The following censorship instructions, issued by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. The name of the issuing body has been omitted to protect the source. CDT Chinese editors note that on July 7,...
by Josh Rudolph | Nov 26, 2013
Bloomberg reports that China’s Ministry of Health will soon launch a national campaign...
by Josh Rudolph | Jan 11, 2013
In China, traffic rules are often ignored, and the country is rife with road accidents. The Ministry of Public Security sought to address this problem by implementing new traffic regulations on January 1st. The ministry handed...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 8, 2011
The week-long National Day holiday sees tens of millions travelling around China, with Friday marking the peak; a Xinhua photo gallery shows enormous crowds engulfing tourist sites, train stations and taxi ranks. With so many on...
by Wu Nan | Oct 6, 2006
Reuters and the Chinese newspaper Yan Zhao Metropolis through their reports all point out that, “China has the most dangerous roads in the world, with accidents killing almost 100,000 people last year, or about 270 a day.” From Reuters: ……China has the most dangerous roads in the world, with accidents killing almost 100,000 people last […]
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