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Latest Beijing Police Items
As Chinese career trajectories go, wealthy businesswoman Wang Ying's has taken an unusual turn. She quit her job as head of a private equity fund to become a full-time political critic.
Do you lack a sense of direction? Then you're probably a woman, according to the Beijing police. Do you have problems braking? Then you're probably a woman, according to the Beijing police.
Police announced Wednesday the arrests of five people in connection with this week's suicide car crash in the heart of China's capital, calling it a planned terror attack — Beijing's first in recent history — and identifying the attackers as members of a Muslim minority.
Commentators in the People's Liberation Army (PLA) are cheering the government crackdown on online opinion leaders.
First, videos of rude foreigners went viral in Chinese cyberspace.
A Chinese activist known for pushing legal issues and backing a jailed Nobel peace laureate went on trial Friday on a vaguely worded charge, reinforcing Beijing's sweeping crackdown on dissent.
Nearly 50 members of an underground Beijing church were detained Sunday and its leaders were kept under house arrest as part of a crackdown on the unregistered congregation, a U.S.-based rights group said.
Beijing police on Sunday detained dozens of worshippers from an unapproved Christian church who were trying to hold services in a public space after they were evicted from their usual place of worship, a parishioner said.
The last time prominent Chinese lawyer Jiang Tianyong was seen or heard from, he was visiting his brother in a Beijing suburb. Police grabbed him and threw him into a waiting van, pushing aside his elderly mother who had clung on to the vehicle.