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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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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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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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‘Air mess’ is all right

Agence France-Presse reports on glad tidings for French luxury brand Hermès, pronounced…

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Killing Wang Qishan with praise — views from the Bloomberg pow wow

The Bloomberg New Economy Forum, Michael Bloomberg’s own private mini-Davos, was supposed to be held in Beijing,…

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An underwhelming turnout for China’s grand import expo

There was a somewhat disappointing VIP turnout for the grand import fair hosted by Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 to showcase China’s…

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Upcoming Trump-Xi meeting on trade war spurs irrational investor optimism

“U.S. President Donald Trump has offered to host a dinner for Chinese President Xi Jinping on December 1 in…

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The biggest story in China right now

“It’s the biggest story, or non-story, in China right now,” Beijing-based research firm Trivium…

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U.S. accuses 10 Chinese nationals of stealing aerospace technology

The U.S. Justice Department has accused 10 Chinese nationals, including two intelligence officials and six hackers, with…

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R.I.P. Jin Yong — beloved martial arts novelist and newspaper editor

Jīn Yōng 金庸, author of 15 martial arts novels, and editor and publisher of the Hong Kong…

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The Swiss robots are coming to Shanghai

ABB is a Swedish-Swiss, Fortune 500 engineering company, the world’s largest manufacturer of electric grids, and a leading maker…

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A photo crying out for a caption, and the death of Peking University

There are two truisms about political events in China: You only know something really happened when the government denies it. When…

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Japan Inc. arrives in Beijing

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in Beijing today for a three-day state visit. On Tuesday, I…

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Cuffs, cattle prods, and Chinese textbooks in Xinjiang

Ben Dooley of Agence France-Presse has a new report on the internment camps in Xinjiang, which begins like…

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Shinzo Abe in Beijing: The most significant China-related event this fall?

In the last decade, the nadir of relations between China and Japan was August and September 2012, when

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