Written by Jiangnan Zhu and Xiaoming Zhong.
In the period leading up to Xi Jinping’s ascension, banqueting had become both prevalent and lavish in Chinese political circles. 920 more words
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“The U.S. side, President-elect Trump’s team included, is also fully aware of China’s solemn attitude on the issue,” Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said. 4,220 more words
Written by Ping Wu.
When Fancy Bears hackers started publishing the names and medical records of athletes granted Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) by the World Anti-Doping Agency on 13 September 2016, most of the named athletes were American or British. 1,044 more words
Written by Jessica Teets.
Since Xi Jinping launched his anti-corruption campaign, the investigation and punishment of local officials has been viewed as a successful way to restore “legitimacy” to the Chinese Communist Party and local state governments. 1,977 more words