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Our team of US-based journalists is most recently renowned for its Pulitzer Prize-winning revelations based on the disclosures made by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Life Drains from Little Africa as China Dream Fades for Its Fortune Seekers

Tom Phillips
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Kalifa Feika swapped Sierra Leone for southern China four years ago, determined to manufacture his fortune in the factory of the world.

Photos Show Beijing’s Militarisation of South China Sea in New Detail

Tom Phillips
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Beijing has been accused of building “island fortresses” in the South China Sea after a newspaper in the Philippines obtained aerial photographs offering what experts called the most detailed glimpse yet of China’s militarisation of the waterway.

Theresa May Pledges to Raise Hong Kong and Human Rights with China

Tom Phillips and Jessica Elgot
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Theresa May has insisted she will raise human rights and Hong Kong’s political situation with China’s leaders this week, amid criticism of Britain’s “pusillanimous” response to Beijing’s increasingly hard line.

China ‘Holding at Least 120,000 Uighurs in Re-Education Camps’

Tom Phillips
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At least 120,000 members of China’s Muslim Uighur minority have been confined to political “re-education camps” redolent of the Mao era that are springing up across the country’s western borderlands, a report has claimed.

China church demolition sparks fears of campaign against Christians

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A church in northern China was demolished this week, the second in less than a month, sparking fears of a wider campaign against Christians as authorities prepare to enforce new laws on religion.

China’s Women Break Silence on Harassment as #MeToo Becomes #WoYeShi

Tom Phillips
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Beijing’s strict social control mean few have risked speaking out about misogyny but campaigners are beginning to make their voices heard.

Thousands in China Watch as 10 People Sentenced to Death in Sport StadiumThousands in China Watch as 10 People Sentenced to Death in Sport Stadium

Benjamin Haas
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A court in China has sentenced 10 people to death, mostly for drug-related crimes, in front of thousands of onlookers before taking them away for execution.

The Traditional Chinese Dance Troupe China Doesn't Want You to See

Nicholas Hune-Brown
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Shen Yun seems like a kitsch dance troupe. But Beijing sees it as the propaganda wing of the Falun Gong movement, and a threat to their rule – and hounds the dancers from city to city, trying to sabotage their shows.

China's Debt Levels Pose Stability Risk, Says IMF

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Fears that China risks being the cause of a fresh global financial crisis have been highlighted by the International Monetary Fund in a hard-hitting warning about the growing debt-dependency of the world’s second biggest economy.

China Child Abuse Claims: Kindergarten Company Reveals More Complaints

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The major company whose kindergarten in Beijing is under investigation over child abuse allegations, has said it is aware of more complaints by parents at some of its schools elsewhere in China.

Xi Jinping Makes China’s Toilets a Number Two Priority

Benjamin Haas
Guardian
Chinese urged to ‘Advance the Toilet Revolution Steadily’ and do away with squalid communal facilities as a national imperative.

China Turns Its Back on Comrade Bob to Embrace Change in Zimbabwe

Tom Phillips
Guardian
Confirmation of Robert Mugabe’s ouster prompted revelry on the streets of Harare. “The Goblin has gone!” raved one.

Zimbabwe Army Chief's Trip to China Last Week Raises Questions on Coup

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When one of the architects of Zimbabwe’s low-key coup landed in Beijing last week he was met by two of the most senior members of the world’s largest military force.

China’s Communist Party Has Come of Age – the West Should Wake Up

Richard McGregor
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The Chinese Communist party congress displayed all the qualities beloved by Leninist institutions over the ages, of deep secrecy mixed with stern pageantry, leveraged in the service of reinforcing their leaders’ inviolate right to rule.

Xi Jinping's Leninist Quest for a Dynasty Inspires Congressional Love-In

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While the explosion of sycophancy over China’s president may seem almost comical, his reign will have ramifications far beyond the country’s borders