China News

Washington Post | Sep 20, 2017

The escalating U.S. rhetoric over North Korea is only making matters worse, China said.

New York Times | Sep 20, 2017

The case of a rights activist from Taiwan awaiting sentencing in China for subversion is emblematic of a wider, global campaign, critics say.

New York Times | Sep 20, 2017

A story of China from 1989 to 2008, seen through the eyes of its avant-garde artists.

The Sydney Morning Herald | Sep 20, 2017

Beijing: The plight of a Chinese student whose parents sold their home to pay for an Australian university education but only found a job handing out product samples has sparked debate in China questioning the value of overseas education.

Guardian | Sep 20, 2017

A dramatic rise in owning exotic pets in China is fuelling global demand for threatened species. The growing trade in alligators, snakes, monkeys, crocodiles and spiders is directly linked to species loss in some of the world’s most threatened ecosystems Continue reading...

Los Angeles Times | Sep 19, 2017

The sci-fi franchise film “War for the Planet of the Apes” dominated China’s box office last week, grossing $61.3 million in its opening weekend, according to the film consulting company Artisan Gateway. The haul marks 20th Century Fox’s biggest opening weekend ever in China, and a significant...

Guardian | Sep 19, 2017

University of New South Wales says it has conducted due diligence and concerns about research being used for military purposes are drawing ‘a very long bow’A world-first collaboration between the University of New South Wales and the Chinese government, celebrated as a $100m innovation partnership, opens a Pandora’s box of strategic and commercial risks for Australia, according to leading analysts.These include the potential loss of sensitive technology with military capability, an...

The Sydney Morning Herald | Sep 19, 2017

Panama has decided to ditch long-standing ties with self-ruled Taiwan and switch recognition to China, but its President says it had nothing to do with "chequebook diplomacy".

Los Angeles Times | Sep 18, 2017

Hong Kong-based resortwear designer Marie France Van Damme is set to open her ninth boutique, and first in the U.S., on Sept. 25 in Beverly Hills. Located in the Peninsula hotel, there are two stores side-by-side totaling 464 square feet. Van Damme, a Canadian national, said she searched for years...

Foxnews | Sep 18, 2017

The Latest on tensions following North Korea's firing of an intermediate-range missile over Japan (all times local): 6 p.m. China's Communist Party newspaper, the People's Daily, has criticized the United States for demanding that Beijing put more pressure on North Korea to rein in its weapons programs.

npr | Sep 17, 2017

Sanctions and the threat of military action have proven ineffective at stopping North Korea's nuclear program. Some say that a deal with North Korea, with China's involvement. may be the way to go.(Image credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

Foxnews | Sep 16, 2017

China has ordered 31 people to be placed under "coercive measures" for a collapse last year at a construction site that killed 73 people, the state news agency reported Saturday.

Guardian | Sep 15, 2017

Chinese ambassador says America needs to do ‘much more’ to achieve cooperation as Kim Jong-un speaks of goal of equalling US military mightThe United States must stop threatening North Korea’s leader if a peaceful solution to the nuclear crisis is to be found, China’s ambassador to Washington has said, as Kim Jong-un reiterated his country’s aim to reach military “equilibrium” with the US.Cui Tiankai told reporters in Washington: “They [the US] should refrain from issuing more threats.

Los Angeles Times | Sep 15, 2017

Courts in China and Taiwan, rivals for 70 years, each took a criminal state-security case this week involving a suspect from the other side, and outcomes so far are baring schisms between the political systems that will complicate already strained relations. A court in China’s Hunan province heard...

Los Angeles Times | Sep 15, 2017

Low fares to China are opening the way for exploration of more corners of that country. China Southern is offering a round-trip from to Xian, home of the terra-cotta warriors, for $430, including all taxes and fees. The fare, which is subject to availability, is for departures through Dec. 3. The...

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