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· December, 2013

Stories about China from December, 2013

China: Online Annihilation of Dissent

China: Hot Mom Contest

China: Soft Landing Foreign Policy

China and North Korea: The Inevitable Fate of Jang Song Thaek Under Dictatorship

"The only rule of dictatorship is no rule." Many Chinese netizens believe the purge of Jang Song Thaek in North Korea a wake-up call for China's political reform.

Official Chinese Patriotism: Without Motherland, You Are Nothing!

A widely circulated post "Without the motherland, you are nothing" has gone viral on the Chinese Internet since November, sparking heated discussions over the meaning of patriotism.

The Inside Story of China's CCTV Journalist

China's 2014 Holiday Schedule Triggers Complaints

China: 100-year-old Buddhist Temple Was Force-Demolished

Mandela and Mao, Not Much in Common

Five Surprising Benefits of Smog in China

Political Cartoon on Underground Poor in Beijing

Infographics on China CCTV's News Simulcast

Chinese Web Giants Alibaba, Baidu Launch Online Investment Funds for the Everyman

China's Internet powerhouses have successfully entered the online finance and investment business scene, challenging state-owned banks' monopoly.

PHOTOS: Heavy Smog Chokes China

"Government should take the biggest responsibility for the environmental disaster caused by air pollution in China."

Interview With Chinese Political Cartoonist

Outrage Over Famous Chinese Director Zhang Yimou's Extra Kids Privilege

Famous Chinese film director Zhang Yimou has become a new target of public attack against the privileges who breach the law to have extra kids.

China Downplays English-Language Education With Series of Reforms

"How many Chinese have been hurt by the English education? It should have been abolished long ago."

Chairman Mao Is Greater Than Nelson Mandela, Chinese Leftists Say

"I don't understand why India's Gandhi and South Africa's Mandela receive so much praise. Of course they were great, that's all. But Chairman Mao surpassed them all."

Lonely Chinese Men Are Looking to Vietnam for Love

Vietnam, where Chinese bachelors can find "true love", or more specifically, where they can "search for brides who won't demand apartments or private vehicles as a precondition for marriage."

French Strategical Report to Counter China's Economic Influence in Africa

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