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Geely Beauty Leopard tuned by Chinese

Chinese are tuning a Geely Beauty Leopard. I have seen copies of Enzo Ferrari cars and modified by the Chinese but this copy of a car valued at $ 650,000 is like too much. So a Geely Beauty Leopard was transformed into a successful copy of the red Ferrari. I…

Man verbally abuses South Korean guests after “dirty Chinese kimchi” argument

South Korean police said Tuesday they were investigating a Chinese man who allegedly displayed violent behavior in a restaurant in central Seoul after other people talked about "dirty Chinese kimchi". The 50-year-old Chinese man, whose name is withheld, overheard three 70-year-old men sitting by his table. The then drunk Chinese…
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What is the difference between the US-operated Blue Dot Network and China’s Belt and Road Initiative? money

Imitation, it is said, is a "form of flattery," and if that's true then China should feel extremely flattered when other powers (particularly the US, Jan, and Australia) are willing to emulate its remarkable infrastructure. and abroad. The most recent manifestation of this “copy-and-catch-up” obsession by the three powers (or…
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Microsoft has exposed its cloud databases to thousands of customers in an unused vulnerability, the company says

Microsoft on Thursday warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the largest companies in the world, that intruders could have the ability to read, modify, or even delete their main databases, according to a copy of the email and a cybersecurity researcher is located in the flagship…
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The WHO is testing the Chinese vaccine against the Sinopharm coronavirus in an emergency

The World Health Organization announced on Friday that it had detected a Covid-19 vaccine from the Chinese state-owned drug manufacturer Sinopharm for an emergency. The vaccine is one of two main Chinese vaccinations that together have already been given to hundreds of millions of people in China and abroad, it…
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Future of Auto industry comes from indigo

Chinese from Shuanghuan Automobile plays hard and goes out. Recently, they made a copy of the Smart fortwo model of the product from Daimler, which they called a Noble and the importer, China Motors, won before a court in Greece (against complaints of plagiarism made by Daimler ) the right…

Nissan 370Z by MCR

Branew will not be the only tuner that will present the Auto Salon in Tokyo (January 9-11) the Nissan 370Z, Japanese Matchless Crowd Racing (MCR) will do the same thing. Regarding the copy of the MCR, do not know many details, but know that it will have an aero kit…

India’s latest ban on Chinese ps casts shadow over mainland tech firms’ global ambitions

India's latest move to ban more Chinese ps points to worsening prospects for tech companies from China operating in the South Asian nation, analysts said.The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has placed 54 Chinese-linked ps on its ban list citing security concerns, The Economic Times reported on Monday,…
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Chinese-Americans’ contribution to Yosemite National Park honored in a new attraction

A centuries-old building that was originally used by Chinese workers as a laundry facility at the iconic Wawona Hotel in Yosemite has been restored and turned into a visitor attraction to pay tribute to the contribution of Chinese Americans to the early history of the famous U.S. National Park on…
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Hungarian opposition candidate pledges full review of Orban’s close ties with China

The challenger to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's stranglehold in power has vowed to break Budapest's close ties with Beijing if he wins next year's elections. Peter Marki-Zay, a unity candidate chosen from a coalition of opposition parties, said he would review “everything from infrastructure loans from Chinese political banks…
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China has secured factories in Myanmar against vandalism, but how can it protect itself from the sentiment against China?

Myanmar has deployed more forces to strengthen security in an industrial area where Chinese companies are concentrated, said a senior Chinese envoy from Asean, as Beijing increasingly embroils itself in one of the worst episodes of political chaos for its neighbor Deng Xijun, Chinese ambassador at the Association of Southeast…
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China is mobilizing its private companies to help India fight the Covid-19 surge

China has vowed to encourage its private companies to help India fight a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases, with new infections and local media reports being published repeatedly around the world every day that patients are dying from a lack of oxygen. Wang Xiaojian, a spokesman for the Chinese embassy…
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New Chinese spy drone “will make fighting scenes in the films a reality,” state media claim

Chinese state television has highlighted a new armed spy drone. One report said it can work with other unmanned aerial vehicles to conduct reconnaissance and attack operations. The WJ-700, which made its maiden flight in January, is considered a key part of the Chinese military's ambitious "unmanned combat system", although…
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Driver’s license deal makes it easier for the Chinese to drive on the roads in France

The mutual recognition of Chinese and French driving licenses will come into force on Tuesday after the French government put the agreement into effect. China has urged other countries to agree similar measures to facilitate the lives of large numbers of Chinese overseas. The move will benefit tourists, students and…
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China sends team to Pakistan to investigate “terrorist” bus attack

China has sent criminal investigation specialists to Pakistan to investigate last week's fatal bus explosion that killed 13 people, including nine Chinese citizens. In an emergency call on Saturday, Chinese Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi told Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad that the two countries should work together to…
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India upset when Chinese border guard takes part in Beijing Olympic torch relay

The Beijing Winter Olympics received a frosty reception in India on Wednesday after a Chinese soldier involved in a deadly skirmish in the Himalayas took part in the traditional torch relay following the high-altitude clash in the Galwan Valley, which separates the world's two most populous nations is controversial. Troops…
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Do young Chinese people fall in love with marriage?

Young Chinese dare to marry less and less, according to a new poll - a trend that threatens to worsen the country's bleak demographic outlook. Despite the traditional importance attached to marriage in Chinese culture, the survey of nearly 3,000 unmarried people between the ages of 18 and 26 across…
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Chinese sentiment is turning against the public denunciation of the famous pianist Li Yundi for hiring a sex worker

Now that the dust has settled, the Chinese public is wondering whether the reprimanding of famous Chinese pianist Li Yundi, who was completely discredited after being accused by police of recruiting a sex worker, was reasonable in raiding immoral celebrities - Industry associations and business partners quickly distanced themselves from…
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According to the survey, Chinese companies see a more stable business environment in the US despite tensions

Chinese businessmen said they see an improvement in the U.S. business environment as they expect more predictable Washington-Beijing relations under U.S. President Joe Biden amid mounting tensions over issues such as alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and other executives said they anticipate U.S. relations and ChinaChina to improve rather…
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“Having Babies or Going to Jail”: The Chinese Internet ridicules the official call for propaganda for 3-child policies

If the Chinese Internet has its way, the next official slogan to promote the country's three-child policy could be: “Anyone who does not get married or have children ends up in prison. If you do so, you will have a happy life. ”This is just one example of the ridicule…
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Chinese satellite hints at space war arts by evading US surveillance

A Chinese satellite has performed a maneuver to avoid tracking a US spy satellite, suggesting its capability in a possible space war. But some defense analysts said the scenario is not new and the incident should not be viewed as an escalation of the rivalry between China and the US…
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San Francisco declares for racism against Chinese-Americans

Dennis Casey Wu, a student at Lowell High School in San Francisco, did not know much about his city's history of racism against Chinese-Americans.But when he saw nearby Antioch logise for the 1876 burning of its Chinatown by white residents, he thought: what about San Francisco? Wu and his friends…
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China in Africa: Zambia’s Chinese debts almost double the official figure, according to the study

The government of Zambia's former President Edgar Lungu may have underestimated the burden of Chinese loans on its external creditors, a new report from a US research program shows. Lusaka owed Chinese financiers $ 6.6 billion as of August - nearly double the $ 3.4 billion the South African nation…
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The truck driver kills himself after BeiDou, the Chinese version of GPS, failed and resulted in a heavy police fine

Chinese authorities are investigating the death of a truck driver who was allegedly fined 2,000 yuan (US $ 305) for disrupting satellite navigation. The incident highlighted issues that domestic users of the China-made BeiDou navigation satellite system have encountered with the Chinese government hoping to keep up with the US…
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Three Chinese hostages in Mali. released

Three Chinese nationals kidnapped in southwest Mali in July have been released, the presidency announced on Monday July 17, Mali's army said at the time. The Mauritanians were released 10 days later. The office of Mali's interim president Colonel Assimi Goita said in a statement on Monday that the three…

The Communist Party shouldn’t be overly dependent on big data, says the scientist

According to a Chinese scholar, Chinese Communist Party officials shouldn't rely too heavily on big data but consider “human factors” in their decisions on matters involving grassroots members. While big data has played a crucial role in big data, Hua Yong, professor at Shanghai East China University of Political Science…
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China Protests BBC Declaration on Treatment of Journalists Covering Henan Floods

China protested the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for its coverage of the recent floods in Henan province and its statement on how to deal with foreign journalists, the State Department said on Tuesday with inundation of "distorting the real situation of the Chinese government's rescue efforts." to organize, and the…
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US espionage prosecution “discriminates” against Chinese and Asian defendants, the Committee of 100 says

According to a new report, US espionage cases have punished Chinese and Asian defendants more harshly and may have falsely charged them more often than Western defendants. China Relations examined the study of court records from 190 Economic Espionage Act (EEA) cases involving 276 defendants between 1996 and 2020, and…
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Due to the semiconductor shortage, China’s automakers and chip suppliers are joining forces to address the problem

The shortage of automotive chips is bringing China's automakers and semiconductor suppliers closer together than ever before. Representatives from both industries are discussing contingency plans on the sidelines of an event in the chip industry that ended on Saturday. The Chinese Association of Automobile Manufacturers, which represents the country's car,…
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At Lunar New Year, Thailand pines for its missing Chinese tourists as Covid-19 keeps them away ahead of the Winter Olympics

At a cliffside restaurant on Thailand's Koh Larn, where squat teak dining tables overlook an empty white-sand bay, manager Sutthiea Saengsaswi says the last time Chinese tourists were around for the Lunar New Year celebrations her takings went up to around US$6,000 a day. Now they are just US$300 a…
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The rescue of 68 dogs en route to the slaughterhouse highlights the annual dispute over China’s dog meat festival

Chinese animal rights activists in a southern Chinese city last week intercepted a truck filled with 68 dogs crammed into rusty wired cages to a slaughterhouse, likely to be eaten during the infamous dog meat festival, were intercepted outside the city of Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region. Many of them were…
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The US targets the Chinese high-tech and defense sectors in the “deepening raid”

Washington will continue to target China's high-tech and defense sectors and is taking steps that could lead to technology decoupling, observers say after the US blacklisted more Chinese firms. A dozen Chinese firms - including quantum computing and semiconductor companies and companies that "contributed to Pakistan's unsecured nuclear activity" -…
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In the midst of the AUKUS series, concerns about overfishing by Chinese ships on the high seas are growing

Amid concern over aggressive Chinese actions in the South China SeaThere have been reports of growing concern about Chinese ships overfishing in the high seas. Several hundred Chinese fishing trawlers have been discovered nearby Galagos Islands last year when ships reportedly traveled thousands of miles each year looking for squid.…
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China’s securities regulator is signaling its willingness to cooperate with the US on audit inspections

The Chinese Securities Commission has announced it will "create conditions" to work with the United States to oversee audits of Chinese companies. The year could be a sign that it is ready to resolve a delicate problem that could lead to it $ 1.3 trillion worth of stocks will be…
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Chinese national and soldier killed in attack in South Sudan, government official said

A Chinese national and a South Sudanese soldier were killed on Wednesday along a main road connecting Cital Juba with the city of Rumbek, a regional government official told Agence France-Presse. The nearly 400 kilometer long road is currently being extensively rebuilt by the Shandong Hi-Speed ​​Group Company at a…
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The Mayor of New York City wants Biden to apologize to the US “Chinese community” for Trump’s remarks

