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· November, 2012

Stories about China from November, 2012

China's Most Expensive Business School

China: Five Street Children Suffocated to Death in Dumpster

Chinese Consumers Break Online Sales Record on Bachelors’ Day

November 11 is Bachelor's Day in mainland China. How do people celebrate this special day? Apparently by spending money online - this year in a record breaking manner.

Even Under New Leadership, China Looks Bleakly to the Next Decade

The week-long 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China finally came to an end on November 14, 2012. A new generation of leaders, headed by Xi Jinping and...

Anti-Falun Gong Campaign in Hong Kong

Chinese Intellectuals’ Silence Amid Tibetan Self-Immolations

Hungary: Why Do We Have To Pay Attention To China?

Chinese Dissident Hu Jia Complained about 18th Party Congress

Freedamn is Just Another Word With Chinese Characteristics

A list of “English terms” has been circulating in Chinese social media in the past few days. The intentional mis-spelling of the English terms are used as satires to describe...

Political Reform in China: Neither old way nor odd way

A blogger's lament over the 18th Party Congress in China

If there were Elections in China…

Instructions on the18th Party Congress in China

China: China observers’ Twitter Accounts Hacked

Mending Japan and China Relations

Following anti-Japan protests in China, official ties between Japan and China are still at an impasse as of late October. While both governments are struggling to improve relations, some success...

Senkaku Dispute Widens Gulf Between Japan and China

Ever since the Japanese government purchased and nationalized three of the disputed Senkaku Islands a year ago, there have been widespread anti-Japan demonstrations in China. Among the hundreds of thousands...

Central Asia's Spectacular Lakes

China: Intellectuals Debate Politics of Nobel Prize in Literature

Chinese writer Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in Literature with the Chinese government's blessing. The achievement has stirred debate among Chinese intellectuals, with some believing that literature should be...

Nasty China Style Hits One Million

Chinese Political Joke on Beijing Weather

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