Blog: Was Kim Jong-il's Inspection Photo Faked?
[2009-07-22]
I don't think there's obvious evidence for the falsity of the photos, but it doesn't mean we can believe every news report from this country.
Xiluodu Hydropower Project Draws Auditors' Criticism
[2009-07-21]
The auditor urged CTGPC to address these problems expeditiously and improve the efficiency of funds invested in the project.
Ex-Sinopec Chief Spared Execution, For Now
[2009-07-16]
Two years after being stripped of his post, veteran oil executive Chen Tonghai has received what's probably a life sentence.
Tough Balancing Act for China's Flu Control
[2009-07-16]
Some say China should relax controls for the A/H1N1 outbreak. But strict measures, including quarantines, are still in place.
The Toppling of a Beijing Property Tycoon
[2009-07-16]
Authorities say bribery and backdoor deals were built into Liu Jun's business model from day one. Now his empire is defunct.
Blog: Is It Actually Urumqi?
[2009-07-15]
As professional news agencies obtain news and multimedia from new media, they must be more cautious than ever.
State Shares Offer Hope for Social Security
[2009-07-10]
Officials are dusting off a plan to transfer state-owned company shares to China's social security fund. Yet hurdles remain.
Post-Riot Calm in Urumqi
[2009-07-09]
After the events of July 5, life in Urumqi is starting to quiet down. The authorities have issued the plan of the compensation for the victims.
Hotel Death Haunts a City of Dark Memory
[2009-07-08]
Thousands of armed police had to disperse crowds in a Hubei Province city after a young man's death stirred grief -- and rage.
Urumqi Sweeps Up after Deadly Rioting
[2009-07-07]
Order had returned to Urumqi but most shops remained closed and Internet links were still cut two days after a July 5 riot.
Heeding the Lessons of China's Civil Unrest
[2009-07-07]
Inept officials and clumsy law enforcement can fuel trouble when people are upset, as we've seen with regret over the past year.
Shenzhen Mayor Bows Out on Bribery Probe
[2009-07-02]
The detention of Xu Zongheng may be linked to corruption probe, ending the career of an official who managed Shenzhen's boom.
Pause Button for China's Internet Filter Rule
[2009-07-01]
Concerns raised by computer manufacturers factored into a government decision to delay the Green Dam software mandate.
Yields Rise on 28, 91-Day Repos
[2009-07-01]
The People's Bank of China on June 30 drained 50 billion yuan from the money market via 28-day repos yielding 0.95 percent.
How China Justifies Empty Witness Chairs
[2009-06-26]
Witnesses rarely appear in person to testify at Chinese criminal trials. Some experts say the practice hurts the legal process.
Green Dam Plan Faces More U.S. Pressure
[2009-06-25]
Top U.S. government officials have urged China outright to abandon a controversial mandate for Internet filtering.
55.7 % of Rural Land Requisition Quota Used
[2009-06-24]
China is under increasing pressure to provide land on which to build the infrastructure necessary to support the country's rapidly urbanizing population.
China Web-filtering Software Facing Legal Challenges
[2009-06-17]
A lawyer required the government to make public all information concerning the process involved in the purchasing of the filtering software.
Judiciary's 'Instruction' System On Trial
[2009-06-17]
China's lower courts routinely seek pre-verdict instructions from higher courts. It's a system now getting close scrutiny.
China Suspends Two Hydropower Projects
[2009-06-12]
Both projects had blocked the flow of the Jinsha River for the construction effort without obtaining permits from the ministry.
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