Prime Time Crime

   

Greed & Corruption - China

Google  
 
Web www.primetimecrime.com

Greed and Corruption

Asian triads and Sidewinder

Big Brother

 China Organ Harvesting

Guanxi

Mianzi

Silk Road project funding

BEIJING - Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged $124B for his new Silk Road plan to forge a path of peace, inclusiveness and free trade, and called for the abandonment of old models based on rivalry and diplomatic power games.   (Reuters)   MORE:   Belt and Road Initiative   Silk Road vision laid out   EU blow to Silk Road plan   Trap or an opportunity?

 

Human rights question

OTTAWA - China's foreign minister berated a journalist during a visit to Canada for asking an 'irresponsible' question about China's human rights record.   (Guardian UK)  MORE:   Your question is full of prejudice   This is totally unacceptable   Official angered by question   Demanding foreign minister   Canada expressed dissatisfaction   Wang Yi   RELATED:   Foreign NGO Management Law  

   

Meeting official accused of torture 

TORONTO - Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne kicked up a small media storm by excluding the press from her meeting with a man accused of presiding over torture and murder, and who is now facing two investigations for his malfeasance in China.   (Epoch Times)   MORE:   Behind closed doors   Luo Zhijun  Kathleen Wynne 

 

Torture in police detention

BEIJING - The torture of suspects in police detention is widespread in China with implements like spiked rods and torture chairs regularly deployed to extract confessions, a report alleges.  (BBC)  REPORT:   Torture and forced confessions

  

Ivory Queen

DAR ES SALAAM - Yang Feng Glan, 66, a Chinese woman dubbed the 'ivory queen' for her alleged leadership of one of Africa's biggest ivory smuggling rings has been captured and charged.  (Guardian UK)   MORE:   Queen of Ivory arrested   Elephant Action League, Behind elephant meltdown   Corrupt officials and Chinese gangs     

  

19,000 arrested

HONG KONG - 19,000 suspects have been arrested in a drive against organized-crime in China, state media said.  Police said triad gangs were increasingly expanding into mainland China.   (BBC)    MORE:   50,000 arrested including 31,000 'drug addicts'

    

  'Gift' 

Hong Kong property tycoon Ronnie Chan Chi-chung and his brother Gerald have made international headlines with their record-breaking $350M donation to Harvard University's School of Public Health.   (Asia Sentinel)    MORE:  $350M gift    Misconduct charges   Donald Tsang   Ex-leader charged

 

Meth village

LUFENG - More than 3,000 police officers descended on a southern Chinese village notorious for making crystal meth. (LA Times)  MORE:   Crystal meth seized   

 

Police arrest 1,300 

BEIJING - China's police announced that over 1,300 people have been arrested as suspects involved in illegal drug sales online amid a special crackdown.  (Xinhua)

 

278,000 criminal cases cracked

BEIJING - China has cracked 278,000 criminal cases and broken up nearly 1,650 mafia-style gangs since it launched a campaign to maintain public security in rural-urban fringe zones and on campuses in January.  (Xinhua)  RELATED:  Floods, landslides leave 3,185 dead

Smuggling charge

SHANGHAI - A BC husband and wife are facing 10 years to life imprisonment in China for allegedly under-reporting the value of wine (Lulu Island Winery) they export to that country.    (CBC)

 

Shuanggui

BEIJING - A fearsome organ of internal discipline, shuanggui has roots in both imperial Chinese practices and Soviet institutions of party control. Local lawyers call it a form of 'family rule' for Communist members. Critics liken it to mob justice, a system with little oversight, prone to abuse, even as it has taken on a central role in a sweeping anti-graft effort that has been a hallmark of Xi Jinping's presidency.   (Globe & Mail)             

  

2 children

BEIJING - China's ruling Communist Party announced that the country will start allowing all married couples to have 2 children.  (AP)   COMMENT:   Change won't matter    1-child policy      

 

