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Why are more returning Chinese students big China model fans? - South China Morning Post
Why are more returning Chinese students big China model fans?  South China Morning Post

The percentage of Chinese students returning to China after studying overseas has risen, due to advantages for returnees not available in the West.


Why the wheels fell off China’s tech boom - Financial Times
Why the wheels fell off China’s tech boom  Financial Times

Investors are shunning the country's crowded IT scene. Some companies are now burning through cash to win market share.


China’s neighbours boost coastguards as tensions rise in South China Sea - South China Morning Post
China’s neighbours boost coastguards as tensions rise in South China Sea  South China Morning Post

Philippines and Vietnam moved to empower their coastguards after heavily armed Chinese and Vietnamese coastguard ships began eyeing one another at ...


Muslim countries joined China in defending its cultural genocide of Uighurs. Aren’t they ashamed? - The Washington Post
Muslim countries joined China in defending its cultural genocide of Uighurs. Aren’t they ashamed?  The Washington Post

AT A SESSION of the U.N. Human Rights Council this month, 22 mostly Western ambassadors joined in a letter expressing concern about China's mass ...


Video shows Hong Kong actor Simon Yam being stabbed on stage in China - Sydney Morning Herald
Video shows Hong Kong actor Simon Yam being stabbed on stage in China  Sydney Morning Herald

The Chinese actor has appeared in more than 125 movies and 40 television series, including Hollywood film Lara Croft Tomb Raider.


China has deorbited its experimental space station - The Verge
China has deorbited its experimental space station  The Verge

A little over a year after its first space station crashed down over the Pacific Ocean, China has deorbited its second, the Tiangong-2. It entered Earth's ...


Over Local Objections, China Muscles Into Belarus - The New York Times
Over Local Objections, China Muscles Into Belarus  The New York Times

A Chinese battery plant has raised local ire, but Belarus, like Russia, needs the economic lifeline and cannot expect much help from Europe.


15 dead, 15 seriously injured after gas plant explodes in China - Global News
15 dead, 15 seriously injured after gas plant explodes in China  Global News

Authorities in central China said Sunday the death toll in a gas plant explosion has risen to 15 with another 15 seriously injured.


Top Pentagon official: China a threat to 'our way of life in the United States' - Washington Examiner
Top Pentagon official: China a threat to 'our way of life in the United States'  Washington Examiner

Western strategists still underestimate the threat posed by China's emergence as a worldwide power, according to a top Pentagon official. “The top of the list is ...


Hong Kong protests: Pro-China groups hold rally - Aljazeera.com
Hong Kong protests: Pro-China groups hold rally  Aljazeera.com

Thousands turned out for a so-called Safeguard Hong Kong rally, calling for unity in a city that has become deeply divided.


'Irresponsible remarks': China hits back at Australia over Yang Hengjun detention plea - SBS News
'Irresponsible remarks': China hits back at Australia over Yang Hengjun detention plea  SBS News

China has hit back at Australia for interfering in its investigation of a Chinese-Australian writer, calling remarks by its foreign minister "irresponsible".


Malaysia Is Standing Up To China - Forbes
Malaysia Is Standing Up To China  Forbes

Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad is standing up to China, at home and at sea. The South China Sea, that is.


What are click farms? A shadowy internet industry is booming in China - Yahoo Finance
What are click farms? A shadowy internet industry is booming in China  Yahoo Finance

In China, the world's largest smartphone market with over 800 million users, a unique type of farm springs up in urban areas. The only crops there are ...


Red scare grows in Washington, now with China as focus - The Straits Times
Red scare grows in Washington, now with China as focus  The Straits Times

WASHINGTON (NYTIMES) - In a ballroom across from the Capitol, an unlikely group of military hawks, populist crusaders, Chinese Muslim freedom fighters and ...


