In the document, titled “Xingtai City’s Hotline Handling Records,” a Jan. 16 log indicated that a resident had to call the mayor’s hotline in the evening because an elderly resident had a fever and all attempts to get treatment had failed. The patient passed away during that call.
The report laid out a 1 million yuan (about $153,000) budget for the association to recruit talent from overseas and fund the projects they would set up in Hebei. It also projected a profit of 10 million yuan (about $1.53 million) that could be achieved by “transferring” foreign advanced technology to Chinese companies in Hebei.
Dissident Liu Sifang, who fled China after a nationwide crackdown on activists led by police in the eastern province of Shandong, says his family is being harassed by authorities back home after being prevented from joining him.
Bai Lin | Bitter Winter The coronavirus epidemic is not over, but China’s propaganda hails President Xi Jiping, socialism with Chinese characteristics, and “revolutionary spirit” for beating it. Most of China’s schools have been closed due to the spread of the coronavirus, and classes are primarily taught virtually. For schoolchildren in the southeastern province of Jiangxi, learning […]
China’s continuing construction of coal plants has raised alarms among environmental research groups as international concerns over greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions grow.
Qiao Long | Radio Free Asia Han Hua, who has lived in Hong Kong for more than 10 years, has been actively reporting on the city’s anti-government and pro-democracy protests since they escalated in early June, in a bid to inform social media friends behind the Great Firewall of what is going on. But she […]
Minghui Falun Dafa practitioners celebrated over 340 million people withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) with a parade along Brooklyn’s eighth avenue – one of New York city’s three largest Chinese neighborhoods. The grand parade passed through Chinatown’s busiest streets – from 68th street to 42nd street. Hundreds of banners, flags, and huge display boards introduced […]
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] Frank Fang | Epoch Times A former powerful political figure in northern China who controlled a province’s entire security apparatus has been sentenced to prison roughly two years after he was placed under investigation. Zhang Yue, the former party secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Commission (PLAC) in northern China’s Hebei Province, […]
Oiwan Lam | Global Voices As winter approaches, Beijing is gearing up to fight against smog and a large number of cities in northern China have issued a ban on coal. In the past few years, China had been hit by seriously air pollution in winters and major cities in northern China had recorded pollutants, […]
Leo Timm and Eva Fu | Epoch Times “Tiger of the Northeast” had state oil background and links to influential former leaders Su Shulin, the former governor of the southeastern coastal province of Fujian, has been expelled from his post and stripped of his Communist Party membership on July 4 following over a year of […]