Andrew Jacobs, reporting from Beijing for the NYT: Jing Yuechen, the founder of an Internet start-up here in the Chinese capital, has no interest in overthrowing the Communist Party. But these days she finds herself cursing the nation’s smothering...Show More Summary
China President Xi Jinping is two years into his unprecedented fight to eliminate the corruption that permeates the Communist Party in China. Since assuming office in early 2013, Xi has vowed to "hunt tigers and swat flies," meaningShow More Summary
Former Chinese judge Jianwei Fang thinks the country’s practice of using arrest and conviction quotas to measure the performance of the country’s police, prosecutors and judges is "very stupid." The Communist Party would appear to agree.
Officials should put down their calligraphy brushes and stick to governing, says the latest anti-corruption guideline from the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
Over the past year the world of finance has had its eye fixed on Chinese GDP, watching its slide and the Communist Party's commitment to it. The party is calling this slow down a "new normal," a nd what the party says goes. Here's the...Show More Summary
There appears to be mounting concern in the Chinese Communist Party about resistance to Xi Jinping's anti-graft crusade, raising the possibility Beijing could extend its crackdown to target officials who are insufficiently loyal.
FILLED with proletarian revolutionary pride, we have greeted the 55th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party in the the excellent situation in which the struggle to criticize Teng Hsiao- ping and repulse, the Right deviationist wind to reverse correct verdicts has won great victories. The series of important instructions issued by [...]
Not a day seems to pass in China without a fresh news report of a government corruption probe or scandal. More than two years ago, the Communist Party launched a far-reaching anti-graft campaign, and the numbers have been both staggering and mind-numbing. Last year alone, party authorities...
China’s top leaders warned fellow Communist Party members this week against forming cliques, days after a probe of the top lieutenant of former President Hu Jintao offered a reminder of the divisions within the party.
The Chinese Communist Party’s decision to investigate a onetime top aide to former President Hu Jintao has resurfaced old scandals and lifted the cloak that shielded the former leader’s closest allies from scrutiny.
Over the last several months, Chinese leader Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party have repeatedly exhorted the People's Liberation Army to "be ready to win a war." Xi has repeatedly called for greater military modernization, increased training, and enhanced overall readiness of the Chinese army, navy, and air force. Show More Summary
From offering Japanese schoolgirl uniforms to creating rooms tricked out with traditional Chinese wedding decor, China’s underground sex industry is always trying to keep up to date with its clients’ fantasies.
In a rare move that has captivated public attention, a Chinese court on Monday overturned a guilty verdict for an 18-year-old who was executed in 1996 for a rape and murder he did not commit. The reversal comes as Communist Party authorities are touting their determination to improve the rule...
The Chinese Communist party’s antigraft agency said Friday it intends to monitor key national government bodies like the cabinet and legislature by placing permanent investigators inside the organizations.
Last weekend, Chinese media announced that former security chief and oil baron Zhou Yongkang (pictured) has been expelled from the Communist Party and now awaits trial. As the highest-level person to have been affected by President Xi's...Show More Summary
After more than a year of intense speculation and secret investigation, China's ruling Communist Party on Friday expelled former domestic security czar Zhou Yongkang for alleged misdeeds including accepting bribes, disclosing state secrets and sexual improprieties.
China's Communist Party has expelled former security tsar Zhou Yongkang, the highest ranking politician to be purged from the party since the days of Mao. The news was released at midnight, Chinese time. He will now be arrested by China's...Show More Summary
The Chinese Communist Party’s flagship newspaper doesn't like losers and wants the country’s youth to stop labeling themselves as such.
The party of Nelson Mandela has chosen the site for a new school that will be based on Chinese Communist Party political education
Analysts said Gao Yu’s case was aimed at silencing a voice that gave the world rare glimpses into internal Communist Party politics.