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  • Leaked files reveal offshore holdings of rich, politically connected

    Leaked files reveal offshore holdings of rich, politically connected
    BEIJING -- From the brother-in-law of Chinese President Xi Jinping to a daughter of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos, thousands of the rich and politically connected have been outed as having secret offshore holdings.
  • China's leaders rethink growth model as economy runs out of steam

    China's leaders rethink growth model as economy runs out of steam
    BEIJING — The Chinese leadership is hyping a Communist Party meeting that began Saturday as the greatest financial rethink since leader Deng Xiaoping launched China's economic revolution in the late 1970s. In keeping with past patterns, the...

    Jonathan Gold | Restaurant review: Hunan Mao for fish heads and fire

    Jonathan Gold | Restaurant review: Hunan Mao for fish heads and fire
    When you tell somebody about a Hunan restaurant, always begin with the steamed fish head. The fish head will be large, probably from an enormous carp or similar freshwater species, thus comical, and it will be frosted with the chopped blend of dried,...

    Escaped Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng speaks out [Video]

     
    After escaping from house arrest, blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng issued a dramatic video message calling on Premier Wen Jiabo to protect his family, punish the people who had attacked them and combat corruption, recounting alleged abuses he and...

    Secretary Clinton all but mum on Chen Guangcheng case

     
    Hours before she was scheduled to leave for China on Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton avoided giving details about how the U.S. would address the plight of a blind Chinese dissident who escaped from house arrest.