China Finds 123 People Responsible for Fatal Tianjin Explosions
February 06, 2016
China Finds 123 People Responsible for Fatal Tianjin Explosions
The State Council has found 123 people responsible for the August disaster in Tianjin.
China Finds 123 People Responsible for Fatal Tianjin Explosions
How China's 'Belt and Road' Compares to the Marshall Plan
February 06, 2016
How China's 'Belt and Road' Compares to the Marshall Plan
Should we think of "One Belt, One Road" as China's Marshall Plan?
How China's 'Belt and Road' Compares to the Marshall Plan
Did China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Lead to an 'Intelligence Windfall' for the US?
February 06, 2016
Did China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Lead to an 'Intelligence Windfall' for the US?
Plus, China's biggest deal-maker, aid to Syrian refugees, and the newest propaganda rap hit. Your China links.
Did China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Lead to an 'Intelligence Windfall' for the US?
Facing Economic Headwinds, China Predicts Slower Growth in 2016
February 04, 2016
Facing Economic Headwinds, China Predicts Slower Growth in 2016
China set its floor for GDP growth in 2016 at 6.5 percent, but is determined to keep that pace for the next four years.
Facing Economic Headwinds, China Predicts Slower Growth in 2016
China: North Korea's Nuclear Tests a 'Slap in the Face' for US
February 04, 2016
China: North Korea's Nuclear Tests a 'Slap in the Face' for US
China is "seriously concerned" about North Korea's upcoming missile test, but thinks the U.S. is partly to blame.
China: North Korea's Nuclear Tests a 'Slap in the Face' for US
If Chinese Could Vote in US Presidential Primaries, Who Would They Choose?
February 03, 2016
If Chinese Could Vote in US Presidential Primaries, Who Would They Choose?
In an informal online survey, Donald Trump does well – until the respondents learn about his actual positions.
If Chinese Could Vote in US Presidential Primaries, Who Would They Choose?
China's Plan for 'Orderly' Hukou Reform
February 03, 2016
China's Plan for 'Orderly' Hukou Reform
China wants to grant hukous to 100 million migrants by 2020, but will be slow and selective in its reform.
China's Plan for 'Orderly' Hukou Reform
The Next Step in Beijing's War on Pollution
February 03, 2016
The Next Step in Beijing's War on Pollution
Beijing is preparing new emissions standards for vehicles, but localized measures won't solve the city's smog problem.
The Next Step in Beijing's War on Pollution
It's Official: China's Military Has 5 New Theater Commands
February 02, 2016
It's Official: China's Military Has 5 New Theater Commands
China scrapped its seven military regions in favor of five theater commands.
It's Official: China's Military Has 5 New Theater Commands
China's Rights Struggle Is No Longer an 'Internal Affair'
February 01, 2016
China's Rights Struggle Is No Longer an 'Internal Affair'
"Suddenly the country’s domestic repression has a strong international dimension."
China's Rights Struggle Is No Longer an 'Internal Affair'
A Deep Divide Emerges in China: How Do Intellectuals Relate to the State?
February 01, 2016
A Deep Divide Emerges in China: How Do Intellectuals Relate to the State?
China's intelligentsia continue to grapple with just how they relate to the state.
A Deep Divide Emerges in China: How Do Intellectuals Relate to the State?
It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate
January 30, 2016
It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate
Plus, a bombing in Laos, 'hurting China's feelings,' and the case of the missing booksellers. Friday China links.
It Just Got Harder for Chinese Citizens to Buy US Real Estate
The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers
January 29, 2016
The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers
It was a busy year for China’s corruption crackdown. Expect more of the same this year.
The 2015 Numbers for China’s War Against Corruption: The Tigers
What Does 2016 Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
January 29, 2016
What Does 2016 Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
Sino-U.S. relations in cyberspace in 2016 will be defined by three key policies.
What Does 2016 Hold for China-US Relations in Cyberspace?
From South China Sea Island, Taiwan's President Presents 'Roadmap' for Peace
January 29, 2016
From South China Sea Island, Taiwan's President Presents 'Roadmap' for Peace
Ma Ying-jeou reaffirmed Taiwan's sovereignty claims but also offered a plan for moving beyond the disputes.
From South China Sea Island, Taiwan's President Presents 'Roadmap' for Peace
China’s Premier: Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
January 29, 2016
China’s Premier: Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
Once again, Li Keqiang has the unenviable task of generating some good PR for China's economy.
China’s Premier: Our Economy Is Doing Just Fine
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