China's anti-graft drive wins people's trust - ecns

China's anti-graft drive wins people's trustecnsMore than 70,000 officials at or above the county-head level have been investigated for suspected corruption since the 18th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress in 2012, the top anti-graft body of the CPC said Saturday. [Special coverage].and more »

Commentary: The changing meaning of political legitimacy for the Chinese Communist Party - Channel NewsAsia

Channel NewsAsiaCommentary: The changing meaning of political legitimacy for the Chinese Communist PartyChannel NewsAsiaIn the lead-up to the 19th party congress, Bo Zhiyue discusses the CCP's challenge of maintaining its political legitimacy, amid the Chinese population's evolving concerns. Increasing prosperity is a key part of the Communist Party's claim to ...and more »

Chinese chains on competition - Thailand Business News

Thailand Business NewsChinese chains on competitionThailand Business NewsIt is very easy to claim that China works to suppress economic competition — one only need point to the state sector. A stronger claim is that China's suppression of competition remains intense compared to market economies, with effects starting at ...and more »

"A community of shared future for mankind" in the making - Global Times

"A community of shared future for mankind" in the makingGlobal TimesWith the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) to convene in about two weeks, it is a good time to look back at how China interacted with the world over the past five years and predict what foreign policy the next five years may ...and more »

Communist Party congress: How China picks its leaders - BBC News

BBC NewsCommunist Party congress: How China picks its leadersBBC NewsEvery five years, the eyes of the world turn to China as the ruling Communist Party holds its congress. The event determines who will lead the Party. Those people will go on to lead the 1.3 billion people of China - most of whom don't get a say - and ...and more »

China Unveils over 100 Smartphone Apps to Track 'Loyalty' to Communism - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsChina Unveils over 100 Smartphone Apps to Track 'Loyalty' to CommunismBreitbart NewsThe Communist Party of China (CPC) is boasting of over 100 smartphone applications designed to allow senior party members to more accurately track their underlings' loyalty, based in part on how much communist propaganda the individual consumes on ...and more »

The smoke signals from China - The Hindu

The HinduThe smoke signals from ChinaThe HinduFor China watchers, the popular TV series, 'Game of Thrones', is but an anaemic trifle when compared to the backroom intrigue and power play expected at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC). The Congress will begin on ...and more »

China on LOCKDOWN: Beijing brought to a halt ahead of crucial summit to cement Xi's power - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukChina on LOCKDOWN: Beijing brought to a halt ahead of crucial summit to cement Xi's powerExpress.co.ukCHINA is on 'lockdown' as President Xi Jinping prepares to extend his term at the Communist Party Congress. By Rebecca Pinnington. PUBLISHED: 16:25, Fri, Oct 6, 2017 | UPDATED: 16:36, Fri, Oct 6, 2017 ...and more »

The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent? - The Diplomat

The DiplomatThe Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?The DiplomatThe CCP is surprisingly candid about its goals, intentions, and activities in Chinese language publications. By David Gitter for The Diplomat. October 06, 2017. As the upcoming Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 19th Party Congress brings new changes to ...and more »

Big political donor has secret Beijing ties, court documents say - Walcha News

Walcha NewsBig political donor has secret Beijing ties, court documents sayWalcha NewsEMBARGOED UNTIL Midday Monday 2nd Frebruary 2015. Photographs of the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing of the UTS. Photographed Thursday 29th January 2015. Photograph by James Brickwood. SMH NEWS 150129. See your ad here.and more »

China launches 100 phone apps for being a better comrade - The Times

The TimesChina launches 100 phone apps for being a better comradeThe TimesChina's ruling Communist Party has launched more than 100 propaganda-filled smartphone apps, designed to boost party loyalty among the millions who use them, before its five-yearly congress meeting on October 18. Games on the apps — called “China's ...and more »

Doklam again: Why Chinese President Xi Jinping wants to keep border tension alive - India Today

India TodayDoklam again: Why Chinese President Xi Jinping wants to keep border tension aliveIndia TodayDomestic politics and Xi Jinping's quest to have firm grip on the Chinese Communist Party may be fueling Doklam tension. Prabhash K Dutta · Prabhash.Kumar@intoday.com. New Delhi, October 6, 2017 | UPDATED 15:41 IST. A +A -. close. Xi Jinping ...and more »

ABC, Fairfax accuse Chau Chak Wing of 'betraying' Australia - The Australian

The AustralianABC, Fairfax accuse Chau Chak Wing of 'betraying' AustraliaThe AustralianLawyers for the ABC and Fairfax Media allege there were “reasonable grounds to believe” a billionaire businessman was spying for China. Chau Chak Wing, an Australian citizen of 20 years, lodged a defamation claim against ABC and Fairfax in July over a ...and more »

Chinese govt continues violation of religious freedom in Tibet: CECC - Tibet Post International

Tibet Post InternationalChinese govt continues violation of religious freedom in Tibet: CECCTibet Post Internationalus-congress-china-tibet-2016 Dharamshala — "In both law and practice, the Chinese government continued to violate the religious freedom of its citizens by imposing restrictions on religious practice and interpretations of faith—restrictions that have ...and more »

What Sun Zhengcai's sudden fall reveals about Xi's rule - Asia Times

Asia TimesWhat Sun Zhengcai's sudden fall reveals about Xi's ruleAsia TimesThe 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which opens on October 18, could have been another crucial step on Sun Zhengcai's path to holding a top leadership role in China's ruling party. But under the ironclad rule of Xi Jinping ...and more »

Chinese Australian billionaire accused of bribery in court documents - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewChinese Australian billionaire accused of bribery in court documentsThe Australian Financial ReviewDr Chau, a property developer and leading figure in the Australian Chinese community, has strong connections to senior figures on both sides of local politics. Sahlan Hayes. Share on twitter. by Angus Grigg. Chinese Australian billionaire Chau Chak ...and more »

China is in 'lock-down' ahead of its most important meeting in years - CNBC

CNBCChina is in 'lock-down' ahead of its most important meeting in yearsCNBCBut the holiday standstill is likely to be prolonged ahead of the Communist Party Congress that starts October 18. Chinese authorities are tightening security and maintaining stability in the run-up to the once-in-five-years meeting that will involve a ...and more »

Party congress is Xi's moment, but how will he use it? - Nikkei Asian Review

Nikkei Asian ReviewParty congress is Xi's moment, but how will he use it?Nikkei Asian ReviewChinese President Xi Jinping may be one of the most relaxed leaders in the world as he prepares for the 19th congress of the Chinese Communist Party in mid-October. His body language certainly reinforces that impression. He has become a "core leader ...and more »

Xi Jingping: Economic path ahead for China's disciplined leader remains unclear - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewXi Jingping: Economic path ahead for China's disciplined leader remains unclearThe Australian Financial ReviewFor Australians pondering what strategist, Hugh White, calls fatefully the "China choice", this year has presented perhaps the most bracing set of alternatives since victory in the Pacific War more than 70 years ago. In Washington, Donald Trump is the ...and more »

(Congress report) China continues to target women's rights advocates - Hong Kong Standard (press release)

Hong Kong Standard (press release)(Congress report) China continues to target women's rights advocatesHong Kong Standard (press release)While the Communist Party's General Office launched a nationwide initiative to reform the party-affiliated All-China Women's Federation, independent women's rights organizations were prevented from raising awareness of sexual harassment and the ...and more »