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CHINA BAD, M'KAY?

nickmon1112May 14, 2020, 2:04:23 AM
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OK. So if my blog post here is too long for you, you've got other options. I took the liberty of digging those up as well. 

1.) (Axios) Timeline: The early days of China's coronavirus outbreak and cover-up

2.) (WSJ) How It All Started: China’s Early Coronavirus Missteps

3.) (The Dispatch) Timeline: The Regulations—and Regulators—That Delayed Coronavirus Testing

4.) (National Review) The Comprehensive Timeline of China’s COVID-19 Lies

5.) (NYT) How the Virus Got Out 

6.) (WSJHigh-Speed Trains, International Flights: How the Coronavirus Spread

7.) (The GuardianHow the coronavirus spread across China and the world – visual explainer

8)  (Global Times) (Propaganda) Real-time update on coronavirus outbreak 

"Is China Ground Zero for a Future Pandemic?" asked the Simthsonian. The answer was apparently yes. 

With that out of the way, enjoy this library collection I've put together. 

CORONAVIRUS COVER-UP

-- (December 27th 2019) (Xinhua) (Propaganda) Infectious disease situation stable in China: official

-- (January 8th 2020) (The Guardian) China pneumonia outbreak may be caused by Sars-type virus: WHO

-- (January 20th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) China confirms human-to-human transmission of coronavirus

-- (January 21st 2020) (BBC) New China virus: Warning against cover-up as number of cases jumps

-- (January 22nd 2020) (NYT) China Silences Critics Over Deadly Virus Outbreak

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Is Spreading, but W.H.O. Says It’s Not a Global Emergency

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) (The Post Millennial) China can’t be trusted with coronavirus reporting—SARS is proof 

-- (January 23rd 2020) (WSJ) China Contends With Questions Over Response to Viral Outbreak

-- (January 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Wuhan Mayor Admits: Five Million Left Before Virus Lockdown

-- (January 27th 2020) (Daily Mail) (The Guardian) Wuhan mayor admits 'withholding information' about the coronavirus outbreak after revealing FIVE MILLION residents had left the city before it went into lockdown

-- (January 27th 2020) (WSJ) Wuhan Mayor Says Beijing Rules Partially Responsible for Lack of Transparency

-- (January 27th 2020) (WSJ) A Made-in-China Contagion

-- (January 28th 2020) (Breitbart) CDC Warns Americans to Avoid All Non-Essential Travel to China

-- (January 28th 2020) (NYT) Containing the Coronavirus: Countries Limit Travel to China

-- (January 28th 2020) (WSJ) China Strains to Stamp Out Coronavirus Criticisms at Home

-- (January 31st 2020) (statnews.com) Health experts warn China travel ban will hinder coronavirus response

-- (February 1st 2020) (The Post Millennial) Whistleblowers in China arrested for warning about coronavirus last month

-- (February 1st 2020) (NYT) As New Coronavirus Spread, China’s Old Habits Delayed Fight

-- (February 2nd 2020) (NYT) Wuhan Coronavirus Looks Increasingly Like a Pandemic, Experts Say

-- (February 3rd 2020) (LA Times) He filmed corpses of coronavirus victims in China. Then the police broke into his home

-- (February 3rd 2020) (Reuters) China accuses U.S. of scaremongering over coronavirus

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) Spreading Along With the Coronavirus: Confusion

-- (February 5th 2020) (NYT) As China Clamps Down on Negative News, Quarantines on Land and Sea

-- (February 5th 2020) (The Guardian) The coronavirus lays bare the limits of WHO's health diplomacy with China

-- (February 5th 2020) (The Guardian) China’s response to coronavirus exposes a dangerous obsession with secrecy

-- (February 5th 2020) (The Guardian) Advice for Brits to quit China on coronavirus fears criticised by WHO

-- (February 6th 2020) (Breitbart) (The Guardian) (NYT) (Washington Post) (WSJ) The whistleblower doctor who fell victim to China's coronavirus dies 

-- (February 6th 2020) (The Guardian) China ambassador says UK overreacting with coronavirus advice

