"Crown Prince Party" and "The Princelings" are derogatory terms coined by Chinese civilians to satirize the descendants of prominent and influential senior communist leaders who take advantage of their parents’ political power either to seek a political career or to make a big fortune for themselves.
According to a research summary published on Study Times, Chinese scholars are doing academic research on the relationship between the Chinese Communist Party [CCP] and non-governmental organizations [NGOs], a topic that is believed to be the key to understand the role of NGOs.
A Myanmar delegation held an investment promotion on October 28 at the Expo to attract investments from China. Chinese investments in Myanmar as of the end of 2006 had reached 475 million U.S. dollars.
On October 11, 2007, Xinhua Net reported that Sun Laiyan, Deputy Director of the Commission of Science Technology and Industry for National Defense (COSTIND) and General of the China National Space Administration (CNSA), stated that China’s space industry was established in 1956 and has continued to grow. Currently China has five capabiliities, including entering space and sending people into space.
At the end of the Chinese Communist Party’s 17th Congress, the General Secretary, Politburo and Bureau members were all made public. Out of the 9 Politburo members, 4 faces are new. They are – Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, He Guoqiang and Zhou Yongkang. One public figure commented, "This was expected to be the natural outcome of Communist rule."
On October 16th, the Study Times, published an article titled "The Functions of the Civil Defense System and Its Role in Social Harmony" by Li Hang, Bureau Chief of the Civil Defense Bureau of Zhejiang Province. Study Times is a newspaper sponsored by the "Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China" and is distributed mainly to all levels of party leaders, as well as to intellectuals.
"The rhetoric of cooperation does not change the core of the U.S. global strategy to rule the world," observed a Chinese military expert on the new U.S. maritime strategy.
On October 26, 2007, The Epoch Times published an open letter from Wang Zhaojun, a committee member of Anhui Province People’s Political Consultative, to Chinese leaders Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao. Wang said that China must go through a political reform to resolve its social issues.
Cai Yongmei, executive editor of Hong Kong’s Open Magazine, and others, had some observations after the close of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 17th National Congress. Cai expressed the belief that the overwhelming lineage in the makeup of both the new Politburo and the new Central Committee of the CCP shows a strong sense of crisis in the CCP at the highest level. Open Magazine‘s editor-in-chief, Jinzhong, believes the current election policy is really the tenure system in disguise, and has analyzed the new successors as well as the internal struggles between President Hu Jingtao and former President Jiang Zemin on the issue of Zeng Qinghong’s stepping down. Liu Dawen, editor-in-chief of Hong Kong’s Frontline Magazine, criticized what has been touted as the increased democratic elements of the 17th National Congress as just empty talk. 
Cheng Ming, a Hong Kong Magazine has published an article titled "A Glimpse of Beijing’s ‘Hacker Tribe.’" It provides insight into the hacker world in China.   While China takes in high tech from the West, it is spitting out hackers that make people turn pale.