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Chine News Headlines: September 20, 2020


U.S. Slams China’s ‘Aggressive, Destabilizing’ Military Actions During Taiwan Visit Taiwan bids farewell to ‘Mr Democracy’ Bloomberg New Economy: China is Winning the Trade War With Trump Chinese state controlled media says Australia has ‘painted itself into a geopolitical corner’ with China, but putsd forward Beijing’s supposed trade endgame? Escape options for Hong Kong activists … Continue reading

China News Headlines: September 19, 2020


China Sends Warning to Taiwan and U.S. With Big Show of Air Power Taiwan scrambles jets as China military overshadows US visit Outgoing US ambassador to China blames Beijing for coronavirus as he heads home to help Trump The bogus Steve Bannon-backed study claiming China created the coronavirus, explained Coronavirus: in China, the pandemic payoff … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 18, 2020


This Solomon Islands province is so frustrated with China’s presence that it’s pushing for independence Xinjiang: China defends ‘education’ camps US congressman introduces bill to scrap ‘one China’ policy,’ normalize ties with Taiwan Biden calls Russia an “opponent,” sees China as a “serious competitor” On China, India is making a mistake | Opinion Amid India-China standoff, … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 14, 2020


China wants its semiconductor industry to catch up with the U.S. — but that won’t be easy China is watching — Hybrid warfare: What data they collect, why cause for concern Coronavirus: vaccine scandals haunt China’s winter flu shot drive US-China: Washington revives plans for its rare earths industry ‘Covid-19 made in Wuhan lab controlled … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 13, 2020


China has spent 2020 losing friends. But Brussels can’t afford to make an enemy of world’s next hyperpower Culture clash: has Australia miscalculated in its feud with China? Australia, China trade war ensures mutual destruction Australia confirms raid on China media, says acted on evidence Lawmakers quiz Disney CEO over “Mulan” connection with authorities in … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 12, 2020


From Asia to Africa, China Promotes Its Vaccines to Win Friends Could the US and Chinese economies really ‘decouple’? China, U.S. trade attacks after paper refuses to carry envoy’s op-ed Beijing to impose restrictions on all US diplomats in China Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Disaster Highlights Dangers of China Deals China bans media coverage of Disney’s Mulan … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 9, 2020


Shots Fired Along India-China Border for First Time in Years Australian Reporters Flee China After Late-Night Visits From State Security Cheng Lei: China says journalist ‘endangered national security’ Asia-Pacific stocks decline ahead of China inflation data; Softbank Group plunges The U.S. and Taiwan are drawing closer, irritating China China’s Long March 4B rocket booster explodes … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 8, 2020


China’s latest FC-31 Gyrfalcon stealth fighter prototype may have been on a test flight Gordon Chang warns China ‘configuring its military to kill Americans’ China bans Scratch, MIT’s programming language for kids China launching data security initiative to counter U.S. tech blockade Schiff: Barr “Flat Out Lying to American People” About China Election Threat FBI Sweep of … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 7, 2020


China imposes new visa restrictions targeting US media U.S. considers cutting trade with China’s biggest semiconductor manufacturer SMIC, China’s largest chipmaker, plunges 19% after U.S. says it could blacklist the firm China Doesn’t Understand Europe, and It Shows. From its original CEE outreach to Wang Yi’s recent trip, China’s pursuit of short-term goals has interfered … Continue reading

China News Headlines – September 6, 2020


How China’s new language policy sparked rare backlash in Inner Mongolia The US is standing firm with Taiwan, and it’s making that point very clear Can the US and Germany finally see eye to eye on China? China’s post-Covid-19 travel industry sees green shoots with tourists embracing short trips, luxury stays in lessons for global … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – September 5, 2020


China may dump U.S. Treasuries as Sino-U.S. tensions flare: Global Times ‘Chinese firms are learning a painful lesson’: India’s app crackdown opens doors for U.S. tech giants US-China tensions: Korean war was a miscalculation. It could happen again with Taiwan Rajnath Singh meets Chinese defence minister, calls for bringing ties ‘back on right track’ Indian, … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – September 4, 2020


