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13 January 2019 15:56

Major European countries and telecom companies have rejected US-led calls for a boycott of Chinese electronics giant Huawei, dismissing accusations that the company uses its equipment to spy for Beijing. The allegations against the Chinese telecom company were leveled after Poland’s counterintelligence service arrested Wang Weijing, a Huawei employee, along with a former Polish security official on January 8. Even though no...

8 January 2019 14:47

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has arrived in China at the invitation of President Xi Jinping, only days after warning he would take an “alternative path” if the United States kept his country under pressure and sanctions. Kim and his wife, Ri Sol-ju, arrived in Beijing for a three-day visit on Tuesday, Chinese and North Korean media reported. In a report earlier in...

8 January 2019 14:39

A man has attacked students at an elementary school in China’s capital of Beijing, wounding 20 children, three of them severely, local government officials have announced. A male suspect is already “under control” and the injured students have been admitted to hospital, said a statement by the Xicheng district government posted on its social media account on Tuesday, without elaborating on...

7 January 2019 13:57

Beijing says it has lodged “stern representations” with Washington after an American navy warship sailed near the disputed islands in the South China Sea, prompting the Chinese military to scramble warplanes and vessels to warn it off.  The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the US violated China’s law after its guided-missile destroyer, USS McCampbell, sailed within 12 nautical miles...

5 January 2019 14:23

  Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered the country’s armed forces to get prepared for a “comprehensive military struggle” amid escalating tensions with the United States. Addressing a meeting of the Central Military Commission in Beijing Friday, the president urged the armed forces to strengthen their sense of urgency and do everything possible to prepare for battle. Xi said the world is in an era of...

3 January 2019 20:16

  In a significant milestone in space exploration, China has managed to land a robotic probe on the far side of the Moon, the first man-made craft ever to successfully touch the side of the Earth’s sole natural satellite that perpetually faces away from it, state media say. According to reports by China’s state-run media China Daily, CGTN, and Global Times on...

2 January 2019 14:09

Chinese President Xi Jinping says Taiwan “will be and must be reunified” with mainland China, warning that independence will spell “profound disaster” for the self-ruled island. Speaking at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People on the 40th anniversary of a key Taiwan policy statement, the Chinese president said, “Taiwan’s independence would only bring profound disaster to Taiwan.” The Chinese president also said...

27 December 2018 15:50

A court in China will try a Canadian national on charges of smuggling drugs, a state-run news portal says, marking a new turn in a dispute between Beijing and Ottawa over the detention of their respective nationals. The Liaoning Higher People’s Court in China’s northeastern province of Liaoning said it would try Robert Lloyd Schellenberg on drug smuggling charges in Dalian...

24 December 2018 15:17

Beijing slams the UK and the European Union for adopting a double-standard approach towards the issue of human rights, saying the Westerners voice concerns over China’s detention of Canadians while remaining silent on the case of a Chinese national arrested in the North American state. Speaking at a news briefing on Monday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Beijing expressed “strong...

19 December 2018 14:43

Canada says a third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, following the arrest of a Chinese telecom executive in Vancouver on December 1. Canada’s Foreign Ministry said it was “aware of a Canadian citizen” having been detained, according to a report by Canada’s National Post newspaper on Wednesday, which cited a ministry spokesperson. The spokesperson did not provide any details and did not...

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