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Fed Warns of American Consequences for China’s Real Estate Crisis
China’s real estate crisis, triggered by several property companies being unable to service their debts, is one of the most-watched developments by investors world wide. Now, the U.S. Federal Reserve has warned that the situation...
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China Could Possess 1,000 Nuclear Warheads by 2030: Pentagon
Though a nuclear power for decades, China has long been believed to possess a relatively modest arsenal. That will likely change, however, as the U.S. Department of Defense suspects that Beijing will expand its capabilities...
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China Asks Citizens to Stock Essential Supplies Amidst Rising Food Prices, Supermarkets Swarmed
Beijing has sent Chinese citizens into a frenzy after issuing a notice that asked people to stock up on essential supplies. Though the government did not provide a clear reason for the instruction, the fact...
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Beijing Announces 30 COVID-19 Infections; Lockdowns Across City Cause Long Lines as People Rush to Get Tested
On Oct. 31, the Culture and Tourism Bureau in Beijing’s Dongcheng (eastern downtown) District issued a notice suspending cinemas throughout the district effective immediately. The same day, the Beijing Broadway Film Center also issued an...
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Chinese Expert Claims Beijing Will Not Be First To Recognize Taliban Regime
Ever since the Talban took control of Afghanistan, the regime has been trying to gain international recognition. China had indicated that it was interested in closely working with the Taliban and has been advocating for...
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China Using Civilian Airport to Launch Military Aircraft into Taiwan’s ADIZ
Shantou-Waisha airport in the Guangdong province of China is located less than 220 miles from the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan. Opened in 1956 as a military airport for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA),...
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Beijing Marathon Postponed as China Battles Spike in COVID-19 Cases
In an attempt to contain a new surge in COVID-19 cases, government officials in Beijing announced on Oct. 24 that the upcoming Beijing Marathon will be postponed until further notice. The Beijing Marathon is one...
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Beijing Asks Evergrande Founder to Use His Money to Pay Back Company Debts
Chinese authorities have asked the founder of Evergrande, billionaire Hui Ka Yan (also known as Xu Jiayin), to tap into his personal wealth to pay back some of the debts of the company. Evergrande has...
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China Clings to Its Zero-COVID Policy Amidst Soaring Numbers of New Cases
China is ramping up safety measures in an effort to stick to its Zero-COVID strategy while new COVID-19 cases and the number of associated tests keep rising. Authorities reported 38 new “domestically transmitted” cases on...
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Washington Discusses Possibility of Taiwan Returning to the United Nations
Representatives from Washington and Taipei recently met to discuss the possibility of Taiwan expanding its participation in the United Nations bloc along with other international forums. China has been blocking Taiwan’s participation in the United...
Beijing Enacts New Law to Strengthen Border Security
While the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is embroiled in high tensions in the east, it continues to attempt to assert control over its frontiers, particularly in the western reaches of the mainland, showcasing its determination...
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EU Committee Plans to Visit Taiwan as Beijing Warns Against Deepening Ties
A delegation from the European Union (EU) is reportedly planning a visit to Taiwan in November. The European Parliament’s Special Committee on Foreign Interference in all Democratic Processes in the EU (INGE) will visit Taiwan...