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Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court of China, speaks to the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 12. Chinese authorities are waging a major campaign against corruption, and that includes a list of 100 suspects believed to be overseas. Many are former officials who are thought to have fled to the U.S. or Canada. Lintao Zhang/Getty Images hide caption

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When Corrupt Chinese Officials Flee, The U.S. Is A Top Destination

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China Encourages U.S. Cooperation In Catching Corrupt Officials Overseas

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A woman smokes a cigarette in a Beijing shopping market, even though the practice is now banned inside public spaces. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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How Does A City Stop 4 Million Smokers From Lighting Up?

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U.S. Criticizes China For Construction In South China Sea

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U.S., Other Countries Watch China's Movement In South China Sea

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Tensions Continue Over Disputed Islands In South China Sea

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First-graders take soccer class at the Nandulehe Elementary School in suburban Beijing. The school is one of 20,000 that's launching a national soccer curriculum in the next five years. It's part of a government plan to raise China's soccer skills and eventually, China's leaders hope, host and win a World Cup. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China Kicks Off 'Great Leap Forward' On The Soccer Field

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U.S. Charges 6 Chinese Nationals With Stealing Tech Secrets

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Tensions In South China Sea Loom Over Kerry Visit

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U.S. Raises Opposition To China's Moves In South China Sea

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Not exactly what that's for: Two tourists climb on a statue in Huayin, China, near Huashan, or Mount Hua, a famed tourist destination, in May 2013. ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images hide caption

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For Chinese Tourists Behaving Badly, A Government Blacklist

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China Promises $46 Billion To Pave The Way For A Brand New Silk Road

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A forest worker fells palm trees on an illegal palm oil plantation in the province of Aceh, Indonesia. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Palm Oil Plantations Are Blamed For Many Evils. But Change Is Coming

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Chinese Women's Rights Activists Released From Jail

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Best-selling author Liu Cixin's science fiction books are breaking new ground in China's literary world. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Cultural Revolution-Meets-Aliens: Chinese Writer Takes On Sci-Fi

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