New York City Mayor Eric Adams urged the White House to issue a public statement to Asian Americans calling Covid the "China virus" and other remarks made by former President Donald Trump at the start of the pandemic Stand and say on behalf of the American people, 'We apologize to…
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The US must find a way to deal with China to avoid clashes, senior officials say

According to two senior Chinese officials, the United States has not yet found the right way to deal with China and should focus on its domestic issues rather than conflicting with Beijing as a rival. At an event on Saturday in Beijing for the 50th time, Chinese Vice President Wang…
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Huawei takes Sweden to court after Nordic country bans Chinese tech giant’s 5G products

Huawei Technologies Co. said on Sunday it has initiated arbitration proceedings against Sweden under the World Bank Group after the Nordic country banned the Chinese tech giant from rolling out its 5G products."The Swedish authorities' decision to discriminate against Huawei and exclude it from the 5G roll-out has significantly harmed…
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COP 15: UN Biodiversity Conference in China Ends with “Strong Signal of Determination” to address the issue

The United Nations Conference on Biodiversity (COP15) in the Chinese city of Kunming has pledged to reverse the loss of biodiversity by 2030 and to agree a framework to protect endangered habitats. The Kunming Declaration is not legally binding, but its announcement by the Chinese Environment Minister Huang Runqiu is…
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China calls on Russia to defend itself against “perverse acts by the USA”

Beijing has urged Moscow to join forces against "perverted" actions by Washington as leaders of Russia and the US prepare for a meeting later this month. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced the call during a telephone conversation with Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on Friday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said:…
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Australia threatens WTO measures as China increases wine tax

Australia has threatened to take action against China for its "unjustifiable" decision to raise tariffs on wine imports for up to five years. "We will examine the next steps, and these next steps will include the examination of this matter before the World Trade Organization," said Australian Trade Minister Dan…
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China announces tit-for-tat sanctions against US individuals and companies

China announced sanctions against six individuals and one entity in the US on Friday in retaliation for previous sanctions Washington imposed on Chinese officials in Hong Kong's upcoming visit by US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's upcoming visit to Tianjin. A statement from the Chinese State Department said the retaliation…
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Coup in Myanmar: China’s cautious response is a delicate balancing act

Given the media reports of Myanme's resistance to the dramatic February 1 coup against Myanmar, what should China do? Theoretically, Myanmar as a neighbor means that its domestic developments are more consistent for China than for many other large countries and therefore deserve a lot of attention. In reality, Myanmar…
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Coronavirus: exemption of emergency vaccines from late-stage clinical trials, Chinese health officials urge WHO

A senior Chinese health official has urged the World Health Organization to include late-stage human studies as a criterion for the coronavirus vaccine emergency list. The call comes days after a second Chinese Covid-19 vaccine was added to the list. Zeng Yixin, vice minister of the National Health Commission, said…
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The US is dropping charges against Gang Chen, an MIT professor accused of lying about relations with China

In a blow to the policy of the US Department of Justice's China Initiative, prosecutors on Thursday dropped all charges against a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor accused of misrepresenting his ties with China in funding documents. Gang Chen, a Chinese-born mechanical engineer and nanotechnology expert at MIT, was arrested…
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Australia says Chinese navy ship fired laser at military aircraft

A Chinese navy vessel directed a laser at an Australian aircraft in flight over the country's northern proaches, illuminating the plane and potentially endangering lives, Canberra's defense department said on Saturday.A P-8A Poseidon – a maritime patrol aircraft – detected a laser emanating from a People's Liberation Army – Navy…
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Despite delisting concerns, the number of Chinese companies on the US stock markets is increasing

The number of Chinese companies listed on the US stock markets has risen 14 percent in the past seven months, despite increased efforts by Washington to restrict market access to companies that are classified as a security threat. As of May 5, up to 248 Chinese companies were listed on…
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Following Beijing’s action, the US is suspending more than 40 passenger flights to China operated by Chinese airlines

Following Beijing's action, the United States has suspended 44 Chinese passenger flights from America to China, authorities said on Friday. To curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Chinese government had suspended some US airline flights. In a recent development, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced in its Friday…
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China Debt: Evergrande Magnate Hui Ka-yan and the founder of Chinese Estates, Joseph Lau over the years

Hong Kong's real estate tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung is one of the closest business allies of Chinese real estate tycoon Hui Ka-yan, in a friendship and alliance forged through weekly card games for more than a decade. Lau and his family were controlled by Chinese Estates Holdings Limited Involved either…
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Tencent sees earnings growth of 29 percent despite regulatory uncertainty surrounding gambling and antitrust

Chinese social media and gaming giant Tencent Holdings posted earnings up 29 percent in the second quarter amid Beijing's tougher scrutiny of big tech. versus 33.1 billion yuan in the same period last year, beating estimates of 30.8 billion yuan as the Hong Kong-listed tech giant prepares for tighter scrutiny…
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Two Chinese citizens killed in a gold mine attack in DR Congo

Four people, including two Chinese nationals, were killed in an attack by militiamen on an artisanal gold mine in northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, civilian and military sources said Thursday. Army spokesman Jules Ngongo said men from the Cooperative for the Development of the Congo (CODECO) killed two Chinese…
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With Wall Street remaining optimistic about China, the challenge is to sell it to the US middle and working class

Despite the rivalry between China and the US on all fronts, Wall Street has continued to double as number 2 in the world economy. In the latest development, Goldman Sachs said it has received approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to take full responsibility for its Chinese joint venture,…
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Yuan Longping: How a Career in Science Produced a National Hero in China

Few Chinese scholars enjoy the national fame and respect that Yuan Longping has achieved. Known in China for developing the first varieties of hybrid rice, Yuan is considered a national hero for boosting the grain harvest and feeding the world's most populous country.His death on Saturday in central Hunan Province…
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China and the US draw lines in the sand at a top-level meeting, but agree to continue talking

In rare high-level talks on Monday, Chinese and American officials set out their grievances in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, but agreed to continue. The much-anticipated US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's visit to China for talks with Secretary of State Wang Yi and Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng…
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The US siblings Victor and Cynthia Liu are finally leaving China as the travel ban is lifted

Two US citizens returned home from China on the weekend after being banned from leaving China for three years, at the same time as a deal to solve the US fraud case of Chinese tech manager Meng Wanzhou. American siblings Victor and Cynthia Liu landed in the United States on…
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‘Bad example’: US lawmakers slam Musk’s Tesla over Xinjiang expansion

US lawmakers have criticized Tesla's expansion in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has reportedly opened detention centers for Uyghurs. In a letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the chair of two House subcommittees said the move was "misguided" and sets a "bad example" as it "empowers" the Chinese…
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Xinjiang cotton: Hugo Boss’ comments spark allegations of hypocrisy online

Hugo Boss' Chinese subsidiary appears to have violated the German fashion brand's corporate position in buying in Xinjiang and said Thursday it will continue to buy cotton from the region. "We have always respected the one-China principle and resolutely defended its sovereignty and territorial integrity," said the unit in Chinese…
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Chinese cars in UK

The Chinese manufacturer, Landwind told that it will launch two of their models in the UK, next spring. Paul William declared that Expedition 4x4 and Fashion MPV have passed the European type approval tests, which are required for mass- market sales. It seems that Chinese cars have suffered hundred of…

“Storyteller” hopes that yarns from old Hong Kong can inspire the discovery of the city’s cultural heritage

Tin Hau Temple in Yau Ma Tei used to serve several functions, from art to a place of worship. Built in the 1860s in honor of the Chinese sea goddess of the same name, the complex was a community center that served as a venue for local council meetings. according…
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Flash warns China about Taiwan

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned China on Sunday that attempts to change the status quo in Taiwan were a "grave mistake". He described the Chinese behavior as "increasingly aggressive" "What we have seen, and what really worries us, are increasingly aggressive measures by the Beijing government against Taiwan,…

In space, China is still focused on defense, Shenzhou veteran says

China has continued to conduct experiments to strengthen its defenses in space since its first anti-satellite missile tests in 2007, according to a senior Chinese space scientist. Qi Faren, an 88-year-old academic from the Chinese Academy of Engineering and the first chief designer of the Shenzhou spacecraft, said China's ability…
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How to have an extra lucky Lunar New Year: red underwear and a loan from the Goddess of Mercy

I burst out laughing when I saw the words “bright red underwear for Chinese New Year” in a promotional email I received the other day. It was as if a divine power from above was reminding me that it is time to prepare for the Lunar New Year.It is no…
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China and US military resume high-level talks on the Afghan crisis

A Chinese military source has confirmed that the Chinese and US military resumed high-level talks last week for the first time since President Joe Biden took office in January. A source close to the People's Liberation Army told the South China Morning Post on Saturday that the Afghanistan crisis was…
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The US-China trade war did not bring home American businesses, research shows

The trade war between the United States and China did not cause American companies to exit the Chinese market, and the cost of tariffs was instead passed on to consumers, new research found Jiakun Jack Zhang argued that US tariffs on Chinese products were worth it billions of dollars -…
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The Covid-19 tests in Macau would have “gone smoothly” without Zhuhai’s changed border policy, says leader Ho Iat-seng

Macau leader Ho Iat-seng has apologized for the chaos and confusion over the city's universal Covid-19 testing program, which he said was partly due to the abrupt overnight changes in border policy by the neighboring Chinese city of Zhuhai in the Chinese Mainland returned. Macau authorities on Tuesday evening demanded…
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US-China Relations: Key Quotes From Xi Jinping and Joe Biden’s Virtual Summit

Chinese President Xi Jinping and his US counterpart Joe Biden met on Tuesday for a virtual summit, their first “face-to-face” meeting since Biden's entry into the White House as an open exchange. Here are some of the key points each guide raised based on readings from the Chinese Foreign Ministry…
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Alien Civilizations and a New Human: The Eight Coolest Archaeological and Paleontological Discoveries of China in 2021

The past 12 months have been an outstanding year for Chinese archeology and paleontology. From Finding a Potential Elderly Versus an “Alien Civilization”, some of the most exciting scientific breakthroughs in 2021 have been in China. They helped us learn more about our world before humans roamed the earth and…
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China’s Weibo is new front in UK-Russia war of words over Ukraine

China's social media platform Weibo has become the latest arena for dialogue between Britain and Russia over Ukraine.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used his Chinese social media account to urge Russian President Vladimir Putin to think again about invading Ukraine."We are on the edge of a cliff, but President Putin…
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Xinjiang firms that have been blacklisted by the US have “postponed orders within China” to minimize the impact

The US import ban and restricted exports involving five Chinese companies will not have an overly large impact on them, as manufacturers can easily change the origin of production by moving orders to other countries in the country, according to a Chinese analyst. The Biden government confirmed Thursday that it…
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China’s yuan is up against the US dollar for the second year in a row, doing best in emerging markets

The Chinese yuan remained largely unchanged against the US dollar in holiday-thinned trading on Friday, but posted gains for a second straight year in 2021, supported by robust exports, a growing trade surplus, steady capital inflows into Chinese assets, and ample dollar liquidity on land. A lower yuan exchange rate…
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Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the online climate summit in Biden

China's President Xi Jinping will attend a virtual climate summit this week hosted by US President Joe Biden, the Chinese State Department said on Wednesday, as political tensions between the two countries remain high. Xi will give an "important speech" at the meeting, the statement said days after the two…
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China says U.S. warship has invaded its waters in the South China Sea

