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China's homemade aircraft carrier is second in Xi's fleet

Hong Kong - China launched its first domestically built aircraft carrier, burnishing President Xi Jinping’s credentials as commander-in-chief ahead of a Communist Party leadership reshuffle this year. The warship was floated at a shipyard...Show More Summary

China party urges Uighur youth to 'love motherland' to avoid 'terrorist' label

BEIJING (Reuters) - Young members of China's Uighur Muslim minority should "love the motherland" and learn Mandarin to help fight a perception they are "terrorists", Uighur members of the ruling Communist Party said in state media on Thursday.

Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher

Britain will import Chinese math textbooks and Chinese teaching methods for schools throughout the country. The decision was lauded in Shanghai as a "delightful" soft-power boost for China. The post Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

China says fewer graft suspects fleeing as controls stepped up

BEIJING (Reuters) - The number of corruption suspects fleeing China in the last four years has fallen dramatically as the government steps up controls on things like passport issuance for officials, the ruling Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said on Tuesday.


MOSTLY BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT BEING TAUGHT WHAT COMMUNISM REALLY IS: Communist Party membership numbers climbing in the Trump era.

The Chinese Communist Party Wants to Say ‘Comrade’ Again But It’s Too Gay

The Chinese Communist Party Wants to Say ‘Comrade’ Again But It’s Too Gay The Chinese Communist Party wants to bring back the old-fashioned form of address “comrade,” but there’s one problem: it’s too gay Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Vietnam punishes officials over Formosa incident

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's ruling Communist Party Secretariat said on Friday it was punishing four high-ranking government officials over the so-called Formosa incident, the government said in a statement on Facebook.

China moves to discredit tycoon's claims of Communist Party corruption

BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Friday sought to discredit billionaire businessman Guo Wengui, painting him as a "criminal suspect" whose allegations of corruption within the highest levels of the Communist Party should not be believed...

In Poor Province, an Election Rich With Meaning: Delegate Xi Jinping

In China, where leaders are selected rather than elected, a unanimous vote this week confirming President Xi Jinping as a delegate to a Communist Party congress appeared remarkable not for how he won, but where. Thursday’s vote marked Mr. Xi’s latest step in preparing for the party’s twice-a-decade conclave this fall, where he is expected […]

China's Xi kicks off congress with formal election in ally's province

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping was formally elected on Thursday as a delegate to an important Communist Party congress this year, when he will seek to consolidate power, as a representative of a province run by an ally and a candidate for promotion.

Detained Hong Kong bookseller Gui wins Swedish free speech prize

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A bookseller detained in China for publishing books on the personal lives of President Xi Jinping and other Communist Party leaders has won a prize for free speech and press freedom awarded by a Swedish media organization.

China says tycoon Guo Wengui wanted by Interpol

China confirmed Wednesday that Interpol has issued a "red notice" for Guo Wengui, a real estate kingpin and outspoken critic of the ruling Communist Party. "What we understand is that Interpol has already issued a 'red notice' for criminal suspect Guo Wengui," foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a regular briefing without giving details. Show More Summary

Executive salaries at China's largest state firms linked to 'party building' efforts

BEIJING (Reuters) - Salaries of executives at China's largest state-owned enterprises (SOEs) will be directly linked to their performance on tests by the ruling Communist Party to assess their "party building" efforts, state media said on Tuesday.

China's Hebei vows to learn lessons from new graft probe

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The Communist Party in China's smog-hit Hebei province said it will "learn lessons" after one of its highest-ranking officials was placed under investigation for serious disciplinary violations, which usually serves as a code for corruption.

China and the Binary Choice

Late last week, President Trump met with Xi Jinping, the Chinese head of state and (more importantly) the head of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. The two men no doubt discussed many issues, but the elephants...Show More Summary

“Should exercise be compulsory at work?”

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

A genuine headline at the BBC. “In 2010, China reintroduced mandatory exercises twice a day at state-owned companies after a three-year gap,” it notes helpfully. “Set up by the Communist Party, they had previously been running sinceShow More Summary

China Investigates Regulator of Fast-Moving Insurance Industry

Xiang Junbo, who oversaw the transformation of China’s insurance industry, faces an inquiry from the Communist Party’s anti-corruption commission.

China says insurance regulator head probed for suspected graft

BEIJING (Reuters) - The head of China's insurance regulator is under investigation for suspected disciplinary violations, the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Sunday, using phrasing that usually refers to gr...

Protesters arrested in Palm Beach for trying to run in front of Xi Jinping's car

2 weeks agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Some protesters held up signs proclaiming: "Free Tibet now," "Falun Dafa is good," "the Chinese communist party is gangsters, mafia and evil," or, most simply, "Xi Jinping Suck!" [ more › ]

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