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BBC airs unseen expose on its disgraced star

BBC reporters put their own bosses in the hot seat over their role in expanding pedophilia scandal Monday, airing footage from a previously-unseen expose of one of the BBC's most popular entertainers and quizzing senior management about why they canned the bombshell program. Monday nig...

Ai Weiwei: “China Must Recognize Itself”

Dissident artist Ai Weiwei served as guest editor and appears on cover of the latest issue of British magazine New Statesman, in which he leads with a challenge for China to re-evaluate and recognize its position in the world as it seeks answers to the many problems it faces:The future of China is ...

Chinese Regime’s Honors for Sihanouk Annoy Netizens

A convoy taking the body of Norodom Sihanouk to Beijing's airport en route back to his homeland, on Oct. 17, 2012. (Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images) Many Chinese netizens were outraged at the Communist Party’s display of honors for the deceased Cambodian ruler Norodom Sihanouk, who died on Oc...

‘The Evil Party Treated Us Worse Than Animals’

The Chinese characters say 'Renounce the Chinese Communist Party.' (The Epoch Times) Editor’s note: The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its subordinate organizations. Statements such a...

Newlywed’s Marriage Treated as Political Crime in China

Qin Yongmin and Wang Xifeng are pictured at their marriage on May 13 in Wuhan. Wang's 12-year-old son holds a sign that reads "a good marriage lasting 100 years." (Provided by Wang Xifeng) On May 13 the well-known dissident Qin Yongmin married Ms. Wang Xifeng in front of 70 of their...

Troop protect border, fisheries

Editor's note: From Sept 11 to Sept 20, four China Daily reporters went to the Sino-Russian border and Sino-DPRK border in three provinces in Northeast China. They traveled more than 4,300 kilometers along the border area to cover the life and work of soldiers stationed there. A series of reports wi...

Japanese Medicine Boycotted by Chinese Hospitals Over Island Row

A woman displays a poster during a protest over the Senkaku islands disupte, outside the Japanese Embassy in Beijing on Sept. 18, 2012. A boycott of Japanese goods and services is spreading through the Chinese economy. (Mark Ralston/AFP/GettyImages) The weeks-long diplomatic row over who has sover...