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The 67-year-old wife of a retired railway worker came to Beijing with five family members. She complains that they arrived at the Qingfeng Dumpling Eatery at noon and now it's 3:30 p.m. But they remain, along with hundreds of others, waiting for a
China has detained the head of Beijing's state security bureau as part of a wider investigation into powerful ex-domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, the New York Times said on Saturday. Liang Ke, director of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of State
14 February 2014 15 shares 8 View comments Looking shyly into the camera, nothing in Deng Wen Ge's high school volleyball team photograph suggests that she was destined for bigger things. In this exclusive photograph from 1980, she was certainly
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I think the reason I've been able to give so many interviews is related to the way I frame these issues. Otherwise the government would have issued a gag order a long time ago," Chen says, adding, "Well, actually they did issue a gag order." Chen
It was the last, but far from the only, denunciation of abuses that happened during China's Cultural Revolution. It was also necessary testimony to ponder with regard to the widespread abuses of Chinese citizens by Chinese citizens during one of that
Chinese fairy tales, the cultural revolution and plump dumplings have always come together in Ying Compestine's writing, whether it was critically lauded cookbooks, children's picture books or her award-winning young adult novel about China's
He was de-deified at the end of the "cultural revolution" (1966-76), but Mao Zedong continues to be worshipped in some remote parts of China...In the largely Buddhist hamlet of Man'en, New China's founder Mao Zedong is a god as revered as any other.
Best known as a celebrity restaurateur whose 1960s mission to change Western attitudes to Chinese food has lasted nearly 50 years, Michael Chow is also a trained painter who, until recently, had not picked up his brushes for decades. Mr. Chow
She was present when her school teacher was beaten to death A prominent former Red Guard who played a key role in some of the first struggle sessions at the start of Mao Zedong's violent Cultural Revolution in 1966 has conveyed a rare public apology