Has the Anti-Graft Campaign Peaked With the Fall of Zhou Yongkang?

NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The October issue of NewsChina magazine highlights the following headline topics:

The Cover Story "Titan Falls" An exposure of the business empire established by the family of former security chief Zhou Yongkang reveals how the CPC's anti-graft campaign is examining the close relationship between money and power, even in the highest echelons of the Party.

Economy: Absolute Advocate His full confidence in a self-regulated market has kept Peking University Professor Zhang Weiying controversial.

Culture: Staying Out of Step One of the most popular and controversial figures in China's literary and pop culture scene, Han Han recently made his first foray into China's mainstream movie industry. Will he be a force to be reckoned with?

Special Report: The Blue Collar Boot Camp China's biggest private vocational school is seen as the Harvard of technical professionals. Since its inception three decades ago, the school has become a fount of China's most skilled barbers, chefs, builders and mechanics.

International: Old War, New Lessons In the context of rising regional tensions, Chinese strategists reflect on the country's devastating defeat in the First Sino-Japanese war, 120 years ago.

The Law of Gods and Men Should China write religion into its legal system?

Flying Blind Thousands of Chinese air travelers remain stranded at airports on a daily basis, what will it take to modernize the use of China's restrictive airspace?

Un-settling At a time when single mothers are still ostracized in Chinese society, most claims that their greatest agony lies in attempting to secure citizenship for their children.

Pain of a Paragon Named a 'National Moral Model' by China's authorities, male-to-female transsexual Liu Ting has chosen to fully and publicly transition, defying those who would prefer her to remain male, and silent.

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Source:China Newsweek Corp