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Amid tensions with China, Taiwan showcases advanced US-made fighter jets

Taiwan loaded the F-16V fighter jet with anti-ship missiles at an airbase in eastern Hualien county as six advanced jets took off for night reconnaissance.

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Yuan Wang 5: China's 'Scientific Spy' in Sri Lanka; What all can it possibly do? 

The Yuan Wang 5, with a displacement of more than 25,000 tons, could possess a host of powerful radars, antennae, sensors, and related technologies that could be used for both civilian and…

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Watch | India monitoring China's 'spy ship' docked in Sri Lanka: Foreign minister Jaishankar

India foreign minister said its country is closely monitoring development concerning a Chinese navy ship docked in Sri Lanka.
 

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300 TikTok, ByteDance employees worked for China's propaganda machinery: Report 

Forbes investigated LinkedIn profiles and discovered strong links between TikTok's parent firm, ByteDance, and the Chinese government's propaganda arm, which has made significant investments in…

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As India skips mention of 'One China,' Beijing hopes for open reiteration; Taiwan says in touch with Delhi

In South Asia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan's Taliban regime have reaffirmed the policy by issuing a statement or a comment. The policy basically means Taiwan is part of…

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Chinese tech in IoT raises concern; British lawmakers seek ban on Hikvision, Dahua

British lawmakers have sought to ban sales of CCTV supplied by China's Hikvision and Dahua over surveillance capabilities which include facial recognition, person tracking and gender…

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PLA's new agenda: Drone operation & tech skills; age limit relaxed for recruitment drive

Last week, China released a 'white paper' on Taiwan in which the Xi Jinping regime said it would "not renounce the use of force" against the island nation.

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US military ‘rewriting’ nuclear deterrence, says STRATCOM chief amid China, Russia threat

STRATCOM chief Navy admiral Chas Richard said Russia has been displaying both ‘implicit and explicit nuclear coercion’ since the Ukraine war.

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Xi Jinping's visit to Saudi Arabia: Chinese foreign ministry says no information to offer

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said on Thursday that he had no information to offer at the moment when asked to comment on a media report that President Xi Jinping will visit Saudi Arabia…

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After Chinese military exercise, Taiwan conducts live-fire drills with howitzers

The latest drills by Taiwan were conducted in Pingtung county even as the army looked to play it down, asserting that it was scheduled and was not part of reaction to China’s war games.

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China's 'whitepaper' on Taiwan: 'Reunification' and 'respond with the use of force'

In the 'whitepaper', the Xi regime asserted that China's complete reunification is "indispensable" for the realisation of China's rejuvenation

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China property crisis forcing families to live in unfinished, dangerous flats

Over the past two years, China's real estate market has experienced a significant decline, mostly as a result of legislative restrictions on financing and the effects of the epidemic.

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Will not sit idle, says China as Pelosi arrives in Taiwan

Chinese vice foreign minister Xie Feng threatened that the "US shall pay the price for its own mistakes" and urged the Biden administration to "undo the adverse effects caused by Pelosi's visit to…

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'Those who play with fire will perish by it': Xi Jinping warns Joe Biden over Taiwan

Not allowing any room for 'Taiwan independence' forces, Xi said China firmly opposes separatist moves toward it

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Natural disasters cost China $13.13 billion in 2022 so far: Report

The Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China has more than 3.75 million citizens who have been impacted by floods and heavy rainfall, according to local authorities. Floods in Jiangxi…

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Chinese officials swabbing fish mouths, underside of crabs for Covid: Report

Authorities in the southeastern Fujian province coastal city of Xiamen are testing not only fishers but also their catch for the virus on a daily basis. The practise has sparked debate and…

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Amid tensions with China, Taiwan showcases advanced US-made fighter jets

Taiwan loaded the F-16V fighter jet with anti-ship missiles at an airbase in eastern Hualien county as six advanced jets took off for night reconnaissance.

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Yuan Wang 5: China's 'Scientific Spy' in Sri Lanka; What all can it possibly do? 

The Yuan Wang 5, with a displacement of more than 25,000 tons, could possess a host of powerful radars, antennae, sensors, and related technologies that could be used for both civilian and…

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Watch | India monitoring China's 'spy ship' docked in Sri Lanka: Foreign minister Jaishankar

India foreign minister said its country is closely monitoring development concerning a Chinese navy ship docked in Sri Lanka.
 

