China


‘We Will Keep on Walking in Search of my Husband’ Thursday, April 5th, 2018

The wife of Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quangzhang, who has been missing, believed detained, since July 2015, has begun a 100-kilometer (60-mile) march "in search of my husband." Li Wenzu, who has repeatedly met with stonewalling from officials on her husband's status, says she has no idea if he is..

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Woman Held For ‘Insulting’ Wuhan Communist Party Secretary Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

A woman who told the ruling Chinese Communist Party secretary of Wuhan to “get out of Wuhan” was held for two-and-a-half months in criminal detention before being released on bail and ordered to attend political re-education classes. Ding Wenting was detained and placed under administrative..

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Hong Kong Court Rejects Bid to Unseat Pro-Democracy Lawmaker Thursday, March 29th, 2018

A court in Hong Kong on Thursday rejected a bid to unseat a seventh pan-democratic lawmaker in the city, saying that any alleged problems with his election victory should have been dealt with through other channels. Hong Kong businessman Wong Tai-hoi applied for a judicial review in a bid to..

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China Sows Confusion on CEFC And Investment Curbs Monday, March 26th, 2018

Those seeking consistency in China's controls over outbound investment are likely to be in for disappointment and a series of surprises. The government has sought to discourage capital outflows and acquisitions in specific sectors since 2016 when outbound direct investment (ODI) soared 44.1..

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