Fears of trade war impact on China’s economy spread to Wall Street and global...

Growing concerns about the impact of the trade war on the Chinese economy sent global markets lower overnight, US stocks suffer worst loss in eight...

China is manipulating the Vatican as it bulldozes churches

In several decades of living in Washington, D.C., I’ve met my share of scamps and scalawags, fabulists and outright liars. It would take a...

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...

A Black Monday for Some Stocks Linked to China’s HNA Group

It was like Black Monday for some units of HNA Group Co. Shares of three companies linked to the Chinese conglomerate plunged by the maximum...

Back to school: China kindergarten weathers child abuse storm for now

When RYB Education Inc became enmeshed in allegations of child abuse at one of its Beijing kindergartens, it touched off an angry online furor...

China is pumping a lot of cash into its economy to calm investors

China has been pumping a lot of cash into its system to lift market sentiment, as the world's second-largest economy walks a thin line between curbing...

China’s central bank sends warning about ‘hazardous’ financial risks

China's financial system is getting significantly more vulnerable due to high leverage, according to central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan, who also flagged the need for...

White House conducting wide-ranging review of China policy

The White House is quietly conducting a comprehensive review of its approach toward China, according to administration officials and outside advisers with knowledge of...

China’s credit rating cut to A+ by S&P over rising debt fears

China’s credit rating has been downgraded by Standard & Poor’s amid fears rising debts are adding to economic and financial risks. The agency lowered China’s...

IMF warns China over ‘dangerous’ growth in debt

China’s credit-fuelled economic strategy has been branded as dangerous by the International Monetary Fund in a strongly-worded statement warning that its approach risks financial turmoil. The...

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Leader of China’s $9 billion Ezubao online scam gets life; 26 jailed

A Beijing court on Tuesday sentenced the architect of the $9 billion Ezubao online financial scam to life imprisonment, and handed down jail time...

Chinese fighter jets intercept US Navy surveillance plane

Two Chinese fighter jets intercepted a US Navy surveillance plane over the South China Sea earlier this week, with one coming within 180 metres...

China tops 2016 global executions, U.S. sees lowest number in decades

China was the world's top executioner last year, while the United States put to death fewer people than it has in more than two...

Background: 1959 Tibetan uprising

Beijing (AP) - China is defending its often-criticized rule in Tibet 60 years after the Dalai Lama fled into exile amid an abortive uprising...

What to expect on the eve of Chinese Spring Festival: Miles Kwok’s whistle blows...

The CCTV Chinese Spring Festival Gala or Chunwan is set to kick off at 7:00pm tonight, live broadcasted annually by the national television station...

No fizzy drinks: Chinese army tells recruits to shape up

The Chinese military has come up with some advice for would-be recruits on how to pass physical tests, sparking amusement among social media users. In...

Chinese bankers flock to Hong Kong as expats retreat

Mainland Chinese bolster ranks of investment banks Chinese IPOs dominate HK market Value of expat packages fall as Western banks cut jobs China...

Iceland Plans to Shut the Door on Chinese Investors, Again

Chinese investors are eager to jump on Iceland’s tourism gravy train. Trouble is, the locals aren’t that welcoming. With the North Atlantic nation fully reintegrated into the...

U.S. CECC Commissioners Send Letter to Hong Kong Chief Executive

U.S. Representative James P. McGovern (D-MA) and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), the chair and cochair respectively of the bipartisan and bicameral Congressional-Executive Commission on...

Futuristic eye-shaped library with 1.2 million books opens in China

A futuristic library which has opened in China with 1.2 million books on display is something of a bookworm’s dream. The library was built in...

Wall Street is down; the world is to reshuffle; who is to save mankind?

Today, the escalating coronavirus emergency sent the world’s stock market into its worst slide since 1987, extending a sell-off that has now wiped out...

Taiwan President’s stop in New York is the victory of democracy, says Guo Wengui

Dear friends, our little President from Taiwan Tsai Ying-wen has arrived in New York. You have seen the confronting parties at the entrance of...

Pyongyang gas prices spike on talk of Chinese oil embargo

China may consider cutting oil exports to North Korea to pressure the latter to halt further nuclear and missile tests, as China still hopes...

Hong Kong siege of Poly University ends with Carrie Lam under pressure to resign

The police siege of PolyTechnic University in Hong Kong appears to be finished when a nearby cross-harbor tunnel has been opened for traffic. The key...

Australia takes over Solomon Islands internet cable amid spies’ concerns about China

Australia's spy agencies were so concerned about the security and strategic risks posed by a plan for Chinese firm Huawei to build an internet...

From Umbrellas to Basketballs, Sharing Economy Blooms

Venture cash is rushing into China’s nascent but diverse sharing economy, providing tens of millions of yuan in recent months for startups focused on...

China Will Pay More Than $1 Million to Someone to Search for Aliens

China is offering one lucky, intelligent foreigner more than a million dollars plus benefits to operate the world’s largest radio telescope, but there are...

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...

Are you still single? The annual question dreaded by China’s ‘leftover women’

By Alice Yan “Are you still single?” That’s the one question Rachel Xu Rong knows she’ll be asked repeatedly during her home town holiday this Lunar...

Hong Kong’s end game: Why the extradition bill is an ‘infinity stone’ that could...

The supervillain in the Marvel filmdom is famous for his master plan to collect all six “Infinity Stones”—ultimate sources of power that control essential...