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300 TikTok, ByteDance employees worked for China's propaganda machinery: Report 

Forbes investigated LinkedIn profiles and discovered strong links between TikTok's parent firm, ByteDance, and the Chinese government's propaganda arm, which has made significant investments in…

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As India skips mention of 'One China,' Beijing hopes for open reiteration; Taiwan says in touch with Delhi

In South Asia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan's Taliban regime have reaffirmed the policy by issuing a statement or a comment. The policy basically means Taiwan is part of…

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Chinese tech in IoT raises concern; British lawmakers seek ban on Hikvision, Dahua

British lawmakers have sought to ban sales of CCTV supplied by China's Hikvision and Dahua over surveillance capabilities which include facial recognition, person tracking and gender…

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PLA's new agenda: Drone operation & tech skills; age limit relaxed for recruitment drive

Last week, China released a 'white paper' on Taiwan in which the Xi Jinping regime said it would "not renounce the use of force" against the island nation.

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US military ‘rewriting’ nuclear deterrence, says STRATCOM chief amid China, Russia threat

STRATCOM chief Navy admiral Chas Richard said Russia has been displaying both ‘implicit and explicit nuclear coercion’ since the Ukraine war.

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Xi Jinping's visit to Saudi Arabia: Chinese foreign ministry says no information to offer

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said on Thursday that he had no information to offer at the moment when asked to comment on a media report that President Xi Jinping will visit Saudi Arabia…

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After Chinese military exercise, Taiwan conducts live-fire drills with howitzers

The latest drills by Taiwan were conducted in Pingtung county even as the army looked to play it down, asserting that it was scheduled and was not part of reaction to China’s war games.

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China's 'whitepaper' on Taiwan: 'Reunification' and 'respond with the use of force'

In the 'whitepaper', the Xi regime asserted that China's complete reunification is "indispensable" for the realisation of China's rejuvenation

Read Article

China property crisis forcing families to live in unfinished, dangerous flats

Over the past two years, China's real estate market has experienced a significant decline, mostly as a result of legislative restrictions on financing and the effects of the epidemic.

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Will not sit idle, says China as Pelosi arrives in Taiwan

Chinese vice foreign minister Xie Feng threatened that the "US shall pay the price for its own mistakes" and urged the Biden administration to "undo the adverse effects caused by Pelosi's visit to…

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'Those who play with fire will perish by it': Xi Jinping warns Joe Biden over Taiwan

Not allowing any room for 'Taiwan independence' forces, Xi said China firmly opposes separatist moves toward it

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Natural disasters cost China $13.13 billion in 2022 so far: Report

The Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China has more than 3.75 million citizens who have been impacted by floods and heavy rainfall, according to local authorities. Floods in Jiangxi…

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US President Joe Biden plans to speak with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping

China recently warned that it would take "resolute and forceful measures" if US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan 

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'Fake news': China denies that President Xi Jinping invited European leaders for meeting in Beijing

Due to the nation’s zero-tolerance virus strategy, Xi has not left China since the outset of the pandemic in January 2020 and this meeting would have marked his return to in-person diplomacy with…

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Xi Jinping says that Islam in China must be Chinese in orientation

Jinping's statement comes after his first visit to the controversial region of Xinjiang since 2014 where a million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities have allegedly been detained in camps

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Chinese state media hails strides made by Xinjiang as Jinping visits it first time since crackdown

Praising the work of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), Jinping said the group had made 'great progress' in reform and development

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Chinese officials swabbing fish mouths, underside of crabs for Covid: Report

Authorities in the southeastern Fujian province coastal city of Xiamen are testing not only fishers but also their catch for the virus on a daily basis. The practise has sparked debate and…

Read Article

Amid tensions with China, Taiwan showcases advanced US-made fighter jets

Taiwan loaded the F-16V fighter jet with anti-ship missiles at an airbase in eastern Hualien county as six advanced jets took off for night reconnaissance.

Read Article

Yuan Wang 5: China's 'Scientific Spy' in Sri Lanka; What all can it possibly do? 

The Yuan Wang 5, with a displacement of more than 25,000 tons, could possess a host of powerful radars, antennae, sensors, and related technologies that could be used for both civilian and…

Read Article

Watch | India monitoring China's 'spy ship' docked in Sri Lanka: Foreign minister Jaishankar

India foreign minister said its country is closely monitoring development concerning a Chinese navy ship docked in Sri Lanka.
 

Read Article

300 TikTok, ByteDance employees worked for China's propaganda machinery: Report 

Forbes investigated LinkedIn profiles and discovered strong links between TikTok's parent firm, ByteDance, and the Chinese government's propaganda arm, which has made significant investments in…

Read Article

As India skips mention of 'One China,' Beijing hopes for open reiteration; Taiwan says in touch with Delhi

In South Asia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan's Taliban regime have reaffirmed the policy by issuing a statement or a comment. The policy basically means Taiwan is part of…

Read Article

Chinese tech in IoT raises concern; British lawmakers seek ban on Hikvision, Dahua

British lawmakers have sought to ban sales of CCTV supplied by China's Hikvision and Dahua over surveillance capabilities which include facial recognition, person tracking and gender…

Read Article

PLA's new agenda: Drone operation & tech skills; age limit relaxed for recruitment drive

Last week, China released a 'white paper' on Taiwan in which the Xi Jinping regime said it would "not renounce the use of force" against the island nation.

