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Canadian facing execution in China will appeal his death sentence, lawyer confirms - ABC News
  1. Canadian facing execution in China will appeal his death sentence, lawyer confirms  ABC News
  2. How China is using a death sentence to manipulate Canada  Washington Post
  3. The young man whose life hangs in the balance of Canada-China standoff  CNN
  4. U.S. Calls Canadian’s Sentence in China ‘Politically Motivated’  Bloomberg
  5. 'Strange': China lashes Australia over drug death penalty criticism  The Sydney Morning Herald
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Why China’s latest stimulus effort is simultaneously calming and unsettling investors - MarketWatch
  1. Why China’s latest stimulus effort is simultaneously calming and unsettling investors  MarketWatch
  2. China just injected a record amount of money to stimulate its economy  CNBC
  3. How far will China go to revive its economy?  CNN
  4. China Is Losing The Trade War In Nearly Every Way  Forbes
  5. China Presses on With Tax-Cut Strategy as Lending Stabilizes  Bloomberg
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China Is Turning Into Its Own Worst Economic Enemy - Bloomberg
China Is Turning Into Its Own Worst Economic Enemy  Bloomberg

Beijing has hamstrung future growth with misguided policies.


China's Moon Plants Are Dead - Space.com
China's Moon Plants Are Dead  Space.com

The moon is a lifeless world once again. The cotton plants that sprouted on the moon's far side aboard China's Chang'e 4 lander are dead, done in by the bitter ...


These stocks could surge the most if and when US and China reach a trade deal - CNBC
These stocks could surge the most if and when US and China reach a trade deal  CNBC

U.S. stocks with revenue exposure to China including Skyworks Solutions, Broadcom, Micron Technology and Marvell Technology Group can be big winners if a ...


Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China - BBC News
Why a 1,200-year-old calligraphy piece angered China  BBC News

A decision by Taiwan's National Palace Museum to lend a rare calligraphy to Japan's Tokyo National Museum has sparked outrage across China. On paper it ...


Nasa asked to use Chinese spacecraft for moon mission, top scientist says - South China Morning Post
Nasa asked to use Chinese spacecraft for moon mission, top scientist says  South China Morning Post

US space scientists had asked permission to borrow China's Chang'e 4 spacecraft and relay satellite to plan a mission to the far side of the moon.


China's Coffee Upstart Is Pouring Millions Into Overtaking Starbucks - Yahoo! Finance News
China's Coffee Upstart Is Pouring Millions Into Overtaking Starbucks  Yahoo! Finance News

Luckin Coffee, a Chinese startup that's banking on selling cappuccinos to on-the-go office workers, is spending millions of dollars a year opening outlets to ...


U.S. lawmakers introduce bipartisan bills targeting China's Huawei and ZTE - Reuters
U.S. lawmakers introduce bipartisan bills targeting China's Huawei and ZTE  Reuters

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers introduced bills on Wednesday that would ban the sale of U.S. chips or other components to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd ...


China is developing cutting-edge weapons, and the greatest danger is that they may soon have the confidence to use them, the Pentagon warns - Business Insider
China is developing cutting-edge weapons, and the greatest danger is that they may soon have the confidence to use them, the Pentagon warns  Business Insider

China is developing some of "most modern weapon systems in the world," and may soon be confident enough to use them in battle, a new DIA report warns.


Ottawa Tourism pauses marketing to China - CBC.ca
Ottawa Tourism pauses marketing to China  CBC.ca

In response to rising tensions between Canada and China, Ottawa Tourism is pausing its marketing of the national capital region to Chinese tour operators and ...


Short Pants and Long Sleeves: China’s Soccer Team Plays Under Tattoo Ban - The New York Times
Short Pants and Long Sleeves: China’s Soccer Team Plays Under Tattoo Ban  The New York Times

It's hot at the Asian Cup in Abu Dhabi, but some of China's players are wearing long sleeves because of a rule barring visible tattoos in matches.


China's foreign direct investment into the US dropped precipitously in 2018, data show - CNBC
China's foreign direct investment into the US dropped precipitously in 2018, data show  CNBC

Trade tensions, along with pressure on companies from Beijing, have caused a decline in Chinese direct investment into the United States. Still, Chinese home ...


China drug smuggler: Why Robert Schellenberg was arrested, sentenced to death - NEWS.com.au
China drug smuggler: Why Robert Schellenberg was arrested, sentenced to death  NEWS.com.au

A Canadian man is facing execution by a Chinese court over a drug smuggling case that has seen tensions escalate between the two countries.


