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Here’s why China’s Chongqing is the best food city you don’t know about

During afternoon tea at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong, I told a friend that I had arrived by way of Chongqing. “Ah. Chongqing’s time...

China Mulls Banning Online Gaming for Minors Between Midnight, 8 a.m.

By April Ma Parents of gaming-addicted adolescents soon should be assured that their children will not be playing compulsively into the wee hours of the...

UK lawmakers warn journalists and activists could be extradited to China under new law

The UK government has expressed concern over a new extradition law between Hong Kong and China, as British lawmakers warned the move could see pro-democracy activists, journalists,...

Plastic Film Covering 12% of China’s Farmland Contaminates Soil

China will expand its agricultural use of environment-damaging plastic film to boost crop production even as authorities try to curb soil pollution, a government...

U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on People’s Republic of China Actors Linked to Malign Activities

The Chinese Communist Party’s malign activity at home and abroad harms U.S. interests and undermines the sovereignty of our allies and partners.  The United...

Xi prepares to tighten grip on power at party congress

China's Communist Party is gearing up for the upcoming congress that will determine the party's leadership and overall direction for the next five years,...

China Sees Opening Left by Trump in Europe, and Quietly Steps In

Much of the world’s attention at the Group of 20 economic summit on Friday and Saturday will be on President Trump’s first meeting with...

China users report WhatsApp disruption amid censorship fears

Users of WhatsApp in China and security researchers have reported widespread service disruptions amid fears that the popular messaging service may be at least...

The West will go to war with the CCP, says Miles Guo

Following is a summary of Miles Guo’s broadcast on December 4th, 2020. Miles delivered several hard-hitting messages about the near future, Not only did...

The CCP won’t escape the punishment

Chinese President Xi Jinping was among the last leaders to send a message of sympathy to US President Donald Trump after he and First...

US and China put trade war ‘on hold’, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says

The US trade war with China is "on hold" after the world's largest economies agreed to drop their tariff threats while they work on...

Breaking the China Supply Chain: How the ‘Five Eyes’ can Decouple from Strategic Dependency

MEMBERS of the Five Eyes are dependent on China for 831 separate categories of imports – of which 260 service elements of critical national...

China banks are running out of dollars as domestic economy slows and outside pressure...

China’s major commercial banks have a funding issue outside Beijing’s control: They’re running low on the U.S. dollars they need for activities both at...

China, “best place” for ambitious youth seeking a better world: Bill Gates

Once widely considered the world's richest man, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said China is the "best place" for the young to fulfil their...

China’s Xi defends globalization at opening of Davos talks

In a speech to the World Economic Forum, President Xi Jinping defended globalization and called on all people to share in its benefits. He...

Hong Kong: British consulate worker ‘detained at China border’

The UK Foreign Office has expressed concern over reports that a Hong Kong consulate employee has been detained at the Chinese border. Media reports say...

President Trump is considering “recognizing Taiwan’s status” and making a visit to Taiwan

US President Donald Trump intends to visit Taiwan and recognize its status after claiming that "China is going to pay a big price "...

Thanks to President Xi, Santa Claus is not coming to town as China bans...

"We will resolutely reform what should and can be reformed, and make no change where there should not and cannot be any reform," Chinese...

Senator Marco Rubio Statement on Huawei Lawsuit Against the U.S. Government

On March 7, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio issued the following statement regarding Huawei’s lawsuit against the U.S. government that alleges Section 889 of the National...

Op-Ed: China’s copycat tech image is fading and that should worry US tech giants

Over the years, China has picked up an image of being a copycat in technology, creating knock-off products already produced in the U.S or...