-- (February 6th 2020) (WSJ) Beijing Faults U.S. Stance on Coronavirus

-- (February 9th 2020) (The Guardian) Doctor who exposed Sars cover-up is under house arrest in China, family confirms

-- (February 9th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Concerns Spread Faster and Further Than Pathogen

-- (February 10th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: UK declares 'serious and imminent threat' to public health – latest news

-- (February 11th 2020) (NYT) The Illness Now Has a Name, COVID-19

-- (February 12th 2020) (NYT) New Cases Spike in Hubei Province

-- (February 12th 2020) (NYT) How Many Coronavirus Cases in China? Officials Tweak the Answer

-- (February 13th 2020) (NYT) China Ousts 2 Party Officials Amid Outrage About Coronavirus Response

-- (February 13th 2020) (NYT) How the Coronavirus Numbers Changed So Sharply

-- (February 13th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: China purges regional leaders hours after spike in deaths and new cases

-- (February 14th 2020) (BBC) (NYT) (WSJ) New Cases Are Reported as Beijing Sets New Rules 

-- (February 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus outbreak: senior US official accuses China of lack of transparency

-- (February 14th 2020) (WSJ) Fighting Outbreak, China Urged Open Borders. Even Allies Are Resisting.

-- (February 18th 2020) (The Intercept) When Bloomberg News’s Reporting on China Was Challenged, Bloomberg Tried to Ruin Me for Speaking Out

-- (February 19th 2020) (Daily Caller) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters Following ‘Racially Discriminatory’ Opinion Article 

-- (February 22nd 2020) (Daily Caller) (NYT) Inside The Wall Street Journal, Tensions Rise Over ‘Sick Man’ China Headline

-- (February 24th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Trump Administration Considers Punishing Chinese News Organizations 

-- (February 26th 2020) (The Epoch Times) Leaked Documents Reveal Coronavirus Infections Up to 52 Times Higher Than Reported Figures in China’s Shandong Province

-- (March 5th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Is Leveraging A Disinformation Campaign To Blame The U.S. For The Coronavirus

-- (March 5th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Epidemic Draws Scrutiny to Labs Handling Deadly Pathogens

-- (March 6th 2020) (Breitbart) China Accuses U.S. of Botching Coronavirus Response, Claims Virus Came from America

-- (March 6th 2020) (NYT) China Pushes Back as Coronavirus Crisis Damages Its Image

-- (March 7th 2020) (The Guardian) China activist who called Xi clueless on coronavirus faces years in jail for 'subversion'

-- (March 11th 2020) (Breitbart) National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien: China’s Coronavirus Cover-Up Cost the World Two Months

-- (March 11th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Declared Pandemic by World Health Organization

-- (March 12th 2020) (Chinese Official) (Propaganda) "This article is very much important to each and every one of us. Please read and retweet it. COVID-19: Further Evidence that the Virus Originated in the US. https://globalresearch.ca/covid-19-further-evidence-virus-originated-us/5706078"

-- (March 12th 2020) (Chinese Official) (Propaganda) "2/2 CDC was caught on the spot. When did patient zero begin in US? How many people are infected? What are the names of the hospitals? It might be US army who brought the epidemic to Wuhan. Be transparent! Make public your data! US owe us an explanation!"

-- (March 13th 2020) (BuzzFeed) (Breitbart) (NYT) (The Post Millennial) Chinese Diplomats Are Pushing Conspiracy Theories That The Coronavirus Didn't Originate In China 

-- (March 13th 2020) (The Guardian) First Covid-19 case happened in November, China government records show - report

-- (March 13th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. and China Trade Barbs Over What to Call Coronavirus

-- (March 14th 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) Chinese Tycoon Who Criticized Xi’s Response to Coronavirus Has Vanished

-- (March 16th 2020) (Chinese Official) (Propaganda) "More evidence suggests that the virus was not originated at the seafood market in Wuhan at all, not to mention the so called “made in China”."

