Advertisements
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Tags Chinese authorities

Tag: Chinese authorities

The Chinese national flag flies in front of an underground Catholic church in the village of Huangtugang

In China’s Catholic Heartland, Vatican Deal Brings Communist Party Closer

By Christian Shepherd DONGLU VILLAGE, China (Reuters) In 1996, a tiny village with a huge Gothic-style church in China's Catholic heartland of northern Hebei province...
Stuffed Winnie the Pooh and Eeyore characters are seen at the world premiere of Disney's "Christopher Robin," in Burbank

China Denies Entry to Disney’s Winnie The Pooh Film – Source

LOS ANGELES/BEIJING (Reuters) China has denied Walt Disney Co's request to allow screening in the country of "Christopher Robin", a movie that features the honey-loving...
US-TESLA-CHINA

Tesla Goes Big in China with Shanghai Plant

By Brenda Goh SHANGHAI (Reuters) Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk on Tuesday landed a deal with Chinese authorities to build a new auto...
A plane flies in the polluted air above the airport fences in Beijing

China Jails Hundreds of Officials for Pollution Violations

SHANGHAI (Reuters) China has jailed hundreds of officials for failing to tackle environmental violations uncovered during inspections last year, the environment ministry said in...
Li Wenzu, wife of detained Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, is followed by friends and media near a Supreme People's Court complaints office in Beijing

Wife of Detained Chinese Lawyer Begins 100-km March to Press for...

By Christian Shepherd BEIJING (Reuters) The wife of a detained Chinese lawyer set off on Wednesday on a march of more than 100 km from Beijing...
A man poses for pictures as he holds postage stamps of Xi Zhongxun, China's former vice premier and father of China's President Xi Jinping, in Yantai

Timeline: The Rise of Chinese Leader Xi Jinping

By John Ruwitch SHANGHAI (Reuters) President Xi Jinping, China's most powerful leader since Mao Zedong, is re-elected to a second five-year term as president by the rubber-stamp...
banner