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To Push China on Media Freedom, US Should Try WTO
A US scholar has suggested that America use the World Trade Organization to push China on media freedom.
February 9, 2014
Water in Beijing Scarce, and Getting Scarcer
Beijing has a water shortage worse than North Africa, and no remedy is in sight.
February 6, 2014
China’s Biggest Gas Company Watering Down Its Fuel
China National Petroleum Corporation, the largest petroleum company in China, is selling gas with 40 times the acceptable ...
February 2, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Mining the Moon: Plans Taking Off, but Rules Lacking
Private companies are planning to mine the moon for minerals, and its resources including rare earth minerals and ...
January 29, 2014
Old Colleagues Grill Max Baucus, Nominee for Ambassador to China
Veteran Senator Max Baucus faced former colleagues for his confirmation hearing to become U.S. Ambassador to the PRC ...
January 28, 2014
China’s Provincial Officials Inflate GDP Figures
China’s local governments are reporting high economic growth data, incredulously surpassing national figures.
January 27, 2014
Book Review: ‘Tiger Woman on Wall Street’
Junheng Li's analysis in “Tiger Woman on Wall Street” goes far deeper than the hyped-up image of Chinese ...
January 24, 2014
US Judge Slaps Ban on Big 4 Auditors Operating in China
A running battle between securities regulators in the United States and China has ended with a ban on ...
January 23, 2014
Hong Kong Newspaper Punished for Its Political Stance, Says Publisher
Mainland Chinese companies have stopped advertising in Hong Kong’s free daily newspaper am730 for political reasons, the paper’s ...
January 22, 2014
In Global Trade, China Plays by Its Own Rules
On Nov. 10, 2001, the Word Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference approved China’s accession to the WTO. In ...
January 21, 2014
Heide B. Malhotra
Thinking of Buying a Counterfeit Bag? After Reading This, You Will Think Twice
The approach to solving the international crime of counterfeiting was, until recently, based around trying to negotiate with ...
January 16, 2014
China Builds Rare Earth Mineral Monopoly Amid Growing Competition
Chinese authorities recently approved a plan to consolidate its rare earth mineral industry under six state-run corporations, in ...
January 8, 2014
Chinese Investors Snatch Up Overseas Assets Through Hong Kong
Large numbers of tycoons and real estate companies in mainland China have been buying overseas properties at an ...
January 8, 2014
US Called to Rescue Chinese Ship Trapped in Antarctic
China’s Xue Long, or “Ice Dragon,” research icebreaker is stuck in Antarctic ice, after attempting to rescue the ...
January 5, 2014
China’s Bigwigs Investigated in US, Fake Currency Deals Questioned
It is no secret at all that China's state wealth and national resources are controlled by a few ...
January 4, 2014
Top 20 Stories of 2013 — No. 2: Chinese Economy at Crossroads
This year wasn’t a step forward for the Chinese economy, but there are plenty of things cooking for ...
December 31, 2013
China’s Inflation Stays High
China’s consumer price index in November showed a 3 percent year on year increase, according to the National ...
December 15, 2013
Banks Slow Mortgage Lending in 17 Chinese Cities
Mortgages are harder to come by in China, a sign, experts say, that bankers are recognizing the risk ...
December 2, 2013
Is Your Iron Spying on You?
A device as simple as a tea kettle may be fitted with a chip designed to compromise nearby ...
November 21, 2013
More Chinese Executives in Prison Than Mexican Drug Lords
Business Commentary Since the demise of the Cali and Medellín cartels in Colombia in the 1990s, Mexican drug ...
November 20, 2013
NATO Shuns Turkey’s Chinese Missiles Over Security Concerns
Turkey may be backing off its decision to buy its missile defense systems from China, after getting strong ...
November 13, 2013
Chinese Businessmen Take Their Money and Run
With the recent killing and arrests of wealthy entrepreneurs, the third wave of mass migration begins as they ...
November 9, 2013
Chinese Internet Mogul Moving to Hong Kong
The founder of Chinese Interent giant Alibaba, Ma Yun, shocked the Chinese people by announcing that he wants ...
November 6, 2013
Wealthy Chinese Go on a Global Property-Buying Spree
Those in China with money are, in increasing numbers, emigrating and buying property abroad.
November 5, 2013
Chinese Spies Use Conferences to Find Targets
Experts in security and counterintelligence say Chinese spies are targeting conferences and trade shows for espionage. The high-level ...
October 31, 2013
Apple’s New Map Software Calls Taiwan a Province of China
One aspect of Apple’s new operating system may not receive a warm welcome in Taiwan, after the inbuilt ...
October 30, 2013
Hong Kong Television Network Chairman Cries Foul at License Denial
The decision not to license Hong Kong TV Network has sparked outrage, with talk of political motives, declining ...
October 24, 2013
Biden Reiterates Support for Israel’s Right to Defend Itself From Hamas Missile Attacks
Taiwan Says Hong Kong Tycoon Asset Freeze a Warning to Global Investors
COVID-19 Surges in Northeast and South China, International Events Postponed
Former Trump Administration Official Casey Wardynski Announces Campaign for Congress
Fuel Shortages Ease as Colonial Pipeline Has Resumed ‘Normal Operations’
Democrat Seeks to Censure Three GOP Congress Members Who ‘Dangerously Mischaracterized’ Jan. 6
Unused Trailers for Homeless Sit Empty in LA
McKissick Defeats Pro-Trump Lawyer Lin Wood in Race for Head of South Carolina GOP
Chinese Mother of Man Imprisoned, Tortured Over Posts About Chinese Leader’s Daughter Fears for Her Own Safety
Israel Bombs Home of Top Hamas Leader