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Experts doubt Chinese chip-hacking story

Last week, Bloomberg Businessweek wrote a bombshell report alleging that U.S. federal investigators had…

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Day one of decoupling? The uneasy future of U.S.-China relations

We have been counting the days of the U.S.-China trade war with July 6 as day…

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Fan Bingbing says sorry, thanks the Party

When Xinhua News Agency publishes an article comprising a single sentence, it usually means there is big…

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China’s biggest private education company buys an English school

Bright Scholar Education Holdings (博实乐教育控 bóshílè jiàoyù) was founded in Foshan, Guangdong Province, in 1994, and

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Do not doubt state-owned enterprises!

This is a brief summary of only the top stories on Chinese central state media today. Would you like…

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Pope defends deal with Beijing

Is the Pope a dope, or just a pragmatist? “Pope Francis on Tuesday defended a landmark deal between the…

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Is China losing the world?

Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese studies and director of the Lau China Institute at King’s College, London,

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Tech stocks up, tech stocks down

Recently listed food-delivery-and-everything-else company Meituan Dianping, electric-car startup Nio, and news aggregator Qutoutiao are all “now trading well above their…

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Xi Jinping and the Party are stronger than you think

UPDATE 9/25/18: Deng Yuwen’s essay has been translated into English by China Matters. Read it here. Deng Yuwen 邓聿文…

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Chinese state media now considered foreign agents in U.S.

The Wall Street Journal reports (paywall) that the American…

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Venezuela to get another $5 billion from China

The Twitter bio of Nicolas Maduro reads: “President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Son of Chávez. Building the…

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Xi eats caviar, downs vodka with Putin, and smiles at Abe

One view among China-watchers is that Beijing was unprepared for the change in mood in Washington, D.C. Xi Jinping…

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Beijing dismisses reports of enormous abuses in Xinjiang

As we noted in our Access newsletter yesterday (paywall), several events coincided over the weekend and on Monday…

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The shark sucker of the South China Sea, and other tales

Three small stories from around the world illustrate the discomfort — to China and everyone else on the planet…

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JD stocks plummet as police report shows rape allegations

“New revelations Wednesday that Minnesota police arrested Chinese billionaire Richard…

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