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China made a rap song about its annual ‘two sessions’ political meeting

I got elation from inspiration writing a compliment song for the nation while I’m talking about “two sessions.” After reckoning…

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Young Taiwanese are dreaming of careers in China — but unification is still a nightmare

Xi Jinping has dangled economic carrots with hopes that political consensus will follow. But the majority of Taiwanese citizens have…

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Taiwan’s indigenous are still seeking justice on the democratic side of the Taiwan Strait

Last month, 31 indigenous representatives signed an open letter condemning the “hegemony” of Xi Jinping — but don’t interpret that as…

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Ankara to Beijing: Xinjiang is ‘a great shame for humanity’

Image: From recent protest in Brussels against China’s re-education camps for Uyghurs (AFP) The government of Turkey has strongly condemned China’s…

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Will the trade war ever end? Potential late March Trump-Xi meeting would likely extend talks

Two reports, from the South China Morning Post and Axios, indicate that Beijing and Washington both remain interested in a…

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Australia’s foreign influence pushback gets personal as Chinese lobbyist denied re-entry

Pictured: Huang Xiangmo with former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull For the past two years, Australia has been engaged in…

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The future of Uyghur cultural — and halal — life in the Year of the Pig

Top: Uyghur children dressed in Han cultural clothing celebrating the year of the pig in Hotan in 2019   Up until 2018,…

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Don’t hold your breath for a deal — Pacific Reset, day 209

U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese vice premier Liú Hè 刘鹤 are finally in the same room. These top…

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The Pacific Reset: Day 208 — an ‘unreasonable crackdown’ and ‘smear’ on Chinese companies

Since early July, we’ve been following the U.S.-China trade war with close attention, and have dated the official beginning of…

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Conditions are worsening for foreign journalists in China

Last year, foreign journalists in China saw the greatest level of surveillance, interference with sources, and visa denial or control…

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Trudeau fires Canadian ambassador to China while U.S. unveils criminal charges against Huawei

The breaking news of the day is that U.S. Department of Justice has levied criminal charges against Huawei, accusing it…

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Venezuela-China, explained: How will Venezuela’s political crisis affect China?

This is the fourth of a four-part series spotlighting the Venezuela-China relationship. Part One: China’s choice to penetrate the Latin…

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Huawei’s problem of being too ‘Chinese’

China’s biggest telecom company can attribute much of its success — and most of its setbacks — to how stubbornly “Chinese”…

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Trade war, day 201: U.S. cancels lower-level trade talks ahead of Liu He visit

Photo: Tom Brenner, New York Times Next week, on January 30-31, vice premier Liú Hè 刘鹤 will visit Washington, D.C. for high-level…

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Venezuela-China, explained: The geopolitics of the dragon in Little Venice

This is the third of a four-part series, which will be published on Mondays this month, that spotlights the Venezuela-China…

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