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  1. Furore as sex party professor stands trial

    Posted Apr 08th 2010, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... 'I think if we continue to keep silent, people might eventually have their eyes gouged for taking a peek at beautiful girls on the street,' Li said. She said that the chances of orgy organisers being punished were very rare in many other countries, and group sex in a private place could be seen as, at most, a threat to social customs, but not a crime. China University ...

  2. Top news of 2003 through students' eyes

    Posted Dec 31st 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... dominates front pages and headlines. Any suspected case, even overseas, sends chills down people's spines. However, on the positive side, people have become more conscious about hygiene. ... of China's first astronaut Yang Liwei and ranked it second. Colonel Yang's successful space trip and his tour of Hong Kong were given the third and fourth place in the teenagers' top-10 ...

  3. 2013 THEM AND US

    Posted Feb 07th 2010, 12:00am by Paul Moon, Paul Mooney

    ... Paul Mooney It's the year 2013 and China is stronger and richer than ever before, while the rest of the world is still reeling from a huge economic tsunami that struck a year earlier. ... opposition and is patting itself on the back for not following the path of the West. Capitalism with Chinese characteristics is thriving and foreigners who once lambasted China over human rights ...

  4. Increasingly daring mainland press challenges China's Enrons

    Posted Mar 26th 2005, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... in the United States. It was another scoop for the bi-weekly Caijing, which described in painstaking detail the charges against former China Construction Bank (CCB) chairman Zhang Enzhao. The report ... to flee the country. Caijing is the benchmark of China's fast-growing and increasingly daring business press. It is the most popular, followed by the weekly Economic Observer ...

  5. Even a fool has right to speak

    Posted Dec 24th 2010, 12:00am by Stephen Vines

    ... not, but last week Chan was found guilty of placing a rather foolish posting on a website forum discussing political reform. This little-publicised case raises alarming questions about freedom ... as opposed to enforcing it. Maybe the magistrate imagined she was doing a great job of modernising a law that came into force when the internet was not even a glimmer in anybody's eye. Moreover, ...

  6. The dangers of tit for tat

    Posted Sep 30th 2010, 12:00am by Andy Yee

    ... suspend high-level bilateral official exchanges, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshito Sengoku said that the case was a legal matter, and Japan would try to convince China to understand how Japan's ... In 2004, seven members of the China Federation for Defending the Diaoyu Islands landed on Uotsuri, one of Diaoyu islands. Japan deported them after only two days of detention. In contrast, ...

  7. Review sought for insider tribunal

    Posted May 22nd 2008, 12:00am by Nick Gentle

    ... asked the High Court to review the constitutionality of the tribunal. The China Overseas Land investigation is only the second case to reach a substantive hearing of the tribunal. Two challenges ... Nick Gentle The Market Misconduct Tribunal is operating outside the confines of the Basic Law and as such cannot hear cases against people accused of insider dealing, a judicial review ...

  8. Not so appealing

    Posted Feb 02nd 2011, 12:00am by Frank Ching

    ... was published in Hong Kong since it couldn't be published on the mainland. Titled China's Best Actor: Wen Jiabao, it accused him of putting on a show when actually he and President Hu Jintao ... jails' and, sometimes, incarcerating them in psychiatric institutions. And the central government turns a blind eye to such activities. By meeting petitioners, Wen has no doubt encouraged ...

  9. Corruption trial hears of vast wealth, bribe claims

    Posted Feb 06th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... yuan in 1992 when he took over as deputy police chief to nearly 31 million last year, China News Service reported yesterday. But Wen claimed a large part of his savings had come from performance-related bonuses for successful crackdowns in many high-profile triad cases over the years. The prosecution accused Wen of spending 120,000 yuan on prostitution while deputy police chief. The news ...

  10. Lai See

    Posted Jan 01st 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... shortening the blackout period for directors' dealing in their own shares, the watchdog secured its first convictions for insider trading (including a case against former Morgan Stanley managing ... spin-off of Sands China, one of Hong Kong's biggest stock market listings of the year. ZHAO DANYANG Uncontested for the title: 'Day Trader of the Year'. The savvy investor showed ...




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