The 1 Way Russia Could Help China Build a Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier - The National Interest Online
The 1 Way Russia Could Help China Build a Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier  The National Interest Online

It appears that China is relying on Russian know-how and experience to develop the reactor for its first nuclear aircraft carrier. As the South China Morning Post ...


Wolf Warrior II Tells Us a Lot about China - National Review
Wolf Warrior II Tells Us a Lot about China  National Review

The Chinese economy is taking a big hit as a result of the trade war with the U.S: A leading export indicator has fallen several months in a row, Chinese ...


How China Could Sink an American Aircraft Carrier In a Bloody Battle - The National Interest Online
How China Could Sink an American Aircraft Carrier In a Bloody Battle  The National Interest Online

Ah, yes, the “carrier-killer.” China is forever touting the array of guided missiles its weaponeers have devised to pummel U.S. Navy nuclear-powered aircraft ...


Twin Threats of China, Iran Differ, Says DOD Official - Department of Defense
Twin Threats of China, Iran Differ, Says DOD Official  Department of Defense

The threat of Iran to U.S. and regional allies is from miscalculation, while the threat of China is largely in violating world economic and democratic norms, said ...


China's economic slowdown is real, but it's not just about tariffs - CNN
China's economic slowdown is real, but it's not just about tariffs  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) China's economic growth has slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades, but the trade war with the United States isn't ...


Bill Emmott: Why has China tolerated Hong Kong's challenge? - The Mainichi
Bill Emmott: Why has China tolerated Hong Kong's challenge?  The Mainichi

By Bill Emmott It was always inevitable, even before Britain handed back control of Hong Kong to China in 1997 after 99 years as a colony, that there.


‘China’s Nasdaq’: Shanghai’s new tech trading venue explained - Financial Times
‘China’s Nasdaq’: Shanghai’s new tech trading venue explained  Financial Times

More than 140 technology and science companies across China have signed up to list their stocks on a new facility run by the Shanghai Stock Exchange.


How to Confront an Advancing Threat From China - Foreign Affairs Magazine
How to Confront an Advancing Threat From China  Foreign Affairs Magazine

To counter Chinese threats to U.S. vital interests, the United States must mount not just a "whole of government" response but a "whole of nation" response.


Federal Government hits out at China's decision to detain Australian citizen Yang Hengjun - ABC News
Federal Government hits out at China's decision to detain Australian citizen Yang Hengjun  ABC News

Sydney-based writer and political commentator Yang Hengjun is now in a criminal detention centre after being moved from a surveillance centre just ahead of ...


What's Really Behind China's Falling GDP? - Knowledge@Wharton
What's Really Behind China's Falling GDP?  Knowledge@Wharton

China's GDP growth has slowed -- but it's not because of the trade war, say experts from Wharton and Stanford.


Pro-China Hong Kong protester calls BBC reporter 'fake news' during broadcast - BBC News
Pro-China Hong Kong protester calls BBC reporter 'fake news' during broadcast  BBC News

Stephen McDonell was reporting live from a pro-China rally, ahead of more pro-democracy protests in the city.


China's Belt and Road Leaves Kenya With a Railroad to Nowhere - Bloomberg
China's Belt and Road Leaves Kenya With a Railroad to Nowhere  Bloomberg

Beijing is withholding the $4.9 billion needed to finish the project, once a flagship for Xi Jinping's Belt and Road initiative.


BlackRock's Fink: CEOs tell me they're pulling their supply chains out of China - CNBC
BlackRock's Fink: CEOs tell me they're pulling their supply chains out of China  CNBC

Companies are moving their supply chains out of China instead of waiting for a resolution of the trade war between Washington and Beijing, BlackRock ...


50 years after US moon landing, China is catching up in the space race - CNN
50 years after US moon landing, China is catching up in the space race  CNN

Fifty years ago, when the Apollo 11 astronauts became the first human beings to land on the moon, the Chinese space program had yet to launch a single ...


