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Ethel Rosenberg's orphaned son says, 'Scream bloody murder' for Bradley Manning
An 'Heir to an Execution' speaks out for Manning, 60 years after his parents' death at the hands of the state.
Mar 7th, 2013
Foreigners don't know beans about China, says NPC official: The SinoFile
With deep uncertainties looming in the future for the stability of China's rise, it seems some in Beijing have forgotten the foremost lesson of Deng Xiaoping's development project.
Mar 4th, 2013
CNOOC optimistic about Nexen buy amid FIPA controversy: The SinoFile
The company cites Chinese politics and economy as a reason why the deal may not end up as planned.
Feb 26th, 2013
Jack Andraka launches petition for Open Access
The teen prodigy who revolutionized cancer treatment is now fighting to secure Open Access in the United States.
Feb 22nd, 2013
Hupacasath First Nation files affidavits in case against China-Canada FIPA: The SinoFile
A BC First Nation formally launches its campaign against the FIPA deal.
Feb 19th, 2013
Vancouver's Chinese pop star to draw in tourism: The SinoFile
Did you know there was a Chinese pop star in Vancouver? Well now she's bringing in the tourism dollars.
Feb 15th, 2013
Local meteorite law expert on who gets to own meteorite
If you manage to survive a meteor explosion, do you get to keep pieces of the space rock?
Feb 15th, 2013
North Korea's nuclear test triggers social media firestorm in China: The SinoFile
And some are angry at the amount of humanitarian aid being funneled into what many are calling a rogue nation.
Feb 12th, 2013
Beijing says you CAN get married in the Year of the Snake: The SinoFile
Chinese New Year ushers in yet another crackdown on rumors.
Feb 11th, 2013
What do Boko Haram and the Taliban have in common? It’s not what you think
The past few weeks have seen the shooting of polio vaccinators in Pakistan and Nigeria, the attempted destruction of the ancient library of Timbuktu in Mali, and yet more civilian deaths from...
Feb 10th, 2013