Save China's Tigers!
Xinhua Net

  Online News Worldwide
  C H I N A
 Author: Mario Profaca

U.S. Spy Plane Standoff
Latest news about that
7am China Wire
Xinhua News Service
Xinhua News Flash
Lingshui military airfield
Lingshui intelligence base
Wang Wei, missing F-8 jet fighter pilot

Xinhua NetPlease wait ...   Loading ...
Special Report: US-China Relations Falun Gong
 Chinese Espionage Cox Report News China denies stealing neutron secrets
Thursday, July 15, 1999 (BBC World)
China says it has independently mastered the technology needed to build a neutron bomb - a nuclear weapon that produces extremely high levels of radiation. The announcement is being seen as the most exhaustive attempt so far to discredit a US Congressional report earlier this year alleging China stole America's nuclear secrets.
BBC Video
BBC Diplomatic Correspondent Bridget Kendall: "President Lee's statement is a risk"

At a news conference in Beijing on Thursday, government spokesman Zhao Qizheng angrily denounced the American allegations as "a slander on the Chinese people and our scientists."
Beijing's decision to release the information comes at a sensitive time in the region and for relations with the US. China is currently engaged in an escalating war of words with Taiwan over the island's efforts to gain formal recognition as a fully independent state. US President Bill Clinton is also under pressure at home over his policy of engaging China through trade while not doing enough to protect US military secrets.

For more China related information, please search Mario's SPY NEWS Archive
Mr Zhao said technological breakthroughs made by Chinese scientists had paralleled those of their US counterparts.
He added the charges of theft contained in a report by Republican Congressman Christopher Cox had obvious "racist" overtones.
"The Chinese can't be as smart as the Americans, therefore they must have stolen the technology," Mr Zhao said sarcastically.
  ( Full story)

CIA veteran traces long course of support for Tibet guerrillas
Wednesday, July 7, 1999 (The Boston Globe)
As a young CIA operations officer in 1958, John Kenneth Knaus was asked to lecture on Sino-Soviet relations to a group of men identified only as "Asians" at a covert site near Washington. But realizing that his audience was Tibetan "trainee guerrillas," including a brother of the Dalai Lama, Knaus scrapped his "standard semi-academic presentation" in favor of what he hoped would be "a useful exposition of how their fight was related to the free world's stand against communism."
Now retired from the CIA and an associate at Harvard's Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Knaus recounts the story of the Tibetan resistance and the CIA's role, in an absorbing and valuable book, resisting the temptation to turn the story into a personal memoir.
  ( Full story)

NATO attack Chinese Embassy NATO attack Chinese Embassy  Beijing TV live
Beijing TV live

 NATO regrets
 NATO regrets

 At Least Three Killed in NATO Air Raid on Chinese Embassy
 China Strongly Condemns NATO Bombing CCTV Special: KOSOVO
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences They Call This Intelligence?
ABC News
The NATO bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Yugoslavia is just the latest in a string of CIA mistakes. Take a look at an array of deadly mishaps.

Doubts About a Bombing
ABC News
The CIA may have ignored a mid-level official’s warning that the target NATO had chosen in Belgrade was not what they thought. NATO bombed the Chinese Embassy, and U.S.-China relations are still suffering, with new slights reported.

Two China Embassy Victims Called Spies

The New York Times
June 25 1999

Intelligence failure blamed for bombs
By Joyce Howard Price
The Washington Times
May 10 1999

CIA slipup behind bombing
By Jim Abrams
Associated Press
The Detroit News
Washington - Defense spy chiefs say faulty information led to mistaken strike on Chinese Embassy. A CIA error that was based on faulty information and then went undetected in subsequent checks.

Chinese Embassy was on the target list
Serbia Info News / "Sunday Times", www serbia-info com news, Sunday Times, Tanjug, May 09 1999
BEIJING, May 8 (Xinhua) -- The government of the People's Republic of China issued a statement here this morning, in which it lodged the strongest protest against the NATO bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Yugoslavia.
"The Chinese government and people express their utmost indignation and severe condemnation of the barbarian act," it said. "The U.S.-led NATO should bear all responsibilities arising therefrom," it stated.
The Chinese government reserves the right to take further actions on the matter, it said.
U.S.-led NATO forces dropped three missiles from different angles on the embassy of the People's Republic of China in Yugoslavia at midnight Friday.
The building of the embassy was seriously damaged. At press time, two had been confirmed dead while more than 20 were injured with two others missing.
CCTV Special: KOSOVO Sun Tzu : (500 BC)
The Use of Spies
CIA: (2500 years after) The Use of Journalists Home | FreeMail | Search | WebGuide | CityGuide |
Download | Community | Help | About |

