In today’s NTD China News, Chinese leader Hu Jintao warns the problem of corruption could be fatal to the Communist Party. Hu pledged political reform during Thursday's opening of the 18th Party Congress, but analyst say that unless the Communist Party gives up its single-party rule, there will be no real reform.
As the communist party enters its fifth generation of unelected leaders, we take a look back at some of the unspoken legacies of past leaders, including atrocities that remain taboo topics inside China.
Chinese Internet users experience a major slowdown as the Party meeting takes place.
A record number of Tibetans have self-immolated to protest against communist rule. Six confirmed cases have happened over 48 hours, with at least three deaths reported.
The United States has approved a five-year anti-dumping subsidy plan on Chinese solar panels.
The Chinese regime imposes duties on steel pipes from Europe and Japan.
Doctors accepting drug rebates raises ethical questions in China.