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Four things to watch at the Brics summit

China will give 500 million yuan ($76.4 million) for a BRICS economic and technology cooperation plan, and another $4 million for projects at the...

China consulate involved in Newcastle University Taiwan row

The Chinese consulate-general has entered a dispute over Taiwanese independence at the University of Newcastle, exposing the increasing influence exerted by Beijing on Australian...

Pacific nations drowning in Chinese debt

Aggressive lending of hundreds of millions of dollars on discounted terms by China in the South Pacific is leading to financial distress in the...

Your news about China depends on intrepid journalists whose names you’ll probably never know

When the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad announced after an inquiry that its longtime China-based correspondent had fabricated parts of his recent stories, many Chinese...

Didi Chuxing, China’s Ride-Hailing Giant, Holds Talks With SoftBank

HONG KONG — Didi Chuxing, a company in China that last year bested Uber in that huge ride-sharing market, is in negotiations to get...

Special report: how the first case of coronavirus in the US was cured

Summary An outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that began in Wuhan, China, has spread rapidly, with cases now confirmed in multiple countries. We report the...

Cracks appear in ‘invincible’ Xi Jinping’s authority over China

Rumours have swirled in Beijing in recent weeks that China’s seemingly invincible leader, Xi Jinping, is in trouble, dogged by a protracted trade war...

Chinese internet users employ the blockchain to share a censored news article

Chinese netizens have turned to blockchain to share a censored news story about faulty vaccines given to small babies. Their efforts to repost an...

Rubio, Menendez Applaud House Passage of Senate Uyghur Bill

卢比奥、梅内德斯为众议院通过参议院维吾尔法案喝彩 DEC 03 2019 2019年12月3号 Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, issued...

Power And Billions Of Dollars: Apple’s Deal With Communist China, And Why They Did...

One of the world’s largest technology conglomerates has amassed significant power and billions of dollars from its deals in China, a country often firmly...

Single Chinese women want to freeze their eggs and enjoy life

In China, there is a growing rank of unmarried women who are choosing to freeze their eggs overseas. These women are educated, middle class...

China convicts employees of exiled tycoon Guo Wengui, including niece

A Chinese court on Friday (Aug 4) convicted three employees of fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui, who has been locked in a high-stakes political feud...

Is the death of CCP head of Macau an accident or another political murder?

Making the headlines in China today is (should be) the death of Zheng Xiaosong, head of the Chinese central government’s liaison office in Macau...

The Chinese government issued a new set of rules for foreign students studying in...

The Chinese government has issued new guidance for China’s universities, on how to manage students from overseas. Like many of China’s updates on regulations, there’s...

China is having its worst year in more than 57 years, says President Trump

President Donald Trump: When I meet with the leaders of countries, as they come in — kings and queens and prime ministers and presidents...

Tony Blair linked to China’s most wanted, Mar-a-Lago member Guo Wengui

Beijing: Flamboyant Chinese tycoon Guo Wengui, on the run from Interpol, is a friend of former British prime minister Tony Blair, it has been revealed. Mr Guo,...

Hong Kong activist arrested over claim Chinese agents stapled his legs

Hong Kong police have arrested a pro-democracy activist who said mainland Chinese agents had stapled his legs on suspicion of providing false information. Howard Lam made headlines...

Tsai Ing-wen wins Taiwan’s election for second-term

They say all politics is local, but in Taiwanese elections, there's always a very interested party that doesn't cast a vote. Around 57 per cent...

Taiwan is at the centre of America’s Indo-Pacific Strategy

The midterm elections in Taiwan are heated up now, but please don’t forget, related debates in the international arena are also heated up intensely. At...

Australia joins censure in UN of Uighur abuse

Australia has joined with 22 other nations to condemn the mass ­detention and surveillance of ­Uighurs in China’s Xinjiang province, urging Beijing to end...