US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday accused China of trying to foment unrest in the United States through its criticism of racism.
The former head of Interpol, an ex-spy chief and a Xinjiang governor accused of “trading power for sex” are just some of the high-profile officials to suffer spectacular falls from grace in President Xi Jinping’s purge of the Chinese Communist Party’s upper echelons.
US-Chinese relations, already tense over the coronavirus pandemic and Beijing’s crackdown in Hong Kong, deteriorated once again Wednesday as Washington ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston within 72 hours.
China has been “taking advantage” of the coronavirus pandemic to bully countries and impose a controversial security law on Hong Kong, the territory’s last British governor, Chris Patten, said Wednesday.
The United States on Saturday accused China of using the unrest triggered by the death of George Floyd in police custody to justify denying its own people basic human rights.
COVID-19 will stalk the planet for a long time to come, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, warning that most countries were still in the early stages of tackling the pandemic.
Vast crowds of democracy protesters thronged Hong Kong’s streets on Sunday in a forceful display of support for the movement on its six-month anniversary, as organisers warned the city’s pro-Beijing leaders they had a “last chance” to end the political crisis.
Thirty years after the crackdown on Tiananmen protesters, the tanks that lined Beijing’s central avenue have been replaced by countless surveillance cameras perched like hawks on lampposts to keep the population in check.
The Chinese troll army suddenly struck one evening, bombarding the Facebook pages of two pro-Uighur groups with an array of verbal grenades and offensive images.
Nearly 3,000 delegates from across China gathered in Beijing on Tuesday for the start of the annual session of the rubber-stamp legislature, the National People’s Congress.
The Chinese Communist Party has faced and crushed a myriad of dissidents over its decades-long rule, from pro-democracy reformers to human rights advocates and outspoken religious leaders.
Flags of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) were flying high inside the Batasang Pambansa Complex on Monday (September 10) following a visit from a high-level delegation of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Ruling party PDP-Laban of President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK).
Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan’s relationship with Chinese Communist Party is very active – Senator Koko Pimentel
Amid a looming Senate inquiry into state-run PTV-4’s airing of Chinese shows, Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar on Wednesday defended the government media’s move, saying there was nothing wrong with broadcasting Chinese contents on the premiere state-run television network.
Hillary Clinton warned Australia and other democracies Monday to be on guard against growing interference in their domestic politics by China and Russia.
The United States on Saturday scolded China for attempting to impose “political correctness” on American carriers by asking them to classify Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau as Chinese territories.
Chinese president Xi Jinping pledged Friday his country will keep following Marxism, as the world’s largest communist party prepares to mark the 200th birthday of Karl Marx.
As Xi Jinping embarks on a potentially lifelong presidency, activists fear that the Chinese leader’s promise of a “new era” sounds the death knell for human rights under an increasingly digital-savvy police state.
The Chinese Communist Party’s annual legislative session will count more than 150 “super rich” members whose total net worth has soared to $650 billion, or double Ireland’s annual GDP, a report showed Friday.
A former Politburo member who was once seen as a contender for China’s top leadership has been charged with bribery, the country’s top prosecutor said Tuesday.
A top Chinese envoy landed in North Korea on Friday in a trip hailed as a “big move” by US President Donald Trump, who has urged Beijing to pile pressure on its nuclear-armed ally.
By Ryan MCMORROW/Agence France Presse As Chinese leader Xi Jinping prepares to embark on a second five-year term this week, the impulsive leaders of North…