Trial delayed for Mar-a-Lago trespassing trial

A  federal judge delayed the trial of a Chinese woman charged with trespassing at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club and lying to Secret Service agents after accusing

Xi gets tougher on Trump after new tariff threat

Facing another U.S. tariff hike, Chinese President Xi Jinping is getting tougher with Washington instead of backing down. Beijing fired what economists called a “warning

Chinese state-run firm tells employees to stop flying Cathay

A Chinese state-run company told employees to avoid flying Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., according to people familiar with the matter, widening the fallout for Hong Kong’s dominant

Huawei’s founder wants an ‘invincible iron army’ to fight US

Huawei Technologies Co.’s billionaire founder intends to kick off a three- to five-year overhaul of the networking giant, creating an “iron army” that can help it

Trump is making Xi’s superpower 2050 plan tougher by the day

Even before the trade war, Xi Jinping’s plan to turn China into one of the world’s most advanced economies by 2050 was ambitious. His grand vision

Slain Chinese scholar’s dad says her body may never be found

The father of a slain Chinese scholar who begged his daughter’s killer to reveal what he did with her remains said Wednesday that after learning

Beijing rebukes Aussie lawmaker for warning of China threat

China has rebuked an Australian government lawmaker for saying that it threatens to diminish Australia’s sovereignty and freedoms. Conservative Liberal Party lawmaker Andrew Hastie drew

Trump should court China reformers, ex-Obama official Russel says

The U.S. would stand a better chance of tempering growing trade tensions with China if it tapped forces there who are pushing for economic reform,

Tourism | Let down by China, Mauritius turns to Saudi Arabia for growth

Let down by falling numbers of Chinese visitors and fretting about Brexit, the tourism industry of Mauritius is turning to an unexpected savior: Saudi Arabia. While surging numbers of Chinese visitors

China warship collision led to standoff, freighter captain says

The Taiwanese coast guard intervened to end an hour-long standoff between a freighter and an unidentified Chinese warship after the two vessels collided in the contested Taiwan Strait last week. The

Gov’t bans movies, actors from prominent Taiwan film awards

China said yesterday that it was banning Chinese movies and actors from participating in Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards, one of the Asian film industry’s most prestigious honors, as Beijing ramps

Yuan weakens after signs of stability calm markets

China’s currency weakened again yesterday after hopes among financial traders that its decline was stabilizing helped to calm jittery global markets. The yuan edged down to 7.0488 to the U.S. dollar,

China vows to counter US deployment of midrange arms in Asia

China said yesterday that it “will not stand idly by” and will take countermeasures if the U.S. deploys intermediate-range missiles in the Asia-Pacific region, which Washington has

Yuan falls further amid trade war fears

China allowed its currency to fall further yesterday and accused Washington of destroying the global economic order, fueling fears about increasing damage from their trade

US against China’s destabilizing behavior, Esper says

Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said the U.S. is firmly against China’s “destabilizing” behavior in the Indo-Pacific region and won’t stand by while one country reshapes the area, continuing a

State media berates US for ‘reneging’ on trade promises

Chinese state media has issued a flood of criticism in recent days at President Donald Trump’s surprise escalation of tariffs, even raising the prospect that Beijing may consider cutting off

Tariff war | Beijing takes on Trump by weakening Yuan, halting crop imports

China responded to President Donald Trump’s tariff threat with another escalation of the trade war yesterday, letting the yuan tumble to the weakest level in more than a decade and asking

Trump lauded by Global Times for adopting China rhetoric

President Donald Trump labeled recent protests in Hong Kong as “riots,” adopting the language used by Chinese authorities and suggesting the U.S. would stay out of

Trump says things going ‘well’ with China after new tariff shock

President Donald Trump said “things are going along very well with China,” two days after his move to threaten tariffs on hundreds of millions of dollars in

Family told dead scholar’s body may be in landfill

The family of a visiting Chinese scholar whose body was never recovered after a former University of Illinois doctoral student kidnapped and killed her has been

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