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By 2020, sociologists expect an “extra” 35 million Chinese men — that's roughly the population of Canada.
Connecting the dots from 2008's Lhasa riots to the spate of at least 21 recent self-immolations.
Across the Tibetan plateau, monasteries are under tight controls.
When roadblocks fail, monks self-censor to avoid trouble.
China is quick to censor discussion about Tibet inside its own borders.
Details are scarce, but given China's security crackdown, it's clear the situation is serious.
Wang Lijun's mysterious meeting at the US Consulate in Chengdu and rumored fallout with Chongqing's party chief Bo Xilai is sparking speculation.
China apparently doesn't want any unknowns when the man presumed to be the country's next president visits the US.
Still no clear answers about what has happened to Wang Lijun, well-known corruption fighter.
Shutting down Weibo, which has 300 million users, would be too risky.
Rumor claims Chongqing's Wang Liqun asked for asylum but city government say he's undergoing "vacation-style therapy."
A new study outlines the recent increased percentage of land grabs.
Media outlets claim the tax is aimed at developing countries.
US Senator John McCain publicly challenged China on it's systematic stomping of political expression.
China has ratcheted up security in Tibetan region, cutting internet and phone service.
China's housing market limits mortgage loans for non-Chinese citizens to stem foreign investments.
Journalists are barred from Tibet as tensions rise.
China seems to be building their diplomatic efforts, literally.