Read Article

US military ‘rewriting’ nuclear deterrence, says STRATCOM chief amid China, Russia threat

STRATCOM chief Navy admiral Chas Richard said Russia has been displaying both ‘implicit and explicit nuclear coercion’ since the Ukraine war.

Read Article

Xi Jinping's visit to Saudi Arabia: Chinese foreign ministry says no information to offer

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said on Thursday that he had no information to offer at the moment when asked to comment on a media report that President Xi Jinping will visit Saudi Arabia…

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After Chinese military exercise, Taiwan conducts live-fire drills with howitzers

The latest drills by Taiwan were conducted in Pingtung county even as the army looked to play it down, asserting that it was scheduled and was not part of reaction to China’s war games.

Read Article

China's 'whitepaper' on Taiwan: 'Reunification' and 'respond with the use of force'

In the 'whitepaper', the Xi regime asserted that China's complete reunification is "indispensable" for the realisation of China's rejuvenation

Read Article

China property crisis forcing families to live in unfinished, dangerous flats

Over the past two years, China's real estate market has experienced a significant decline, mostly as a result of legislative restrictions on financing and the effects of the epidemic.

Read Article

Will not sit idle, says China as Pelosi arrives in Taiwan

Chinese vice foreign minister Xie Feng threatened that the "US shall pay the price for its own mistakes" and urged the Biden administration to "undo the adverse effects caused by Pelosi's visit to…

Read Article

'Those who play with fire will perish by it': Xi Jinping warns Joe Biden over Taiwan

Not allowing any room for 'Taiwan independence' forces, Xi said China firmly opposes separatist moves toward it

Read Article

Natural disasters cost China $13.13 billion in 2022 so far: Report

The Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China has more than 3.75 million citizens who have been impacted by floods and heavy rainfall, according to local authorities. Floods in Jiangxi…

Read Article

US President Joe Biden plans to speak with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping

China recently warned that it would take "resolute and forceful measures" if US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Taiwan 

Read Article

'Fake news': China denies that President Xi Jinping invited European leaders for meeting in Beijing

Due to the nation’s zero-tolerance virus strategy, Xi has not left China since the outset of the pandemic in January 2020 and this meeting would have marked his return to in-person diplomacy with…

Read Article

Xi Jinping says that Islam in China must be Chinese in orientation

Jinping's statement comes after his first visit to the controversial region of Xinjiang since 2014 where a million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities have allegedly been detained in camps

Read Article

Chinese state media hails strides made by Xinjiang as Jinping visits it first time since crackdown

Praising the work of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), Jinping said the group had made 'great progress' in reform and development

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Why is China denying Hong Kong was a UK colony?

Hong Kong is preparing to introduce new middle school textbooks that will deny the Chinese territory was ever a British colony.

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What is China's 'space dream' and where it is headed?

Three Chinese astronauts returned to the Earth on Saturday (April 16) after the country's longest crewed space mission. It marks a landmark step in the country's ambitions.

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How China's ASAT technology can derail America's space power

According to a report, China is prepared to conduct prompt operations to dislocate US and allied space power advantages.

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War scenario: Taiwan conducts air drills, urban warfare simulation amid China tensions

Before takeoff, Taiwan Air Force flight crews at a base in the southern city of Chiayi rushed to ready their aircraft as an alarm sounded.

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Yearender 2021: How China created the 'perfect storm' in Taiwan

Amid escalating pressure with China, Taiwan last month deployed the first squadron of its most advanced F-16 fighters.

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China's Air Force decoded: How PLAAF is evolving its tactical strategy

China has built three new airfields in the Spratly Islands and has been improving airfields in the South China Sea.

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Which countries and blocs are major players at the Glasgow climate summit?

The diverse interests among the 197 signatories to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) make for a tough challenge reaching consensus on the next steps to stem global warming.

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From education to bitcoin, China's season of regulatory crackdown

With market-trembling new rules and investigations, Beijing's crackdown on its most prominent companies has seeped into nearly every aspect of modern life, wiping billions of dollars from Chinese a

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Secret society: What Chinese Communist Party doesn't want you to know

China's ruling Communist Party, which celebrates its 100th anniversary Thursday, is characterised by secrecy in leading the world's second-biggest economic power from the shadows.

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