BBC News Date: 20 April 2018 By Prof Rana MitterUniversity of Oxford To understand today’s headlines about China’s approach to issues such as trade, foreign policy or internet censorship, turn to its past. The country is perhaps more aware of its ...

China’s Cosco Shipping Ports Ltd., which operates around 180 container berths at ports worldwide, is purchasing a stake in Euromax Terminal Rotterdam BV. Bloomberg Date: April 23, 2018 By: Andre Tartar, Mira Rojanasakul and Jeremy Scott Diamond For more than a decade, Chinese political ...

abc.net.au Date: April 21, 2018 In releasing the State Department’s global human rights report for 2017, acting Secretary of State John Sullivan also singled out Syria, Myanmar, Turkey and Venezuela as nations with poor human rights records. Improved human rights ...

The Telegraph Date: 9 APRIL 2018 By:  Neil Connor, beijing,  Nicola Smith, taipei Photo credit: CREDIT: AFP Aconflict between China and Taiwan is becoming “more probable” after Donald Trump agreed to help Taipei build its own submarines, Chinese media said. The US gave the go ahead ...

As Donald Trump surrenders America’s global commitments, Xi Jinping is learning to pick up the pieces. The Newyorker Date: January 8, 2018 By: Evan Osnos Illustration by Paul Rogers In an unfamiliar moment, China’s pursuit of a larger role in the ...

Washington has repeatedly expressed concerns that China’s development of artificial islands in South China Sea poses a threat to freedom of navigation in a major artery for international trade. NDTV ...

Flashpoint linguists think the authors of WannaCry were native Chinese speakers Taiwan News Date: 2017/05/27 By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Linguists at the dark ...

US President Trump has brought uncertainty to Sino-American ties, ‘If a serious bilateral crisis develops, [foreigners] in China may become unacceptably vulnerable to expulsion or detention,’ said Matthew Brazil. The ...

CNBC.com Date: May `10, 2017 By: Sophia Yan China has rapidly climbed the ranks to become the world’s second-largest economy. Now, the most populous nation on the planet wants to ...

Lam Wing-kee plans to open an offshoot of Causeway Bay Books in self-governed Taiwan as a ‘symbol of resistance’ The Guardian Date: Monday 8 May 2017 By: Nicola Smith in ...

The New York Times Sunday Review By: Ai Weiwei BEIJING — In the space of a month in 2014, at separate art exhibitions in Beijing and Shanghai that included my ...

The BBC Date: May 8, 2017 A Chinese court says a prominent human rights lawyer, Xie Yang, has admitted being “brainwashed” overseas at his trial for inciting subversion. It released ...

Forbes Anders Corr , CONTRIBUTOR On Monday, Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper revealed that 11 democratic nations jointly condemned China’s increasing human rights abuses in a secret February 27 letter ...

Reuters Date: Apr 28, 2017 By Jeff Mason, Stephen J. Adler and Steve Holland | WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday spurned the Taiwanese president’s suggestion that the two ...

Li, once told that China considered him ‘more dangerous than Bin Laden’, sentenced in secret trial to three years in prison with a four-year reprieve The Guardian Date: 28 April ...

Communist factional infighting influenced Beijing’s stance on nuclear threat Epoch Times Date: April 20, 2017 By: Leo Timm Within China, entrenched political rivals of leader Xi Jinping share common ground ...

The News Lens Date: 2017/04/20 By: Li Guangshou Market dominance by the Big Four accounting firms may be helping unscrupulous companies get listed on US stock exchanges. Stock prices of ...

Epoch Times By: Jack Phillips A report from a Christian charity has found that Christians are being persecuted at rates not seen since the Cultural Revolution, which lasted from 1966 ...

Epoch Times Date: March 16, 2017 By: Leo Timm Sun Min, a respected and officially acclaimed middle school teacher from northeastern China, is just one of millions of Chinese citizens ...

Professor Feng Chongyi has been outspoken about Beijing’s political influence in Chinese communities in Australia. The News Lens Date: 2017/03/27 By: Rosemary Chen A Chinese-born Australian academic has been stopped ...

Chinese scientists have spoken out again on how the Great Firewall is slowing down research and blocking access to critical international data, urging authorities to take action. The News Lens ...

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