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China Tells Entrepreneurs They Must Put Patriotism Over Profit

China said patriotism must be the highest priority in entrepreneurship, officially defining for the first time what the concept should mean for the world’s second-biggest economy. Patriotism...

China’s real estate investors on a $200B global spending spree

In 2007 China's commercial property outflow was less than $1 billion. Now it exceeds $20 billion annually. Individuals and corporations in China still...

Quentin Tarantino Won’t Recut ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ for China

The country's regulators pulled the film from the schedule a week before its release Oct. 25. Quentin Tarantino has no intention of recutting his Once Upon...

WSJ Investigation: China Offered to Bail Out Troubled Malaysian Fund in Return for Deals

Senior Chinese leaders offered in 2016 to help bail out a Malaysian government fund at the center of a swelling, multibillion-dollar graft scandal, according to...

From Political Star to ‘a Sacrificial Object’ in China

All the political stars seemed aligned for Sun Zhengcai to be promoted to a top national post in China at the Communist Party’s congress...

HNA’s Financing Costs Soar After Shopping Spree

HNA Group Co.’s financing costs more than doubled during the first half of the year, signaling the conglomerate’s $45-billion-plus acquisition spree since 2015 is...

Chinese discover legendary treasure buried in river bank

FOR centuries it was just a legend, that a vast trove of treasure had spilt into China’s Minjiang River as a battle raged upon...

Protesters gather in Taipei, asking ‘red media’ to leave Taiwan

Taipei, June 23 (CNA) Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Taipei in heavy rain Sunday, calling for the departure from Taiwan of...

China accused by Taiwan of stepping up spy operations

China is accused of increasing its secret operations in Taiwan, after the island elected the independence-leaning Tsai Ing-wen as president last year. Wang Ting-yu, chairman...

China headlines Updated this week (Aug. 25th-30th)

Today October first, the Communist National Day, marks the 69th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. China's State Council held a...

Australia-based academic leaves China after questioning

Australia-based Chinese academic Feng Chongyi said late on Saturday he had boarded a flight leaving China, ending an ordeal that saw him interrogated by...

Bannon in France: ‘History Is On Our Side’

班农法国行:“胜利在我们一边” 中文翻译:战友之声 PARIS (AP) — Former White House strategist Steve Bannon re-energised France’s Front National on Saturday by speaking at a party congress and telling Marine...

European Union expresses unity while Donald Trump weighs big decision on Hong Kong

The spokeswoman for Parliament of the European Union (EU) On Saturday has expressed strong concern on the situation of Hong Kong, saying its member...

China’s National Day: a time for celebrations or mourning?

This weekend in Hong Kong, pro-democracy demonstrators and riot police clashed once more, the latest incidents in a protest movement that has been taking...
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Michael Pompeo speech: The China Challenge

MR MURDOCH: Ladies and gentlemen, I’m delighted to be here with you tonight to honor a man of many, many achievements and titles: Captain Pompeo,...

China security head requests better emergency response from police ready for “color revolution”

Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi has asked the country's public security and special police forces to improve their emergency...

The power of Miles Kwok as adviser to the Global Anti-CCP Alliance

“I am the independent adviser of this global anti-CCP alliance. They (US officials and financiers) want me to be the CEO. But I am...

The U.S.-Chinese Trade War Just Entered Phase 2

The Trump administration’s “phase one” trade deal with China may mark the end of the first chapter of the trade conflict between the United...

China Looks to Disqualify Xi Doubters Ahead of Crucial Congress

Holding a foreign passport or expressing doubts about Communist Party policies are among the behaviors that could get candidates disqualified from 2,300 coveted seats...

Taiwanese activist confesses to Chinese subversion charges

A Taiwanese democracy activist confessed Monday to charges of attempting to subvert Chinese government power during a trial in China that has been slammed...