Australia's fortunes are linked to China's economy — for better or worse - ABC News
Australia's fortunes are linked to China's economy — for better or worse  ABC News

Australia's dependence on Chinese money has been a blessing for the local economy, but it could unravel painfully if China's economic slowdown worsens.


The head of the world's largest money manager foresees a bullish surge on a US-China trade deal - CNBC
The head of the world's largest money manager foresees a bullish surge on a US-China trade deal  CNBC

The markets would see a bullish surge in investor sentiment if the U.S. were to reach a trade deal with the China, BlackRock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink told ...


Is China Really Cheating? - Bloomberg
Is China Really Cheating?  Bloomberg

The evidence of Chinese malfeasance on trade, technology and intellectual property is a lot thinner than most people assume.


Eight of China’s provinces have cut their growth levels for 2019 - South China Morning Post
Eight of China’s provinces have cut their growth levels for 2019  South China Morning Post

From the coastal province of Jiangsu to central Henan, China's provinces have downgraded their economic growth targets for 2019, as the cold reality of the ...


China rejects Canada’s plea for clemency for Robert Lloyd Schellenberg sentenced to death for drug trafficking - Toronto Star
China rejects Canada’s plea for clemency for Robert Lloyd Schellenberg sentenced to death for drug trafficking  Toronto Star

OTTAWA—The dispute between Canada and China escalated further Wednesday after the Chinese government rejected Canada's appeal for clemency for ...


Big Winners of the Shutdown: China and Russia - Bloomberg
Big Winners of the Shutdown: China and Russia  Bloomberg

As the partial government shutdown drags on, the political cost is mounting for the White House, and the domestic consequences — from uninspected food to ...


Wall St dragged down by China's economic slowdown - ABC News
Wall St dragged down by China's economic slowdown  ABC News

Wall Street and European markets trade lower, as the world's second largest economy shows further signs of weakening as a consequence of billions of dollars ...


Asian Cup: South Korea beat China to win group - BBC Sport
Asian Cup: South Korea beat China to win group  BBC Sport

Tottenham forward Son Heung-min says he did not expect to play for so much of South Korea's Asian Cup win over China in Abu Dhabi.


China province looks to boost shopping with longer weekend - BBC News
China province looks to boost shopping with longer weekend  BBC News

A province in China may give workers Friday afternoon off as part of wider efforts to boost consumption in the country's slowing economy. Hebei province is ...


Will China’s Economy Hit a Great Wall? - The New York Times
Will China’s Economy Hit a Great Wall?  The New York Times

The other day I issued a warning about the Chinese economy. It is, I wrote, “emerging as a danger spot in a world economy that really, really doesn't need this ...


Huawei Founder Denies His Firm Spies For China - NPR
Huawei Founder Denies His Firm Spies For China  NPR

In rare remarks to foreign media, Ren Zhengfei says his telecommunications equipment company is independently owned and would not give China user data.


China Is a Dangerous Rival, and America Should Treat It Like One - The New York Times
China Is a Dangerous Rival, and America Should Treat It Like One  The New York Times

Enough with the endless talks and handshakes. We need to untie the American economy from China.


China’s Growth Machine No Longer Looks Unstoppable - Bloomberg
China’s Growth Machine No Longer Looks Unstoppable  Bloomberg

The debt-powered stimulus the country used to steer through the Great Recession is starting to look like a drag.


China's Muslims fear crackdown in ancient city of Xi'an - The Guardian
China's Muslims fear crackdown in ancient city of Xi'an  The Guardian

The next 15 megacities #5: Tourist flock to the Xi'an's ancient Muslim area – but reports from elsewhere in China of crackdowns and re-education camps are ...


Should China's central bank buy local equities? - Financial Times
Should China's central bank buy local equities?  Financial Times

For months now, China's authorities have tried to stop its economy from slowing down. But despite slashing the amount of cash banks must hold as reserves, ...


The Search for China’s Sixth Consumer Wave - Bloomberg
The Search for China’s Sixth Consumer Wave  Bloomberg

The answer may lie in redistributing income to poorer workers rather than offering incentives to buy more cars and refrigerators.


China Aftershocks - National Review
China Aftershocks  National Review

Did U.S. policymakers made a big mistake in 2000 by extending normal trade relations to China on a permanent basis?


