California man tells court he served as agent for Beijing

A former San Francisco Bay Area tour operator agreed yesterday to plead guilty to serving as an unregistered agent for China in exchange for a possible reduced prison sentence. Xuehua

Xinjiang papers The man behind the detention of one million Muslims

After bloody race riots rocked China’s far west a decade ago, the ruling Communist Party turned to a rare figure in their ranks to restore order: a Han Chinese official

Secret documents reveal how China mass detention camps work

The Chinese government has detained more than a million Uighurs, Kazakhs and other ethnic minorities for what it calls voluntary job training. But a newly revealed classified

Trade | Gov’t sets tougher guidelines to protect patents, copyrights

China issued new, tougher guidelines for protection of patents, copyrights and other intellectual property in a move that may be timed to help along halting

Gov’t says self-confessed spy defector is fraudster

China denied the explosive claims of a self-confessed spy seeking asylum in Australia, saying yesterday he is a convicted fraudster wanted by Shanghai police. The Nine Network newspapers reported that Chinese

US regulators bar gov’t telecom funds for Huawei, ZTE

U.S. communications regulators have cut off government funding for equipment from two Chinese companies, citing security threats. The Federal Communications Commission also proposed requiring companies that get government subsidies to rip

Beijing bats away rumors, says trade talks with US continue

China is working to resolve conflicts with Washington over trade, a Commerce Ministry official said yesterday, dismissing speculation the talks might be in trouble as inaccurate “rumors.” Ministry spokesman Gao Feng

Malaysia detains 680 in China-based online scam syndicate

Malaysia’s Immigration Department said yesterday it has broken up a China-based online investment scam syndicate with the arrest of 680 suspected Chinese citizens after storming a building where they were

Trump expected to sign Hong Kong bill despite China threats

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation passed by Congress supporting Hong Kong protesters, setting up a confrontation with China that could imperil a long-awaited trade deal between

Trade war | US, China to tie tariff relief to failed deal from May

The near-deal between the U.S. and China that fell apart six months ago is now being used as the benchmark to decide how much tariffs should be rolled back in

Ex-British Consulate staff says Chinese police tortured him

A former employee of the British Consulate in Hong Kong says he was detained and tortured by Chinese secret police trying to extract information about massive anti-government protests in the

Esper accuses China of intimidating smaller Asian nations

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper yesterday accused China of using coercion and intimidation against smaller Asian nations to impose its will in the South China Sea. He urged Vietnam and

Taiwan bid to lure firms from China paying off, gov’t says

Taiwan’s push for its companies to invest in advanced manufacturing at home after decades of focusing on China is helping off-set the effects of Beijing’s trade war with the U.S.,

US failing to stop China from stealing research, report says

The United States government has failed to stop China from stealing intellectual property from American universities and lacks a comprehensive strategy for dealing with the threat, a congressional report concluded

Education | US draws fewer new foreign students for 3rd straight year

The number of foreign students coming to U.S. colleges and universities continued to fall last year, according to a new report, but the Trump administration says the drop should be

Apple iPhone 11 scores early China success, official data shows

Chinese consumers are rediscovering their appetite for iPhones. Apple Inc. shipped 10 million iPhones in China during September and October, based on Bloomberg’s calculations from government data on overall and Android device shipments.

Gov’t lashes out at NY Times report on Xinjiang documents

China’s foreign ministry lashed out at The New York Times yesterday over its release of leaked documents portraying the inner workings of Beijing’s campaign to detain more

Beijing urges US to “stop flexing muscles” in South China Sea

China yesterday urged the U.S. military to “stop flexing muscles” in the disputed South China Sea, a point of persistent friction in a relationship both sides

Chinese students head to mainland, fleeing Hong Kong unrest

The mainland Chinese students arriving from Hong Kong huddled with their suitcases, waiting for a bus to take them to temporary accommodation in this city across the

Tiffany Li | Chinese real estate heiress who posted $35M bail acquitted of murder

A San Francisco Bay Area real estate heiress who was under house arrest on $35 million bail for more than two years plans to reconnect with her

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