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Jun 21, 2006

Three of these four critics share a common belief—they see China rising, uninterrupted. For Albert Keidel, China is ruled not by a decaying Communist Party, but an “agile, energetic government.

Jun 21, 2006

China’s economic boom has dazzled investors and captivated the world. But beyond the new high-rises and churning factories lie rampant corruption, vast waste, and an elite with little interest in making things better. Forget political reform. China’s future will be decay, not democracy.

Jun 21, 2006

With continuous economic growth averaging an astonishing annual rate of 10 percent over the past quarter century, China has transformed its landscape, become one of the largest economic powerhouses on earth, created development opportunities for its trading partners around the world and, in the process, generated huge demands for new sources of energy and other resources.

Jun 18, 2006

A journalist draws on his experience as a Peace Corps volunteer to depict China today.

Feb 9, 2006

Paleontologists working in western China have unearthed the remains of a new species of dinosaur that is an early member of the family of dinosaurs that culminated in Tyrannosaurus rex.

Oct 12, 2005

The Congressional-Executive Commission on China has released its 2005 Annual Report.

May 15, 2005

Presented at the Conference organized by UCA on May 15, 2005 at University of Toronto by:  Prof. Charles Burton

Jan 15, 2005

"What a wonderful place to stay this must have been," wrote the Swedish explorer Sven Hedin during his second visit to the ruins of Loulan, on the eastern outskirts of China's Taklamakan Desert in March 1901, seeing in his mind's eye the vanished town on the edge of Lake Lop Nor as it must have looked 22 centuries ago.

Aug 17, 2004

Despite a spate of bombings and a huge Chinese military presence, ethnic ties in China's northwestern region of Xinjiang are enjoying their "best period in history," a regional official said on Tuesday.

Aug 17, 2004

Since the Silk Road first opened twenty centuries ago, religion has played a major role in the life of the inhabitants of the region. Buddhist temples and cave complexes, vast collections of spiritual art which demonstrate a profound effect on the Uyghur people, remain from a time when Buddhism was making its way to China.


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