US Lawmakers Call on Trump to Help Detained Chinese Muslims
BEIJING—A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers wants President Donald Trump to help Muslims respond to a sweeping crackdown ...
Concerns Grow For 'Disappeared' Chinese Vaccine Victim
Tan Hua, a MBA graduate of a top Chinese university, is being held incommunicado after campaigning for justice for victims of faulty vaccines.
Hong Kong to Continue Crackdown on Separatism Using Existing Laws: Lam
Carrie Lam's speech came amid loud protests by pro-democracy politicians over the denial of a visa to a journalist who hosted an event featuring a pro-independence politician.
China Increasing Domestic Repression and Exporting Authoritarianism–US Report
Congressional-Executive Commission on China urges US pushback on repression in Xinjiang and Chinese challenges to democracy abroad.
Chinese Regime Pulls All Stops to Boost Tax Revenue as Debt Balloons
Saddled with heavy debt, the Chinese regime has begun doubling down on enforcing the collection of taxes across ...
Trump’s New Global Trade Order Aims at Ramping Up Pressure on China
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is set to flex its muscles by convincing trading partners to pressure China. The revamped ...
Interpol Ex-chief, Missing in China, Said to Be Connected to Purged Security Czar
Interpol has confirmed that Meng Hongwei, who has been missing since his recent return to China, has resigned ...
Two Face Charges in China's Political Prisoner Support Group Crackdown
Zhong Xiaolin faces subversion charges in Shenzhen, while Sun Wenke is being held incommunicado in Chongqing.
Future Still Uncertain For Chinese Refugees in Taiwan, Thailand
A fellow activist flies to Taiwan to give evidence on behalf of two Chinese nationals seeking political asylum there.
Pompeo’s Visit to Beijing Tension-Filled Amid Worsening US–China Relations
In a rarity for Beijing diplomacy, no effort was made to disguise the frosty and tense atmosphere encountered ...
China’s New Cybersecurity Regulations Allow Unfettered Police Search, Inspections of Internet-Service Providers
Beijing is expanding its draconian measures to police the internet to include service providers and any company that ...
Chinese Drugmaker Huahai Tumbles After FDA Shutout
SHANGHAI—Shares of China's Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals Co Ltd tumbled in early trade on Oct. 8, the first day ...
CCP Accuses Ex-interpol Chief of Bribery, Other Crimes
BEIJING—The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is investigating the former president of Interpol for bribery and other crimes, the ...
Thousands of Chinese Army Veterans March Over Police Beatings
Authorities order the police to withdraw as thousands arrive in Shandong's Pingdu city in response to a nationwide call-to-action.
China's Former Interpol Chief 'in Secret Bribery Probe' After Resignation
Meng Hongwei is being held in a secret location near Beijing, amid criticism of Interpol for accepting his resignation without comment.
China Building New Coal Plants Equal to Entire US Capacity
China is building hundreds of new coal-fired power plants capable of generating a total of 259 gigawatts (GW) ...
Vietnamese in Australia Warn: ‘Yesterday Is Tibet, Today Is Vietnam, Tomorrow Is Australia’
The Melbourne Vietnamese community held a rally in Federation Square on Sept. 30 to protest against the invasion ...
Chip-Level Spying Has a Long History Under the Chinese Regime
News Analysis If Chinese spy chips were found in the hardware of Apple and Amazon (they were according ...
Pentagon Sees China as ‘Growing Risk’ to US Defense Industry
WASHINGTON—China represents a "significant and growing risk" to the supply of materials vital to the U.S. military, according ...
Pence Speech Marks 'Major Political Milestone' in US-China Ties: Analysts
Chinese commentators say domestic political considerations mean Beijing is unlikely to respond positively to the US shift in direction.