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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
China's State Council Probes the Tianjin Explosions
September 24, 2015
China's State Council Probes the Tianjin Explosions
Premier Li Keqiang gets an update on the government's investigation into the August blasts in Tianjin.
China's State Council Probes the Tianjin Explosions
China to Embrace New 'Active Defense' Strategy
May 26, 2015
China to Embrace New 'Active Defense' Strategy
A new defense white paper outlines Beijing's growing military capabilities and strategic outlook.
China to Embrace New 'Active Defense' Strategy
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
June 11, 2014
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
With the planned Occupy Central movement drawing near, Beijing claims ultimate political control over Hong Kong.
With Protests Looming, Beijing Promotes Its Vision for Hong Kong
China Considers World’s Longest Underground Tunnel
February 18, 2014
China Considers World’s Longest Underground Tunnel
The proposed tunnel would run across two earthquake fault lines, sparking concerns over safety.
China Considers World’s Longest Underground Tunnel
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
February 04, 2014
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
China's new rules regarding state secrets are meant to boost government transparency. But will they?
Does China’s New State Secret Regulation Mean Anything?
China Mulls Nationwide Public Smoking Ban
December 12, 2013
China Mulls Nationwide Public Smoking Ban
But with 10 percent of government revenue from state-owned tobacco, is it even possible?
China Mulls Nationwide Public Smoking Ban
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