Ling Zhengce, the former vice-chairman of the Shanxi People’s Political Consultative...
by Anne Henochowicz | Nov 20, 2015
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 4, 2013
The now deceased aunt of Guo Bin, the 6-year-old boy found with his eyes gouged out in Shanxi...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 28, 2013
The Global Times reports on a reward offered for information about the 6-year-old boy whose eyes...
by Cindy | Aug 23, 2013
At China Dialogue, Luna Lin writes that the Shanxi government’s attempt to use tax cuts to...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 8, 2013
State-owned conglomerate and Fortune 500 company China Resources is under investigation after state media journalist Wang Wenzhi accused senior executives of corruption and wrongdoing last month from his Sina Weibo account....
by Scott Greene | Mar 28, 2013
For Bloomberg Businessweek, Christina Larson writes that several recent studies have firmed up the link between pollution and birth defects in China and beyond: Tong Zhu, now a Princeton Global Scholar, together with research...
by Melissa M. Chan | Feb 17, 2013
Chinese state media reports that a dam in Shanxi has collapsed causing the shutdown of a highway. This comes amid criticism of the Shanxi government’s cover up of a water contamination incident due to an industrial aniline...
by Melissa M. Chan | Jan 6, 2013
Chinese state media reports contamination of a north Chinese river has led the water supply in Handan to be cut off, from Xinhua: A statement by the city government said the cut-off was caused by an accident in the neighboring...
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