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Protesters call on UK to protect Hong Kongers from China - CNA
  1. Protesters call on UK to protect Hong Kongers from China  CNA
  2. In a giant industrial estate, Chinese officials scramble to keep foreign tenants  South China Morning Post
  3. Hong Kong's Chinese loyalists make their voices heard, prompting police intervention  ABC News
  4. The date which has both Hong Kong and Beijing on edge  CNN
  5. Hong Kong protesters ask for British help in pressuring China  Global News
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'You must be a potential leader': Labor MP's staffer links to China's Communist Party - Sydney Morning Herald
'You must be a potential leader': Labor MP's staffer links to China's Communist Party  Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Labor MLC Shaoquett Moselman hired a staffer who completed a propaganda training course in Beijing run by the Chinese Communist Party.


How China dodged a trade war recession - Financial Times
How China dodged a trade war recession  Financial Times

The escalation of the trade war between the US and China in the past 18 months has cast a pall over business sentiment and growth in the advanced ...


This Is How India Plans to Keep Its Neighbors Away from China's Influence - The National Interest Online
This Is How India Plans to Keep Its Neighbors Away from China's Influence  The National Interest Online

Key point: Modi's "Neighborhood First" policy is India's attempt to counter China's Belt and Road plan and keep New Dehli's regional influence strong.


'It's not a free market': These manufacturers say tariffs help level the playing field with China - CNBC
'It's not a free market': These manufacturers say tariffs help level the playing field with China  CNBC

Some U.S. manufacturers say tariffs, if targeted, will help address longstanding unfair trade practices like intellectual property theft.


China locks tourists in hotels for military parade rehearsals - Quartz
China locks tourists in hotels for military parade rehearsals  Quartz

People staying near Beijing's Tiananmen Square are being forced to remain inside their hotels for two 12-hour stretches this weekend so the Chinese military ...


China Steps Up Efforts to Influence Taiwan with Soft Power - Voice of America
China Steps Up Efforts to Influence Taiwan with Soft Power  Voice of America

China has increased efforts to get Taiwanese to work, study and open businesses on the mainland. The efforts to bring the sides together are a form of soft ...


Fearing ‘Spy Trains,’ Congress May Ban a Chinese Maker of Subway Cars - The New York Times
Fearing ‘Spy Trains,’ Congress May Ban a Chinese Maker of Subway Cars  The New York Times

A Chinese train maker, the world's largest, has contracts in Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston, but Congress may block it from securing any new contracts in the ...


China bans drones and pigeons in Beijing ahead of 70th anniversary - Sky News
China bans drones and pigeons in Beijing ahead of 70th anniversary  Sky News

The move comes as rehearsals for an enormous military parade and celebration to mark 70 years of communist rule are carried out.


MPs scale back junkets to China as tensions grow - The Australian
MPs scale back junkets to China as tensions grow  The Australian

Federal MPs have wound back travel to China on state-sponsored junkets amid concerns over foreign influence but continue to claim overseas-funded study ...


The UK’s Chinese food revolution - The Guardian
The UK’s Chinese food revolution  The Guardian

Charting the 200-year journey from city docksides to Michelin stars as the UK finally explores new frontiers of Chinese cooking – from Hunan to Xinjiang.


China's clout is growing on the edge of the EU, and the US is worried - CNN
China's clout is growing on the edge of the EU, and the US is worried  CNN

Smederevo, Serbia (CNN) The sprawling steel mill is visible for miles around Smederevo, disgorging plumes of thick black smoke into the Serbian sky.


Sen. Ben Sasse warns of cyber war with China - New York Post
Sen. Ben Sasse warns of cyber war with China  New York Post

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said China, as well as Russia and North Korea, have been thinking about cyber warfare while the US hasn't done enough to plan for ...


China Basically Admits It’s Been Sanctioning U.S. Soy - Forbes
China Basically Admits It’s Been Sanctioning U.S. Soy  Forbes

China and the U.S. agreed yet again to a cease fire that may or may not last until October 15. The “interim” pause to U.S. tariff hikes includes China importing ...


