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Why Does the Chinese Government Love Natural Disasters? China Uncensored

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A collapsed bridge in Houxing. Image: author's own. China has ...

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Rescue workers among the rubble of Beichan in Sichuan

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China and the USA are now at war with another…a trade war. The old adage “all is fair in love and war” applies here too. The Chinese government has warned ...

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Chinese grandparents took their grandchild to a public park in Beijing. The Chinese government announced

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The Yellow River as passes through Yonghe County in Shanxi province. Photo: Xinhua

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China's Earthquake Memorial Museum Looks Just Like A Natural Disaster

A woman in China's Zhejiang province surveys the ruins of her house, which was destroyed

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China's losing its taste for nuclear power. That's bad news.

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A port in Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province

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A Chinese man stands alone to block a line of tanks heading east on Beijing's Cangan Blvd. in Tiananmen Square on June 5, 1989.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Chinese President Xi Jinping along the East Lake, in Wuhan, China on April 28, 2018. (Photo: Press Information Bureau, ...

Ren Yingying and her husband Wen Zhiqiang at work (Image: Love Village Farm)

China's losing its taste for nuclear power. That's bad news. - MIT Technology Review

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Residents watch the flood peak at the flooded river bank of Longwangmiao water area where the

The Chinese government has a record of success in promoting revisionist history to mask the truth about events like Tiananmen Square, according to Rowena ...

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What appear to be radar installations can be seen on Mischief Reef in the South China

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China is the greatest, growing threat to America

Peppa Pig's banning in China was only the tip of the iceberg when it came to

TRADE IS A TWO-WAY STREET. “

Chinese examinees walk towards an exam site to attend the 2015 China national civil service examination

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Chinese and U.S. flags are arranged during the third annual U.S.-China Strategic and Economic

An injured person is evacuated after a magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit Longtoushan town, Ludian county

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A temporary shelter site for people displaced by the earthquake, in Longmen Township in Lushan County, Sichuan Province, China

Debts of the US Government

Figure 1: Official fatality reports for the Wenchuan M8 earthquake as a function of time. Squares show fatalities, triangles show the sum of fatalities plus ...

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On the other hand, China's need for oil and gas is increasing day by day. In order to meet this oil and gas demand, China began to cooperate with Central ...

A graveyard of Bluegogo shared bikes at a parking lot in Shenzhen, a city in

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The devastation from the Sichuan earthquake was immense; the recovery, impressive.

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The release of smoke and steam from a Chinese chemical plant fills the sky (Image: Lu Guang / Greenpeace)

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The Tianjin disaster has highlighted the costly problem of industrial pollution on China's soil