Denied entry 

SANYA - Canada's outspoken Miss World contestant said she was barred from entering China to take part in this year's pageant in the southern island province of Hainan.   (CBC)    MORE:   Lin 'persona non grata'   Canada left out    Anastasia Lin

  

FBI evidence error

PHILADELPHIA -  Federal agents had claimed they had evidence that Dr Xi Xiaoxing sent the secret blueprints for a sophisticated US device called a 'pocket heater' to Chinese scientists.  But months after the physics professor was led away in handcuffs from Temple University, where he works, the FBI admitted the blueprints they found were not for the heater at all - but for a totally innocuous gadget.  (Daily Mail)  

  

Confucius Institute agreement

TORONTO - Briefing notes reveal that trustees of the Toronto District School Board were not informed regarding key aspects of the recently opened Confucius Institute, including the fact that instructors are trained to self-censor topics that are politically taboo in China.  (Globe & Mail)

  

Value of media control

From newspapers and magazines to satellite television and radio stations, China is investing heavily in African media.  (Globe & Mail) 

 

Looting with local help

MANILA - China’s mining industry has found both a literal and figurative gold mine in the Philippines through some of estimated 500,000 small-scale miners operating throughout more than 30 of the Philippines’s 80 provinces. (Asia Sentinel)

 

China to be an Arctic player

BEIJING - China doesn't own a single centimetre of Arctic coastline, nor does it belong to the Arctic Council.  But that's not expected to keep China from becoming a player in Arctic affairs.  (Toronto Star)  REPORT:  China prepares for an ice-free Arctic   PLA officer urges challenging US dominance   Failed states and global instability

 

Money laundering scheme

FLORENCE - Prosecutors in Florence are seeking to prosecute 297 people and the Bank of China for illicit financial activities, including money laundering and tax evasion.   (DW)   MORE:   Italy seeks to indict Bank of China     PREVIOUS:   Bank says terrorist ties 'unfounded'   Zahavi v. Bank of China  .pdf 

Impermissible

HONG KONG - Chinese President Xi Jinping has warned against 'impermissible' challenges to Beijing's authority over Hong Kong.  Mr Xi was speaking at the swearing-in of the territory's new leader Carrie Lam, as Hong Kong marked 20 years since its handover to China from Britain.  On Saturday afternoon, after Mr Xi had left Hong Kong, thousands of people took part in an annual march calling for greater democracy.  During Mr Xi's visit there was little opportunity for protest.   (BBC)

China's red line

1 country, 2 systems

China's Hong Kong at 20

Too late  

Missing booksellers

Mystery deepens

Activist speaks out

Official kidnap another HK publisher

Another billionaire missing

   

Chinese tourists

OTTAWA - China's security services have been sending undercover agents into Canada on tourist visas to strong-arm expatriates to return home, including some suspected of corruption and other criminal activities.  (Globe & Mail)  

Canada-China extradition treaty

China's operation fox hunt

Family asking China for leniency

Shanghai Construction Group is dismissed

General sentenced    

Zhou Yongkang

Corruption in China

Government-owned companies of China

Skynet 2

Telecom purged

China Telecom

Li Dongsheng

19 years

Ponzi probe

Online P2P lender suspected

Another 14 generals sacked

Sentenced to life

Sentenced

Aide jailed for life

15 years

Jailed 

Chang Xiaobing

Chinese billionaire missing

Tycoon detained by police

Guo Guangchang 

State owned enterprises targeted

SOEs

Jailed

CNPD 

2 sentenced

Jiang Jiemin 

China Unicom

China Shipping

Guo Zhenggang

Guo Boxiong

Power politics exposed 

'Wicked man wiped out' 

Xi uses symbolism to show power

Central Military Commission

2nd top soldier investigated

Military family pocketed millions

Call to pardon 2M corrupt officials

Indicted on corruption charges

Who watches the watchers?

