A six-part Chinese documentary that has been shown at dozens of political meetings blames the Soviet Union’s collapse not on the communist system but on individuals who betrayed it, especially Mikhail Gorbachev.
Americans’ obsession with the furry creature is “almost impossible to believe,” according to one Chinese newspaper: This was no passing remark: The Dec. 4 article in the Communist Party paper Beijing Youth Daily stood out among China’s sometimes shoddily-researched, state-run media with its convincing,sourced points. The paper noted that Chinese pandas on loan to the zoo in […]
Following several reports on the wealth of Chinese leaders, the Communist Party has threatened to expel two dozen foreign correspondents. Evan Osnos calls it “the Chinese government’s most dramatic attempt to insulate itself from scrutiny in the thirty-five years since China began opening to the world”: China is gradually losing interest in soft power. The Party spent much […]
From terrorist attacks in the capital to acquiescence to nationalism on foreign policy, the Chinese Communist Party's control seems to be weakening, writes Tim Robertson from Jiangsu province
In every organization, including the Chinese Communist Party, there are forces of movement and forces of order. The forces of movement have moved into ascendancy in China and this was signaled by establishment of the special economic zone in Shanghai and the program emerging from recent Third Plenary Session. Show More Summary
By Marc Chandler: In every organization, including the Chinese Communist Party, there are forces of movement and forces of order. The forces of movement have moved into ascendancy in China and this was signaled by establishment of the special economic zone in Shanghai and the program emerging from recent Third Plenary Session. Show More Summary
In the wake of Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) earlier this month, headlines emphasized the announcements of major market-oriented economic reforms. The meeting also seemed to cement the stature of Xi Jinping as perhaps the most powerful Chinese leader since Deng Xiaoping. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Ending the Great Stagnation that is taxing Western policy makers may depend as much on the Chinese Communist Party as it does on the world's leading central banks.
We have heard stories where excessive gaming has actually lead to death and of course these are extreme cases, but it seems that over in China, the Communist Party’s newspaper, the Southern Daily, quoted a university professor by the name of Tao Hongkai where he likened professional gaming to drug dealing. Show More Summary
By Junheng Li: On November 15, the Chinese Communist Party released "A Decision on Major Issues Concerning Comprehensive and Far-Reaching Reforms," a document detailing the party's reform plan. Accompanying the release, Mr. Xi wrote a letter highlighting 11 key features of the plan, generally viewed as the party's priorities. Show More Summary
Communist Party vows reform in an effort to curb growing criticism over human rights
A fascinating conundrum embroiled the top leaders of China’s Communist Party in response to the protests that escalated on Tiananmen Square in the summer of 1989. Could the country’s nascent free-market reform succeed without matching...Show More Summary
President Xi Jinping announced a 'new historical starting point' for economy at Communist Party plenum Personal Finance LAST UPDATED AT 15:11 ON Fri 22 Nov 2013 CHINESE Communist Party plenums happen once a decade and "are rituals of unchanging arcana", says The Economist. Show More Summary
The Third Plenum leadership conclave that ended last week in Beijing brought—in addition to reams of turgid paeans to the Chinese Communist Party—hopes that President Xi Jinping and his team are committed to a national economic refurbishment. Show More Summary
While the recent Third Plenary Session of the 18th Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Committee was expected to unveil major initiatives in economic liberalization, what has struck Chinese and foreign observers most is the weightShow More Summary
For the analysts who may have misread the tea leaves after the Communist Party pow-wow last week–take heart, you’re in good company.
Evening Headlin es Bloomb er g: China Has ‘High’ Chance of Small Bank Failure, Official Says. One or two small Chinese banks may fail next year as they face pressure from their reliance on short-term borrowing, a Communist Party economic official said. Show More Summary
The Chinese Communist Party generated hopeful headlines this month by acknowledging that it faces a time of reckoning: to prevent economic peril and rising unrest, the Party promised to overhaul the economy, to allow more parents toShow More Summary
David Bandurski from China media project looked into the media policy of the new leadership of the Chinese Communist Party, in particular after the Third Plenum meeting. Against the background of the setting up of a new national security committee, the question to be addressed is: How might the Party...
China already boasts the world's most sophisticated Internet censorship system. According to the Chinese Communist Party, it isn’t good enough.