China tells web giants they must accept limits to access

Beijing tells Google and Facebook that they will only be welcomed in the country if they abide by the law. Web giants such as Google,...

The contradictory world of Chinese journalism

Earlier this year, The New York Times reported that Yang Jisheng, a former senior journalist for China’s main state-owned news agency, Xinhua, was forbidden from traveling...

Hong Kong remains a vital business link to China

As the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong's handover to China approaches, there has been much soul-searching over whether the city's importance as a gateway...

Inside China’s ‘big data valley’: the rapid hi-tech transformation of Guiyang

As capital of a poor western province, Guiyang’s sudden development into China’s ‘Big Data Valley’ has brought astonishing change, with Foxconn and Tencent already...

The curious case of China’s ‘ban’ on Winnie the Pooh

It's not every day that Winnie the Pooh makes global headlines, but recently, amid a rush of serious news, the bear became the talk...

Chinese social media outraged by racist graffiti at Sydney University

Chinese social media users are outraged about new “kill Chinese” graffiti, decorated with swastikas, found on Monday in bathrooms at Sydney University.. The incident follows...

Facebook suspends Chinese billionaire’s account by ‘mistake’

Chinese-born billionaire Guo Wengui has recently publicised accusations of corruption against family members of top- ranking Chinese Communist Party officials. Last week, China's government...

Google Continues to Hire in China Even as Search Remains Blocked

Google’s search service may be banned in China but parent Alphabet Inc. is hunting for workers in a further sign it has ambitions in the world’s...

Want to Catch a Movie in China? You’ll Have to Sit Through Propaganda Films...

This summer, cinema-goers in China will be greeted by the many faces of its booming film industry at the start of every screening telling...

As Apple slows, fast-moving Chinese rivals gain in wealthy markets

Slowing innovation at iPhone maker Apple gives Asian rivals their best chance yet to conquer developed markets, retailers and consumers say - thanks to...
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Huawei CEO says company doesn’t spy for China and praises Trump in rare appearance

Huawei would never allow China’s government to access customer data, even if Beijing requested it, the CEO and founder of the company repeatedly emphasized Tuesday, amid...

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Looking back to the year 2018, I summarize things in one word: surprise. Many things that happened last year were out of our expectations....