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Washington Post | Nov 09, 2017

President Trump is expecting big things from China’s Xi, but will the Chinese president deliver?

The Economist | Nov 09, 2017

NGUYEN CHI TUYEN, a human-rights activist, is used to government repression. Since 2011, when he took part in protests against Chinese military aggression in the South China Sea, he has been watched carefully by plainclothes policemen. Twice a year an official visits his office and talks to his boss. Sometimes, when foreign dignitaries are visiting, he is not allowed to leave his house. In 2015 he was brutally beaten up by a group of thugs. The authorities regularly break up the practice sessions of a football team that includes him and other dissidents. Yet even he is surprised by the...

Christian Science Monitor | Nov 09, 2017

President Trump pressured China to reform its trade practices and do more to confront and isolate North Korea. 

Guardian | Nov 09, 2017

Hong kong football supporters boo China's national anthem before an international friendly between Hong Kong and Bahrain on Thursday at the Mong Kok stadium. They have been booing Beijing's anthem since the 2014 Umbrella Movement, a series of pro-democracy street protests that failed to secure concessions on electoral reform  Continue reading...

Guardian | Nov 09, 2017

Protest by supporters at international friendly follows Beijing’s toughening of penalties for disrespecting national songHong Kong football fans loudly booed and jeered China’s national anthem at a match on Thursday, defying Beijing days after Communist leaders tightened penalties for disrespecting the song.Ahead of the start of an international friendly against Bahrain, which the home team lost 2-0, a wall of screams overtook the instrumental music broadcast over loudspeakers and the fans ended with a cry of “We are Hong Kong”....

Los Angeles Times | Nov 09, 2017

After days of basking in the flattery of other world leaders, President Trump dished out some of his own Thursday, bestowing kind words and gestures on an unlikely counterpart, China’s Xi Jinping, a communist leader who just tightened his grip on power in a country Trump accused during the campaign...

Foxnews | Nov 09, 2017

Hong Kong soccer fans have loudly booed China's national anthem at a match in the Chinese-controlled city.

Time | Nov 09, 2017

Since becoming China’s President nearly five years ago, Xi Jinping has used an anticorruption drive to remove 170 ministers and deputy minister–level officials from power, and to punish another 1.34 million lower-ranking Communist Party officials. “Swamp draining with Chinese characteristics” (as opposed to the signature “socialism with Chinese characteristics”) is designed to serve several purposes: to punish genuinely...

npr | Nov 09, 2017

President Trump said trade relations are unfair but he avoided criticizing his hosts. President Xi went out of his way to emphasize that China is buying U.S. products as well as selling to the U.S.

npr | Nov 09, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of Chinese come to the U.S. to study and work. Those who return to China are nicknamed sea turtles. We hear from a returnee to China who's trying to adjust to life in Beijing.

Time | Nov 09, 2017

In his first interview with American journalists inside the presidential Elysée Palace, President Emmanuel Macron sat down with TIME on Nov. 7 for a wide-ranging interview.
On the six-month anniversary of his stunning election win last May, Macron spoke to TIME Editor Edward Felsenthal and Paris correspondent Vivienne Walt about President Trump, terrorism, Europe’s identity crisis, the need to transform France and...

Foxnews | Nov 09, 2017

The Latest on President Donald Trump's trip to Asia (all times local): 5:30 p.m. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says that when it comes to making progress on trade discussions with China, the accomplishments so far are "pretty small."

npr | Nov 09, 2017

Despite the president's harsh words on China in the past, the leaders appear friendly and say they will cooperate on North Korea and work toward a balanced trade relationship.(Image credit: Andrew Harnik/AP)

Foxnews | Nov 09, 2017

Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) of China are presenting a united front following two days of meetings despite lingering differences over trade and North Korea.

New York Times | Nov 09, 2017

Speaking in Beijing, President Trump said that the United States and China have the “power to liberate the world” from the North Korean “menace.”

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