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The G20 Summit: Highlighting China’s Headache

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Chinese Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo's ashes have been scattered at sea, in a move described by a family friend as an effort...

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大家往回看,美国在当时干苏联的时候,那干得太聪明了,就是温水煮青蛙,经常的说还给你熄熄火,现在就到熄火的时候了,包括对中共的一些技术上的开放,都在考虑范围内。

Australia-based academic leaves China after questioning

Australia-based Chinese academic Feng Chongyi said late on Saturday he had boarded a flight leaving China, ending an ordeal that saw him interrogated by...

Innovative Chinese ‘unicorns’ spring on to the global stage

“New era, new revolution. I am a MAKER, for the hearts of the dream.” So goes a rallying cry carved in giant letters on...

Apple is moving its Chinese iCloud operations to a local firm

Apple is outsourcing its Chinese iCloud operations to a local firm in southern China starting on February 28th, as spotted by 9to5Mac. The move has...

In new security plan, Trump hits out at Russia, China

Donald Trump unveiled a new "America First" national security strategy that promised to prioritise US economic interests and named China and Russia as "competition" that threaten to...

As Smog Hits China, Chinese Tourists Seek Fresh Air On Pollution Free Holidays

By Wolfgang Georg Arlt The year 2017 started for China with the first ever nationwide red level fog alarm. On January 4th, the country disappeared...

Blockchain, Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency And ICOs – All You Need To Know In 10 Minutes

I’ve often sung the praises of blockchain technology, which I truly believe has the potential to create great efficiencies across many industries. Probably the most visible...

Pro-Trump crowd holds rally in Taipei

A crowd yesterday marched in Taipei to rally support for US President Donald Trump and show opposition to the Chinese Communist Party. At the parade...

China calls for restraint after ballistic missile fired over Japan

China has urged restraint from all sides after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan that landed in the Pacific, prompting warnings to residents...

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...

孟建柱之流是中共海外擴張的罪魁禍首

在12月2日的直播中,郭文貴先生談到,劉特佐,孟建柱、孫立軍一直在馬來西亞專注於房地產項目,其目的在於,試圖給中共在東南亞建立一個洗錢和情報基地。

U.S., Chinese officials conclude contentious economic talks, steel stocks soar

Senior U.S. and Chinese officials concluded contentious economic talks on Wednesday but the outcome was clouded by the cancellation of closing news conferences and...

Chinese police order Muslims to hand in all copies of the Koran and prayer...

Authorities in Xinjiang have ordered Muslim families to hand in religious items Ethnic minority neighbourhoods will face harsh punishment if they are found ...

Jia Qinglin: Godfather of President Xi Jinping and most corrupt CCP leader

On August 10, the CCP leadership had an annual gathering at the summer resort Beidaihe, called by those veteran revolutionaries as liaison talks. This...

China tightens rules on online news, network providers

China on Tuesday issued tighter rules for online news portals and network providers, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's push to secure the...

The Huawei founder tastes the bitter, but is wordless about it

The founder of Huawei has said there is "no way the US can crush" the company, in an exclusive interview with the BBC. Ren Zhengfei...

Spike in Chinese censorship over Beijing migrant worker evictions, kindergarten scandal

Censorship in China has spiked in recent days as the government scrambles to contain public anger over the forced evictions of migrant workers and...

China’s 2017 GDP growth was 6.9%, topping both the official target and 2016’s growth

China's economy grew 6.9 percent in 2017, ending the year on a positive note as official figures topped the government target of around 6.5...