Gov’t has a new plan for PRP industry: small-time lending

It was once a roughly $150 billion industry - an innovative marketplace where individuals could lend to each other. But after years of fraud, defaults and few investor safeguards, China’s

Minister issues stinging rebuke of US at Beijing defense forum

China’s defense minister lashed out at U.S. foreign policy yesterday, saying China wasn’t fazed by sanctions, pressure or a “big stick” approach, while reiterating threats

Taiwan-Hong Kong spat raises doubts about murder suspect’s surrender

The man at the center of a Taiwan murder case that sparked months of violent protests in Hong Kong wants to turn himself in. But first

American ambassador defends rules for Chinese diplomats

The U.S. ambassador to China defended plans to require Beijing’s diplomats to report contacts with some Americans and said yesterday that Washington is considering additional rules

Surveillance giant warns of client losses after US curbs

Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. warned it may lose customers in overseas markets because of its U.S. blacklisting, underscoring the extent to which curbs on the sale of American technology

Gov’t calls for tech collaboration while criticizing US action

A senior Chinese official called for governments around the world to work more closely together to regulate emerging technologies, while taking a veiled swipe at the U.S. for undermining collaboration. “The

Liu confirms phase one of US trade deal is in progress

China’s top trade negotiator offered positive signals that talks with the U.S. are making progress and both sides are working toward a partial trade deal. “China and the U.S. have made

Philippines blasts DreamWorks’ film ‘Abominable’ over China map

The animated movie “Abominable” from DreamWorks Animation has landed in controversy in Southeast Asia after the film featured a map of China showing the Asian

Gov’t detains two US citizens who ran teaching program

China said yesterday it detained two U.S. citizens on suspicion of organizing others to illegally cross the border, amid sharpening tensions between the sides over trade,

Dior apologizes to China over map excluding Taiwan

Christian Dior SE became the latest company to face a backlash in China over political sensitivities, after making a presentation at a university that included a map of the country

Chinese snooping tech spreads to nations vulnerable to abuse

When hundreds of video cameras with the power to identify and track individuals started appearing in the streets of Belgrade as part of a major surveillance

The Art of Giving | Modern Philanthropy: is Macau giving?

Modern philanthropy has its roots in the ancient world, where philanthropic practices were at the core of early social and belief structures. In the oriental world,

Apple criticized for sending browsing data to Tencent

Apple Inc. came under fire on Monday for sending web browsing data, including IP addresses, to China’s Tencent Holdings Ltd., the latest criticism of how the

Vietnam takes ‘serious’ objection to animated movie ‘Abominable’

Less than a week after politics eclipsed the NBA’s exhibition games in China, an animated movie became the target of Vietnam’s ire over disputed waters of

Trade | Gov’t tempers hopes about US tariff truce

A truce in a U.S.-Chinese tariff war and Beijing’s promises to open more of its state-dominated economy are raising investor hopes. But Beijing is trying to

China-US | ‘Fundamental agreement’ reached on trade, Mnuchin says

The U.S. and China made a “fundamental agreement” on several trade issues last week though there are still many details to be worked out and documented, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin

Trade with US shrinks again in September

China’s trade with the United States fell by double digits again in September amid a tariff war that threatens to tip the global economy into recession. Exports to the United States,

Diplomacy | Modi tells Xi relations are stable, differences manageable

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday that relations between their countries have attained stability and momentum in the past

Gov’t, Nepal sign deals for connectivity, security and trade

Nepal and China signed 20 agreements yesterday including one on a trans-Himalayan railway, as Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up a two-day visit to the

Tsai Ing-wen says Hong Kong unrest shows China ‘failure’

Taiwan’s president said unrest in Hong Kong showed Beijing’s “failure” in governing the city and vowed to defend her island’s sovereignty. President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to fight for Taiwan’s survival in

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