Scrutiny of Chinese American scientists raises fears of ethnic profiling - The Washington Post
Scrutiny of Chinese American scientists raises fears of ethnic profiling  The Washington Post

Federal officials urge universities to counter threat from China of academic espionage.


Sheikh Mohammed's China visit to boost economic cooperation - Gulf News
Sheikh Mohammed's China visit to boost economic cooperation  Gulf News

Dubai: The state visit of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE ...


China opens up finance sector to more foreign investment - CNA
China opens up finance sector to more foreign investment  CNA

BEIJING: Vhina lifted some restrictions on foreign investment in the financial sector on Saturday (Jul 20), as the world's second largest economy ...


China experts criticize Neil Bush for support of communist regime against Trump - Washington Examiner
China experts criticize Neil Bush for support of communist regime against Trump  Washington Examiner

A son of the late President George H.W. Bush with business ties to the Chinese government is under fire from experts and human rights activists for defending ...


'Stain of the century': US denounces China's treatment of Uighurs - Al Jazeera English
'Stain of the century': US denounces China's treatment of Uighurs  Al Jazeera English

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China is 'home to one of the worst human rights crises of our time'.


Chinese space station Tiangong-2 is about to burn up over the Pacific - TechCrunch
Chinese space station Tiangong-2 is about to burn up over the Pacific  TechCrunch

The final hours for China's Tiangong-2 space station are at hand, as the 8-ton piece of hardware will fall to earth, or rather sea, some time in the next 20 hours or ...


New study uncovers China's massive hidden lending to poor countries - Big Think
New study uncovers China's massive hidden lending to poor countries  Big Think

Over 50 developing countries' Chinese debt accounts for on average 15 percent of their individual GDP. New report shows that the majority of the world's ...


US Fears Cambodia Resort May Become China Naval Base - Bloomberg
US Fears Cambodia Resort May Become China Naval Base  Bloomberg

Encompassing 20% of Cambodia's coastline, the China-backed Dara Sakor investment zone is unlike any other in the Southeast Asian nation.


Analysis | China's Plan to Lure Big Tech Listings Back Home - Washington Post
Analysis | China's Plan to Lure Big Tech Listings Back Home  Washington Post

While China has some of the world's biggest technology companies, many are listed in the U.S. and Hong Kong. First, there was a push to lure firms back with ...


After Baidu tie-up, BMW taps Tencent for autonomous driving in China - TechCrunch
After Baidu tie-up, BMW taps Tencent for autonomous driving in China  TechCrunch

China is BMW's largest market, and the German automaker knows in order to capture the country's demanding consumers, its future models must support robust ...


Iran, China and Other Problems for the New Defense Secretary - Bloomberg
Iran, China and Other Problems for the New Defense Secretary  Bloomberg

The Pentagon has been without a leader for six months, so there's a backlog awaiting nominee Mark Esper. Michael Mullen, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs, ...


China’s new stealth tech may blind military radar systems - South China Morning Post
China’s new stealth tech may blind military radar systems  South China Morning Post

Researchers at academy of science believe electromagnetic wave model is key that will herald new era in radar detection and avoidance for military ships and ...


Saudi Arabia defends letter backing China's Xinjiang policy - Reuters
Saudi Arabia defends letter backing China's Xinjiang policy  Reuters

Saudi Arabia on Thursday defended signing a letter along with 36 other countries in support of China's policies in its western region of Xinjiang, where the ...


Hong Kong showed China is a threat to democracy. Now Europe must defend Taiwan - The Guardian
Hong Kong showed China is a threat to democracy. Now Europe must defend Taiwan  The Guardian

The EU must stop ignoring authoritarianism for the sake of stability and cash, says former Nato secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen.


Beijing education reforms aim to help China's over-worked, over-tested students - CNN
Beijing education reforms aim to help China's over-worked, over-tested students  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) Millions of school students have started their long summer vacation this month, but for some the two-month break won't be much of a holiday.


