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China gains entry to MSCI’s $1.6tn global index

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Li Heping spent his career trying to hold Chinese Communist Party officials accountable for their darkest behavior. He believed in an authority higher than...

China’s Housing Bubble Wobble

By Bruce Einhorn Earlier this year, Mr. and Mrs. Cai, a couple from Shanghai, decided to end their marriage. The rationale wasn’t irreconcilable differences or...

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In the last year, a selfie on Youtube “Little Brother Talks About Politics (小哥谈政事)” has been very popular  among Chinese viewers. This following is...

China allows three children in major policy shift

China has announced that it will allow couples to have up to three children, after census data showed a steep decline in birth rates. China...

In China, a Store of the Future—No Checkout, No Staff

At 8 p.m. one evening earlier this week, on a dark university campus with no option for grabbing a snack after studying into the...

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...

US, UK, Australia, Canada: Joint Statement on Hong Kong

The text of the following statement was released by the Governments of the United States of America, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Begin Text: Signatories...

Invest in China through shares, direct selling and ETFs, Kochie says

TALK to any economist about the future of Australia and the most common response is; “it’s all about China”. Forget the sheep’s back, Australia is...

China releases white paper on national defense warning U.S. of interference in Taiwan

The State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China released a white paper titled "China's National Defense in the New Era" on...

Miles Kwok on Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet and what follows by US...

In his whistle-blow earlier this week, Chinese tycoon Miles Kwok talks about Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet, and his preparation for the upcoming...

Tensions erupt among Trump trade officials ahead of China talks

Tensions between Trump administration moderates and hardliners on trade with China are boiling over ahead of talks with Chinese negotiators in Washington this week...

Defying Beijing, Czech delegation led by Senate speaker arrives in Taiwan

Against Beijing's strong objections, an official delegation from the Czech Republic, headed by Senate President Miloš Vystrčil, arrived in Taiwan Sunday on a six-day...

Dalai Lama warns of two reincarnations following his death, and that a candidate chosen...

The 14th Dalai Lama, who fled Tibet for India 60 years ago to the day last Sunday disguised as a soldier, said he expected his...

The world would get things wrong if not clear about the nature of the...

The world has followed the tone along when Communist China directs the mainstream media to accuse Donald Trump of escalating the trade war with...

Facebook quietly tests Chinese market with stealth app

Facebook and many of its apps have been blocked in China for years. To change that, Mark Zuckerberg has made a big point of...

Britain ready to welcome Hong Kong refugees

The revelation follows moves by China to introduce a resolution that would bypass local law and, in effect, end its special, autonomous status. The...

Beyond the fear factor: New Kiwis can be good for us all

By Lincoln Tan The perception that migrants take jobs from New Zealanders and push up house prices are widespread, but the fear is overblown, a new...

There are more reports Chinese buyers are having problems settling on their Australian properties

There are more reports surfacing that Chinese investors are struggling to settle on their Australian property purchases, hindered by tighter lending restrictions from Australian...