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China's stock market is not a mythical creature

AT Opinion, China (From Radio Free Asia) Tong, a former political aide to the late ousted premier Zhao Ziyang, is currently under house arrest at his home in Beijing. China's stock market is suffering from a roller coaster of booms and busts. ... Asia Times Online, 2 weeks ago

The Origins of China's "Reform and Opening-up" and High-level Politics

It has long been assumed that China's Reform and Opening-up started in 1978 when the Third plenum of the 11 th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party was convened. In actuality, reform measures were initiated in 1977. In 1977, to promote reform, ...
 Wilson Center6 hours ago

For sake of Chinese, Confucius must emerge from the shadows

By Anil Bhat Rs 980 Rs 980 China: Confucius in The Shadows Drought, poor weather, and the policies of the Communist Party of China contributed to the widespread famine, which reportedly caused at least 45 million premature deaths from 1958 to 1962. It was ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
Melbourne Age

Obituary: Wan Li a quiet revolutionary who helped China's farmers

Wan Li 19162015 Wan Li was the Communist Party leader who helped to end the failed Mao-era policy of collective farming, which had left rural Chinese in desperate poverty. He was also the last survivor of the senior revolutionary veterans who ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago

Dalai Lama gets mischievous

NEW YORK: The Dalai Lama, who may be the only octogenarian spiritual leader with a profoundly mischievous streak, has a suggestion for China's Communist leaders: Take up reincarnation. I'm interviewing him in his hotel room in New York, at the end ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Kristof: Dalai Lama gets mischievous  DailyNews724.com2 weeks ago

China's citizens mourn Wan Li, an early reformer who preached democracy

One of China's earliest reformers has died. Wan Li, 98, former vice premier, chairman of the country's lawmaking body and ally of leaders like ex-premier Zhao Ziyang, passed away in Beijing on July 15th, according to his son. Li was the last of ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago
MSN Canada

`Immortal' who got past Mao dies at 99

Wan was one of the communists' "Eight Immortals," a term for a group of elite but aging revolutionaries who survived the purges of Maoism and backed the ascent to power of Deng Xiaoping one of their number. He was chairman of the rubber- stamp ...
 Hong Kong Standard2 weeks ago Former top mainland official Wan Li passes away at age 98: report  China Post2 weeks ago Former top Chinese official Wan Li, …  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Chinese politician Wan Li, last of the 'Eight Immortals' dies  Yahoo! News2 weeks ago
Miami Herald

Chinese reform politician Wan Li dies at 99

BEIJING: Wan Li, a Chinese politician known for his reform policies, has died at the age of 99. The state-run digital publication The Paper, citing his son, says Wan Li died in Beijing on Wednesday. Wan was the chairman of the National People's ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Former NPC head Wan Li dies  Radio TV Hong Kong2 weeks ago Wan Li, Chinese politician known for his reform policies, dies at age 99  DailyNews724.com2 weeks ago Reformist ex-NPC chair Wan Li dies  Hong Kong Standard2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

China reforms at risk after market meltdown

As China's central bank chief looked out on the annual gathering of his nation's legislature in the Great Hall of the People in March, he had every reason to look forward with confidence, even optimism. True, the world's second-biggest economy was ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago Zhou reforms at risk after China share market meltdown  Canberra Times3 weeks ago China reforms at risk after meltdown  WA Today3 weeks ago Chinese share market: Zhou reforms at risk after meltdown  WA Today3 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Why Was Zhou Yongkang Denied a Public Trial?

The recent trial of former security chief and Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang took place in secret , despite earlier assurances of openness . At South China Morning Post, Jerome Cohen of the New York University School of Law asks ...
 China Digital Times3 weeks ago Oil clique bigwig deleted from Communist Party history  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago China's great purge  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago Zhou Yongkang Got Sentenced to Life in Prison, but Not for His Real Crimes  Epoch Times1 month ago
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