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This photo taken on April 9, 2021 shows social media influencer and granny Ruan Yaqing (R) with assistant Xie Xincun (L) as they check a short video for her channel on video-sharing apps Kuaishou and Douyin - China's version of TikTok - in Beijing.
China’s TikTok Overtakes YouTube in US Average Watch Time
TikTok, China’s viral app known for its short clips and videos, has overthrown rival platform YouTube in average watch time per user in the U.S. and UK. App monitoring firm App Annie reports that TikTok...
An Afghan man rides his bike outside the entrance to the Chinese embassy in Kabul on June 10, 2004.
China-Taliban Relations More A Problem than an Opportunity: Eurasia Group President
Following China’s opportunistic moves on Afghanistan, Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer stressed the negative consequences the U.S. withdrawal from the country could bring to Beijing's plans. China and the Taliban As Afghanistan falls back into...
Following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, China and Russia are seeking to recognize Taliban rule.
China and Russia Keen to Recognize Taliban Government in Afghanistan
It’s been more than a week since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, and the world is still largely undecided on how to deal with the new regime that has a history of supporting terrorist...
Joe Biden holds a briefing on wildfires ahead of the wildfire season with cabinet members, government officials, as well as governors of several western states including Oregon Governor Kate Brown (on screen), in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on June 30, 2021. Brown signed Oregon into an agreement with Beijing in 2015 after attending a conference in Seattle where President Xi Jinping made a personal appearance.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Attended Meeting With United Front Association, Signed Deal With Beijing in 2015
Governor of Oregon, Kate Brown, attended a “Governors Forum” sponsored by a known arm of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) United Front Work Department (UFWD) in 2015. The event was hosted in Seattle, was co-hosted...
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Beijing Carries Out Military Drills Near Taiwan, Media Uses Afganistan Example as ‘Lesson for Taiwan’s DPP’
On Aug. 17, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) conducted military drills near Taiwan, with fighter jets, combat ships, and anti-submarine aircraft participating in the exercise. The drills were conducted near the southeastern and southwestern...
China's economic prowess took a hit in July.
Is China’s Economic Recovery Faltering? Tech Regulations ‘Hurt Earnings’
China’s economic indicators are failing to meet expectations, which some believe shows the pace of economic recovery after the initial waves of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is faltering. According to data from China’s National Bureau...
TOKYO, JAPAN - AUGUST 08: Team United States poses after the Group All-Around Final at Ariake Gymnastics Centre on August 08, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.
Communist China Attempts to Bolster Its Olympic Medal Count by Including Medals Won by Hong Kong and Taiwan
In a move widely panned as petty and inappropriate for a world superpower, communist China has claimed it has won the most medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. It did so by adding medals won...
Chinese spies have been trying to exploit the UK's BN(O) visa scheme, meant for Hongkongers, to gain access to the country.
Chinese Spies Attempt to Infiltrate UK Through Visa Program for Hongkongers
In July last year, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced a new visa plan for BN(O) status holders after Beijing imposed the National Security Law in Hong Kong. The visa plan was launched in January...
The USA topped the medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics, with China coming in at second.
2020 Tokyo Olympics: US Tops Medal Tally, China Second, Host Japan’s Best Performance Ever
The 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics has drawn to a close, and America clinched the top spot in the medal tally. At 113 medals, the United States significantly outperformed second-ranked China with 88 total medals. The...
A public interest litigation has been filed against Tencent.
Tencent Faces Public Interest Litigation as Tech Companies Continue to Face Pressure in China
A procuratorate in Beijing has filed public interest litigation against Chinese tech giant Tencent, accusing the company’s popular WeChat messaging app of violating minor protection laws. Procuratorate refers to the office of a public procurator,...
Logo in stone outside headquarters of broadcaster CBS in Manhattan, New York City, New York, February 6, 2020. A California CBS affiliate partnered with a mainland Chinese television station to openly promote the Chinese Communist Party to a U.S. audience.
CBS Affiliate Partners With Chinese State Television To Promote Party Narratives to US Viewers
A CBS affiliate network has partnered with a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) television and radio outlet to broadcast productions created “to showcase the achievements China has made under the CPC leadership.” The announcement was made...
Damaged cars rest on debris after heavy rains hit the city of Zhengzhou causing floods in China's central Henan province on July 21, 2021.
Historic Floods In Henan Province Unearth Persistent Problem of Poor Infrastructure in China
The recent catastrophic flooding throughout Henan province has highlighted China’s persistent problem of poorly constructed infrastructure, which many believe contributed significantly to the death and destruction wrought by the flooding. Official tallies, which are widely...