-- (March 17th 2020) (Breitbart) Researchers: China Heeding Wuhan Doctors May Have Stopped 95% of Coronavirus Cases

-- (March 17th 2020) (Daily Caller) (NYT) (The Post Millennial) (The Guardian)  (WSJ) China Banishes U.S. Journalists from Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post

-- (March 17th 2020) (NYT) China’s Ill-Timed Attack on the Free Press

-- (March 17th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Evidence emerges that China has lied about coronavirus since December

-- (March 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) How China Corrupted The World Health Organization

-- (March 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) FLASHBACK Jan. 14: WHO Tells Everyone Don’t Worry Because China Says Coronavirus Isn’t Contagious

-- (March 18th 2020) (NYT) How China Is Reshaping the Coronavirus Narrative

-- (March 18th 2020) (NYT) China Defends Expulsion of American Journalists, Accusing U.S. of Prejudice

-- (March 18th 2020) (NYT) Ousting U.S. Reporters, China Signals Confidence in Its Own Message

-- (March 18th 2020) (The National Pulse) Rep. Banks Calls For Reparations From China: ‘Opportunity, Avenue, And Appetite To Make Them Pay’

-- (March 19th 2020) (The Guardian) Bolsonaro’s son enrages Beijing by blaming China for coronavirus crisis

-- (March 19th 2020) (WSJ) China Rescinds Penalty for Late Doctor Who Warned About Coronavirus

-- (March 20th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese Envoy Refuses to Apologize for Beijing’s Initial ‘Cover Up’ of Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (March 20th 2020) (Breitbart) China Stopped Counting ‘Mild’ Coronavirus Cases in February

-- (March 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Distortion Of Fact’: China’s Ambassador To US Disputes Allegations The Country Covered Up Virus

-- (March 20th 2020) (National Review) Taiwan Accuses WHO of Failing to Heed Warning of Coronavirus Human-to-Human Transmission

-- (March 20th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Is China’s progress on coronavirus real?

-- (March 22nd 2020) (Daily Caller) Vox Scrubs China Reference From Title Of Coronavirus Video

-- (March 22nd 2020) (Daily Caller) Josh Hawley Says WHO Sided With China, Needs To Face ‘Consequences’

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘We Are Compelled To Do All These Things’: Top China Official Blames US For Expulsion Of American Journalists

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Daily Caller) How Did The World Health Organization Became A Mouthpiece For China?

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Daily Caller) REPORT: China Concealed Over 43,000 Confirmed Coronavirus Cases By End Of February

-- (March 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Life after lockdown: has China really beaten coronavirus?

-- (March 24th 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) 3 Newspapers Ask China to Reverse Decision to Expel American Journalists 

-- (March 25th 2020) (The Guardian) China's premier warns local officials not to 'cover up' new Covid-19 cases as Hubei reopens

-- (March 25th 2020) (The Post Millennial) No, it’s not racist to blame China for the spread of coronavirus

-- (March 26th 2020) (Daily Caller) US Ambassador To UK: China’s ‘Secrets And Lies’ Produced Coronavirus Pandemic

-- (March 26th 2020) (Economist) Let Taiwan into the World Health Organisation

-- (March 26th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory Claims It Began in the U.S.—and Beijing Is Buying It

-- (March 27th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Arrogance And Prejudice’: China Appears To Dismiss American Outlets’ Plea To Reconsider Journalist’s Expulsion

-- (March 27th 2020) (National Review) China Is Pushing a ‘Zero’ Myth on COVID-19

-- (March 28th 2020) (Daily Caller) Senior WHO Official Cuts Off Interview When Reporter Implies Taiwan Isn’t Part Of China

-- (March 28th 2020) (Twitter) "It is an embarrassing scene. @WHO Director General, Bruce Aylward, hangs up in an interview with RTHK when he is asked about reconsidering Taiwan’s membership. Ironically, despite being so close to China, Taiwan manages to keep the #coronavirus infection and fatality rate low."