Falun Gong practitioners in Vancouver protest treatment in China - Vancouver Sun
Falun Gong practitioners in Vancouver protest treatment in China  Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Falun Gong practitioners gathered at the Vancouver Art Gallery Saturday for speeches and a short march to protest persecution in China.


Google China: What businesses the search giant has in the country - CNBC
Google China: What businesses the search giant has in the country  CNBC

Google's services have been blocked in China for several years, but the company still has businesses there, as the tech giant seeks to sell products to Chinese ...


Donald Trump claims trade war is working as China's economy slows - The Guardian
Donald Trump claims trade war is working as China's economy slows  The Guardian

Donald Trump has claimed that his tariff battle with China is working after official data from Beijing showed growth in the world's second biggest economy ...


Mystery surrounds ouster of Chinese researchers from Canadian laboratory - Science Magazine
Mystery surrounds ouster of Chinese researchers from Canadian laboratory  Science Magazine

Canadian researchers are reacting with puzzlement to the news that a “policy breach” has caused the nation's only high-containment disease laboratory to bar a ...


U.S. Targeting of Chinese Scientists Fuels a Brain Drain - Bloomberg
U.S. Targeting of Chinese Scientists Fuels a Brain Drain  Bloomberg

It was a big opportunity for a small research university. In 2013, Xin Zhao, a prize-winning Ph.D. from the College of William & Mary, landed venture funding to ...


China launches STAR, tech stock market to boost industry - ABC News
China launches STAR, tech stock market to boost industry  ABC News

Trading starts Monday on a Chinese stock market for high-tech companies that play a key role in official development plans that are straining relations with ...


China Is Drafting Urgent Plan to Resolve Hong Kong Chaos, SCMP Says - Bloomberg
China Is Drafting Urgent Plan to Resolve Hong Kong Chaos, SCMP Says  Bloomberg

Chinese officials in charge of Hong Kong affairs are working on an urgent strategy to solve the city's political chaos and have ruled out the use of military force, ...


Google's Project Dragonfly 'terminated' in China - BBC News
Google's Project Dragonfly 'terminated' in China  BBC News

The firm's plan to launch a censored search engine in China had faced much criticism.


China’s surplus in balance with trading partners - Financial Times
China’s surplus in balance with trading partners  Financial Times

China's economic relationship with the rest of the world is roughly in balance, according to the IMF — a significant change after years of criticism from other ...


Renault makes another bet on China's huge market for electric cars - CNN
Renault makes another bet on China's huge market for electric cars  CNN

Renault has launched a new partnership in China as it tries to tap into booming demand for electric cars.


China Ruling Bitcoin Is Property Again Is ‘Major Milestone,’ Says Investor - Cointelegraph
China Ruling Bitcoin Is Property Again Is ‘Major Milestone,’ Says Investor  Cointelegraph

A court dispute between an exchange and a user reinforced China's willingness to recognize the cryptocurrency.


Watch: Emiratis dance on Great Wall of China - Gulf News
Watch: Emiratis dance on Great Wall of China  Gulf News

The Emirati dance troupe flew into China ahead of Sheikh Mohammed's visit to China.


U.S.-China Talks Stuck in Rut Over Huawei - The Wall Street Journal
U.S.-China Talks Stuck in Rut Over Huawei  The Wall Street Journal

Progress toward a U.S.-China trade deal has stalled while the Trump administration determines how to address Beijing's demands that it ease restrictions on ...


Coffee wars brewing in China, Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
Coffee wars brewing in China, Asia News & Top Stories  The Straits Times

For self-avowed coffee addict Guo Liying, 33, home-grown Luckin Coffee has been a godsend.. Read more at straitstimes.com.


You Can’t Force People to Assimilate. So Why Is China at It Again? - The New York Times
You Can’t Force People to Assimilate. So Why Is China at It Again?  The New York Times

The Chinese government's campaign of internment in the northwestern region of Xinjiang is extraordinary, by dint of its scale — but also, its contradictions.


