A government spokesperson accused a U.S.-based firm of "fabricating facts" after a report said hundreds of Chinese fishing boats were killing coral reefs.
A government white paper released on Wednesday praised the Chinese Communist Party's policies in the region as well as the leadership of its chair, Xi Jinping.
China's Defense Ministry issued a strong statement on Thursday after a U.S. Air Force plane left Okinawa and delivered "diplomatic mail" to Taipei.
The bipartisan Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act will place the burden of proof on U.S. companies seeking to import goods made in China's Xinjiang region.
The video, created by a Chinese military commentator, proposes a "Japan Exception Theory"—exempting the country from Beijing's "no first use" nuclear strike policy.
A fleet of advanced hypersonic aircraft could be ferrying cargo and passengers to space by the middle of the century, according to a new report.
The Chinese government vessels sailed into the territorial sea around the disputed East China Sea islets on Wednesday morning.
A State Department report promised to continue pressing China on its ongoing "genocide" and "crimes against humanity" against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
Chinese diplomats may have added extra scrutiny to the urgent rescue work in eastern China after ridiculing U.S. efforts in Florida less than a week ago.
The United States is Japan's "only ally," Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said in Tuesday's defense white paper.
Authorities in eastern China said on Tuesday that eight people had died as search-and-rescue efforts continue.
Game publisher Tencent said it would be trialing the feature on 60 of its most popular games in order to prevent online gaming addiction.
"The evidence of severe human rights abuses and crimes against the Uyghur people is already overwhelming and indisputable," said the U.K. Foreign Affairs Committee chair.
A spokesperson for major retailer Carrefour told Newsweek it would pull the toy from its shelves if the product is found to be unsuitable for children.
The 53-year-old woman was filmed trying to drench a torch bearer in eastern Japan while shouting slogans such as "No Olympics" and "Stop the Games."
Beijing responded on Wednesday after White House adviser Kurt Campbell described how "very assertive, determined" China is challenging the international order.
Officials in Tokyo and Washington have skirted around the topic of a collective defense of Taiwan following remarks by Japan's Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso.
The response from China's Foreign Ministry came after Japan's deputy PM said Tokyo and Washington would need to jointly defend Taiwan in the event of an attack.
A buoyant Taipei says Washington sees it as a "model democracy," while an analyst argues Beijing faces the "uncomfortable" truth of deepening U.S.-Taiwan ties.
During a speech in Tokyo on Monday, Taro Aso suggested that an invasion of Taiwan by China would be an "existential threat" to Japan and its outlying islands.
China has spent millions cultivating soft power, but its strident tone plus recent sanctions that reached every single EU member state may have cemented a shift in attitudes toward Beijing.
Researchers have noted the alarming nature of the discovery, but said China could be playing a "shell game" strategy to disguise its true strike capabilities.
The Chinese Communist Party emerged from a grassroots movement 10 years after the end of Imperial China. A century later, it is the largest ruling party in the world.
China has evolved from Mao Zedong's socialist revolution into a formidable nuclear power on the world stage.
"Only socialism could save China. Only socialism with Chinese characteristics can develop China," President Xi Jinping declared amid celebrations in Beijing.
As state-run media seek to create a spotless image for the Communist Party centennial, coverage of the Florida collapse outweighs reporting on local tragedies.
As the Communist Part of China marks its 100-year anniversary this week, officials continue to describe Taiwan as a "core interest."
Japan's deputy defense minister further irked China on Monday when he called on Tokyo and Washington to jointly "protect Taiwan as a democratic country."
The White House said noted its "growing concerns about China's aggressions" toward Taipei.
Franz Gayl, the Pentagon civil servant warning against war with China, told Newsweek he turned to Communist Party tabloid Global Times to address "American foreign policy decision makers."