China tells foreign consulates to provide personal data of all local staff

China's Foreign Ministry has asked all foreign consulates in Hong Kong to provide the personal details of their locally employed staff, as Beijing tightens its control

Wang Yi heads to Russia after meeting with US national security adviser

China’s top diplomat is heading to Russia for security talks after two days of meetings with U.S. President Joe Biden’s national security adviser over the weekend in

PJ arrest three for suspected illegal currency exchange

During ‘Operation Thunder,’ the Judiciary Police (PJ) detained three people from the mainland suspected of engaging in illegal currency exchange activities. The three people were detained

PLA flies 103 military planes toward Taiwan in a new high in activity the island calls ‘harassment’

China’s military sent 103 warplanes toward Taiwan in a 24-hour period in what the island’s defense ministry called a recent new high. The planes were

Havana summit proves G77- China ties solid

The Group of 77 and China Summit, to be held in Havana, Cuba, on Friday and Saturday, is significant for several reasons. First, it will

Vice President Han Zheng to represent China at UN General Assembly session

China is sending Vice President Han Zheng to the U.N. General Assembly’s annual high-level debate, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said last week, suggesting that the

Chinese police detain wealth management Evergrande staff

Police in a southern Chinese city said they have detained some staff at China Evergrande Group's wealth management unit in the latest trouble for the heavily indebted developer. A statement by

Cambodia’s new PM Hun Manet visiting close ally China on his first official trip abroad

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Manet arrived in Beijing yesterday on his first official trip abroad since taking office last month. The visit is a demonstration of his

Beijing says EU probe into Chinese EVs exports, subsidies is protectionist

China's Commerce Ministry has protested a decision by the European Union to investigate exports of Chinese electric vehicles, saying yesterday that it is a “protectionist” act

‘Full-time children’ move back in with parents, take on chores as good jobs grow scarce

When she first moved to the Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen after graduating from college, Marguerite Wang imagined she would spend her career working hard in

Taiwan says Beijing is bolstering coastline military bases facing the island

China is continuously bolstering its military bases along the coastline facing Taiwan, the self-ruled island’s Defense Ministry said in a report yesterday, as Beijing steps up military

Seven people died in storms, 70 crocodiles are on the loose

Rainstorms battering southern China have killed at least seven people and allowed dozens of crocodiles to escape from a farm. Nearby residents were advised to

Chinese pangolins see continued recovery in the wild

Chinese pangolins have seen a steady recovery of their wild populations in recent years, with a marked improvement in their natural habitats, according to the National

Former CEO of Alibaba quits cloud business in surprise move during its leadership reshuffle

The former CEO of Alibaba, Daniel Zhang, resigned as head of its cloud computing unit yesterday in a surprise move as the Chinese e-commerce empire wraps up

Air China jet evacuated after engine fire sends smoke into cabin in Singapore, nine people injured

Nine passengers were injured after an engine fire sent smoke into the cabin of an Air China jetliner landing in Singapore, prompting an evacuation of the aircraft.

British PM Sunak chides Beijing after report that a Parliament staffer is a suspected Beijing spy

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak chastised China’s premier yesterday for “unacceptable” interference in British democracy, after a newspaper reported that a researcher in Parliament was arrested earlier

2 dead amid extreme rain and flash floods that also struck southern China

Heavy rain in Hong Kong and southern China overnight flooded city streets and some subway stations, with hundreds evacuated and two deaths reported in Hong Kong. Hong Kong authorities

Indonesia says China has pledged $21B in new investment to strengthen ties

Visiting Chinese Premier Li Qiang on Friday pledged $21.7 billion in new Chinese investment in Indonesia to strengthen the countries’ economic and political ties, an official said. Li

China sending delegation to N. Korea to celebrate its founding as nations foster their ties

A Chinese delegation led by Vice-Premier Liu Guozhong will visit North Korea to participate in celebrations for its 75th founding anniversary, which is tomorrow, the North’s state

Australia and China open their first high-level dialogue in three years

Australia and China opened their first high-level dialogue in three years yesterday in a sign of a slight thaw to relations between countries that have clashed

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