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China has put Zhou Yongkang, one of the most powerful politicians of the last decade, under virtual house arrest while the ruling Communist Party investigates accusations of corruption against him, several sources said on Wednesday.
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A Chinese university has fired a professor for failing to admit wrongdoing in posting an article criticizing President Xi Jinping, the academic said on Wednesday, underscoring questions about academic freedoms for foreign colleges setting up shop in China.
Some 80,000 had been expected, but the venue was two-thirds full as the ceremony got underway in rain that had been falling since the early morning.
The Straits Times, one of Southeast Asia's largest circulated English newspapers, has named the leaders of China and Japan as the most prominent Asians of 2013.
A year after Xi Jinping took the reins of the Chinese Communist Party, the path that he is setting for the country is coming into view.
The hand of an aggressive China extends all the way from the Korean peninsula to the South China Sea and around to the Indian Ocean The great drama of the ouster of the regent behind the throne of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un appears as another manifestation of China's grand design.
Chang Ping says Beijing's authoritarian power is such that more and more international media wishing to work in China will begin to watch what they say and write, with truth the biggest casualty A Western media company recently commissioned me to write an article but suggested that I do so under a different name.
Monarchs, world leaders and pop royalty are so eager to attend Nelson Mandela's memorial service today that South Africa is holding it in a 95,000-seat stadium.
Is Chinese President Xi Jinping making the same mistake as did Imperial Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II almost exactly a century ago? Be worried, but don't yet despair.
No sooner did the nuclear threat from Iran recede, thanks to a breakthrough interim nuclear agreement, than American B-52 bombers were flying into restricted air space newly claimed by China.
Although British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Chinese president Xi Jinping an autographed shirt of the England football team at the start of his visit, what some Chinese really want are the embroidered robes, sculptures and other treasures that the British looted from China some 150 years ago.
Chinese authorities have been withholding residence visas for reporters working for The New York Times and Bloomberg in what appears to be retaliation for the agencies' investigations into wealth accumulated by leaders' families.
China has banned shark fin soup and bird's nest soup from official banquets, a move that's meant to cut back on extravagances in government spending but that could have significant environmental benefits.
For the seventh day this month, Shanghai officials have warned children and the elderly to stay inside in a city where 24 hours exposed to the off-the-charts pollution would have hazardous consequences to one's health.
President Xi Jinping led China's tributes to Nelson Mandela on Friday, praising his "historic contribution" to South Africa and the world.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani met with Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on bilateral ties and the Iranian nuclear issue here on Sunday.