Beijing seeks to ease fears on Wall Street after tech crackdown

China’s market watchdog holds call with global banks as regulatory assault sends shockwaves through stocks Read more on

‘Pathetic and Disgraceful’: Lawmakers Blast Coca-Cola, Visa, Airbnb for Supporting Beijing ‘Genocide Olympics’

Coca-Cola, Airbnb, Procter & Gamble, and Visa—all U.S. sponsors of the 2022 Beijing Olympics—have proudly declared that they … Read more on

China ‘Does Not Deserve to Host’ 2022 Olympics: Rights Activist

As the 1-year-delayed Summer Olympics play out in Tokyo, Japan, a human rights activist called on the United … Read more on

China’s New Ambassador to the U.S. Adopts Placating Tone

Qin Gang, a trusted aide to Chinese President Xi Jinping, pledged to repair the increasingly testy relationship between Beijing and Washington. Read more on

Lawmakers form bipartisan caucus to confront China on Uyghur treatment

It aims to “support legislation aimed at addressing the largest coordinated human rights abuse campaign of the 21st century.” Read more on

Blinken meets with WHO director to reaffirm US support for second probe into Covid outbreak

Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with the director-general of the World Health Organization Wednesday and underscored US support for further WHO studies into the origins of Covid-19, including research in China, the State Department said. Read more on

Column – China’s coal-fired power companies struggle amid high prices, Australia ban: Russell

China’s coal-fired power generators have seen profits evaporate amid surging domestic prices, with imports unable to provide much relief amid an ongoing unofficial ban on buying cargoes from major exporter Australia. Read more on


Jersey Shore Congressman pushes to move 2022 Winter Olympics out of China

There is continued push to move the 2022 Winter Olympic games out of China and to another country with timing increasingly running out for such a move to happen. Read more on

Businesses Need to Ensure Supply Chains Free From Chinese Goods: Former Prime Minister

Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called on business leaders not to focus on short-term gains, but instead, work towards minimising Beijing’s influence on supply chains. Read more on

Foreign Journalists in China Harassed Over Zhengzhou Flood Coverage

Foreign journalists covering the aftermath of flooding in central China’s Henan Province have been harassed by angry groups who’ve been encouraged by the communist authorities. Read more on

China is building a 2nd base for nuclear missiles, say analysts

Researchers in the US say China is carrying out ‘the most significant expansion of the Chinese nuclear arsenal ever’. Read more on

Beijing Issues List of American ‘Wrongdoings’ as US-China Meeting Ends Without Any Positive Result – Vision Times

On July 26, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, met with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister, Xie Feng. Read more on

CCP exhibits ‘thuggish’ diplomacy at Biden admin’s first visit to China

Beijing officials seemingly behaved more like violent criminals at the Biden administration’s first official visit to mainland China. Read more on

Expert: Tech Fallout a Big Problem in China

It seems the sell-off in Chinese stocks is spilling over into Chinese bonds and even the Chinese yuan. Read more on

China’s Hunger for Iron Continues to Underpin Australia’s Economy

This means that in spite of the bank-busting price tag, China consumption of the mineral has continued almost unabatedly since March, feeding Australia’s economic lifeblood amid global turmoil caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. Read more on