Saturday, July 25, 2015
The cause of human rights in mainland China is attracting glamour to the U.S. Congress. Last week, Richard Gere. This week, a contender for Miss World.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
YANGON - Beijing on Thursday expressed concern after Myanmar handed long jail sentences to more than 150 Chinese nationals for illegal logging, in the latest tremor to shake relations between the neighbours.
Police handed Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei his passport on Wednesday four years after it was confiscated, he told AFP, hailing the move with a smiley emoticon.
A man who lives in China was arrested in Hawaii for allegedly arranging to buy six pairs of military-grade night vision goggles from an undercover federal agent and trying to export them to his home country, court documents show.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The Chinese Communist Party's expulsion of a former top aide to ex-President Hu Jintao for corruption is a political move reinforcing Xi Jinping's power, analysts said Tuesday.
Foreign investment into China rose 8.0 percent in the first half of this year as mergers and acquisitions by overseas companies more than quadrupled in value, the commerce ministry said Tuesday.
Monday, July 20, 2015
In a move likely to irk mainland China, the new U.S. commander of the Pacific Fleet joined a seven-hour surveillance flight over the disputed South China Sea over the weekend on board one of America's newest spy planes.
The People's Republic of China (PRC) has arrested a member of its mostly Muslim Uighur ethnic minority who planned a bomb attack after returning from a training camp in Syria, state media said Monday.
A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer has "confessed guilt" a week after being detained in a major crackdown on legal activists, state media said.
The People's Republic of China's (PRC) record on nuclear proliferation is facing congressional criticism as the Obama administration seeks renewal of a 30-year agreement that enables American involvement in the PRC's fast-growing atomic energy industry.