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· July, 2013

Stories about China from July, 2013

Outcry Over Hush-Hush Nuclear Plans in Southern China

A complex of nuclear fuel facilities has been quietly planned in Heshan in China's southern Guangdong province, unleashing a wave of anger among Web users over the hush-hush nature of...

Is WeChat the Next Sina Weibo in China?

There’s a battle brewing in Chinese social media between text and voicemail service WeChat and microblogging website Sina Weibo.

VIDEO: ‘Beijing State of Mind’

China: Rural Identity, Urban Heart

INFOGRAPHIC: China's ‘Losers’ to Consumers

Egypt's Failings Become China's Propaganda

China’s Post-90s Migrant Workers

China: Statue Built and Removed

Hong Kong's Burnt Offerings

Chinese Social Media Users are Rumor-Happy, Low-Educated, Report Says

A new report from the state-run Chinese Academy of Social Sciences that labels social media in China as a rumor mill and social media users in China as having low...

China Orders Grown Children to Visit Their Parents

China has put into effect a new law this week requiring grown children to visit their parents “frequently”, triggering ridicule on China's most popular microblogging website Sina Weibo among users.

Breast Milk Popular Among China's Rich

“Chinese-Style Justice”

We're Uyghurs. We're not terrorists.

Hong Kong's July 1 Rally in Photos, Videos

China's New Petition Website Crashes on First Day

China's new petition website crashed on the first day of its launch, sparking mockery and criticism from online users.

Riots Spark Ethnic Policy Debate in China

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