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Chinese spies come in from the cold
Wang, just 27 years old, claimed to have had a hand in the kidnappings of the Causeway Bay booksellers in Hong Kong, infiltrating Hong Kong student organizations, and conducting information operations in Taiwan. These were impressive scalps for one of such a tender age in the intelligence community. Indeed, he asserted he was the "boss" of a cyber army in Taiwan.
China to reorganise propaganda efforts at home and abroad
The changes are part of a larger overhaul of government functions that will also se...
Ex-Chinese President Hu Jintao's close aide Ling Jihua jailed for life
Ling Jihua, 59, pleaded guilty and decided not to appeal, the First In...
Chinese billionaires' brats undergo behavioural training
More than 70 children of Chinese billionaires attended behavioural training classes after the President called for a 'positive image' of the young rich.
China orders crackdown on outdoor religious statues
Chinese society has reached common ground on regulating the commercialisation of Buddhist and Taoist activities and the practice of building large outdoor religious statues.
Meeting Dalai Lama major offence, China warns world leaders
China routinely protests world leaders meeting the Dalai Lama. It also makes it mandatory for all the foreign governments to recognise Tibet as part of China to have diplomatic relations with Beijing.
Tibetan nuns, monks in anti-espionage ops close to India border
China is training Buddhist monks and nuns in Tibet to carry out anti-espionage operations along the remote Sino-Indian border to prevent attempts to create "conflict".
Former Chinese president Hu Jintao's top aide faces graft probe
Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the anti-graft body, announced the investigation in a brief statement.
China's Xi vows to insist on multi-party cooperation system
The outgoing Chinese leaders, specially Premier Wen Jiabao, spoke about opening up time and again but has not implemented it.
China for more talks with Dalai Lama's envoys
More talks could be held between envoys of the Dalai Lama and Chinese authorities if the Tibetan spiritual leader openly demonstrates his support for the Beijing Olympics.
China warns Dalai Lama ahead of Olympics
China has insisted that the Dalai Lama must not do anything to tarnish the Beijing Olympics if talks between the two sides are to continue.
Dalai Lama's envoy says Beijing talks were 'difficult'
An envoy for the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader said Friday that the latest round of talks with China were "one of the most difficult sessions" held so far.
Tibetan PM in exile positive about talks with Communist Party officials in China
Tibet's prime minister in exile said he was hopeful of a positive outcome from talks with Chinese officials beginning Sunday.
Dalai Lama envoys heading to China talks
Two Dalai Lama envoys will hold talks with Chinese officials Sunday in southern China even as Beijing kept up its barrage of criticism against him.
China-Dalai Lama talks unlikely to bring success: Analysts
China's offer to hold talks with aides to the Dalai Lama is unlikely to bring a breakthrough on Tibet, experts cautioned on Saturday, saying it was a PR exercise ahead of the Beijing Olympics.
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