‘Chinese Spies’ Review: The People’s Secret Service - The Wall Street Journal
‘Chinese Spies’ Review: The People’s Secret Service  The Wall Street Journal

In the spring of 1922, French authorities in Paris were closing in on a band of Chinese students believed to be planning the communist uprising back home.


Trapped, alone and 'desperate to come home.' American siblings barred from leaving China - USA TODAY
Trapped, alone and 'desperate to come home.' American siblings barred from leaving China  USA TODAY

The State Department has warned Americans about China's growing use of exit bans, sometimes used to keep Americans in China for years.


A Life in a Sea of Red: the rise of China – in pictures - The Guardian
A Life in a Sea of Red: the rise of China – in pictures  The Guardian

The Pulitzer prize-winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing's images record China's rise from self-imposed ruin to today's superpower.


China is increasingly using 'exit bans' to bar Americans from leaving - msnNOW
China is increasingly using 'exit bans' to bar Americans from leaving  msnNOW

The State Department has warned Americans about China's growing use of exit bans, sometimes used to keep Americans in China for years.


China Lost the United States First - Foreign Policy
China Lost the United States First  Foreign Policy

I first traveled to mainland China as a high school student in 2008. Like many observers at the time, I was enthralled by the apparent success of China's ...


US And China Could Close 'Mini Trade Deal' | OilPrice.com - OilPrice.com
US And China Could Close 'Mini Trade Deal' | OilPrice.com  OilPrice.com

As both sides are feeling the pain from the ever-escalating trade war, the U.S. and China are moving closer to what seems to be a 'mini trade deal'


A Uighur professor vanished and may be executed. Yet China expects respect. - The Washington Post
A Uighur professor vanished and may be executed. Yet China expects respect.  The Washington Post

WHEN DETAINED in China, political prisoners often disappear for months at a time. Sometimes, they reappear after lengthy interrogation, having made a ...


Quality foreign brands weather China car sales slowdown - Financial Times
Quality foreign brands weather China car sales slowdown  Financial Times

German and Japanese marques shine as buyers pick trusted brands in first downturn since 1990s.


RBA sees 'risks' in Trump-China trade deal - The Australian Financial Review
RBA sees 'risks' in Trump-China trade deal  The Australian Financial Review

A US-China trade deal poses "longer-term downside risks" to Australia's economy, including farmers and gas exporters, so we shouldn't "get too comfortable" if ...


With Trade Talks Looming, U.S. and China Move to Relax Tensions - The New York Times
With Trade Talks Looming, U.S. and China Move to Relax Tensions  The New York Times

WASHINGTON — The trade war between the United States and China showed signs of easing on Thursday, as China reportedly made its first large purchase in ...


The United Front Work Department and how it plays a part in the Gladys Liu controversy - ABC News
The United Front Work Department and how it plays a part in the Gladys Liu controversy  ABC News

It is hard to map China's politics onto ours, and it's even tricker when the United Front Work Department comes up, writes Ryan Manuel.


How Long Can China’s Workers Tolerate China’s Dictator? - The Wall Street Journal
How Long Can China’s Workers Tolerate China’s Dictator?  The Wall Street Journal

Trade fight gives U.S. companies an incentive to replace Chinese labor with automation.


TikTok’s Beijing roots fuel censorship suspicion as it builds a huge U.S. audience - The Washington Post
TikTok’s Beijing roots fuel censorship suspicion as it builds a huge U.S. audience  The Washington Post

Social media has been a quintessentially American journey rooted in ideas about creative expression and freedom of speech. But the rise of the Chinese video ...


2020 Democrats raise alarm about China's intellectual property theft | TheHill - The Hill
2020 Democrats raise alarm about China's intellectual property theft | TheHill  The Hill

Democratic presidential candidates raised concerns about China's theft of U.S. intellectual property at Thursday's debate, shining attention to an ongoing source ...


