Sunday, Jun 25, 2017, 6:25 PM CST – China

Special Report

Photo by CFP

October 2014 Issue | by Wan Jiahua | Technical School

The Blue Collar Boot Camp

Within China, Lanxiang Technical School, China’s biggest private vocational school, is seen as the Harvard of technical professionals. Internationally, most of those who are aware of its existence call it a training ground for cyber terrorism. NewsChina takes a stroll through its vast campus.

Photo by CFP

September 2014 Issue | by Su Xiaoming, Hua Xuan, Xie Ying | Corruption Crackdown


Executives at China’s State-owned enterprises often hold a higher administrative position than those charged with their supervision. Unless the government can find a way to keep tabs on State-sector leaders, corruption will remain rife

September 2014 Issue | by Xie Ying | Corruption Crackdown


The fall of a ranking People’s Liberation Army (PLA) general on corruption charges has sent ripples through the Chinese military – seen by many as the final frontier for the Communist Party’s anti-graft crackdown

Photo by xinhua

July 2014 Issue | by Du Guodong | Jilin Archives


Newly-deciphered documents provide first-hand Japanese accounts of atrocities committed during World War II. Will they prove the game-changers Chinese historians claim them to be?

Photo by CFP

June 2014 Issue | by Xie Ying | Orphans


Guangzhou’s “baby hatch,” a safe spot for the abandonment of unwanted infants, has been forced to suspend operations due to overwhelming demand. But where can parents turn when state orphanages are closing their doors?

Photo by CNS

June 2014 Issue | by Sheena Macrae | Orphans


When it comes to China’s abandoned infants, so-called “baby hatches” are only a temporary solution. China needs to relaunch its formerly highly successful international adoption programs

Photo by CFP

March 2014 Issue | by Hua Xuan | Extralegal Detention


Since the recent abolition of China’s much-criticized “re-education through labor” camps, legal experts have been debating the impact on the country’s legal system

March 2014 Issue | by Sun Zhe, Min Jie | Extralegal Detention


A leading light of Chinese human rights law, Pu Zhiqiang has turned himself into China’s first celebrity lawyer

February 2014 Issue | by Liu Ziqian, Han Yong | Legal Reform


Both China’s judiciary and the police have taken initiatives to curb the widespread use of torture. But more, it seems, is needed

Photo by IC

February 2014 Issue | by Han Yong, Wang Quanbao | Legal Reform


With a series of reform initiatives aimed to address both the symptoms and root causes of miscarriages of justice in the judiciary, the Chinese government is attempting to revive public confidence

Photo by IC

February 2014 Issue | by Wang Quanbao | Legal Reform

“The ultimate goal should be the restoration of judicial legitimacy.”

NewsChina discusses the Party’s judicial reform agenda with leading experts Zhang Weiping and Chen Weidong, who argue that success will only come if China’s courts and judges are made more independent, more accountable, and more professional

January 2014 Issue | by News China Magazine


The year that was 2013 saw China’s new leadership take full charge of a Communist Party increasingly concerned with a myriad of challenges from within and outside the country’s borders.

Page 2 of 7 pages  < 1 2 3 4 >  Last ›

Editor's Picks

Sex for Snacks

In cities like Shanghai and Chongqing, a handful of high school…[More]

Worked to Death

A growing number of young Chinese white-collar employees are dying of…[More]


How Communism’s most controversial theorist finally found an audience – in…[More]

What do Chinese People Want?

“I wish I could do what you do.”…[More]


A student of Buddhism with a keen interest in China’s…[More]

Prize Fighter

Elevated into the State-approved pantheon of great Chinese writers thanks to…[More]

Dams in Distress

In 1975, over 60 dams collapsed after a rainstorm in Zhumadian city, Henan…[More]

Pathologically Politicized

Practitioners at all levels concur that “messy” is the word that…[More]


China’s indigenous honey bee is under threat from both environmental…[More]

Exam Boot Camp

A middle school in Anhui province has earned a reputation for…[More]

The New Class

China’s growing online education market has attracted the attention of…[More]

From Stall to Mall

Taobao’s shift towards a business-to-consumer model has come at a…[More]

In Whose Court?

The failure of the country’s administrative litigation system has prompted…[More]

Tradition on Trial

After Confucianism made the maintenance of inequality between the sexes fundamental…[More]

Inevitable Brutality

The vicious murder of a doctor in a Zhejiang hospital shows…[More]

Progress or Pornography?

A new sex education primer aimed at elementary school-age children has…[More]

Graft Breeds Graft

The gap between the investigation and prosecution of official corruption cases…[More]

Saving Nature

The concept of animal welfare is yet to be widely acknowledged…[More]

Problem Solved?

Former Politburo member Bo Xilai’s public trial sends mixed messages…[More]


A 74-year-old man surnamed Xie from Shenyang, Liaoning Province was duped out of 420,000 yuan (US$69,342), despite bank employees’ efforts to…[More]

An Avoidable Tragedy

Poor city planning and lax safety regulations turned a minor gas…[More]

Who Cares?

A new law decrees that all Chinese citizens are now obliged…[More]


A policeman pulled his gun to dissuade villagers from stealing oranges…[More]

Mean Streets

The chengguan system has become the most visible symptom of a…[More]

How do Chinese people live?

So, the bottom line is that Beijing is an expensive place.…[More]

Back in Action

After stagnating for 10 years, China’s SOE reform has fired up…[More]


The hanging coffins of the Bo people, a Chinese ethnic minority…[More]


Wang Xun, an archeologist with Peking University, arranged the bones of…[More]

Trust Trip

Embarking on a three-month car journey around China without handing over…[More]

Fading Lights

For those who grew up under the bright lights of China…[More]