Communist Party Of China

Latest Communist Party Of China Items
  • Inside China

    The late Chinese scientist and defector Qian Xuesen won lavish praise from Chinese Communist Party leaders in early December on 100th anniversary of his birth.


  • Illustration: Bowing to Beijing

    DECKER & TRIPLETT: China's ruling elite

    One of the most widely believed myths about China today is that market reforms, a growing economy and a purportedly more progressive government are leading to a new age of opportunity. PRC propagandists point out that the country's middle class has grown from nothing a few decades ago to 100 million or so in 2010.


  • Inside China

    China on Sept. 29 successfully launched its first space lab, the 8½-ton station called Heavenly Palace-1.


  • Inside China

    The lead article the Chinese Communist Party newspaper Global Times on Tuesday contained an alarming call for a declaration of war against Vietnam and Philippines, two nations that in recent weeks launched the loudest protests against China's sweeping maritime sovereignty claims over the South China Sea.


  • **FILE** U.S. Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. (left), U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke (second from left) and Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi (right) talk after Biden's arrival at the Capital International Airport in Beijing on Aug. 17, 2011. (Associated Press)

    Chinese think tank also serves as spy arm

    A recent CIA report reveals a Chinese "think tank" is also an intelligence operation.


  • Embassy Row

    A writer for a Chinese Communist Party newspaper claims he got death threats after criticizing U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, the Chinese-American diplomat who is wildly popular among Chinese bloggers.


  • Inside China

    The Air Force Academy recently purchased 25 advanced trainers from Cirrus Aircraft for its powered-flight program, an integral part of the cadets pilot training.


  • With a backdrop of a portrait of China's late communist leader Mao Zedong, center, a Chinese paramilitary policeman, right, stands still while another yawns while marching, in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on Friday, June 4, 2010. Chinese authorities tightened security on the vast square during the anniversary of the deadly 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protestors, which was marked Friday. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

    LEE: China's exports don't fuel boom

    Marking the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party last Friday, President Hu Jintao told colleagues the party's survival depends on the twin pillars of economic growth and social stability. While China undoubtedly needs both for the party to remain in power, the dilemma for the country's leaders is that the way China achieves rapid economic growth is increasingly the reason behind growing instability in Chinese society. In fact, loosening rather than tightening its grip on power is more likely to ensure that there is harmony rather than turmoil throughout China.


  • China launches star-studded propaganda movie

    Chinese movie stars gathered Wednesday to launch a blockbuster movie celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party.


Happening Now