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BEIJING—China's defense ministry warned on July 24 that it was ready for war if there was a move ...
Four Chinese nationals and the Chinese company they worked for have been indicted for evading U.S. sanctions designed ...
Li Peng, former Chinese premier, died in Beijing at 11:11 p.m. local time on July 22. The former ...
U.S. adherents of the spiritual practice Falun Gong have recently submitted to the U.S. State Department a list ...
Standing up for religious freedom under the CCP is no easy task, and Bob Fu, president and founder of China Aid, knows this all too well.
WASHINGTON—White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on July 23 said it was a good sign top U.S. officials ...
Several governments and international rights groups have issued statements condemning recent violence in Hong Kong, which resulted in ...
A woman was not only violently abused in the work place by a male employee, but also sexually harassed and then romantically pursued by him afterwards.
At the moment, Xi Jinping’s rule over China is as absolute as any ruler’s since perhaps Stalin wielded ...
Will Hong Kong End Like Tiananmen Square?
...2018 set a record for China’s corporate bond defaults. Based on current data, defaults in 2019 will break last year’s record...
Former Czech Huawei Employees Reveal How Company Passed on Data to Chinese Embassy Officials
U.S. President Donald Trump said on July 19 that he would help resolve tensions between South Korea and ...
No suspect arrested by police has yet been charged with a violent crime, amid growing calls for a full inquiry.
BEIJING—Former Chinese Premier Li Peng, reviled by rights activists and many in the Chinese capital as the "Butcher ...
During the Reagan administration, the fight over nuclear spending was one of a number of big defense conflicts, ...
After abusing his wife several times, a husband attacked his wife's family with a knife, leaving three seriously injured. He was arrested the following day.
A man driving a construction vehicle at night was rear-ended and later arrested for not attempting to rescue the people trapped inside before it burst into flames.
A former top Communist Party official and a former leader of the 1989 student protests say it is unclear why the Chinese leadership apparently changed its mind to take a harder line.
Seeing the bill as a major milestone of Hong Kong’s decline into submitting to total mainland control, Hong Kong residents were not pleased with the bill’s suspension and have continued their protests. The extradition bill proposed that people could be extradited to mainland China for trial. Though Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced the extradition bill as “dead,” she never said “withdraw,” the operative word protesters were looking for. About half a million people marched on Sunday. Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters late in the evening.