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‘Unanswered questions’ over judge-turned-whistleblower who admitted losing documents for major trial results in lowest approval rating in three years.
Ren Zhengfei says US case against his daughter Meng Wanzhou should not damage his company’s relationship with Canada.
China must be ‘prepared to fight tough battles’ this year, the nation’s largest political advisory body is told on the final day of ‘two sessions’.
Some of China’s signature policies are labelled problematic and a waste of money by delegates, while Li Keqiang’s report is questioned, with foreign policy a particular focus of debate.
Camps in far western region where more than 1 million Muslims are said to be held for political re-education have drawn international condemnation.
Once a call to return home to thousands of Chinese overseas, scheme is overshadowed by mistrust as conflicts over tariffs and politics poison well of goodwill and opportunity.
Premier Li Keqiang tells National People’s Congress on Tuesday that China will aim to achieve an economic growth this year that falls in a range of 6.0 to 6.5 per cent.
Accusations come just two days after Canada decided to proceed with an extradition hearing for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Once on the rise, China has gone from strength to struggle in the past year – challenges that could mean a shift in policy at the annual gathering of the National People’s Congress.
They are accused of creating profiles for young women sex workers to dupe ‘clients’ from across China, asking them to pay money before they could meet.
The owner of the centre where Li Ao died in 2017 after being physically abused was sentenced to 16 years in prison, which the victim’s mother says is too lenient.
Investigation into missing Supreme Court documents finds judge who exposed their disappearance to blame.
Shrouded in flag of the party, one of its most vocal opponents makes last journey at Babaoshan in a stage-managed and censored ceremony his daughter chose to spurn.
As a lone dissenting voice among China’s ruling elite, Li spoke out against Xi Jinping and the cult of personality.
Legislative changes will be considered at next month’s National People’s Congress to strengthen criminal code to protect People’s Liberation Army from negative chatter online.
Academic community bids farewell to British professor with a pragmatic and profound understanding of China’s past and present ties to the rest of the world.
President invokes Karl Marx and the ancients as the public demands answers to widespread pollution.
Qi Yu is parachuted in from the party’s personnel wing as President Xi Jinping continues to shake up his foreign affairs team.
‘Authorities are guilty, not Wang Quanzhang,’ says wife Li Wenzu as he is sentenced for subversion, after December’s trial behind closed doors that was condemned by lawyers and rights groups.
Week after president’s trip to north China’s Hebei province, Xinhua publishes 13,000-word document extolling virtues of ambitious development project.
Citizens sleep longer and take more time to eat and work out, but spend less time in front of the television while Beijing tries to rally consumers in trade war with US.
Top official tells cadres to arm the country for a tough fight against external uncertainty.
It is the fourth time the Navy has publicly admitted to sending surface combatants through the strait since the US restarted the practice last summer. The move is likely to draw Beijing’s ire.
Former Chinese diplomat, 53, in residential detention in Beijing, Canberra says.
Chinese president tells officials summoned to Beijing for Communist Party study session they must not let their guard down and should be aware of potential turbulence ahead.
Former deputy party boss of Hebei’s link to corruption case is revealed in court document released online, but it doesn’t say if he is under investigation or accused of any wrongdoing.
Hu Deping, son of late party general secretary Hu Yaobang, says country must stick to path of reform right to the end.
Under pressure from slowing economy, big-ticket commitments and dwindling income, city will cut spending by at least 5 per cent this year.
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