazine published by China's Communist Party has lashed out at university professors in the country who spread Western values, as new government-imposed guidelines for schools raise concerns about academic freedom. An article in the ...International Business Times, 23 hours ago
Luo Shugang was appointed the minister of culture by the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, on December 28, 2014. The Ministry of Culture is responsible for formulating policies and drafting laws and regulations related to art ...Beijing Review, 3 weeks ago
(Beijing) The Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog has launched an investigation into Ling Jihua, vice chairman of the country's top political advisory body, the official Xinhua News Agency reported late on December 22. Ling's downfall comes ...Caixin Online, 1 month ago Anti-graft campaign bags another 'tiger' Ecns.cn, 1 month ago Jihua : Anti-graft campaign bags another ˜tiger 4 Traders, 1 month ago
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. The name of the issuing body has been omitted to protect the source. Content related to Ling Jihua must strictly abide ...China Digital Times, 1 month ago
Making negative and slighting remarks about the Chinese Communist Party has become so common on the internet in China these days that a Party ideological...
Making negative and slighting remarks about the Chinese Communist Party has become so common on the internet in China these days that a Party ideological journal saw fit to publicly call out the habit, complaining that no one now supports the Party ...Epoch Times, 1 month ago Nationalization of China's Military Debated Epoch Times, 2 months ago
MANY of the movies, TV shows and publications produced in China each year are rubbish, and the solution is to banish decadent themes and concentrate on uplifting social values, a senior government minister has said. Cai Fuchao, head of the State ...Shanghai Daily, 2 months ago Many of China's TV shows, films are rubbish, minister says News24, 2 months ago Minister: China TV, movies 'rubbish' Bangkok Post, 2 months ago Bulk of China's TV shows, movies called rubbish by minister Malay Mail, 2 months ago
China enjoys sound foundation and favorable conditions for sustaining a medium-high rate of economic growth, according to an official with China's top economic planner. After more than 30 years of rapid growth, China's economy has now entered a ...Individual.com, 2 months ago
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BEIJING, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- Liu Qibao, head of the publicity department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, has penned an article on the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics. "China, instead of going down the rigid, ...Xinhua News Agency, 2 months ago
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