98% overseas Chinese boycotts President Xi’s African Dream

Yesterday in his public speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced another $60 billion package of aid, investment and loans to Africa, against a backdrop...

Updates on China robotic industry, the hottest story in automation

With government encouragement and bottomless capital, China's automation sector is outpacing many players of the world. Let’s take a look at the latest updates: The...

Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers

Hackers operating from an elite Chinese university probed American companies and government departments for espionage opportunities following a U.S. trade delegation visit to China...

How peer-to-peer lending turned middle-class Chinese dreamers into angry protesters

One would-be protester skulked on the streets around the Westin Hotel in Beijing’s financial district until 3 am, heading back only when police had...

Don’t do evil at China’s bidding, Google

THAT SPARKLING adage of the digital age that “information will set you free” turns out to carry a giant asterisk. Authoritarian regimes have figured...

Google shouldn’t bother with search in China, experts say — here’s why

The Intercept reported this week that Google plans to launch a censored search app as it tries to take advantage of the enormous...

Why Google’s plan to launch a censored search engine in China is problematic

The Chinese government has a long history of restricting free speech. Google is reportedly planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in...

China looks to bolster surveillance network with birdlike drones

CHINA likes keeping an eye on its citizens and the government is reportedly working on a new program which takes that to a whole...

China wants to track citizens’ cars with mandatory RFID chips

The Chinese government is readying a program that will make it possible to track citizens’ cars using RFID chips, according to The Wall Street Journal....

For Chinese Pedestrians Glued to Their Phones, a Middle Path Emerges

So ubiquitous in China are pedestrians glued to their cellphones, they have earned a nickname: the heads-down tribe. In their natural habitat, tribe members can...
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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has returned to Caracas Monday after a four-day visit to China pocketing a new US $5 billion loan and a...

There is something much bigger than Trump’s tariffs on China

The French government has started re-investigation into the death of former HNA chairman Wang Jian early July and the US may follow suit, says...

Reactions to Trump’s tariffs escalation and who shall be most affected

Yesterday US President Donald Trump announced a new round of tariffs against China to take effect from September 24, starting at 10 per cent, and rising to 25...