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Bitter dispute sees US-Japan navy play war games against China’s Coast Guard

China’s Coast Guard has been elbowing its way around some remote Japanese islands all year. Now a large-scale US-Japan naval exercise is practising how...

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“My money is clean. I'm willing to accept everything being in full public view.” After Guo Wengui escaped China, he discreetly paid $67 million in...

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam came under a barrage of criticism at a town hall session Thursday, with citizens accusing her government of turning...

Chinese authorities raided church, forcibly removed its members

Authorities in China forcibly removed Christians and arrested several faith leaders gathered at a state-recognized church that suddenly was deemed "illegal" by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), moments...

Former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon arrested on fraud charges

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has been arrested after being charged with defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors through the “We Build...

How the Chinese ‘red aristocracy’ has snaked its way into the heart of western...

Top communist party leaders in China are known as the ‘red aristocracy’, and, for all their professed belief in equality, they like to ensure...

The truth about Chinese travellers

Chinese tourists are among the world’s most maligned. But they also spend $300 billion abroad each year, making them a force too important to...

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...

G7 Summit statement on Hong Kong and Beijing’s firm opposition

G7 Leaders'Declaration - Biarritz, France, 26 August 2019 The G7 Leaders wish to underline their great unity and the positive spirit of the debates. The...

Chinese woman blinded in one eye after playing game likened to electronic heroin

A woman in southern China went blind in one eye after playing a controversial mobile phone game for a whole week. The 21-year-old woman suddenly...

Trump to decide whether to block China-backed buyout of US chip maker

President Donald Trump will decide in the next two weeks whether to block a Chinese-backed private equity firm from buying a U.S. chip maker, putting his economic and...

Downfall of Chinese Rising Star Points to Xi Power Play

The fall from grace of a rising star in China’s Communist Party sheds light on how a reshuffle of the country’s top officials may...

Chinese stocks got their global stamp of approval and now bonds may be next

In June, MSCI decided in favor of adding some mainland Chinese stocks to its benchmark emerging markets index. MSCI cited China's stock connect...

China’s first home-grown aircraft carrier launches

China launched its first domestically built aircraft carrier to begin sea trials on Sunday, reaching another milestone in the expansion of the country's navy. The...

Hong Kong: Tens of thousands defy ban to protest in tourist districts

Over one million Hong Kongers have turned out onto the streets in protest of the CCP's brutality and violations besides the Five Demands, once...

Trump orders probe of China’s intellectual property practices

President Donald Trump on Monday authorized an inquiry into China's alleged theft of intellectual property in the first direct trade measure by his administration...

DOD Official Details Continuing Chinese Military Buildup

China continues to build up its military to challenge and supplant the United States as the preeminent power in the Indo-Pacific region, the assistant...

Beijing’s smog: A tale of two cities

By Joshua Berlinger, Steve George and Serenitie Wang Beijing (CNN)The first thing Jiang Wang does when she wakes up in the morning is check on...

Manager of China aircraft carrier builder under graft probe

China has launched a corruption investigation into the general manager of the state-owned firm responsible for building aircraft carriers, a potential complication in ambitious...

English teaching service VIPKID raises $200M and reportedly hits a $1.5B valuation

VIPKid, an online education company that matches Chinese students with North American teachers, was valued at more than $1.5 billion in a round of funding from...