UK to lose offshore wind crown to China - Telegraph.co.uk
UK to lose offshore wind crown to China  Telegraph.co.uk

The UK will lose its global lead in the offshore wind market to China after almost half the world's investment in seaborne turbines flowed to the Chinese coastline ...


Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing patriot who spied for China - BBC News
Kevin Mallory: The churchgoing patriot who spied for China  BBC News

US officials say China is trying to influence US policymakers, steal secrets and spy on the US government. But how? The story of Kevin Mallory, a man who ...


China's Grand Strategy - Forbes
China's Grand Strategy  Forbes

China's unprecedented economic expansion now exerts a gravitational pull on the world economy, gathering emerging markets in its orbit. Bolstered by its ...


China's Waymo rival quietly launched an Uber-style app for driverless cars, making it one of the first to do so - CNBC
China's Waymo rival quietly launched an Uber-style app for driverless cars, making it one of the first to do so  CNBC

Pony.ai, one of China's most valuable driverless car start-ups, has launched an app that allows users to hail an autonomous taxi, making it one of the first ...


Japan surges new weapons, military roles to meet China's rise - Military Times
Japan surges new weapons, military roles to meet China's rise  Military Times

TOKYO — Most Japanese military officials won't name the potential adversary that has spurred rapid Japanese modernization across its ground, maritime and ...


China broadcasts spacecraft pictures from the far side of the moon - NEWS.com.au
China broadcasts spacecraft pictures from the far side of the moon  NEWS.com.au

China has broadcast pictures taken by its rover and lander on the moon's far side, in what its space program hailed as another triumph for the groundbreaking ...


Chinese school offers ‘love leave’ to stressed-out single teachers - South China Morning Post
Chinese school offers ‘love leave’ to stressed-out single teachers  South China Morning Post

A middle school in eastern China has offered its single and childless teachers two half-days of “love leave” a month to boost staff morale, local newspaper Dushi ...


Carmakers face cuts and gloom as China sales shift into reverse - Financial Times
Carmakers face cuts and gloom as China sales shift into reverse  Financial Times

Groups must adjust as world's biggest market shrinks for first time since 1990.


FUREY FACTOR: 'We don't have to take it from China anymore' - Toronto Sun
FUREY FACTOR: 'We don't have to take it from China anymore'  Toronto Sun

WATCH ABOVE as Sun's national columnist Anthony Furey gives the Canadian government some ideas on how to deal with China.What do YOU think?Is China ...


China's Muslim detention camps | News - The Guardian
China's Muslim detention camps | News  The Guardian

Up to a million Muslims are being held in detention camps in the Chinese province of Xinjiang. The Guardian's Lily Kuo visits the region where authorities are ...


Beijing says latest US-China trade talks were extensive, made progress on forced tech transfers - CNBC
Beijing says latest US-China trade talks were extensive, made progress on forced tech transfers  CNBC

In a Thursday morning statement, China's Commerce Ministry said the just-concluded round of trade talks with the U.S. were extensive and established a ...


China is erasing what makes us unique - Washington Post
China is erasing what makes us unique  Washington Post

Joshua Wong is the secretary general of Demosisto, a political group that advocates for self-determination in Hong Kong. He was one of the leaders of the 2014 ...


The foreign actors making their careers in China's propaganda films - ABC News
The foreign actors making their careers in China's propaganda films  ABC News

As China seeks to expand its global influence, it's pouring money into patriotic films, requiring thousands of foreigners — including many Australians — to fill the ...


Why '1984' and 'Animal Farm' Aren't Banned in China - The Atlantic
Why '1984' and 'Animal Farm' Aren't Banned in China  The Atlantic

Censorship in the country is more complicated than many Westerners imagine.


In China, they’re closing churches, jailing pastors – and even rewriting scripture - The Guardian
In China, they’re closing churches, jailing pastors – and even rewriting scripture  The Guardian

China's Communist party is intensifying religious persecution as Christianity's popularity grows. A new state translation of the Bible will establish a 'correct ...


Man attacks 20 children with hammer at primary school in China's capital Beijing - ABC News
Man attacks 20 children with hammer at primary school in China's capital Beijing  ABC News

The suspect is a disgruntled employee who allegedly took his frustrations out on a class. Three of the victims suffered heavy injuries but there were no reports of ...


With Kim’s Visit, China Shows U.S. It Has Leverage on Trade - The New York Times
With Kim’s Visit, China Shows U.S. It Has Leverage on Trade  The New York Times

The softening Chinese economy has weakened Beijing's hand as it struggles to settle the trade war. Its pull with North Korea could strengthen its position.


