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  • Scrutinized officials frozen in headlights of anti-graft campaign

    The sustained scrutiny of Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign has been traumatic for many Communist Party and government officials who have grown rich on their power to dispense favours. With so much attention on their lifestyles,...
  • Special Report: Fear and retribution in Xi's corruption purge

    Chen Zhenggao, a member of the Communist Party's elite Central Committee, clearly has enemies. While Chen was visiting Hong Kong last year, his adversaries were preparing a detailed dossier on his travel and entertainment spending. Soon after the visit,...
  • North Korea's Internet links restored, says U.S. expert

    North Korea's Internet links restored, says U.S. expert
    North Korea, at the center of a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of Sony Pictures, experienced a complete Internet outage for hours before links were restored on Tuesday, a U.S. company that monitors Internet infrastructure said....
  • North Korea back online: Was it the target of a cyberattack?

    North Korea experienced a major Internet outage on Tuesday, according to companies that monitor global networks, raising suspicion that the country may have been the target of a cyberattack. The loss of service came just days after President Obama...
  • North Korea Internet outage ends with photos of Kim at catfish farm

    BEIJING An Internet outage that cut North Korea from the Web ended after more than nine hours Tuesday with both the United States and China denying responsibility. The outages, which began about 1 a.m. local time, shut down the Hermit Kingdom's two...
  • Huawei's smartphone sales shoot up after copying Xiaomi's online strategy

    China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] has taken sales of its low-price Honor brand of smartphones to 20 million from 1 million in just one year, hitting pay dirt with the disruptive online-only strategy it copied from smaller upstart Xiaomi Inc...
  • China to 'regulate' foreign NGOs with new law

    China aims to "regulate" foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) under a law being discussed this week, state media said on Monday, which aims to step up supervision of the fast-growing sector. China quietly began an investigation into the...
  • Jackie Chan's Son Formally Charged With Drug Offenses

    HONG KONG -- Jackie Chan's son Jaycee Chan has been formally charged with drug offenses in China, including sheltering other drug users. He faces a possible three years in jail. He was arrested in Beijing in August in the company of Taiwanese actor Kai...
  • China reviews another execution after miscarriage ruling

    Chinese authorities are reviewing another execution carried out almost 20 years ago for possible miscarriage of justice after last week exonerating a teenager who was wrongly put to death for rape and murder, state media said on Tuesday. Nie Shubin, 21,...
  • NetJets caught in China headwinds, optimistic on growth potential

    Investor Warren Buffett's NetJets Inc has been caught by surprise by headwinds in China amid Beijing's austerity drive and a slowing economy, the business aircraft supplier's chief executive officer said. Less than three months after NetJets won...
  • China drafts new law to fight air pollution: Xinhua

    China plans tougher pollution limits and heavier penalties in a revision of its air pollution law, state-run news agency Xinhua said, as the government battles to reduce smog that takes hundreds of thousands of lives each year. The Standing Committee...