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U.S. airlines succumb to Beijing’s ‘Orwellian Nonsense’

Speaking of Beijing playing dirty, a push by Beijing to get…

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Trade war, day 19: This is not going to end soon

The trenches of the U.S.-China trade war are being dug deeper,…

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Is Beijing fumbling its follow-up to the vaccine scandal?

The Chinese internet remains in an uproar after news that Changchun Changsheng, a vaccine producer in China’s northeastern Jilin…

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Yet another vaccine scandal punctures public trust in safety

Over the weekend, a scandal over reports that Changchun Changsheng, a vaccine producer in northeastern China’s Jilin Province, had…

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Fuzhou and Chengdu culture

If you need a break from the constant trade war news…

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Is China’s new anti-corruption agency abusing its power?

To expand the scope of its anti-graft campaigns, China

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The trade war, two weeks in: No compromise in sight

It has now been 14 days since the opening shots of…

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Air China is punished for vaping co-pilot incident

Last week, an Air China flight from Hong Kong to Dalian, in northeastern China, plunged 25,000 feet (6,500 meters)…

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Trade war, day 13: U.S. gives China cold shoulder at G20 as trade relations freeze over

Nearly two weeks since the first round of $34 billion tit-for-tat tariffs went into effect (Access paywall),…

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Pinduoduo, China’s ‘Facebook-Groupon mashup,’ looks to raise $1.6 billion on Nasdaq

In only three years since its founding, Pinduoduo (拼多多 pīnduōduō; literally, “piece together more and more”), what Pandaily calls…

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China’s continued food and drug quality problems

As Chinese products gain prominence and are integrated into the global supply chain, quality assurances for products from the…

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China gives ‘sewage surveillance’ a shot as part of its own war on drugs

A recent Scientific American article details China’s use of wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) — the process of chemically analyzing…

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Hong Kong moves to crush pro-independence party

It has been little more than two years since the pro-independence Hong Kong National Party was founded….

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Trade war, day seven: China’s strategy comes into focus

There is not much hard news amid the fallout from the latest $200 billion in tariffs,…

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Opportunities for China in the trade war crisis

“May you live in interesting times” is, of course, not actually an ancient Chinese curse, nor…

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