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China caps film star pay, citing ‘money worship’ and fake contracts

Chinese authorities are capping the salaries of celebrities, blaming the entertainment industry for encouraging “money worship” and “distorting social values”. The salaries of on-screen performers...

中华民国历史

1955年解放军攻占一江山岛以及大陈岛撤退后,中华民国政府的有效统治区域仅限于台湾本岛及附属岛屿、澎湖、金门、马祖及若干南海诸岛(东沙、太平)等地,并延续迄今。

China to use ‘all necessary’ means to defend itself against Trump ‘protectionism’

China sharpened its rhetoric over the Trump administration efforts to investigate its trade practices on Thursday, vowing to use any means necessary to defend...

Airbus opens China A330 plant amid market push

Airbus SE (AIR.PA) on Wednesday opened its Chinese completion plant for A330 jets, with hopes that an increased presence in the world’s fastest growing...

S&P is standing by Its downgrade of China’s sovereign credit rating

China's attempts to reduce risks from its rapid buildup in debt are not working as quickly as expected and credit growth is still too...

UN tells China to release human rights activists and pay them compensation

The United Nations has demanded that China should immediately release prominent human rights activists from detention and pay them compensation, according to an unreleased document obtained...

Xi silences once-powerful youth league and the other Hu

The palace intrigue is thickening in Beijing, where the country's powerful leader has taken a new tack to undermine some remaining political rivals. This time,...

No gambling, sex please: China widens crackdown on overseas deals

A recent crackdown by China on overseas investments has been assumed to be mainly focused on high-profile acquisitions of things like hotels and football...

Internet Users in China Expect to Be Tracked. Now, They Want Privacy

China’s biggest online payment company offers its hundreds of millions of users a breakdown on their spending each year, showing everything from their environmental...

China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

For Facebook, success in China was brief. Very brief. For several hours, a Chinese government database showed that Facebook had gained approval to open a subsidiary in...

中国帮助沙特生产弹道导弹 拜登政府考虑制裁中共

据美国媒体援引情报官员和分析机构的消息,沙特阿拉伯从中国引进弹道导弹技术,并在中国的帮助下生产弹道导弹。报道说,美国拜登政府正在考虑对中国有关组织进行制裁,但可能不会制裁沙特。

Why are China’s top table tennis players protesting?

On June 23, 2003, Liu Guoliang, at the age of 27, was appointed as the head coach of the Chinese men’s national table tennis...

The Face-Kini: China’s answer to slip, slop, slap

WANT to protect yourself from the sun's harmful rays this summer? Well, you could always grab yourself one of these. The 'Face-Kini' as it has...

中共送葬名单目标不止四千,到时一定展示小视频和豪宅

我七哥有一个给你大概4000个人的名单,所有老常委和新常委的海外的家人亲属信息我都有,电话,手机都有,家庭地址,我都会发给你们的。大家就是让他们所有人回家就是看到棺材跟花圈,让他们所有共产党在的地方,聚会的地方,能参加的地方都是花圈给共产党送葬。

China’s ‘Javanka’ fanatics dismayed as first daughter cancels visit

‘Javanka’ fans across China had been counting the days until the power couple’s arrival. “They’re a role model couple ... highly motivated and positive. That’s what lifts...

Protecting and Preserving a Free and Open South China Sea

Text of a Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate Dear Madam Speaker: (Dear Mr. President:) Pursuant to...

Rights groups protest UNESCO heritage status decision in Tibetan area

Tibetan rights groups have criticised a United Nations cultural organisation's decision to extend world heritage status to an extensive plateau in a heavily Tibetan...

China calls for restraint after ballistic missile fired over Japan

China has urged restraint from all sides after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over Japan that landed in the Pacific, prompting warnings to residents...

China congress: How authorities censor your thoughts

If you control public communication you can control the way people think and how they behave. That's what Xi Jinping's government is counting on. And...

Liu Xiaobo: China’s most prominent dissident dies

Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, who was China's most prominent human rights and democracy advocate, has died aged 61. The activist had been serving an 11-year...