China said Thursday that a U.S. warship illegally entered its territorial waters in the South China Sea "The US (ships) have not been inspected by the Chinese government and entered the sea around China's Paracel Islands without authorization, violating China's sovereignty and security," said Zhao Lijian's Foreign Ministry spokesman. The…
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China plans to donate 100 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine to developing countries by the end of 2021, says Xi Jinping

China will donate 100 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine to developing countries by the end of 2021, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Thursday in an announcement reported by the state-run Chinese news agency Xinhua, Russia, India and South Africa - which together with China make the BRICS - Form…
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Three Chinese telecommunications companies are at risk of working in the US when regulators begin investigations

Unless it is shown that they are not under "undue influence" by Beijing, three Chinese state-owned telecommunications companies could not operate in the US. China Unicom America, Pacific Networks and ComNet had not proven that their work in the US was not subject to any "undue influence" by China, the…
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Beijing’s decision to block Tencent’s merger agreement with Douyu-Huya marks the end of the free-running internet era in China

The Chinese government had never said no to a merger deal in the country's tech sector until last Saturday when the State Administration of Market Regulation (SAMR) blocked the plan from Tencent Holdings, Douyu and Huya, two live streaming video game websites it controls to merge. Analysts say Beijing's veto…
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China “must prevent a reversal” of hot money flows when the US initiates monetary policy, a former official warns

China should consider a potential reversal in capital flows as the Federal Open Markets Committee prepares to begin its monetary policy by withdrawing $ 120 billion worth of monthly bond purchases, a former Chinese central bank official warned investor concerns. that interest rate practice will result in the yuan becoming…
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China is punishing data exports to overseas courts, while Beijing is stepping up its defense against the US’s long arm

A clause has been added to China's draft data protection law penalizing Chinese companies for handing over domestically stored data to foreign police, courts and investigators without Beijing's consent. This will make it harder for overseas law enforcement agencies to get data out of China. China's highest legislative body, the…
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Hong Kong’s $ 700 billion market sell-off in July brings back memories of China’s 2015 share price

Cathie Wood's flagship $ 25.5 billion mutual fund began in 2021 as one of the most enthusiastic and largest portfolio investors in Chinese tech companies listed in Hong Kong and the United States. As June turned into July, the enthusiasm dissipated into caution. Didi Global's $ 4.4 billion initial public…
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Suzuki BiPlane

This amazing concept is ready to capture all the attention for free riders, and not only. BiPlane is powered by 1,000 cc liquid cooled, 4 strokes DOHC and V4 engine. I really can wait to see it in series production! Suzuki BiPlane Suzuki BiPlane [tags]Suzuki,Suzuki Biplane,Chinese engines,Chinese concepts,videos[/tags]

Australia won’t stand for ‘acts of intimidation’, Morrison says after China navy laser incident

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison branded a Chinese navy vessel pointing a laser at one of his nation's surveillance aircraft off the northern coast an “act of intimidation”. The incident occurred three days ago when a P-8A Poseidon patrol plane detected a laser from a Chinese naval ship sailing east…
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“Model battalion”: Chinese President Xi “encourages” PLA troops on the Indian-Chinese border in Tibet

Chinese President Xi Jinping has reportedly praised the efforts of People's Liberation Army (PLA) Unit 77656 is stationed in the Tibet region while "encouraging" it to guard the country's borders. The PLA unit is reportedly stationed on the Sino-Indian border along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). China's state-run Global…
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Xi Jinping’s iron grip on power brings with it a new form of corruption, China experts tell the US Congress Advisory Panel

Chinese leader Xi Jinping's rising rise to power over the past decade has created a new form of corruption in his country's government, as officials compete to show him their loyalty in the first place, a congressional advisory body on US-China relations has found announced at a hearing on Thursday.…
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Suzuki X-Head

The X-Head is from category “big” concept, presented at Tokyo Motor Show, 2007. This is ready to satisfy all of your “Tonka toy” fantasies. It is a fun and functional concept and can be camper for two adults. It also offers fast response to emergencies in extreme environments and stylish…

China’s ambassador “shocked” at the death of graduate Zheng Shaoxiong in Chicago, mother speaks of loss

Chinese Ambassador to the United States, Qin Gang, has called for justice and condemned hatred and xenophobia after 24-year-old Chinese graduate Dennis Zheng Shaoxiong was fatally shot and killed in Chicago on November 9 students in the United States. He was the second international University of Chicago student to be…
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Daihatsu Mud Master-C

Speaking of big cars, the Master-C can be called a transporter designed with body-on-frame construction for cargo capability and durability. For this model, Daihatsu collaborated with Raita Suzuki, a leading professional cyclist. Mud Master-C offers great versatility and convenience for mountain bike support and for loading cargo or other uses.…

Mitsubishi i-Miev Sport

The i-Miev Sport is the “baby” electric car concept from Mitsubishi and it is proud of its 0 emission performances. It has a convenient wireless charging system with microwaves and two engines built into the wheel, a totally of three electric engines. The i-Miev experimental cars are used on road…

Did China Mobile Rumors Result in Australia Placing a Wrong Call on Digicel?

In an Australia increasingly suspicious of China's influence in its backyard, claims by a Chinese state-owned company seeking to buy the South Pacific's No. 1 telephone operator immediately set alarm bells off. In Australian media, unnamed government sources voiced fears that the purchase of China Mobile Mobile's Pacific network from…
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Joe Biden has blacklisted 28 other Chinese companies, the White House says

US President Joe Biden on Thursday extended a blacklist of Chinese companies that are off-limits to American investors because of their links to Beijing's "military-industrial complex", as a sign of Washington's ongoing pressure campaign against China. Former U.S. President Donald Trump had banned Americans from buying shares in 31 Chinese…
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“Historical starting point”: the railway line between China and Laos is inaugurated

As part of the Belt and Road Initiative signed by President Xi Jinping, a railway line between China and Laos was opened on Friday. The line connects the Chinese city of Kunming with the Lao capital Vientiane. The 1000 km long high-speed line cost 6 billion dollars. Chinese President Xi…
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Before the 100th birthday of the Communist Party, China becomes “100%” patriotic

R-music in China has become "patriotic" since the Communist Party celebrates its 100th birthday this year. A Chinese band released a song in which 100 Chinese rpers praised the achievements of the Chinese Communist Party with the song "100%". According to Hip-Hop Fusion, the music company behind it, the song…
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Chinese cemetery which houses 1962 and Galwan war dead to serve as a “patriotic educational base”

A cemetery in Xinjiang that houses the tombstones of over 100 Chinese soldiers who perished in the Sino-Indian War of 1962 and in the Galwan Valley last year has been called a "patriotic education base." According to a report released by the PLA portal, the Kangxiwar Martyrs Cemetery - 4,280…
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Chinese military are stepping up night exercises and bringing more advanced equipment near the Indian border

The Chinese military's western theater command has introduced more night practice for units stationed near the Himalayan border to familiarize its troops with new generation weapons and equipment Military newspaper PLA Daily.
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Taipei to send military aircraft, ships to counter Chinese cross-strait activities

As China escalates its gray zone tactics against Taiwan, Taipei has announced that it will be sending military planes and ships to counter Chinese military activities near its borders. Taiwan Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng said Beijing is conducting electronic warfare and reconnaissance, but Taiwan has taken countermeasures. He added that…
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The Chinese embassy sweeps the South China Sea in “fusty” Jan

China's embassy in the Philippines has accused "some foreigners" of fueling tension in the region, in a remark to Jan after its ambassador highlighted the need for peace and stability in the South China Sea. China was criticized by the Philippines and the United States this week after Manila said…
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Auto obsession hits the Chinese

Communism work now on wheels, a Chinese extremely passionate about the phenomenon of auto museum opened in Beijing Chinese Classics machines, in which approximately 170 are housed in vintage cars from around the world. But for a special occasion fulfillment of 60 years of its establishment Republic of China, on…

Beijing is in no rush to take Taiwan by force, say Chinese government advisors

Beijing is in no rush to forcibly reunite Taiwan, although it is stepping up its efforts to target independence movement forces, Chinese government advisors said during their virtual summit, Beijing said Beijing would take "drastic measures" if provoked, however the mainland is said to be "patient" and "sincere" in the…
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Is the Chinese military trying new combat tactics with J-16s?

Recent People's Liberation Army's air force operations near Taiwan suggest that the Chinese military may have trained its pilots in new combat tactics, an increased presence of the KJ-500 Early Warning and Control System (Awacs) and various generations of combat aircraft, as well as the multi-purpose J. -16 during the…
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Chinese program welcomes the success of the space station’s robotic arm in holding and moving spaceships

The Chinese space station has successfully snatched a cargo spaceship with its giant robotic arm and moved it to be used to disrupt its satellites. The exercise assessed the technology used to assemble parts of the station in space, the China Manned Space Program official website said.
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Chinese scientists are developing substances that they say can cool the body by almost 5 degrees Celsius

Chinese researchers have developed a substance that they say can cool the body by almost 5 degrees Celsius and could help people cope with rising temperatures. The "meta-tissue" - designed by a team of scientists from across the country - looks like ordinary t-shirt material and uses a technology that…
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How the FBI partnered with global law enforcement agencies to conduct Operation Trojan Shield

The Federal Criminal Police Office (FBI) in the United States together with police officers in over a dozen countries as part of the operation against mafia groups, criminal syndicates and criminal networks "Trojan Shield" This resulted in the arrest of 800 people worldwide. Clock: The FBI, along with the drug…
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Coronavirus: Chinese jab is becoming an additional hurdle for some African visitors to the European Union

Europe is gradually opening up again to vaccinated travelers as coronavirus restrictions ease, but in some African countries like Morocco recipients of vaccinations that have not been recognized by the EU are disappointed Karim Boukhari. "I have my visa, but my vaccine is Chinese. It's like I don't have a…
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PhD student examines Chinese labor movements “imprisoned for undermining state power”

A Hong Kong University graduate student researching Chinese labor movements was reportedly arrested on the mainland and accused of inciting undermining state power by pleading for his son's release on social media. He wrote that the 26-year-old was taken away on August 26th by agents from the Ministry of State…
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South China Sea: Philippines popping Chinese coast guard ships for firing water cannons at their boats

The Philippines "strongly condemned" the actions of three Chinese coast guard vessels blocking and using water cannons on two of their supply boats on their way to a Manila-occupied atoll in the South China Sea, their top diplomat said Thursday. said no one was injured during the November 16 incident…
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Fast-paced Chinese satellite takes high-resolution images of the US city in seconds: researchers

In just 42 seconds, a small Chinese satellite created images of a large area around a US city that would be sharp enough to identify a military vehicle on the road and tell what kind of weon it might be carrying, scientists say about the Report breakthrough. Beijing-3, a small…
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Gunmen kidnap five Chinese gold miners in the DR Congo

Gunmen on Sunday killed a police officer and kidnapped five Chinese nationals who were working in a gold mine in the conflict-ridden east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Chinese state media are sharpening their rhetoric, saying the People’s Liberation Army has sent more fighter jets over Taiwan than Taipei has admitted

As tensions between China and Taiwan continue to escalate, Taiwan has seen some 950 People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) intruders into its air defense identification zone so far in 2021, local media reported, citing data from the Ministry of National Defense. A year-on-year increase of 60 percent is reported,…
Read more » Chinese state media are sharpening their rhetoric, saying the People’s Liberation Army has sent more fighter jets over Taiwan than Taipei has admitted

Chinese AI team demands great victory in battle to teach drone aerial combat

Researchers in southwest China say they've developed an artificial intelligence system that can teach Chinese combat drones to win dogfights a thousand times faster than comparable American technologies, could help the drone detect "cheating" by human pilots, reduce the workload of a computer chip, and target opponents in complex, large-scale…
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New role for Tibet’s chairman in the countdown to the Chinese Communist Party Congress

Qizhala, chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region in mountainous western China, has left Lhasa to take a new job in Beijing, according to a pro-government reshuffle as part of preparations for next fall's five-year party congress. During the Congress, President Xi Jinping is expected to begin his third five-year term as…
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Which foreign brands supply China’s slave camps in Xinjiang?