XINHUA News Agency
Human Rights Records in the United States
BEIJING, March 1, 1999 (Xinhua) -- A signed article by Ren Yanshi entitled "Human Rights Records in the United States" was published here today. Following is the full text of the article. On February 26 the United States issued its "1998 Human Rights Report".
U.S. Human Rights Report - Chinse Supplement Posing as a "human rights judge" once again, it attacked the human rights records of more than 190 countries and regions. Ignoring the actual situation, the report blamed China for committing "widespread and well documented human rights abuses," but did not say a single word about the human rights problems in the United States. (Full text)
Ren Yanshi on U.S. Human Rights Records
Human Rights Records in United States
Two sentenced for subverting state
Qin guilty for illegal party
Subversive acts deserve punishment
A Knot to Be Untied-Differences on Human Rights
Between China and the West
Peace Development and, Human Rights
China Issues Commentary on US Human Rights Report
Chinese Guaranteed Fuller Human Rights
China has Worked Unremittingly for Human Rights
Official Criticizes Human Rights Watch for Report
Chinese Scholars Refute US Human Rights Report
A Look at the U.S. Human Rights Record
China's Rebuttal of US Human Rights Reports
Peace,Development and Human Rights

China Central Television. NEWS

China Window
Beijing Window
Fujian Window
Hainan Window
Hebei Window
Henan Window
Hunan Window
Liaoning Window
Shaanxi Window
Shandong Window
Shanghai Window
Shenzhen Window
Suzhou Window
Tianjin Window
Wuhan Window
Yunnan Window
Zhongshan Window
Zhuhai Window
China Window
NorthAmerica Edition

Beijing Review
(cibtc, China)(English!)
Beijing Review mirror (ihep)
Beijing Review
at China-Window mirror

Must read: "News Briefing by
Chinese Foreign Ministry"

Shi Chang Bao
(Chinese gb Only)

China Daily


Jie Fang Daily
Guang Zhou Daily

(Chinese gb)

Chinese Journals Database

(ANU, Australia, Chinese gif")


(chisa, China, Chinese hz, gb ok!)

Digest of Jie Fang Daily

(Chinese gb)

Xin Min Evening News

Digest of Shanghai Xinmin Evening Daily

(Chinese gb)

Shanghai Star



(Asian-Pacific BBS InfoLink)

Asia, Inc. Online
Asian Business Daily
China Daily
CNS - China News
CNS Business & Economic News
CNS Chinese News Services
CNS English News Services
CNS News Pictures Archive
Global Chinese Electronic Daily News [GB]
Knight-Ridder Financial News
Lianhe Zaobao

(Asia One) [Big-5]

Newsbytes Pacifica
Shanghai Star
Shanghai Xinmin Evening Daily
Shichang bao
Shijie ribao
World Wide News Network


Finding News About China
ClariNet news:
China News Digest
Sing Tao Ltd.
ComStar Homepage
China Business Journal
(China Business Journal (CBJ) Web page offers $30 (U.S.) per month subscription information only) It's an online daily news published 7 days a week. The subscriber can get the CBJ daily news by E-mailed on the Internet, American Online, Prodigy etc., network service. CBJ is trying to offer updated economic news from China to let our readers have on-time information in hand to handle business with China.

Chinese Magazines
A well laid out guide to chinese news sources at Chinascape' Chinese Web Index including China related News in Chinese, News in English News in French, Voice News, News Agencies, NewsGroups and Other News Indices
Chinese Student Magazine in UK
Chinese Information & Networking Association
What's New in WWW Asian Studies,

Online Newsletter, More detailsof new or significantly improved networked resources added to this newsletter on a request basis.

The Chinese Finance Association (USA)
Weekly newsletter

For more informations about the Chinese Finance Association contact Steve Sun

ZWWWZ's China/Chinese Related
    WWW Resource Catalogue
Chinese Language Related Information Page

Multilingual Software

Chinese Computer Digest
Chinese CD-ROM
Chinese Software Digest

For further information on Multilingual
Software Digest send e-mail to:
ComStar Company (

Netsurfing in Chinese
Learn Mandarin using VOA

Experimental intermediate Madarin site
using material from Voice of America.

