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SOHO China chief sues fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui in New York for defamation

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Typhoon Hato ripped a path of destruction across southern China on Wednesday, killing 10 people after battering Hong Kong skyscrapers, flooding streets and forcing...

U.S., Russia, China and Pakistan Joint Statement on Peace in Afghanistan

The text of the following statement was cooperatively released by the Governments of the United States of America, Russia, China, and Pakistan on the...

United Airlines: Chinese and Vietnamese anger at passenger removal

Outrage has erupted on Chinese and Vietnamese social media over the removal of a passenger from an overbooked United Airlines flight. Videos posted online showed...

China rejects Australian PM’s call to apologise for ‘repugnant’ tweet with fake image of...

Updates: France and New Zealand have joined Australia in criticising the Chinese government for its inflammatory tweet about Australian soldiers, as a former senior diplomat...

Background: Extradition Law in Hong Kong

Carrie Lam survived the first motion of no-confidence against her with the backing of the pro-Beijing majority in the legislature on 29 May. Democratic...

China’s education group releases a cartoon encouraging kids to embrace counterespionage

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Secretary of State Pompeo With President of the Economic Club of Washington about China

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Miles Kwok has promised to donate one billion US dollars more to the Rule...

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Decoupling has become reality between China and the US

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China opposes India hosting Dalai Lama in disputed border region

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Miles Kwok talks about the corruption and scandals of former CCDI Secretary Wang Qishan

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The ugly faces of Chinese CCP diplomats

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