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How Did An Incomplete Soviet Aircraft Carrier Become China's First Carrier?

Sebastien Roblin China, East Asia The story of how China got that ship in the first place may as well be a comedy—because the carrier was actually a rogue acquisition for the Chinese military against the wishes of the government in...
Related topics: China, Military

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Tech Ceos Are Savagely Mocking Wework's Chief Exec For Saying The 'least Engaged' Employees Enjoy...

A WeWork office in Beijing. Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images WeWork's Sandeep Mathrani said that only the "least engaged" workers want to stay at home. It's inspired taunting from Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi and Box's Aaron...
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Chinese Stocks Tumble After Beijing Vows To Crack Down On Surging Commodity Prices

Chinese Stocks Tumble After Beijing Vows To Crack Down On Surging Commodity Prices With tech stocks tumbling in the past week amid surging inflation fears, at least the commodity sector appears safe from the global reflationary risk-off...
Related topics: China, Inflation

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Beijing Lies Again About The Communist Party’s Atrocities During U.n. Event

Wherever China goes in the world now, condemnation of its genocide and crimes against humanity in Xinjiang must follow.
Related topics: China, Xinjiang

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China, Beware: Meet Taiwan's Aircraft Carrier Killer Corvette

Peter Suciu Corvettes, Asia Will Beijing will see the corvettes as an actual threat? Here's What You Need to Know: Taiwan is expected to receive a total of eleven of the stealthy carrier killer corvettes over the next five years. (This article...
Related topics: China, Taiwan

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Using Clubhouse To Counter Beijing-imposed Amnesia: An Interview With Ai Weiwei

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei uses Clubhouse to pay tribute to young earthquake victimsScreenshot from  Ai Weiwei's YouTube video channel from his documentary “深表遗憾” [So sorry] about the May 12, 2008 Sichuan earthquake.Thirteen...
Related topics: China, Earthquakes, World Videos, Documentaries

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Meituan’s Ceo Is In The Hot Seat Over A Classical Chinese Poem About Book Burning

Jack Ma learned the hard way, and paid a hefty price for speaking out when Beijing suspended his Ant Group’s monster IPO following his criticism of regulators. Now, another prominent Chinese tech executive is having a hard time after posting and...
Related topics: China, Initial Public Offering

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Biden Gives Beijing Reason To Dump More Treasuries

Biden Gives Beijing Reason To Dump More Treasuries By Ye Xie, Bloomberg reporter and Market Live commentator Three things we learned last week: 1. The U.S.-China relationship remains tense. For anyone who expects an improvement in...
Related topics: Joe Biden, China, Bloomberg

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China's Red Cross Society To Send $1 Million To India Amid Covid-19 Surge

BEIJING (Sputnik) - The Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) will transfer $1 million to its Indian counterpart to support the organization's efforts in fighting the raging COVID-19 pandemic in the country, China's ambassador to India, Sun Weidong,...
Related topics: China, India

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Hunter Biden’s Beijing Honey Trap

Remember when the media spent three years chasing the “Russian collusion” narrative and then Democrats impeached President Trump because of what he said in a phone call with the president of Ukraine? If they were really serious about...
Related topics: Joe Biden, China, Ukraine

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Uyghur Editors’ Family Members Charge Chinese Documentary Misrepresents Them

Family members of former Uyghur textbook editors accused of incorporating ethnically charged and separatist views into classroom literature say a recent documentary on the topic produced and broadcast by a pro-Beijing media company grossly...
Related topics: Documentaries, China

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Us Calls On Hong Kong To Release Tiananmen Vigil Activists

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for the release Friday of four Hong Kong democracy activists who were jailed for taking part in a vigil for victims of Beijing's 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. "The United States stands with the people...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Activism, China

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China Seen Increasing Control In Disputed Asian Sea With Revised Maritime Law

Analysts are raising concerns that a Chinese update to its maritime traffic law will help Beijing tighten control over disputed Asian seas by legalizing interception of foreign vessels and authorizing fines against their operators. The standing...
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Chinese Snipers Are No Joke

Charlie Gao Security, Asia While China was once in lockstep with the Soviets in terms of sniper technology, Beijing has since developed its own uniquely deadly weapons.  Here's What You Need to Remember: While the Type 88 and Type 85 are the...
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Trio Of Nations May Counter Beijing's Vaccine Offer To India

As India sets new daily records in COVID-19 deaths and infections, some experts see the humanitarian crisis as an opportunity for other nations to counter China's vaccine diplomacy elsewhere.Three of the nations that make up the Quad — U.S.,...
Related topics: China, India, Australia

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Beijing Cracks Down On Ant Group's Popular "mutual Aid" Service

Beijing Cracks Down On Ant Group's Popular "Mutual Aid" Service Beijing's crackdown on its tech giants is threatening a critical mutual aid service that millions of Chinese citizens have used to bail themselves out of a tough situation...
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Hong Kong Pro-democracy Activist Sentenced To 10 More Months In Prison

Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been sentenced to 10 additional months in prison for taking part in an unauthorized assembly last year to commemorate the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in Beijing’s...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Activism, China

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China's Africa Outreach Poses Growing Threat, Us General Warns

The top U.S general for Africa is warning that a growing threat from China may come not just from the waters of the Pacific but from the Atlantic as well. U.S. Gen. Stephen Townsend, in an interview with The Associated Press, said Beijing is looking...
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The Taiwan War Paradox

The ominous drumbeat around Taiwan grows louder with every passing month. China clearly covets Taiwan, having long made reunification the cornerstone of its foreign policy. Beijing has also grown more and more confident in its ability to take the...
Related topics: Taiwan, China

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Robo-taxis Hit The Streets Of Beijing – Albeit A Small Fleet In A Geo-fenced Suburb

Code for the Baidu Apollo brains of the service is yours for the taking on GitHub, too Chinese web giant Baidu has commenced operations of actual autonomous taxis on the streets of Beijing.…
Related topics: China, Baidu (BIDU), Github

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