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Two Chinese-American scientists were dismissed from Atlanta-based Emory University for failing to disclose funding from and links to Chinese institutions.
In this world where freedom of expression is expected to be upheld, we would expect that an American-based ...
A photographer wished to commemorate the upcoming 30th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre by sharing his ...
Li Shanshan barely knew Zhou Xiangyang before he was arrested and sentenced to nine years in prison, a ...
A law enabling the civil registration procedure for same-sex couples was voted through the democratic island's legislature last week.
The father of the Chinese Yale student, who paid $1.2 million in bribes to get his daughter into ...
Ray Wong and Alan Li were granted political asylum in May after fleeing Hong Kong while on bail pending rioting charges.
Veteran Taiwan gay rights activist Chi Chia-wei recalls the early days of his activism, 33 years before marriage equality.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING—President Donald Trump said on May 23 U.S. complaints against Huawei Technologies might be resolved within the framework ...
SYDNEY—Pacific Island countries that have diplomatic ties with Taiwan should maintain them in the face of "heavy handed" ...
HONG KONG— The European Union Office in Chinese-ruled Hong Kong issued a formal diplomatic "demarche" protest note to ...
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI—China's Huawei, hit by crippling U.S. sanctions, could see shipments decline by as much as a quarter ...
Eric Xu, a deputy chairman of Huawei, allegedly was directly involved in a conspiracy to steal trade secrets ...
A Chinese national who has held high-level positions in chemical companies in China was arrested at a LA airport and charged with drug importation.
The Trump administration steps up effort to protect American farmers who face a large negative impact from the U.S.-China trade war. The White House announced May 23 a new $16 billion aid package in an effort to keep the farmers afloat.
A man apparently with mental disabilities in China attacked another man, impersonating a police officer in the process. Both were later arrested by police.
Tsai Ing-wen warns that China is now seeking to export its suppression of free speech to liberal democracies around the world.
WASHINGTON—The Senate Armed Services Committee unveiled a draft bill on May 23 that targets China on several fronts, ...
WASHINGTON—U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on May 23 the chief executive of China's Huawei Technologies was ...
US Senators will May 23 reintroduce a bill to sanction Chinese people and companies involved in construction projects in the South China Sea.