Jiang Zemin death rumours spark China web crackdown

Campaign Lobbies China for Forced Abortion Opponent Chen Guangcheng

Liu Junning: The Ancient Roots of Chinese Liberalism

    Liu Junning at WSJ.com: China has indeed made great strides since 1978′s “Reform and Opening” in alleviating poverty, opening up to the world, and making slow steps down the road of legal reform. Yet on closer inspection, the most significant transformations from the perspective of boosting prosperity have involved loosening of control over the people, not some alchemy of power and Marxism.

  • Posted: 07/06/2011
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  • Category: Global: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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Hong Kong faithful rally for religious freedom in China

China: episcopal ordination postponed, bishop-elect arrested

China reports local governments owe $1.6 trillion

Enter the dragon ‘to save the euro’

China: Directors lash film censorship

The Chinese Awakening

Sex selection and the rise of Generation XY: Western and UN complicity in the developing world

Wife of China Activist Against Forced Abortions Details Torture

The global order fractures as American power declines

Hong Kong: Beijing wants socialist patriotism taught to Hong Kong students

Catholic opposition forced China to halt illicit ordination

China ratings house says US defaulting: report

China rejects UN panel pressure on Tibetan monks

Dollar Index at 1-Month Low as China Warns on US Assets

U.S. State Department: Message on the Twenty-Second Anniversary of Tiananmen Square

China to name bishop without pope approval

Dalai Lama Gives Up Secular Powers, Thwarting Alleged Chinese Plans

EU draft U.N. resolution on Syria could hurt stability: China

China’s response to latest unrest follows pattern

You Are Funding Forced Abortions in China

‘Illegal Children’ Abducted by Chinese Authorities and Trafficked Abroad

China Praises Visiting Leader of North Korea for “Improving People’s Lives”

In China, a long path of writing the Communist Party’s history

“Illegal” Babies Abducted by Chinese Population Control Officials

China says respects religious freedom after pope laments pressure

China: “A Serious Crisis Between State and Church That Is Still Unfolding”

EU president calls for level field with China

GM sponsors and celebrates soon to be released Chi-Com propaganda film

AP: “Government-Christian tensions highlighted in China”

China defends detention of artist Ai Weiwei

FRC to Host Panel, Live Webcast on the Role of Christianity In China’s Economic Success

Chinese Christians Defend Persecuted Underground Church

China arrests 40 suspected child traffickers

How Chinese companies steal a critical business advantage

Chinese children “confiscated” and sold for adoption

US to spend $30m fighting internet censorship

Reuters: “China signals greater tact on rights disputes with U.S.”

US. China make significant progress in talks

Korean Bible instructor held following China raid

Chinese House Churches Petition for Religious Freedom

Report: Clinton slams China’s rights record

China blocks outspoken author’s Australia trip

Demography and Destiny: India to surpass China

Norway feels sting of China’s Nobel anger

Add This To Your List Of China Growth Trends: Divorce

China: Whistleblower accuses doctor of selling baby after failed abortion

China tightens internet censorship controls

US urges China to lift restrictions on investment

Friend says Chinese civil rights lawyer resurfaces

China says US report on religious policy biased

4th week: China arrests 30 church members

Fears in China as another human rights lawyer disappears

USCIRF Identifies World’s Worst Religious Freedom Violators: Egypt Cited for First Time

Tibetan leader seeks release of 400 monks in China

Rasmussen: 76% See China as Bigger Economic Threat Than Military One

11th Circuit: US Asylum Ruling Belittles China’s Brutal One-Child Policy

After Talks, U.S. Sees ‘Backsliding’ of Freedoms in China

Women’s world surfing champion boycotts China over forced abortions

US envoy says rights talks with China yield little

China’s industry plan could strengthen state firms

President pledges to keep China’s birth rate low

Chinese policies hurting US businesses

China’s Easter offensive against the churches

China warns against “interference” ahead of U.S. rights talks

Heritage Foundation: Is the Age of America Coming to An End?

China should cap forex reserves at 1.3 trillion U.S. dollars: China banker

IMF bombshell: Age of America nears end

    For the first time, the international organization has set a date for the moment when the “Age of America” will end and the U.S. economy will be overtaken by that of China. And it’s a lot closer than you may think.According to the latest IMF official forecasts, China’s economy will surpass that of America in real terms in 2016 — just five years from now.

  • Posted: 04/25/2011
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.marketwatch.com

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Caesar in Bejing: The Communist crackdown now includes Christian churches.

China Speeds Yuan Push

China rights lawyer resurfaces amid crackdown

Vatican honoring Chinese Catholic layman