Solar Panel Maker Suntech Forced Into Bankruptcy
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Villagers gather dead pigs in Jiaxing, in eastern China's Zhejiang province, on Wednesday. The number of dead pigs found in Shanghai's main river had doubled in two days to more than 6,000, the government said. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Shanghai's Dead Pigs: Search For Answers Turns Up Denials
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The Newsroom, starring Jeff Daniels, is one of the most popular American TV series in China. It's a favorite among a cadre of young, informal translators who see it as a way to challenge conventional Chinese thinking. hide caption

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Young Chinese Translate America, One Show At A Time
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When residents of the southern Chinese village of Shangpu staged an uprising, police set up a roadblock on the main road to keep outsiders away, including reporters. Here, a policeman mans the roadblock on Saturday. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Smashed and overturned cars are shown Saturday after civil unrest in the village of Shangpu in China's southern Guangdong province. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Farmers Revolt Against Government Land Grab
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Shen Lixiu, 58, says she had her front teeth kicked out in a re-education through labor camp. Chinese authorities say they are considering "reforms" to a system that is coming under increasing public criticism. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Some former prisoners of re-education through labor camps and their supporters hold signs in Beijing declaring, "No Re-education Through Labor." Popular opposition to the camps has grown as China's state-run media has highlighted particularly egregious cases. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Ex-Inmates Speak Out About Labor Camps As China Considers 'Reforms'
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This 12-story building houses a Chinese military unit allegedly behind dozens of cyberattacks on U.S. and other Western companies. It's in a modern, if bland, part of Shanghai. Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The building housing Unit 61398 of the People's Liberation Army is on the outskirts of Shanghai. A U.S. security firm claims that cyberattacks against more than 140 targets in the U.S. and other countries have been traced to the Chinese military unit in the building. AP hide caption

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U.S. Security Company Tracks Hacking To Chinese Army Unit
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China, North Korea's Closest Ally, Joins In Condemnation Of Nuclear Test
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North Korea Admits It Carried Out Nuclear Test
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The China Twist by Wen-Szu Lin chronicles the author's (ultimately unsuccessful) attempt to bring Auntie Anne's pretzels to China. Courtesy hide caption

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Auntie Anne's Pretzels In Beijing: Why The Chinese Didn't Bite
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The surprise hit Lost in Thailand, a road comedy that cost less than $5 million to make, has become China's highest-grossing domestic film. Enlight Pictures hide caption

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Move Over James Bond, China Has An Unlikely Box-Office Champ
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Tension In East China Sea Has Region On Edge
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A man sells surveillance cameras at the main electronics market in Tienhe district, Guangzhou, in southern China's Guangdong province, on Aug. 8. EPA /Landov hide caption

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In China, The Government Isn't The Only Spy Game In Town
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