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G7 Foreign Ministers’ Statement on Hong Kong

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The king of fast food in China

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China stock market plunged 8%, worst day in 4 years

Chinese stocks recorded their worst day in years as expected when investors have lost confidence amid the worsening coronavirus outbreak and international reactions. The Shanghai...

China investigates ‘rare pangolin banquet’ in Guangxi

Chinese authorities have launched an investigation into whether officials held a banquet where the endangered pangolin was served, local media reported. It comes after pictures...

Xi Jinping: China and India should manage differences

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China’s Internet Crackdown Is Another Step Toward ‘Digital Totalitarian State’

President Bill Clinton once mocked attempts by China to limit free speech online. “Good luck,” he said. “That’s sort of like trying to nail Jell-O...

China to partly fund new CSIRO climate research centre

CSIRO's re-embracing of climate change research will be underlined on Monday when the national science agency announces a new centre partly funded by Chinese interests. Based...

The contradictory world of Chinese journalism

Earlier this year, The New York Times reported that Yang Jisheng, a former senior journalist for China’s main state-owned news agency, Xinhua, was forbidden from traveling...

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President Xi’s G20 headaches and the last craziness of CCP supporters in Washington

As Chinese President Xi Jinping lures the leaders of major developing economies to condemn protectionism at a G20 summit in Argentina, he and other...

Two Chinese boys travelled 80km in bus undercarriage

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China may allow more movies from Hollywood

Share of ticket revenues may move toward intl average of 40%: expert By Li Xuanming China is likely to allow more Hollywood films into the Chinese...