Obama Admin denies asylum request for high level Chinese officer

China allows detained rights lawyer first visit in two years

Chinese officials detain bishop, compel him to attend ‘learning classes’

Chinese economic model not so desirable on closer examination

China accused of selling organs of executed prisoners

AP: China to phase out prisoner organ donations over next 5 years; says other organs are healthier

China says lawyers must swear allegiance to party

Australia wants to probe self-immolations in Tibet

China was top investor in Germany last year: agency

China’s New Law on Detentions Puts Spotlight on ‘Black Jails’

Obama’s WTO Rare-Earths Case Won’t Ensure U.S. Security

Chinese Study: Women More Likely to Face Depression After Abortion

China’s censors delete thousands of messages online — by hand

China says not changing from its path of socialism

A Quiet Revolution in Asia: Demographic Upheaval Realigns Nations

Population expert: China must end brutal one-child policy or face collapse

Chinese mothers forced to flee to U.S. to give birth

China announces double-digit hike in its defense budget

China bans nasty family planning slogans

China to Soften One-Child Policy Marketing, But Not the Law

China holdings of US debt at $1.15 trillion

Chinese police may have power to disappear people

Beijing Wants Say in Choice of World Bank Head

Chinese authorities arrest priests in Inner Mongolia

Reward or Punishment. How Beijing Sanctions the Bishops

Obama Admin Continues to Ignore Forced Abortions in China

Chinese Forced Abortion Opponent Collapses From Home Detention

Chinese blocked visit by U.S. religious freedom envoy, advocates say

Tibetans set themselves alight in protests

China sentences activist to 10 years over writings

China’s number of Web users rises to 513 million

It’s a girl: The three deadliest words in the world

China writer says harassment forced him to the US

Google’s love-hate relationship with China back on

Chinese rights lawyer jailed, denied visits during “education period”

China halts unapproved stem cell treatments

48 Chinese Christians detained New Year’s Day

CA: Lure of Chinese Tuition Pushes Out Asian-Americans

Hu Says West Is Trying to Divide China by Using Ideology, Cultural Weapons

China says Christian Bale should feel embarrassed

China to Restructure North Korea

China party official warns members over religion

China villagers threaten to march on government offices accuse local communists of stealing land

China: Batman Star Christian Bale Attacked for Visiting Chen Guangcheng

China officials shut down outdoor Christmas party

Big Asian Law Firm Takes Shape

MPAA Head Chris Dodd on Online Censorship Bill: China’s the Model

The Root Cause of Market Failure in Higher Education

    NCPA Policy Digest: China’s leaders want to make sure the young cadres they educate at the people’s expense actually find jobs in the private economy. Here in the United States, by contrast, where outstanding government guaranteed student loans have recently passed the $1 trillion mark, education policy is geared not toward maximizing the employability of graduates, but toward garnering votes for politicians, says Bill Frezza, a fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.


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Foreigners in China squeezed by pensions, taxes

Taiwan’s gender balance worsening as more parents abort female fetuses

Nepal Buddhists protest against Maoist chief

China rescues 178 children in trafficking bust

China Forced Abortion Opponent Chen Guangcheng Reported Alive

Andy Stern: “China’s Superior Economic Model” | WSJ.com

    Andy Stern at WSJ.com: Andy Grove, the founder and chairman of Intel, provocatively wrote in Businessweek last year that, “Our fundamental economic beliefs, which we have elevated from a conviction based on observation to an unquestioned truism, is that the free market is the best of all economic systems—the freer the better. Our generation has seen the decisive victory of free-market principles over planned economies. So we stick with this belief largely oblivious to emerging evidence that while free markets beat planned economies, there may be room for a modification that is even better.”


  • Posted: 12/02/2011
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  • Category: Global: Miscellaneous
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Zhai Meiqing at the forefront of Chinese philanthropy

Minister: China wants to invest in US roads, rails

China military condemns US-Australia military pact

China looking to snap up EU factories, railways

China ‘keen’ to invest in West’s infrastructure

WSJ Opinion Video: China’s Disappearing Dissidents

The GOP’s China syndrome

Tibet group video allegedly shows nun burning

Over 20 million kindergarten-age children living without their parents in China

35 Facts About The Gutting Of America’s Industrial Might That Should Make You Very Angry

Jim O’Neill: China could overtake US economy by 2027

Foreign holdings of US Treasury debt increase

Why more women in Beijing are delaying marriage

Canadian PM eyes China after US pipeline delay

Rep. Smith to make emergency trip to see Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng: may be dead already

It’s time to bring our cash home

China’s One-Child Policy Blasted in Congressional Hearing

Nepalese police detain more than 100 Tibetan exiles protesting against Chinese rule

AP: “World economy needs China to slow growth gradually”: China 9.5%, U.S. 1.3% annual growth

Campaign Launched to Support Forced Abortion Opponent Chen