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Sinosphere: Corruption in China: Crocodile Meat, Jade, Piles of Cash

Sinosphere: Corruption in China: Crocodile Meat, Jade, Piles of Cash

Bai Enpei, a former Communist Party secretary of Yunnan Province, received a death sentence this month with a two-year reprieve on corruption charges.
Sinosphere: Corruption in China: Crocodile Meat, Jade, Piles of Cash

Sinosphere: Corruption in China: Crocodile Meat, Jade, Piles of Cash

Bai Enpei, a former Communist Party secretary of Yunnan Province, received a death sentence this month with a two-year reprieve on corruption charges.
China’s Antigraft Enforcers Take On a New Role: Policing Loyalty

China’s Antigraft Enforcers Take On a New Role: Policing Loyalty

President Xi Jinping of China at the Great Hall of the People in September. The Communist Party’s anticorruption commission has assumed a growing role as political inquisitor, investigating the
China’s Communist Party Declares Xi Jinping ‘Core’ Leader

China’s Communist Party Declares Xi Jinping ‘Core’ Leader

Members of the Politburo Standing Committee on stage at the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee meeting in Beijing on Thursday. The party elevated President Xi Jinping to the position of
Sinosphere: An Exiled Editor Traces the Roots of Democratic Thought in China

Sinosphere: An Exiled Editor Traces the Roots of Democratic Thought in China

Hu Ping, seated, speaking at Peking University in 1980. He rejects the idea that democracy is a foreign concept in China and therefore inappropriate.
With City of Towers, China Puts Its Economic Stamp on Caucasus

With City of Towers, China Puts Its Economic Stamp on Caucasus

Children on the playground of Tbilisi Sea New City, a new Chinese-built district outside the Georgian capital.
Xi Jinping Is China’s ‘Core’ Leader: Here’s What It Means

Xi Jinping Is China’s ‘Core’ Leader: Here’s What It Means

President Xi Jinping’s new title is a sign that, willingly or not, senior Communist Party officials have bowed to his dominance.
Sinosphere: To Many in China, Bai Ling’s Role in Documentary Is a Step Too Far

Sinosphere: To Many in China, Bai Ling’s Role in Documentary Is a Step Too Far

The Chinese-born Hollywood actress Bai Ling at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. Her part in a Chinese documentary on the Communists’ historic Long March upset those who see her as anti-China.
News Analysis: Xi Jinping May be ‘Core Leader’ of China, but He’s Still Really Nervous

News Analysis: Xi Jinping May be ‘Core Leader’ of China, but He’s Still Really Nervous

President Xi Jinping of China in Beijing in 2013. Mr. Xi appears politically indomitable, but officials suggest he and other party leaders are worried about the party’s capacity to weather broader,
Separatist Hong Kong Lawmakers Draw Fears of Intervention by China

Separatist Hong Kong Lawmakers Draw Fears of Intervention by China

The recently elected Hong Kong lawmaker Sixtus Leung, center with glasses, was restrained by security officers after trying to retake his oath of office on Wednesday.
The Saturday Profile: From Hong Kong Pencil Pusher to Political Firebrand

The Saturday Profile: From Hong Kong Pencil Pusher to Political Firebrand

Ms. Yau at her swearing-in ceremony on Oct. 12. She used an expletive and laid out a banner that read “Hong Kong Is Not China.”
Hong Kong Elected 2 Separatists. China Took Drastic Action.

Hong Kong Elected 2 Separatists. China Took Drastic Action.

Sixtus Leung, left, and Yau Wai-ching at a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday. The two lawmakers are at the forefront of independence efforts in Hong Kong.
Why Did Beijing Slap Down Hong Kong Separatists? To Make a Point

Why Did Beijing Slap Down Hong Kong Separatists? To Make a Point

President Xi Jinping in Beijing in October. China’s recent interference in the seating of Hong Kong’s legislature is a sign of how strongly Mr. Xi sees issues of sovereignty.
With Odes to Military March, China Puts Nationalism Into Overdrive

With Odes to Military March, China Puts Nationalism Into Overdrive

A performance in Beijing of “The Long March,” a new opera that celebrates the early days of the Chinese Communist Party.
Sinosphere: Xi Jinping Wants to Be ‘Comrade.’ For Gay Chinese, That Means Something Else.

Sinosphere: Xi Jinping Wants to Be ‘Comrade.’ For Gay Chinese, That Means Something Else.

Members of the Chinese Communist Party’s Politburo Standing Committee, including President Xi Jinping, center, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in July. The party is asking its members to
‘We Have a Fake Election’: China Disrupts Local Campaigns

‘We Have a Fake Election’: China Disrupts Local Campaigns

Casting a ballot in Beijing on Tuesday. Every five years, the government encourages people to vote in local elections, which are democratic in name only.
Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

A Walmart store in Shenzhen, China, where the company opened its first store in the country two decades ago. Some of Walmart’s workers in Shenzhen recently filed a lawsuit demanding back pay.
Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

Across China, Walmart Faces Labor Unrest as Authorities Stand Aside

A Walmart store in Shenzhen, China, where the company opened its first store in the country two decades ago. Some of Walmart’s workers in Shenzhen recently filed a lawsuit demanding back pay.
Villager’s Execution in China Ignites Uproar Over Inequality of Justice

Villager’s Execution in China Ignites Uproar Over Inequality of Justice

Jia Jinglong, an impoverished farmer who was executed for murdering a village chief with a nail gun. His execution has raised questions about whether the poor and elites are treated differently by the
Talks to Heal Catholic Rift in China Gain Momentum Under Francis

Talks to Heal Catholic Rift in China Gain Momentum Under Francis

The flag of China, which requires state oversight of Catholics, was waved near Pope Francis in St. Peter’s Square in June.