Jiang Zemin

 
A tale of two Chinas: The story of South Africa's switch from Taipei to Beijing
A tale of two Chinas: The story of South Africa's switch from Taipei to Beijing
It is 20 years since South Africa and the People’s Republic of...
Snowden hopes to leave Moscow airport on Wednesday
Snowden hopes to leave Moscow airport on Wednesday
Anatoly Kucherena, who helped the American file his bid for temporary asylum in Russia on July 16, said on Monday that former US spy agency...
Reports of China ex-leader's death fuels rumour mill
Reports of China ex-leader's death fuels rumour mill
Chinese state media denied rumours on Thursday that former president Jiang Zemin had died after a Hong Kong tv station said he had, sparking a wave...
China's censors scrub rumours of ex-leader dying
China's censors scrub rumours of ex-leader dying
Rumours that retired Chinese leader Jiang Zemin was dead or dying raced through China's internet on Wednesday, sending censors into overdrive to...
China's vice-president loses post in party reshuffle
China's vice-president loses post in party reshuffle
Chinese President Hu Jintao's most powerful rival in the politburo has been pushed into retirement in a reshuffle of the communist party's inner...
Rising stars in China Party promise gentler growth
Rising stars in China Party promise gentler growth
Two men widely tipped as future leaders of China gave glimpses of their agenda on Tuesday, promising gentler, more environmentally sound growth, a...
China frees New York Times reporter
China frees New York Times reporter
A Chinese journalist jailed while working for the New York Times was released on Saturday, ending a controversial prison term that highlighted the country's tough media controls....

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