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Veteran Hong Kong democracy politicians in court for sentencing

Dozens of people have gathered in Hong Kong for a seat in court ahead of the sentencing of media mogul…

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Taiwan says China’s activities threaten regional stability

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has told a visiting US delegation of former senior officials that the Chinese military’s activities had…

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Hong Kong marks first ‘National Security Education Day’

Hong Kong is marking its first “National Security Education Day” to promote a sweeping law that Beijing imposed on the…

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Is China really about to invade Taiwan?

Taipei, Taiwan – For the first time in more than half a century, the United States and Japan are expected this…

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Inflation or pollution? Tough choice facing China steel industry

China’s vast steel sector is the scene of a conflict between economic growth and a green agenda that points to…

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As Biden meets CEOs to tackle chip shortage, Intel offers hope

United States President Joe Biden has met with executives from key companies to discuss the global chip shortage that has…

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Ma’s wealth soars $2.3bn after China imposes milder Alibaba fine

China’s $2.8bn fine is less severe than some investors feared and is based on only 4 percent of Alibaba’s 2019…

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21 workers trapped in flooded mine in China’s Xinjiang

CCTV says rescuers have located 12 of the 21 trapped miners. Eight miners have been rescued and 21 remain trapped…

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US loosens restrictions on Taiwan contacts in defiance of China

The State Department has announced that it will make it easier for US officials to meet Taiwanese representatives, defying pressure…

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US warns China over ‘aggressive’ moves on Philippines, Taiwan

The United States has warned China against what the Philippines and Taiwan see as increasingly aggressive moves, reminding Beijing of…

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