Wealth of former security czar

CCDI

Corruption inquiry into former security chief

State Assets  Administration Commission 

Sinopec

Expelled

Su Rong 

Corruption probe

Massive corruption has a long history

Ling Jihua

Purged party official

Party official had 14 fake passports

Xu Zhiyong

'Disturbing public order'

Imprisonment without trial

abolish re-education through labour

Reform

Reform roadmap

China to abolish labour camps

Former aide on trial

China's fallen security chief

Xi Jinping

Hu Jintao  

Next

Diplomat being investigated

Zhang Kunsheng  

Zhu Mingguo

Investigated

Under investigation  

Suicide rate climbing for officials

Anti-corruption activists jailed

New Citizens' Movement 

Chinese journalists face ideology exam

Two China revolution

Premier chosen

History lesson for 'no' voter  

Xi's disappearance 2

Chinese leaders discuss reforms 

How to encourage corruption 

People's Congress approves new cabinet 

New president  

Party fixer detained

Graft probe linked

National People's Congress

Hand over begins

Wen Jiabao bows off the public stage

Military, domestic security budget increases

Central budget 2013 released

2013 Session

Chinese leaders ban lavish funerals

Political power concentrated in new committee

Third Plenum for real  

Plenary session

Key reforms

Leaders summit meeting

Li Keqiang

Zhang Dejiang

Wang Qishan

Yu Zhengsheng

Liu Yunshan

Zhang Gaoli

China's changing of the guard

Chinese leaders dismantle Jiang's last bastion

Breaking culture of impunity

Wen leaves office under cloud of suspicion

China tackles 'wasteful' ministries       

18th CPC national congress report  

Leadership shock

Jiang Zemin faction  

Hu Jintao opens congress

Congress opens, business already done

China starts leadership transfer

Heirs rise as new nobility

Wang Zhen

Revolution to riches

CCP's Eight Elders

Princelings

Power elite has a finger in every pie  

Censors block web searches

China bails out local governments

China's new helmsmen

Cleaning out China's Augean Stables

China blocks Bloomberg website  

How Jiang Zemin and son profited

Fortunes of the elite  

Family wealth   

China blocks report

Wen family hidden billions revealed

China condemns wealth story 'smear'

Wen story planted?

Wen family rejects NY Times claim

Rise in Chinese billionaires  

Billionaires by nationality

Party corruption as China's top priority 

Election fraud

CHANGSHA - More than 500 lawmakers in central China's Hunan Province have been disqualified, dismissed or resigned for electoral fraud.   (Xinhua)  

Top official sacked  

Buying votes 'costing more'

How China is ruled

China will never be a democracy

Wu Bangguo

Wen Jiabao    

'Social stability'

National People's Congress   NPC 2011

China issues white paper

China's National Defense in 2010

White paper highlights US 'competition'

China seeks to build trust

Truncheon budget

China blasts Middle East protests

China orders officials to 'make people happy'

Key points of 5-year plan

 

Graft case 

BEIJING - The government charged Lieutenant General Gu Junshan, who had been deputy director of the logistics department of the People's Liberation Army, with corruption.  (Reuters)  

Gu Junshan

Midas touch     

'Missing Commodity' scandal

Falsified gold trades

Importing without sending the price soaring

Charged 

Xu Caihou 
Retired security chief targeted 

Protege of Zhou investigated 

Life sentence

Bo Xilai    

Arrested

Accused

Official charged

Liu Tienan

'Big Tiger' targeted

Power struggles

Wang Yongchun

Chinese general caught

Power struggle

Assets seized 

Bo 'made mistakes'

Wife left after he cheated

China tightens the screw

Certain web searches now suddenly allowed  

China expels politician from legislature

Journalist helped bring down corrupt official

Neil Heywood  

Sentenced to life in prison

'Whimsical' defence as trial ends

Corruption probe

Allegations against state regulator

Official 'drowned by investigators'

Bo insists he did not abuse power

Triads and Sidewinder

'Live broadcast of a trial'   

