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Canada's top diplomat in China criticized for wading into Meng Wanzhou case

OTTAWA — Canada’s ambassador to China caused a furor Wednesday for speculating on how a Chinese executive detained in Canada could avoid extradition to the United States. John McCallum, a former immigration minister, opined in a meeting with Chinese-Canadian journalists on Tuesday in a Toronto subur


George Soros says the US and China are in a cold war that 'threatens to turn into a hot one'

"The reality is that we are in a cold war that threatens to turn into a hot one," Soros said at a private dinner event at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. His comments come at a time when investors are increasingly concerned about a serious economic downturn, with a long-running U.S.-


China deletes 'malicious' mobile apps including a Tencent game

BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s cyber watchdog said on Thursday it has deleted close to 8,000 ‘malicious’ mobile apps including a video game distributed by tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd (0700.HK), as regulators step up efforts to tighten control over the country’s internet.


One dead after multiple explosions in Chinese apartment building

Beijing (CNN)A man has been killed after a series of explosions at an apartment building in the northeastern Chinese city of Changchun Friday, local authorities said in a statement.


Jim Cramer Live: Cannabis, China and Starbucks

When the markets opened, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 171 points, or 0.7%, to 24,724, the S&P 500 was up 0.61%, and the Nasdaq gained 0.6%. "If there were ever a time to get the Chinese to play fair, it is now," wrote Jim Cramer in his Real Money article on Friday, Jan. 25.


Meet China's J-20 'Heavy' Stealth Fighter: An F-22 or F-35s Worst Nightmare?

Song concluded the ideal stealth fighter would incorporate canards (a second, small set of wings close to the nose of the plane), leading-edge root extensions (or “strakes,” a thin surface extending where the wing emerges from the fuselages), and S-shaped belly intakes, in order to balance stealth,


Tencent can finally start making money on new games in China again

Hong Kong (CNN Business)Tencent is back in the game in China. After a nine-month freeze that hammered Tencent's (TCEHY) stock price, Chinese authorities have started allowing the internet company to make money off new mobile games again.


Only China can save earnings for Wall Street (and the world): Bank of America

Beleaguered chip-makers — excluding Intel — get an A for effort this week, but still won’t save Wall Street from the first weekly loss of 2019. The holiday-shortened week has been peppered with global growth and shutdown worries. And as investors wait for the federal government to get back to work,“


China says Soros' criticism of Xi is 'meaningless'

BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. billionaire George Soros’ criticism of Chinese President Xi Jinping was “meaningless”, China’s foreign ministry said on Friday, after the investor and philanthropist called Xi the world’s most “dangerous opponent” of open society.


Romantic Karl Marx anime targets new generation of Chinese communists

Beijing (CNN)"Everything I do is for the poor masses of this Earth!" bellows the deep voice over bombastic classical music. This is Karl Marx, but not as you know him: dashingly tall, with a pronounced jawline, suave brown curls and blue eyes, and speaking Chinese -- a world away from the German phi


DRAMATIC VIDEO: Milkman catches falling baby in China

HEILONJIANG PROVINCE, China -- A heroic Chinese milkman caught a baby falling from a building just in the nick of time on Thursday in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. CCTV reports that Li Gang, the milk-delivery man, had no idea that he would provide more than milk for babies when he woke up


The ‘Mortal Danger’ of China’s Push Into AI

Governments and companies worldwide are investing heavily in artificial intelligence in hopes of new profits, smarter gadgets, and better health care. Financier and philanthropist George Soros told the World Economic Forum in Davos Thursday that the technology may also undermine free societies and c


Why China is under pressure to make a trade deal

In Washington this week, the US and China are due to hold their highest level talks since the two sides struck a temporary truce to their trade war. They have until 1 March to come up with some sort of compromise or tariffs will be hiked again, and we march back into a trade fight that affects us al


Breakingviews - China outlook from Davos goes a little off-piste

DAVOS (Reuters Breakingviews) - The China outlook from Davos is a little off-piste. Compared to the unbridled optimism of a year ago, there has been plenty of fretting at the annual World Economic Forum this week. High on the list of concerns is a sharper-than-expected slowdown in the People’s Repub


Apple may be headed for 'serious ramifications' in China after Tencent's latest update to WeChat

Tencent recently updated its WeChat platform to give users what one expert called a "second home screen" on their mobile phones within the application. "With WeChat moving towards solidifying the mini-programs position, there could be serious ramifications for Apple's service business, which it has


Pompeo denounces Russia, China over support for Venezuela's Maduro

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a sharp rebuke of Venezuelan strongman Nicolas Maduro’s international backers on Saturday in a United Nations Security Council meeting that afforded a face-off with Russian and Chinese envoys.


Lessons from the fall of China’s bike-sharing pioneer

WHEN EVERY colour had been claimed by rival bike-sharing firms, Qicai Bike (or “seven colours”) went for the whole rainbow. Onto these flashy frames it fixed glow-in-the-dark wheels, hoping perhaps for a night-time edge over competitors. Launched in June 2017, Qicai’s dockless bicycles joined those


China admits that its army had no idea what to do with its fancy new tanks

In a recent interview with Chinese state media, senior Chinese military officers admitted that troops had no idea what to do with the country's new Type 099A battle tanks. China is rapidly developing cutting-edge weapons — everything from stealth fighters to railguns — but the Chinese media report s


Jade + QA unveils "groundscraper" hotel in Chinese quarry

The Shimao Wonderland Intercontinental hotel has opened within a 88-metre-deep abandoned quarry near Shanghai. Designed by London- and Shanghai based Jade + QA, the 337-room hotel descends 16 storeys below ground level within the former quarry and is described by the studio as a groundscraper.


It's Not Lack Of Trust But China's Outrageous Behavior That's The Problem

Tyler Cowan, an economist whom I normally greatly admire, has come out with his diagnosis of what ails the US-China relationship. It’s not trade, he says, but a “lack of trust.”