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Beijing Turns Its Back on Pragmatism in Hong Kong Democracy Debate

Distrust of the Chinese Communist Party runs deep in Hong Kong, a city built largely by refugees from famine and party-sponsored political violence in mainland China.

S.Africa's capital considers naming street after Mao

5 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong was added to the list of possible names for streets and buildings in the South African capital Pretoria on Thursday despite protest from opposition parties. The ruling African National Congress pushed...Show More Summary

The Chinese Communist Party Just Opened a WeChat Account

An eclectic social media debut for the world's largest political organization.

Leaked Documents Reveal How the Chinese Communist Party Channels Public Opinion

What exactly do China's online "opinion analysts" do? A recent scandal at Peking University sheds light on the question.

Canadian PM bans Chinese media from Arctic trip

last weekNews : The Newsroom

TORONTO (AP) — Canada has banned journalists with China's official news agency and the Communist Party newspaper from joining Prime Minister Stephen Harper on an Arctic trip, prompting complaints by Chinese reporters who say they're being discriminated against.

Corruption Crackdown Ripples through a Chinese City

Since Beijing’s anticorruption drive was launched in late 2012, the July 1 anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist parties have moved downscale. There’s no liquor, no mahjong and cheaper food.

Chinese Communist Party Blasts Canine Ownership: Dogs Are For 'Watching,' 'Hunting,' and Eating'

An op-ed posted in China’s Communist Party news outlet lambasted "elitist" dog ownership, comparing canine defecation to “land mines” and calling dogs a stain on “social peace and harmony." The author described the glory days of “Mao’s...Show More Summary

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Here’s an interesting news story: New revisions to the code of behavior for primary and middle school students no longer require them to “love the Chinese people and love the Communist Party of China (CPC).”.  .  . As well as taking out the demand to love the Party and the public, the […]

China will create its own version of Christianity

China has a growing number of Christians, and that's causing increasing tensions with the officially atheistic ruling Chinese Communist Party. China's solution is if you can't beat 'em, co-opt them. "Over the past decades, the Protestant...Show More Summary

In China, Shark Fin Soup Is So 2010

Will Chinese President Xi Jinping’s campaign to save the Communist Party end up saving the shark? China’s consumption of shark fin soup is declining rapidly as the government’s anticorruption campaign discourages showy banquets.

In China, Shark Fin Soup Is So 2010

Will Chinese President Xi Jinping’s campaign to save the Communist Party end up saving the shark?

Xi Jinping: Ready to Take On ‘Armies of Corruption,’ Paper Says

Combating corruption has emerged as the signature policy of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s administration since late 2012, and his efforts appeared to kick into high gear in recent weeks when the Communist Party notched its biggest catches.

Should Chinese Students Be Required to ‘Love the Party’? The Government Reconsiders

In a somewhat un-red move, the Chinese government is considering no longer requiring students to love the Communist Party.

Political Implications on the Downfall of Security Chief

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced its investigation of Zhou Yongkang, a former senior member of CCP and headed China's security apparatus on July 29, 2014. China File invited Sebastian Veg, Roderick MacFarquhar and Taisu Zhang, scholars from history and social science to comment on the political significance of Zhou's...

Exclusive: Pro-Democracy Hackers Infiltrate Chinese TV Station

Messages denouncing the "Communist Party bandits" parade across Chinese televisions in Wenzhou.

Tiger, Tiger, Burning (Not So) Bright: China’s Newspapers on Zhou Yongkang

On Tuesday, when the news broke that erstwhile Communist Party top member Zhou Yangkang was being investigated, the reaction among the Chinese news-reading public was something close to a cacophony.

People’s Daily Rails Against Symptom of Western Penetration: Dog Ownership

In recent years, China has experienced a massive boom in the number of proud pet owners and fluffy dogs walking its cities’ streets. And the Chinese Communist Party evidently isn’t so pleased about it.

Microsoft, the ‘Guardian Warriors’ and China’s Cybersecurity Fears

Last year, a Chinese magazine with ties to the Communist party identified “eight guardian warriors” – U.S. companies that, it said, “have seamlessly infiltrated China.” Here's a rundown of how the companies are faring.

Microsoft, the ‘Guardian Warriors’ and China’s Cybersecurity Fears

Last year, a Chinese magazine with ties to the Communist party identified “eight guardian warriors” – U.S. companies that, it said, “have seamlessly infiltrated China.” Here's a rundown of how the companies are faring.

China Corruption Purge Targets Biggest Fish Yet

Chinese President Xi Jinping has made it his mission to eliminate corruption within the ruling Communist Party, and his latest target is the highest-ranking thus far. Zhou Yongkang is the former head of national security and an ex-member of the Politburo Standing Committee, which heads the party; he was among...

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