Share/Save

Welcome to Sinoversive!

Below, you'll see the latest news from multiple news sources across China & select cities.  These stories are aggregated from their source.  Not all stories are the full story, and when some are, the editing isn't so great.  This is not from our end, but an unfortunate feed problem on theirs.  Regardless, we link directly to the source on each story, so you can find out what's happening in China from both internal & external sources.  Stay informed!

We also offer classifieds, business listings & forums so you can ask & answer questions, or just talk about what you read, or what's on your mind.  Bookmark us, and check back often!

 

Go to:  Shanghai - Jinan - Beijing - & Introducing Car Talk Asia!

China's News Magazine FULL of News Magazines.

Protests in Hong Kong

Oct
01
Author: 

Pro-democracy demonstrators take over Hong Kong’s streets.

Posted By RSS read more

Hong Kong’s Leader Calls for Protests to End ‘Immediately’

Oct
01
Author: 
By KEITH BRADSHER

Leung Chun-ying, the city’s chief executive, gave no sign Tuesday that he was prepared to compromise with the demonstrators who have blocked major roads.

Posted By RSS read more

Hong Kong People!

Oct
01
Author: 
By LOUISA LIM

The "one country, two systems" formula Hong Kong was promised has been finally laid bare as unworkable.

Posted By RSS read more

Taiwan shows growing support for Hong Kong protests

Sep
30
Author: 
Jonathan Kaiman in Beijing

Hundreds of student protesters gather in Tapei for solidarity demonstration amid concerns over Chinas influenceAs people around the world anxiously follow the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, perhaps one audience is watching more closely than the rest.Residents of democratic, self-governing Taiwan have expressed solidarity with Chinese protesters, not least because Beijing yearns for the island to reunite with the mainland under the same arrangement that has polarised the southern city. Many Taiwanese look at the demonstrations, and see an alternate future for themselves.

Posted By RSS read more

Preventing water wars: how to build bridges over river disputes

Sep
30
Author: 
Ilmas Futehally in Mumbai

Dramatic reductions in water levels could lead to conflict. Will legal and diplomatic policies help countries to cooperate?Fifty years ago, Lake Chad in Africa had a surface area of 25,000 square kilometres. Today, it has less than 2,000. The surface area of the Aral Sea in central Asia has dropped by half, from 66,000 to 33,000 square km, and the Dead Sea in the Middle East from almost 1,000 to 650 square km.Fifty years from now, Lake Chad is at risk of disappearing altogether.

Posted By RSS read more

Hong Kong protests grow ahead of public holiday live updates

Sep
30
Author: 
Matthew Weaver

Follow live updates on the Umbrella Revolution pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong

Posted By RSS read more

Are you taking part in the Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigns?

Sep
30
Author: 
Rachel Obordo and Guardian readers

If you live in Hong Kong and are either involved or simply an observer of the events wed like to hear from you. Share your photos, videos and stories with us via GuardianWitnessThousands of Hong Kong citizens are once again protesting across the city, blocking roads and prompting the closure of banks and schools, as they stepped up their calls for democracy.Do you live in Hong Kong? Do you support the campaigns for democracy, or are you happy with the status quo? If youve taken part, or are simply an interested observer, share your images, videos and stories with us.

Posted By RSS read more

ABC comes under high-level pressure from China to call off Uighur broadcast

Sep
30
Author: 
Amanda Meade

Australias public broadcaster says it will push ahead with the episode of Foreign Correspondent on Tuesday nightThe ABC will push ahead with a broadcast on Tuesday night of a sensitive Foreign Correspondent report about the Uighur community in north-west China despite a barrage of high-level objections from Chinese authorities.When China correspondent Stephen McDonell and cameraman Wayne McAllister visited the Sunni Muslim community in the Xinjiang province to report on violence in the area they were subjected to an extreme level of surveillance and interference.

Posted By RSS read more

Hong Kongs umbrella revolution - the Guardian briefing

Sep
30
Author: 
Jonathan Kaiman in Beijing

The story behind the Hong Kong pro-democracy protestsHong Kong, one of the worlds most important financial hubs, has exploded into protest. Since Sunday night, the so-called umbrella revolution has turned the citys gleaming central business district into a virtual conflict zone, replete with shouting mobs, police in riot gear, and clouds of tear gas.

Posted By RSS read more

Hong Kongs umbrella revolution - the Guardian briefing

Sep
30
Author: 
Jonathan Kaiman in Beijing

The story behind the Hong Kong pro-democracy protestsHong Kong, one of the worlds most important financial hubs, has exploded into protest. Since Sunday night, the so-called umbrella revolution has turned the citys gleaming central business district into a virtual conflict zone, replete with shouting mobs, police in riot gear, and clouds of tear gas.

Posted By RSS read more

Pages

Subscribe to China's News Magazine FULL of News Magazines.

Shout box

AdminFixed a few lingering sql errors. Back in business.1 year 5 months ago
The ShedWe added 3 daily specials to the events list. Come down & try our great food at the Shed!1 year 10 months ago
SerinaBack in China! Woot!2 years 2 months ago
AdminClassifieds are working for the most part. Next is JOBS...2 years 7 months ago
Adminclassifieds, events & blogs are currently ready.2 years 8 months ago
You're not permitted to post shouts.