Reach for Mandarin

On-line Chinese language learning (with sound).

Audio Tutorial of Survival Chinese
Chinese Software Archive

Software and fonts for about any platform you want.

Chinese Mac information

Contains ChineseTalk II and English Word
(Chinese-English word processors).

Chinese Mac Computing

Computing in Chinese on the Mac.
Includes Chinese Netsurfing info.

Languages and Dialects in China

An online book exploring the many languages of China.

The Chinese-Language-Related Information Page

A comprehensive navigational tool for Chinese-language-related resources.

English-Chinese bilingual Poisons Information Database (PID)
Constitution of People's Republic of China
China Law & Regulations


General Introduction to the Establishment
of the Legal System of China.

(at University of Texas)

Chinese Law Net
Chinese Government Agencies (address & phone no.)
Amnesty International on China
Chinese Declaration of Human Rights
China Human Rights Practices, 1993

(from U.S. Department of State)

Glossary of Hong Kong Terms

Digital Chinese Library -Reference Desk

(from UC Berkeley)

Essays and Articles by Wei Jingsheng

(from Cornell Univ.)

Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu
China Homepage
ChinaNet Home Page
China Home Page at Cernet
Yahoo's Chinese Culture Links
Chinese Philosophy Page
Yahoo's China Links
Chinese Associationat Rutgers University
Tony Zhang's Chinese Connection
Jian-hua Tu's Chinese Links
Benjamin T Wang's Window on China
Wuhong Li's China Connection
Heng Yuan's Chinese Web Directory
HanWang Yuan's Chinese Page
Chinese Related Resourcesat Dartmouth
Chinese Stuffat Purdue
Chinese Regional Information
City.Net: China

(cities and provinces)

About China
China Home Page
International Symposium on Parallel Architectures,
Algorhitms and Networks

(June 12-14, 1996, Beijing, China)

ASPAC 1996: A Reginal Conference
of Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast

Chinese Studies Related Conference
Third International Symposium on Experimental and
Computational Aerothermodynamics of Internal Flows

(September 1-6, 1996)

UN fourth World Conference on Women

(1995 Beijing China)

Music Event Calendar
Cui Jian US Concert Tour '95
Shanghai Pictures
Scenery Pictures of China
Chinese Universities
Chinese Commercial Law Web Page
Page about Commercial Law of the People's Republic of China. Includes the following areas of interest: Wuhan University, City of Wuhan, Changes in Chinese Law, Files in Chinese Language, School of Law, China Law Books, China Law & Regulation, Intellectual Property Law of China and Hong Kong

Asian-American Business Association
Trade Shows- China
China Trade Expo '95,Los Angeles
Shanghai Sports Expo
'95 China International Exihibition

(Nov.9, 1995 - Jan.9,1996)

ShangriLa Home Page
IU and other Chinese Student Associations in US

The Southwest China

China's largest and most populous province in southernwest China.
Population:101,120,000 Chengdu(capital):2,540,000 Chongqing:2,730,000
China Universities and Institutes
Chongqing Jianzhu University
(the former Chongqing Institute of Architecture and Engineering) is one of the national key universities accredited by the State Education Commission, and is directly under the Ministry of Construction of the People's Republic of China.
My Hometown Chongqing

Boer Zhao's Home Page. Includes some information about Chongqing.

About Chongqing
Yangzi dam at Sandouping
Future of controversial Yangtze dam

"Future of controversial Yangtze dam rests with
shifting political fortunes", by Lidia Lum, Houston Chronicle
ChinaWorks: Chongqing
100 Gateway Cities: Chongqing

One of the metropolises in China, Chongqing (chong-cheeng),
meaning "repeated good luck", Sichuan Province. Population: 3,646,000
Chongqing's home page (in English)
Chongqing Page (in French)
Chongqing Page (in Chinese)
Lodging in Chongqing
Views of Chongqing

The beautiful mountain city Chongqing is located at the juncture
of the Changjiang and Jialing rivers in the southeast of China's Sichuan Basin.
Chongqing Municipal Delegation Tours North America
Chongqing Municipal Delegation headed by Mr. Zizhong Liu,
Mayor of Chongqing visited Toronto from Nov. 13, 1995 to Nov. 21, 1995
Jun Ye Home Page
Lubin Chen Home Page
ITOCHU's Global Network