Chinese Regime More Violent and Lawless Toward Rights Defenders

By Matthew Robertson
Epoch Times Staff
Created: March 9, 2012
Last Updated: March 13, 2012

Last year was the most repressive in over a decade for rights defenders in China, according to a recent report.

“It (more…)

China’s Real Estate Spirals Downward

By Gao Zitan
EpochTimes Staff
Created: March 8, 2012
Last Updated: March 9, 2012

China’s real estate (RE) market is in a downward spiral. A big drop of 30-50 percent this year is not impossible, according (more…)

Nuclear Testing in China’s Western Territory

Exclusive interview with a Chinese military veteran
By Xia Mozhu
Epoch Times Staff
Created: March 13, 2012
Last Updated: March 14, 2012

Lop Nor was once a 1.3 million acre lake in the Taklamakan desert of (more…)

West area tops illegal land deals

January 13th, 2012 | China Daily

China’s western regions have become the new hotbed for illegal land seizures in 2011, the country’s top land administrator said. A senior official of the Ministry of Land (more…)

The Dalai Lama’s ‘Deception’: Why a Seventeenth-Century Decree Matters to Beijing

Robert Barnett

The Dalai Lama’s recent announcement of his planned retirement was not well received by China’s Foreign Ministry, whose spokeswoman described it as an attempt “to deceive the international (more…)

China rail equipment

–potential new Ministry Of Railways tenders the first indication of recovery

China Securities Journal reported on 24 February 2012 that China‟s Ministry of Railways (MOR) will start a new round of tenders (more…)

Constitutionalizing Wukan: The Value of the Constitution Outside the Courtroom (China Brief)

By Keith Hand, 2/3/12

Starting last September, a protest in Wukan village made world headlines. After months of tension, thousands of villagers angry over the seizure of their land, inadequate compensation (more…)

Render unto Caesar

The party’s conservative wing finds religion—and dislikes it

Feb 11th 2012 | BEIJING | from the Economist

THERE was a time when Devon Chang had difficulty reconciling his two chosen faiths: Christianity, (more…)