China and the US Want to Put Humans Back on the Moon - Bloomberg
China and the US Want to Put Humans Back on the Moon  Bloomberg

Fifty years after Neil Armstrong took his one small step, there's a renewed race to put human beings back on the moon⁠—and the next one to land there may ...


How Americans — Some Knowingly, Some Unwittingly — Helped China's Surveillance Grow - NPR
How Americans — Some Knowingly, Some Unwittingly — Helped China's Surveillance Grow  NPR

The Chinese government has created a surveillance state using DNA, voice, and face recognition technology to track and target China's Uighur population.


China's falling space lab Tiangong-2 is coming back to Earth - Quartz
China's falling space lab Tiangong-2 is coming back to Earth  Quartz

Chinese space lab Tiangong-2 is coming back to Earth with a controlled re-entry. Here's what's coming up next in China's space program.


5G investments in China forecast to overtake US by 2023 - South China Morning Post
5G investments in China forecast to overtake US by 2023  South China Morning Post

The world's second largest economy is expected to have 460 million 5G connections by the end of 2025, accounting for 28 per cent of total mobile connections ...


China's Economy Slows To Lowest Rate In Nearly 30 Years - NPR
China's Economy Slows To Lowest Rate In Nearly 30 Years  NPR

The pace of growth in the second quarter was its slowest since 1992. The National Bureau of Statistics attributed the change to a complicated international ...


China’s Leaders Head to Secretive Summer Camp to Ponder Trump - Bloomberg
China’s Leaders Head to Secretive Summer Camp to Ponder Trump  Bloomberg

The signs of summer have arrived in the northern Chinese resort town of Beidaihe: The umbrellas are out, the traffic controls are in place and the regional ...


A Prosperous China Says ‘Men Preferred,’ and Women Lose - The New York Times
A Prosperous China Says ‘Men Preferred,’ and Women Lose  The New York Times

Gender is now one of the most important factors behind income inequality in China, where workplace discrimination and court rulings have set women back.


China denies conducting 'influence operations' in Singapore - CNA
China denies conducting 'influence operations' in Singapore  CNA

SINGAPORE: The Chinese Embassy in Singapore on Friday (Jul 19) refuted a report alleging that Beijing has been conducting influence operations in ...


China’s Economy Slows But Its Surplus Grows: CEO Daily - Fortune
China’s Economy Slows But Its Surplus Grows: CEO Daily  Fortune

Good morning. Last weekend China released its economic data for the second quarter. It didn't look good. GDP growth slowed to its lowest level in 27 years, ...


Yingying Zhang murder: anger in China as US killer of scholar spared death penalty - The Guardian
Yingying Zhang murder: anger in China as US killer of scholar spared death penalty  The Guardian

Brendt Christensen has never revealed the whereabouts of Yingying Zhang, whom he raped and then decapitated in Illinois.


Mosquitoes have been almost completely wiped out on two Chinese islands - CNN
Mosquitoes have been almost completely wiped out on two Chinese islands  CNN

A population of the world's most invasive mosquito species was almost completely wiped out by an experiment on two islands in the southern Chinese province ...


What Rare Earths Tell Us about China's Competitive Strategy - The National Interest Online
What Rare Earths Tell Us about China's Competitive Strategy  The National Interest Online

Little has been done to ensure America is able to supply its own rare earth mineral needs. This leaves the nation, and especially the military, in a precarious ...


China’s rare earth patents give an insight into industry domination - South China Morning Post
China’s rare earth patents give an insight into industry domination  South China Morning Post

US lobbyists lament lack of governmental effort to cut reliance on Chinese supply of rare earths, warning Beijing could use dominant position to its advantage in ...


The Challenge of Reporting on Women in China, Where Men Control the Narrative - The New York Times
The Challenge of Reporting on Women in China, Where Men Control the Narrative  The New York Times

Amy Qin, the China correspondent for The Times, reflects on reporting in China, where women are losing ground in the push for gender equality.


