Chen Weihua, EU Bureau Chief for China's state-run China Daily newspaper, compared supporters of President Donald Trump who stormed the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday to a Hong Kong "mobs" protesting for democracy.
The year-end report produced by Taiwan's national security think tank predicts more misinformation campaigns by Beijing as it attempts to best Tsai Ing-wen and her government.
Authorities in Hong Kong said Wednesday that they had detained 53 pro-democracy activists and organizers involved in last year's unofficial primary elections.
"I have been in contact with senior Chinese officials, and I have once again made it clear that the mission is a priority for WHO and the international team," the director said.
Baolige fled to Sweden ten years ago from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China (IMAR), after facing persecution from Chinese authorities for his activism. Now he could be sent back.
In America, it's China in reverse: A very different brand of amnesia—and self-hatred—is being promoted.
In an op-ed for Newsweek, Secretary Pompeo accused the Chinese Communist Party of a lack of transparency regarding its nuclear weapons, some of which are capable of reaching the United States.
President Donald Trump was the only non-Chinese individual to appear on social media platform Weibo's 2020 trending list, which included two doctors and a majority of celebrities.
The sum total of a Biden China policy at this point seems to be multilateralism. Toward what end, we have not the faintest idea.
As the former Alibaba CEO has not been seen in public for two months, a 2019 op-ed in Communist Party newspaper People's Daily is trending for capturing China's current mood toward him.
The billionaire founder of Alibaba and Ant Group has reportedly not made a public appearance in two months.
"To the person with the hammer in his hand, everything looks like a nail," Chinese Senior Colonel Tan Kefei said, urging the U.S. to abandon its practice of moving through China-claimed waters of the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea.
"Playing a central role in the implementation of China's foreign policy objectives, China has witnessed remarkable growth in its trade and investment in many African countries since the turn of the century," Black China Caucus co-founder Mark Akpaninyie told Newsweek.
China's president has ordered that all coronavirus research must be approved by a task force before publication, according to internal documents.
Beijing said it had successfully deterred democratic Taiwan's independence movement in 2020.
Indian and Chinese forces have been locked in a stalemate along the 2,100-mile Line of Actual Control since deadly skirmishes claimed the lives of at least 20 soldiers in the summer.
Ophthalmologist Li Wenliang was given an official reprimand for "spreading false rumors." The Chinese government exonerated him after his death.
Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger has been a harsh critic of unsubstantiated claims that the presidential election was stolen.
Blood samples from residents of Wuhan, China suggest that almost 500,000 may have been infected with COVID-19 by mid-April, around 10 times more than the official number.
The two leaders discussed strengthening their regional alliance, which has seen growing economic ties and joint military drills.
Beijing has previously rejected requests by United Nations member states and the European Union to allow independent observers into Xinjiang.
Authorities in the Chinese capital Beijing said they were investigating the data leak, which has so far affected more than 50 celebrities, reports said Tuesday.
Citizen journalist Zhang Zhan was reportedly given four years in prison for "picking quarrels and provoking trouble" by reporting on the Chinese government's handling of the early COVID-19 outbreak.
Gig-workers, freelancers and as well as long-term unemployed to lose benefits as Trump refuses to sign $900 billion relief package.
South Korea, a country previously touted for curbing the coronavirus pandemic early on, recorded its largest case increase on Christmas Day.
Trump said Saturday China is to blame for the financial crisis facing millions of Americans, amid continued wrangling over the stimulus package.
President tells lawmakers who blocked attempts to increase coronavirus relief package to $2,000 per qualified individual "it wasn't their fault, it was China."
The British Centre for Economics and Business Research said Saturday the pandemic had "tipped this rivalry in China's favour."