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'Those who do not declare their fever are enemies,' proclaims a banner on a building in Yunmeng
From high-profile activists to journalists and lawmakers, about 200 people seen as supporting Hong Kong's protest movement have been 'doxxed' – had their personal details posted online – by the site HK Leaks
The anniversary is meant to showcase China's extraordinary rise from the ravages of war and famine to a modern, powerful nation state whose economic and military muscle is viewed by many with increasing concern
Chinese President Xi Jinping leads a ceremony at Beijing's imposing Great Hall of the People to mark the anniversary of the launch of 'reform and opening up'
In addition to his prison term, Sun Zhengcai's 'stolen property has already all been confiscated'
(UPDATED) Song Tao, head of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee's international department, meets with Kim Jong-Un in Pyongyang
May 16 marks half a century since the 1966 declaration of the movement But the People s Daily mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party carried no articles about the anniversary
UPDATED At least 8 current or former members of the Politburo Standing Committee are implicated in the leaked documents
Ling Jihua s son died in a Ferrari car crash in Beijing in 2012 raising questions on how the son of a party official could afford the 800 000 car
A petition to the Supreme Court: stop charging for renewable energy Pope Francis asks Christians to practice “tenderness A Chinese city bans Christmas
UPDATED China s president Xi Jinping calls for a crackdown following a stabbing incident and explosion at a railway station in Xinjiang
People rallied in Hong Kong to call for universal suffrage as the city grapples with how its future leaders will be chosen under a long awaited political reform
In the days since Mandela s death Chinese state print and broadcast media have run reports highlighting the late South African leader s praise of Mao
China s Community Party leader Xi Jinping will make the so called reform trip to Shenzhen
Chinese politician Bo Xilai will be punished for a litany of crimes