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Peking University accuses student Marxists of criminal activity

After the apparent kidnapping of two students, the campaign to crush Marxist activist organizations at Peking University…

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Trade war, day 133: A letter from Beijing, and Peter Navarro in the naughty corner

News outlets are citing multiple unnamed sources confirming that…

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African swine fever epidemic is now ‘serious’

Agence France-Presse reports on a joint statement (in Chinese)…

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Beijing to let gray rhinos loose again?

Last year, the People’s Daily began warning about “gray rhinoceroses” (灰犀牛 huī…

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Trade war, day 132: Xi feted in Papua New Guinea, as U.S. panel warns of Chinese tech dominance

General Secretary and President Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 arrived early in Papua New Guinea (PNG) before Asia-Pacific leaders…

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State media today — meeting notes and mockery

Central state media today continued to focus on celebrations of 40 years of economic reform:

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The ‘quiet community’ of Chinese in South Africa

The Chinese community in South Africa is one of the oldest and largest in Africa. But even though the…

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Buying time in the South China Sea

“China hopes to complete talks on South China Sea code of conduct in 3 years,”

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Trade war, day 131: China hawk says there may be ‘outlines of a deal’

In another sign of a potential thaw in relations, the Wall Street Journal reports

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Is China meddling in Taiwan’s elections?

“Taiwan’s government accuses China of meddling in elections” is the headline of a piece…

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And then they came, again, for the student Marxists

“Labor activists missing in China after suspected coordinated raids,” says Reuters. Background: In August this year, 50 students from across China,…

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The island shared by Russia and China, and other links

“Located near the city of Khabarovsk, at the confluence of the Ussuri and Amur rivers, Bolshoy…

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Social credit system: Dystopian nightmare or mundane regulatory law?

Scholar of Chinese law Jeremy Daum has been on a one-man mission to demystify China’s social credit…

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Why is Australia so hostile?

Chinese state media today is dominated by articles on the China International Import Expo underway in Shanghai. Xí Jìnpíng…

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People’s Daily on forced homestays in Xinjiang

State media is reporting on China’s nightmarish program of forced…

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