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Hong Kong’s extradition law changes spark mass protests over fears about Beijing’s reach

Tens of thousands of protesters are expected to rally in Hong Kong today against controversial extradition law changes that could see the territory hand over criminal...

China’s HNA: The biggest company you’ve never heard of

China's HNA Group is quickly becoming one of the world's biggest companies, but the chances are you will have never heard of it. It has...

Cambridge University censorship U-turn is censored by China

Chinese intellectuals and bloggers have celebrated Cambridge University’s decision to push back against Beijing’s draconian information controls – but Communist party censors reacted almost...

Why China’s Xi Jinping is missing from the U.N. General Assembly

One of the most vocal defenders of globalization and talks with North Korea is sitting out the world’s biggest gathering devoted to them. Chinese President Xi Jinping...

The dirty hands behind the restructuring of HNA Group and Founder Group

China plans to take over indebted conglomerate HNA Group Co. and sell off its airline assets, the most dramatic step to date by the state...

State Secretary Pompeo tells NATO allies be aware of Huawei risks

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo answers questions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, and at the...

Internet Controls Tighten with VPN Shutdown and Content Rules

A popular Chinese virtual private network provider, GreenVPN, has ceased operation after being ordered by authorities to shut down. VPNs are one of the...

Australia cancels vote on extradition treaty with China

Australia canceled a vote on Tuesday to finally ratify an extradition treaty with China, 10 years after it was signed, with the government set...

Chinese leadership is facing a rare backlash for its handling of the US trade...

Some critics saying that an overly nationalistic Chinese stance may have hardened the US position. President Xi Jinping still has a firm grip...

The whole nation is mentally ill; who would save the deplorable Chinese?

Almost everyone in the country lives with a mask on. No one dares to speak his mind or tell the truth. The totalitarian government...

Kyle Bass sits down with General Robert Spalding in a dialogue about Bloomberg’s deal...

General Spalding: What we know about the Chinese people and the Chinese Communist Party, well, who was supposed to warn us about this? We...

North Korean Challenge Comes at China From all Angles

Although China’s official stance is that sanctions are not the answer to the increasingly tense situation on the North Korean peninsula, calls for action...

Gigi Hadid apologizes for controversial video mocking Buddha

Gigi Hadid has apologized for her controversial video released in February where she appeared to be mocking the religious figure, Buddha. The model came...

Three PLA pilots died in plane crash, all attendees at National Day military parade

According to Nanyang City news, at 3:30 pm of October 22, tens of thousands of local residents lined up along the main streets in...
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Hearing on Hong Kong’s Summer of Discontent and U.S. Policy Responses

Congressional-Executive Commission on China 419 Dirksen Senate Office Building Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 10:00am Over the summer months, millions of Hong Kong’s citizens took to the...

China calls on Brazil to take stricter safety measures on food shipments

China on Tuesday called on Brazil to take stricter safety measures in its food shipments, as Brazilian officials scrambled to limit the fallout from...

China’s Government Has More Money Than You Can Imagine

Every time you hear an financial pundit on Fox Business News, CNBC or Bloomberg talk about global liquidity being part of the core central banks handing out free dollars...

How China became a paradise for rail travellers

The station master is exasperated. He puffs up and down the platform, bellowing into his megaphone in a futile attempt to line everyone up...

The next battleground could be the South China Sea

Beijing has warned a U.S. warship sailing on August 28 near two contested islands in the South China Sea and urged Washington to halt its provocative operations. The...

Donald Trump signs bill on Tibet into law despite China protest

Donald Trump has signed into law the ‘Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act of 2018’ which promotes access for US citizens to Tibet claimed by...