Charged

Expelled and accused

Bo

Expelled

15 years

Doubts raised over Heywood death

Details of the trials  

SASAC  

Jiang Jiemin

Trial ends  

Wire-tapping

China crisis

Censorship abounds  

Bo Xilai’s son defends himself

Investigation   

Posts removed, websites closed in cleanup

Wife 'has confessed'

Gu Kailai  

Wife admits murder  

Persecution into profit

Details of trial  

Suspended death sentence 

Double likely used at trial  

Body double debate 

Murder due to 'breakdown'  

Murder and mystery among China's elite

Removed from politburo

Politburo member

'Vacation-style treatment'  

Confusion over leadership

Rewriting the rules

Allegations 'preposterous'    

China executes godfather

China executes top official  

Justice official executed

Graft at official celebrations  

Bo and the Macau connection  

Politically risky trial ends

Trial over   Trial begins

Officers admit to cover-up  

Wang Lijun incident

Wang Lijun

1 day murder trial  

Trial ends 

Politics of succession  

Wang Lijun's alleged defection scandal

5 conspiracy theories  

Censors fuel online frenzy  

Leaked video  

Accused of meddling  

Rise and fall of Bo Xilai  

China's conspicuous consumers

Going in negative direction

OTTAWA - Respect for human rights in China has declined over the past two years with crackdowns on media and political dissent being notable problems, says an internal Canadian government report.  (CP)

Ban access   VPN  

Political prisoner dies

Liu Xiaobo

China: Stay out of its 'domestic affairs'   

National Security Law (draft)

China to update Criminal Law

Community-based sentences 

National security laws

New security laws 

Why China censors banned Winnie the Pooh

Senior judge to be prosecuted 

Xi Xiaoming 

Former top judge faces probe

China tightens supervision of officials

China spin: human rights protection  

Concerns over Chinese detention reforms  

Criminal Procedure Law 1996   

County needs 'urgent' reform  

China vows to clean up judiciary

Huang Songyou

Supreme Court judge gets life term

China's supreme court handled 13,300 cases

Explosion

KAILI - An explosion at an illegal gambling hall in a village in southern China killed 14 people and injured 7 others.  Gambling is illegal in China and such operations are mostly connected to organized crime. Guns are strictly controlled, making homemade bombs the weapon of choice.  (AP)

Execution parade

China executes drug kingpin

Naw Kham 

Mekong River massacre

Shot dead

Most wanted shot dead

Manhunt  

Hunt for Zhou Kehua  

Hunt for killer bank robber  

On trial for murder

Ex-soldier stands trial

2013 Shanghai shooting

Social tensions' behind school attacks 

Death sentence for school attack

Another school rampage

Death toll rises

Execution

Yet another attack

Man attacks kindergarten class, kills himself

2nd attack was 'revenge'

3rd rampage  

China executes killer of school children

Stampede

Students killed in stampede

Social unrest on the rise

'Deeply evil' billionaire

BEIJING - If Chinese accounts of billionaire tycoon Liu Han are true, the well-connected kingpin was a man with two lives. There was Liu the philanthropist. Liu the political adviser. Liu the charitable.  The other life, however, was darker: Liu the warlord, the murderer, the calculating tactician who would destroy anyone who got in his way.    (Reuters)

