Nine-year-old jokingly observes that China’s president might like to lose some weight, but censors don’t get the joke.
He presides over a one-party state that silences its critics ruthlessly. But China’s President Xi Jinping is not only wildly popular in his own country, he could be the most popular world leader globally, a new survey shows.
Unusual admission comes after teenager, executed for murder in 1996, was finally exonerated for the crime.
Airline passengers go berserk, apparently in anger over their seating arrangements.
Police issue list of suspicious activities in restive western province of Xinjiang, including abstaining from alcohol, abusing people who dress fashionably and owning dumbbells and boxing gloves.
Officers arrested about 200 activists who had mounted a final sit-in as part of a civil disobedience campaign.
A court order paves the way for police to clear most of the main camp; the operation is set to begin Thursday.
China’s campaign to rein in graft launched with huge fanfare last year. It doesn’t seem to be working.
Police arrested two student leaders at the forefront of the pro-democracy movement.