An explosion at an illegal gambling hall in Guizhou Province has killed 14 people, according to...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 5, 2013
One person has been reported killed and several injured so far in a series of explosions that went off outside the Communist Party headquarters in Taiyuan, Shanxi, according to Xinhua. Few other details have been released. From...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 14, 2013
South China Morning Post’s Patrick Boehler reports the sentencing of petitioner Ji Zhongxing to six years in prison for causing an explosion at Beijing International Airport in July. The wheelchair-bound petitioner was...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 18, 2013
Ji Zhongxing, who set off a homemade explosive device at Beijing Capital International Airport in...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 20, 2013
Posts from a now-deleted blog attributed to accused Beijing airport bomber Ji Zhongxing appear to explain his motive for the explosion: he had apparently struggled for years to win compensation after being beaten into paralysis...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 27, 2011
Just days after the tenth self-immolation in protest of Chinese rule in Tibet, a bomb was detonated early yesterday morning at a government building in eastern Tibet. From an AFP report: A bomb blast has ripped through a...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 12, 2011
It’s been an unsettling weekend in China, with major riots in Hubei and Guangzhou. State media is also reporting a bomb blast outside municipal office buildings in Tianjin on Friday, in which two people were wounded. From...
by Samuel Wade | May 27, 2011
Charles Custer marks the 500th post on the ChinaGeeks blog in a subdued fashion, reflecting on the Jiangxi bomber Qian Mingqi and the widespread anger that has led many Chinese to sympathise with him. Originally, I had planned...
by Sophie Beach | May 25, 2011
Three explosions outside government offices in Fuzhou, Jiangxi have injured at least five people, according to state media reports. From AP: A car exploded outside the prosecutor’s office in Fuzhou city, then 10 minutes...
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