Party officials sacked  

Sex tape scandal

China 'disables' 56 gangs

China's war on drugs

25 sentenced to death

China executes British man

7 executed 

Police break up honeypot ring

Progress in fighting mafia-style crimes

China executes drug smugglers

Drug smugglers executed

New limits on death penalty

Top court overturns 15% of death sentences

Supreme People's Court

Capital punishment in China

34 sentenced in mob trial

3 get death penalty for trafficking of women

Gang sentenced

Death sentence

Billionaire in court for murder

21 sentenced

3 sentenced to death in gang trial

Top 10 crackdowns in China 2009 

Killing spree

Death sentences

75 jailed for gang crimes

Abolishment of shooting execution

China defends execution

British anger at China execution

China defiant in face of criticism

18 jailed

'Godmother' gets 18 years

Corruption trials exposes capital of graft

2nd OC trial starts   OC trials start

Fake invoice crackdown

Sweep smashes 1,300 gangs

China executes 4 drug makers in crackdown

Next gang trial starts

Death penalty for gang crimes

Securities trader executed

5 sentenced to death

China nets 982 human trafficking rings

Execution  

Gang leader gets 20 years

6 sentenced to death

Courts convict

Police bust over 400 criminal gangs

Nearly 1,500 suspects seized

China seizes 5.48M illegal publications

'e-crime' gangs target older women

Bribery pervades list of wealthiest

Gangs of Beijing

74 convicted

Behind the risky grab

BEIJING - The arrest of former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin's key allies was preceded by months of investigating lower ranking cronies.  But Xi Jinping has recently heaved a 'Hail Mary' pass by bringing into custody prominent billionaire Xiao Jianhua. (Epoch Times)

Xiao Jianhua

Calls for 'cyber sovereignty'  

Pension relief system

Judicial system issues

On trial for torture  

Drowned by investigators

Professional opinion

 Xi Jinping

Now under arrest

Detained

Jia Qinglin

CCTV anchor taken away

Money laundering story censored

Accused of money laundering  

CCTV   Bank of China

Zeng Qinghong 

Message in decorations

Note from a Chinese labor camp

 

Newspaper strike

Party official rewrites editorial

Chen Guangcheng  

Nephew charged with manslaughter  

China's efforts to combat corruption

Judges sacked

Security inspection

6 officials sacked  

Words are crimes 

Village cut off 

Mob overturns ambulance  

Li Tie      

Writer describes 'inhumane treatment'

Christmas crackdown continues

10 years for subversion  

Black jails

'Stop sending people to labour camp'

Protesters stop project

Citizens stormed government offices

Protesters force officials to cancel project

Anger

China defines terrorism terms      

Cultural development guidelines   

China curbs 'overly entertaining' TV  

Zeng Jinyan   Hu Jia  

Occupy makes China nervous

Activist released

'Punish dissemination of harmful information'  

Concessions

Chinese village votes

9 years  

China jails writer 

Chen Wei  

China voices dissatisfaction to EU's award

Sakharov Prize 2008  

Sakharov Prize

Ailing dissident freed  

Artist and political activist arrested  

Reason behind his arrest  

Party discipline chief executed

China preparing for armed conflict

China defends Africa role  

China directing hunt  

Boycott  

China has backing of more than 100 countries

10 years    

Chinese dissidents  

Village elects new leader  

Protests of Wukan

Police teargas protesters   

Town protests against power plant  

Villagers claim small victory   

Village that fought back  

Villagers again in standoff  

Police besiege town   

Villager's death sparks national outrage

Crackdown on construction industry

Risk evaluation to cure corruption

Corruption 'still very serious'  

Officials nabbed  

There will be 'consequences'

2010 Nobel Peace Prize

China & France sign billions in deals

Chinese artist under house arrest 

Children of the revolution  

Liu Xiaobo  

New State Secrets law

Human Rights Attorney Seized

CCP's Christmas present

Trial today, prison tomorrow

Travesty of justice

Charter 08

Charter 08 petition: complete translated text

Three Christians in China secretly executed

China sect leader 'put to death'

China adopts amended state secrets law 

Ai Weiwei     

Supporting crime

Chinese anger continues

Wife under house arrest  

Award to 'criminal'  

China must abandon censorship  

CCP veterans defy censors

US defends human rights record

11 years for subversion

China building rule-of-law system

China condemns US rights record

China activist sentenced to prison

Death sentence for Chinese Christian sect trio

China gives researcher 3 years

Sentenced to death

URUMQI - A Chinese court has sentenced 8 people to death for leading terror groups and setting off explosives in two attacks that left 46 people dead in the far western region of Xinjiang, home of the Muslim Uighur minority, state media said.   (AP)

