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Chinese children crush Americans in maths thanks to a mindset that...

In international tests, Chinese children consistently outperform Americans. American Leonora Chu enrolled her young son in the Chinese public school system in Shanghai. ...

How Chinese students are changing US campuses

When Gregory Davis, a US accounting professor, opened his first roster at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign three years ago, he was shocked by the number of Chinese students in his class.

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In Ivanka’s China, business ties shrouded in secrecy

It is no secret that the bulk of Ivanka Trump's merchandise comes from China. But just which Chinese companies manufacture and export her handbags,...

US says Chinese hackers targeted coronavirus vaccines

The United States Justice Department has accused the Chinese Government of hacking firms developing coronavirus vaccines and stealing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property and trade secrets from companies across the globe.

Expose the criminals and hold them accountable

The American public may think China is the sole reason for their demise. However, the truth is not so black and white. The Chinese people, like the Americans, are victims of the same group of people. 

Trump takes on Biden, vows not to let Iran get nuclear weapons during Fox...

"He says China’s not a competitor of ours," Trump said of Biden. "China is a massive competitor of ours. They want to take over the world.  OK? They have China 2020 -- you know they have 2025," he added.

Chinese Premier Sends Foxconn a Reminder After Its CEO Visits the White House

Despite the recent rapprochement between U.S. President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping over North Korea issues, China remains a competitor to the United States under Trump's "America first" agenda.

When Trump phones friends, the Chinese listen and learn

In what amounts to a marriage of lobbying and espionage, the Chinese have pieced together a list of the people with whom Trump regularly speaks in the hopes of using them to influence the President, the officials said.

Chinese interest in NY house market wanes

Among the sprawling colonial homes and well-tended lawns on the north shore of New York's Long Island, there are signs that Chinese policies crafted...

Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Facebook for Discriminating Against U.S. Workers

The Department of Justice announced today that it filed a lawsuit against Facebook Inc. for discriminating against U.S. workers. 

The New China Scare: Why America Shouldn’t Panic About Its Latest Challenger

China presents a new and large challenge. But if Washington can keep its cool and patiently continue to pursue a policy of engagement plus deterrence, forcing China to adjust while itself adjusting to make space for it, some scholar decades from now might write about the United States’ not-so-secret plan to expand the zone of peace, prosperity, openness, and decent governance across the globe—a marathon strategy that worked.

What China wants from a U.S.-North Korea summit — and why it makes Trump...

In the head-snapping drama of the off-again, on-again U.S.-North Korea summit, the unpredictable lead actors, President Trump and Kim Jong Un, hold center stage. But...

China evokes patriotism, past wars as trade conflict with U.S. heats up

The trade war with the United States will only make China stronger and will never bring the country to its knees, the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily wrote in a front-page commentary that evoked the patriotic spirit of past wars.

US soybean producers looking for China boost

With record acreage planted, U.S. soybean growers hope to expand exports to China this year as Chinese demand continues to increase, but competition from Brazil and concerns about U.S. genetically modified crops may dampen Chinese enthusiasm.