-- (March 29th 2020) (Daily Caller) De Blasio, NYC Officials Downplayed COVID-19 Threat After Trump Restricted Travel To China. Here Are 5 Examples

-- (March 30th 2020) (Washington Times) Chinese researchers isolated deadly bat coronaviruses near Wuhan animal market

-- (March 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) WHO Says Removing Official From Website After Viral China Interview Was A Coincidence

-- (March 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) Birx Clears The Air: Governments Were Slow To Respond To Coronavirus ‘Because’ China Covered It Up

-- (March 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) FLASHBACK March 11: Study Concludes China Acting 3 Weeks Earlier Could Have Avoided Global Pandemic

-- (March 31st 2020) (SCMP) (Washington Examiner) China says it did not include asymptomatic coronavirus patients in initial counts

-- (April 1st 2020) (Breitbart) China: Questioning Suspect Virus Numbers Shows ‘a Sour Grapes Mentality’

-- (April 1st 2020) (Bloomberg) (Daily Caller) (The Post Millennial) China Concealed Extent of Virus Outbreak, U.S. Intelligence Says 

-- (April 1st 2020) (Daily Caller) Japan’s Deputy Prime Minister Says The WHO Should Change Name To The China Health Organization

-- (April 1st 2020) (The Dispatch) There Is No Reason to Believe China Is Reporting Its Coronavirus Cases Accurately

-- (April 1st 2020) (The Post Millennial) As China’s lies unravel, questions reemerge about the origin of coronavirus

-- (April 1st 2020) (The Post Millennial) WATCH: Scheer calls out China on coronavirus response, numbers

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese County Goes into Lockdown While Beijing Claims Coronavirus Under Control

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) Italian Governor: I Was Called ‘Racist’ for Wanting to Test China Travelers in February

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) CIA Doubts China’s Coronavirus Statistics: Report

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) WHO Official Defends China, Says Everyone Is ‘Over-Focused’ On Regime’s Coronavirus Numbers

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) EXCLUSIVE: Group Of Republican Congressmen Send Letter To Pompeo Demanding China Be Held Accountable For Coronavirus Spread

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Foreign Policy) How WHO Became China’s Coronavirus Accomplice

-- (April 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) 'On the light side': Trump casts doubt on China's coronavirus figures

-- (April 2nd 2020) (The Post Millennial) Health Minister defends China's coronavirus figures, blasts 'conspiracy theorists'

-- (April 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) Beijing: ‘Morally Repulsive’ to Question China’s Fake Coronavirus Data

-- (April 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) Fauci: China’s ‘Delay in Transparency’ ‘Likely’ Prevented Other Countries from Restricting Travel

-- (April 3rd 2020) (Daily Caller) The CIA Is Trying To Find China’s Real Coronavirus Data

-- (April 3rd 2020) (National Review) The Trail Leading Back to the Wuhan Labs

-- (April 3rd 2020) (NYT) China Pushes for Quiet Burials as Coronavirus Death Toll Is Questioned

-- (April 3rd 2020) (The Guardian) China steps up western media campaign over coronavirus crisis

-- (April 4th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Lost The Credibility’: WHO Faces Mounting Backlash For Running Interference For China

-- (April 5th 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) "Regrettably, the democratic US has elected a group of weak-minded officials who don't believe in science but are good at buck-passing. It's hoped the US public opinion will exert pressure to prompt the US to release its proud error-correcting capabilities. Stay strong America!"

-- (April 5th 2020) (WSJ) World Health Coronavirus Disinformation

-- (April 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) John Bolton Rips WHO As China’s ‘Accomplice,’ Calls On Director-General To Resign

-- (April 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) Sen. Steve Daines Sends Letter To State Department Calling For Investigation Into China’s Role In Coronavirus Spread

-- (April 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘China Lied To The World’: McCarthy Slams The ‘Chinese Communist Party’ Over Coronavirus

-- (April 6th 2020) (FOX) WHO director faces calls for resignation over handling of coronavirus, China

-- (April 6th 2020) (radiofarda.com) (The Post Millennial) Iran blasts China, calls coronavirus figures a "bitter joke" 

-- (April 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) (The Post Millennial) President Trump Vows To Revisit WHO’s Funding Over Ties To China 

-- (April 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) Radio Free Asia Cites ‘Unverified’ Reports Of Live Cremations In China

-- (April 7th 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) "China wants to become a world leader by assisting countries severely affected by COVID-19? While the US doesn't provide medical supplies to the world, some politicians and media in Washington jealously discredited China. Can they have a healthy state-of-mind?"