China's anti-corruption campaign recovers $519 million in a year - NBCNews.com
China's anti-corruption campaign recovers $519 million in a year  NBCNews.com

BEIJING — More than 1,000 Chinese fugitives who fled abroad were returned to the country last year and more than $519 million in ill-gotten gains was ...


In Price and Value, Chinese Phone Makers Outpace Apple in Much of the World - The New York Times
In Price and Value, Chinese Phone Makers Outpace Apple in Much of the World  The New York Times

The tech giant's recent warning about disappointing iPhone sales in China obscured the fact that it is also losing out to Chinese brands in places like France, ...


China's slowing inflation leaves 'plenty of room' for central bank to cut rates, analyst says - CNBC
China's slowing inflation leaves 'plenty of room' for central bank to cut rates, analyst says  CNBC

China's producer inflation rose less than expected for the month of December to hit the lowest growth rate in two years, official data showed on Thursday.


China's staggering 40 years of change in pictures - BBC News
China's staggering 40 years of change in pictures  BBC News

China got rich over the last 40 years. Here's a guide to what changed, in pictures.


China 'ship killer' DF-26 missiles activated: 'sink two carriers' threat - NEWS.com.au
China 'ship killer' DF-26 missiles activated: 'sink two carriers' threat  NEWS.com.au

Beijing has moved to make good on its threat to 'sink two aircraft carriers', stating it has activated 'ship killer' ballistic missiles in response to a US Navy ...


From fishing village to the world stage: inside China's Silicon Valley - The Sydney Morning Herald
From fishing village to the world stage: inside China's Silicon Valley  The Sydney Morning Herald

For all of Donald Trump's trade war talk of Chinese technology theft, many of 2018's digital trends were made in China.


China's ambassador accuses Canada of double standards, 'white supremacy' over Huawei - CNN
China's ambassador accuses Canada of double standards, 'white supremacy' over Huawei  CNN

China's ambassador to Canada has accused his host government of "Western egotism and white supremacy" over their handling of the case of Huawei ...


China's Hostage Diplomacy - Lawfare
China's Hostage Diplomacy  Lawfare

The Chinese government may be using a drug prosecution and potential death sentence as a diplomatic tool in response to Canada's detention of Huawei ...


China: Population to hit 1.44bn then decline in 2030 - NEWS.com.au
China: Population to hit 1.44bn then decline in 2030  NEWS.com.au

China's population is set to reach a peak of 1.442 billion in 2029 and start a long period of “unstoppable” decline in 2030, government scholars say in a research ...


Chinese markets' 2018 performance was their worst in a decade - CNBC
Chinese markets' 2018 performance was their worst in a decade  CNBC

Major stock indexes in mainland China notched double digit declines in 2018, in a year where markets.


China's faltering economy gives US stronger hand in trade talks, Trump says - The Guardian
China's faltering economy gives US stronger hand in trade talks, Trump says  The Guardian

As US officials fly to Beijing for negotiations, the president says the Chinese 'sort of have to' make a deal on tariffs.


U. S. charges Chinese hackers in alleged theft of vast trove of confidential data in 12 countries - Washington Post
U. S. charges Chinese hackers in alleged theft of vast trove of confidential data in 12 countries  Washington Post

The United States and four of its closest allies on Thursday blamed China for a 12-year campaign of cyberattacks that vacuumed up technology and trade ...


How Chummy Are Junk Food Giants and China’s Health Officials? They Share Offices - The New York Times
How Chummy Are Junk Food Giants and China’s Health Officials? They Share Offices  The New York Times

A life sciences institute funded by Coca-Cola and other multinational beverage and snack companies even has offices inside the government's health ministry.


How China could dominate science - The Economist
How China could dominate science  The Economist

A HUNDRED YEARS ago a wave of student protests broke over China's great cities. Desperate to reverse a century of decline, the leaders of the May Fourth ...


Can China become a scientific superpower? - The Economist
Can China become a scientific superpower?  The Economist

TO LAND ON the Moon, as China's Chang'e -4 spacecraft did on January 3rd, is not quite the pinnacle of achievement it once was. Both the Indian government ...


Are the wheels coming off China's Belt and Road megaproject? - CNN
Are the wheels coming off China's Belt and Road megaproject?  CNN

Kenya is the latest country where China is frantically defusing a public relations storm over President Xi Jinping's signature Belt and Road megaproject.