Several brands have been attacked on Chinese social media in recent years for commenting on working conditions in Xinjiang, part of a diplomatic battle between China and the West. Nike and Adidas were the latest to be embroiled in a backlash sparked by a call by the Chinese government to…
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Fire and Fury: The young Chinese hawks have decided to take on Washington

China and the US have been at odds on almost all fronts, but where is the relationship going, given the ongoing tension in Joe Biden's presidency? Following the visit of US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman to Tianjin last week and the Washington debut of China's new envoy to the…
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Sn! Chinese team develops camera to quickly detect defects in solar panels

Chinese scientists say they developed a camera to quickly spot defects on solar panels in daylight, unlike existing systems that require panels to be placed in the shade or checked for damage at night electronics and optics, the camera says, could accelerate the localization of defects and in turn help…
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Top Chinese internet censor who has “lost confidence in the party” and is being tried for corruption

A former leading Chinese internet censor has been expelled from the Communist Party and is on trial for corruption, the party's top anti-transplant organization said Tuesday when he was deputy head of the Cyberspace Administration of China.
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China’s nuclear threat is only keeping pace with US advances, Chinese experts say

China is adjusting its nuclear weapons inventory to maintain its level of deterrence while the United States pushes its missile defense systems in the region, Chinese observer officials said China's missile development is a serious problem. But an American diplomat said that the United States itself responded to the use…
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LinkedIn censors profiles of journalists in China

China is notorious for censoring any anti-government material, and several social media platforms have also faced it. The list also includes the corporate-related social media platform LinkedIn. The platform has now started censoring several profiles of some journalists on its Chinese website. Profiles of journalists involved in Western media have…
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14 Chinese companies because of Xinjiang. Blacklisted the US economy

The Biden government on Friday blacklisted 14 Chinese companies and other entities for alleged human rights abuses and high-tech surveillance in Xinjiang Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region….
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China’s meltdown over WION’s Taiwan report

Last week, WION aired a special about Taiwan highlighting the country's economic growth, politics and culture. The report provided an overview of Taiwan, but China disagreed as its New Delhi embassy had a social media breakdown. The Chinese Embassy said: "We strongly oppose some Indian media that offer a platform…
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Coronavirus: Canada’s most Chinese city has the best performance in its region – and the worst vaccination rate

Richmond, Canada's most Chinese city, has had a low Covid-19 infection rate since the pandemic began, making it the top performing local health area in the Metro Vancouver area. less laudable title as the region's least vaccinated area. Dr. Kenneth Fung, a clinical professor in the Department of Population and…
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Montenegro reaches agreement with western banks to restructure Chinese debt

Montenegro, a tiny Balkan state with only 620,000 inhabitants, has become the center of a geopolitical battle between Beijing and Brussels - and has sucked into the US as well. On Thursday, the Montenegrin government secured a deal with two US banks and a French bank to restructure their Chinese…
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Hong Kong halts batch of Pfizer vaccines due to improper packaging

Hong Kong and Macau have suspended Covid vaccinations for a single batch of Pfizer / BioNTech shots due to improper packaging, the South China Morning Post reported on Wednesday. On Wednesday, several centers around the Asian financial hub were advised to stop using the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine. Hong Kong…
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China’s Xi Jinping is a “killer,” but Donald Trump claims he used to be my friend

Chinese President Xi Jinping could be a "murderer" who "destroyed the world", but he has a "great relationship" with former US President Donald Trump, he claims. In an interview with Fox News' Maria Bartiromo, the former reality TV star and twice accused president recalled his relationship with the Chinese president.…
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Najib Razak’s speech at the Beijing-sponsored World Chinese Economic Forum sparked criticism in Malaysia

The decision of a Beijing-backed forum to name the disgraced former Prime Minister Najib Razak as the keynote speaker has sparked fierce criticism in Malaysia's business and diplomatic circles and given a 12-year prison sentence, the speech delivered on Monday at the World Chinese Economic Forum (WCEF) 2021. He is…
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The US hits two Chinese officials with Uighur abuse sanctions

The US Treasury Department on Monday imposed sanctions on two high-ranking Chinese officials for so-called "serious human rights violations" against Uyghurs and other minorities in the Xinjiang region. "The Chinese authorities will continue to face consequences as long as atrocities occur in Xinjiang," said Andrea Gacki, the tax officer responsible…
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When Jans Suga says goodbye, Chinese hopes for a new start with Kishida rise. But will the “dove” deliver?

When Yoshihide Suga was elected prime minister a year ago, China was quick to express hope that this would be an opportunity for Asian arch-rivals to fix ties. And Chinese leader Xi Jinping answered in a phone call less than 10 days after Suga took office. But it soon emerged…
Read more » When Jans Suga says goodbye, Chinese hopes for a new start with Kishida rise. But will the “dove” deliver?

China is able to fully invade by 2025, says Taiwan’s defense minister

Faced with the threat of Chinese warplanes repeatedly entering Taiwan's airspace, the country's Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng stated that China by 2025 a “major” invasion can start. “By 2025, China will bring costs and wear and tear to the lowest possible levels. It has the capacity now, but it will…
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Large Chinese destroyer in waters near Jan.

Three Chinese naval vessels, including a large guided missile destroyer, were discovered in the Tsushima Strait north of Jan's main Kyushu island and are sailing into the Jan Sea, the Defense Ministry said on Friday. The Renhai-class ship is one of China's largest naval destroyers and Jan's Maritime Self-Defense Force…

Spain dismantles Chinese gangs selling cannabis across Europe

Spanish police said Tuesday they had dismantled one of the largest criminal gangs that grow and trade cannabis across Europe. At least 65 people, most of them Chinese nationals, were arrested in several Spanish cities, Portugal and the Netherlands, amid a joint statement by the national and Catalan regional police.…
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Coronavirus: Chinese city suspends school amid Covid-19 outbreak and deadly hemorrhagic fevers

The double threat of a Covid-19 outbreak and fatal hemorrhagic fever has led the western Chinese city of Xian to suspend school and start city-wide coronavirus tests, Huashang Daily reported. The city reported 21 Covid-19 cases and one patient who has not yet shown symptoms on Sunday, bringing the total…
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After Taiwan acquires US jets, China orders advanced combat aircraft

According to China's state-run Global Times, China has People's Liberation Army (PLA) deployed the "J-10C advanced fighter jets" when Taiwan put the US-built F-16V fighter jets into service last week. China's national daily reported that domestically developed aircraft have replaced the J-7E fighter jets. The new jets were made in…
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China’s Weibo bans 22 K-pop fan accounts amid crackdown on “celebrity culture”

China continues to push hard against "celebrity culture," with a group of K-pop fans becoming the latest victims of the raid. The Chinese social media site Sina Weibo has blocked 22 K-Pop fan accounts for “irrational star chasing behavior”. Among them are fans of the Korean pop band BTS, who…
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US President Biden orders US intelligence to redouble its efforts to gather information on the origins of COVID-19

American President Joe Biden A statement on Wednesday said that "the failure to have our inspectors on-site during these first few months will always hamper any investigation into the origin of COVID-19". Clock: The US President announced that he was the CDC earlier, when reports of the virus first surfaced,…
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The Chinese Navy’s latest Pacific exercises suggest broader ambitions

A Chinese naval unit completed an extensive month-long training exercise in the Pacific Ocean - a move that suggests the People's Liberation Army is expanding its focus away from its immediate neighborhood. The PLA's Southern Theater Command announced Saturday that a fleet under their command had traveled more than 6,700…
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Joe Biden extends US ban on investing in companies related to China’s military

The United States will continue a ban on U.S. investment in Trump-era Chinese companies that Washington says belongs or is controlled by the Chinese military, President Joe Biden said on Tuesday.Biden, a Democrat who carried on part of President Donald Trump's China policy, said he would extend restrictions set in…
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The mainland Chinese “patriotic power” of the Hong Kong Electoral Committee is likely to dampen the influence of real estate tycoons

Top executives from mainland corporations and trade associations are creating a new "patriotic force" in Hong Kong's powerful, redesigned electoral committee, drastically weakening the political power of the city's property tycoons. The nominations for 1,500 seats on the committee closed Thursday with no candidates rushing to introduce themselves. But a…
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The Korean War Epic is groundbreaking as patriotic themes set the tone for Chinese film releases about the national holiday

Patriotic films will dominate China's big screens during the National Day, which began on Friday, with three out of 10 new releases marking the Communist Party's 100th anniversary. Topping the list is The Battle of Lake Changjin, an epic praising the heroism of the Chinese soldiers who fought against the…
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Chinese President Xi Jinping calls for a stronger focus on military development

Chinese President Xi Jinping, in a speech on the eve of an important military anniversary and in light of the growing security threats in the country, called for greater focus on national defense and the military. China's Communist Party during its centenary earlier this month, Xi said on Friday: complete…
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“Genocide Crimes”: Uyghurs in Turkey attack Chinese officials by filing criminal proceedings

Nineteen Uyghurs living in Turkey have filed criminal charges against Chinese officials with a Turkish prosecutor in order to seek justice. The community accuses them of genocide, torture, reparation and crimes against humanity. Gulden Sonmez, the Uighur lawyer, is now building a case based on testimony, photos, videos, documents and…
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COVID-19: China increased spending on PCR test kits shortly before first confirmed case

Research by a cybersecurity company has revealed that the Chinese province, which was the original epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, purchased significant infectious disease testing equipment months before Beijing notified international authorities of the emergence of a new coronavirus. According to the Australian-American company Internet 2.0, purchases of polymerase chain…
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China’s Pandemic Exposure: PCR test kit orders doubled months ahead of the first COVID-19 case

Research by a cybersecurity company has revealed that the Chinese province, which was the original epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, purchased significant infectious disease testing equipment months before Beijing notified international authorities of the emergence of a new coronavirus. According to the Australian-American company Internet 2.0, purchases of polymerase chain…
Read more » China’s Pandemic Exposure: PCR test kit orders doubled months ahead of the first COVID-19 case

New Zealand to lower barriers to Chinese investment under upgraded trade deal

China and New Zealand have ratified an upgrade of their long-standing trade deal, as Beijing pushes to expand its global trade network to fortify its economy during prolonged tensions with the US and other countries.In a brief statement on Tuesday, the Chinese commerce ministry said that the two nations had…
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North Korea has its eye on a new factory zone near the Chinese border to save the virus-hit economy

