China News

Angela Gui's article details the 'very strange experience' of a meeting with the Swedish ambassador and two unnamed businessmen.
China’s Social Credit System is an example of what happens when an authoritarian government gets tech savvy. The system basically puts the entire billion-plus population of China under government control, with officials determining which citizens should be given loans, train…
U.S. law enforcement has arrested three people in Southern California for running a “birth tourism” business. They were charged with conspiracy to commit immigration fraud, identity theft, and international money laundering. This is the first time that criminal charges have…
Looking at the massive military buildup done by China in the South China Sea region, U.S. Republican Senator James Inhofe voiced his opinion that the Asian country was preparing for another world war. The Chinese recently completed construction of a…
U.S. China policy is in need of a 'course correction,' according to a panel of experts at the Asia Society.
The decision is seen as part of a policy of ever-widening censorship by the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) attempt at stifling free speech in Europe was exposed recently in Spain when a Shen Yun performance that was due to be conducted in Madrid’s Royal Theater on January 31, 2019, was cancelled. The theater…
Frontier Services Group (FSG), an insurance and logistics firm based in Hong Kong and co-founded by former U.S. military service contractor Erik Prince, is reportedly involved in setting up a training base in the Xinjiang region in China. The place…
Air NZ flight 289 was sent back to Auckland on Monday because it lacked 'regulator approval' to land in China, passengers were told.
Renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has no hope for his country ever becoming a free-spirited society as long as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is in power. He was responding to the current political tensions between Canada and China. Weiwei…
Lawmakers in America have recommended jailed Uyghur activist Ilham Tohti for the Nobel Peace Prize. Tohti has been sentenced to life in prison by the Chinese government for engaging in activities that promoted “separatism.” He was fighting for rights of…
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently charged Chinese telecommunications company Huawei with violating sanctions against Iran and stealing trade secrets from an American mobile carrier. Many believe that this will trigger increased media coverage about the firm and eventually…
But Malaysia will keep trade engagements with China intact “for our survival,” he says during U.S. visit.
A Twitter user from Xi'an is issued with an administrative fine for spreading 'false information' about Venezuela.
Jiang Tianyong's family are concerned that he may be spirited away by the authorities after his release, as other political prisoners have been.
In July 2015, an elementary school girl’s poem entitled Tears appeared on the Internet. The author of the poem was Liu Yan (pen name), a fourth-grade Yi girl from the Loving Care Elementary School in Daliangshan, Sichuan, China. In the most…
The Chinese government has issued a notice mandating that kindergartens that are affiliated with urban residential communities should be nonprofit and inexpensive. The notice was issued by the General Office of the State Council. Cheap preschools The State Council will…
An official investigation set up by the Chinese government to study the truth behind scientist He Jiankui’s claim of creating two gene edited babies has confirmed it to be true. Since he flouted several laws to carry his experiments, Jiankui…
Researchers from an Australian-led study have called for the withdrawal of more than 400 organ transplant research papers from China amid concerns the organs were acquired from prisoners. In the study published this month in the medical journal BMJ Open,…
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has intensified its efforts in instilling atheism on primary and secondary school students, according to Bitter Winter — a magazine that reports on religious liberty and human rights in China. Students are taught to reject religious…