Britain will import Chinese math textbooks and Chinese teaching methods for schools throughout the country. The decision was lauded in Shanghai as a "delightful" soft-power boost for China. The post Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping was formally elected on Thursday as a delegate to an important Communist Party congress this year, when he will seek to consolidate power, as a representative of a province run by an ally and a candidate for promotion.
Late last week, President Trump met with Xi Jinping, the Chinese head of state and (more importantly) the head of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. The two men no doubt discussed many issues, but the elephants...Show More Summary
Some protesters held up signs proclaiming: "Free Tibet now," "Falun Dafa is good," "the Chinese communist party is gangsters, mafia and evil," or, most simply, "Xi Jinping Suck!" [ more › ]
The Chinese Communist Party traditionally holds golf, which Mao once called a “sport for millionaires,” in high contempt.
The General Secretary does not golf. When Xi Jinping, the Chinese President, assumed control of the Communist Party, in 2012, golf was a popular pastime for wealthy dealmakers. But in an effort to restore the image of public servants,...Show More Summary
Every March, thousands of “people’s representatives” descend on Beijing to attend the liang-hui (or “double meeting”) sessions of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Committee (CPPCC)....Show More Summary
You probably have a better chance of being appointed as a judge by the Chinese Communist government without being a member of the Communist Party than you have of being appointed as a judge by Republicans without being affiliated with...Show More Summary
The Chinese Communist Party has said it will cut the number of foreign picture books featuring subversive ideology, and have removed Winnie the Pooh along with James and the Giant Peach and Peppa Pig. Taobao, China’s online shopping service that’s similar to Amazon and owned by AliBaba, announced...
Communist Party officials cited President Trump’s recent travel ban as an example of how to prevent “religious extremism from seeping into all of American culture.”
] Officials from China’s ruling Communist Party warned citizens the rising influence of Islamic extremism in China would result in the country losing its traditional identity. Addressing a group of Chinese politicians at a regional meeting, Ningxia Communist Party secretary Li Jianguo pointed...
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese police pursued a fugitive to France for the first time, persuading them to surrender and return home last month to face charges for serious economic crimes, the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Monday.
Regional Chinese officials make repeated warnings about threat of religious "extremism" during meeting in Beijing.
China's ruling Communist Party is hardening its rhetoric about Islam, with top officials making repeated warnings this past week about the specter of global religious extremism seeping into the country. … Click to Continue »
The Chinese government’s annual policy blueprint runs more than 18,000 Chinese characters. Only a fraction of them are necessary to grasp this year’s theme: a dramatic emphasis on the Communist Party, in particular its leader.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A court in southeastern China on Tuesday sentenced the former Communist Party boss of northern Hebei province Zhou Benshun to 15 years in jail after finding him guilty of corruption.
Five years after former Communist Party bigwig Bo Xilai saw his ambitions for high office spectacularly quashed by scandal, party inspectors say his "pernicious influence" lingers in the Chinese megacity he once governed. Their verdict...Show More Summary
By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang may not retain his position as the Communist Party's No. 2 soon. There is a persistent rumor that Li will step down from his position as Premier at the 13th...Show More Summary
Lorand Laskai Security, Asia Setbacks aside, the Chinese government continues to hype the possibilities of big data. Like most policymakers around the world, the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party is exploring how big data and...Show More Summary