September 23, 2014 9:32 PM
accidents Afghanistan Africa Africa investment Australia relations bribery Buddhism climate change coal corruption Dalai Lama democracy environmental degradation environmental regulation explosions farmers film industry Guizhou Hu Jintao human rights conditions human rights watch Hydropower industrial pollution Inner Mongolia labor conditions labor rights leadership transition migrant workers mine safety mining nationalism natural disasters natural resources North Korea North Korea relations oil pandas protests Russia Sichuan social unrest south korea Tibet Tibet Dialogue unemployment water pollution Wen Jiabao Woeser Xinjiang Yunnan
November 4, 2015 11:55 AM
With climate change on the global political agenda this week, much attention is being paid to China’s role in solving the environmental
While China is home to around 25% of the world’s proven reserves of rare-earth elements (REE), lowest estimates claim they produce more
January 9, 2014 2:55 PM
At The Asian Review of Books, the University of Sydney’s Kerry Brown reviews Gabriel Lafitte’s forthcoming book, Spoiling Tibet:
August 13, 2013 2:30 AM
- Chinese Mine Threatens Afghan Buddhist Site
- Tibet’s Untouchable Environmental Challenges
- Pandas Survive Quake, But Some Face Other Thr...
- Tibet Landslide Rescue Work Suspended
- Mongolia: Before the Gold Rush
- Political Connections Linked to Higher Worker...
- Mining Accident in Guizhou Kills 18
- China, North Korea Tensions Rise After Failed...
- China’s Part in Afghanistan Mining Boom
- Chinese Manager Killed at Zambian Mine
- Little Hu and the Mining of the Grasslands
- Peruvian Town May Move for Chinese Mine
- Titanic Replica to be Made In China
- Mongolian “Ninja” Miners Sate Chi...
- Woeser: "Sershül Monastery In Recent Yea...
- Russian and Chinese Companies 'Most Like...
- Chinese Mine Gives Zambian Workers 85% Raise ...
- China Critic Wins Zambian Election