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» U.S. Labels Chinese Language Education Group a Diplomatic Mission
08/13/20 22:14 NYT > China
State Department officials said the move was aimed at informing American schools of potential propaganda from the government group’s programs, largely known as Confucius Institutes.

» Joshua Wong: Hong Kong Still Has Many Ways to Resist
08/12/20 11:05 NYT > China
We will respond to repression by demonstrating our solidarity creatively.

» Luxury Homes Tie Chinese Communist Elite to Hong Kong’s Fate
08/12/20 09:00 NYT > China
Three top leaders of China’s Communist Party have relatives who own assets in Hong Kong, including more than $51 million in luxury real estate, a New York Times investigation shows.

» China Refrains From Ousting Hong Kong Lawmakers
08/11/20 11:30 NYT > China
Beijing allows four pro-democracy lawmakers to serve out their terms even after they were barred from running for re-election.

» U.S. Official Praises Taiwan During Highest-Level Visit in Decades
08/10/20 03:16 NYT > China
The visit signals the growing importance of Taiwan, which Beijing claims as its territory, as ties between the United States and China deteriorate.

» As U.S. and Taiwan Celebrate a Bond, China Responds With Screaming Jets
08/10/20 03:16 NYT > China
The highest-level American visit to Taiwan in decades shows the island’s importance as ties between the United States and China deteriorate.

» Hong Kong Publisher Jimmy Lai Is Arrested Under National Security Law
08/10/20 01:41 NYT > China
The pro-democracy figure is the most high-profile person detained under the sweeping law imposed by Beijing on the semiautonomous territory.

» Hong Kong Arrests Jimmy Lai, Media Mogul, Under National Security Law
08/10/20 01:41 NYT > China
The pro-democracy figure is the most high-profile person detained under the sweeping law imposed by Beijing on the semiautonomous territory.

» A Bookstore That Shines as ‘a Lighthouse of a Free Society’
08/09/20 07:00 NYT > China
A Hong Kong bookseller has recreated his shop in Taipei, and it has become a symbol of Taiwan’s vibrant democracy.

» Trump Wants U.S. to Get Cut of Any TikTok Deal. No One Knows How That’d Work.
08/08/20 09:00 NYT > China
The president has repeatedly called for a big payment to the Treasury Department if a Chinese company sells the app to Microsoft, but there is no provision in the law for that.

» Trump’s Orders on WeChat and TikTok Are Uncertain. That May Be the Point.
08/07/20 21:56 NYT > China
The restrictions on the two Chinese-owned apps followed a familiar model for other policy announcements on China from the Trump administration.

» Russia Continues Interfering in Election to Try to Help Trump, U.S. Intelligence Says
08/07/20 21:15 NYT > China
But a new assessment says China would prefer to see the president defeated, though it is not clear Beijing is doing much to meddle in the 2020 campaign to help Joseph R. Biden Jr.

» Is TikTok More of a Parenting Problem Than a Security Threat?
08/07/20 19:48 NYT > China
Even as the White House moves against the Chinese social media app, the intelligence agencies do not see it as a major issue along the lines of Huawei.

» Trump Administration Penalizes Hong Kong Officials for Crackdown on Protesters
08/07/20 14:56 NYT > China
The sanctions are the first punishments brought against officials in China and Hong Kong for suppressing pro-democracy protests.

» Targeting WeChat, Trump Takes Aim at China’s Bridge to the World
08/07/20 10:16 NYT > China
The all-purpose app, which the administration is restricting along with TikTok, is how many Chinese living abroad stay in touch with one another, and with people back home.

» Beijing Launches Another Demolition Drive, This Time in Its Bucolic Suburbs
08/07/20 09:00 NYT > China
The authorities have moved to demolish hundreds of homes in the hills near the Great Wall that were once a sign of China’s rising prosperity.

» So What Does Trump Have Against TikTok?
08/07/20 09:00 NYT > China
His foolish and dangerous edicts suggest that the United States, like China, no longer believes in a global internet.

» Education, health fees among key concerns
12/12/17 00:59
China to legislate on preschool education

» International group praises green revival
12/12/17 00:46
A high-level international advisory body applauded China's efforts to improve the environment and suggested a 15-year strategy against pollution in a draft recommendation report on Monday.

» Beijing, Moscow drill for potential missile warfare
12/12/17 00:41
China and Russia kicked off their second joint computer-assisted anti-missile drill on Monday, a move experts said could deter potential missile threats amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

» Memorial Day a time to 'remember', 'inspire'
12/12/17 00:39
A memorial service to mark the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre committed during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45) brought together hundreds of activists and members of the Chinese and other Asian communities on Sunday in San Francisco.

» More military technologies targeted for civilian sector to boost economy
12/12/17 00:38
China will strengthen innovation by developing high-tech industries with military technologies to boost military-civil integration, a move that aims to cultivate new growth drivers and boost the economy, said a recent State Council guideline.

» Dangerous stunts get thumbs-down from video platforms
12/12/17 00:36
Multiple social media and video streaming platforms will limit who can view videos that depict dangerous stunts - and may even prohibit such material - in an effort to discourage imitators.

» Taiwan's New Party vows to help improve relations
12/12/17 00:33
Top political adviser Yu Zhengsheng met with a Taiwan delegation representing the island's New Party in Beijing on Monday to discuss the peaceful development of cross-Straits relations and how to achieve the "great rejuvenation" of the Chinese nation.

» Former Chongqing political official facing corruption investigation
12/12/17 00:28
Sun Zhengcai, the former secretary of Chongqing Municipal Committee of the Communist Party of China, has been placed under investigation on suspicion of accepting bribes, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate on Monday.

» Satellite lofted for first Arab country
12/12/17 00:27
A Chinese-made communications satellite became the first "export" of such a spacecraft to an Arab country when it was launched by China on Monday for Algeria.

» Water diversion project drives environmental improvements and provides new jobs for locals
12/11/17 23:57
Green industries such as eco-agriculture and tourism are helping to raise living standards along the program's central route

» Oldest Nanjing Massacre survivor dies at 100
12/11/17 23:32
The oldest survivor of the Nanjing Massacre died on Sunday, and fewer than 100 survivors remain, the Memorial Hall of the Victims in the Nanjing Massacre said on Monday.

» AIIB loans $250m for Beijing coal-to-gas conversion
12/11/17 23:27
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank announced on Monday a $250 million loan for a natural gas project in Beijing, the bank's first such investment in China, to help cut coal use and improve air quality in the capital area.

» Discovering Yunnan’s Tibetan Plateau - A personal Shangri-La
12/11/17 23:09
High in the northwestern uplands of Yunnan lies a popular destination known as Shangri-La since 2001. When Bruce Connolly visited it in 1995, it was called Zhongdian. A town partly fulfilling Bruce’s Tibetan dream.