-- (April 7th 2020) (NYT) China Investigates Critic of Xi’s Coronavirus Response

-- (April 7th 2020) (The National Pulse) World Health Org Ignored Early Warning Over Human-to-Human Coronavirus Transmission to Appease China

-- (April 7th 2020) (Twitter) "A funeral home director in Taiwan recently received an urgent order of 200,000 body bags from China. This comes as more countries question China's #CCPVirus (#coronavirus) number. Some Taiwanese funeral operators are also producing an alarming number of body bags for #China."

-- (April 8th 2020) (banks.house.gov) (Daily Caller) Rep. Jim Banks Calls on United States to Bring Case Against China to International Court of Justice 

-- (April 8th 2020) (Chinese Official) (Propaganda) "Accusing China of coverup is a kind of blackmail. Suspected cases were reported on 27Dec. Reuters cited CCTV reports on 31. We formally notified WHO on 3Jan&closed Wuhan on 23. US closed its Consulate on 26& borders to China on 2Feb. Blameshifting can't make up for lost time."

-- (April 8th 2020) (Daily Caller) WHO Director-General Tedros Harsher Toward Trump Than Toward China

-- (April 8th 2020) (NYT) China's Coronavirus Battle Is Waning. Its Propaganda Fight Is Not.

-- (April 8th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Why does the media blindly believe China’s coronavirus stats?

-- (April 8th 2020) (WSJ) Lost in Beijing: The Story of the WHO

-- (April 9th 2020) (ABC) Intelligence report warned of coronavirus crisis as early as November: Sources

-- (April 9th 2020) (Breitbart) Donald Trump: U.S. Spent $452 Million on WHO in 2019 Against China’s $42 Million

-- (April 9th 2020) (Daily Caller) (SCMP) (The Post Millennial) Prominent Science Journal ‘Nature’ Apologizes For Associating Coronavirus With China 

-- (April 9th 2020) (Daily Caller) House Oversight Republicans Press WHO On Role In China’s ‘Coronavirus Propaganda Campaign’

-- (April 10th 2020) (Breitbart) (WSJ) China Pushes Viral Messages to Shape Coronavirus Narrative

-- (April 10th 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) "Some Americans are demanding Chinese government compensate for their COVID-19 losses. It’s a farce. They should ask the US govt for compensation. The latter misled Americans for a long time, claiming the risk was very low. It failed to take preventive steps. Dereliction of duty."

-- (April 10th 2020) (The Guardian) Blaming China for coronavirus isn’t just dangerous. It misses the point

-- (April 11th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘We Should Blame China’: Bill Maher Unloads On People Tip-Toeing Around Coronavirus Origins

-- (April 11th 2020) (Daily Mail) How China muzzled its Bat Woman: Beijing authorities hushed up the findings of a scientist who unlocked the genetic make-up of the coronavirus within days of the outbreak - which is vital for tests and vaccines

-- (April 11th 2020) (The Guardian) China clamping down on coronavirus research, deleted pages suggest

-- (April 12th 2020) (Breitbart) NJ Gov. Murphy Calls for a ‘Post-Mortem’ Coronavirus Investigation

-- (April 12th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘China Was Not Truthful’: Ex-FDA Chief Scott Gottlieb Explains How Beijing Misled The World About Coronavirus

-- (April 13th 2020) (CNN) China's PLA Navy is controlling coronavirus and aircraft carrier's deployment proves it, report says

-- (April 13th 2020) (The Times of Israel) Xi Jinping’s China did this

-- (April 13th 2020) (WSJ) China Still Misleads the World on the Coronavirus

-- (April 14th 2020) (Daily Caller) Republican Senators Demand Answers From WHO For Its Role In China’s Coronavirus Coverup

-- (April 14th 2020) (Daily Caller) Ted Cruz Rips Jim Acosta For ‘Apologizing For The Communist Party Of China’

