Liu Yunshan

INNER SANCTUM (9): Communist Party committees keep sharp eye out,...
Signs within a Beijing university show where the offices of the Communist Party committee organization department are located. (Nozomu Hayashi)
Editor's note: This is the ninth in a series of articles on Zhongnanhai, the seclusive political enclave in central Beijing, and the power struggles that have transpired within ...
Pyongyang says willing to take China's advice to start talks
Vice Marshal Choe Ryong Hae, center, a top military official in North Korea, greets Chinese officials at the Pyongyang International Airport on May 22. (Provided by Korea News Service)
BEIJING--North Korea is willing to take China's advice and enter into talks, Chinese state television cited an envoy of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as saying, following...
INSIGHT: China Communist Youth League wins key post of vice...
Li Yuanchao, right in the front row, is elected vice president of China during a session of the National People's Congress on March 14 in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. (Soichiro Yamamoto)
BEIJING—The election of Li Yuanchao as Chinese vice president on March 14 represents a comeback for the Communist Youth League and shows the power struggle is far from over...
Xi questions propaganda chief’s handling of censorship row
Fans wait for an autograph session by popular blogger Li Chengpeng, who has criticized authorities for censorship of the Southern Weekly, in Beijing on Jan. 13. At the session, a man punched Li in the face, while another individual handed him a knife wrapped in paper. (Nobuyoshi Sakajiri)
BEIJING--In an apparent attempt to quell the uproar over censorship, Chinese leader Xi Jinping expressed displeasure toward the media control division and said he would not...
Don't expect dramatic change from China's new leaders
New Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping clap hands during a press event to introduce the newly-elected members of the Politburo Standing Committee at Beijing's Great Hall of the People on Nov. 15. (AP Photo)
BEIJING--China's ruling Communist Party unveiled its new top leadership team on Nov. 15, another all-male cast of politicians whose instincts are to move cautiously on reform.
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