BOC Sued for Wiring Terrorist Funds
[2008-08-25]
Terror victims filed a class action suit against Bank of China, alleging that they have helped fund terrorist activities since 2003.
Australia Premier Kevin Rudd: The Olympics Are China’s Platform
[2008-08-19]
Australia's PM Kevin Rudd talks with Caijing about his hopes for China-Australia relations, the Olympics, and new sense of global responsibility.
Suicide of Probed Food Regulator Reported
[2008-08-13]
Sources said Wu Jianping, who was in charge of licensing food companies, leaped to his death while under investigation.
No Salary Increase for Chinese SOE Executives Until 2009
[2008-08-11]
SASAC reveals how much executives of state-owned enterprises earn for the first time.
Olympics Media: Easing Reporting Rules
[2008-08-11]
Foreign journalists will find it easier to conduct interviews in China during the Olympics. But what happens afterward?
Olympics Diplomacy: China Takes a Bow
[2008-08-08]
The symbolic significance of the Olympics opening ceremony is all the buzz in Beijing. The guest list shows why.
Olympics and Law: Policy Evolution
[2008-08-08]
Hosting an Olympics is challenging for any local government, but in Beijing it's led to new approaches in policy management.
Olympics Protest: Protesters Unfurl Tibet Banners in Beijing
[2008-08-06]
Police whisked away three men and a woman after the early-morning incident near the Bird's Nest stadium.
Police Identify Xinjiang Suspects
[2008-08-05]
The men who allegedly bombed and stabbed police officers in China’s far west are Kashgar natives.
Bribe Tracker Sheds Light on Chinese Graft
[2008-08-01]
Although the data is limited, a non-profit group that logs global bribe requests has found surprises on the mainland.
Mom Mystery Clouds Shanghai Dagger Case
[2008-07-31]
Lawyers have urged a justice ministry probe after the mother of an alleged cop-killer mysteriously vanished.
Highway Baron Goes to Jail
[2008-07-29]
Through financial wizardry and old-fashioned fraud, Liu Genshan cheated the state out of more than 14 million yuan in interests, according the Zhejiang prosecutors.
Lotus Luxury Withers for Chengdu Officials
[2008-07-25]
Sichuan's earthquake left millions homeless while Chengdu city workers were settling into plush, new offices.
Park Demonstrations Allowed for Olympics
[2008-07-24]
With prior approval, Beijing officials will permit “assemblies and demonstrations” in three city parks during the Games.
China Opens Window to Government Data
[2008-07-24]
Supporters of a new law that requires public access to some government information want to make sure it works.
A Sad Drowning, a Summer of Discontent
[2008-07-10]
The death of a teen-aged girl in a Guizhou Province river brought deep-seated resentment to the surface in a poor community.
Bribery Probe Shadows Guangdong Court
[2008-07-09]
An ex-official at Guangdong Province's highest court has been detained in what may be a broader corruption case.
Another Shanghai Road Baron in Custody
[2008-07-08]
Highway builder Liu Genshan has been detained for alleged financial crime. Will he follow Zhang Rongkun to jail?
U.N. Chief to China: Get More Involved
[2008-07-03]
Speaking in Beijing, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described three, interlinked challenges that deserve China’s attention.
Markets Riding to the Rescue in Quake Area
[2008-07-02]
A new Beijing policy initiative outlines ways that capital markets should help companies rebuild in the post-earthquake period.
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