Taiwan pleased with "rock-solid" U.S. support after Biden-Xi talks
Joe Biden and Xi Jinping appeared to dedicate large segments of the meeting to discuss their differences on Taiwan.
Biden and Xi agree nuclear weapons use in Ukraine "totally unacceptable"
The two presidents spoke for nearly three hours in what was their sixth conversation in the last two years, but their first in person.
Video shows moment Joe Biden meets China's Xi for first time as president
The two leaders are among the heads of state attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, this week.
Tesla driver claiming brake failure recalls moments leading to fatal crash
The American carmaker said it would assist in the ongoing investigation into the incident that left two people dead in China.
Apple tweaks iPhone feature used for anonymous protests in China
iPhone's AirDrop has been used to spread news of anonymous protests in China and Hong Kong. Apple has rolled out an update in China that restricts its use.
Lip reader decodes Hu Jintao's dramatic exit from China's party congress
China has been decidedly silent about the unexpected incident since it played out in front of the international press on October 22.
Joe Biden and Xi Jinping to discuss U.S.-China "red lines"—and Taiwan
The pair are set for their first face-to-face meeting since Joe Biden was elected U.S. president two years ago.
Why this Buick ad has been censored in China
Promotional material for Buick's new flagship luxury minivan, the GL8 Century, was apparently deemed too politically sensitive.
China's media reacts to "chaos" of U.S. midterm election results
The Chinese press predicted poor results for President Joe Biden's Democratic Party, but early election results were less certain.
Xi Jinping demands absolute loyalty from military commanders
Xi's remarks calling for loyalty and combat readiness from Chinese troops highlighted the centrality of national security in China's development going forward.
Pentagon official discusses China's timeline for Taiwan invasion
While some experts believe China has no deadline for invading Taiwan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said Beijing is seeking to accelerate a takeover.
China's superrich decimated as economic downturn wipes out billions
China's wealthy lost hundreds of billions of dollars in 2022.
Ukraine's China problem
Ukraine has received little in return for its discretion about China.
China's zero-COVID strategy is messing with the U.S. holiday season
Concerns have emerged of production shortages at a critical time for consumers in the United States.
China's rare earth metals monopoly could be coming to an end
The U.S. is developing supply chains that would would bypass China.
Ukraine turns on China at U.N. over human rights concerns in Xinjiang
Ukraine abstained as the U.N. Human Rights Council voted not to debate the body's report on China's policies in Xinjiang.
Video shows Shanghai Disneyland visitors trying to flee park amid lockdown
Thousands of visitors were tested for COVID-19 and remained at the Disney park until late on Monday.
How China threatens the midterms
Disinformation campaigns linked to China are attempting to sow discord in the United States, researchers tell Newsweek.
U.S. and China should "get along," Xi Jinping says
"Closer communication and cooperation between us will help bring greater stability and certainty to the world," the Chinese leader wrote in a letter.
How rich is the Chinese Communist Party?
China has the most dollar billionaires in the world, according to one rich list.
China silences questions about Hu Jintao's public exit
Chinese leader Xi Jinping's predecessor was led out of the weekend's major event in full view of the foreign press.
How Ukraine is defying China to deepen ties with Taiwan
A Ukrainian lawmaker is in Taipei to drum up support for Kyiv's resistance.
U.S. public supports help for Taiwan if China attacks—poll
A majority of Americans would back Taiwan in a crisis, but they were divided when it came to the nature of their support.
Xi Jinping's power grab forces China's propagandists to hide past views
Not even the regime's most ardent supporters are privy to the Chinese Communist Party's intentions.
'Top Gun' pilot arrested over links to China
Duggan, a former U.S. citizen, faces extradition to the United States, Reuters reported.
Joe Biden quietly crushes China's tech ambitions
The latest U.S. export controls could have a huge impact on China's burgeoning semiconductor industry—and slow its military modernization.
Is China really one of the world's safest countries?
A Chinese public security official made the claim at a press conference this week.
China's military is a serious problem, majority of Americans say: poll
Most Americans weren't as concerned with Xi Jinping as with China's military power in general, the survey said.
China has "no chance of winning" invasion of Taiwan: official
Taiwan said it saw no signs that China was preparing to attack.
China has opened up secret police stations in these countries
As of this summer, China was operating 54 overseas police stations in 25 cities in 21 countries, according to the NGO Safeguard Defenders.