The New York Times Date: DEC. 24, 2015 By THE EDITORIAL BOARD China predictably and vociferously complained when the Obama administration announced plans last week to sell $1.8 billion in ...

Epoch Times Date: December 24, 2015 By: Frank Fang The local branch of a secret police force in the city of Tianjin in northeastern China is seeking to step up ...

Imports from India, South Korea and Italy will be taxed at lower rates Live Mint Date: Dec 23 2015 By: Sonja Elmquist New York: Corrosion-resistant steel imports from China were ...

Reuters Date: Dec 16, 2015 By: Greg Torode Vietnam’s military is steeling itself for conflict with China as it accelerates a decade-long modernization drive, Hanoi’s biggest arms buildup since the ...

ABC News Date: DEC 16, 2015 By: Matthew Doran and China correspondent Bill Birtles A Chinese state-owned newspaper has issued a strongly worded warning to Australia about a Royal Australian ...

BBC News December 17, 2015 China has summoned a senior US envoy in protest after Washington announced it would sell two warships to Taiwan. Vice-Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang made “solemn ...

ABC News Date:  Dec. 17, 2015 By: Sue Lannin A prominent China economist has predicted more mining companies could go bankrupt globally in the new year, including major second tier ...

The top US commander in the Pacific criticises ‘might is right’ approach as China scorns international tribunal on disputed waters The Telegraph Date: 15 Dec 2015 By Philip Sherwell, Bangkok ...

BBC News Date: 14 December 2015 Last year the BBC’s Rupert Wingfield-Hayes travelled across the South China Sea in a fishing boat and became the first journalist to observe close-up ...

The New York Times Date: DEC. 9, 2015 By HIROKO TABUCHI Imports from China by Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer and biggest importer, eliminated or displaced over 400,000 jobs in ...

A famous example of traditional folk art has once again been coopted by the Chinese Communist Party in its propaganda efforts, but the family involved want nothing to do with ...

The New York Times Date: DEC. 5, 2015 By KEITH BRADSHER and ADAM NOSSITER Emeka Ezelugha was excited to open a computer training center. He could teach his countrymen some ...

Business Insider By: Armin Rosen The East China Sea is one of the most potentially volatile flash points in East Asia. China, Taiwan, the Philippines, and Japan all have islands ...

Georgia Tech computer science major organizes petition drive on campus The Epoch Times Date: December 1, 2015 By: Mary Silver, Epoch Times When 20-year-old John Perry began to practice Falun ...

Anastacia Lin travelled to Hong Kong but was prevented from boarding a connecting flight to China to compete in the beauty pageant finals. The Telegraph By: Neil Connor, Beijing An ...

Epoch Times Date: November 24, 2015 The Chinese regime wasted no time after the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris to call on the world to support its own brand ...