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Lavish villas demolished as achievement in Party governance and anti-corruption

Over 2,000 lavish villas illegally built at the foot of Qinling Mountains The Qinling Mountain covers some of the largest remnants of densely forested land...

Chinese film star Fan Bingbing sues exiled billionaire tycoon over claims she slept with...

Chinese film star Fan Bingbing has sued fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui after he sensationally claimed she slept with the country's anti-corruption chief Wang Qishan. Wengui,...

Torture in secret prisons: The dark side of China’s anti-corruption crackdown

By James Griffiths The gray, concrete building looms over the street in central Beijing. Completely unmarked aside from a street number, its entrance is buttressed by...

Steve Bannon, cheering trade war, hopes for government to fall — in China

Spain — Forget Iran. The Venezuela crisis is for amateurs. When White House adviser in exile Steve Bannon embarks on regime change, he goes...

Fan Bingbing reappears in public for the first time in almost a year

Chinese superstar actress Fan Bingbing is back in the spotlight for the first time in almost a year, after she abruptly dropped out of...

Jiangsu may face huge environmental, fiscal burden in downsizing its chemical sector: analysts

East China's Jiangsu Province may face a huge environmental and fiscal burden as it pursues a campaign of drastically downsizing its chemical sector, following...

Miles Kwok talks about the corruption and scandals of former CCDI Secretary Wang Qishan

In recent days, never before, some giant financiers from the west - you must have known by their names- made secret appointments with me,...

Miles’ whistle blows: From “preserve life, protect wealth, avenge” to Seven Principles

When Miles Kwok made his first appearance at an interview with Dr. Chen Xiaoping of Mingjing media on January 26 of 2017, he looked...

Miles Kwok has promised to donate one billion US dollars more to the Rule...

Miles Kwok said yesterday in his whistle blow that he is committed to donating another one billion US dollars to the Rule of Law...

Know Miles Kwok, know China, know that world – part Eleven

In recent days, we started to learn about the Committee on the Present Danger: China, initiated by Steve Bannon and Frank Gaffney. The first...
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