Xinjiang conflict    

Dozens killed

Xinjiang violence

China gives Xinjiang death toll

Terror trial

Peoples' war on terror

5 suicide bombers 

Clashes

12 terrorists killed

Violence 

8 terrorists killed 

Police clash with Uighurs  

6 arrested

Police shootings

2009 Urumqi riots

21 suspects prosecuted

Police capture terror gang

Police capture 75 suspects in syringe attacks

Suspects sentenced

'Needle' riots

5 dead in protests

3 suspects captured

Kunming station massacre

Separatists blamed for knife rampage

Knife wielding terrorists  

Mob attacks police station

11 killed in police station attack

Uighur separatists blamed

11 killed in raid

Outcasts, criminals & mentally ill

Hard-line

China will 'smash' Tibet separatism

5 more sentenced to death

3 more sentenced to death

5 more sentenced to death

Death sentences over riots

Police detain 82 suspected terrorists 

Market attack

2008 Kashgar attack

Terror attack kills 31

Bomb attack

China executes two Muslims

2 executed for terrorist attack

Terrorist plot suspected in attack

'Olympic terror groups' smashed

New 'official' riot numbers

Suspects in Xinjiang trained for 'holy war'

Chinese leaders

5 militants shot

Another fire death  

Tibet self-immolation fact sheet  

Ministry vows more transparency

BEIJING - China will encourage more transparency in its charitable organizations over the next five years by increasing the amount of data it publishes on the organizations and inviting the public to supervise them, according to a government blueprint.    (Xinhua)

Earthquake may have been man made

End negative quake coverage

Financial gap for reconstruction

Hundreds arrested for rioting

Chinese riots over girl's death

After the quake

2008 Sichuan earthquake

Wenzhou train collision  

Red Cross Society of China

China declares drought emergency

China turns to British charities to plug gaps

All-out effort to combat drought

School building safety program

No evidence that negligence caused collapse

5,335 students dead or missing

Chinese reveal child quake toll

Death roll remains at 68,712

Collapse of ‘tofu-dregs’ schoolhouses

Schools were shoddily built

China admits quake school defects

Baby trafficking rings busted

BEIJING - Chinese police have rescued 382 abducted babies and arrested 1,094 suspects in a national operation that busted four major internet-based baby trafficking rings.  The operation came after police in Beijing and the eastern province of Jiangsu last year found 4 websites selling babies under the cover of adoption.  (AP)

Police find child slaves

Children 'sold like cabbages'

Doctors sold babies for overseas adoptions

Calls for resignations over China slave scandal

Human trafficking report

Human trafficking gangs

Online baby trafficking crackdown

Babies stolen for foreign adoption 

Super wealthy soar

BEIJING - Although the nation's economic growth has slowed somewhat over the past year, the number of super rich people has expanded to a record high, according to the recently released China Ultra High Net Wealth Report 2014-2015.  (GOV.CN) 

Rampant cheating exposed

Beijing shuts offices to fight corruption

Senior police office given death penalty

Premier vows to increase supervision

China's economic muscle 'shrinks'

Ageing 'threatens China economy'

China National Petroleum Corporation

People's republic of offshore

Overseas trusts

Inside the global offshore money maze

Corruption campaign?

China blocks report

Internet mishap

Global meltdown-wealth  

'Mafia-style conspiracy'

Tycoon charged 

Take the money and run

Secret execution

Justice system in question

Hasty execution

River of money flows out

Global Financial Integrity

China threatens 'nuclear option' of dollar sales

Rich flee to US

Suspended death penalty for bribes

PetroChina

Economic and Security Review Commission

Anger rises as economy falls

Police detain protesters

Petitioners 'abducted'