China's Moon Landing: Lunar Rover Begins Its Exploration - The New York Times
China's Moon Landing: Lunar Rover Begins Its Exploration  The New York Times

BEIJING — Hours after a space probe from China made humanity's first landing on the far side of the moon, sending images of its surroundings back to Earth, ...


China's December manufacturing activity contracts even more than expected - CNBC
China's December manufacturing activity contracts even more than expected  CNBC

Activity inChina's manufacturing sector contracted for the first time in more than two years in the month of December amid a domestic economic slowdown and ...


China's Secret Children Step Out of the Shadows to Share Stories - Bloomberg
China's Secret Children Step Out of the Shadows to Share Stories  Bloomberg

As China enters a year that could finally bring an end to the world's biggest social-control experiment, parents and children who suffered under the one-child ...


China’s Canadian Hostages - The New York Times
China’s Canadian Hostages  The New York Times

Is the use of pawns the bad new normal in trade and diplomatic disputes?


Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World - The New York Times
Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World  The New York Times

A glut of unwanted apartments gets part of the blame for a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. In some places, homeowners are taking to the ...


China's current GDP growth is likely less than 6%, economist says - CNBC
China's current GDP growth is likely less than 6%, economist says  CNBC

China's economic growth is likely below the 6 percent level currently amid faltering domestic demand, according to one economist.


Telling the China Story: The Rise and Rise of Chinese Science Fiction - FactorDaily
Telling the China Story: The Rise and Rise of Chinese Science Fiction  FactorDaily

“Science fiction is as rare as unicorn horns, which shows in a way the intellectual poverty of our times”, wrote Lu Xun, one of China's most towering and revered ...


Astronaut: What China's moon landing means for US - CNN
Astronaut: What China's moon landing means for US  CNN

By being the first to land a spacecraft and rover on the far side of the moon, China signals to the US that it must now step up its game to maintain its place as the ...


Clouds loom over global business as Chinese economy falters - Financial Times
Clouds loom over global business as Chinese economy falters  Financial Times

From cars to smartphones, signs of weakening demand worry multinationals.


China's top gay dating app stops accepting new users after claims it put minors at risk - CNN
China's top gay dating app stops accepting new users after claims it put minors at risk  CNN

Beijing (CNN Business) China's most popular gay dating app has temporarily stopped accepting new users after allegations that it put underage people at risk ...


China powers up electric car market - BBC News
China powers up electric car market  BBC News

New rules could help some manufacturers in the world's biggest market for electric cars.


China's Stability Is at Risk - The National Interest Online
China's Stability Is at Risk  The National Interest Online

Offshore investors who have become enamored of the illusion of economic growth and political stability in China may want to recalibrate the reality gauge in ...


Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan - The New York Times
Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan  The New York Times

BEIJING — President Xi Jinping declared on Wednesday that he wants progress on China's decades-long quest to win control of Taiwan. But his proposal ...


Chinese cities crack down on Christmas celebrations - The Guardian
Chinese cities crack down on Christmas celebrations  The Guardian

Chinese authorities are cracking down on Christmas. Several cities, schools, and government institutions have ordered citizens not to celebrate the holiday and ...


China broadcasts spacecraft pictures from moon's far side - CTV News
China broadcasts spacecraft pictures from moon's far side  CTV News

China on Friday broadcast pictures taken by its rover and lander on the moon's far side, in what its space program hailed as another triumph for the ...


Beijing's crackdown on religion clouds holiday season for China's faithful - CNN
Beijing's crackdown on religion clouds holiday season for China's faithful  CNN

It's a Christmas battle for the hearts and souls of the Chinese people.


China's brutal crackdown on Christianity, Christmas - NEWS.com.au
China's brutal crackdown on Christianity, Christmas  NEWS.com.au

Chinese police have launched a Christmas crackdown against Christians — arresting a prominent pastor, raiding churches and charging followers with ...


China's economy had a tough 2018. Next year will be worse - CNN
China's economy had a tough 2018. Next year will be worse  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) 1. China's rocky year: China's economy is entering uncharted territory, and that could spell trouble for the rest of the world.


Ma Jian: China's ex-intelligence chief jailed for life - BBC News
Ma Jian: China's ex-intelligence chief jailed for life  BBC News

China's ex-intelligence chief Ma Jian has been sentenced to life in prison for crimes including taking bribes and insider trading, a court says. Ma had been put ...


