Cornell Cancels China Exchange Programs After Crackdown on Student Activists
The university cites 'extreme measures' taken against student activists who supported a unionization campaign at the Jasic factory in Shenzhen.
China Rolls Out Facial Recognition Scans on Guangzhou Subway
The pilot scheme will likely then be rolled out across the country, prompting concerns over the government's total surveillance of the population.
Deaths Rise to 11 in China Mine Disaster; 10 Still Trapped
BEIJING—The death toll in an eastern China coal mine collapse has risen to 11, with 10 miners still ...
China Will Prosecute Graft, Terror Suspects Even If They Flee
BEIJING—China changed its law on Oct. 26 to allow judgments to be delivered in corruption and terror cases ...
China’s Growing Curbs on Offshore Investments Worry Global Bankers
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI—News of a foreign wealth manager being denied exit from China last week is raising concerns among ...
US Must Protect Itself in Cyber War With China
The storm of controversy has yet to subside following the Oct. 4 Bloomberg Businessweek blockbuster story that San ...
US Defense Secretary Mattis Trip to Vietnam Aimed at Countering China’s Influence
WASHINGTON—By making a rare second trip this year to Vietnam, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is signaling how intensively ...
China’s Property Market Feels Fresh Chill, ‘Winter’ Is Coming
HONG KONG—China's property developers usually look forward to the months dubbed "Golden September and Silver October" as the ...
Trade War Cost: China’s Third Quarter GDP Growth Seen Hitting Lowest Since 2009
BEIJING—At week's end, global investors and policy makers will likely be given a stark reminder of the costs ...
The Fate of China’s “World’s Factory”
Relations between the United States and China have deteriorated amid the trade dispute. The trade dispute is closely ...
(Another) Chinese Professor Punished for His Speech
In the latest instance of Chinese authorities clamping down on academic speech, a Chinese professor recently was disciplined ...
US Defense Secretary Mattis to Meet Chinese Counterpart Amid US-China Tensions
SINGAPORE—U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis plans to meet on Oct. 18 in Singapore with his Chinese counterpart amid ...
Release of Film Featuring Fallen Chinese Celebrity Fan Binbing Canceled
BEIJING—The director of "Air Strike," featuring Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, says the film's release has been canceled in ...
China Soybean Imports Set for Biggest Drop in 12 Years Amid Tariff Conflict
China's soybean imports are set to drop by a quarter in the last three months of 2018, their ...
Former Uyghur Inmates Tell of Torture and Rape in China’s ‘Re-Education’ Camps
Uyghurs in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region are being tortured, raped, and killed in secretive “political re-education” camps, former ...
The Global Manufacturing Industry is Moving Out of China
Globalization has transformed China into the “world’s factory.” Eighteen years ago, developed and newly industrialized countries moved their ...
Bristol Urged to Sever Links with China Over Organ Harvesting
LONDON—A city in the United Kingdom is being urged to end its ties with a Chinese city over ...
Eastern China Coal Mine Accident Kills 2, Leaves 18 Trapped
BEIJING—Two people died and 18 were trapped in a coal mine in eastern China on Oct. 21 after ...
China’s Top Macau Representative Dead After Falling From His Building
China's top representative to Macau died late on Oct. 20 after falling from the building where he lived, ...
China’s Plans to Use Latin America for Economic, Political Agenda Detailed in US Report
A new wide-ranging report by a U.S. congressional commission on China has outlined the Chinese regime’s strategies in ...