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White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow discusses the upcoming trade talks between the U.S....

During the White House press conference hosted by Sarah Sander, Trump’s economic advisor and National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow discusses the upcoming trade...

China related remarks by Vice President Pence to students at Ave Maria University

Vice President Mike Pence, in a speech to a friendly audience Thursday at Ave Maria University, decried attacks on religious freedom. "Freedom of religion is increasingly...

Weird things happening recently in China tell that CCP rule is really a joke

Fifty-cent Party Leader is eating her bitterness of patriotism Australian writer Yang Hengjun is being held in isolation in China for “inciting to overthrow the...

Can China, the world’s biggest pork producer, contain a fatal pig virus? Scientists fear...

A nightmare is unfolding for animal health experts: African swine fever (ASF), a highly contagious, often fatal disease of domestic pigs and wild boars,...

Cruise ship with 200 Chinese passengers marks a first for Greek tourism

In what marks a significant turning point for the Greek tourism industry, the first cruise ship carrying a group of Chinese tourists is setting...

Trump says China could have hacked Democratic emails

President Donald Trump said China may have hacked the emails of Democratic officials to meddle with the 2016 presidential election, countering the view of...

As many as 100 people feared dead in Chinese earthquake

Up to 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake of magnitude 6.5 rattled south-west China. Seven people died and 88 were injured in the quake...

A guide to programmatic in China

China is a hotbed of programmatic activity, with many Chinese investors aggressively acquiring U.S. ad tech firms and Western programmatic players building operations in the country. But...

China’s space programs: not for the future good of humanity

China has been extremely ambitious since the communist party came to power in 1949. In the pretext of nationalism and patriotism, China has never...

China’s multi-billion dollar media campaign ‘a major threat for democracies’ around the world

In September 2018, billboards adorned with kangaroos and pandas began popping up around Australia's capital cities as part of a $500 million advertising campaign...

Beijing government is to abolish Hong Kong’s “one country two system” with its Greater...

The Communist Party of China (CCP ) is taking measures to change Hong Kong's legal system by demolishing its "one country two system" as...

China deploys huge police force to prevent fraud protest

Hundreds of police patrolled the streets of Beijing's financial district Monday as Chinese authorities clamped down on a planned protest against losses sustained in...

Apple sets up China data center to meet new cybersecurity rules

Apple is setting up its first data center in China to comply with tougher new cybersecurity laws It will build the center in...

2017 outlook for Chinese outbound property investment

With Chinese buyers being a force to reckon with in international real estate markets, how will Chinese outbound property investment fare in 2017? We take...

China has a lot of problems — but a revolution isn’t one of them

There’s a tendency to view every major political scandal in China as a litmus test for the president. So tightly is power held in...

Disillusioned Bureaucrats Are Fleeing China’s Ministries

For centuries, getting a job as a government bureaucrat has been the path to power and relative wealth in China. It also led, in...

Dalian Wanda deal: Why is China’s ‘Disney rival’ being sold?

Three Chinese theme parks, intended to compete with US giant Disney's ventures in the country, are being sold. The operations are among businesses being offloaded...

Bird flu hits poultry markets in major Chinese city: media

Authorities in China's third-largest city warned that about 30 percent of its live poultry markets were contaminated with the H7N9 avian flu virus, as...

China’s leadership gathers for secretive summit amid tight security

For a seaside resort where nothing is officially happening, the town of Beidaihe in northern China has a lot of security. There is an armed...

China is manipulating the Vatican as it bulldozes churches

In several decades of living in Washington, D.C., I’ve met my share of scamps and scalawags, fabulists and outright liars. It would take a...