North Korea announced Thursday that it would establish an "export processing zone" near the border with China to restore trade with its ally after a year-long border closure that damaged an economy already ravaged by US-led sanctions, the announcement was roughly made a month after Chinese President Xi Jinping promised…
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Think tank leader says the Chinese Communist Party “owns the intellectual property” of Hong Kong democracy

The leader of a Thinks said the Chinese Communist Party owns "the intellectual property" of Hong Kong democracy. Wang Zhenmin, director of the Hong Kong and Macau Studies Center at Tsinghua University, said worried - but not - about "Western trade-offs" in the recent Hong Kong legislative council elections [the]…
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US officials urged not to neglect personal relationships with Chinese counterparts

Senior American politicians should try to develop personal relationships with their Chinese counterparts in order to manage tensions between the two countries, one American think tank called for it to be done between officials who have developed relationships, "it said on Report released Friday by the Brookings Institution.
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Chinese study finds that severe Covid 19 risk is lower earlier in pregnancy

Chinese women infected with Covid-19 earlier in pregnancy were at lower risk of developing serious illnesses than those who became infected later, according to an analysis of cases in expectant mothers during the first outbreak in China last year National Clinical Research Center on Obstetrics and Gynecology at Peking University…
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Chinese scientists encounter gold early on in the race for nuclear fusion energy

At a facility the size of a soccer field in Shanghai, Chinese scientists fire powerful laser beams at a tiny pair of golden cones to recreate the nuclear fusion process at the heart of the sun. The cones, as small as pencil tips, have narrow ends that face each other…
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The mainland Chinese magazine describes what could lead to a surprise attack on Taiwan

A Chinese magazine celebrated the centenary of the ruling Communist Party by publishing a detailed review of a three-stage surprise attack that could pave the way for an assault landing on Taiwan. An accompanying video was also from Naval and Merchant. on the social media platform Weibo publishes ships with…
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The USA is getting one step closer to delisting Chinese companies on the American stock exchanges

The US government continues its efforts to evict Chinese companies from US stock exchanges for failure to comply with Washington's disclosure requirements or risk of being kicked off the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq within three years. China and Hong Kong are the only two jurisdictions that refuse to…
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Mazda Nagare

Mazda Nagare is not really a new concept, because it was made public in 2006 at LA Auto Show, but it is a very beautiful concept. Don’t you think? Nagare is the Japanese name for “flow” and it has a special design, ready to capture the “spirit of motion”. Mazda…

Hungary’s Viktor Orban will support the referendum on the plan to house the Chinese university campus

Hungary's right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Thursday he would support holding a referendum to settle a dispute over his government's plans to build a campus for a top Chinese university. About 10,000 people marched through Budest on Saturday to protest against the planned sprawling Fudan University campus in the…
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India denies involvement in bus explosion that killed Chinese workers in Pakistan

India has denied it was involved in the bus attack that killed nine Chinese nationals in Pakistan last month and denies allegations made by the Pakistani authorities. The Indian Foreign Ministry rejected Pakistan's claim, calling it an attempt to "spread lies and propaganda". "This is yet another attempt by Pakistan…
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Top Chinese College Graduate Working As Domestic Worker Reveals Challenges For Job Seeking Graduates

The résumé of a graduate from a top Chinese university looking for a domestic helper job has baffled Internet users and is a sign of the increasingly competitive job market in China for new graduates. Your Trust Home Service, a Shanghai-based high-end household company, posted the resume of the graduate…
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In South Korea, the Chinese character on the palm of the hopeful president creates a stir over superstitions as the race heats up

The race for nominations in South Korea's presidential election has taken an odd turn as rival candidates within the Conservative opposition party accuse each other of taking the advice of a fortune teller in order to have a better chance of running in next year's elections. Former Attorney General Yoon…
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Biden Lifts Trump’s Ban On Chinese PS TikTok, WeChat; orders ‘criteria-based decision’

The Biden government ordered a security clearance of the Chinese PS on Wednesday WeChat and Tick ​​tock and dropped the executive orders issued by former President Trump to ban these ps. Clock: The White House informed the President Bidens latest move that has revoked Trump's instructions for WeChat and TikTok.…
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Xinjiang Birth Rate Decreased After Birth Control Implementation: Report

In addition to concerns about the inhumane treatment of the Uighur community in China's Xinjiang region, new research has found that birth rates have fallen by nearly half in the past two years. The numbers have seen a decline in birth rates after the Chinese government took measures to reduce…
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Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says the island must “resist annexation” the day after Chinese President Xi Jinping called for reunification

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said the island and mainland should not “submit” to reject a call by Chinese President Xi Jinping for peaceful cross-strait reunification. Speaking to mark the establishment of the Republic of China - which the Taiwanese government uses as its official title - Tsai also said that…
Read more » Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says the island must “resist annexation” the day after Chinese President Xi Jinping called for reunification

Tesla founder Elon Musk publishes an old Chinese poem in which Twitter users guess the meaning of crypto to the UN

Elon Musk, Tesla CEO and richest man in the world, tweeted a 1,800-year-old Chinese poem comparing killing a sibling to cooking beans from the same root, sparking conversation among internet users on Twitter trying to decipher what the tech billionaire is trying to decipher say.Musk, who also founded SpaceX, wanted…
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Myanmar Junta Uses Chinese Drones to Monitor Protesters and Help Post-Coup Military: Report

Myanmar's military junta used Chinese drones to aid their operations against protest movements, according to a Wednesday report by British intelligence publication Jane's International Defense Review. The report cited images on social media showing low-flying drones over Mandalay in March, where protests broke out after the military known as Tatmadaw…
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China cracks down on tech titans: billionaire loses $ 27 billion in world’s biggest loss of wealth

For the past 11 months, China has cracked down on its internet giants. As China begins to silence its internet billionaires, companies like Tencent, Alibaba Group, Ant Group, Didi, and others face growing regulatory pressures. The Chinese government's antagonistic approach has resulted in the world's greatest loss of wealth. The…
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How did China lose the vaccination race against India?

For China, winning the vaccination race was never an option. At least 22 Chinese institutions were put into action. China reportedly developed a Wuhan virus vaccine back in February 2020. Watch | The clinical studies started in March and the results were published in May 2020. According to China, it…
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Coronavirus: Myanmar Cases Found In Chinese Border Town; Nepal is restarting vaccinations with Chinese shots

The southwest China city of Ruili, which borders Myanmar, ordered a week-long quarantine for residents of the metropolitan area and mass Covid-19 tests on Wednesday after reporting six new locally transmitted coronavirus cases. Health authorities in Yunnan Province, where Ruili is located, the six new cases were Chinese nationals while…
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This is what Ford India’s Tata Harrier rival might look like!

When ford and Mahindra Earlier this year, the joint venture was canceled, inevitably killing many models that were in the pipeline as part of the joint venture between the two companies. Perhs the most important of these was that Mahindra XUV700-based (W601) Ford C-SUV designed for India. Internally codenamed CX757,…
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Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai denies allegations of sexual assault

Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai denied making sexual allegations against anyone on Sunday (December 19), also saying that her social media post was misunderstood. Last month, Shuai made headlines around the world when she was "missing" after she alleged that she was sexually abused by a powerful Chinese politician. Now…
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In winter sports ‘brain doping’, more means less in performance, Chinese study finds

Electric stimulation of the brain can help winter sports athletes perform better, but increasing the current does not lead to better results as previously thought, according to a group of Chinese scientists.The US Winter Olympic team has been using a device with electrodes attached to an athlete's head to send…
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Chinese filmmaker Chloe Zhao’s nomad land wins four Bafta awards, including the award for best film

Chinese filmmaker Chloe Zhao's US recession drama Nomadland, about a community of van dwellers, was the big winner of the British Bafta Awards on Sunday. Zhao was only the second woman to win the Bafta for Best Director, and star Frances McDormand was named Best Actress. Nomadland also accepted the…
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Why Chinese construction companies will remain the big builders in Africa

Competitively priced Chinese companies are expected to continue to dominate the construction of dams, highways, ports and railways in Africa, even as China's official export credit agency is more cautious in lending to China Communication Construction, owned by the China Communication Construction Company (CCCC) Company won a $ 166 million…
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Chinese worker falls prey to ‘996’ work culture, reigning overtime debate

The sudden death of Chinese tech workers due to overwork has triggered a furore in the country, with many raising voices against the return of the toxic '996 culture'. The 25-year-old reportedly died soon after he was admitted to a hospital from his home on Saturday afternoon, The Guardian reported.…
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Chinese stem cell treatment, which “helped women in wheelchairs walk again,” may give hope to other spinal cord patients, the study said

State-of-the-art stem cell treatment helped regrow nerves in patients with spinal cord injuries - in some cases, it helped patients who doctors expected would spend the rest of their lives in a wheelchair walk again, according to new research. The lead scientist in the study, conducted at the State Molecular…
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Scientists find the imperial grave to be wrong after centuries of honor

For nearly a thousand years, the Chinese believed that an ancient emperor was buried in a mountain outside of Xian, the city in northwest China that was once the center of political power across several empires. It turned out that the grave was several kilometers away in the valley. Emperor…
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The Huawei 5G ban is upheld by the Swedish court, dealing another blow to the Chinese telecommunications giant’s European plans

A Swedish court has upheld a ban on the sale of 5G devices in the country by Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies. The Swedish Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority banned the company from the network in October due to security concerns on the recommendation of the country's intelligence services. Huawei…
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Didi’s exit from New York tests Hong Kong’s courage as a quotation sanctuary for Chinese stocks

Didi Chuxing's delisting in the US could be a test case of whether Chinese companies under investigation by Beijing are welcomed to Hong Kong, which is pushing stock market reforms to keep up with US stock exchanges. Didi said on his Weibo account on Friday that preparations had begun to…
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Malaysia independent, says Min, who called the Chinese counterpart “older brother”

The Malaysian foreign minister stressed on Saturday that his country had remained independent on foreign policy after some social media users and opposition politicians accused him of calling his Chinese counterpart his "older brother". On his first visit to China as foreign minister, Hishammuddin Hussein had expressed the hope that…
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US President Biden and Chinese President Xi will hold a virtual summit on Monday

American President Biden and Chinese President Xi will hold a virtual summit on Monday, the White House confirmed today. "The two leaders will discuss ways to responsibly manage competition between the United States and the PRC and ways of working together where our interests coincide," the White House said. Also…
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British watchdog fines banned Chinese broadcaster CGTN $ 274,000 for breaches of data protection regulations

British regulators on Thursday fined a Chinese state broadcaster, whose license has already been revoked, £ 200,000 (US $ 274,000) for failing to comply with fairness and privacy laws. Ofcom media regulator said it fined Star China Media Limited a total of £ 200,000 "for serious violations of our fairness…
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Chinese University Receives Largest Medical Graduate Education Donation To Date From A Doctor In The Country

A leading Chinese anesthesiologist has donated 100 million yuan ($ 15.6 million) to train high-quality clinical doctors, state broadcaster CCTV reported. Liu Jin, director of the Anesthesia and Operations Center at West China Hospital, Sichuan University in southwest China, was rewarded for the money last year after the school signed…
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Chinese dishwasher tycoon Xie Zhikun has died at the age of 61

Chinese wholesaler Xie Zhikun, whose portfolio of investments raised concerns about debt risk among tax authorities, died of a heart attack at the age of 61 on Saturday in Beijing. “Xie Zhikun devoted his entire life to establishing the Zhongzhi Enterprise Group. He was patriotic and loved them [Communist] Party,…
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Embassy in Guinea urges Chinese to remain calm and vigilant after elite soldiers declare the president arrested

