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China’s New Way to Get People to Pay Their Debt? Name and Shame Them

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Michael Pompeo hammers CCP on violations in HK and Xinjiang

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After almost a year of going it alone, President Trump finds himself with a surprising weapon in his trade confrontation with China: allies. Pressure from...

China Sees Opening Left by Trump in Europe, and Quietly Steps In

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The world is welcoming a new China without the Communist Party

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The 200th anniversary of Karl Marx's birth has been marked with the unveiling of a statue in the city where he was born. The celebrations...

50 student activists missing in China after police raid

Fifty student activists have gone missing in southern China after police raided an apartment where they had been mobilising support for factory workers demanding union rights. Labour...

‘Dunkirk’ conquers China’s box office

The World War II rescue tale “Dunkirk” dominated the box office in China last week, building on its international success. The acclaimed war epic from...

‘Things could get a lot worse’: China sharemarket rout sees 1,023 stocks plunge by...

In a stock market where investors are used to being disappointed, Tuesday's plunge still shocked. China's benchmark equity gauge sank almost 5 per cent at...

Chinese Communist Party is stepping up efforts to stifle dissent abroad, US officials are...

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The first Princess cruise ship built specifically for the Chinese market arrives in Shanghai

To tap into the Chinese cruise market and its estimated 83 million passengers, the world’s largest cruise company has launched a new ship built...

Washington Post bashed as ‘morally bankrupt’ for glowing feature on Chinese Communist Party

The Washington Post was roasted on Tuesday for publishing a glowing piece praising China’s Communist Party that was quickly compared to Beijing's propaganda. The piece, headlined “Trump views China’s Communist Party as...