Officials smuggled $124B out

Officials stole billions

Leaked China documents

Playing with the Dragon: Part 1

Playing with the Dragon: Part 2

Report on officials escaping overseas

How the Chinese Kleptrocracy works 

Illicit financial flows from China  .pdf 

Strike at corruption

Corruption inquiry  

Telecom swindling case

110,000 economic crimes in 2010

Report your bribe  

Officials executed

Death penalty

Economic crimes spreading beyond borders

Ministries. local governments coordinate

Death sentence for corruption

Ministry official sentenced to death

Prison sentence

Huang Guangyu  

NPC 11  

Kleptocracy  

Efforts to keep officials from leaving country 

China emerges as global consumer  

Tougher penalties on 'unexplained assets'

Fraudster executed in E China

Death sentence for billionaire  

Official sentenced to death

Mismanaged funds  

Auditors find 117 cases of embezzlement  

Former airport chief executed

China's 'pearls'  

China's investments in US up  

China doesn't need access to information laws

Communists get new ethics code  

China kicks out member of top legislature  

Accused wants info

OTTAWA - A naval engineer from Hamilton, accused of trying to spy for Beijing, is asking a federal judge for full access to information about CSIS wiretaps of the Chinese Embassy.  Qing Quentin Huang says federal secrecy has placed him in an 'impossible position' as he prepares to defend against espionage charges.   (CBC)

Factory break-in

Pelamis Wave Power 

Warning

ITF Technologies     O-Net Communications

Fraud suspect sues CBSA

Court rules for bank

2015 BCSC 590  

Former minister to see court

Misadventure

Why we shouldn't mourn CIDA   CIDA

CIDA merged with foreign affairs

Fake colleges

sdaxue.com

IPR infringements

Beijing shuts down websites for online porn 

US waived law

Dead fish in polluted river

Chemical leak

Corruption trial

Corruption arrest

Ex-minister charged  

High-speed rail in China

Bombardier in China

Liu Zhijun   

947 sentenced for food-related crimes

Counterfeit electronic parts  

Fake Chinese parts

China's regulator combats fake products

Canada dismisses US concern 

Why are jerky treats making pets sick?

 

US missiles infected with Chinese fakes

Counterfeits flood Pentagon supply chain   

C-130J Super Hercules  

Railway minister under investigation  

China's efforts in fighting porn 

Chemicals in food oil

Cooking oil secretly recalled   

Public not warned of tainted oil 

36 punished over fatal dam breach

New rules to curb corruption

China drug supervision officials

$4.6B recovered  

Anti-corruption official stands trial  

Courts ordered to severely punish crimes

$3.94B in embezzled funds recovered

General details spying

Don't drink the water

Officials sacked after pollution poisons

Half of dairy producer fail to get new licenses  

Security tight after new protest calls 

Deputy chief removed

China makes Skype illegal 

Police beat wrong woman

Pyramid sales crackdown

Pyramid scheme 

Fake invoices

Police detain 1,400 people in telephone scams

Boss replaced

Wang Lequan 

Mayor dismissed for ignoring corruption

China's top 10 toppled executives 2009

Lawmaker, tycoon stand trial

Chinese company, exec indicted

Trinkets loaded with toxic metal

China boosts auditors' power

China keeps a watchful eye on officials

Prosecutors probe 15,832 officials

Wal-Mart pulls suspect items

Tainted milk re-emerges

Tainted dairy products, again   

2008 Chinese milk scandal

Contaminated milk resurfaces

Tainted milk fears resurface  

Excessive lead levels

Jailed for 'subversion'

20M jobless migrant workers return home

Avoid involving police in rural social unrest

Move to fight corruption

Painful New Year

China and India 'top bribe list'

China banks hit for illicit loans

Courts with anti-corruption supervisors

Dozens charged in 'cover-up'

Bar raised for 'iron rice bowl' civil service jobs

Ho vows to harshly punish officials

106,626 officials punished in 2009

Governor resigns

Meng Xuenong

China cuts water to more cites

China warns Russia of toxic slick

Attempt to storm Chinese embassy

2008 Tibetan unrest

Students rally in support of homeland

Rally to support Chinese regime stance

Google translation for Pro China rally

Aqua dots recalled

Toy pulled in US

Toys 'R' Us product recalls

China unveils recall systems

NZ probes China clothing scare

NZ tests find formaldehyde in clothes

China finds poor quality on its store shelves

FDA plan to eliminate vitamin companies

FDA halts imports of some Chinese seafood

China hospitals using 'fake plasma' drip

China sets up riot police units

26 dead in China bar blaze

China to crack down on pop stars

Chinese deny creating database

Heparin contaminant

Heparin contaminated 'on purpose'

