I think C-NCAP will publish the crash test results at January 7th with the last tested cars: the Zhonghua Junjie (Brilliance BS4), the Suzuki Liana, the Chang'an CV6 (Ben Ben), the Honda CR-V and the Hafei Lubao (Lobo), they did it in the same way in October.
PDF-file about these six cars in Chinese: http://www.c-ncap.org/news/zxdt/071229.pdf
I have updated the list with all the new results and some results I was forgotten the previous time. The results of the Chinese cars are really disappointing me. I like the styling of the Ben Ben a lot, but the crash test results is poor.
I read someday that Proton cars were the least reliable cars from Malaysia, Perodua scored much better. In my opinion Malaysian cars (Proton, Perodua, Naza & Inokom) aren't more original in their design than for example Chery, Brilliance or JAC (Jianghuai). And the Proton Impian (Waja in Malaysia) scored only 3 stars (18 points): http://www.euroncap.com/tests/proton_impian_2002/116.aspx I think that the Chery A5 had the same result or even better in C-NCAP with 37,6 points and 3 stars.
No, like I said the Chery A5 scored 37,6 points/3 stars in C-NCAP.
A comparison: the Kia Cerato scored in Euro NCAP 19 points/3 stars and in C-NCAP 33,1 points, but the Chery A5 had a better result in C-NCAP. The Proton Impian/Waja scored 18 points/3 stars in Euro NCAP, worse than the Cerato, so the Chery A5 is probably safer than the Proton Impian/Waja and even safer than the Kia Cerato.
C-NCAP have tested the Lifan 520 (which scored the worst performance in C-NCAP ever), the Foton MP-X (3 stars), the Kia Rio (3 stars), Nissan Livina (4 stars), Geely FC-1 Vision (4 stars - with 42,2 points the best Chinese car ever), the Chevrolet Epica (5 stars) and the BMW 3 series (also a 5 star rating).