After the June 4 massacre, most media around the world published the picture of an unarmed young man using his body to block a tank from moving forward. The young man was Wang Weilin. Foreign media even called him the hero…
Former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Jiang Zemin has been “placed under control” by the authorities in China, says an inside source.
Jiang Mianheng, son of Jiang Zemin—ex-chief of the Chinese Communist Party—is poised on the brink of a huge downfall.
Jiang Zemin, once chief of the Chinese Communist Party, is an unsavory character, and his outbursts over the years have provided people with plenty of material for puns.
As thousands gathered to see in the New Year in Shanghai, 36 people were killed and 49 injured in a tragic stampede in the riverfront zone of the Bund.
Well it’s been coming for a while, Zhou Yongkang, the former member of the nine-member Politburo Standing Committee, China’s most powerful political body, has been formally arrested.
Bloggers in China can be very creative when making statements about politics, although Internet censors usually track down and “harmonize” their work pretty quickly.
Former communist leader Jiang Zemin isn’t a photogenic guy, and this photo is particularly toadish. But that’s not why it got wiped off Sina Weibo by mainland censors.
Ahh, what a cute photo of a little mouse hanging onto the back of a toad swimming in a river… Wait, why is this being blocked on Weibo?
The People’s Liberation Army General Hospital in Beijing got a minor facelift on August 5, when the characters installed by ex-president Jiang Zemin were wiped off its walls.