PM plays the race card ... into China's hands - Sydney Morning Herald
PM plays the race card ... into China's hands  Sydney Morning Herald

With an apparent truce in America's trade war with China in the last couple of days, hopes rose. Markets ticked up. Are the two big gladiators of the world ...


China's Military Deserves America's Respect, But Not Its Fear - The National Interest Online
China's Military Deserves America's Respect, But Not Its Fear  The National Interest Online

Key point: China's military is advancing rapidly, but it is still plagued by corruption and discipline problems. China's new defense white paper has been eagerly ...


China's gambling on a nuclear future, but is it destined to lose? - CNN
China's gambling on a nuclear future, but is it destined to lose?  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) Panicked shoppers thronged supermarket aisles, grabbing bags of salt by the armful. They queued six deep outside wholesalers.


China friction hitting tourist numbers - The Australian Financial Review
China friction hitting tourist numbers  The Australian Financial Review

Tourism Australia's new managing director Phillipa Harrison said the faltering relationship between Australia and China was hurting visitor numbers.


China's New H-20 Stealth Bomber: America's Worst Nightmare? - The National Interest Online
China's New H-20 Stealth Bomber: America's Worst Nightmare?  The National Interest Online

Key point: We won't know how well it performs until it is fielded in the mid-2020s. In October 2018, Chinese media announced that the People's Liberation Army ...


China’s Economic Fix Looks Awfully American - Barron's
China’s Economic Fix Looks Awfully American  Barron's

If you want to know the many ways in which China and the U.S. are actually quite similar, and why the years 2020 and 2021 are important, you can ask Sean ...


Taiwan warns citizens not to travel to Hong Kong and China after businessman detained - CNN
Taiwan warns citizens not to travel to Hong Kong and China after businessman detained  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) Taiwan's ruling party has warned citizens against traveling to Hong Kong or mainland China, saying the situation is "severe," after a ...


Analysis | Why China's Starting to Shake Up Its Interest Rates - Washington Post
Analysis | Why China's Starting to Shake Up Its Interest Rates  Washington Post

The People's Bank of China is liberalizing its interest-rate system in another milestone in the landmark reforms started four decades ago to boost the role of ...


Baduciao: Chinese-Australian artist receives death threats for political art - NEWS.com.au
Baduciao: Chinese-Australian artist receives death threats for political art  NEWS.com.au

His artworks are powerful, political and subversive. They adorn the laneways of Melbourne and the placards of protesters in Hong Kong but despite receiving ...


After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China - The New York Times
After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China  The New York Times

A growing number of North Korean women are smuggled from their country and trafficked into the sex trade in China, and forced to perform sex acts online for ...


How China spins the Xinjiang story to the Chinese - Al Jazeera America
How China spins the Xinjiang story to the Chinese  Al Jazeera America

After months of outright silence and even denial on the subject of Xinjiang and the mass detention of ethnic Uighurs, China's state broadcaster CCTV aired a ...


Australia 'blatantly discriminating against Chinese companies': China - The Age
Australia 'blatantly discriminating against Chinese companies': China  The Age

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson has accused Australia of "blatant discrimination against Chinese companies".


Why Chinese are traveling to Africa, and why Africans are traveling to China - Quartz Africa
Why Chinese are traveling to Africa, and why Africans are traveling to China  Quartz Africa

Direct airline flights between Africa and China have jumped over 600% in the past decade. Planes today are not only full of workers and traders seeking ...


'No strategy,' 'erratic,' 'haphazard': Democrats pile on Trump over China trade war in 2020 debate - CNBC
'No strategy,' 'erratic,' 'haphazard': Democrats pile on Trump over China trade war in 2020 debate  CNBC

Democratic presidential hopefuls hammered President Donald Trump over his trade war with China in Thursday's debate as fears grow about the conflict ...


