The interview offered few details, no follow-ups on her allegations, and invited more questions for the IOC, Peng, and China
Netflix defends decision to adapt Liu Cixin’s novel, says doesn't agree to author's Uighurs comments
Netflix responded to Republican US senators' letter urging the streaming platform to reconsider adapting Liu Cixin’s book into a TV series, following the author's support of the Chinese government's treatment of Uighur Muslims.
China objects to Amit Shah's Arunachal Pradesh visit on its 34th Statehood Day, claims home minister violated 'territorial sovereignty'
China claims Arunachal Pradesh as part of southern Tibet and the two countries have so far held 22 rounds of Special Representatives talks to resolve the border dispute.
Carrie Lam heads for Beijing to discuss political, economic situation in China-ruled city; Hong Kong leader’s first visit to Chinese capital since last month's local elections
Hong Kong has been convulsed by daily, often violent protests for last six months as demonstrations against a now-withdrawn extradition bill broadened into demands for greater democratic freedom
If you are in your 20s, the reality of Alzheimer's might feel really far away to you. Well, what if we told you that you might not have to worry about it at all? For the first time in the 20 years, a drug for Alzheimer's that claims to reverse the condition in the early stages and substantially improve cognitive function up to stage four of the disease has been approved for human use
One Child Nation review: A personal exploration of how China's infamous policy gained currency, its emotional toll
One Child Nation succeeds on two counts: It looks at the human cost of the one-child policy while portraying how the wounds resulting from it have barely healed, even as the Chinese government has moved on to a new kind of messaging — that of how two children are better than one, since the country has a shortage of young people now
China pushes State-backed narrative on Hong Kong protests on global social media, portrays agitation as work of 'radical forces'
China’s government-owned media outlets have flooded Internet platforms with stories portraying the Hong Kong protests as the work of 'terrorists' manipulated by Western powers and “radical forces”
Hong Kong protests: Twitter suspends over 2 lakh accounts part of 'China-backed' campaign against pro-democracy protesters
The company also said it will ban ads from state-backed media companies
The successor of the Dalai Lama has to be decided in China and any interference by India will impact bilateral ties, Chinese authorities have said
US court to pursue Democrats' lawsuit against Donald Trump accusing him of accepting gifts without congressional approval
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that a lawsuit that accuses President Trump of profiting off the presidency in violation of the Constitution's emoluments clause can move forward. The case brought by nearly 200 congressional Democrats argues that Trump has been accepting gifts from foreign and state governments without congressional approval. Trump, unlike modern presidents before him, has declined to fully divest from his businesses.
Indian-American Buzzfeed News journalist Megha Rajagopalan denied Chinese visa; scribes pledge support
Megha Rajagopalan on Wednesday said in a tweet that China's foreign ministry declined to issue her a new visa in May.
Executives have not commented publicly on Google's censored search engine for China called Dragonfly.
US Congressional panel passes crucial bill on Tibet, seeks 'unhindered access' for US officials, journalists, citizens
A key Congressional committee has unanimously passed a crucial bill on Tibet under which Chinese officials responsible for discriminating against Americans who try to enter Tibet would be banned from entering the US.
The ban on sales to ZTE has also underscored China’s heavy reliance on semiconductor imports amid growing trade tensions with the United States.
Chinese engineers are testing techniques that could be used to build a 1,000-kilometre long tunnel, the world's longest
Washington: China continues to use forced labour to produce goods intended for export to the US, a violation of the American law and bilateral trade agreements, according to a report.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Thursday mourned the death of Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo and called on the Chinese government to release his wife from house arrest and allow her to leave the country
The Dalai Lama will visit Botswana in August and meet with President Ian Khama, Botswana officials confirmed, in a trip likely to anger China, a key investor across Africa and its largest trade partner.
Alibaba foray into AI with a cut-price voice assistant powered smart speaker similar to the Amazon Echo
Alibaba forayed into artificially intelligent home devices by launching a cut-price voice assistant speaker, similar to Amazon.com Inc's "Echo".
Zhu Zhu's absence from Tubelight promotions is reportedly because of Chinese government's reservations about the film as it's based on the Indo-China War.