RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Communist Party of China

A collection of news and information related to Communist Party of China published by this site and its partners.

Top Communist Party of China Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Richard Baum dies at 72; China expert at UCLA

    Richard Baum, a leading China expert at UCLA who founded a lively and influential Internet forum used by hundreds of scholars, diplomats, journalists and government officials to follow ideas and trends in contemporary Chinese politics, died Friday at...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: How About Hillary For VP?

    The following is an abridged version of a discussion on Facebook at www.facebook.com/edpagecourant.  Ed Page: Would Hillary be a good choice for vice president for Obama? Tom Nash: Hillary has found her niche. Why would she want to play second fiddle...
  • FBI: Steve Jobs had 2.65 GPA, avoided the gym, wasn't a communist

    FBI: Steve Jobs had 2.65 GPA, avoided the gym, wasn't a communist
    We detailed the major tidbits from Steve Jobs' just-disclosed FBI files in an earlier post. But we've scoured the 191-page document for some minor Jobs trivia as well. Jobs' high school GPA: How about 2.65? Jobs wasn't much for school, choosing to go...
  • Is My Bio A Commie Plot?

     I recently received a flattering note from a discerning Manchester reader, explaining that "you are one of the few reasons we keep buying the Commie Courant."     By "Commie Courant," I'm sure he didn't really mean that The Courant was part of the...
  • Reel China: A crash course in different storytelling traditions

    BEIJING — Every movie project involves a certain amount of negotiation, but finding middle ground proved no easy matter when writer-director Daniel Hsia tried to film "Shanghai Calling" in China. To secure permission to make his story about a...
  • Zhuang Zedong dies at 72; helped get 'pingpong diplomacy' rolling

    It might have been a chance meeting or a cunning act of propaganda, but the encounter more than 40 years ago between two pingpong champions — one Chinese, the other American — launched what President Nixon would call "the week that changed the...
  • Sensational China murder case gets muted news coverage

     
    The sensational murder case of Gu Kailai has not gotten the sensational media coverage that Westerners are accustomed to in major trials, according to media observers and news reports. The accusation that Gu, the wife of former Politburo member Bo Xilai,...
  • Police figure in China murder case could face prosecution

     
    BEIJING -- The flamboyant police official who blew the whistle on China’s most sensational murder case by fleeing to a U.S. consulate appears headed for prosecution himself. Four underlings of the police official, Wang Lijun, went on trial Friday on...
  • Mexico's PRI to be declared winner of presidential election

     
    Finally, Enrique Peña Nieto and his Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which ruled Mexico for seven decades, on Friday were on the brink of being declared the formal winners of July's presidential election, following a court ruling that rejected a...
  • Reputed sister of Mexican rebel leader joins new president's team

     
    A sister of Subcomandante Marcos, the long-time public face of the major armed indigenous rebel group in southeastern Mexico, has been named to the transition team of President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto....
  • Clinton draws criticism from Chinese ahead of talks

     
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton flew into a storm of criticism in Beijing on Tuesday in the midst of a six-nation tour perceived by China as aimed at curbing its influence in Asia....