Thailand to acquire amphibious ship from China - DefenseNews.com
Thailand to acquire amphibious ship from China  DefenseNews.com

The Royal Thai Navy has signed a shipbuilding agreement with state-owned China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation for a Type 071E amphibious transport ...


How America Stopped China and North Korea from Winning the Korean War - The National Interest Online
How America Stopped China and North Korea from Winning the Korean War  The National Interest Online

Key point: Stopping the Spring offensive was one important step in a much longer political battle. By mid-April 1951, the war in Korea was nearly 10 months old.


China's PBC Is Warming Up To Digital Currencies -- Good News For Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, and LTC - Forbes
China's PBC Is Warming Up To Digital Currencies -- Good News For Bitcoin, ETH, XRP, and LTC  Forbes

Cryptocurrency experts see PBC's efforts to introduce its own digital currency as a recognition of the many advantages cryptocurrencies have over traditional ...


China's Bond Traders Stuck With a Market That Just Doesn't Move - Bloomberg
China's Bond Traders Stuck With a Market That Just Doesn't Move  Bloomberg

While most of the world's bond markets swing between massive gains and losses, traders in China are getting increasingly stuck.


China preparing for 70th anniversary - 7NEWS
China preparing for 70th anniversary  7NEWS

China is holding parade rehearsals for its 70th anniversary with planes flying overhead and tanks and other military vehicles rumbling along Beijing streets.


If China Invades Taiwan, Is the B-52 Bomber Its Last Hope? - The National Interest Online
If China Invades Taiwan, Is the B-52 Bomber Its Last Hope?  The National Interest Online

Key point: The bombers themselves are no longer safe from the Chinese military, but what if...? China steadily is building up the forces it could deploy in an ...


US Navy warship challenges Chinese claims in the South China Sea - CNN
US Navy warship challenges Chinese claims in the South China Sea  CNN

The US Navy sailed a warship near the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea Friday as part of an operation aimed at challenging Chinese claims to the area, ...


China’s Pork Prices Soar, Adding to Beijing’s Troubles - The New York Times
China’s Pork Prices Soar, Adding to Beijing’s Troubles  The New York Times

Chinese grocery bills were already rising because of the trade war. Officials are now calling for “an attitude of urgency.”


As Students From China Flock to University of Illinois, Lawsuit Alleges Ex-Professor Targeted Female Chinese Students - ProPublica
As Students From China Flock to University of Illinois, Lawsuit Alleges Ex-Professor Targeted Female Chinese Students  ProPublica

The allegations came at a time when the flagship campus at Urbana-Champaign was enrolling more Chinese undergraduates during some years than any ...


Hong Kong activist's visit to Berlin draws anger from China - The Guardian
Hong Kong activist's visit to Berlin draws anger from China  The Guardian

The Chinese government has expressed its anger with Germany's foreign minister over his meeting with the Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong, ...


Chinese groups turn seller to shed $40bn in global assets - Financial Times
Chinese groups turn seller to shed $40bn in global assets  Financial Times

Chinese companies have become net sellers of global assets this year for the first time since corporations from the country became big players in international ...


China, U.S. Showing a Little Goodwill as Trade Talks Near - Bloomberg
China, U.S. Showing a Little Goodwill as Trade Talks Near  Bloomberg

The U.S. and China are taking baby steps to ease tensions in their trade war, as negotiators prepare for the resumption of face-to-face talks in Washington in the ...


China’s Car Market Is Heading From Recession To Depression - Forbes
China’s Car Market Is Heading From Recession To Depression  Forbes

August 2019 marked the 14th consecutive decline for the Chinese auto market, an important landmark for analysts, as Chinese car sales could be said to be ...


China's new digital currency could encourage worldwide use of the yuan, says CEO - CNBC
China's new digital currency could encourage worldwide use of the yuan, says CEO  CNBC

China's proposed digital currency could trigger global use of the yuan, according to the CEO of American cryptocurrency financial services firm Circle.


