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Remarks by Senator Tom Cotton on the Xinjiang Emergency

Good morning and thank you to John Walters for that kind introduction. And thanks to the Hudson Institute for inviting me to speak about...

Hong Kong activist arrested over claim Chinese agents stapled his legs

Hong Kong police have arrested a pro-democracy activist who said mainland Chinese agents had stapled his legs on suspicion of providing false information. Howard Lam made headlines...

China’s Biggest Propaganda Agency Buys Ads on Facebook and Twitter to Smear Protesters in...

China’s largest state-run news agency, Xinhua News, is buying ads on Facebook and Twitter to smear protesters in Hong Kong, a new tactic being...

China announces retaliatory tariffs on $34 billion worth of US goods, including agriculture products

In a quick response to U.S. tariffs, Beijing announced on Friday its own duties on American products, including the politically sensitive areas of agriculture...

Mike Pence warns ‘China has been put on notice’ in address to US ambassadors

On Jan. 16 in Washington DC, U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence addressed the Global Chiefs of Mission Conference, an audience comprised of U.S. ambassadors called...

China is mocking Trump’s over-the-top “fire and fury” comment on North Korea

President Trump warned North Korea on Tuesday that the US would counter its nuclear threats with “fire and fury.” That didn’t sit particularly well with the...

China to pump 1.2 trillion yuan into economy amid panic-slowdown

China is to inject 1.2 trillion yuan ($174 billion) into its economy on Monday as its stock markets prepare to reopen, including providing banks...

Joanna Dong gets to third round of Sing! China

Local jazz singer Joanna Dong continues to power her way through Sing! China, earning high praise and advancing to the next round on the televised...

Man hijacks bus in China and drives it into pedestrians killing and injuring many

A knife-wielding man has hijacked a bus in China’s Fujian Province, driving into a crowd and injuring and killing bystanders. Eight people were killed and...

Communist China does not want a democracy

The legal power of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is guaranteed by the Constitution and its position as the supreme political authority in the PRC is realised...

China’s Communist Party to discuss amending constitution, graft fight

China’s ruling Communist Party will meet next month to discuss amending the constitution and to talk about the ongoing fight against graft, state media...

Apple ‘pulls 60 VPNs from China App Store’

The creators of several Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have criticised Apple's decision to remove their products from its App Store in China. The BBC understands...

Chinese scientist who allegedly created the first genetically engineered babies is being detained

The Chinese scientist who shocked the world with claims of creating the first genetically engineered babies is being detained in the Chinese city of...

China’s Stunning Debut on the International Scene-new “Great Game” in the Red Sea

This month, Chinese naval vessels departed the port of Zhanjiang for the East African country of Djibouti, the site of China’s first overseas military...

As U.S. Confronts Internet’s Disruptions, China Feels Vindicated

In the United States, some of the world’s most powerful technology companies face rising pressure to do more to fight false information and stop foreign infiltration. China, however, has...

Hong Kong is at war with CCP as the Central government weighs Carrie Lam’s...

Dear warrior friends! Many things have happened in the last two days. One of the highlights is a pledge of sanctions against key Hong Kong...

From Liu Xiaobo to Winnie the Pooh, China’s net censors can make you disappear

The only Chinese person ever to receive a Nobel prize while living in China, the writer and dissident Liu Xiaobo, was able to spread...

Chinese state media says Australia has become an ‘anti-China pioneer’

A Chinese Communist Party newspaper has said Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is making a "U-turn" on his China policy, adding that Australia's "unhealthy political...

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...

China’s record trade surplus with U.S. risks further inflaming trade tensions

China’s trade surplus with the United States swelled to a record in June as its overall exports remained solid, a result that could further...