Within days, Beijing’s faucets are expected to begin spewing water that has traveled hundreds of miles to the capital from Hubei Province via one of the world’s most ambitious, and controversial, engineering projects.
The move is widely seen as a sign of greater Chinese commitment to United Nations peacekeeping efforts and of Beijing's wishes to step up protection of its commercial interests in ...READ MORE
Jaycee Chan, who the police said had tested positive for marijuana, was one of the most prominent targets in a crackdown on illegal drug use in Beijing last year. Source:: ...READ MORE
The police detained Zhang Miao in October while she was trying to attend an event in Beijing in support of the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement. Source:: German Newspaper Details Detention ...READ MORE
After a visit by city officials, it was determined that a private club occupying areas in the two temples was an “unlicensed business” and that there were serious lapses by ...READ MORE