China's present and future lunar exploration program - Science Magazine
China's present and future lunar exploration program  Science Magazine

Since the beginning of the 21st century, the pace of lunar exploration has accelerated, with more than a dozen probes having undertaken scientific exploration of ...


China's growth problem is an inequality problem - The Week
China's growth problem is an inequality problem  The Week

China's economic growth rate has been slowing down for the last decade. This Monday marked a new low, with news of just 6.2 percent year-over-year growth ...


China scrambles to stem manufacturing exodus as 50 companies leave - Nikkei Asian Review
China scrambles to stem manufacturing exodus as 50 companies leave  Nikkei Asian Review

TOKYO/SHANGHAI -- China is racing to keep foreign enterprises in-country, dangling special benefits so that the advantages of staying outweigh the hea.


China's first rules boost rocket start-ups - Quartz
China's first rules boost rocket start-ups  Quartz

China and the United States both see a well-regulated private rocket industry as a key national security advantage. “The next great power conflict will be won by ...


As Scrutiny Of China Grows, Some U.S. Schools Drop A Language Program - NPR
As Scrutiny Of China Grows, Some U.S. Schools Drop A Language Program  NPR

At least 13 U.S. universities have shut down their Confucius Institutes, which are funded by China's government. Critics say the program could be used to recruit ...


Inside China’s top ‘party schools’: Plenty of Communist doctrine on tap - The Washington Post
Inside China’s top ‘party schools’: Plenty of Communist doctrine on tap  The Washington Post

BEIJING — The lecturer stood in an airy hall, clicking through slides showing examples of how governments around the world improve their “environmental ...


Facebook’s regulation dodge: Let us, or China will - TechCrunch
Facebook’s regulation dodge: Let us, or China will  TechCrunch

Facebook is leaning on fears of China exporting its authoritarian social values to counter arguments that it should be broken up or slowed down.


Chinese state media outlets also get censored on WeChat - Quartz
Chinese state media outlets also get censored on WeChat  Quartz

Posts published on China's ubiquitous chat app by state media outlets are also getting scrubbed, highlighting the severity of the crackdown on free speech.


China's envoys try out Trump-style Twitter diplomacy - The Guardian
China's envoys try out Trump-style Twitter diplomacy  The Guardian

Beijing's representatives abroad are harnessing social media to confront critics.


China's Vision of Victory - The National Interest Online
China's Vision of Victory  The National Interest Online

Jonathan D. T. Ward's book has the potential to serve as a starting point for a new stage of the conversation on China, one that America desperately needs to ...


The backlash is growing against Xi Jinping in China and around the world - CNN
The backlash is growing against Xi Jinping in China and around the world  CNN

Richard McGregor is a senior fellow at the Lowy Institute in Sydney and an expert on Chinese government politics and diplomacy. His new book, "Xi Jinping: The ...


China Thrilled by Prospect of Chinese Casting for Shang-Chi, ‘Marvel’s First Chinese Hero’ - Variety
China Thrilled by Prospect of Chinese Casting for Shang-Chi, ‘Marvel’s First Chinese Hero’  Variety

China's internet is thrilled by news that Marvel appears to be insisting on casting an ethnic Chinese actor as Shang-Chi in the master of kung fu's own spinoff film ...


I See You: India Says It Can Track China's Stealth Fighters - The National Interest Online
I See You: India Says It Can Track China's Stealth Fighters  The National Interest Online

But just how good is the J-20? And what is its intended role? After all, America's first stealth fighter, the F-117 Nighthawk, was not even really a fighter and lacked ...


ASX to fall as investors worry US-China trade war can heat up 'at any time' - ABC News
ASX to fall as investors worry US-China trade war can heat up 'at any time'  ABC News

Australian shares are expected to open lower, as investor sentiment on Wall Street continues to get buffeted by US-China trade tensions.


