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Remarks by President Trump and Vice Premier Liu He of the People’s Republic of...

Oval Office 3:36 P.M. EDT PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Well, thank you very much.  We’ve had a lot of very big news and some very good news today. ...

Know Miles Kwok, Know China, know the world – Part Seven

Dear friends, About one month ago, I mentioned Roger Stone, saying that he must be arrested. As you have seen from the news, the arrest...

Spring celebrated by international kite show in northwest China

Kite is a symbol of the Chinese handicraft. Flying a kite is a very popular activity in all generations in China. It is easy...

Communist China is going for a plan with Turkey to trap Donald Trump into...

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is betting big on China. But his gamble with President Xi Jinping will be deemed disastrous. For a year or...

Know Guo Wengui, know China, know the world – part 15

Friends, let’s talk about something very important to our Expose Revolution. Few of you may have known the significance of Hong Kong as a...

China mandates user ID authentication for online discussion forums

All internet firms in the country will have to keep a record of their users' identities from October 1. China's cyber watchdog has announced new...

China to start construction on 35 railway projects

BEIJING — It is full steam ahead for China’s railway sector as construction on 35 new railway projects will start in 2017 as the...

China’s killer smog rolls in

uring the cold and bitter winter season in Beijing - capital of the People's Republic of China - it is common to find people...

U.S. officials will look for steps by China to open markets

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said they will be looking for specific, "concrete" agreements from Beijing to increase U.S....

China heading backwards on women’s rights

The last woman to run China was the Dowager Empress Cixi more than a century ago. On current trends, it could be another 100 years...

China to Become World Leader in 5G, But Political Controls May Damp Content Industry

China’s ambition to lead the development of 5G mobile networks will make the country the world’s largest market for over-the-top (OTT) content over the next five...

Wall Street keeps embarrassing itself every time Trump talks about China

Every time President Donald Trump says he has a trade deal with China the stock market rallies. And then it turns out the...

The darkest side of China’s justice: the persecution of Ma Jian and more

China's ex-intelligence chief Ma Jian has been sentenced to life in prison for crimes including taking bribes and insider trading, the Dalian Intermediate People's...

China’s 2017 GDP growth was 6.9%, topping both the official target and 2016’s growth

China's economy grew 6.9 percent in 2017, ending the year on a positive note as official figures topped the government target of around 6.5...

30 Die Fighting Forest Fire in China

A forest fire in southwestern China turned deadly over the weekend when winds shifted unexpectedly, trapping firefighters and local officials in a maelstrom. The...

Protests as China’s Karl Marx statue unveiled in German city of Trier

The 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth has been marked with the unveiling of a statue in the city where he was born. The celebrations...

‘Justice League’ Leads the Way With $37 Million at Chinese Box Office

“Justice League” is looking to gross an estimated $37 million between Friday and Saturday at the Chinese box office, with $15.5 million from Friday...

Thank you America: The first shot to eliminate the Chinese Communist Party

Dear warrior friends! President Trump has signed the Hong Kong bill into law today. This Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act paves the way...

European Union expresses unity while Donald Trump weighs big decision on Hong Kong

The spokeswoman for Parliament of the European Union (EU) On Saturday has expressed strong concern on the situation of Hong Kong, saying its member...

China’s Confucius Institutes have spy agencies and governments increasingly alarmed

On the evening of July 24, 2014 as academics arrived in the Portuguese city of Braga for a Chinese studies conference, staff from the...