China denied knowing about a case involving a Singapore spy who pleaded guilty in the United States to working for China. He had access to the F-35B fighter jet program.
The Wuhan lab has signed an agreement with Pakistan to expand potential bio-warfare capabilities, including several research projects related to deadly bacteria.
China’s largest online travel company Ctrip is in talks to delist from the American stock market.
The University of Hong Kong fired a leading pro-democracy activist from his tenured position. And Hong Kong’s financial and political spheres are starting to feel the impact of the new law.
And in a rare case of public defiance, a Chinese conglomerate criticized the authorities and made an accusation of corruption. Why does the company dare to do so? Its background reveals escalated infighting between factions of the Chinese Communist Party.