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Frank Fang is a Taiwan-based journalist. He covers US, China, and Taiwan news. He holds a master's degree in materials science from Tsinghua University in Taiwan.
China’s Top Macau Representative Dead After Falling From His Building
Macau's liaison office has long been associated with carrying out subversion campaigns in the former Portuguese colony.
October 21, 2018
South Korean Steelmakers Fear Influx of Cheap Chinese Steel
An increase in orders to South Korea's shipbuilders has the nation's steelmakers sounding the alarm about a recent ...
October 18, 2018
Chinese Regime Likely to Soon Hold Key Political Meeting to Address Country’s Economic Woes
Officials from the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are likely to hold a major political ...
October 17, 2018
Beijing Tightens Grip on Online Content
Crackdowns on online speech have increased following Beijing’s enactment of a cybersecurity law in June 2017.
October 17, 2018
Taiwan, South Korea Face Challenges From China’s Talent-Recruitment Agenda
As China’s overseas talent-recruitment programs come under close scrutiny in the United States, Taiwan is also raising the ...
October 15, 2018
Chinese Investment in Sierra Leone Comes Under Scrutiny
Beijing’s investment has led to its open interference in Sierra Leone’s politics: for the purpose of gaining access ...
October 14, 2018
Chinese Investments in European Ports Come Under Scrutiny
Europe is one of the regions that China has targeted for investment as part of its “One Belt, ...
October 11, 2018
Fraudulent Schemes Abound in China to Profit From High Demand for Apple Devices
While China is one of the most important markets for U.S. tech giant Apple, the country has long ...
China Business & Economy
October 10, 2018
South Korea and EU Raise Alarm on Alleged Chinese Cyber Espionage
South Korea is on alert after a recent Bloomberg report has revealed that Chinese “spy chips” have purportedly ...
October 9, 2018
China’s Timber Demand Is Destroying Forests in Russia and Zambia
China's One Belt, One Road investments into the timber industries in both countries—as well as rampant illegal logging—have ...
October 8, 2018
China’s New Cybersecurity Regulations Allow Unfettered Police Search, Inspections of Internet-Service Providers
Beijing is expanding its draconian measures to police the internet to include service providers and any company that ...
October 8, 2018
Taiwan’s Education Sector Is Under Siege by Beijing’s ‘United Front’
Unidentified officials from Taiwan’s National Security Bureau said that Beijing’s “united front” work has infiltrated schools at all ...
October 4, 2018
US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Targets China’s Bad Practices
The new trade deal between Canada, Mexico, and the United States has put China on notice about some ...
October 3, 2018
Thousands of Chinese Asylees in the US Might Be Deported for Immigration Fraud
About 13,500 immigrants who were granted asylum status in the United States before December 2012—most of them Chinese—are ...
October 2, 2018
Rail Cancellations in Xinjiang Province Boost Concerns About Fate of Imprisoned Uyghurs
The recent cancellations of train service in and out of the Xinjiang region are fueling conjecture about the ...
October 1, 2018
Japan’s Abe Highlights ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’ Strategy to Counter Beijing
While at the United Nations General Assembly session in New York, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe updated his ...
September 30, 2018
China Marks 40th Anniversary of Economic Changes With Increased State Interference in Businesses
Deng Xiaoping, the former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader, is synonymous with China’s economic reform policies that were ...
September 27, 2018
Jamaicans Publicly Question Chinese Investment and Influence
Jamaica’s open arms to Chinese investment in recent years has led many island residents to fret about possible ...
September 26, 2018
Trump Administration Issues New Cyber Strategy to Safeguard US Interests
The Trump administration is going on the offensive in cyberspace to deter adversaries from harming U.S. interests, according ...
September 25, 2018
Chinese Medicine Demand is Depleting Asian Elephant Population in Burma
Asian elephants in Burma are being poached at an alarming rate—all to meet soaringdemand for the animal's skin ...
September 24, 2018
Questions Linger in Hungary About Chinese Investments
Hungary’s efforts to bolster ties with Beijing in recent years has come under scrutiny from local politicians and ...
September 23, 2018
Ghana Officials Question China’s Ambitions in Bauxite Mining Plan
As part of Beijing’s ambitious development project, China is building infrastructure in Ghana in exchange for access to ...
September 20, 2018
European Companies Doing Business in China Cope With Many Barriers, Report Says
European companies face great hurdles while doing business in China that prevent the firms from operating “on a ...
September 19, 2018
Chinese 5G Telecommunications Equipment Rejected in India, South Korea
The next generation of wireless mobile communications technology—known as 5G—is considered key to revolutionizing many different industries: transportation, ...
September 18, 2018
Taiwan and Latin America Are Under Siege by Beijing’s Manipulated News
In China, media is heavily censored and published articles must toe the party line, and fake news pieces ...
September 17, 2018
Warning Signs Hint at Dangers of Chinese Investment in Ukraine
Ukraine and China have increased partnerships in recent years, as the former is badly in need of cash ...
September 16, 2018
EU Passes Resolution Defending Taiwan Against China Threats
Taiwan’s diplomatic relations with the European Union got a boost on Sept. 12 when the European Parliament passed ...
September 13, 2018
Biden Admin Launches Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights
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Texas Father Fears Custody Ruling Could Mean Chemical Castration for 10-Year-Old Son
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Planned Parenthood Changes Webpage on Pregnancy After Stacey Abrams Claims Young Fetus Has No Heartbeat
Xi’s Absence From Public Eye Ahead of Third Term Bid Sets Rumors Flying
Judge: Warrants to Search Homes of LA County Supervisor, Metro Properly Obtained
Many Vaccinated Youth Who Suffered Heart Inflammation Had Abnormal MRI Results Months Later: CDC Study