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Know Miles Kwok, know China, know the world – part ten

From March 8 to yesterday, totally 21 days, I have stayed at home mourning for my mother according to Chinese tradition and Buddhist practice....

Updates on China robotic industry, the hottest story in automation

With government encouragement and bottomless capital, China's automation sector is outpacing many players of the world. Let’s take a look at the latest updates: The...

Communist Party congress: How China picks its leaders

Every five years, the eyes of the world turn to China as the ruling Communist Party holds its congress. The event determines who will lead...

Chateau Changyu: a growing taste for Chinese wine

The Chinese wine industry is getting into its stride and among the huge vineyards and endless empty towerblocks there are some rare finds to...

China launches internet crackdown to make it harder for people to avoid its ‘Great...

The Communist Party is tightening its grip on internet usage after millions of people have flouted its ban on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. China has launched...

Apple removes VPN apps from the App Store in China

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the internet continues with the news that Apple has removed all major VPN apps, which help internet users overcome...

“It’s all about the porn”: China’s latest crackdown on live streaming

It turns out that the Chinese government’s latest “crackdown” on the live-streaming industry is less about politics than it is about, well, porn. There has...

Why the great malls of China are starting to crumble

China, which for years has been goading consumers to spend their hard-earned yuan as the country seeks to modernize its economy, faces an all-too-American...

Why are China’s top table tennis players protesting?

On June 23, 2003, Liu Guoliang, at the age of 27, was appointed as the head coach of the Chinese men’s national table tennis...

Chinese appetite for overseas deals may wane

Global bankers are bracing for a further chill in what had been one of their juiciest businesses — helping Chinese companies acquire overseas —...

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Guo Wengui – selection of tweets in English Translation

Guo Wengui - tweets in English dated 17-18 August 2017✊️✊️✊️ *Hongkuan Pushing the Wall 98: Guo and Democratic Revolution Meeting *No matter how insane these traitors...

Call for recognition of the CCP as a terrorist organization

Tens of thousands of people, especially overseas Chinese, have appealed to the U.S. government to officially designate the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as a...

Both Winston Sterzel and Nathan Rich are welcome in China, and that is good

Winston Sterzel and Nathan Rich are two popular and controversial foreigners living in China. Both have won tens of thousands of fans in China...

Joanna Dong gets to third round of Sing! China

Local jazz singer Joanna Dong continues to power her way through Sing! China, earning high praise and advancing to the next round on the televised...

Documentary: Who is Miles Kwok?

Miles Kwok, or Guo Wengui, was born in an ordinary family. Originally the family was from Shen County, Shandong province, in northern China. On his...

A new search engine from WeChat could change China’s internet

China’s already-big WeChat is searching for how to get even bigger. The answer? Search. Today the company publicly unveiled (link in Chinese) a feature—called “Search,”...

Breaking News: Hong Kong government requested martial law by PLA troops

The CCP will announce on August 4, based upon the laws governing the PLA in Hong Kong and state security, the Hong Kong government...

China installs ‘the world’s most advanced video surveillance system’ with over 20 million street...

China has installed 20 million artificial intelligence-equipped cameras in what is believed to be the world's most advanced surveillance system. The camera system is part of...

Chinese bike share firm goes bust after losing 90% of bikes

A Chinese bike-sharing company has gone out of business after 90% of its bikes went missing in the first five months. Chongqing-based Wukong Bikes said...

Alibaba founder Jack Ma sets up Australian scholarship programme in honour of late friend

By Jane Cai Chinese billionaire Jack Ma plans to donate US$20 million to fund a scholarship at an Australian university to honour a late friend from...

Winner of China’s ‘best breasts contest’ sets her sights on becoming a Victoria’s Secret...

A beauty queen who has won China's controversial Breast Model Competition said she improved her catwalk skills through dozens of knockoff Victoria's Secret fashion...

Protests break out on China-North Korea border over new sanctions

Protests have broken out on the Chinese border with North Korea, as China’s seafood importers watched frozen product melt in trucks blocked from crossing...

Xiao Jianhua’s preference for female bodyguards highlights growing trend among Chinese tycoons

Founder of protection firm Zhongzhou Tewei says Xiao Jianhua, who left Hong Kong amid mysterious circumstances, requested most of his bodyguards be women By Josh Ye Xiao...

Postcard from Beidaihe: Beach politics for China’s elite

The arrival of hot weather in Beijing spells the start of a sacred summer ritual — the retreat to a beach resort where, this...

Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua ‘abducted’ from HK hotel

A billionaire with links to the family of Xi Jinping was reportedly taken from his apartment in the Four Seasons in Hong Kong by...

Brokerage Deal Sheds Light on Fugitive Tycoon’s Tie With Abu Dhabi, Tony Blair

Leveraging connections with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, China’s fugitive businessman Guo Wengui, also known as Miles Kwok, raised $3 billion from Abu...

Fan Bingbing sues exiled billionaire over claims she slept with CCP chief

Chinese film star Fan Bingbing has sued fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui after he sensationally claimed she slept with the country's anti-corruption chief Wang Qishan. Wengui,...

Senate Panel Takes Aim at Banning China-Funded Education Programs in U.S.

A powerful Senate panel recommended abolishing more than 600 Chinese government-funded cultural and language programs at U.S. schools and universities unless Beijing provides equal...
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Breaking! Chinese military vehicles entering Hong Kong

Breaking news! Spread the message! Today afternoon at 3:00 pm local time, at Front Sea border in Shenzhen, Chinese PLA troops in countless military vehicles...

Tycoon Guo Wengui is stripping off the Emperor’s New Clothes

Armed with his Twitter and YouTube accounts and a collection of corruption allegations against top Party, business, and media leaders in China,  Chinese businessman Guo Wengui...