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China’s ‘sissy pants phenomenon’: Beijing fears negative impact of ‘sickly culture’ on teenagers

Applying foundation, nose contouring and filling in eyebrows are standard practice for many women getting ready to head out. Key points: Xinhua says the portrayal...

Inside the ‘shadowy world’ of China’s fake science research black market

When the cancer research journal Tumor Biology retracted 107 papers last year, a dubious new world record was set — and the world's scientists...

China: Massive Crackdown in Muslim Region

The Chinese government is conducting a mass, systematic campaign of human rights violations against Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang in northwestern China. The 117-page report, “‘Eradicating Ideological Viruses’:...

Inside China’s capital punishment system of forced confessions and secret executions

China likes to present itself as an alternative model to lead the world in development and governance, but critics say its justice system still...

Chinese kindergarten welcomes kids with a pole dancer

The principal of a kindergarten in southern China has been sacked after welcoming students back to the first day of the new school year with pole dancing.

Chinese anger grows as ‘get rich quick’ investment schemes go bust

When Cao downloaded the Qiangqiantong app, he certainly never expected it could ruin his life. The 61-year-old grandfather retired from his factory job last year,...

Chinese police’s decision to not prosecute man who killed in self-defence wins online support

Police in Kunshan, East China's Jiangsu province, won applause on China's internet on Saturday for dismissing a controversial case about a man who fought...

China officials ‘faked water tests with bottled water’

China is sending investigators to Hunan province after local officials were accused of faking data at a water monitoring station, state media report. The officials...

Didi woman passenger killed amid China ride-hailing safety concerns

A ride-sharing passenger in the eastern Chinese city of Wenzhou was raped and killed by a driver for China’s largest ride-hailing firm, local police...

#MeToo in China: Buddhist monk resigns, TV star sues as movement makes a comeback

A high-ranking Buddhist monk, a famous television presenter and the head of an NGO are some of the latest men to be publicly accused...
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China’s still building detention camps in Xinjiang — and they’re getting even bigger

China appears to be expanding its network of secret detention facilities for Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, despite official claims that all detainees have been released from the camps.

China forces 500,000 Tibetans into labour camps

China is pushing hundreds of thousands of Tibetans into forced labour camps, mirroring a program in the western Xinjiang region, as the International Olympic Committee is urged to strip Beijing of the Winter Olympics.

Disgrace! ‘Mulan’ Has a Message: Serve China and Forget About the Uighurs

The film was put together by a team of Western scriptwriters who seem to have done very little homework, resulting in a jumbled mess whose absorption of China’s nationalist myths is largely unconscious.

Trump administration weighs accusing China of ‘genocide’ over Uighurs

The United States is weighing formally labeling China’s brutal repression of ethnic Muslim minority Uighurs a “genocide,” two Trump administration officials said.