William Zheng
William Zheng
Hong Kong
@zhengwei75
Senior Correspondent, China
William Zheng is a veteran journalist who has served and led major Hong Kong and Singaporean media organisations in his 20-year career, covering greater China. He is now a senior correspondent on the China desk at the Post.

Li Chunsheng – who is perhaps best known in the province for leading a high-profile raid on China’s ‘meth village’ – turned himself in to authorities, according to anti-graft watchdog.

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China’s local-level zero-Covid enforcers in white hazmat suits are the first targets when things go wrong, which is the way the system is designed, analyst says.

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Beijing wants 90 per cent of those aged 80 and above to get first jab by late January, tackling a major barrier to reopening and reviving the economy, sources say.

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Mainland Chinese official source notes National People’s Congress Standing Committee has power to interpret law beyond what is requested as trial of media tycoon Jimmy Lai approaches.

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Liu Yanping has been accused of disloyalty to Xi Jinping and belonging to a ‘political clique’ led by jailed former security vice-minister Sun Lijun.

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Both a report card and an action plan, the party Central Committee’s work report is the product of almost a year of laborious efforts to forge consensus and collect opinions.

Former deputy security minister accused of disloyalty to Xi Jinping given suspended death sentence in the same week other members of his faction were sentenced.

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An updated code for promotions and demotions gives China’s president a ‘potent tool’ to remove disloyal, incompetent people from the party, experts say.

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