The Chinese embassy in Guinea issued security warnings to nationals in the West African country after special forces claimed power over the government in a parental coup earlier on Sunday in downtown Conakry and elite soldiers claimed on state television they were rewriting the constitution and dissolve the government.
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One year after the Indian-Chinese border conflict, Ladakh is hoping for the return of tourists

A year after the Sino-Indian border collisions broke out in Ladakh amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the tourism-dependent Indian territory is opening up again to visitors, even if the uncertainty persists and the region is still strongly fortified. Chinese and Indian troops fought near Lake Pangong in eastern Ladakh in May…
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Will not bow to China, our national defense will strengthen: Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen

Amid tensions with China, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen said her country would not bow China. "There should be absolutely no illusions that the Taiwanese people will bow to the pressure." Taiwan President claims. Taiwan's President said, "The more we achieve, the greater the pressure we face from China." The Taiwanese…
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China’s new law aims to “strengthen border defenses”

Amid the tensions along the Line of Control (LAC) with India, China passed a law to strengthen border protection. The new law was passed by the Chinese legislature. It is intended to "strengthen border defense" and support economic and social development. Also read: China has in Humla. violate the border…
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Chinese biotech company Clover says its vaccine is effective against several variants of coronavirus

Clover Biopharmaceuticals, a Chinese biotech start-up that has developed a protein-based Covid-19 vaccine and is a supplier to Covax, said on Wednesday that studies have shown that the vaccine is 79 percent effective against any severity of Covid-19 that is effective through the delta variant. The study also showed that…
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The Chinese third child ad campaign was blown up because it only shows men and teaches women how to have babies

An advertisement for Father's Day in China urging people to have a third child has been publicly criticized. Critics say the video interviewed only men and did not provide substantial support to women. Baidu was fired last week to celebrate Father's Day, which was Sunday. It had been broadcast on…
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Coronavirus traces on Vietnamese, Thai fruits see Chinese cities closing shops, imposing quarantine

A number of Chinese cities have started emergency coronavirus screenings in imported food and quarantined fruit buyers after fresh produce from Southeast Asia tested positive. Despite little evidence that people can infect Covid-19 through food, at least nine cities in Zhejiang and Jiangxi provinces have reported positive coronavirus results for…
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Could US sanctions and closer ties with the Middle East fuel the rise of Chinese Petroyuan?

According to analysts, a number of energy-rich economies appear to be getting closer to China's orbit, expanding economic ties, and possibly spurring the rise of Petroyuan. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ended a week-long tour of Saudi Arabia, Turkey on Tuesday. Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Oman vow…
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Hong Kong students have an extraordinary conversation with Chinese astronauts orbiting the space station

About 200 Hong Kong students are preparing for a historic conversation with three mainland Chinese astronauts currently orbiting the earth aboard the Tiangong National Space Station - should be the culmination of an 80-minute seminar at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, which will also be attended by the…
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Straight from the petri dish? Scientists make laboratory-grown coffee to avoid “environmental pitfalls”

Fearing that global warming will make coffee plantations less productive and cause deforestation, researchers are working on the development of sustainable coffee in a laboratory. A team of researchers from the Finnish technical research institute VTT is trying to develop coffee in a petri dish instead of growing it on…
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National Security Law: China criticizes the US for the second time for “safe haven” for Hong Kongers

The Chinese State Department condemned the United States for granting Hong Kong residents temporary "safe-haven status" that allows them to live and work for 18 months on Sunday was the second broadside from Beijing in two days on the move, approved in a memorandum signed Thursday by President Joe Biden.
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In China, delta means staying closer to home over the holidays

The Mid-Autumn Festival will be the first opportunity for Chinese people to take a break since the delta variant of the coronavirus imposed lockdowns and traffic restrictions nationwide and ruined summer travel plans Sunday begins to leave the house. But with more cases every day in the recent outbreak in…
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“Too much pressure”: mixed reaction to China’s new 3-child policy

China hopes that major policy shifts that will allow couples to have up to three children - taking away a limit of two children - will help address the aging population problem. However, researchers are not optimistic that young Chinese will be convinced they will have more children, mainly because…
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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is offering more support for research

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang urged the country to create an environment that respects science and values ​​talent, improve the education system, and give research teams more autonomy, "he said at a meeting in Beijing to establish a state licensing system for To discuss academics, scientists and researchers, “We will increase…
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From Mulan to Shaolin Soccer, five memorable films by Zhao Wei, the Chinese actress, film director, and businesswoman that China parentally wants its people to forget

It remains unclear why top Chinese actress Zhao Wei was wiped out of China's cyberspace overnight in August, but her legacy - both as a talented artist and a smart business woman - lives on - known across Asia with numerous awards. Her big breakthrough, My Fair Princess (1998-1999), introduced…
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The role of young people in the Chinese Communist Party

This is the sixth in a series of statements by the South China Morning Post on the Chinese Communist Party leading up to the party's centenary in July. In this piece, Zhuang Pinghui explains the importance of young people to the party amid China's aging population. Shortly after becoming China's…
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Former journalist arrested for commenting on Chinese soldiers in war films

A former journalist was arrested in the southern island province of Hainan for making "insulting comments" about Chinese soldiers portrayed in a blockbuster film about the Korean War. Police in the Jiyang District of Sanya identified the 40-year-old man as Luo Changping in a statement Friday. It was said that…
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Canada’s Justin Trudeau says China is playing Western nations off against each other

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said China was playing Western states off against each other and that democracies should present a "united front" in response. especially given the extraordinary economic opportunity presented by the rise of the Chinese middle class, ”Trudeau said in an interview with Global News that aired…
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China’s Xi Jinping is once again focusing on food security

Chinese President Xi Jinping has renewed his call on the country to secure its grain supplies and rural development, signaling ongoing food security concerns, saying that securing supplies of primary agricultural products is a key strategic issue, the state broadcaster reported CCTV on Sunday.
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China is officially considering mixing its COVID-19 vaccines to increase the protection rate

China's top disease control official said the country was officially considering mixing COVID-19 vaccines to further boost the vaccine's effectiveness. Available data shows that Chinese vaccines lag behind other vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna in terms of effectiveness, but require less stringent temperature controls during storage. Gao Fu, director of…
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US man jailed for involvement in the 2018 kidnapping of Chinese citizen Ruochen ‘Tony’ Liao

A US man who assisted in the fatal kidnapping of a Chinese national from a mall in the Los Angeles area was sentenced to more than 16 years in federal prison on Friday. Anthony Valladares, 29, of Pasadena, was convicted of conspiracy to kidnap Ruochen "Tony" Liao of Santa Ana…
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Ora Punk Cat revealed – Volkswagen Beetle Clone

It is a common practice for Chinese automakers to take their design inspiration a little too far until the car appears to be an obvious copy of another automaker's pre-existing vehicle. Notice Great Wall of China engines'Electric Vehicle (EV) Arm, ORA, from Auto Expo 2020? Well, GWMs NOW recently raised…
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EU adopts resolution seeking closer ties with Taiwan; China is popping motion

Amid tensions with China, European Union lawmakers passed a resolution to deepen relations with China Taiwan and energy investments. China hit back immediately saying: "European Parliament should immediately stop his words and actions that undermine China's sovereignty. " Also read: China carried out two hypersonic missile tests The resolution was…
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China’s investment in diplomacy is falling as its global ambitions rise

China's diplomatic corps is at the forefront of the country's growing ambitions on the world stage, but while its main rival the US is increasing overseas spending, Beijing has done the opposite. President Xi Jinping said China’s diplomacy must embrace its vision for the “new era” shaped by its leadership…
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Chinese experts say new US trade alliances to contain China may backfire and Beijing should push reforms

A US push to encircle China economically is likely to “collide” or ultimately backfire, Chinese experts say, as Washington intensifies efforts to build a trade “coalition of democracies” with Europe and Jan to subdue Beijing to put more pressure. Although the US diplomatic offensive should be taken seriously, experts say…
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Chinese activists are not allowed to leave their homes on Human Rights Day

Chinese human rights lawyers and activists said they were prevented from leaving their homes this week ahead of the UN Human Rights Day events on Friday, human rights lawyers and activists who have been detained or monitored in recent years. Wang Quanzhang, a human rights attorney who was detained for…
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Taiwan hits Hong Kong after officials expelled for “One China”

Taiwan on Monday criticized Hong Kong for the escalating dispute over Chinese claims on Taiwan and prompted it to withdraw officials from its representative office in the city. Taiwanese employees working at the island's Hong Kong representative office began exiting the former British colony on Sunday after the Hong Kong…
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China accuses “Ink Girl” followers of subversion as the room for dissent is further restricted

A Chinese activist who has spent the past eight months in custody has been charged with subversion, another sign that the space for dissenting opinion in China is shrinking. Ou Biaofeng, 40, from Hunan Province is known for his support for Dong Yaoqiong, also known as "Ink Girl," who was…
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Could volcanoes have pushed earlier Chinese civilizations over the edge?

In our minds, the collapse of human civilization is typically attributed to the forces of invasion, economic collapse, or the rotting of government; but a team of scientists recently suggested that we are overlooking another possible cause: volcanic activity. A study published in Nature, a peer-reviewed academic journal, analyzed over…
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“Alleged brain control wonry”: USA blacklist Chinese biotech companies for Uighur surveillance

The US blacklisted Chinese biotech companies for trying to monitor the Uighur minority. Trade with the Academy of Military Medical Sciences and 11 of its research institutes has been restricted by the US Department of Commerce for its biotechnology work, including "alleged brain control weonry." According to Trade Minister Gina…
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Affected by US sanctions, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei vows to keep fighting in the latest motivational message to employees

Ren Zhengfei, 77-year-old founder and general manager of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co, told staff that peace can only be achieved through struggle and that they should fight for a day when "no one dares harass us." Ren's message, who has a habit of using military and philosophical jargon…
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Cambodia’s Hun Sen returns Hima the lion to the Chinese owner, to the horror of the critics

A degenerate and declawed lion that was abducted to an upscale neighborhood in the Cambodian capital was returned to its owner on Monday after Prime Minister Hun Sen's unlikely intervention. The 18-month-old boy, weighing 70 kg, was imported from overseas, officials said. It was raised by its owner, a Chinese…
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Uighur Muslims protest the treatment during the Chinese Foreign Minister’s visit

Uyghur Muslims protested the treatment of their ethnic relatives in west-west China's Xinjiang region when Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on Thursday. Beijing proved to be an extradition treaty between the two nations in December, and with the agreement awaiting…
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For Germany’s probably new leader Olaf Scholz, Hamburg is at the center of a growing dilemma over China

COSCO Shipping has a prime location on the water in Germany's Hamburg. The European headquarters of the Chinese sea transport giant is located between a historic warehouse complex made of red brick and the glass and steel of the redeveloped port area. The company is about to expand its presence…
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“Just move” military exercises near Taiwan, China claims

The Chinese Taiwan Affairs Bureau justified Beijing's military exercises near Taiwan as a "just" measure to ensure peace and stability and accused Taipei of "collusion" with foreign troops. On Wednesday, Ma Xiaoguang, spokesman for China's Taiwan Affairs Bureau, blamed Taipei for escalating tensions, accusing it of making "false accusations" against…
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China-EU annual summit “postponed until next year” as trade and human rights disputes simmered

