BOC Sued for Wiring Terrorist Funds
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
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
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
SASAC reveals how much executives of state-owned enterprises earn for the first time.
Olympics Media: Easing Reporting Rules
Foreign journalists will find it easier to conduct interviews in China during the Olympics. But what happens afterward?
Olympics Diplomacy: China Takes a Bow
The symbolic significance of the Olympics opening ceremony is all the buzz in Beijing. The guest list shows why.
Olympics and Law: Policy Evolution
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
Police whisked away three men and a woman after the early-morning incident near the Bird's Nest stadium.
Police Identify Xinjiang Suspects
The men who allegedly bombed and stabbed police officers in China’s far west are Kashgar natives.
Bribe Tracker Sheds Light on Chinese Graft
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
Lawyers have urged a justice ministry probe after the mother of an alleged cop-killer mysteriously vanished.
Highway Baron Goes to Jail
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
Sichuan's earthquake left millions homeless while Chengdu city workers were settling into plush, new offices.
Park Demonstrations Allowed for Olympics
With prior approval, Beijing officials will permit “assemblies and demonstrations” in three city parks during the Games.
China Opens Window to Government Data
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
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
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
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
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
A new Beijing policy initiative outlines ways that capital markets should help companies rebuild in the post-earthquake period.
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