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Translation: Next Weekly Interview With Guo Wengui

Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, who has suspected ties to China’s intelligence apparatus and is currently living in New York, began releasing allegations of corruption and division among top...

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Italy's coalition government appears undecided over whether it will sign an agreement with China endorsing its "Belt and Road" infrastructure investment drive, amid pressure...

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Xi Jinping Xi Jinping stands today as China’s seemingly invulnerable top leader. His anti-corruption campaign struck at kleptocrats, some in his own family, while also conveniently...

Inside JD.com, the giant Chinese firm that could eat Amazon alive

As JD.com pushes into Western markets, with drones, robots and luxury brands, it's time for Amazon to sit up and pay attention. Pujiang Pu is...

Remarks by Donald Trump introducing his new national security adviser Robert O’brien

Los Angeles, California 10:34 A.M. PDT THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you very much.  We’re with Robert O’Brien, who, as you know, is the new National Security Advisor. ...

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...

China related Remarks by President Trump in Osaka G20 press conference

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China’s small factories fear ‘rail Armageddon’ with orders to ditch trucks

Thousands of small factories in China, making everything from steel to chemicals, are scrambling for access to the country’s clogged rail network as Beijing...

Follow-up with Wang Qishan’s visit to Israel and three reasons of his trip to...

Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan landed in Israel on Money, officially making him the highest ranking Chinese official to visit the Middle East country...

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...

The Longer Telegraph: toward a new American China strategy

by Anonymous Key points The single most important challenge facing the United States and the democratic world in the twenty-first century is the rise of an...

Biden Administration accuses Communist China of covering up COVID-19 origins

The United States Department of State’s Global Engagement Center (GEC) recently publicly recognised the existence of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propelled global disinformation...

Miles Guo’s 48 hours of duel: US election & Whistleblowers’ Movement

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Inequalities in China Drive Many to Seek Better Life Abroad

Weeks prior to the discovery in England of the bodies of 39 people believed to be from China, Beijing was holding lavish National Day...

Trade investigation pours ‘cold water’ on US-China relationship, Chinese official says

The Trump administration's moves against China have cooled some business activity in the central Chinese province of Shaanxi, according to a local official. "America's 301 article investigation...

Police violence further radicalised protesters, and ‘one country, two systems’ lies in tatters

Hong Kong updates: Police arrived early on Sunday, warning protesters to leave the tourist district of Tsim Sha Tsui forming cordons and blocking traffic...

Scientists discover China has been secretly emitting banned ozone-depleting gas

A chemical banned around the globe for the last 30 years has made an unfortunate resurgence. And all signs, in a new study, point...

In Liu Xiaobo’s Last Days, Supporters Fight China for His Legacy

As the life ebbs from Liu Xiaobo, China’s most famous dissident and only Nobel Peace Prize laureate, a battle is shaping up over his...

Yahoo leaves China for good, cites “challenging” environment

Yahoo said it had stopped allowing its services to be accessible from mainland China "in recognition of the increasingly challenging business and legal environment",...