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Fly-By-Night Contractors, the Bo Trial and Iran's New Kit

Canada paid $1 million to a German contractor to produce noise-monitoring equipment for the Victoria-class submarines several years ago. Not only was the product not delivered… 613 more words


Deeper political reasons behind Bo's harsh penalty

SCMP says, “As a joke circulating among Beijing’s elite suggests, Vice-President Xi Jinping, who is slated to take over power in November, owes much thanks to a now-infamous face slap early this year that changed history.” 182 more words

China: Bo Xilai's supporters take to blogs to show their support for him

SCMP says, “New Leftist bloggers rally behind their fallen idol, saying he was toppled on trumped-up charges because fellow party leaders feared his influence.”

“The downfall of former Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai, who was famous across the nation for his promotion of “red culture” and communist ideology, has stirred cries of distress from his so-called New Leftist supporters.” 93 more words

The Fall of Bo Xilai: Lessons from One of China's Biggest Political Scandals

The senior official from Chongqing, China’s largest city, suddenly looked uneasy. It was last summer, and I had just asked him about “red culture,” the drive by Bo Xilai, Chongqing’s now disgraced party boss, to instill revolutionary fervor in citizens by singing patriotic songs and reading communist classics. 814 more words


Chinese power politics: Bo Bo, Black Sheep


IN A dramatic high-level political shake-up, China used the Ides of March to announce the removal of Bo Xilai from his post as the Communist Party boss of the south-western city of Chongqing. 673 more words


75 Area Churches Partner to Reach Community

This Saturday, over 1,000 volunteers from over 75 area churches and community organizations along with youth from the Red Culture Fall Conference partnered with Convoy of Hope… 173 more words


Is Occupy Wall Street Preoccupying Beijing?

Occupy Wall Street protests have not spread to China, but Beijing’s crackdown on media coverage and Internet activity related to OWS isn’t surprising. What’s less predictable are ways that Occupy protests could shake up China’s internal politics, especially among neo-Maoists. 1,075 more words