CDT Chinese last week reported on a notice issued by a rest home for retired officials that has been circulating online. Dated May 10, the notice asked “we will take all possible preventative measures to reject and return legal...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 24, 2020
With many in China still unconvinced that local and national governments did all they could, based on available information, to respond to and educate the public about the novel coronavirus, some are looking for a more suitable...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 22, 2016
Last week, senior staff at the reformist journal Yanhuang Chunqiu were replaced by its supervising...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 28, 2016
On January 5, the Furong district court in Changsha, Hunan accepted Sun Wenlin’s case...
by Cindy | Jun 12, 2015
On Friday, a court in Hunan Province began hearing a landmark pollution lawsuit filed by a group...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 3, 2014
A U.S. federal court has dismissed a case against computer networking giant Cisco involving...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 26, 2013
A Manhattan judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by eight New York-based writers and video producers against Baidu and China itself in 2011. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman ruled that the defendants have not been and likely...
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