As many Chinese—encouraged by official media—see their country as the target of foreign plots,...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 23, 2015
The New York Times’ Paul Mozur reports that mobile Internet users in Xinjiang have had their...
by Cindy | Nov 16, 2015
Following Friday night’s deadly attacks in Paris, President Xi Jinping offered his...
by Melissa M. Chan | Nov 6, 2011
While seven countries were banned because they had failed to follow drug testing procedures, China won two gold medals for weightlifting in the world championship in Paris. The Washington Post reports: Wu Jingbiao captured the...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 24, 2011
A law professor has threatened Weibo users including Yu Jianrong with legal action for spreading “arbitrarily clipped” video of one of his lectures online. The footage shows him besmirching the honour of female...
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 21, 2008
Katrin Bennhold reports in the International Herald Tribune: After a wave of anti-French protests in China, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France is sending three top officials there this week in a diplomatic charm offensive aimed...
by Zhaohua Li | Apr 7, 2008
A day after one protester in London reportedly tried to snuff the Olympic torch with a fire extinguisher, protesters in Paris achieved the practical equivalent with sheer force of numbers. According to various reports, police...
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