Oct. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Home prices in China's four major cities jumped the most since January 2011, heightening concerns a bubble is forming as the government refrains from introducing more property curbs that would hinder economic growth. New ... La Repubblica, 1 month ago
Bubble concerns rise as home prices surge in China's cities - KiniBiz, 1 month ago
Hell hath no fury: 15% of whistleblowers who reported cases of Chinese government corruption via the internet over the past year were the unhappy mistresses of party officials. That figure, from an analysis (link in Chinese) by the Legal Daily, a ...Quartz, 1 month ago
Lust, power and corruption can make for an explosive mix. An unlikely whistle-blower for President Xi Jinping's much publicised crackdown on official corruption has emerged - the scorned mistress. In recent weeks their public accounts have offered ...BBC, 1 month ago
Reporters Without Borders Reporters Without Borders urges the Chinese authorities to stop censoring information and harassing independent news providers, a policy that has just received a new boost in the form of an "anti-rumour" campaign. ...Ifex, 1 month ago News providers targeted by anti-rumour campaign, wave of arrests Reporters Sans Frontières, 2 months ago
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