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What Do the Panama Papers Reveal About China?
April 09, 2016

What Do the Panama Papers Reveal About China?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, the Great Firewall under fire, OBOR, and China picking up Russia's slack in Kyrgyzstan. Friday China links.
China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On
November 14, 2015

China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Marches On

By Bo Zhiyue
Even corrupt officials are loudly voicing support for anti-corruption efforts.

China’s Meritocracy Vs. Western Democracy
October 31, 2015

China’s Meritocracy Vs. Western Democracy

By David Volodzko
Is China's meritocracy actually a better alternative to Western-style democracy?

Interview: Richard C. Bush on Northeast Asian Economies
October 22, 2015

Interview: Richard C. Bush on Northeast Asian Economies

By Emanuel Pastreich
Insights into the economies of Northeast Asia.

23 Executives, Government Officials Under Investigation for Role in Tianjin Explosions
August 27, 2015

23 Executives, Government Officials Under Investigation for Role in Tianjin Explosions

By Shannon Tiezzi
The suspects range from executives of the company at the center of the blasts to customs and transportation officials.
Chinese Outward Investment and Host Country Corruption
July 26, 2015

Chinese Outward Investment and Host Country Corruption

By Jean-Marc F. Blanchard and Juliette Devillard
The link between the two is not as obvious as some critics claim.

The Problem with the Buy High, Sell Low Scheme in China
July 01, 2015

The Problem with the Buy High, Sell Low Scheme in China

By Shi Han
An inconspicuous yet widespread practice has some troubling implications.
In China, Today's Heroes Are Tomorrow's Villains
June 16, 2015

In China, Today's Heroes Are Tomorrow's Villains

By Bo Zhiyue
In Chongqing, a strange cycle of police heroes turned captured criminals has been playing out.

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins
June 11, 2015

China's Potential Trial of the Century Over Before It Begins

By Shannon Tiezzi
Zhou Yongkang was sentenced to life in prison before the public even knew the trial was underway.

The Time a Corrupt Chinese Official’s Mistress Told Me to Run
May 28, 2015

The Time a Corrupt Chinese Official’s Mistress Told Me to Run

By Yang Hengjun
A conversation from 2007 contrasts sharply to today's anti-corruption campaign in China.

Will Zhou Yongkang Be Crucified?
April 07, 2015

Will Zhou Yongkang Be Crucified?

By Bo Zhiyue
Once a political star, Zhou Yongkang could now face the death penalty to serve as a sharp warning to others.
The Internet vs. China’s Many Emperors
April 03, 2015

The Internet vs. China’s Many Emperors

By Yang Hengjun
The Internet is the one check on China's local officials. No wonder they're determined to squash it.

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