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China has an alarming food problem — and there’s only one way to fix...

Today’s Chinese citizens have grown hungry for fatty, high-protein foods, but the country’s agriculture industry may have hit its limit. The Western diet could be...

China tears up promises to UK and shows the world who is in charge

Xi Jinping’s tough talk in Hong Kong reflects growing self-confidence in China’s ability to shape world events and browbeat or ignore less powerful countries...

Nobel Laureate Tu Youyou Becomes First Female to Win China’s Top Science Award

By Song Shiqing Nearly 45 years after the discovery that got her the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 2015, pharmacologist Tu Youyou has...

China is at a difficult time of uncertainties, says President Xi’s teacher

Looking back to the year 2018, I summarize things in one word: surprise. Many things that happened last year were out of our expectations....

20 Years After Handover, Hong Kong Residents Reflect On Life Under Chinese Rule

In a city as packed as Hong Kong, what's private elsewhere becomes public — like conversations about politics. In the shade of a tree,...

China security head requests better emergency response from police ready for “color revolution”

Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi has asked the country's public security and special police forces to improve their emergency...

Facing Legal Scrutiny, China’s State TV Recalls Its U.S. Head

China’s state broadcaster is recalling the head of its American arm and more than a dozen other employees back to China in a leadership...

Valentine’s Day: Hotels prove big hit with lovers

High-end hotels recorded a surge in the sales of their rooms with the approach of Valentine's Day, but demand for budget hotels has cooled...
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China chemical plant explosion kills 64 in Yancheng, hundreds more injured

64 people have been killed in a blast at a chemical plant in Yancheng, eastern China, local authorities say, over 600 injured, 72 critically. Today...

China’s lake pollution cut by a third but water quality still an issue

There are signs of hope for China's notoriously polluted waterways. A study published in Nature Geoscience has shown phosphorus pollution - a major cause of...
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Over two million people walked out for demonstration in Hong Kong streets yesterday to oppose the controversial extradition bill and reject Carrie Lam’s remarks...

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Guo Wengui: Hong Kong must keep on fighting as CCP shall never be trusted

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