China has built an antenna 5 times the size of New York – but at what risk? - South China Morning Post
China has built an antenna 5 times the size of New York – but at what risk?  South China Morning Post

Work to build facility was 13 years in the making, but some researchers have expressed concern about exposure to extremely low frequency waves.


European stocks close lower on weak Chinese data; Pandora shares down 6% - CNBC
European stocks close lower on weak Chinese data; Pandora shares down 6%  CNBC

European markets closed lower on Monday after a shock contraction in Chinese exports heightened fears of a slowdown in global growth.


China's Car Sales Just Fell for First Time in Over 20 Years - Bloomberg
China's Car Sales Just Fell for First Time in Over 20 Years  Bloomberg

The growth engine for the world's car industry has been thrown into reverse, with China recording the first annual slump in auto sales in more than two decades ...


Chinese Navy ship seen carrying an apparent railgun capable of firing hypersonic projectiles - ABC News
Chinese Navy ship seen carrying an apparent railgun capable of firing hypersonic projectiles  ABC News

A Chinese naval warship has been pictured out at sea carrying what appears to be an electromagnetic railgun, a ship-mounted weapon that can fire projectiles ...


How millennials grapple with isolation in the shrinking cities of Yichun, China - National Geographic
How millennials grapple with isolation in the shrinking cities of Yichun, China  National Geographic

As China struggles to revive its industrial heartland, its young people grapple with isolation.


China's far side of the moon mission is just the start of its space ambitions - CNN
China's far side of the moon mission is just the start of its space ambitions  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN) As you read this, a spindly-looking silver robot with a satellite dish for a head is exploring places never seen up close before by humans.


China may tweak its plan to dominate tech, but it won't back down - CNN
China may tweak its plan to dominate tech, but it won't back down  CNN

Hong Kong (CNN Business) China's efforts to become a global powerhouse in the technology of the future are under attack. But don't expect it to beat a retreat.


Uyghur woman details life inside Chinese 're-education camp' in Xinjiang - ABC News
Uyghur woman details life inside Chinese 're-education camp' in Xinjiang  ABC News

A Uyghur woman has detailed conditions she says were tantamount to torture inside one of China's "re-education camps" in far western Xinjiang province.


China’s State Media Finds Good News in Underwear - The New York Times
China’s State Media Finds Good News in Underwear  The New York Times

An unorthodox economic indicator points to an improving outlook in China's rust belt. Economists are skeptical, but there are precedents for this kind of ...


Chinese schools enforce 'smart uniforms' with GPS tracking system to monitor students - ABC News
Chinese schools enforce 'smart uniforms' with GPS tracking system to monitor students  ABC News

Chinese schools have begun enforcing "smart uniforms" embedded with computer chips to monitor student movements and prevent them from skipping classes.


China's Xi Jinping calls on Donald Trump for trade compromise - The Guardian
China's Xi Jinping calls on Donald Trump for trade compromise  The Guardian

China's president, Xi Jinping, has called for Donald Trump to reach a compromise on trade, as discussions continue in an attempt to avert the imposition of ...


How Greenland could become China's Arctic base - BBC News
How Greenland could become China's Arctic base  BBC News

The vast northern expanse of Greenland needs investment, and China is willing to help – for a price.


Study: China faces 'unstoppable' population decline by mid-century - CNN
Study: China faces 'unstoppable' population decline by mid-century  CNN

China will face an "unstoppable" population decline over the coming decades, with fewer and fewer workers struggling to support an increasingly aging society, ...


China's Health Care Crisis - The New York Times
China's Health Care Crisis  The New York Times

DIY cancer drugs, violence in hospitals, doctor shortages: We take you inside China's broken health care system to reveal how dire the situation is for over a ...


Chinese manufacturing had an even worse December than expected, more data show - CNBC
Chinese manufacturing had an even worse December than expected, more data show  CNBC

Results of a private survey on China's manufacturing for the month of December showed factory activity contracted for the first time in 19 months amid a trade ...


Chinese Scientist Who Claimed to Make Genetically Edited Babies Is Kept Under Guard - The New York Times
Chinese Scientist Who Claimed to Make Genetically Edited Babies Is Kept Under Guard  The New York Times

SHENZHEN, China — The Chinese scientist who shocked the world by claiming that he had created the first genetically edited babies is sequestered in a small ...


China 'releases' Canadian teacher Sarah McIver - BBC News
China 'releases' Canadian teacher Sarah McIver  BBC News

A Canadian citizen who was detained in China amid frosty relations between the two countries has been released and returned to Canada, media reports say.