• Donald Trump

    How China-Exposed U.S. Companies Hurt their Shares

    New data has just revealed that American companies with significant exposure in China have seen plummeting stocks due to internal issues, not just because of trade tensions between the countries. A lack in semiconductor demand has also impacted the share prices of these companies.
  • Chinese workers

    China: Job Market Figures Demonstrate Stability

    China's job market is doing good in terms of stability, based on 2018's data. The government continues to seek ways that would further boost employment rates in the country.
  • China's gene-edited cloned monkeys

    China’s Cloned Monkeys Take Spotlight in Biomedical Studies

    China has given birth to the first multiple set of gene-edited monkeys. The monkeys were born from the fibroblasts of a donor with severe circadian rhythm disorders. Scientists leading the program said the monkeys will help in the study of various human diseases including Alzheimer's disease.
  • Flyzoo

    Inside Alibaba’s ‘FlyZoo,’ Hotel of the Future

    With robots waiting to serve and smart technology all around, guests at the Flyzoo hotel will experience what it means to be in the future. Alibaba's first futuristic hotel, located in Hangzhou, is every millennial traveler's dream.
  • airport

    Newark International Airport Resumes Operations

    Following the drone sighting in London three weeks ago, another sighting was reported at the Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday. Operations have since resumed after multiple flights were delayed and landings were disrupted. The FAA is working with authorities to track down whoever is responsible for the incident.
  • Shanghai

    Shanghai Eyes 2020 Financial Power Top Spot

    Shanghai has set its eyes on becoming a global financial market leader in 2020 and Beijing has shown full support for the plan. The municipality has also unveiled its first 3D bridge with "smart" sensors.
  • Baidu

    Baidu in Hot Seat as Netizens Fire Google Comparisons

    Netizens expressed disapppointment over Baidu's search services after an article scrutinizing the top Chinese search engine emerged on Tuesday. The company has apologized but
  • Models

    D&G Boycott Still On as Model Speaks Up

    Zuo Ye has spoken up about the controversial Dolce and Gabbana advertisement that sparked outraged among Chinese consumers. The founders have also apologized for the ad and dismissed claims that the campaign was meant to insult China.
  • WeChat

    Inside China’s New ‘Social Credit’ App

    Debates are brewing as a northern China province recently unveiled a new app that should help authorities track debtors who don't want to pay their debts even if they are capable of doing so. The app can be accessed through popular messaging platform WeChat.
  • Phonecall

    First 5G Call Completed by Chinese Tech Giant

    ZTE and China Unicom have completed the first 5G call in telecommunications history and while some countries are still cautious about collaborating with the company, some experts believe that the breakthrough will have a positive impact on the industry in the future.
  • President Xi Jinping

    China’s Tech Plans may be the Center of Trade Talks

    Two groups have encouraged the U.S. to pay attention to China's technological plans as the two countries head to the next round of trade talks in the coming weeks. "Made in China 2025" is already in the works and experts believe the U.S. should catch up.
  • AI

    Japanese Bank Collaborates with Chinese State-Run Company

    A partnership deal between Zhongguancun Development Group and Mizuho Bank will be signed on Friday. The partnership is expected to encourage artificial intelligence startups, among others. The project follows after China opened its first AI theme park late 2018.
  • Chinese holidays

    Houston to Host Chinese Spring Festival Gala

    Houston is hosting a Chinese Spring Festival gala, despite China and the U.S. engaging in trade disputes. The gala will feature Chinese culture and tradition.
  • Mother and son

    China’s Fallen Birth Rate may Affect Labor Supply

    China has seen its lowest birth rate figures in years and labor supply concerns have started emerging. Aging and low births in certain "fertile" cities have been mentioned as the main factors that affected the decline. The government has yet to issue a counterattack to the potential risks this problem poses to the labor sect.
  • Beijing Railway

    Inside the Grandiose China Railway Project

    China has a grand plan to battle a slowing economy: the China Railway. With proposed lines in the Xiaong'an New Area-Henan regions and a couple more, the country may have found the solution to ease its people from financial crisis.
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