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Chinese Communist Party members warned against believing in 'ghosts and supernatural beings'

4 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

If there's something strange in you neighborhood, Who you gonna call? China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection! [ more › ]

Senior Chinese official calls for Hong Kong to oppose independence

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's government hopes Hong Kong will oppose independence, a top Communist Party official said on Tuesday in a meeting with a pro-Beijing group from the southern financial hub.

Clamping Down on Overseas Investment -- in China

This makes perfect sense – in a country ruled by the Communist Party: China plans to clamp tighter controls on Chinese companies seeking to invest overseas, intensifying efforts to slow a surge in capital fleeing offshore amid tepid growth and an uncertain economic outlook. Of course, it would be crazy in a capitalist country ruled by a party committed to free enterprise.

Hong Kong Cardinal Says Any Deal Between the Vatican and China Would be ‘Betraying Christ’

Joseph Zen suggests the Pope may be unaware of the Chinese Communist Party's persecution of Catholics

Xi Jinping tells Chinese journalists to stick to the 'correct political direction' when reporting

last monthChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Once again exhibiting his passion for good journalism, Xi Jinping urged the country's journalists to do a better job of supporting and following the Communist Party at a meeting on Monday. [ more › ]

Advocates of Hong Kong independence not qualified for office: People's Daily

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - People who advocate Hong Kong independence are in violation of the territory's laws and China's constitution, and are not qualified to stand for public office, the ruling Chinese Communist Party's top newspaper said on Saturday.

China’s ‘Core’ Conundrum: Policing the Party’s Watchers

The Communist Party’s designation of Chinese President Xi Jinping as its “core” leader last week made him unequivocally its highest authority. Days later, the party has detailed how it will ensure that members obey.

As Xi's star rises, experts ask if the centre can hold

Chinese Communist chief Xi Jinping's ascension to the highest title in the party hierarchy formalises his position as its pre-eminent figure, analysts said, making him the country?s most powerful leader in a generation and inviting comparisons with Mao Zedong. Show More Summary

Xi Jinping Consolidates Power Absolutely; Can He Push Through Complete Reform?

On every television channel, on the front page of every newspaper, Chinese President Xi Jinping, in addition to his many other impressive titles, is now officially referred to as "the core of the Chinese Communist party." It sounds like...Show More Summary

China President Xi Jinping Named ‘Core’ Leader After Beijing Talks

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

Chinese President Xi Jinping has been named as “core” leader, a title reminiscent of the country’s past strongmen leaders, state news broadcaster CCTV reported Friday. The central committee of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC)...Show More Summary

The Chinese Communist Party just elevated Xi Jinping as the 'core' leader

On Thursday, the Chinese Communist Party elevated General Secretary Xi Jinping to the "core" of its leadership, making him even more powerful in the run-up to the 19th National Congress. The announcement came after the end of the Sixth...Show More Summary

All hail the mighty uncle - Chinese welcome Xi as the "core"

BEIJING (Reuters) - Hailing "mighty Uncle Xi", Chinese people have taken to social media using an old imperial term to welcome President Xi Jinping's naming by the Communist Party as its "core", despite party efforts to limit his cult of personality.

China’s Latest Deadly Industrial Explosion Spotlights Dire Workplace Safety

Explosion that killed at least 12 comes during a key meeting of the Chinese Communist Party and was swiftly cenorsed

Xi Jinping looks to consolidate his power at crucial Communist Party plenum this week

2 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Looks like it's going to be another interesting week. Or as interesting as Chinese politics get anyhow. [ more › ]

How Asian-American Radicals Brought 'Yellow Power' To Chinatown

In October 1966—50 years ago—Chinese leader Mao Zedong appeared on Tiananmen Square in Beijing to address an audience of 1.5 million Red Guards, the paramilitary youth he had called upon to tear down the Communist Party hierarchy. "Long live the Red Guards!" he shouted, to roars of approval. "Long live the great Cultural Revolution!" [ more › ]

Corruption in China is Structural; Will The Country Buckle Under It Before Reforming?

IN 1989 the movement for democracy brought the Chinese Communist Party to within days of extinction. According to official reports, on one day alone, May 22nd, 6m people joined demonstrations in 132 cities across the country. The party's immediate response was to use the people's army to crush the people by force, in Tiananmen Square. Show More Summary

Chinese Propaganda Comes to Southern California

On October 8, a performance commemorating the anniversary of the Long March of the Red Army of the Communist Party of China will be presented in San Gabriel, CA. The post Chinese Propaganda Comes to Southern California appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Sinosphere: Xi Jinping Reminds China’s State Companies of Who’s the Boss

In an unusual meeting, the Chinese president said the Communist Party must take a greater role in the boardroom — despite earlier pledges toward reform.

Read this book if you want to know what China’s citizens really think about their government

In 2010 and 2014, political scientist Bruce Dickson collaborated with Chinese scholars to survey public perceptions of China’s ruling Communist Party. Researchers conducted face-to-face interviews with some 4,000 people in 50 cities across the country. The results may come as a surprise: The regime enjoys high levels of popular support. In his new book, “The Dictator’s […]

Former party boss of China's Guangzhou jailed for life for graft

BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese court jailed the former Communist Party boss of the southern city of Guangzhou for life on Friday after finding him guilty of corruption, the latest official to fall in President Xi Jinping's sweeping war on graft.

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