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Target China: Trump’s new security strategy document

The full text of U.S. President Donald Trump’s

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Top news searches in China, 2017

China’s biggest search engine, Baidu, released a report (in Chinese) on Monday, highlighting the most significant news, events,…

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Artist who filmed Beijing eviction aftermath detained, then released on bail

Hua Yong 华涌, the artist who documented the destruction and social turmoil that resulted from Beijing’s migrant evictions,…

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Tencent buys stake in bricks-and-mortar supermarket chain

The South China Morning Post reports that internet giant Tencent has agreed to buy a 5 percent stake for…

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The pessimists have always been wrong

Arthur Kroeber is one of the most perspicacious observers of China’s economy….

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Imported HPV vaccines become available in mainland China

Human papillomavirus (HPV) describes a large group of related viruses that cause warts. These can be harmless,…

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The hammer and sickle in Nepal

In Nepal this week, a coalition of two Beijing-friendly Communist parties led by former prime ministers won a majority…

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Can anything stop ‘Gray rhino’ HNA’s overseas spending spree?

Faced with falling bond prices and unwillingness by foreign banks to do business with it, HNA this week sought…

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China cultivates African elites

Former Beijing resident and now Nairobi-based Quartz reporter Lily Kuo’s

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Chinese poet Yu Guangzhong dies at age 90

Poet and writer Yu Guangzhong 余光中 died at the age of 90 on Thursday in Taiwan. He was admitted…

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South Korean journalists beaten in Beijing despite ‘new start’ with China

South Korea has issued a demand for a formal apology after security guards at a trade event blocked a group…

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Roadblocks for foreign self-driving cars

As Chinese authorities work toward establishing new rules for road-testing self-driving cars, foreign auto manufacturers are worried that Beijing…

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Remembering Nanjing 1937

On December 13, Chinese President Xi Jinping led…

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People’s Daily — ‘Buddhist youths: Stop being so chill about everything’

Not long after well-off middle-aged Chinese men found themselves labeled “greasy” (油腻 yóunì) by millions of internet…

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Google ‘tiptoes’ back into China

Google stopped operating its China-based search engine in 2010 in protest against censorship and alleged hacking by the Chinese…

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