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Being a Chinese student in the US: ‘Neither the US nor...

Stranded abroad by the coronavirus pandemic and squeezed by political tensions, Chinese students in the United States are rethinking their host and home countries.

US sanctions four China-based individuals, firm over fentanyl

The United States on Friday announced sanctions against four China-based individuals and one company run by alleged Chinese drug kingpin Fujing Zheng for links to trafficking in fentanyl.

China trying to force Chinese nationals living in US to return...

Chinese agents have been pursuing hundreds of Chinese nationals living in the US in an effort to force their return, as part of a global campaign against the country’s diaspora, known as Operation Fox Hunt, the FBI director has said.

Ex-Chinese Construction Exec Found Guilty in US of Forced Labor Charges

A former executive for a Chinese construction company was found guilty on Friday of U.S. charges that he forced Chinese laborers to work in the New York area under a form of debt bondage.

Fearing espionage, US weighs tighter rules on Chinese students

The Trump administration is considering new background checks and other restrictions on Chinese students in the United States over growing espionage concerns, US officials and...

Beijing Is Pushing Hard To Influence U.S. Views Of China, Report...

Beijing is mounting an aggressive influence campaign targeting multiple levels of American society, according to a report published Thursday that is written by some...

Hundreds protest sale and possible renovation of the Phoenix Chinese Cultural...

Hundreds gathered for a second Sunday in a row to protest the sale and possible renovation to the Phoenix Chinese Cultural Center.

How Chinese tourism brings big benefits to LA area

Southern California has seen big benefits from the increase in Chinese tourism over the past decade. In 2016, 1.3 million visitors came to California from...

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China reaches out to US over demand for media registration

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Chinese telecom giant ZTE assisted Venezuela in the development of a new smart card as part of a program similar to China's controversial social...

Conservative Senators Fight Corker Bill Aimed At ‘Neutering’ Trump’s Broadcasting Chief

That includes Bennett, the controversial current VOA director who is at the center of a fierce partisan battle over her leadership, GOP sources said.

China v US: Who is copying whom?

China is gradually shedding its reputation as the world's technology copycat. It still spawns lookalikes, whether they be GoPro-style action cameras or Didi Chuxing

Soft Power U: Chinese Propaganda in American Higher Education

These deepening relationships aren’t necessarily bad, though China has a history of pressing its influence to entrench its international power.

Farmers are hurting, but they still support Trump and his trade war

Trump won the presidency by winning rural America, in part by pledging to use his business savvy and tough negotiating skills to take on China and put an end to trade practices that have hurt farmers for years.

Fentanyl crisis: Is China a major source of illegal drugs?

Amid tension between China and the US over trade, there's also friction over another issue - the illegal trade in synthetic drugs. The US believes...

A FedEx pilot was arrested by Chinese authorities

A FedEx pilot was recently detained by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou, a city in southern mainland China.

US updates warning over China travel, urging ‘increased caution’

The U.S. State Department on Thursday updates its increased travel warning about China, urging Americans to “exercise increased caution” in the country “due...

This Chinese billionaire’s ‘gift’ got his daughter into Stanford. She says it was ‘hard...

A former Stanford University student whose parents paid $6.5 million to secure her admission to the prestigious school has not been charged with a crime in the college admissions scandal.