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China observed Martyr’s Day across the country to commemorate the memory of its deceased national heroes.

Chinese People Celebrate Martyr’s Day Across the Country

Chinese people observed Martyr's Day across the country to commemorate the memory of deceased national heroes.

North Korea's Moranbong Band To Visit and Provide ‘Friendship Performances’ in China

North Korea's Moranbong Band to Visit and Provide ‘Friendship Performances’ in China

North Korea's Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un hopes to enhance relations and to redeem the alliance with China by sending his self-picked female band Moranbong to China.

Chinese Artist Turn China's Smog Into Bricks

Find Out How This Chinese Artist Turns Smog Into Bricks [VIDEO]

A Chinese artist from Shenzhen has found a unique way to confront the somg crisis confronting the country.

China Releases Human Rights Report on US

China Issues Report on Human Rights Violation by the United States

China's State Council Information Office on Friday issued a list of human rights violations committed by the United States government. The annual report is intended to counter US allegations of human rights abuses in China.

Hongkong Rally

Hongkong Citizens Assemble at Victoria Park to Mark 26th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre

More than a hundred thousand Hongkong citizens gathered at Victoria park to mark the 25th anniversary of the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.

Chinese People Remember Leader Zhao Ziyang On His 10th Death Anniversary

Former Chinese Leader Zhao Ziyang Remembered on 10th Death Anniversary

More than a hundred people gathered to commemorate the 10th death anniversary of China's former Communist Party leader Zhao Ziyang on Saturday despite strict police surveillance that accompanied the remembrance.


All Aboard Beijing's Vintage Buses

Twelve vintage buses in Beijing started Sunday servicing passengers who wish to take a route on memory lane.

Pro democracy rallies hit Hong Kong

Instagram Blocked in China Amid Protests for Democracy

China is censoring reports of the worsening pro-democracy crisis reported by mass media.


China Executes Eight Xinjiang Terrorists

China executed eight people convicted terrorism believed to be from the Xinjiang region, Xinhua News Agency reported.

A woman rides a tricycle past a giant poster of late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in Beijing.

China CCTV begins airing 48-part series about former leader Deng Xiaoping

A super-sized 48-part TV documentary about former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping now is running on China Central Television, CCTV. The series discusses the diminutive leader who began systemic reforms now reverberating across China in great length to say the least.

Three Sentenced To Death for Tiananmen Square Gate Attack

Three people linked to the deadly attack in Tiananmen Square last October that resulted in the deaths of two innocent bystanders were sentenced to death on Monday.

Pu Zhiqiang

Police Arrest Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Pu Zhiqiang

Police have arrested prominent Chinese human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang in Beijing as part of the ruling Communist Party’s mission to punish those who criticize the government.

Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama Urges China To Embrace Democracy Following Tiananmen Square's 25th Anniversary

Spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has urged China to embrace mainstream democracy as a part of his prayers during the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square's crackdown.

Beijing Tightens Tiananmen Square Security

Beijing tightened security in and around Tiananmen Square leading up to the 25th anniversary of the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.

Terrorist Attack

Xinjiang Police Fights Terrorism And Violence By Paying For Surrendered Weapons

Residents of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region are being offered cash incentives in exchange for surrendering their weapons.

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