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Chinese Communist Party Cracks Down on ‘Improper Discussion’ — Even After Retirement

As Chinese President Xi Jinping continues his bid to consolidate power, his 88 million-strong Communist Party has increasingly spoken with one voice. Failure to sing to the same tune could mean facing the music.

Desperate Measures: People’s Daily Raps Local Officials over China Labor Unrest

A Chinese city’s push to ban construction workers from publicly protesting unpaid wages has drawn disapproval from the Communist Party’s flagship newspaper, signaling official discord over efforts to curb rising labor unrest.

Riot Control Robot Unveiled in China Looks Ominously Like a 'Doctor Who' Dalek, May In Fact Be One

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

“China's first intelligent security robot debuts in Chongqing,” reads the headline in the Chinese Communist Party official newspaper People's Daily. The riot control robot has a name, “AnBot,” and it's freaking everyone out even more than your regular garden variety riot control robots because the damn thing looks like a Dalek from Doctor Who. Show More Summary

Chinese President Xi Jinping to Communist Members: You Must be 'Unyielding Marxist Atheists'

Chinese President Xi Jinping told his Communist Party members that they must be "unyielding atheist" who will command Christians and other religious groups in the country.

Almost 500 Students Fall Ill at Posh Chinese School From Toxic Waste Dumped Nearby

The scandal is the latest public health disaster to raise serious questions about the efficacy of Chinese Communist Party rule

Ten Years: The film that irked China’s Communist party

Like now but more so. That’s the tough forecast for Hong Kong in 2025 set out in Ten Years, a new piece of dystopian cinema that has irked the Chinese Communist Party. Pro-democracy protesters set themselves on fire outside the British consulate; Triad gangsters collude with mainland officials in staging a mock assassination; Cantonese becomes [...]Show More Summary

China's military has a new enemy: Disney's 'Zootopia'

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

China’s Communist Party has long preached resistance to Western values, such as democracy and freedom of speech. Now, according to a Chinese military newspaper, these values are infiltrating China via an unlikely Trojan horse: the Disney animated movie “Zootopia.” The People’s Liberation Army Daily...

The latest surprising twist in China’s love-hate relationship with golf

2 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

The Chinese Communist Party has viewed golf with distrust for decades. However, when President Xi Jinping's fight against official corruption hit full swing, it began to look like a real crackdown, with party officials being investigated...Show More Summary

The latest surprising twist in China’s love-hate relationship with golf

2 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

The Chinese Communist Party has viewed golf with distrust for decades. However, when President Xi Jinping's fight against official corruption hit full swing, it began to look like a real crackdown, with party officials being investigated...Show More Summary

China Party Boss Was Godfather of Meth

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

He was a Chinese Communist Party branch secretary with a dark sideand hes been sentenced to death. But the countrys drug problem is still widespread.

Chinese politicians are about to undergo a creepy year-long Marxist 'education' training

Chinese President Xi Jinping has declared that for the next year, all Chinese officials in the Chinese Communist Party (so, everyone) will go through an education campaign,  according to state media outlet Xinhua. There, says Xi, they...Show More Summary

Panama Papers Show Ties to Chinese Leaders

“At least three of the seven people on the Chinese Communist Party’s most powerful committee, including President Xi Jinping, have relatives who have controlled secretive offshore companies,” the New York Times reports. “The disclosures by the organization, the International Consortium [...]

China probes mayor of provincial capital for suspected graft

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have begun a graft probe into the mayor of the major northern Chinese city of Jinan, the ruling Communist Party announced on Wednesday, the latest senior official caught up in a sweeping corruption crackdown.

Some prominent Chinese are chafing against censorship, then their complaints are censored

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

The editor-in-chief of China’s Global Times, a tabloid closely tied to the Communist Party and known for its often-rabid nationalism, isn’t exactly the kind of guy you’d expect to be calling publicly for more freedom of speech and less censorship. But that’s precisely what Hu Xijin has been doing...

Hundreds of Chinese Police Demolish Church Crosses, Leave Christian Protesters Beaten and Bloodied

Groups of hundreds of Chinese officers sent by the Communist Party demolished over a dozen church crosses in China's coastal Zhejiang province this past week, leading to confrontations with protesters, some of whom were beaten and bloodied.

Chinese Editor Resigns Over Communist Party’s Media Crackdown

An editor at a Chinese newspaper has resigned over the Communist Party’s tightening grip around the country’s media. On Tuesday, Yu Shaolei, a culture editor at Southern Metropolis Daily, took to popular Chinese micro-blogging site Sina Weibo and posted a photo of his resignation. Show More Summary

Chinese officials should be 24-hour Party people: paper

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese officials need to remain on call 24 hours a day and must not turn off their mobile phones, a newspaper run by the Communist Party said on Saturday.

China probes former Moutai liquor exec for graft: watchdog

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A former senior executive at Chinese liquor giant Kweichow Moutai Co Ltd is being investigated for suspected corruption, the ruling Communist Party's disciplinary watchdog said on Friday.

How President Xi Is Facing Pushback From Within the Communist Party

A highly significant essay, "A Thousand Yes-Men Cannot Equal One Honest Advisor," appeared recently on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, which is in charge of Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign. Show More Summary

How President Xi Is Facing Pushback From Within the Communist Party

A highly significant essay, "A Thousand Yes-Men Cannot Equal One Honest Advisor," appeared recently on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, which is in charge of Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign. Show More Summary

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