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Hu Shuli and Caixin Global: toxic injection into western media

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McConnell warns Communist China against ‘any violent crackdown’ in Hong Kong

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is warning the Chinese government after authorities in Hong Kong reportedly fired tear gas at protesters inside a...

Chinese universities are falling over themselves to teach “Xi Jinping Thought”

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China’s $162 Billion of Dealmaker Debt Raises Alarm

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Turnbull keeps the pressure on China over North Korea

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he has spoken to Chinese President Xi Jinping on the North Korean issue, and insists his request "is not...

Costco opened its first China flagship store — and things got crazy

Costco Wholesale Corp.’s first outlet in China opened on Tuesday and was soon overrun with customers willing to fight over discounted products and wait...

China Communist Party Youth Twitter account prompts abuse

Setting up a Twitter account may seem a fairly obvious thing for a political party to do, but the step has not so far...

China debt-to-GDP ratio at 36.7 pct, risks under control

China's finance minister on Tuesday reiterated confidence in controlling debt risks despite some irregularities in local governments' financing activities. "China's government debt risks are generally...

China is losing the battle for loyalty from the young in Hong Kong

It was a simple gesture that would have been impossible in Beijing – a yellow umbrella, a pro-democracy symbol – unfurled and placed in the driveway of...

Huawei told to pay fees to avoid UK sales ban

The High Court has issued an injunction against Huawei that will require the Chinese mobile phone giant to pay licence fees to escape a...

‘Definitely damage our relations’: Chinese government warns Australia PM never to meet Dalai Lama

Chinese-Tibetan delegation in Canberra to promote the Tibet Autonomous Region sounds a warning to the Turnbull government. The Chinese government has sounded a warning to...

Somebody had to take on China, I am the chosen one, says Donald Trump

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The biggest problem with Chinese government: reckless and continuous violation of human rights

The World Human Right Report reads, “The broad and sustained offensive on human rights that started after President Xi Jinping took power five years...

Hong Kong’s push to allow extraditions to China prompts protests

Hong Kong is pushing forward with plans to change its laws to allow for the extradition of criminals to China for the first time, prompting...

Google: Don’t help the evils do more evil

Google has a misjudgment of China’s future in that it foresees a division of the internet with half to be controlled by Communist China.  Speaking...

Universities hit back at China’s ‘unjustified’ warning to students that Australia is unsafe

Senior government ministers have rejected China’s suggestion that international students are unsafe in Australia, as the university sector complains it has been targeted by...

Jacky Chan denies advising Fan Bingbing to flee China

Jackie Chan has refuted allegations that he had advised Chinese actress Fan Bingbing to seek refuge in the United States in the wake of...