US designating six Chinese media outlets as 'foreign missions', announces Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
The move will further foment tensions in already deteriorating ties between the world’s two largest economies as President Donald Trump seeks to boost his anti-China credentials ahead of November’s election
Yoshihide Suga set to be Japan PM: Chinese media expresses guarded optimism, raises concerns on 'hardline attitudes'
While China is Japan's largest trading partner, Beijing increasing military aggression and the coronavirus pandemic have strained relations between the two countries
Chinese propaganda outlets go on overdrive to slam India's ban on 59 China-linked apps, ask Modi govt to prevent 'economic conflict'
Notwithstanding imminent losses to Chinese firms on account of India's decision, state-controlled media outlets in China continue to allege that it is India that stands to lose
After initial tranche of four outlets in February, US designates four more Chinese news organisations as foreign missions
The Donald Trump administration announced on Monday that it was designating four more Chinese State-run media organisations that have operations in the United States as foreign missions, in a new round of restrictions likely to lead to some form of retaliation from China
FINA World Championships 2019: Australian swimmer Mack Horton slammed by Chinese media after feud with Sun Yang
Australian swimmer Mack Horton was slammed as arrogant and rude by Chinese media as his feud with China's Sun Yang accelerated at the world championships.
Clean-up begins in Hong Kong after Typhoon Mangkhut wreaks destruction; govt says damage is 'severe and extensive'
Hong Kong began a massive clean-up Monday after Typhoon Mangkhut raked the city, shredding trees and bringing damaging floods.
Kiren Rijiju hails 'independent' Indian media for not toeing government line, 'like Chinese counterparts'
The media in India and China cannot be compared as the fourth estate in this country is independent, while its counterparts in the Communist nation generally toe the official line, Union minister Kiren Rijiju said on Thursday
Xinhua News Agency — China's official press agency — posted a video on Twitter mocking India over the Doka La standoff.
Despite Chinese media's war hysteria over Doka La tension, India-China will opt for diplomatic solution
For the past few weeks, the media, essentially the Chinese government's mouthpiece, has been threatening India with dire consequences if its army doesn't withdraw from the Doka La region.
As the Indian and Chinese armies' face off continues in Doka La, tension seems to have also spilt over to media organisations in the respective country. The Chinese media for its part has stepped up the rhetoric.
when Xiabo won the Nobel peace prize in 2010 for incitement to subvert state power, the Chinese authorities were furious
This is not the first time the Chinese media and government spokespersons have recalled the 1962 war between India and China
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi was preparing to meet Donald and Melania Trump at the White House, China on Monday launched a scathing attack on the Indian Army accusing it of stopping the construction of a road in what it called its “sovereign territory”.
Chinese media voices concern over Donald Trump's withdrawal from Paris accord, calls it a 'global setback'
China's state news agency Xinhua described U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris accord as a 'global setback'
Chinese cos are the major suppliers of power generation equipment in India, accounting for about 40 percent of the traditional power equipment market
India should seek to build "joint strength" across South Asia rather than fanning scepticism towards China, a state-run Chinese newspaper said.
China has made a "mistake" of ignoring science and technology experts from India, Chinese official media said on Friday, underlining that the Communist giant should attract high-tech Indian talent for maintaining its innovation ability.
India has done a better job than China in promoting satellite launch technology which could prompt Beijing to fast-track commercialisation of its rocket launches, Chinese officials said on Monday.
As India resisted pressure from the US and China, who are responsible for around 40 percent of the world's carbon emissions, to ratify the Paris climate deal this year, Chinese official media said it is high time India showed it means "business" in limiting climate change effects.
Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi's visit to China ahead of India shows her wish to strike a "balance" among major powers, state-run Chinese media said.