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US education attracts Chinese buyers, study finds

Chinese buyers have been at the center of many international real estate conversations the past few years. Although this demographic’s U.S. residential real estate...

U.S. Department of Commerce Adds 28 Chinese Organizations to its Entity List

Today, the Bureau of Industry and Security of the Department of Commerce announced that it will add 28 Chinese governmental and commercial organizations to the Entity List for engaging in or enabling activities contrary to the foreign policy interests of the United States.

US must not get lapped in innovation race with China

I recently traveled to China, along with 12 CEOs, to meet with Chinese companies, consider investment opportunities and see first-hand how they stack up against American innovation, technology and work ethic.

US details new restrictions on Chinese supercomputer companies

The United States has held the fastest supercomputer title since June 2018, according to the Top500, an independent study of the world's supercomputers. China had held the No. 1 position from November 2013 until June 2018.

Huawei doesn’t need nationalism to beat Apple in China

Huawei’s reputation in the US took a serious battering in 2018, a year bookended by major carriers shelving high-profile phone launches and the arrest of the...

FBI ‘reopening’ probe of DoD-funded school with suspected Chinese military ties, rep says

The FBI is “reopening” its probe of a taxpayer-funded online school for military servicemembers after a six-month Fox News investigation exposed its alleged Chinese military ties.

China tells US to stop asking questions over Tiananmen crackdown toll

China has told the US to stop asking questions about the number of people killed, detained or who are still missing from the Tiananmen Square tragedy.

New limits by China may restrict local recycling

With no notice and no “phase-in” the People’s Republic of China has turned the global recycling world upside down.

Ai Weiwei Believes Americans Still Have to Fight for Democracy

He is the most famous Chinese artist living today, a political and artistic multi multi-hyphenate: political detainee, activist, philosopher, provocateur, a sculptor, architect, filmmaker, installation artist, and the only person I’ve ever met who has an asteroid named after him: 83598 Aiweiwei.

Los Angeles County declares coronavirus emergency with 6 new cases

Los Angeles County said Wednesday it is declaring a health emergency as the number of coronavirus cases increased to seven, with six new cases.

China prepares to strike back at US as Huawei suffers another loss

SoftBank snubs Huawei for 5G equipment while China mulls rare earths embargo

China extends its soft power through US education system

Since their beginning in 2005, Confucius Institutes have been set up to teach Chinese language classes in more than one hundred American colleges and...