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Believe in socialism not sorcery, China tells party members

One of China’s top leaders has chastised Communist party cadres for putting “ghosts and gods” before Marx and Lenin. Writing in the party’s official mouthpiece,...

Grand Prix Karting Scholarship Series hits Wuhan

The second stop on the 2019 Grand Prix Karting Scholarship Series (GPKS) was held at Wuhan Speed League Kart Club over the weekend. Jointly backed by...

15-year-old Hong Kong girl was murdered by CCP as confirmed by information

According to a piece of reliable information, the CCP murdered 15-year-old student Ms. Chan Yin-Lam. After her death, the CCP processed her body before dumping...

TikTok, China’s hottest social networking app, is going viral in the west

TikTok,  an up-and-coming social app that is owned by China-based company ByteDance, has joined a list of Snap competitors that includes top name likes...

China’s Property Market Begins to Cool as Beijing Prices Drop for the First Time...

Home property prices in Beijing fell for the first time in more than two years in June, while Shanghai further declined and Shenzhen stalled,...

China’s Belt and Road Initiative could redraw the map on global trade

IT’S a $1 trillion project that could redefine global trade and mark a tipping point for a new Asian century. But despite the huge ambition...

Any check on North Korea has to involve China: U.S. general

Any effort to curb North Korea's weapons program will need to involve China, a senior U.S. military official said on Tuesday, just days after...

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...

UK and US back protests and legislation to defend Hong Kong’s autonomy

The UK foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has stressed “UK support for Hong Kong and its freedoms” as protesters broke into the territory’s legislative chamber on the...

Peking University Celebrates 120th Anniversary After A Season Of Scandals

In celebration of its 120th anniversary, Peking University, one of China’s most prestigious universities, held a ceremony (in Chinese) at the school’s Khoo Teck Puat Gymnasium on...

Ecommerce, long term vision can help SMEs break China

China is a force to be reckoned with for New Zealand exporters. Although trade partnerships between New Zealand and China have benefited many Kiwi businesses the non-tariff...

Communist China does not want a democracy

The legal power of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is guaranteed by the Constitution and its position as the supreme political authority in the PRC is realised...

China’s Economy Sees Strong Start to 2017

The Chinese economy had a strong start to 2017 as activity data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Tuesday showed better-than-expected...

China’s Internet Censors Play a Tougher Game of Cat and Mouse

The shutdown was unusual, and came without warning. Chinese censors tested on Thursday a new way of shutting down websites and cutting off the country’s...

Why China can’t get enough of QR codes

The world's second largest economy is on the fast track to ditching cash. Hundreds of millions of shoppers in China increasingly use their smartphones to...

China signs $300m deal to buy lab-grown meat from Israel in move welcomed by...

For many environmental and animal rights groups, lab meat is seen as a positive move away from the slaughter of billions of animals. China has signed...

UFC signs first female Chinese fighter, Yan Xiaonan

The UFC has officially signed Yan Xiaonan, which will be the promotion’s first female fighter from China on the roster. The 28-year-old has a...

Stand up firm for Donald Trump against the forces of evil

The US midterm elections are all about Donald Trump, the man who's not on the ballot. A majority of those surveyed (by USA Today)...

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper sworn in amid China tensions

President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence welcomed new Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper in a full-honors ceremony on the Pentagon's...

Futuristic eye-shaped library with 1.2 million books opens in China

A futuristic library which has opened in China with 1.2 million books on display is something of a bookworm’s dream. The library was built in...