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China: Bo Xilai doomed for his Role in Wang Lijun’s and Gu Kailai’s cases


At 8.56pm on Thursday, Xinhua’s english.news.cn gave a detailed account of Wang Lijun’s case, which revealed Bo Xilai’s role in Gu Kailai and Wang Lijun’s cases Xinhua said: “Relevant testimonies from witnesses showed that on Jan. 28, Wang Lijun reported to the then leading official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Chongqing Committee that … Continue reading

China needs less stone lifting and more communication with Japan


The current increase in anti-Japanese fervour in China is a worrying trend. Neither Japan nor China is free and clear in the escalation of tensions, with hawks from both sides seeking to take advantage of the situation for their own political needs. With the attack on the Japanese Ambassadors official vehicle yesterday, the tone of … Continue reading

American Chinese tycoon arrested for organised crime in China


In my post “Officials rounded up in campaign against economic crimes” yesterday, I mentioned the Ming Pao report on Guangdong’s “three strikes and two constructions” campaign, operating since the beginning of this year. “Three strikes” are striking the malpractices of domination of the market, manufacture and sale of fakes, and commercial bribes. Provincial Party boss Wang … Continue reading

Bo Xilai purged Wang Yang’s followers in Chongqing


Ming Pao reporter Mai Jun reports from Chongqing that on June 18 the reporter visited Chongqing, before the opening of Chongqing Party Congress today, to collect missed details of the political storm of Bo Xilai’s downfall. His findings will be provided to readers in a series of reports beginning from today. Power struggle between Bo … Continue reading

Hasty cremation of activist’s body by Chinese authorities ‘without consent’


Hong Hong’s Ming Pao reports that in the incident of the bizarre death of democracy activist Li Wangyang in Shaoyang, Hunan Province, the authorities conducted an autopsy in haste without his relatives’ consent, and cremated his body yesterday morning. Li’s friends condemned the authorities for destroying evidence in doing so. Li’s relatives and the democracy … Continue reading

China struggles as illegal foreigners increase


The following article was translated and edited from an article that appeared on the China Huanqiu news website. It remarks on the first several days of the recently announced 100-day crackdown on illegal foreigners, specifically those falling under the much-publicised “three illegal” category, referring to illegal entry, illegal residence, and illegal employment. The article emphasises … Continue reading

Chinese police rescue 31 abducted children in Yunnan


According to Singtao Daily and Yunnan’s website yunnan.cn, police in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province, recently busted an extraordinary large child-trafficking ring, rescued 31 abducted children and captured 76 suspects. It took the police more than 190 days to crack the case, after travelling over 60,000 kilometres to and from 7 provinces and 10 … Continue reading

China state television host calls to “clean out foreign trash”


Following recent high-profile examples of foreigners behaving badly in China, last week saw a spike of anti-foreigner sentiment that culminated in the announcement of a hundred day Beijing police crackdown on illegal immigration. Among the commentators who applauded the crackdown was Yang Rui, a television host on China’s state-run English-language TV network, CCTV-9. On his … Continue reading

Beijing in drive on illegal foreigners


Beijing has launched a 100-day crackdown targeting foreigners who have entered the country illegally, stayed longer than allowed or who are working in the capital illegally. The crackdown by the Public Security Bureau, which will run from today to the end of August, makes Beijing the second mainland jurisdiction to clamp down on foreigners, after … Continue reading

Chongqing torturers now the hunted, ex-lawyer says


Chongqing authorities plan to punish law enforcers linked to the use of torture to extract confessions during a sweeping triad crackdown initiated by former municipal Communist Party secretary Bo Xilai , according to former lawyer Li Zhuang . “Relevant departments have urged Chongqing police officers who were involved in the extortion of evidence to report … Continue reading

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