Fight against riots in Xinjiang

Social transformation, reform and opening-up bring all kinds of problems, and we must face them. But the terrorism and violence in Xinjiang are probably not China's most serious challenge. We have adequate resources to eliminate them.
Source: | 2013/6/30 18:41:54

Tiananmen car crash deemed terrorist attack

October 28 car crash at Tiananmen Square was an act of terrorism by suspects from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, the Beijing police said October 30, as it arrested five people, all of whom were allegedly involved.
Source: | 2013/10/31 18:55:41

Terror attacks on rise in China: report

Domestic terrorism surged last year as China faces threats to social stability, read the nation's first blue paper on national security published on May 6.
Source: | 2014/5/7 19:44:50

Inside China's 'Eastern Lightning' cult

Six suspects detained for intentional homicide in East China's Shandong Province are members of a heretic sect, local police announced on May 31.
Source: | 2014/6/2 21:14:41

Bite of China 2: Second course

After a long wait of 542 days, A Bite of China returns this Friday. The second season of the world-renowned documentary will broadcast every Friday on CCTV1 to June 6, a total of seven independent episodes plus a behind the scenes episode.
Source: | 2014/4/27 19:37:05

PLA's first female honor guards make debut

For the first time in its 65-year history, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) assigned women to serve as honor guards during a diplomatic ceremony on May 12.
Source: | 2014/5/29 19:33:02

China holds four Glaxo execs in bribery scandal

Four senior Chinese executives from the multinational pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have been held by police on bribery and tax-related charges.
Source: | 2013/7/16 18:58:48

The Communist Party of China (CPC)'s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) made the brief announcement on its website on Sunday about Jiang Jiemin, head of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council, without giving further details.
Source: | 2013/9/2 18:55:09

Businesswoman stands trial for bribing jailed ex-railway minster

Ding Yuxin, once called Ding Shumiao, a bussinesswoman who was involved in the corruption case of former railway minister Liu Zhijun, is on trial at the No. 2 Beijing Municipal Intermediate People's Court in Beijing, capital of China, September 24, 2013.
Source: | 2013/4/11 17:40:00

Officials outed after sex scandals surface online

An increasing number of sex scandals involving Chinese officials are making headlines, both substantiated and fabricated, in part due to the growing role of microblogging in exposing the underbelly of philandering Chinese politicians.
Source: | 2012/11/25 16:53:30

Headmaster and govt official detained for allegedly assaulting schoolgirls

Education authorities in South China's Hainan Province Monday told the Global Times that they had dismissed a primary school headmaster who allegedly molested six schoolgirls with another local government official.
Source: | 2013/5/14 18:21:14

Bo Xilai, former Communist Party of China chief of Chongqing Municipality, stood open trial Thursday on charges of taking bribes, embezzlement and abuse of power at the Jinan Intermediate People's Court in East China's Shandong Province.
Source: | 2013/8/22 17:21:47

A ministry-level official is under investigation for alleged "serious disciplinary violations," the central disciplinary organ revealed, which was seen as a formal response five months after a journalist openly accused him of corruption.
Source: | 2013/5/13 17:47:34

Shanghai suspends four court officials in sex probe

Public outrage sparked over a 10-minute video clip that surfaced online recently showing five men identified by the original poster as judges from the Shanghai Higher People’s Court allegedly consorting with several prostitutes at a resort in Shanghai’s Pudong New Area on June 9.
Source: | 2013/8/5 20:17:53

China's crackdown on corruption in 2013

For many government officials, the past year has been hard on them. For starters, the nationwide anti-corruption crackdown on "tigers and flies" has been quite a challenge.
Source: | 2013/12/23 17:44:09

Caught with the secretary: Political scandal surrounding top aides

The ongoing controversy surrounding the corruption and abuses of power among political secretaries intensified when a speech by Xi Jinping, made more than two decades ago, resurfaced online.
Source: | 2014/5/3 20:01:29

A number of officials have been removed from their posts due to corruption or misconduct after investigations by disciplinary authorities. However, all were exposed by Internet users who found the initial clues that led to investigations.<br /> <br /> <a href=""><strong>More in Special Coverage</strong></a>
Source: | 2012/12/30 14:51:55

Anti-corruption campaign throws book at China's universities

The ivory towers of universities might seem like a refuge from the woes of the world, and, in China, from rampant corruption. But the recent detention of senior university officials has tarnished the image of the campus. The public is wondering: Are schools places of learning, or are they about turning a buck?
Source: | 2014/2/12 11:28:58