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Jim Yardley

China’s spectator Muslims
Sun, Feb 26, 2006


Down on the Farm, by the Golf Course
Sun, Nov 13, 2005

For the past month or so, a hunched man with watery eyes and stained teeth named Xi Qiuyuan has raked piles of corn to dry in the sun. Then...

Says anti- succession law not a war bill
Tue, Mar 15, 2005

Prime Minister Wen Jiabao on Monday defended a newly approved law that could authorize a military attack to prevent Taiwan from seeking inde...

Dark water: Deadly fever lurks in a Chinese lake
Wed, Feb 23, 2005

Had she been younger, Liao Cuiying might have been mistaken for pregnant, standing beside a watery ditch with a hard, distended belly that s...

China moves to correct an imbalance
Tue, Feb 01, 2005

For farming families in the lush mountains of coastal Fujian province, the famous crop is oolong tea and the favorite source of labor is son...

For students, 1989 not even a memory
Sun, Jan 23, 2005

For Yu Yang, a mop-haired biology major, the small notice posted this week on Beijing University’s website about the death of a former ...

Tiananmen’s Zhao, ahead of his time, dies at 85
Tue, Jan 18, 2005

Zhao Ziyang, former general secretary of China’s Communist Party who was stripped of power for supporting students during their 1989 pr...

Peering over Great Wall
Thu, Jan 06, 2005

China's response to the tsunami disaster shows the nation’s limitations as an aspiring superpower, despite its new and growing influenc...

Foul air, murky water and a bully pulpit in China
Sun, Sep 26, 2004

For the bureaucrats in the Chinese Communist Party, a cardinal rule of political self-preservation might be this: better not stand out too m...

China on a high
Thu, Oct 16, 2003

The Chinese spacecraft Shenzhou 5 blasted off from the Gobi Desert on Wednesday carrying a single taikonaut. The launching left government l...