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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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