Premier Li on charm offensive as rivals protest Beijing’s aggression at sea

In talks with Southeast Asian leaders yesterday in the Indonesian capital, Chinese Premier Li Qiang underscored his country’s importance as the world’s second-biggest economy and as the

Premier takes a test ride on Indonesia’s new high-speed railway

Chinese Premier Li Qiang took a test ride yesterday on Southeast Asia’s first high-speed railway, which connects two Indonesian cities as part of China’s Belt and Road

China touts the benefits of its ‘Belt and Road’ initiative to Italy, which may end the agreement

China's foreign minister is seeking to sell his Italian counterpart on the benefits of leader Xi Jinping’s signature “Belt and Road” initiative of Chinese-built and -funded infrastructure

Tsai begins visit to remaining ally Eswatini in southern Africa

Taiwan's leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday began a four- day trip to Eswatini, one of the island’s 13 remaining allies. Tsai, who is serving her last year

Despite Xi’s decision not to attend summit in India, bilateral ties are ‘generally stable’

Despite Chinese President Xi Jinping’s decision not to attend this week’s Group of 20 summit in India, Beijing says that relations between the two nuclear-armed Asian

Premier Li to represent China at summit in India during a period of soured bilateral relations

Chinese President Xi Jinping is apparently skipping this week’s Group of 20 summit in India as bilateral relations remain icy. Instead, Premier Li Qiang will represent China at the

Seoul’s spy agency says Russia has likely proposed N.Korea to join three-way drills with China

Russia has likely proposed that North Korea participate in three-way naval exercises with China, according to a lawmaker who attended a closed-door briefing with the director

Taiwan suspends work, transport and classes as island braces for arrival of Typhoon Haikui

Taiwan suspended flights, rail transport and ferry services along with classes, outdoor events, and officials urged workers to stay home as the island prepared for the arrival

Delegation of Australian ministers to visit China in further sign of improving ties

A delegation of Australian federal ministers will attend a high-level dialogue in Beijing this week in a further sign of a warming of relations after a years-

Aspiring Taiwan leader Terry Gou resigns from board of Apple supplier Foxconn

Aspiring Taiwanese leader Terry Gou has resigned from the board of Foxconn, the Apple supplier he founded nearly a half-century ago. The company, officially registered

US, Indonesia and five other nations hold war drills off Java coast

Soldiers from the U.S., Indonesia and five other nations began annual training exercises yesterday on Indonesia’s main island of Java while China’s increasing aggression is

Baidu makes AI chatbot Ernie Bot publicly available

Chinese search engine and artificial intelligence firm Baidu made its ChatGPT-equivalent language model fully available to the public yesterday, raising the company’s stock price by over

Germany-born pandas celebrate their fourth birthday ahead of expected trip to China

The first giant pandas born in Germany celebrated their fourth birthday yesterday as the Berlin Zoo prepares to send them to China, a journey that

India protests China’s land claim ahead of G20 summit President Xi is expected to attend

India is protesting a new Chinese map that lays claim to India’s territory ahead of next week’s Group of 20 summit in New Delhi, a foreign ministry

Britain’s top diplomat visits China for the first time in five years

Britain's top diplomat, James Cleverly, began a long-awaited visit to China yesterday as the two countries attempt to stabilize their ties that have frayed badly in

He Lifeng tells the US commerce secretary he’s ready to improve cooperation

The top Chinese official in charge of economic relations with Washington told Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo yesterday he was ready to “make new positive efforts” to improve

Britain’s foreign secretary visits China in an attempt to shore up ties, reduce tensions

Britain's top diplomat, James Cleverly, is set to visit China today, as the two countries attempt to shore up frayed ties. It will be the

Police arrest two men accused of foreign collusion over links with protest fund

Hong Kong police yesterday detained two men on suspicion of violating the city’s national security law through links with a now-defunct fund that aimed to help

US, China agree to discuss export controls as Raimondo visits to warm up chilly ties

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said she and her Chinese counterpart agreed yesterday to exchange information on U.S. export controls that frustrate Beijing and set up a group

Foxconn’s Terry Gou will seek top post as an independent

Terry Gou, who founded Apple supplier Foxconn, said yesterday he will run as an independent candidate in Taiwan’s main election, ending months of speculation. At a

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