Trump’s misleading claims about China’s economy - The Washington Post
Trump’s misleading claims about China’s economy  The Washington Post

President Trump is a gumball machine of numbers when it comes to China. But his numbers are unchewable. Whether the topic is Chinese job losses, foreign ...


China Injects $126 Billion Into Its Slowing Economy - The New York Times
China Injects $126 Billion Into Its Slowing Economy  The New York Times

BEIJING — China's central bank moved on Friday to give the country's slowing economy a jolt, saying it would essentially inject $126 billion into the financial ...


China's First Nuclear Submarines Were Underwater 'Train-wrecks' - The National Interest Online
China's First Nuclear Submarines Were Underwater 'Train-wrecks'  The National Interest Online

Key Point: China's Type 091 Han-class submarines were terrible compared to their American counterparts, but they were Asia's first indigenously produced ...


The Trade War Spurs China’s Technology Innovators Into Overdrive - Bloomberg
The Trade War Spurs China’s Technology Innovators Into Overdrive  Bloomberg

Sign up for Next China, a weekly email on where the nation stands now and where it's going next. In Shenzhen's glitzy financial district, a five-year-old outfit ...


China Plans Tariff Exemptions for US Pork, State Media Reports - Bloomberg
China Plans Tariff Exemptions for US Pork, State Media Reports  Bloomberg

China said it is encouraging companies to buy U.S. farm products including soybeans and pork, and will exclude those commodities from additional tariffs, in the ...


India Is Changing The Game For China And Pakistan In Kashmir - Forbes
India Is Changing The Game For China And Pakistan In Kashmir  Forbes

The US-China trade war has provided Indian Prime Minister Modi with an opportunity he couldn't refuse: to change the game in Kashmir for China and Pakistan.


Chinese Authorities Plan Crackdown on Crypto Mining in Inner Mongolia - Cointelegraph
Chinese Authorities Plan Crackdown on Crypto Mining in Inner Mongolia  Cointelegraph

Chinese regulators are looking to heighten scrutiny on the cryptocurrency mining industry in Inner Mongolia.


Pentagon steps up efforts to counter China's rising power - CNA
Pentagon steps up efforts to counter China's rising power  CNA

The US military has been using guided-missile destroyers like this one, the USS John McCain, seen here in a US Navy photo, as it seeks to enforce an ...


Brawls at malls and clashes on the streets as pro-China groups confront protesters - Hong Kong Free Press
Brawls at malls and clashes on the streets as pro-China groups confront protesters  Hong Kong Free Press

Skirmishes broke out in a shopping mall in Kowloon Bay on Saturday, as pro-China groups attacked passers-by and vandalised pro-democracy “Lennon Walls” ...


China Is A Sore Spot In Israel-US Relations - NPR
China Is A Sore Spot In Israel-US Relations  NPR

The Trump administration has shown unwavering support for the Israeli government, except for one major criticism: China's growing influence in the Israeli ...


China's data centers emit as much carbon as 21 million cars - CNN
China's data centers emit as much carbon as 21 million cars  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) China's data centers produced 99 million metric tons of carbon dioxide last year, the equivalent of about 21 million cars on the road, ...


There was no smear on Chinese Australians, just a search for answers - The Guardian
There was no smear on Chinese Australians, just a search for answers  The Guardian

The PM mustered up outrage on behalf of Gladys Liu and the brutal arithmetic of parliament means he must now dig in.


China will win the trade war and wean off American technology in 7 years, strategist says - CNBC
China will win the trade war and wean off American technology in 7 years, strategist says  CNBC

"China will never trust the United States again, and it will achieve its technology independence within seven years," said David Roche, Independent Strategy's ...


Kwon Pushes South Korea Past China In Davis Cup Action - ATP Tour
Kwon Pushes South Korea Past China In Davis Cup Action  ATP Tour

Kwon Pushes South Korea Past China In Davis Cup Action.


China stimulus feared ‘too little, too late’ - Financial Times
China stimulus feared ‘too little, too late’  Financial Times

A year ago, the rallying cry among Chinese policymakers was deleveraging the economy — but now the country's senior leadership is moving quickly to revive ...


