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Trump-Kim Summit: Three questions about China’s role

As the US and North Korea prepare for their historic summit, China is the elephant in the room. Beijing is Pyongyang's only significant, long-standing ally,...

From internet sensation to China’s youngest female billionaire

It's not every day that you see a 24-year-old female billionaire — let alone one that first found fame through a viral photo. Zhang Zetian...

Chinese make a record 6.15m trips overseas during holiday

A record 6.15 million trips were made by Chinese mainland tourists to overseas destinations during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday, which ended on Thursday,...

Constitutional amendment and Wang Qishan scandal could sink Xi’s political ambitions

It’s being increasingly difficult for Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is also known as the Emperor for his enormous power, to achieve his ambitions...

Why China can’t get enough of QR codes

The world's second largest economy is on the fast track to ditching cash. Hundreds of millions of shoppers in China increasingly use their smartphones to...

Grand Prix Karting Scholarship Series hits Wuhan

The second stop on the 2019 Grand Prix Karting Scholarship Series (GPKS) was held at Wuhan Speed League Kart Club over the weekend. Jointly backed by...

Chinese media take a deep dive into the world of fugitive tycoon Guo Wengui

Exiled tycoon says vows to leak more details about corruption at the top. Fugitive Chinese businessman Guo Wengui has come in for a barrage of...

Beijing ramps up censorship ahead of 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre

It is the most sensitive day of the year in China far beyond the internet and the social media. In the past six weeks, popular...

The evil of Wang Qishan is out of everyone’s expectations, Guo Wengui warns Hong...

Dear warrior friends! Have you done your exercise? Have you poured water onto your body? Have you spread the truth about Hong Kong’s crisis? In...

U.S. trade barriers report slams China on overcapacity, tech transfer

The Trump administration on Friday slammed China on a range of trade issues from its chronic industrial overcapacity to forced technology transfers and longstanding...

China’s political propaganda gets a digital makeover

China has been trying and failing for years to get its people, especially its young people, to care about its political system. Could it...

President Xi Jinping may have won at Osaka G20

U.S. President Donald Trump sat down with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Osaka G20 Summit on Saturday, seeking to re-start talks for a new...

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...

Chinese police chief Wang Jun Ren jailed for buying Australian real estate with corrupt...

A senior Chinese policeman has been jailed for 17 years for embezzling money to buy two Australian homes for his two daughters. The Australian real estate...

Marriott and other firms bow to China to protect business interests

For Marriott, it was the wording of a survey emailed to members of its rewards club. At fashion brand Zara, it was a drop-down...

China slowly reveals the world’s fastest train. I rode it as it hit 352...

With a sense of timing fitting for China's most successful industrial project, the country's newest bullet train didn't give up all its secrets immediately. The...

Why are China’s top table tennis players protesting?

On June 23, 2003, Liu Guoliang, at the age of 27, was appointed as the head coach of the Chinese men’s national table tennis...

Wang Yi moves about the streets of New York, carrying a bag of feces...

These several days Chinese state councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, neatly dressed and with wax-trimmed hair, is busy lobbying the United Nations General...

Chinese maze: Village makes giant tech code from trees

At first glance, it could be the courtly maze of an English country manor - albeit with some rather large gaps. But a tech-savvy eye...

Why western media is wrong about China

Data from a research project GDELT that monitors daily media coverage from all countries of over 100 languages show that the South Korean people...