China lashes out at US Congressional Resolution to support jailed Nobel Laureate

China plans to build mosques

Heritage Foundation: Rally for Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo

Anti-China protests in Norway before Nobel prize

China declares Christian “house churches” a “cult”

China counters Nobel Peace Prize with Confucius Peace Prize

Americans no longer think the U.S. economy is No. 1

West loses edge to Asia in education: Top five OECD findings

China to choose Catholic heads; Vatican ties tense

China’s U.N. influence rising, West should be careful: institute

China, Russia quit dollar

Vatican denounces China for bishop ordination

Chinese human rights advocate disappears again

Is Catholicism in China different from elsewhere?

Nobel Peace Prize case study: China’s growing power threatens liberty

Pentagon “aware” of China Internet rerouting

A case study in trains: China stealing technology from American companies that export American jobs

Stocks dip as China forces banks to raise reserves

Bernanke takes aim at China

Pat Buchanan: Who fed the tiger?

Cardinals talk religious freedom amid China flap

China’s censors misfire in abuse-of-power case

    New York Times: “Chen Xiaofeng was a poor farm girl. The man accused of killing her, Li Qiming, is the son of Li Gang, the deputy police chief in the Beishi district of Baoding. The tale of her death is precisely the sort of gripping socio-drama — a commoner grievously wronged; a privileged transgressor pulling strings to escape punishment — that sets off alarm bells in the offices of Communist Party censors. And in fact, party propaganda officials moved swiftly after the accident to ensure that the story never gained traction. Curiously, however, the opposite has happened.”

  • Posted: 11/18/2010
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Vatican warns China over bishop’s ordination

Advisory panel urges action on Chinese currency

Soros: China has better functioning government than U.S.

Murdoch warns of China’s economic prowess

China readies price controls to tackle food inflation

China’s “state capitalism” sparks a global backlash

More Chinese students studying in US

Obama: Fed action not designed to weaken dollar

Stocks drop on China inflation worries

G-20 refuses to back US push on China’s currency

G20: Why the US should worry if Asian currencies strengthen

80 million Bibles printed in China – and counting

China may be bigger economy than US within two years

China and Germany slam U.S. policy before G20 summit

China to tighten control on inflows of overseas funds

Industry groups lobby G20 on rare earth supply

Obama returns fire after China slams Fed’s move

Beijing denounces Nobel prize as a Western tool

Global backlash against Fed’s $600bn easing

Slowdown in exports: World Bank cautions China

China pressures European governments over Nobel

At odds with the U.S., Pakistan deepens ties with China

China aims to chart shifting population

Chinese computer trumps US one as world’s fastest

China party newspaper criticizes Western democracy

CTA and schools of Tibetan Buddhism reject China’s regulation on monastic management

Dollar printing feeding China inflation: minister

Needing students, Maine school hunts in China

Time to look beyond Chinese rare earths, says EU trade boss

New UN special rapporteur on religion criticizes Chinese regime

Video: Chinese man describes wife’s forced abortion by gov’t officials

Divorce rate up in China

Chinese woman forced to abort 8-month-old fetus

China’s economic growth rate slows, but still at 9.6%+

Michael Savage: China on the verge of “burying” the U.S.

NPR: Couple tells of forced abortion in Chinese city; “one child” policy blamed

China paper blasts Western-style democracy

China said to widen its embargo of vital minerals; denies plan to cut export quotas

Eric Holder asks China to release Nobel Peace Prize winner

Why do foreigners keep losing money from US T-bonds? Are foreign governments manipulating?

Barred Chinese leaders send greetings to Lausanne Congress

China plans to reduce its exports of minerals; has monopoly on crucial rare elements

In China, even the Premier is censored

China’s holdings of Treasury debt rises in August

China, India, Japan grapple with the quality of legal education

Hong Kong diocese stages prayer vigil for religious freedom in China

China Church Leaders Blocked from Attending Major Int’l Christian Gathering

China warns US against making it a ‘scapegoat’ for flagging economy

Obama tested on US-China ties with currency report

Victor Davis Hanson: America’s Depressed by Being Broke

    Victor Davis Hanson writes at Townhall: “. . . there is a growing sense of despair that even vastly increased income taxes cannot cover the colossal shortfalls . . . That bleak reality creates hopelessness — and anger — among voters, who feel they are being taken for fools by their elected officials. The public opposes tax hikes not because they don’t wish to pay down the debt, but because they suspect the increased revenue will simply be a green light for even greater deficit spending.”

  • Posted: 10/14/2010
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China says backers of Nobel winner support crime

Norway slams restrictions on Nobel winner’s wife

Chinese Communist elders issue free speech appeal