Stories for: Jonathan Kaiman

Chinese women move up ranks of super-rich

BEIJING: Half of the world’s wealthiest female billionaires are Chinese, according to a respected ranking ...

Corruption infects China’s healthcare

BEIJING: On a summer day about a month before Chinese authorities revealed explosive bribery allegations against the...

China’s ex-railway minister sentenced to death for graft

HONG KONG: A Beijing court has sentenced China's former minister of railways Liu Zhijun to death, with a two-year...

Soul-searching in China

A CAR thief in north-eastern China who discovered a baby boy asleep in a stolen 4x4 killed him and buried the corpse in the snow.

Finnegans Wake a hit in China

AFTER spending eight years translating the first third of James Joyce’s famously opaque novel Finnegans Wake into Chinese, Dai Congrong assumed it was a labour of love rather than money. The book’s language is

‘Grand Canyon’ dams

CHINESE environmental groups warn that government plans for a slew of hydroelectric dams on the pristine Salween (Nu) river — often called the Grand Canyon of the east for its deep valleys and sweeping views — could

Quebec shooting rekindles fears

Reports that the gunman at a Parti Quebecois victory rally muttered “the English are waking up” in accented French while being escorted to a police cruiser will send a chill through Canada.


A reign of fear

Auction mania

Two sides of one coin

New status for TTP?


Too much for too little

The name of the game

Roles reversed

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