Shilling for Communism on CIDA money

Chinese chemicals flow unchecked to market

FDA finds contaminant in blood-thinner

Chinese dietary supplements contain viagra

Mattel recalls 9M more toys

Toy company boss killed himself

Fisher-Price toys with lead paint hazard

Chinese made hotel toothpaste recalled

Close half of smaller processors

Why all fakes lead to China

Comeback of poisoned pet food

China acts on food safety

FDA: Pet food tainting might be intentional

Tainted Chinese imports common

How pet food makers get their supplies

Fleeing suspects will be brought to book

Chinese bankers, wives indicted

Banking official sacked for corruption

Canada's aid seeded China dam

Officials fail to return

Beijing Olympic official sacked over corruption

Officials gambled away millions

Supreme Court VP under investigation

Auditors find more than $8B misused

Chemical commonly added to animal feed

Re-use, re-new, re-poison recycle rage

Alarm bells ring over China food imports 

This little piggy safe to eat

FDA: Pet food recall

2007 pet food recall

US files piracy complaint against China

China slams US piracy complaint

Gangsters nabbed

Tax authorities smash fake invoice scam

International money-laundering ring

Town locked down  

Pneumonic plague 

China bans lavish offices

Rehab staff 'killed web addict' 

Corruption taints every facet of life

Central bank helps $4.2B crackdown

China state media goes global

Public sceptical of per capital wage rise

3 officials sentenced for taking bribes

Alleged defrauder repatriated from Canada

Executives sentenced

Three Gorges dam money 'missing'

Three Gorges Dam

Crackdown on corruption still largely secret

Shanghai scandal 'implicates 50'

China passes new law on property

Blackmail journalism on the rise in China

Internet fuels rise in number of jailed journalists

The world's biggest propaganda agency

China officials 'defect in Paris'

Death penalty

Politburo Standing Committee of the CCP

Communist Party of China (CCP)

Politics of the of China

Regulator bans money for coverage

Senior Shanghai official held in scandal

China asks Canada to extradite banker

Party's over, China tells its corrupt party chiefs

Month of hospitality kills Chinese official

Chinese police raid illegal banks

China's warning over graft probe

Top statistician in China scandal

Budgetary funds misappropriated

China navy chief sacked for graft

Cadmium-tainted rice scandal

GUANGZHOU - The news, reported by Xinhua, that rice believed grown in China's Hunan province contains unacceptable traces of Cadmium, is the latest scandal to beset the country's food chain.  (Asia Sentinel)

Legal highs trade

Drug gangs 'expanding into growing market'

'Cancer villages'

Miners gunned down before blast

10 detained over fatal coal mine dispute  

At least 21 dead in Henan mine  

29 rescued from Sichuan mine

Over 7,000 barrels intercepted

Chemicals detected in river

Zijin faces limit on gold mining

Death toll from China coal mine rises to 161

Cover-up of deadly accident

Ammonia leak

Apartment tower collapses 

Death toll rising  

Chemical plant explosion

China gets savvier with disaster coverage  

Workplace accidents 

Coal mine blast

Chemical plant blast

15,000 to be moved

Death toll from coal mine blast rises to 43

Officials, managers arrested or sacked

13 dead in gold mine fire

Coal mine blast

18 dead in chemical explosion

More than 300 children poisoned by lead

Prison for fatal landslide

Death toil climbs

3 dead in reclamation depot poisoning

Death toll rises

Coal mine explosion 

Building collapse toll rises

Bridge collapses

Chinese factory poisons hundreds

Prime Time Crime

China Page 2