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As of September 12, the following search terms were blocked on Sina Weibo (not including the search for user function). Chinese Jihadist Held in Iraq : Early this month, the New York Times reported that Iraq's Defense Ministry announcedthe ... China Digital Times, 1 week ago
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How serious is China about investing in India?

Does anyone really believe that the Chinese are going to invest $100 billion in India,? asks Rahul Jacob.   A couple of years ago, a satire of People magazine’s annual “Sexiest Man Alive” issue was splashed across the website of  China’s leading newspaper, People’s Daily. Any country with a free press would have spotted the story for the hoax it was. The Onion, the irreverent United States publication, had put, of all people, Kim Jong-un, the pudgy North ...
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Business Standard India

Mr Xi's Big Lie

A couple of years ago, a satire of People magazine's annual Sexiest Man Alive issue was splashed by China's leading newspaper, People's Daily. Any country with a free press would have spotted the story for the hoax it was, but not the staff at the ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago Rahul Jacob: Mr Xi's Big Lie  Business Standard India2 days ago
WA Today

New report finds China takes harsher approach to foreign journalists

Beijing: Conditions for foreign journalists working in China have gone from bad to worse over the past year, with authorities increasingly seeking to influence coverage by intimidating reporters and their interview subjects, barring journalists from ...
 WA Today5 days ago Life getting harder for journos in China, group says  Melbourne Age5 days ago

China activist lawyers boycott trial

There was tight security in place for the trial, with police blocking roads to the court in Guangzhou A court in China postponed the trial of prominent human rights activist Yang Maodong after he instructed his lawyers to boycott proceedings. Mr ...
 BBC1 week ago Chinese activist's trial deferred as lawyers protest  The Gulf Today1 week ago Chinese activist's trial postponed as lawyers protest (AFP)  West Australian1 week ago China indicts activist who backed press freedom  Sify2 months ago
Eurasia Review

China: Release Guangzhou Activists

(New York) The Chinese government should release the activists Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng, who are to go on trial on September 12, 2014, in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, Human Rights Watch said today. Guo and Sun face charges for their ...
 Human Rights Watch1 week ago China: Release Guangzhou Activists, Says HRW  Eurasia Review1 week ago Chinese activist freed after Tiananmen anniversary  Sify2 months ago
VOA News

Chinese Activists' Trial Date Set, Defense Threatens Boycott

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong say they will try two prominent rights activists this week on public order charges, but their defense lawyers have threatened to boycott the trial in protest at the flouting of legal ...
 Radio Free Asia1 week ago Lawyer Fears Activist May Have Been Jailed After Secret Trial  Radio Free Asia2 months ago Prominent Chinese Activist Beaten in Beijing  VOA News2 months ago
Asia Sentinel

China Lays Down the Law

Communist Party plenum finally gets down to the rule book On 29 July, Chinese authorities announced the long-expected news that former security tsar and Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang was under investigation for Communist Party ...
 Asia Sentinel2 weeks ago Laying down the law at the Communist Party plenum  Business Spectator2 weeks ago

Activist Lawyer Teng Biao Vows to Continue Fight

South China Morning Post's Verna Yu profiles Chinese rights lawyer Teng Biao as he moves to Harvard after two years as a visiting scholar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He discusses the shifting political climate that saw him first praised ...
 China Digital Times2 weeks ago

Automakers in China lower prices following monopoly concerns

Major international luxury car manufacturers are reducing the prices of their vehicles, parts and after-sales service under pressure from Chinese antitrust regulator's monopoly concerns. "Cutting prices is a business act, and the government welcomes ...
 Asiaone2 weeks ago Automakers lower prices following China's monopoly concerns  Asia News Network2 weeks ago Automakers lower prices following monopoly concerns  Ecns.cn1 month ago
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