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North Korea sanctions bring nuclear issue to ‘critical phase’, says China

United Nations imposes sanctions on Pyongyang over nuclear ambitions Chinese and North Korean foreign ministers hold talks The situation on the Korean peninsula is...

Jokhang temple: fire engulfs ancient ‘heart’ of Tibetan Buddhism

A large fire has damaged one of the holiest and most politically sensitive sites in Tibet, the Jokhang temple, stirring an outpouring of grief and...

Immigration and Chinese HNWI 2016

(28 October 2016, Beijing) The Hurun Research Institute and Visas Consulting Group today jointly published a 28-page report on Immigration and the Chinese HNWI...

President Trump condemns China’s abuses and violations at UN General Assembly

The White House says, President Trump has stood up to China’s unfair trade policies and is working to restore balance to our trade relationship...

Guo Wengui talks about the truth behind the Shanghai Import Expo

Do you know what the Import Expo is about? If you take a look at the transactions and attendees last year, you may have...

Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen to visit allies next week, with possible US stopover

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen will next week visit the island's diplomatic allies of Palau, Nauru and the Marshall Islands, a government official said on...

Trump likely to visit China during November Asia trip

U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to make a stop in China in November during his first official visit to Asia, a U.S. official...

Taiwan protests ‘reckless and provocative’ incursion by Chinese warplanes

Taiwan said its planes warned off Chinese military aircraft that crossed the centre line in the Taiwan Strait, and called China’s move a provocation...

In new security plan, Trump hits out at Russia, China

Donald Trump unveiled a new "America First" national security strategy that promised to prioritise US economic interests and named China and Russia as "competition" that threaten to...

The G20 Summit: Highlighting China’s Headache

Xi has a choice: stand tough and risk economic disaster, or compromise and risk looking weak at home. As the Group of Twenty (G-20) annual...

China says ‘China responsibility theory’ on North Korea has to stop

China hit back on Tuesday in unusually strong terms at repeated calls from the United States to put more pressure on North Korea, urging...

Taiwan: We are an independent country already and we call ourselves the Republic of...

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has told the BBC that China needs to "face reality" and show the island "respect". She was re-elected for a second...

The world is welcoming a new China without the Communist Party

Recently, Guo Wengui has thrown a bomb into the sky by telling that there will be the appearance of a new Yuan Shikai (short-lived...

Thank-you message from Miles Kwok to warrior friends mourning for his mother

Dear warrior friends, We have collected daily the messages from warrior friends to mourn for the death of Mr. Kwok’s mother or in her memory...

China’s ‘two sessions’: Economics, environment and Xi’s power

China's "two sessions" - annual meetings of the national legislature and political advisory body - are big markers on the country's carefully choreographed political...

China private entrepreneurs: more panic as CCP hands in their wallets

Chinese billionaires are becoming more worried with fear that the corrupt Communist Party is putting hands into their pockets for cash. On September 10, clearly...

China tells U.S. to remove ‘black hands’ from Hong Kong

Editorial note: It is a total disgrace for the great country of China to have such an unworthy spokeswoman as Ms. Hua Chunying to...

U.S. puts 37 Chinese companies and schools on red-flag ‘unverified’ list

The U.S. Commerce Department said on Wednesday that is adding 37 Chinese companies and schools to a red-flag list of “unverified” entities that U.S....

Malaysia spares $14bn China-led rail project from budget ax

Malaysia's deal with China for a 55 billion ringgit ($13.8 billion) rail link will proceed despite new Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's effort to roll back questionable spending,...

Chinese fishing company fined $825k over misreported catch

A Chinese commercial fishing company's been banned from working in international waters for misreporting its bluefin tuna catch. Two vessels were fishing in water between...