While COVID-19 hobbled film industries in every country, China has recovered well considering the circumstances, and looks to be in a good position to continue its movie-grossing dominance.
China's new digital currency looks like its paper money. A mobile phone app developed for the People's Bank of China allows users to spend it like cash. The central bank digital currency (CBDC) could be used for international trade, and likely won't be linked to the global financial system.
In a virtual address to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, Chinese Communist Party Politburo member Yang Jiechi urged President Biden to avoid the "misguided policies" of the Trump Era.
A Taiwan Air Force spokesperson told Newsweek it started publishing U.S. aircraft activity near the island in order to make developments in the Taiwan Strait "more transparent."
Experts assembled by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy agreed that relations between China and Taiwan were locked in a "downward spiral."
Hu Xijin, the editor of the nationalistic Global Times newspaper, gave a scathing rebuke of Donald Trump after the president's coronavirus infection.
Oracle's winning bid is just part of the company's inner workings closely related with the White House to win contracts worth billions of dollars.
"Now is the time for China to ask the United States not to interfere in China's internal affairs," Wang Yi said.
Vice President Mike Pence said it was "remarkable" that Joe Biden didn't address America's economic struggles with China or the violence at recent protests during his presidential nomination acceptance speech Thursday night.
"My comments have been taken wildly out of context," Navarro said. "They had nothing at all to do with the Phase I trade deal."
Growing mistrust between consumers on both shores are the result of the trade war, but that feeling is likely to deepen due to the coronavirus.
Zhao Yan was mistaken for a drug smuggler and received bruises to her face during her arrest at the U.S.-Canada border in 2004.
Donald Trump should take note as China pushes to become the world's largest economy with investment in innovative, renewable energy policies.
The move is likely to anger China after a detente between Trump and President Xi Jinping following a meeting in Mar-a-Lago.
Trump and Xi will both be seeking to protect their images as well as their economies in any trade discussion.
Donald Trump earlier accused China of stealing the vessel.
Cui Tiankai said China and the U.S. needed to work to strengthen their relationship.