Hong Kong watching Chinese nuclear plant after leak reported

China’s government said yesterday no abnormal radiation was detected outside a nuclear power plant near Hong Kong following a news report of a leak, while Hong Kong’s leader said her

China denounces NATO statement, defends defense policy

The Chinese mission to the European Union yesterday denounced a NATO statement that declared Beijing a “security challenge,” saying China is actually a force for peace but will defend itself

China, US diplomats clash over human rights, pandemic origin

Top U.S. and Chinese diplomats appear to have had another sharply worded exchange, with Beijing saying it told the U.S. to cease interfering in its internal affairs and accusing Washington

Japan says ties with Taiwan are only unofficial

Japan’s relations with Taiwan are nongovernmental and practical and are based on Tokyo’s recognition of China as the sole legitimate government, a top Japanese official said Friday, following Beijing’s protest

TikTok | Beijing says US revoking of Chinese apps ban a ‘positive step’

China’s Ministry of Commerce said yesterday that a U.S. move to revoke the Trump administration’s executive orders intended to ban apps like TikTok and WeChat was a “positive step,” amid

Testimony | Professor noted ties to China in reports

A University of Tennessee professor charged with hiding his relationship with a Chinese university to get research grants from a federal agency filed multiple reports with the school detailing his

Rocket on pad, China ready to send first crew to space station

The rocket that will send the first crew members to live on China’s new orbiting space station has been moved onto the launch pad ahead of its planned blastoff next

Australia says WTO should punish Chinese economic coercion

The World Trade Organization should penalize “bad behavior when it occurs,” Australia’s prime minister said yesterday ahead of a Group of Seven leaders’ meeting in Britain where he hopes to

Covid-19 | Over 800M doses of vaccines administered in mainland

More than 800 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in China as of Tuesday as the country steps up its inoculation drive. A total of 808.96 million doses of

China denounces US bill aimed at boosting competitiveness

Beijing has denounced a U.S. bill aimed at boosting U.S. technology to improve American competitiveness, calling it a thinly veiled attack on China’s political system and an attempt to hinder

Japan, Australia share Beijing concerns, raise defense ties

Foreign and defense ministers from Japan and Australia agreed yesterday to strengthen their security ties as China becomes more assertive in pressing its claims to contested areas in the Asia-Pacific

ASEAN Meeting | China pledges further Covid-19 aid to Southeast Asia

China yesterday pledged further assistance to Southeast Asian nations in battling the coronavirus pandemic as it seeks to boost influence with the region where the United States is also looking

China dispatches vaccine, syringe aid to 66 countries

China has completed dispatching COVID-19 vaccines and syringes to 66 countries and one international organization as of Sunday amid efforts to provide vaccine aid and strengthen international cooperation, the Ministry

Taiwan reports 219 COVID-19 cases, 22 deaths

Taiwan yesterday reported 219 cases of COVID-19, all of which were local infections, as well as 22 deaths from the disease, the island’s disease monitoring agency said. Of the new local

Xinhua Focus | Xi’s care for intangible cultural heritage bears fruit

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, has stressed developing more local specialty industries and achieving better development through innovation. Xi made the remarks on Monday

China defends Hungary university plan following protest

China defended a plan to build a university in Hungary, saying critics who protested against it in Budapest over the weekend shouldn’t politicize and stigmatize normal exchanges between the two

Cooperation | China hosts Southeast Asian ministers as it competes with US

China is hosting foreign ministers from 10 Southeast Asian nations this week amid heightened competition between Beijing and Washington for influence in the region. Chinese state media said the meeting today

Chinese foreign trade sustains upward momentum in Jan-May

China’s foreign trade maintained its upward momentum in the first five months of the year amid steady economic operation and external demand. The country’s total imports and exports expanded by 28.2%

Covid-19 | US senators promise vaccines for Taiwan amid China row

U.S. will give Taiwan 750,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, part of President Joe Biden’s move to share tens of millions of jabs globally, three American senators said yesterday, after the

June 4 | Microsoft says ‘tank man’ image blocking due to human error

Microsoft Corp. blamed “accidental human error” for its Bing search engine briefly not showing image results for the search term “tank man” on the anniversary of the bloody military crackdown

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