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How China Lost Sight of Malaysia’s Changes
June 16, 2018

How China Lost Sight of Malaysia’s Changes

By Peter T C Chang
China’s ethical missteps in Malaysia offer lessons for the Belt and Road.
Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals
June 01, 2018

Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison, Anbang’s Founder Appeals

By Charlotte Gao
Wu Xiaohui, once a high-profile Chinese tycoon, decides to fight to the end.

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs
May 09, 2018

The China Challenge to Churchill Downs

By Bonnie Girard
Justify wins; transparency and accountability lose.

China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?
February 14, 2018

China's Former Internet Czar Lu Wei: A ‘Shameless,’ ‘Extremely Disloyal,’ ‘Double-faced Man’?

By Charlotte Gao
Lu Wei has been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party, dismissed from public office, and publicly shamed by media.

China's Communist Party: 3 Successes and 3 Challenges
October 28, 2017

China's Communist Party: 3 Successes and 3 Challenges

By Mu Chunshan
After the Party Congress, a look back at the CCP's strengths and forward to the challenges ahead.
Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Justice Minister for ‘Serious Discipline Problems’
October 16, 2017

Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Justice Minister for ‘Serious Discipline Problems’

By Charlotte Gao
Wu Aiying had served as Chinese justice minister for 12 years until 2017.

12 Regions of China: The Inertia of Unity
August 01, 2017

12 Regions of China: The Inertia of Unity

By John Lee
Despite regional variations, politically speaking China is remarkably homogeneous.
Liu Xiaobo and the Moral Critique of Contemporary China
July 24, 2017

Liu Xiaobo and the Moral Critique of Contemporary China

By Kerry Brown
Liu's sharpest critiques of the Party were not political, but moral.

More Troubles for China's Southern Mega-Bridge Project
May 26, 2017

More Troubles for China's Southern Mega-Bridge Project

By Cal Wong
After a string of delays and cost overruns, now 21 employees have been arrested for falsifying test results.

5 Factors Holding Back China’s Economic Reform
May 12, 2017

5 Factors Holding Back China’s Economic Reform

By Spencer Sheehan
Local level factors are weighing on China’s reform momentum.

Are There Chinese Hitmen in the Kingdom of Tonga?
April 17, 2017

Are There Chinese Hitmen in the Kingdom of Tonga?

By Cleo Paskal
Remarks from Tonga's prime minister make public an open secret about crime in the Chinese community.
Xi's 'China Dream' Comes to Coal Country
November 22, 2016

Xi's 'China Dream' Comes to Coal Country

By Francois Dubé
Frustration with corrupt and inept local authorities in Shanxi fuels support for Xi Jinping’s push to be core leader.

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