Hunter Biden’s deals ‘served’ China and Chinese military, new film claims China threatened Czech leader for ‘crossing red line’. He jumps over another Chinese banks’ profits will weaken even more in the second half of 2020, says Fitch Ratings Latest India-China border clash turns spotlight on Tibetan refugees in Special Frontier Force Pakistan’s PM: Our … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – September 3, 2020


China commemorates 75th anniversary of end of Pacific War Czech Senate president meets Taiwan leader; Beijing protests India and China are squaring off in the Himalayas again. How worried should we be? Taiwan’s New Passport Cover Ensures Others Won’t Confuse It With China Decoupling With U.S. Would Cut China’s Growth to 3.5%, Says Study State … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – September 2, 2020


China’s baby boomers are set to retire, triggering a sharp shift in health-care trends Pentagon Report: China Now Has World’s Largest Navy as Beijing Expands Military Influence Game of Thrones makers to adapt Chinese sci-fi classic for Netflix After Years of Booming Outside Interest in China, Some Global Firms Are Packing Up Rare rallies in … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – September 1, 2020


Tension as India, China accuse each other of border violations India-China Border Conflict: What We Know India and China Face Off Again at Border as Troops Move In How China is preparing its economy for a future where the U.S. isn’t the center of global demand Scientists see downsides to top COVID-19 vaccines from Russia, … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – August 31, 2020


Renaissance Capital expects fewer Chinese companies to list in the U.S. once new regulations kick in China says Czech senate speaker must pay ‘heavy price’ for Taiwan visit China says manufacturing activity expanded in August, slightly missing expectations TikTok Deal Talks Are Slowed Over New China Rules TikTok sale appears imminent. Rumors fly as Microsoft … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – August 30, 2020


In authoritarian China, eating freely is a cherished activity. Now a food waste campaign wants to control meals, too Why China Will Not Save Huawei From Trump’s Devastating New Blow TikTok Deal Is Complicated by New Rules From China Over Tech Exports New China Export Rule Could Jeopardize TikTok U.S. Sale Chinese President Xi Jinping … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – August 29, 2020


China reportedly secretly built hundreds of prison camps to hold minority Muslims Trump or Biden? China expects no favours either way China issues warning over awarding Nobel peace prize to Hong Kong protesters Australian researchers condemn ‘groundless vilification’ of their work with China China’s wine dumping allegations leave the industry gobsmacked, both in Australia and … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – August 28, 2020


Trump’s tough talk on China faces harsh trade realities Chinese dissident brought to US by Obama administration praises Trump at RNC China Secretly Built A Vast New Infrastructure To Imprison Muslims Pentagon decries Beijing missile test in South China Sea China’s Tecno sold thousands of smartphones with malware in Africa Coronavirus: Vaccine front-runner China already … Continue reading

China: The Harmonious Society – August 27, 2020


Inside the company at the forefront of China’s push to develop a coronavirus vaccine China cashes in on America’s coronavirus lockdown China Calls It A ‘Wartime Mode’ COVID-19 Lockdown. And Residents Are Protesting Coronation: See the haunting trailer for Ai Weiwei’s movie about China’s lockdown Philippines to call US for help if China attacks navy … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 26, 2020


In RNC speech, Pompeo previews Trump’s China election strategy Trump administration considering labeling China’s oppression of Uighur Muslims a genocide: report Biden campaign says China’s treatment of Uighur Muslims is “genocide” ‘Obvious provocation’: China accuses US spy plane of entering no-fly zone For Refusing a Drink With the Boss, He Was Slapped in the Face … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 25, 2020


China’s Economy Is Still Light Years Behind the US To Defeat China In War, Strangle Its Economy: Expert Mark Zuckerberg reportedly warned President Trump about the rise of Chinese tech firms Stranded Chinese in India are going home via Europe, at almost 10 times pre-pandemic cost Amid tensions with China, US overtures to Taiwan could … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 24, 2020


China’s Communist Party is a threat to the world, says former elite insider Trump: If Biden is elected, ‘China will own our country’ China meets with Asean diplomats to propose resuming South China Sea talks South China Sea: Photos reveal secret underground base off Hainan Island Chinese startups debut on Shenzhen tech board under new … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 23, 2020


