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BEIJING (Reuters) - Stability is an absolute principle that needs to be dealt with using "strong hands", Chinese President Xi Jinping has told security officials ahead of next month's key Congress of the ruling Communist Party.
China and Vietnam's Communist parties have a "shared destiny" and there is great potential for bilateral economic cooperation, a senior Beijing official said on Tuesday on a visit to Vietnam, which has clashed with China over the South China Sea. Show More Summary
In the Chinese province of Zhejiang, the ruling Communist Party has sent out notices warning Christian parents against taking their children to church under threat of severe consequences. The move
BEIJING (Reuters) - A former personal assistant to an exiled Chinese-born billionaire, who has made claims of high-level Communist Party corruption, has filed a lawsuit in New York accusing him of raping her, court documents show.
Frank Chen's e-commerce business has nothing to do with politics but he worries it might be sunk by the Communist Party's latest effort to control what the Chinese public sees online.
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese real estate tycoon Guo Wengui, one of the ruling Communist Party's most wanted exiles, has applied for political asylum in the United States, his lawyer said, in a move that could keep him out of Beijing's grasp for at least several more years.
Chinese real estate tycoon Guo Wengui, one of the Communist Party's most wanted exiles, has applied for political asylum in the United States. Guo's lawyer, Thomas Ragland, said Thursday the … Click to Continue »
BEIJING (Reuters) - Guo Wengui, an exiled Chinese billionaire who has accused some of the most senior officials of China's Communist Party of corruption, has applied for political asylum in the United States, the New York Times reported on Thursday. [ more › ]
BEIJING (Reuters) - Guo Wengui, an exiled Chinese billionaire who has accused some of the most senior officials of China's Communist Party of corruption, has applied for political asylum in the United States, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The recent scene at a dusty Inner Mongolia military base provided evidence of Chinese President Xi Jinping's consolidation of political power, even as he faces pushback from some quarters in his ruling Communist Party ahead of a critical gathering next month.
China will convene its 19th Party Congress on October 18, state media said Thursday, a key meeting held every five years where President Xi Jinping is expected to receive a second term as the ruling Communist Party's top leader. More...Show More Summary
China says a key Communist Party meeting held once every five years will start on Oct. 18. Thursday's announcement of the 19th National Party Congress by the official Xinhua News … Click to Continue »
Escalating efforts to repatriate one of the ruling Communist Party's most wanted exiles, Chinese police have opened an investigation on a new allegation, rape, against New York-based billionaire Guo Wengui, … Click to Continue »
"Local and national holidays are being celebrated with new vigour.... State media are boosting the use of Chinese medicine when people fall ill, wearing Han robes when they get married, and keeping fit by practising tai chi and other ancient sports.... By presenting himself as the defender of traditional values, [President Xi Jinping] […]
By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Who moves first? A Chinese newspaper published by the ruling communist party warned both North Korea and the U.S. against military action on Friday. The Global Times told Pyongyang it would stay neutral if it started shooting first, and would take unspecified action to prevent Washington from trying to...
Many Westerners cheered when the Chinese Communist Party announced it was going to allow all Chinese couples a second child. They quite naturally assumed that this meant an across-the-board relaxation of a policy that had caused tremendous suffering among the Chinese people.I was not convinced. There is often a striking distance between Beijing’s policy pronouncements […]
BEIJING (Reuters) - The former Communist Party boss of the northeastern province of Liaoning was sentenced to life in jail on Friday after being found guilty of corruption, state media said.
In the 21st century, chatbots drive social change and help people improve their sex lives. But they're not without a downside—including full-on political rebellion. SEE ALSO: Microsoft's chatbot Zo has some interesting opinions about...Show More Summary
The Chinese president marked 90 years since the founding of the country's armed forces with an assertion of its territorial claims and a reminder: The military reports first to the Communist Party.