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THE ANTI-LIN PIAO ANTI-CONFUCIUS GREAT STRUGGLE OF THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY (SEPTEMBER 1974)

The Chinese Communist party led by Chairman Mao Tsetung is waging anti-Lin Piao anti-Confucius great struggle. Huge workers-peasants-soldiers and revolutionary intellectuals are taking part in that struggle. The anti-Lin Piao anti Confucius...Show More Summary

Renowned Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Still Detained After 10 Months

A human rights lawyer who has defended clients ranging from Ai Weiwei to communist party officials, Pu Zhiqiang is now facing criminal charges over his postings on Weibo.

China Has No Plans to Suspend Its One-Child Policy Resulting in Forced and Sex-Selection Abortions

On January 1, 2014, the Chinese Communist Party tweaked the One Child Policy, allowing couples in which either parent is an only child to have a second child.  This minor exception has been widely and wrongfully reported as an “easing” or “relaxation” of the One Child Policy. One non-profit organization recently released a statement that […]

Top Chinese Director, People’s Daily Fight It Out Over Reality TV Movies

An unusual public spat between a famous director and the Communist party’s main propaganda arm is shining a light on the state of pop culture in China.

The Myth of a Valueless China

HONG KONG -- As part of its Richer World series, the BBC recently ran exclusive footage of a former senior Chinese Communist Party official meeting with the Dalai Lama in 2012, two years after the last formal talks between the two sides,...Show More Summary

This is what Communist Propaganda Looks Like These Days

Forget heroic workers trampling on imperialist aggressors. The Chinese Communist Party has made a video that comes across like one long corporate ad

Top Chinese Company Bosses Try to Atone After Bribery Allegations

Acts of contrition allow disciples of the Roman Catholic Church to atone for their sins. Something similar may be saving souls in China’s Communist Party.

Three Chinese fighters killed by Islamic State, state-run paper in China says

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A tabloid newspaper run by the Chinese Communist Party claimed Thursday that three Chinese citizens who had taken up arms with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria had been executed as traitors.

‘Obama,’ ‘Putin’ Usernames Banned as China Moves Toward Real-Name Internet

The Chinese Communist Party's campaign to exert more control over the country's 649 million Internet users intensified yet again on Wednesday.

‘Obama,’ ‘Putin’ Banned as Usernames as China Moves Toward Real-Name Internet

The Chinese Communist Party's campaign to exert more control over the country's 649 million Internet users intensified yet again on Wednesday after the Internet regulator announced new rules that require users of an array of services...Show More Summary

Why China’s Education Crackdown May Be More Than It Seems

A clampdown on "Western ideas" in Chinese classrooms isn't just about controlling society. It has another dimension, involving Xi’s relationship with the conservative left in the Communist party.

China Clamps Down Still Harder on Internet Access

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

Here's The Ridiculous Loot That's Been Found With Corrupt Chinese Officials

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

China’s Communist Party Sounds Death Knell for Arrest, Conviction Quotas

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.

Chinese Communist Party Warns Officials: Calligraphy Isn’t for Amateurs

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.

Everyone's Losing Sight Of One Of The Most Crucial Numbers In China

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

Beijing’s Concern Grows Over Anti-Corruption Critics

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.

Inner-Party Struggle and Party Development-Chih Heng

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 [...]

Keeping tabs on Chinese corruption: There's an app for that

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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...

Chinese Leaders Warn Against the Formation of Cliques

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.

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