The annual EU-China summit was postponed amid concerns that little progress could be made in key areas - likely postponed to January. EU lawmakers sound the alarm over Chinese "interference in Europe" sources identified disagreements over human rights, business and trade as the major sticking points. The bloc's relationship with…
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Xi gathers a PLA model unit on the Indian-Chinese border and praises “great work”

Chinese President Xi Jinping has sent a letter of encouragement to a PLA unit stationed on the Sino-India border in Tibet, praising the troops for their "great work" over the past five years. Unit 77656 - which has been dubbed the "Model Plateau Battalion" "im 2016 for “Outstanding Achievement in…
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China’s nuclear safety has been called into question over the Taishan reactor, but it aims to be a world leader by 2050

China aims to become a dominant player in the world nuclear market in less than 30 years, with the highest safety standards and the lowest costs, a government advisory body from the US and France said. But now China plans to challenge them, the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) said…
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US-China relations: no matter how bad it gets do not cut off contact, Chinese analyst urges

Relations between China and the United States are no longer in free fall, but tensions remain and the two sides must keep up communication and exchanges, according to Chinese analysts. They said Beijing and Washington needed to find ways to cooperate, including on international issues, to manage the situation and…
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Dozens of Interpol ‘red notices’ for Chinese suspects vanish from view as Skynet graft strategy seems to shift

On June 29, 2019, a flight from Vancouver, Canada, was greeted on the tarmac at Shenzhen's Baoan International Airport by police officers.They boarded the Boeing 787 and emerged with a small, gaunt man dressed in a white polo shirt, then paused for a photo at the top of the stairs…
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UK lawmaker Neil Coyle suspended for alleged anti-Chinese remarks

The UK's main opposition Labor Party has suspended one of its lawmakers, pending an investigation into allegations he made racist comments to a reporter this month. Neil Coyle, who represents the London constituency of Bermondsey and Old Southwark, is alleged to have made Sinophobic remarks to Insider's Henry Dyer, who…
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Chinese, Russian warplanes force Jan to scramble its fighters a record 785 times

Air Self-Defense Force fighters scrambled to intercept foreign aircraft proaching Janese airspace a record number of times between ril and December last year, with the vast majority of the incidents involving Chinese warplanes testing Jan's air defenses around the islands of Okinawa.Janese air units are operating under regulations that have…
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Chinese economist Ren Zeping has banned posting on Weibo after controversial comments on childbirth funding

Chinese economist and online star Ren Zeping was banned from Weibo, China's response to Twitter, late Wednesday after a series of controversial posts suggested the central bank print 2 trillion yuan ($ 314 billion) to mark the birth of Supporting over 50 million babies for the next 10 years sparked…
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Respected Chinese computer scientist receives the Kyoto Prize for his work which “plays an important role in modern society”

Renowned Chinese computer scientist Andrew Yao Chi-chih, whose research has had far-reaching implications for e-commerce and crypto asset management, was awarded the international Kyoto Prize for cutting-edge technology. The 74-year-old Shanghai-born scientist was recognized for his contributions to computer science and her continuous influence on topics such as security, secure…
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South Korea should resist being misled by the US Indo-Pacific strategy, Beijing says

China has warned South Korea against joining the US-driven Indo-Pacific strategy, which Beijing sees as a containment policy. In a telephone conversation with his South Korean counterpart Chung Eui-yong on Wednesday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi also called for further technological cooperation between the two countries provokes confrontations between groups…
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China’s military: PLA in the Russian Ka-52K heavy attack helicopter market

China is considering purchasing three dozen Russian naval attack helicopters, a purchase that would "give wings" to the Chinese military's new generation of amphibious assault ships, signaling a closer defense partnership between the two countries in the face of US hostility. "The People's Liberation Army has the option Long studied…
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China calls Janese envoys over Taiwan’s remarks by ex-prime minister Abe

Beijing has called Jan's envoy to complain about the remarks made by former Janese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Taiwan, the Chinese Foreign Ministry incorrectly said, “and a violation of the basic norms of relations between the two countries. January, the US could not watch when China invades Taiwan, said…
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China is considering how best to lock the back door of terrorists from Afghanistan

In the face of the unrest following the sudden fall of Kabul to the Taliban, China has strengthened its defenses on its border with Afghanistan to protect itself from possible terrorist threats. But the narrow Afghan-Chinese border is not the only access point as the less fortified borders between Afghanistan…
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Baidu, Pony AI issued China’s first licenses to charge passengers for self-driving taxis in Beijing

Two operators, including the Chinese internet search giant Baidu, have received the green light to allow passengers to use their autonomous taxis in Beijing with successful test phases. On Thursday, the Beijing High-Level Automated Driving Demonstration Area granted Baidu and Pony AI permission to charge fees for their so-called….
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China’s Weon test just before a “Sputnik moment,” says US General

A Chinese test of a hypersonic missile designed to evade US nuclear defense is "very close" to a "Sputnik moment" for the United States, General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Wednesday the first official confirmation of how Beijing's demonstration of its capabilities surprised American officials.…
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Training or terror? China’s state sports system is turning children into factory products

Li Xiao-Shuang Chinese Gymnastics School has resorted to ruthless torture in the name of tough training to help children become the country's champions. ALSO READ: Chinese man kidns and kills to provide corpse in funeral fraud Children of a worryingly low average age are the newest recruits to Li Xiao-Shuang…
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China is conducting naval and air force exercises near the cross-strait following U.S. legislature’s visit

The Chinese army conducted a "naval and air force combat readiness patrol" near the cross-strait after a controversial visit by a group of American lawmakers to the island, a spokesman said - ruling Taiwan, which China one day swore to retake by force if necessary. Taiwan wants to set up…
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South China Sea: PLA protests as US warship sails near Mischief Reef

China's military protested after a U.S. warship sailed into waters around the controversial Chinese-occupied mischief reef in the South China Sea, calling it China's territorial waters near the reef, on the controversial Spratly Islands, without the approval of the Beijing government .
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We are not as advanced as the Chinese or the Russians: US space general on hypersonic missiles

Amid reports on Russia and China Hypersonic missile Tests, admitted the US aerospace general David Thompson in a speech at a security forum that the country had "very quick catching up to do". “We're not as advanced as the Chinese or them Russians regarding hypersonic programs, "Thompson was quoted as…
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Why Checking Xi Biden Summit for Harmony is Practically Impossible

When US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have their long-awaited summit next week, one aspect - a sign of the times - will be missing compared to their past meetings, usually leaving room for maneuver, the mood with cues from body language and facial expressions and…
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The film about Chinese society’s fondness for boys beats Godzilla vs. Kong at the box office on the mainland

The battle of two iconic movie monsters was usurped in China by a domestic film about the death of a young woman's parents and how deeply ingrained preferences for men were exposed in many Chinese families. The movie, titled My Sister, has grossed 450 million yuan ($ 69 million) since…
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Xinjiang Cotton Range: Chinese shoppers torn as big fashion labels come under fire

Despite calls for a boycott on social media, Chinese customers found themselves in a dilemma as to whether to buy products from H&M, Nike, and other brands that had raised concerns about the alleged use of forced labor to make Xinjiang cotton. Some loyal fans showed no interest in playing…
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Wuhan laboratory suspected of having leaked COVID-19 nominated for top science award in China

The Wuhan laboratory in China, suspected of leaking COVID-19, has been nominated for China's highest science award. According to reports, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has nominated the Wuhan Institute of Virology for the Outstanding Science and Technology Achievement Prize in 2021. Shi Zhengli, director of the Wuhan Institute of…
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Evergrande’s loyal allies get out as the Chinese property developer deteriorates due to debt problems

Two of real estate magnate Hui Ka-yan's most loyal allies have announced plans to bail out of the China Evergrande Group, sell a large portion of the developer's stock before an oncoming storm, and worsen the creditworthiness of over $ 300 billion in debt. Joseph Lau Luen-hung, founder of Hong…
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Jan feels diplomatic pressure as tensions between the US and China increase

China and Jan have decades of experience managing their regular diplomatic crises, but escalating tensions over Taiwan and territorial disputes in the East China Sea create a new test of Asia's most powerful giants, China as a common threat - and the earlier clash of senior Chinese and US diplomats…
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Why China’s beef with Australia is putting US meat exporters in high spirits – for now

As Australian beef exports to China wither amid diplomatic tensions, demand for US grain beef has increased, fueled by the trivia of a growing Chinese middle class. are exchanging for US beef, with several Australian suppliers banned since last year and customs clearance for others taking too long. The beef…
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Communist Party’s Sixth Plenary: What is a Plenary and why is it one of China’s major political events?

On Monday, the Chinese Communist Party will open a four-day closed session, attended by hundreds of the most powerful people in the country. More than 370 full and alternate members of the Central Committee, the party's highest governing body, are gathering in Beijing for their sixth plenary session ahead of…
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Quirky China: Man collapses because his daughter failed in math, stabbed publisher because he mistook a bee and a fly, Prada PR disaster

A Chinese father lay down in the middle of a street and asked the police to hold him - his daughter could not do a simple math calculation. The man, a resident of Kunshan, Jiangsu, east China, said he was "so angry and so" helpless "that he refused to go…
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How marine noise pollution is threatening Chinese white dolphins and affecting endangered creatures’ ability to hunt, navigate and communicate

Noise pollution is a common complaint from city dwellers in highly urbanized Hong Kong. But the problem goes deeper and affects species in the ocean, including the endangered Chinese white dolphin. To show how harmful sea noise pollution is, Hong Kong photographer and documentary filmmaker Dhne Wong released the film…
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Chinese envoy in Vienna saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust with visas that enabled them to flee Nazi persecution

Until this week, Andrea Fessler had never heard of Ho Feng-shan, a Chinese diplomat who helped her father and grandparents survive World War II. As Consul General in Vienna, he defied his government and issued thousands of visas that enabled persecuted Jews to flee from Austria to Shanghai in 1938…
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How does China really see Aukus? This military assessment can provide a clue

A Chinese military researcher has downplayed the strength of the newly formed security alliance Aukus, arguing that a lack of cohesion prevents it from becoming an Asian version of NATO, ”Hu Fengsheng, a research fellow, wrote this month in the foreign ministry-affiliated magazine World Affairs. China has voiced its anger…
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China wants the world to use its vaccine, but the records are bad

China wants us to take its vaccines and in return promises to offer certain "amenities" when we visit China. The message is simple: take our vaccine and enjoy a streamlined visa process in return. Watch | But what vaccines does China offer? Is it Sinovac, whose CEO once bribed China's…
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EU lawmakers alert China’s efforts to meddle in European democracies

European lawmakers have sounded the alarm about what it sees as Beijing's growing efforts to disrupt democratic processes in the EU, amid cases of alleged Chinese political interference throughout the bloc. Interference and disinformation in the European Parliament urged the European Union to do more to to counter the perceived…
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How losing a minor litigation in China could create big problems for the US tech giant

China's Supreme Court has issued a civil ruling in favor of a consumer against ple's Chinese subsidiary. In a legal development, lawyers could open the gates for more consumers in the country to file similar lawsuits against the iPhone maker in local courts a court in Shanghai could continue, and…
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US-China Relations: American Efforts to Revitalize Supply Chains Blasted As “Empty Talk” By Former Minister

Washington's efforts to bring manufacturing from China to the US - known as reshoring - are nothing more than "idle talk" and the US will become increasingly dependent on the world's second largest economy for the foreseeable future, according to a former Chinese economic official in the waning presence The…
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China asks for answers: was the bus explosion in Pakistan that killed 13 people a terrorist attack?

