A leaked memo showed Beijing had told the Solomon Islands in December it wanted to send a security team of 10 Chinese police to its embassy
The State Department has advised all non-emergency staff and their families to leave Shanghai as officials extend a lockdown in a large part of the city, but the move has angered Beijing
The decision was taken because of fear of secondary sanctions from the US after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Forbes Russia said, citing Russian media.
US fabrication of the chips would require not only tremendous up-front costs, but possibly a steady stream of government assistance in perpetuity
Taiwan's Evergreen Marine has purchased 44 vessels from China since 2018, all but two of which were ordered from shipyards that produce Chinese warships
A federal jury in Kansas City found Feng "Franklin" Tao guilty in the latest trial to result from a now-ended crackdown on Chinese influence within US research
China says the AUKUS alliance between the US, UK and Australia is an ''Anglo-Saxon clique'' that threatens peace in the region.
Washington said Beijing should "take away the right lessons" from the coordinated response over Ukraine if it is considering any moves on Taiwan
Sequoia's local managing partners will remain in charge of the firm's other regional divisions with Neil Shen set to continue to lead business in China
Taiwan aims to forge closer ties with the US on electric vehicles, the metaverse and next-generation communication tech as Washington pushes to bring supply chains onshore, Nikkei says
Huawei paid out dividends totalling 61.4 billion yuan ($9.65 billion) to current and retired workers in its employee shareholder scheme, a filing with the Shanghai Clearing House shows
China’s Securities Regulatory Commission has proposed changing confidentiality rules involving companies' offshore listings in a bid to end the US delistings standoff