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  • Ashley Dunn named Times California editor

     
    Times Editor Russ Stanton made the following staff announcement today: After a 17-year journey through Business, Science and National, Deputy National Editor Ashley Dunn is returning to Metro this week – as California editor. Ashley is succeeding...
  • New wave of tainted food in China and how inflation could make it worse

     
    Three years after China was rocked by a massive tainted-milk scandal, the country has again been hit by a wave of food scares in recent weeks. The list includes diseased pigs used for bacon; noodles made of corn, ink and......
  • Chinese authorities and villagers clash over mosque

     
    An unusual clash in western China pits authorities against the Hui, who have been viewed as the model minority....
  • Chinese mosque demolition heightens ethnic tensions

     
    REPORTING FROM BEIJING -- The government demolition of a newly refurbished mosque in a northern Chinese village has raised tensions with the Hui, a Muslim group that in the past has been granted more freedoms by the Chinese Communist Party, unlike other...
  • Muslim villagers angry in mosque incident

     
    The destruction of a mosque threatens to spoil relations between Chinese and Hui, once considered the model Muslim minority by the Chinese...
  • Thousands protest pick for Hong Kong executive post

     
    Pro-Beijing candidate Leung Chun-ying was chosen by a Hong Kong election committee as the territory’s new chief executive Sunday as thousands protested outside the harbor-front election site to demand a more democratic voting process....
  • Chinese activists swear off suicide after 'suspicious' death

     
    Suspicious over whether a Tiananmen Square activist really committed suicide last week, Chinese dissidents have begun putting out statements that they won’t take their own lives....
  • Big protests arise in Hong Kong over Chinese 'national education'

     
    As the school year begins in Hong Kong, protesters in the former British colony are rallying against new classes soon to be required by China, deriding them as “brainwashing.”...
  • Beijing car crash opens door to another scandal in China

     
    Before dawn on March 18, a black Ferrari slammed into a concrete barrier in Beijing, killing the young male driver, badly injuring two young women and setting off yet another episode in the soap opera that has become Chinese politics. Chinese-language...
  • Obama: Global action required

     
    by Mark Silva The author, as the Op-Ed notes in the credit line, is the president of the United States. "We are living through a time of global economic challenges that cannot be met by half measures or the isolated......
  • 'Small Group Creating Chaos'

    BEIJING -- Conflicting official news reports Wednesday and early today--some painting a rosy picture of the situation in Beijing, others stressing enforcement of martial law--marked an epic battle for control of China raging through the top leadership,...