China’s Communist Party is a threat to the world, says former elite insider Bannon’s Chinese host an irritant to Communist Party Op-ed: What Japan’s 1980s boom and bust can tell us about the Chinese economy What a Biden-Harris Administration Could Mean for U.S. and China Relations Trade war no barrier to Vans owner as VF … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 22, 2020


Xi Declares War on Food Waste, and China Races to Tighten Its Belt Report finds $50 billion of cryptocurrency moved out of China hinting at capital flight against Beijing rules Xi Jinping calls for reform to break through development bottlenecks China’s navy goes back to work on big ambitions but long-term gaps remain He went … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 21, 2020


Hong Kong’s WTO threat against US ‘Made in China’ ruling puts city in uncharted waters US finalizes sale of 66 F-16 fighters to Taiwan as China tensions escalate China’s Alibaba offers olive branch to Trump China’s Draft Pact for Everest Height Announcement With Nepal Raises Eyebrows in India Anxiety grows as China’s Three Gorges dam … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 20, 2020


Hong Kong: National security law targets overseas activists Local Officials in China Hid Coronavirus Dangers From Beijing, U.S. Agencies Find 100,000 Evacuated As Massive Flooding In China Threatens Ancient Giant Buddha Statue Is This The End Of China’s Oil Buying Spree? Watch Massive Sinkhole In China Devour 21 Cars Trump Cancels China Talks, Raising Questions … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 19, 2020


Trump dangles cash for US firms moving from China Apple removes thousands of games from the Chinese App Store, alarming observers China thirsty for US crude oil after record refinery action U.S. and European firms face $1 trillion in costs to relocate their Chinese supply chains, Bank of America says China launches an investigation into … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 18, 2020


Gordon Chang: Here’s how China is interfering to smear Trump ahead of 2020 election AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s flawed justification for postal cuts Don’t let China steal the global nuclear-power industry In world’s biggest drill, Pacific navies play out China scenarios Former CIA agent sold US intelligence to China for money and gifts, DOJ officials … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 17, 2020


GPS, watch out. Here comes China’s system China’s national security law triggering radical transformation of Hong Kong’s human rights China retail sales fall fuels concern for global recovery from Covid-19 With China in mind, US awards $62 billion advanced fighter jets contract to Lockheed Martin to arm Taiwan China’s billion dollar pig plan met with … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 16, 2020


China restaurant apologises for weighing customers COVID-19 first appeared in a group of Chinese miners in 2012, scientists say US-China decoupling: does clash of ideologies raise too many non-negotiables? As Relations With U.S. Sink, China Tones Down ‘Hotheaded’ Nationalism The US-China fight began with trade. Now it’s the one thing still working for them Exclusive: … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 15, 2020


LAC crisis: India envoy holds talks with China’s apex military body The Trump administration wants a US-China commercial split A faltering U.S.-China trade deal is now the nations’ strongest link Stocks Likely to Survive the U.S.-China Decoupling China’s Arrest of a Free-Speech Icon Backfires in Hong Kong ‘China’s Netflix’ is being investigated by the SEC … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 14, 2020


Xi Jinping is reinventing state capitalism. Don’t underestimate it After 500 Years Trying to Tame Fatal Floods, China Tries a New Way China’s Baidu posts tepid forecast as ad sales remain under pressure Chinese cities find coronavirus in frozen food imports, WHO downplays infection risk President Trump targeted in videos from Chinese network of fake … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 13, 2020


China’s Days as World’s Factory Are Over, IPhone Maker Says Luxury Homes Tie Chinese Communist Elite to Hong Kong’s Fate 3 charts show China is far from meeting its ‘phase one’ trade commitment to the U.S. China’s July air passenger numbers fall 34.1% year-on-year: regulator Satellite Image Shows Pakistani Submarine With Chinese Navy Apple’s $44 … Continue reading

