星期六, 6月 25, 2022

Facts and assumptions: What is it like in Chinese society?

China GDP growth With the escalation of US China trade war, the Chinese economy is facing great difficulties and GDP is going downwards. “It’s intriguing that...

Top predictions for 2019 China

President Xi is under tremendous pressure from within the party for political reform The year 2019 shall be critical for the Chinese Communist Party. The...

Steve Bannon predicts working-class revolt in Australia as China rises

Former chief strategist to Donald Trump, Steve Bannon has criticised Australia's approach to an aggressive China, labelling it weak and saving his most blunt...

Chinese Australians: up where we belong

This year marks 200 years since the first recorded Chinese settlers arrived in Australia. And today Sydney is honoring the little known William Ah Ket, first...

When will the biggest worry of the Chinese government and people turn into cruelty...

God is watching above! China has 700 million square meters and more of real estate in stock that looks hard to be consumed by its...

A question of control: China’s Xi Jinping faces a rare rebuke at home

Chinese President Xi Jinping seemed indomitable when lawmakers abolished a term limit on his power early this year. But months later, China has been struck...

China shows off newest weapons in huge military parade

Chinese leader Xi Jinping presided over a major military parade Sunday, hours after US President Donald Trump renewed his criticism over Beijing's failure to...

Behind a Chinese Powerhouse, a Web of Family Financial Ties

When Hainan Airlines wanted to expand in the 1990s, its top executives turned to a little-known businessman in his early 30s, who helped the...

Leaks, Lies, and Chinese Politics

Earlier this year, Guo Wengui, an expatriate Chinese billionaire, began to make explosive allegations on YouTube and Twitter about China’s leaders. President Xi Jinping,...

Who is Guo Wengui?-special to Western Readers

In March this year, an exiled Chinese real estate tycoon named Guo Wengui 郭文贵 set off to do what few could: expose the shadowy world of...

Popular Chinese social media service Sina Weibo slapped with video ban

Sina Weibo, the Chinese social media platform that counts 340 million monthly users, has been abruptly banned from showing video or live streaming services. Sina...

Beijing investigates top Chinese foreign deal-makers

China’s banking regulator is conducting a sweeping check on the borrowings of some of the country’s top overseas deal makers, according to people with...

Political networking the Chinese way – a Sydney MP and his ‘community adviser’

On the night of the 2016 federal election, a beaming Craig Laundy was photographed surrounded by two dozen campaign supporters who had helped him...

Could the world’s new superpower be on the verge of collapse?

COULD China be witnessing the beginnings of its own end? The vast majority of commentators say chances are slim. Most are as dismissive of China-sceptics...

The Other Side of ‘the Biggest Political Story in China’

The New York Times has dubbed internet sensation Guo Wengui "the biggest political story in China this year." The Chinese billionaire, also known as...

Some of China’s richest and most powerful men have mysteriously vanished

he financial giant Anbang Insurance Group Co. announced Wednesday that its chairman, Wu Xiaohui, was stepping aside temporarily for “personal reasons” and that he...

How an interview with one Chinese billionaire threw a US broadcaster into turmoil

Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui alleges corruption among top Chinese officials. Taxpayer-funded Voice of America cut short a live interview with Guo in April. ...

Chinese government hits back at student spying claims in Australia

The Chinese government has hit back at a Fairfax/Four Corners investigation into its influence in Australia. A Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman said the claims of spying...

The Billionaire Gadfly in Exile Who Stared Down Beijing

The biggest political story in China this year isn’t in Beijing. It isn’t even in China. It’s centered at a $68 million apartment overlooking...

Translation: Next Weekly Interview With Guo Wengui

Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, who has suspected ties to China’s intelligence apparatus and is currently living in New York, began releasing allegations of corruption and division among top...

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The Truth about China’s Cash-for-Publication Policy

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美国对俄罗斯入侵乌克兰和中共入侵台湾发出“预警”

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China all quiet on its military spending front

Beijing breaks precedent by not revealing the total budget to take some of the sting out of the sensitive figure at home and abroad,...

The rotten Vatican: no audience between Pompeo and the Pope

On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin and the Vatican Foreign Affairs Minister Archbishop...

China Is Quietly Reshaping the World

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Donald Trump may lose the election because he has not made himself a war-time...

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China’s Out-of-control Tiangong-1 Space Station to Crash Back to Earth Early 2018

An out-of-control spacecraft will come crashing down to Earth sometime in January or February 2018, a new calculation predicts. China announced it had lost control of the Tiangong-1 space...

陕西全境沦陷,中共病毒向河北、河南蔓延

我告诉大家,河北!河北!会从石家庄、廊坊、张家口冬奥会,然后到承德。再爆发又是江浙。就是春节啊,这个春节春运又是,然后就是广州。武汉可能再次面临着重大的传染。这是共产党给人家放毒。

Hong Kong civil servants join protests against controversial bill

Thousands of Hong Kong civil servants and protesters have crammed into a downtown park to denounce the administration's listless response to the Chinese territory's ongoing...

Trade War Between U.S. and China Moves From Threat to Reality

A trade war between the world’s two largest economies will officially begin Friday morning when the Trump administration follows through with its threat to...

China trade with Australia soars, along with war of words

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China’s floating hospital helping win hearts and minds in an increasingly contested Pacific

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Apple sets up China data center to meet new cybersecurity rules

Apple is setting up its first data center in China to comply with tougher new cybersecurity laws It will build the center in...