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Facebook Inc. has found a new way to enter China: secretly launching an app under a different name. The photo-sharing app, called Colorful Balloons, was...

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Twitter deletes 170,000 accounts linked to China influence campaign

Twitter has removed more than 170,000 accounts the social media site says are state-linked influence campaigns from China focusing on Hong Kong protests, Covid-19 and the...

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Ai Weiwei on His Massive Upcoming Public Art Fund Project

When Ai Weiwei was asked by the Public Art Fund about doing a citywide project, he was nervous. “I approached it very cautiously because...

Alibaba Just Sold $1.5 Billion Worth of Stuff in 3 Minutes on Singles’ Day

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said sales topped 10 billion yuan ($1.51 billion) in just over three minutes from the opening of Singles’ Day, an...

Investigating Wang Jian’s death in France – Press Conference Part 3-1 by Miles Kwok

In the north east of Provence, a small village called Bonnieux, standing on its highest ground, there is a church. At the backyard of...

The Hong Kong Emergency: Securing Freedom, Autonomy, and Human Rights

The Senate Hearing This day five years ago, September 26, 2014, marked the beginning of the Umbrella Movement, which saw hundreds of thousands of Hong...

US expresses concern as China expands military footprint

China is likely to build more foreign military bases and continue boosting defense spending in the coming years, according to a new annual Pentagon...

China Becomes a Testing Ground for New Breed of Nuclear Reactors

China is becoming the testing ground for a new breed of nuclear power stations designed to be safer and cheaper, as scientists from the...

Chinese consumers are purchasing new phones less frequently: Survey

The number of Chinese consumers who plan to purchase a new smartphones every year has declined notably to 2017, signifying that handset sales may...

Beyond HSBC scandals in FinCEN files and why China fears

ABC told about a story of a Chinese national Jack. Back in December 2012, Jack was struggling to find a job. He ended up into...

Prominent rights activist Xu Zhiyong freed from Chinese jail

One of China's most prominent rights activists was released by the authorities on Saturday after serving a four-year sentence that prompted international criticism, with...

U.S. business groups say WTO unable to curb many Chinese trade practices

U.S. business groups expressed frustration on Wednesday with what they said are China’s efforts to tilt the economic playing field in favor of domestic...

WikiLeaks and the Pandora Box: doom of CCP or message from God

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Buried alive: More than 100 people feared dead in China landslide

MORE than 100 people have been buried alive in a massive landslide, according to state media. Chinese media reports at least 40 homes in the...