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.”

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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

China overtakes U.S. as biggest energy consumer

China stakes claim to S. Texas oil, gas

Furious China blocks visit to Nobel winner’s wife

Economists ignore the facts in supporting Chinese currency legislation

China to overtake Japan in global wealth rankings?

Chinese monopoly on rare earth elements poses grave danger

    Shawn Ambrosino writing at Townhall: “But over the past couple of decades – as more and more businesses deferred their production to the cheaper, overseas work-force – China has slowly gained more and more control over this market, till last year, they produced over 97% of the world’s supply or Rare Earth elements . . . Rare Earth metals are vital for many of our defensive entities, used in such things as the magnets that help direct the fins on our smart bombs to the silencing the whir of the blades on some of our combat helicopters.”

  • Posted: 10/05/2010
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Europe calls on China to let currency appreciate

Three decades of forced abortion and counting: China to continue one-child policy

US Is ‘Practically Owned’ by China: Analyst

Americans divided over whether U.S.-China interests outweigh differences

Gates, Buffett host banquet for China’s super rich

“Beijing police raid gay spot, question dozens”

China steps up efforts to reverse “Brain Drain”

America’s one-child policy

Chinese business gains foothold in Eastern Europe

U.S. loses no. 1 to Brazil-China-India market in investor poll

Japan’s new foreign minister gets tough on China

Senators from both parties tell Geithner that China hinders U.S. recovery

Hindus laud China for provision of religious service center at Guangzhou Asian Games

Chinese think tank warns US it will emerge as loser in trade war

Chinese opposition activist released from prison

China’s currency hits fresh high against US dollar

Chinese forced abortion opponent faces persecution after prison release

Schwarzenegger keen on China high-speed rail

China may relax its one-child rule

Chinese blind activist lawyer released from prison

VA: Congress kills light bulb factory; end of era for U.S. means more jobs for Chinese

    Washington Post: “The last major GE factory making ordinary incandescent light bulbs in the United States is closing this month, marking a small, sad exit for a product and company that can trace their roots to Thomas Alva Edison’s innovations in the 1870s . . . What made the plant here vulnerable is, in part, a 2007 energy conservation measure passed by Congress that set standards essentially banning ordinary incandescents by 2014 . . . Rather than setting off a boom in the U.S. manufacture of replacement lights, the leading replacement lights are compact fluorescents, or CFLs, which are made almost entirely overseas, mostly in China . . . ”

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Chinese pastor, wife slain at church served by Lottie Moon

Mormon Church in talks to “regularize” activities in China

“Visibility of gay people reflects changes in China”

Chinese girls taught to say no to sex

7th Circuit: Upholds denial of asylum to couple persecuted under China’s one child policy

China requires ID to buy mobile phone numbers

Heritage Foundation: Getting our China priorities straight

Pentagon cites concerns in China military growth

China overtakes Japan in 2Q as No. 2 economy

China: Pastor Wang Dao interrogated and released; Liangren church forced to move again

Over 23 million Christians in China, official survey shows

Hong Kong transgender woman fights marriage ban

Chinese authorities install ‘official’ prelate in place of imprisoned bishop

Chinese users report Google page blocked

China becomes second biggest world economy

Plagiarism epidemic shuts down U.S. program in China

China censors ease up on pornographic websites

China may move away from dollar as benchmark