China's foreign minister wants an urgent investigation into the fatal shuttle bus explosion in Pakistan on Wednesday that killed at least 13 people, including nine Chinese nationals, to see if it was the result of a terrorist attack. A shocked Wang Yi condemned the explosion and called on the Pakistani…
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China can’t hope for Singore to live with Covid-19, health economist says

Singor's "experiment" in living with the coronavirus - and the subsequent surge in infections - may not be a useful model for China to consider whether to reopen its borders, a Chinese health researcher said. “This safety net protects the health of 1.4 billion people was not easy. We can't…
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Tesla boss Elon Musk praises China again

Tesla boss Elon Musk called China a "leader in digitization" and praised its automotive industry. Musk's comments come as no surprise to his company Tesla has invested heavily in China and has expanded exponentially in the country. Musk had China earlier this month Automaker the "most competitive" in the world.…

Europe’s Mars orbiter reads the signals in “blind data” with China’s rover

The Mars probes of China and Europe will work together on five communication tests next month, the European Space Agency said. In the planned tests, the Chinese rover Zhu Rong, which has been working on the surface of Mars since May, will send data to the ESA to relay it…
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China is the new player in the Afghan arena

There is no doubt about India's credentials in rebuilding Afghanistan. It is the largest regional donor to Afghanistan, according to a report that said India has given Afghanistan more than $ 3 billion. However, a new player is entering the Afghan arena. China. China honors the development projects. Use them…

The US has no plans to announce the reopening of consulates during the Joe Biden-Xi Jinping Summit

The U.S. and China aren't considering reopening closed consulates in each country, the White House said Friday after a report said the move was being considered as part of an upcoming virtual meeting between President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping Part of our ongoing efforts to responsibly manage…
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When asked about the US Defense of Taiwan, Antony Blinken repeats his commitment only to selling weons

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken declined on Sunday to discuss how the Pentagon could react in the event of a Chinese military attack on Taiwan. In a CNN interview from Rome, where he was attending the G20 summit, Blinken was asked if President Joe Biden's comments that Washington had…
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Another retailer “Made in China, Sold on Amazon” loses 54 stores, with $ 6 million being frozen by the e-commerce giant

Amazon removed dozens of stores from another major Chinese company using the platform to sell overseas, out of 54 Amazon stores operated by Tomtop Technology, founded in Shenzhen in 2004, have gone dark, and Amazon has frozen more than 41 million yuan ($ 6.3 million) in funds, parent company Yiwu…
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British chip maker Newport Wafer Fab is being acquired by Wise Road Cital, a little-known Chinese venture cital fund

A five-year-old Chinese private equity fund is leading the way in acquiring semiconductor businesses in Asia and Europe, and in some cases moving assets to China to meet Beijing's desire for more chip self-sufficiency, Wise Road Cital peared on the radar in 2017 when it joined sister fund JAC Cital…
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The body of the Chinese woman Mengqi Ji Elledge, who has been missing since October 2019, may have been found in Missouri

Missouri authorities believe that human remains first discovered by someone walking a state park on Thursday afternoon is the body of a Chinese woman who has been missing since October 2019. The skeletal remains, some clothing, a driver's license, and some credit cards with Mengqi Ji Elledge's name were found…
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New game provals are drying up in China as an internal memo shows that developers now have a lot of red lines to avoid

But according to the memo that the. has seen post, the implementation of the rules will likely be more specific and much stricter. For example, games that depict a fictional post-occalyptic world in which players are encouraged to kill may not receive positive reviews from censors.“Some games blurred moral boundaries.…
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US Department of Commerce denies easing trade restrictions on Huawei technologies

The US Department of Commerce has denied easing its trade restrictions on Huawei technologies - but has not disproved the fact that the Chinese tech giant is successfully sourcing American semiconductors for its auto parts business. "The policy has not been relaxed or changed," said a department spokesman on Friday.…
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China warns Jan against fueling military tensions over Taiwan

Beijing accused Tokyo of fueling military tensions in the region after Jan's defense chief said the country could use its 1 percent c GDP on military spending to combat Chinese forces. The country could take a "radically different approach" to Beijing's growing military Counteract strength. Kishi said the military balance…
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People’s Liberation Army sends 24 fighter planes into Taiwan’s air zone as a show of force

No less than 24 Chinese mainland fighter jets broke into Taiwan's air defense identification zone Thursday, ADIZ, according to Taiwan's Ministry of Defense. "In response, our air force has messed up jets, issued radio alerts and deployed anti-aircraft missile systems to monitor aircraft activities," it said Ministry in a….
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China begins building its first underground research laboratory for high level waste management

As part of the IAEA's technical cooperation program support, 35 Chinese and 11 international experts participated in a six-week virtual expert mission earlier this year to provide input, guidance and recommendations to support plans for the in-situ laboratory . “The construction of an underground research laboratory is an opportunity for…
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China introduces the US to climate change during Kerry’s visit

China said on Friday that the US should take more responsibility for climate change. The comments came during former US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to the country. However, China welcomed increased cooperation with China on this issue. The former Secretary of State, who became the U.S. Climate Envoy,…
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Taiwanese company buys Lithuanian rum for mainland China amid diplomatic disputes

A Taiwanese state-owned liquor company said it stepped in to buy a shipment of Lithuanian rum destined for mainland China after it was told it would be blocked by Chinese customs. or TTL, said it bought the 20,400 bottles of dark rum from MV Group Production in December to aid…
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Biden vs Xi: who has the upper hand for their summit?

It was a good-natured moment in China-US relations. In Los Angeles in 2012, then-Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping tried chocolate-covered macadamia nuts in a meeting with his counterpart Joe Biden, at the end of which Biden Xi publicly recognized his perseverance, interest in the United States and his desire to…
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Why is the US investigating the origins of the coronavirus?

The administration of US President Joe Biden is slated to announce the results of a three-month investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic later this week, which may worsen tensions between the US and China as health officials around the world battle over the ever-evolving one Was the investigation…
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Will the eruption of the Tonga volcano have an impact on the global climate?

The weekend's giant volcanic eruption in the Pacific island nation of Tonga might not have been big enough to affect global climate, but volcanic eruptions are an underestimated natural cause of climate variability, scientists said, the world's largest in three decades, disrupting communications with the nation and sending large ones…
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China holds combat readiness patrol while US lawmakers visit Taiwan

China's military said Tuesday it was conducting a combat readiness patrol towards the cross strait after its Department of Defense condemned a visit to Taiwan by a US Congress delegation that allegedly arrived on a military plane. The patrol targeted the "seriously wrong" words and actions of "relevant countries" on…
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Coronavirus: China reports 96 new cases in the fight against the Delta variant

Chinese health officials reported 96 new confirmed coronavirus cases on Sunday, 11 fewer than a day earlier and more than a third of them in the province where the recent surge in infections began. The National Health Commission said 81 of the new cases - recorded for Saturday - were…
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How Lab-Bred Meat Can Help Solve China’s Pork Crisis and Food Security

Pork is big business in China, the only country in the world to have its own pork reserve. The government cannot take advantage of this reserve as pork prices go up or down, as is currently the case with another African swine fever outbreak. There is no treatment or vaccine…
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China launches state-backed NFT platform not tied to cryptocurrencies

China's state-backed Blockchain Services Network (BSN) on Tuesday announced the soft launch of a nationwide infrastructure to support Chinese non-fungible tokens (NFTs), a major step in creating a domestic industry separate from, and unconnected to, the global market all cryptocurrencies. BSN said the infrastructure, known as BSN-Distributed Digital Certificates (BSN-DDC),…
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China’s coronavirus past returns to haunt it

China, the homeland of the Wuhan virus, is trying to take advantage of the crisis in India. It called a meeting of South Asian foreign ministers and invited to India at the last minute. India was not present, but China's intentions were clear. With the Indian fire fighting at home,…
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Indian seafarers suspended due to coronavirus restrictions are wreaking havoc in the shipping industry

This is the fourth in a series of reports on the impact of India's Covid-19 crisis on the Indian and Chinese economies and global supply chain restructuring initiative. OF, a 44-year-old seafarer who works for a Hong Kong-based shipping management company that was only due to be in Goa as…
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The January-Australia defense deal could fuel rivalry between China and the US, analysts say

A "landmark" defense deal between Jan and Australia could further fuel competition between China and US-led allies and heighten concerns that countries in the region may be forced to take sides, Chinese observers warned. Prime Ministers of Jan and Australia signed the Reciprocity Assessment Agreement on Thursday, which allows for…
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Coronavirus: Wuhan study shows that almost half of recovered patients still had symptoms a year later

Almost half of the roughly 1,200 recovered Covid-19 patients in Wuhan had symptoms a year after they fell ill, according to a new study that underscores the need for long-term support. Chinese researchers from hospitals in Beijing and Wuhan focused on patients from the city in Hubei Province, where the…
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“Break Your Ancestry, Break Your Roots”: Report on Details of Chinese Authorities’ Torture Against Uighur Muslims

The international non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch said in a new report that China is committing crimes against humanity in the treatment of the Uighur ethnic minority and other Turkish Muslims in the northwest region of Xinjiang, with Beijing being responsible for the "mass detention policy." Torture and Cultural Persecution…
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China’s Tianwen-1 is sending back images showing the probe orbiting Mars

China released photos on Saturday showing its Martian orbiter Tianwen-1 orbiting over the North Pole of the Red Planet. The photo was taken by a detachable sensor fitted with two wide-angle lenses on the outer wall of the probe, which was controlled from Earth. according to the Chinese National Space…
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Lithuania is considering changing the name of the Taiwanese mission to defuse diplomatic rows with Beijing

Lithuanian officials trying to defuse a dispute with Beijing are debating whether to ask their Taiwanese counterparts to change the Chinese translation of the name of Taiwan's de facto embassy in Vilnius, two sources said. The self-governing island, which Beijing considers part of its territory, has other offices in Europe…
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As Australia pulls out of BRI, China is using Weibo and Global Times as vengeance

There was a time when China called Australia "chewing gum on the sole of a shoe". However, now Australia has given China a dose of its own medicine. The Australian government has signed an agreement between the state of Victoria and the Xi Jinping Highway to become a world power…
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Coronavirus: China vaccine deal is celebrated as England pushes Freedom Day

A global initiative to distribute coronavirus vaccines to poorer countries was bolstered on Monday by a deal to buy 110 million Chinese vaccines as the UK government confirmed it was lifting most of the restrictions in England due to heavy vaccination. The virus has killed more than four million people…
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Why companies may have to choose either side when China starts implementing anti-sanctions laws

China will soon begin targeting foreign and Chinese companies under its new law to counter Western sanctions, which, according to lawyers, is effectively forcing them to choose either side. They say the broad scope of the legislation could pose a major dilemma for foreign companies in China as they could…
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Joe Biden confirms that a warning will be issued to US companies in Hong Kong on Friday

US President Joe Biden on Thursday confirmed his plan to warn American companies about the risks of doing business in Hong Kong. "Let me talk about management consulting," said Biden at a joint press conference with Chancellor Angela Merkel. after being asked for details on the warning his government would…
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