China Shutters WeChat Account Listing Historical Grievances Against Moscow
The move by China's internet censors shows that Beijing is serious about not offending the Kremlin as bilateral ties improve.
China Political Refugees Face Forcible Repatriation From Thailand, Taiwan
Four asylum seekers are living in fear that authorities in Thailand and Taiwan will send them back to mainland China, where they are targets of the Chinese Communist Party.
EU Report Says China Still Largest Source of Counterfeit Goods
China remains the biggest source of counterfeit goods imported into the European Union, a new report states. More ...
Pence to Tell China: We Will Not Be Intimidated in South China Sea
WASHINGTON—U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, sharpening U.S. criticism of Chinese policies around the globe, will give China a ...
US Warns of New Hacking Spree From Group Linked to China
WASHINGTON—The U.S. government on Oct. 3 warned that a hacking group widely known as cloudhopper, which Western cybersecurity ...
Vaccine Campaigner Detained on Tiananmen Square After Protest of 'Despair'
Wang Jinfeng was released after police stopped her from harming herself near the national flagpole on Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Chinese Actress Makes Public Apology For Tax Evasion After 'Disappearance'
Fan Bingbing will escape criminal prosecution if she repays U.S.$130 million owed to the tax authorities.
Hong Kong Bishop Fears Chinese Catholic Suppression to Continue Despite Vatican Pact
HONG KONG—Hong Kong's leading Catholic cleric said on Oct. 3 that he feared continued suppression of Catholics in ...
Chinese Movie Star Fan Bingbing Hit With Huge Tax Evasion Fines
BEIJING—China has ordered A-list movie star Fan Bingbing to pay about 884 million yuan ($129 million) in overdue ...
Thousands of Chinese Asylees in the US Might Be Deported for Immigration Fraud
About 13,500 immigrants who were granted asylum status in the United States before December 2012—most of them Chinese—are ...
China Curbs Teachers' Overseas Travel, Recalls Passports 'Nationwide'
The administration of President Xi Jinping appears to be extending a travel ban previously applied in Tibet and Xinjiang to the rest of the country.
Chinese Journalist's Arrest Shows State Media Fight For Ruling Party
China's state-backed journalists are seen as the direct agents of Beijing by their own bosses and government.
YouTube Scraps Most Popular Channel on China Politics From Search Suggestions
YouTube has removed the most popular channel focused on Chinese politics from its search suggestions just as YouTube's ...
Understanding Chinese Spy Operations Is Central to Understanding Cyberattacks
In 2014, five Chinese military hackers were indicted for offenses that included computer hacking and economic espionage, targeting Americans in ...
Two Chinese Asylum-Seekers Stranded in Taiwan's Airport After Claim
New Citizens' Movement activist Yan Bozhen and China Rights Observer co-founder and torture victim Liu Xinglian applied for asylum while in transit from Thailand.
Hong Kong Marks National Day With Protests Over Loss of Freedom, Democracy
Chief executive Carrie Lam says the city must now prioritize China's national security concerns over calls for freedom of speech.
Chinese Household-Debt Levels Reach Record High
Household debt in China rose to a record high in 2017, putting another hole in the armor of ...
Officials Ban Private Funeral Parties in China's Zhejiang
The move comes as the ruling Chinese Communist Party tries to roll out controversial funeral reforms across the country.
Activist Joshua Wong Banned From Travel, Four Years After Democracy Movement Began
Wong will be unable to leave Hong Kong for the next eight months after a court refused to ease bail conditions linked to his use of civil disobedience during the 2014 Umbrella Movement.
US Needs More Tools to Counter China on IP Transfers, Congress Told
WASHINGTON—The United States needs more tools to counter China’s aggressive efforts to acquire American intellectual property through legal ...