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Hundreds arrested in China crackdown on ‘underground banks’

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Today, the Chinese Communist Party’s main propaganda newspaper, the People’s Daily, refused to run an Op-ed written by our Ambassador in Beijing, Terry Branstad,...

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Analysts at investment bank Goldman Sachs have just cut their rating on mega-miner BHP Billiton Limited’s (ASX: BHP) London shares from £14 to £11,...

Know Miles Kwok, know China, know the world – Part Six

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Over one million Hong Kong people in protests: pictures

Estimated over one million people took to the streets of Hong Kong on June 9th to demonstrate against the controversial extradition bill, requesting its...

Scaramucci Still Has Unfinished Business in China

Anthony Scaramucci, the Trump administration’s new communications director, finally made the leap from Wall Street to the White House. Selling his hedge-fund firm to a...

Political networking the Chinese way – a Sydney MP and his ‘community adviser’

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Miles Guo: Omicron variant is the CCP’s bioweapon for destroying the West and annexation...

In his broadcast on November 28, Mr. Miles Guo revealed that the new coronavirus variant of concern, B.1.1.529, named Omicron by the World Health...

It’s a pity that Jack Ma has turned his fame into shame

In recent days, Jack Ma has returned to the focus of public attention with his ownership separation from his listed companies in Hangzhou. Records from...

Chinese propaganda competes with celebs

China's Communist Party is trying to manipulate the country's booming entertainment industry to promote performers who are all about patriotism. China is trying to stifle...

Dozens killed in China floods as rivers overflow

More than 50 people killed as heavy rain has caused the Yangtse River and many of its tributaries to overflow. At least 50 people have...

Solution to Australian exports: stop the bully by taking down the CCP regime

China made the announcement that it was suspending imports from four Australian abattoirs. The move followed an anti-dumping investigation on Monday which could see...

The Mystery of the Exiled Billionaire Whistle-Blower

From a penthouse on Central Park, Guo Wengui has exposed a phenomenal web of corruption in China’s ruling elite — if, that is, he’s...

NSW MP’s Sydney home raided as ASIO probes China links

Counter-espionage agency ASIO is conducting a sweeping investigation into allegations Chinese government agents have infiltrated the office of a NSW Labor politician to influence...

China’s Davos-inspired fake news blitz

Official media has been in overdrive this week praising Xi's 2017 Davos speech and contrasting the PRC's vision for the world with President Trump's. Buzz: The propaganda onslaught...

A prestigious research publisher gives in to China’s censorship

SPRINGER NATURE publishes books and prestigious journals, including Nature and Scientific American, and portrays itself as a champion of open access to reports of scientific...

A question of control: China’s Xi Jinping faces a rare rebuke at home

Chinese President Xi Jinping seemed indomitable when lawmakers abolished a term limit on his power early this year. But months later, China has been struck...

Bannon’s departure has huge implications for the U.S.-China relationship

The sudden departure of White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon could disarm his drive to drastically alter U.S. strategy on China. That effort...

Coach crash in road tunnel kills at least 36 in central China

A passenger coach has crashed into the wall of a expressway tunnel in China, killing at least 36 people and injuring 13, state media...