USDA report overshadowed by China soybean purchase - AG Week
USDA report overshadowed by China soybean purchase  AG Week

On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its supply and demand forecasts in its monthly report. The World Agriculture Supply and Demand ...


Chinese Sea Mines Are Threatening the U.S. Navy - The National Interest Online
Chinese Sea Mines Are Threatening the U.S. Navy  The National Interest Online

Key point: The navy's record dealing with sea mines is not very encouraging, despite recent technological advances. In the closing phases of the Pacific War, ...


Confucius Institutes: The growth of China's controversial cultural branch - BBC News
Confucius Institutes: The growth of China's controversial cultural branch  BBC News

China says its Confucius Institute is for language and culture, but critics say it has other aims.


Hollywood’s Great Leap Backward on Free Expression - The Atlantic
Hollywood’s Great Leap Backward on Free Expression  The Atlantic

Beijing moves to co-opt the American film industry as it seeks to penetrate the world's largest market.


Situation Worsening for Chinese Catholics after Vatican-China Agreement - Church Militant
Situation Worsening for Chinese Catholics after Vatican-China Agreement  Church Militant

by William Mahoney, Ph.D. • ChurchMilitant.com • September 13, 2019 0 Comments. It is increasingly difficult to attend Mass. You are not signed in as a ...


China’s Hong Kong Dilemma - The New Yorker
China’s Hong Kong Dilemma  The New Yorker

The mass demonstrations are in bold defiance of Chinese authority, but a crackdown could be incalculably costly, Evan Osnos writes.


Pro and anti-China groups clash in Hong Kong shopping centre - ABC News
Pro and anti-China groups clash in Hong Kong shopping centre  ABC News

Baton-wielding police have separated sparring pro-Beijing protesters and pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong, marking the latest development the ...


Chinese stocks fall after poor data points to further slowdown - CNN
Chinese stocks fall after poor data points to further slowdown  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) Chinese stocks fell Tuesday after the country released some poor economic data that fueled concerns about an ongoing slowdown.


US Senate presses action on China's treatment of Uighurs - CNA
US Senate presses action on China's treatment of Uighurs  CNA

Rights groups and experts say more than one million mostly Muslim ethnic minorities have been rounded up into internment camps in the tightly-controlled ...


Single mum in legal fight for China’s unmarried mothers - South China Morning Post
Single mum in legal fight for China’s unmarried mothers  South China Morning Post

One Shanghai woman is battling alone against contradictory Chinese laws surrounding children born out of wedlock.


Fitch Downgrades Hong Kong Over China’s Stronger Hand - The New York Times
Fitch Downgrades Hong Kong Over China’s Stronger Hand  The New York Times

Hong Kong's economy, already damaged by weeks of protests, was dealt a further blow on Friday when Fitch Ratings downgraded its credit rating on the ...


Deadly fentanyl bought online from China being shipped through the mail - 60 Minutes - CBS News
Deadly fentanyl bought online from China being shipped through the mail - 60 Minutes  CBS News

Fentanyl is 50 times more potent than heroin and is now available on the internet and can be delivered through the mail.


Trump blasts ECB and talks up China’s buying of U.S. farm goods - MarketWatch
Trump blasts ECB and talks up China’s buying of U.S. farm goods  MarketWatch

President Donald Trump on Thursday criticized the European Central Bank over its stimulus measures, and talked up Chinese plans to buy American ...


China’s grip on pharmaceutical drugs is a national security issue - The Washington Post
China’s grip on pharmaceutical drugs is a national security issue  The Washington Post

As our trade war with China deepens, we're at risk of a surge in drug prices — or worse.


Apple accused of worker violations in Chinese factories - The Washington Post
Apple accused of worker violations in Chinese factories  The Washington Post

A report released Sunday by China Labor Watch, a nonprofit advocacy group, accused Apple and its manufacturing partner Foxconn of a litany of labor ...


