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Branches of state-run news services cut down in China

China's State Administration of Press, Radio, Film and Television has shut down a total of 1,141 branch offices of state-run news services headquartered in Beijing, sacking 1,435 employees, according to a report on the Mediacircle website on ... Want China Times, 19 hours ago

Chinese Army newspaper calls for military role in Internet culture war

An article published today in the People's Liberation Army Daily, the official newspaper of China's military—and reprinted in part by Qiushi, the official magazine of the Chinese Communist Party—calls the Internet "the ideological 'main front' ...
 Fnews.com1 week ago

China Headlines: China's manufacturing sector eyes wider global presence

Chinese manufacturers are poised to expand their global presence thanks to a string of policies supporting th export of high-value industrial capacity. "Capacity cooperation means more than export of finished products, but also the transfer of the ...
 Individual.com1 week ago China's manufacturing sector eyes wider global presence  Arabstoday.net1 week ago

The net tightens on China's most wanted

BEIJING, April 23 (Xinhua) -- China has released the names of 100 fugitives, all believed to have fled abroad, all of whom are subject to worldwide Interpol arrest warrants - China's most wanted. The 77 men and 23 women on Interpol's red notice ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 month ago China Headlines: The net tightens on China's most wanted month ago

China's Big Reserves of Grain Come with Equally Big Problems

(Beijing) China is building up the world's largest stockpiles of grain in a bid to address food security, but this comes at the expense of higher costs, a distorted market and exhausted land. Although the country has reported grain production ...
 Caixin Online1 month ago
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Tibet: 'Patriotism' Assessments for Buddhist Monks Condemned By Tibetan Activists

The China's Communist Party's top official in the Tibetan region, Chen Quanguo, announced on Wednesday [8 April 2015] new measures to be put in place to assess the patriotism of Buddhist monks and nuns, adding to tensions in the region. He promised ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation1 month ago China wants to turn Tibet's Buddhist monasteries into Communist Party propaganda centers  Business Insider1 month ago Local party boss says Tibet temples must become propaganda centers  Japan Times1 month ago Tibet party boss says temples must be propaganda centres  AlertNet1 month ago

WorldViews: Top Chinese official in Tibet wants Buddhist temples to spread propaganda

China's top-ranking official in Tibet wants monks in the restive far western region to "revere" science and embrace the "warmth" of Chinese Communist Party ideology. An article, cited by Reuters ,written in a prominent fortnightly party magazine ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Top Chinese official in Tibet wants Buddhist temples to spread propaganda  Washington Post1 month ago

Xinhua Insight: China in fresh overseas fugitive hunt to contain corruption

BEIJING, April 1 -- The Fox Hunt 2015 campaign must close all exits for fugitives as China seeks to drive corruption into extinction, an anti-corruption expert has said. The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) campaign officially began on Wednesday, ... month ago China in fresh overseas fugitive hunt to contain corruption  China Economic Net1 month ago
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