China Stops Top Liberal Economist Boarding Flight to United States
Sheng Hong is prevented from attending a symposium at Harvard University discussing 40 years of economic reform.
Detained, Ailing Chinese Activist Faces Neglect, Death in Police Detention: Groups
Fourteen rights organizations call for Huang Qi's release on the eve of a UN review of China's rights record.
New US Justice Department Initiative to Tackle China’s Misconduct Goes Beyond Espionage
At a news conference on Nov. 1 where U.S. attorney general Jeff Sessions announced that the Department of ...
Woman Fought With Driver, Causing Bus to Fall in China’s Yangtze River
BEIJING—A fight between a bus driver and a passenger who missed her stop caused the bus to plunge ...
China Seeks to Export Internet Controls, Expands Surveillance At Home: Report
China remains the worst country for internet controls, amid a global downturn in online freedom, Freedom House says.
Labor Rights Group Calls For Release of Jasic Workers, Student Supporters
As student Marxists protest at Nanjing University, the Hong Kong-based China Labour Bulletin says workers were standing up to longstanding management abuses.
Chinese Spies Charged With Trying to Steal US Jet Engine Technology
Within a month, a Chinese provincial intelligence branch has been implicated in three U.S. cases of stealing American ...
Taiwan Seeks Observer Status at Interpol, as It Endures Massive Cyberattacks From China
Taiwan is seeking observer status for the 87th Interpol General Assembly, in hopes of engaging the international organization's ...
Top Chinese Leaders Call for Focus on ‘Six Stabilities’ as Economy Lags
In a meeting of Chinese leader Xi Jinping and the Politburo, where top Chinese Communist Party officials discussed ...
Chinese Hackers, Agents in Plot to Hack Aerospace Tech From US Companies
Authorities in the United States say Chinese hacking of intellectual property is 'relentless' after indicting state security operatives and contractors based in Nanjing.
Chinese Lawyers Offer Free Legal Advice to People Living With HIV
People living with HIV still face mandatory health checks and subsequent discrimination by employers in both public and private sectors.
China’s Import Expo Faces Lukewarm International Reception
The Chinese state-run media has been busy promoting the inaugural China International Import Expo, involving 150 countries and ...
US Concerned as China Makes Inroads in Central America
Tensions between China and the Trump administration are not only evident in an escalating trade war. The standoff ...
China Factory Growth Weakest in Over Two Years, Slump in Export Orders Deepens
BEIJING—China's manufacturing sector in October expanded at its weakest pace in over two years, hurt by slowing domestic ...
Wife of Disappeared Former Interpol President Lawyers Up in Europe
Grace Meng has hired two law firms with strong Interpol connections and expertise in international criminal proceedings and extradition.
Bestselling Chinese Martial Arts Fantasy Author Dies in Hong Kong
Louis Cha, who penned the Condor trilogy of martial arts and chivalry novels, also founded Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper and helped to draft the city's mini-constitution.
China's Parliament Expands Use of In Absentia Trials Targeting 'Absconders'
But lawyers say political refugees who flee the country to evade persecution could also be targeted under the revised law.
China Stops More Than 100 Christians From Boarding Planes For Overseas Event
The Protestant church-members had been invited to a training event in South Korea, but police say they pose a potential threat to state security.
China's Ruling Communist Party Wages Ideological War on University Campuses
The administration of President Xi Jinping is showing the hallmarks of an extreme right-wing nationalist regime under a single strongman, analysts say.
Malaysia to Host China, Thailand in Naval Drills
The trilateral exercises in the Strait of Malacca are the first of their kind.