Without freedom of speech, the coronavirus crisis shall be hard to end

China has reported its death toll from the coronavirus Friday to 722, while new cases jumped to 34,546, according to the CCP government's FAKE...

Coronavirus death toll jumps to 563 as the CCP clamps down on negative news

The death toll from a new coronavirus in mainland China jumped by 73 to 563 on Thursday, its third consecutive record daily rise, as...

Ridiculous: The CCP created the coronavirus but blamed the U.S. for all the problems

The death toll in China rose to 425 as of the end of Monday, up by a record 64 from the previous day, the...

China to pump 1.2 trillion yuan into economy amid panic-slowdown

China is to inject 1.2 trillion yuan ($174 billion) into its economy on Monday as its stock markets prepare to reopen, including providing banks...

Coronavirus spread: situations across the country

China says death toll hits 304 as of Feb.1, confirmed cases cross 14,000. There had been a further 1,921 cases detected in Hubei, the epicenter...

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...
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War Room by Steve Bannon on Wuhan Pandemic

Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon recently opened a special channel "War Room" to reveal the facts and truth behind major global events,...

How Wuhan residents are living with the coronavirus lockdown

Wuhan has been completely locked down, with residents cooped up in their homes and the streets abandoned. Coronavirus death toll rises to 259 in the...

US Travel Alert Level 4 Do Not Travel to China

Any foreign national who has traveled within China in the last 14 days will not be allowed to enter the United States, according to...

How the world responds to China’s coronavirus outbreak

The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared a global public health emergency over the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus on Thursday, citing the potential of...

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Steven Bannon and Miles Kwok, a dialogue on Terry Gou’s presidential bid

Miles Kwok: We are quite familiar with the CCP’s Red Army movie “Double-gun Granny Fighter”. To win any battle, CCP has always prepared “Two...

In China, Silicon Valley Giants Confront New Walls

Facebook is the world's largest social network, with more than two billion users. LinkedIn was sold to Microsoft for $26 billion last year. And...

Chinese Entrepreneur Takes On the System, and Drops Out of Sight

For months, Zhao Faqi was a folk hero for entrepreneurs in China — an investor who fought the government in court and online, and...

Uighurs live with fear, trauma as families remain stranded in China’s growing ‘re-education camps’

Last year, when Almas Nizamidin returned to Urumqi — the capital city of China's far-west region of Xinjiang — he was on a mission...

Water-sprinkling festival marked in SW China

The Water-Splashing Festival (Poshuijie / 泼水节 in Chinese), is the New Year's or Spring Festival on the calendar of the Dai people, an ethnic group living in...

China agents interfered with Turnbull’s classified inquiry

Two Australian writers, including one now detained in China, were the targets of a Chinese government intelligence operation conducted partly on Australian soil. An investigation...

Shame with Hong Kong’s political leaders, business leaders and the elites

Riot police have clashed with protesters in Hong Kong after over one million of people marched through the streets in a massive demonstration against a proposed...

China’s authorities tighten noose around online video content

Beijing has shut down online video services of three popular Chinese media sites in a swift action that unleashed financial shockwaves and posed a...

China says will persist with crackdown on forex irregularities

China will maintain a crack down on foreign exchange irregularities to ensure stability in the currency market and the broader economy, the country's forex...

China’s countryside returning to poverty, finds report

China's countryside is "returning to poverty" as it is affected by the economic slowdown, ongoing trade war with America and the widening rural and...

China is a long-term play for F1, says Carey

Formula One views China as a long-term play and a second grand prix in the nation of 1.3 billion people remains years away, according...

China’s top graft buster under investigation for corruption

The head of the anti-graft committee for China’s Ministry of Finance has been put under investigation for suspected graft, said the ruling Communist Party’s...

China’s ‘two sessions’: Economics, environment and Xi’s power

China's "two sessions" - annual meetings of the national legislature and political advisory body - are big markers on the country's carefully choreographed political...

Turnbull stands his ground with China over claims of foreign interference

Tensions are rising between China and Australia after Beijing lodged an official complaint addressing Malcolm Turnbull’s claims of foreign interference in Australian politics. Prime Minister...

China claims breakthrough in mining ‘flammable ice’

China has for the first time extracted gas from an ice-like substance under the South China Sea considered key to future global energy supply. Chinese...

Breaking boundaries: China’s ‘Sex and the City’ wins praise for portrayal of modern day...

A popular Chinese drama which has been dubbed 'China's Sex and the City' has won plaudits for shining a light on modern-day women's issues in...

China’s rising authoritarianism has a stark human cost

Li Heping spent his career trying to hold Chinese Communist Party officials accountable for their darkest behavior. He believed in an authority higher than...

US-China trade talks nearing ‘final round’, close to ‘concluding issues’

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says a US-China trade agreement would go "way beyond" previous efforts to open China's markets to US companies and...

China’s using cheap debt to ‘bend other countries to its will,’ academic says

China's continents-spanning Belt and Road network threatens to "shackle" partner countries and deprive them of valuable natural assets, according to one critic. Beijing is financing and executing massive...

Chinese consumers are purchasing new phones less frequently: Survey

The number of Chinese consumers who plan to purchase a new smartphones every year has declined notably to 2017, signifying that handset sales may...