Topic: Wen Jiabao
Terrorism & Security China Japan standoff: Wen Jiabao warns of 'consequences' if boat captain isn't released
The China-Japan boat standoff escalated Tuesday with a stern warning from the Chinese prime minister, Wen Jiabao.
09/22/2010 10:00 am
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 09/21
President Obama hasn’t had much time lately for anything other than the economy, jobs, and maybe a little worrying about the midterm elections. But he’ll focus a good chunk of this week on foreign affairs when he decamps Washington for the United Nations in New York, spending the better part of three days – from Wednesday afternoon to Friday evening – on many of the bigger issues on his international plate. Here are five things Mr. Obama will do while in New York.
09/20/2010 08:26 pm
A website in China promises to deliver gripes to President Hu Jintao. Just don't write anything that 'undermines the state.' Or misspell excessively.
09/14/2010 09:57 am
China's Chen Guangcheng helped a budding civil rights movement before his arrest four years ago. His example may have inspired others, despite sharp crackdowns from the Chinese government.
09/09/2010 09:36 am
In Pictures China floods and landslides
As part of a China energy crackdown to meet efficiency targets, leaders are directing 2,000 factories to close. But it appears many of the locales have already been shuttered.
08/11/2010 11:33 am
China mudslides blocked roads and bridges on Sunday, leaving rescuers today to dig with shovels and their bare hands, occasionally finding survivors. Authorities expect the official death toll of 127 to rise.
08/09/2010 07:33 am
The China landslides that occurred Sunday took the lives of at least 127 people, but the search is on for thousands still missing.
08/08/2010 12:19 pm
The latest Chinese kindergarten murders have prompted more discussion on government response within China, which has traditionally avoided confronting mental health issues.
08/05/2010 11:34 am