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  1. News - China - COURTS

    Chinese man accused of adultery clears his name after 50 years

    Posted Mar 06th 2013, 06:41pm by Ernest Kao

    ... successful brother and sister Wang's daughter Wang, then 27, was like many people at the time a  member of the Communist Party. He was accused of adultery and fathering a child ... Yanfang”, gave birth to a son. While in prison, Wang was stripped of his party membership and government job. After his release in 1965, just one year before the Cultural Revolution, Wang began several ...

  2. Silence is not golden for noble Tsang brothers

    Posted Oct 24th 2008, 12:00am by Stephen Vines

    ... They rallied to the cause of the Chinese Communist Party when, unlike today, it was far from being a passage to advancement in Hong Kong. Tsang Tak-sing knows this full well because when he ... of the old Special Branch. The office-seeking opportunists who have since fallen in love with the Chinese Communist Party never suffered in this way but seamlessly moved from shameless toadying ...

  3. One big party for Sun worshippers

    Posted Dec 05th 2010, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... economy. When mainlanders come and see it, many do not want to go back. 'Sun founded the Kuomintang before the Communist Party was set up. We are the rightful heirs of the revolution ... gap in Taiwan is large and getting larger. This is a corrupt country, with links between politics and business. Democracy has not brought prosperity to Taiwan. When the Communist Party ...

  4. Pressure builds to dump anti-communist law

    Posted May 12th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Khang Hyun-sung in Seoul South Korean civic organisations have stepped up their long-running campaign for the abolition of the country's anti-communist National Security Law. ... tomorrow to harness political support for their cause. Enacted in 1948, the law was designed to protect the South from the threat posed by communist North Korea. It forbids unauthorised contact ...

  5. A moral message for the party

    Posted Feb 27th 2011, 12:00am by Oliver Chou

    ... worker in a detention centre in Guangzhou. In 2004, he was detained for almost six months and stripped of the chief editorship at Southern Metropolis Daily and his Communist Party membership. ... like lambs and piglets. China would then be a zoo.' Regardless of his critical views on the Communist Party, Cheng nevertheless believes the only way out for China is reform from within. ...

  6. Democrats are patriots, says 1967 riots activist

    Posted Feb 24th 2004, 12:00am by Gary Cheung

    ... the national security bill and calling for democratisation on the mainland are unpatriotic. 'A person who loves our country does not have to love the Chinese government, let alone the ruling Chinese Communist Party,' the 84-year-old said. Some pro-Beijing figures had mixed up the concepts of country, party and government in the patriotism debate, he said. Mr Chak was a general ...

  7. Siding with the rule of law

    Posted Aug 19th 2010, 12:00am by Jerome Cohen

    ... of a constructive critic, pointing out problems that require attention and suggesting possible improvements. Regarding mainland China, I am neither pro- nor anti-communist but seek improvements in the government that exists. On Taiwan, I am neither 'green' (pro-Democratic Progressive Party) nor 'blue' (pro-Kuomintang) but am a supporter of the island's remarkable ...

  8. Transparent regulation is key to controlling growth

    Posted Jul 15th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to allow entrepreneurs to join the Communist party, the importance of combating corruption cannot be exaggerated. However, jailing offenders is only one way of tackling it. More constructive would ... clearer that this is not always the case. Yang, a Chinese-Dutch orchid farmer and property dealer, was ranked by Forbes magazine in 2001 as the second wealthiest man in China, with assets ...

  9. Party leaders warn of grave challenges ahead in graft fight

    Posted Dec 27th 2008, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Raymond Li The Communist Party Politburo has warned of the grave challenge facing the mainland in the fight against corruption. At a meeting yesterday, chaired by President Hu Jintao, ... corruption has been rife on the mainland for much of the 30 years since it embraced the market economy. The Communist Party has long regarded corruption as its biggest enemy- one that risks ...

  10. Party faces decision on graft

    Posted Sep 15th 2009, 12:00am by Cary Huang

    ... Cary Huang in Beijing When Communist Party leaders meet in Beijing today, the nation will be watching to see whether they approve a new regulation that requires cadres to make public their family assets. The fourth plenum of the Communist Party's 17th Central Committee, which lasts until Friday, is also expected to discuss long-promised plans to increase internal democracy ...




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