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Facing Global Outcry, China Decides Not To Legalize Rhino Horn And Tiger Bone
A senior Chinese cabinet official said that last month’s order to partially lift a 25-year ban on the two animal products had been “postponed after study.”
China's State-Run News Unveils Deeply Creepy New AI Anchor
Both impressively realistic and yet unsettlingly soulless.
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Ivanka Trump Set To Gain 16 New Trademarks In China, Including For Voting Machines
The president's daughter and senior adviser nears a deal that raises more questions about how the Trumps mix private business with White House work.
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U.S. Trade Deficit With China Hits All-Time High Despite Tariffs
The gap is expected to grow even more despite penalties on billions of dollars of Chinese goods.
China Just Legalized Rhino Horn And Tiger Bone For Medical Use, Reversing 25-Year Ban
The Chinese government has “signed a death warrant for imperiled rhinos and tigers in the wild," environmentalists warned.
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Knife-Wielding Woman Injures 14 Children In China School Attack
The attacker, a 39-year-old woman, was taken in custody and no motive for the assault was released.
China Trolls Trump Over Report It's Hacked His iPhone
Russian and Chinese spies reportedly listen in on the president's phone calls regularly.
Trump Uses Unsecured iPhone Even Though China, Russia Are Listening In: Report
Several insiders told The New York Times that the president is well aware of this habit's risks.
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China Greenlights 'Crazy Rich Asians' Release, But It Might Not Shine At The Box Office
The hit romantic comedy, a landmark for Asian representation in the U.S., won't be a surefire hit in the world's second-biggest market for moviegoers.
Son Of Pastor Still Detained In China Hopes Dad Won't Be 'Forgotten'
After Andrew Brunson's release from detention in Turkey, Ben Cao is hoping Trump will also speak up for his imprisoned dad, Rev. John Cao.
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'Crazy Rich Asians' Finally Scheduled For Release In China
The Hollywood blockbuster is slated to hit the country’s theaters on Nov. 30.
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China Says Internment Camps Are 'Free Vocational Training'
By Yanan Wang, AP
An official government report laid out its aims to assimilate Muslim ethnic minorities and root out extremism.
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China Says 'Unaware' Of Alleged Threats Against Ex-Interpol President's Wife
Meng Hongwei's wife says she received a threatening phone call from a man speaking Chinese one week after her husband went missing.
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China Says Detained Former Interpol Chief Accused Of Bribery
Meng Hongwei is the latest high-ranking official to fall victim to a sweeping crackdown by the ruling Communist Party on perceived disloyalty.
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Interpol President Resigns Amid Chinese Corruption Investigation
Meng Hongwei stepped down as head of the international police agency days after his wife reported him missing.
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President Of Interpol Reported Missing
Meng Hongwei hasn't been seen since he traveled to China late last month, his wife told police.
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Key U.S. Allies Are Sending People To China's Secret Muslim Internment Camps
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The U.S. finally wants to pressure China to close the camps. Its allies have other ideas.
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Activists, Legislators Fear Bill Could Lead To Profiling Of Chinese Students
“It is irresponsible to categorize an entire country of people en masse as spies,” said Rep. Judy Chu.
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Chinese Kindergarten Teacher Says He Was Fired For Being Gay
By Christian Shepherd, Reuters
The teacher says he hopes his case will push forward Chinese society to be "more balanced and accepting.”
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Trump Politicized The Only U.S. Atom-Smashing Lab’s Funding. China Opened Its Wallet.
Alexander C. Kaufman
Once the unrivaled leader in cutting-edge research, the United States now risks ceding breakthroughs in batteries and cancer treatment to other countries.
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China Won't Allow U.S. Navy Ship To Dock In Hong Kong Amid Escalating Trade Conflict
By Greg Torode and Ben Blanchard, Reuters
The assault ship Wasp had been due to make a port call in Hong Kong next month.
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China Treats Uighur Kids As ‘Orphans’ After Parents Seized
By Yanan Wang and Dake Kang, Associated Press
“It’s like my kids are in jail. My four children are separated from me and living like orphans.”
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Alibaba Backpedals On Promise To Bring 1 Million Jobs To U.S., Blames Trump Tariff War
Company chairman Jack Ma said the commitment had been predicated on a “friendly U.S.-China partnership."
Dua Lipa 'Horrified' After Fans Kicked Out Of Concert In China
Some concertgoers claim staff removed people waving LGBTQ flags at the Shanghai show.
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Prince William's Japanese And Chinese Food Mixup Is Truly Cringeworthy
The Duke of Cambridge quickly corrected himself.
At Least 11 Dead, Dozens Injured After Driver Rammed Car Into Crowded Square In China
The 54-year-old driver then attacked pedestrians with a spade and knife, police said.
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