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Prelude to Conflict: Asia, March 9


EDITORIAL – China and the West want China and the West to know that they are in a prelude to war. Here are a few reasons why from recently… China Fields New Intermediate-Range Nuclear Missile Russia And China ‘In Agreement’ Over Ukraine Up to 1,000 illegal Chinese in Taiwan: immigration Audaciously shouldering Taiwan’s national defense … Continue reading

Chinese spies attending US universities, says expelled Peking University professor


A prominent Beijing scholar who recently fled to the United States has warned that China was sending “spies” to American universities, and urged US institutions to tread carefully on academic co-operation. Xia Yeliang is one of the original signatories of Charter 08, a petition for reform whose Nobel Prize-winning lead author Liu Xiaobo is in … Continue reading

China’s 21 “Most Wanted” following Tiananmen Square Massacre


On June 13 1989, a Tuesday, the Beijing Public Security Bureau issued a list of 21 leaders of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests who were being sought for arrest, as reported by the New York Times on the following day: The 21 students whose mug shots and biographical details were shown on television included the … Continue reading

China faces social, financial risks in urbanisation push


China‘s urbanisation drive could fuel social unrest over land disputes and pose financial risks if money is thrown around recklessly, a senior communist party official and a leading economist said on Thursday. Shifting people from the countryside to cities is a policy priority for China’s new leaders as they seek to sustain economic growth that … Continue reading

The way forward for China’s economy


China and Europe must end their business-as-usual stance this year and get their houses in order for a better future, said experts at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies’ regional outlook forum 2013 in Singapore. While China had, last year, averted an expected hard landing due to its slowing economy, China expert Shen Jianguang said it … Continue reading

China’s bloggers must use real names under proposed law


New legislation governing the internet, which officials claim is aimed at combating online vigilantes and privacy breaches, is proving controversial on the mainland because it will require bloggers and bulletin board users to register using their real names. Many internet users say it is an attempt to further curb freedom of speech and have expressed … Continue reading

Chinese state secrets revealed: Details of leaders’ families


China’s top two leaders have revealed photographs and details of their families, breaking a long-held taboo where such information is considered a state secret. In a surprise move, clearly for boosting their public support, the official Xinhua news agency released previously unpublished photographs of Communist Party chief Xi Jinping and incoming premier Li Keqiang late … Continue reading

New China edict: No more pomp and circumstance


For many years top Chinese politicians have lived a bit like rock stars, without the paparazzi. Never mind that few of the political elite have swagger like Jagger, China’s leaders have long enjoyed walking red carpets, waving before enthusiastic (if preorganized) crowds, traveling with large entourages, and speaking from stages adorned with crimson banners and … Continue reading

China: Party leaders pay lip service to tackling corruption


Hu Jintao’s warning on corruption may have sounded stern, but seems hollow given it has been trotted out myriad times by previous top party officials. The warning by Communist Party general secretary Hu Jintao on Thursday that the party’s failure to tackle graft could result in the “fall of the state and party” may have … Continue reading

From lawyer to leader, Li Keqiang will be China’s best-educated leader yet


SCMP’s Cary Huang reports from Beijing: “The next premier is likely to be the best educated since the founding of the People’s Republic of China, with Vice-Premier Li Keqiang, who holds postgraduate degrees in law and economics from prestigious Peking University, due to succeed Premier Wen Jiabao in March. “At university, Li studied the ideas … Continue reading

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