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CCP’s PLA troops cleaning up the streets is a show of crocodile’s tears, says...

Dear warrior friends! Today is October 16 and I am having a live broadcast for peace. Before I go into the developments in Hong Kong,...

Inside China’s booming sharing economy

A recent study found that more than 55 million Americans will use a "sharing economy" service at least once this year. The most popular services...

No cult of personality around Xi, says top China party academic

China has learnt from history and will not allow a Mao Zedong-style cult of personality to form around President Xi Jinping, one of the...

Security is tight in Beijing ahead of more political struggle in the CCP’s 4th...

We have several warrior friends in Beijing whom I must send my sincere gratitude to from here. Yesterday they run out around Beijing, risking...

US Navy and industry partners are under cyber siege by Chinese Hackers, report reviews

The US Navy and its industry partners are “under cyber siege” by Chinese hackers and others who have stolen tranches of national security secrets...

Dalai Lama’s religion will outlast the Chinese occupation of Tibet

I saw the face of Lobsang Lozin on a wall in the Tibetan Museum in Dharamshala. I was struck by the kindness in it. It's...

Weird things happening recently in China tell that CCP rule is really a joke

Fifty-cent Party Leader is eating her bitterness of patriotism Australian writer Yang Hengjun is being held in isolation in China for “inciting to overthrow the...

Chinese ‘pandavans’ on round trip of Australia

It's not every day you see 10 giant pandas in the outback. But a joint Chinese and Australian tourism initiative means people across the country...

China to Select 5,000 Cinemas to Show Propaganda Films

In a throwback to language used during the era of Mao Zedong, the country's film regulator said the policy is intended to promote propaganda...

Pentagon’s latest salvo against China’s growing might – Cold War bombers

On July 21, two U.S Air Force B-1B bombers took off from Guam and headed west over the Pacific Ocean to the hotly contested...

CCP’s three major telecommunications companies delisted by NYSE; what does that mean?

On May 7, three major Chinese telecom operators failed in their appeal in the United States and were delisted by the New York Stock...

China is undergoing unprecedented changes in 40 years, says economist

I want to share my reflections with you, school mates, entrepreneurs, and everyone who is sitting here today. In 2018, the Chinese government has three...

From normal speaking to logical thinking: what ideology prevails in the Chinese society?

To start the new year, real estate billionaire Feng Lun started a talk show Normal Speaking, inviting the noted former CCTV host Cui Yongyuan...

China a threat to world trading system, says US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer

US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Monday (Sept 18) zeroed in on China, calling it an unprecedented threat to the world trading system. And asked...

Beijing pollution: Police force to combat toxic smog

A new team of environmental police will try to reduce hazardous levels of toxic smog engulfing Beijing, the city's acting mayor has said. The police...

New Beijing airport completes four test flights

Beijing’s New Airport Is Nearly Ready for Takeoff Beijing's new airport saw four passenger planes completing test flights Monday morning. This is the first time that...

Guo Wengui and Steve Bannon put forth five guidelines for the protests in Hong...

My cooperation with Mr. Bannon, and the cooperation of Mr. Bannon with the Rule of Law Fund, play a role in the protests in...

Google has no cloud business in China, which will make it hard to catch...

In its bid to compete with Amazon Web Services, Google has opened data centers in four countries outside the U.S. this year and has plans to launch in...

Here’s why China’s Chongqing is the best food city you don’t know about

During afternoon tea at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong, I told a friend that I had arrived by way of Chongqing. “Ah. Chongqing’s time...

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...