China's trade with US shrinks as tariff war worsens - ABC News
China's trade with US shrinks as tariff war worsens  ABC News

China's trade with the United States is falling as the two sides prepare for negotiations with no signs of progress toward ending a tariff war that threatens global ...


A Big Mistake China's Political Elite Makes In Fighting The Trade War - Forbes
A Big Mistake China's Political Elite Makes In Fighting The Trade War  Forbes

In fighting the US-China trade war, China's political elite makes a big mistake: it assumes that China has achieved “power parity” with the US. That's according to ...


NBA is China's favorite sport, but when will the next Yao Ming arrive? -- NBA - ESPN
NBA is China's favorite sport, but when will the next Yao Ming arrive? -- NBA  ESPN

The NBA has become the most popular sport in the most populated country in the world -- China. After a methodical 20-year courting, more than 300 million ...


Tariffs are no longer China's biggest problem in the trade war - CNBC
Tariffs are no longer China's biggest problem in the trade war  CNBC

The decoupling push is quite different than any U.S. efforts to get China to open up more of its economy to American companies. Instead, it focuses on reducing ...


Selfies, wedding dresses and campers: China's big crush on Port Gregory's pink lake - ABC News
Selfies, wedding dresses and campers: China's big crush on Port Gregory's pink lake  ABC News

Large numbers of Chinese tourists are flocking to the pink lake near Port Gregory in Western Australia, but has it become a victim of its own popularity?


China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state media - Reuters
China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state media  Reuters

Hong Kong is an inseparable part of China and any form of secessionism "will be crushed", state media said on Monday, a day after demonstrators rallied at the ...


China's yuan hits 11-year low as trade tensions grip markets - The Guardian
China's yuan hits 11-year low as trade tensions grip markets  The Guardian

Investors seek safe havens such as US treasuries and gold as US-China standoff continues.


‘Big Brother’ in the Sky: Cathay Pacific Workers Feel China’s Pressure - The New York Times
‘Big Brother’ in the Sky: Cathay Pacific Workers Feel China’s Pressure  The New York Times

Calling it “the white terror,” employees describe a culture of fear as managers fire some who have made social media posts supporting Hong Kong's protests.


Angry Nationalists Don't Sell China's Message - Foreign Policy
Angry Nationalists Don't Sell China's Message  Foreign Policy

China analysts have always hoped that the next generation would bring change, especially as the elite headed overseas. But that's not looking very likely.


Asia markets higher as Chinese exports unexpectedly decline - CNBC
Asia markets higher as Chinese exports unexpectedly decline  CNBC

Chinese customs data showed the country's exports unexpectedly fell in August, pointing to further weakness in the world's second-largest economy.


Liberal MP Gladys Liu refuses to say China's actions in South China Sea unlawful - The Guardian
Liberal MP Gladys Liu refuses to say China's actions in South China Sea unlawful  The Guardian

The MP for the Victorian seat of Chisholm also questioned over her connection to Chinese Communist party organisations. Australian Associated Press. Tue 10 ...


Trump was so angry after China's trade retaliation that he wanted to double tariffs - CNBC
Trump was so angry after China's trade retaliation that he wanted to double tariffs  CNBC

President Donald Trump wanted to double tariff rates on Chinese goods last month after Beijing's latest retaliation in a boiling trade war before settling on a ...


Hong Kong students boycott classes as Chinese media warns 'end is coming' - The Guardian
Hong Kong students boycott classes as Chinese media warns 'end is coming'  The Guardian

Thousands of students in Hong Kong have boycotted the first day of the new term in a *fresh* wave of protests, after a tense weekend of violent clashes between ...


China Has an Ecommerce Giant You’ve Never Heard Of - WIRED
China Has an Ecommerce Giant You’ve Never Heard Of  WIRED

Pinduoduo draws shoppers outside China's big cities with low-priced goods. It trails only Alibaba in number of users, and has a larger market cap than eBay.