A Chinese Diplomat Got Called Racist For Tweeting About DC While Defending Muslim Internment Camps - BuzzFeed News
A Chinese Diplomat Got Called Racist For Tweeting About DC While Defending Muslim Internment Camps  BuzzFeed News

The deputy chief of mission in China's embassy in Pakistan then pivoted to dunking on racism in the US and fighting with a former US national security adviser ...


China's economy is 'extremely dangerous' - The Australian Financial Review
China's economy is 'extremely dangerous'  The Australian Financial Review

China faces a "major financial danger" from excessive debt, and Australia is not immune, warns Professor Adrian Blundell-Wignall. Debt levels in Australia and ...


Carpio slams China's 'double standard' in warship passage near Tawi-Tawi - Rappler
Carpio slams China's 'double standard' in warship passage near Tawi-Tawi  Rappler

Although the Philippines observes China's right of innocent passage in its waters, China has consistently tried to stop Filipinos from patrolling parts of the West ...


China's debt tops 300% of GDP, now 15% of global total: IIF - Reuters
China's debt tops 300% of GDP, now 15% of global total: IIF  Reuters

A key gauge of China's debt has topped 300% of gross domestic product, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF), as Beijing steps up support for ...


The real election threat is China - Maclean's
The real election threat is China  Maclean's

Terry Glavin: Ottawa has been focused on cyber-meddling. But consider the case of John McCallum for a glimpse at a more present danger.


China will determine the future of Venezuela - Al Jazeera English
China will determine the future of Venezuela  Al Jazeera English

There are a number of reasons why Beijing continues to back Maduro's government despite suffering financial losses.


Oil slides 1.1% on mixed Chinese economic data, storm impact - CNBC
Oil slides 1.1% on mixed Chinese economic data, storm impact  CNBC

Oil prices fell on Monday on mixed Chinese economic data and signs that the impact of a tropical storm on U.S. Gulf Coast production and refining would be ...


Chinese Activist: Camps in Communist China Like 'During the Holocaust,' Body Organs Being Sold - CNSNews.com
Chinese Activist: Camps in Communist China Like 'During the Holocaust,' Body Organs Being Sold  CNSNews.com

(CNSNews.com) -- Jewher Ilham, a human rights activist who fled Communist China after her father was imprisoned, noted that China's concentration camps are ...


The Chinese Influence Effort Hiding in Plain Sight - The Atlantic
The Chinese Influence Effort Hiding in Plain Sight  The Atlantic

Beijing uses student and professional associations to try to influence not just Chinese citizens abroad, but outsiders, too.


Trump team fears new face on China trade team signals tougher stance - The Washington Post
Trump team fears new face on China trade team signals tougher stance  The Washington Post

The Trump administration is increasingly concerned about prospects for a trade deal with China, amid an unexpected reshuffling of the Chinese negotiating ...


China’s State-Driven Growth Model Is Running Out of Gas - The Wall Street Journal
China’s State-Driven Growth Model Is Running Out of Gas  The Wall Street Journal

New data showing the toll trade tensions are taking on China's economy are merely a symptom of a more serious malaise: The country's state-led growth model ...


China Stocks Recover as Earnings, Economic Data Boost Sentiment - Bloomberg
China Stocks Recover as Earnings, Economic Data Boost Sentiment  Bloomberg

China's nervy stock market got a boost Monday after a handful of firms said earnings are improving, while data also showed the economy may be stabilizing.


China's exports fell less than expected in June - CNBC
China's exports fell less than expected in June  CNBC

China's dollar-denominated exports fell 1.3% in June from a year ago while imports fell 7.3% in the same period, the country's customs department reported on ...


China’s Retort Over Its Mass Detentions: Praise From Russia and Saudi Arabia - The New York Times
China’s Retort Over Its Mass Detentions: Praise From Russia and Saudi Arabia  The New York Times

After 22 countries deplored China's treatment of Muslims in the Xinjiang region, 37 nations praised China's “contribution to the international human rights cause.”