The weird world of China: August 12, 2020


Sino-US relations must not derail, says China vice foreign minister Trump says Americans will have to learn Chinese if Biden wins but offers little condemnation of Beijing Azar defends Taiwan trip, says China should worry about ‘getting more transparent, more open’ on coronavirus Trump says Hong Kong issue is ‘tough’ because city is ‘attached to … Continue reading

The weird world of China – August 11, 2020


China imposes sanctions on US officials in retaliation for Hong Kong measures Hong Kong’s Apple Daily vows to fight on after arrest of Jimmy Lai Heightened US-China tensions rein in gains for global stocks China unveils policies to boost chipmakers as tensions with U.S. rise. Analysts say they may not help Asian stocks set for … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 10 August 2020


Curtains for the nail house? New plan targets China’s most defiant homeowners China: The Bubble That Never Pops, by Thomas Orlik Dalian iron ore extends decline as China-U.S. rift deepens David and Goliath: China and Taiwan’s military mismatch As Trump Takes On China, Big Tech Savors India’s Jio Platforms ‘China sympathisers’: a new Red Scare … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 09 August 2020


Hong Kong and China hit back at US sanctions Hong Kong, Chinese officials jeer at U.S. sanctions over security law Tensions Mount over China’s Industrial Espionage in US Apple’s Chinese business could be devastated by Trump’s WeChat ban This is one of the biggest mistakes investors can make when it comes to the China trade, … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 08 August 2020


China seals off village after bubonic plague death in Inner Mongolia U.S. Sanctions Hong Kong’s Carrie Lam Over China Crackdown Second Canadian Sent to China’s Death Row in as Many Days – The death sentences handed down this week come amid unresolved tensions between Beijing and Ottawa over Canada’s arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 07 August 2020


China’s Offer to Help With Virus Testing Spooks Hong Kong More Chinese phone makers could lose US apps under Trump’s Clean Network Hong Kong foreign press says journalists being targeted in US-China stand-off Google deletes 2,500 China-linked YouTube channels over disinformation ‘They just pull up everything!’ Chinese fleet raises fears for Galápagos sea life China’s … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 06 August 2020


Zhang Yuhuan: Chinese court clears man of murder after 27 years in prison China continues to exert damaging influence on Hollywood, report finds On 370 anniversary, China calls move ‘illegal’, draws flak from India U.S. lawmaker calls on Trump administration to review stimulus loans to China-linked firms China increasingly worried about ‘losing face’ as Japan … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 05 August 2020


Australian leader says US-China war no longer inconceivable China Uighurs: A model’s video gives a rare glimpse inside internment Washington Post bashed as ‘morally bankrupt’ for glowing feature on Chinese Communist Party Trump views China’s Communist Party as a threat. Young Chinese see it as a ticket to a better future. Hidden Hand: How the … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 04 August 2020


Break the Ice: Trump ramping up US presence in the Arctic as Russia, China threats loom TikTok countdown: Trump to give Chinese owner 45 days to sell app ‘Clean Up This Mess’: The Chinese Thinkers Behind Xi’s Hard Line China’s new digital currency takes aim at Alibaba and Tencent Being a Chinese student in the … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 03 August 2020


U.S. Small Business Bailout Money Flowed to Chinese-Owned Companies Editorial: No to a U.S.-China cold war U.S. to Act on China Software Beyond TikTok, Pompeo Says University of New South Wales under fire for deleting social media posts critical of China over Hong Kong The next US-China battleground: Chinese dams on the Mekong River? Should China … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 02 August 2020


On Day 90 of Standoff, India, China to Hold 5th Round of Talks as Beijing Refuses to Pull Back from Pangong Tso Hong Kong issues arrest warrant for U.S. citizen under new national security law Bubble waffles: The uniquely Hong Kong snack that’s popping up around the world China sends team to Hong Kong to … Continue reading

The weird world of China – 01 August 2020


Elon Musk says ‘China rocks’ while the U.S. is full of ‘complacency and entitlement’ China’s Three Gorges Dam is one of the largest ever created. Was it worth it? Hong Kong ‘seeking arrest’ of fleeing activists Apple removes thousands of game apps from China store: research firm Americans Fault China for Its Role in the … Continue reading

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