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Zhao Ziyang to feature in Deng Xiaoping TV series

Zhao Ziyang addresses the student protestors in Tiananmen Square in 1989. Behind him to the right is Wen Jiabao, who would later become premier and is believed to be in favor of restoring Zhao's name. (Photo/CNA) Zhao Ziyang, the late Communist ... Want China Times, 1 month ago

Anything for Power: The Real Story of China's Jiang Zemin Chapter 7

Jiang Zemin's days are numbered. It is only a question of when, not if, the former head of the Chinese Communist Party will be arrested. Jiang officially ran the Chinese regime for more than a decade, and for another decade he was the puppet master ...
 Epoch Times5 days ago

Andrew Forrest Occasional Address Transcript

Academic Board, our all important graduates, my dear family, friends of this great university, unlikely that it is that I should stand here before you - this boy form the bush with a terrible stutter who took a minutes to say a sentence - in fact ...
 Noodls5 days ago
Japan Times

Down with Dengism

World View By Minxin Pei | Philippine Daily Inquirer CLAREMONT, California—China has recently held a series of solemn, high-profile ceremonies, barely noticed by the outside world, in honor of the 110th anniversary of former leader Deng ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer6 days ago Down with Dengism, an obstacle to progress  Japan Times1 week ago Dengism now holding China back  Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago
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Al Jazeera

Are Hong Kong protests headed for Tiananmen?

By | Al Jazeera Hong Kong, China - China's decision to allow the people of Hong Kong to have tightly controlled elections is triggering the formation of a broad-based democracy movement that in many ways resembles the one that was crushed a ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago One China, One System  Weekly Standard2 weeks ago HONG KONG—For decades Hong Kong democrats have dreamed of universal suffrage. On Aug. 31, the Chinese communist regime officially shut the door on this possibility...  Epoch Times2 weeks ago Down with Dengism  Gulf News2 weeks ago

Golf Is Both Banned and Booming in China

In this day and age, we've come to expect to see images of U.S. presidents gracing gossip websites and the covers of tabloid newspapers. But rarely, as it was recently, is golf at the heart of the discussion. After breaking briefly from a two-week ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
Radio Free Asia

Chinese Authorities Release Three of 'Zhengzhou 10' Tiananmen Activists

Authorities in the central Chinese province of Henan on Tuesday released two of the "Zhengzhou 10" activists and lawyers amid growing calls for the release of the other seven. Rights lawyer Ji Laisong and Zhengzhou-based activists Fang Yan and ...
 Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago The ICJ urges Chinese authorities to release lawyers  PressReleasePoint2 weeks ago Campaign Launched For Release of Guangzhou Rights Lawyers  Radio Free Asia1 month ago 'Zhengzhou 10' Supporters Take To Streets To Call For Their Release  Radio Free Asia1 month ago

Zim/China - a Case of Permanent Friends

In international relations, and indeed in the pursuit of a country's foreign policy, there is an unwritten understanding about the existence of permanent interests and not permanent friends.However, in the case of Zimbabwe and China the mutual ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
BBC

Xi Jinping: The heir to Deng Xiaoping?

Anyone paying attention to television, books and public life in China over the last few months could not fail to realise that the country has once again entered a phase which can only be called "Deng Xiaoping time". As one of China's most renowned ...
 BBC1 month ago
Epoch Times

Jiang Zemin's days are numbered. The man who dominated Chinese politics for more than two decades is now being investigated in his own backyard, the...

Jiang Zemin's days are numbered. The man who dominated Chinese politics for more than two decades is now being investigated in his own backyard, the city of Shanghai. That Communist Party leader Xi Jinping's anti-corruption investigation team has ...
 Epoch Times1 month ago
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