-- (April 14th 2020) (FOX) Don Jr. blasts Jim Acosta for saying Trump is 'scapegoating' China for virus: 'Maybe time for a name change from CNN to Xi NN'

-- (April 14th 2020) (NYT) Trump Stops U.S. Funding of W.H.O.; U.K. Coronavirus Deaths May Be Higher Than Official Toll

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Guardian) William Hague: China must cooperate over source of Covid-19 outbreak

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Erin O'Toole SLAMS China and the WHO for corruption

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) The WHO supports reopening China's wet markets

-- (April 15th 2020) (Breitbart) Report: China Quietly Keeping Residences Quarantined Despite ‘Reopening’ Wuhan

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) AP: China Hid Pandemic Status Of Coronavirus For Six Days

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy: Coronavirus Crisis Is ‘Not Because Of Anything That China Did’

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) REPORT: Coronavirus Came From Wuhan Laboratory, Part Of China Trying To ‘Compete’ With America

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) WHO Chief Said In February Coronavirus Could Be ‘Controlled Easily’ And Praised Xi Jinping’s ‘Personal Leadership’

-- (April 15th 2020) (Reuters) China concealed the early coronavirus outbreak, former MI6 spymaster says

-- (April 16th 2020) (CNN) Beijing tightens grip over coronavirus research, amid US-China row on virus origin

-- (April 16th 2020) (Daily Caller) Asked Whether China Censored Early Coronavirus Data, Senior WHO Official Said He ‘Didn’t Look’

-- (April 17th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Macron questions China's handling of outbreak

-- (April 17th 2020) (Daily Caller) Anthony Fauci Says He Doesn’t ‘Feel Confident At All’ In China’s Coronavirus Numbers

-- (April 17th 2020) (Daily Caller) Trump Says Country With Most Coronavirus Deaths ‘Has To Be China’

-- (April 17th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) China denies cover-up as Wuhan coronavirus deaths revised up 50%

-- (April 17th 2020) (True North) Chinese ambassador says China not to blame for coronavirus pandemic

-- (April 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘China Doesn’t Need To Ask To Be Praised’

-- (April 18th 2020) (NYT) A Key G.O.P. Strategy: Blame China. But Trump Goes Off Message.

-- (April 19th 2020) (Breitbart) CNN’s Zakaria: Blaming China for Coronavirus Spread Changes Nothing

-- (April 19th 2020) (Daily Caller) How China’s Coronavirus Cover-Up Happened

-- (April 19th 2020) (Reuters) Australia demands coronavirus enquiry, adding to pressure on China

-- (April 19th 2020) (The Guardian) Trump is playing a deadly game in deflecting Covid-19 blame to China

-- (April 20th 2020) (Asia Times) How China hid ‘tens of thousands’ of virus deaths

-- (April 20th 2020) (Breitbart) Navarro: China Might Have Withheld Data So They Can Sell Coronavirus Vaccine

-- (April 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Suppressed The Truth About Coronavirus. Top WHO Officials Keep Praising China’s ‘Transparency’

-- (April 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) HHS Criticizes WHO For Reliance On China, Says HHS Employees Working At WHO Were Not ‘Decision Makers’

-- (April 20th 2020) (Sky News) China used WHO in a bid to open Australia's borders

-- (April 21st 2020) (WSJ) China Bat Expert Says Her Wuhan Lab Wasn’t Source of New Coronavirus

^^ (April 21st 2020) (Daily Caller) Wall Street Journal Leaves Out Crucial Detail In Report On China’s ‘Bat Woman’

-- (April 21st 2020) (Daily Caller) Russia, China, Iran Acting In Tandem To Paint COVID-19 As An American Bioweapon, State Dept Report Suggests

-- (April 21st 2020) (Daily Caller) China Critic Gordon Chang Says There Is ‘Zero’ Credence To The Claim That Wuhan Lab Had Nothing To Do With Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (April 21st 2020) (Daily Caller) China Rejects Calls For International Investigation Into Its Coronavirus Handling

-- (April 21st 2020) (WSJ) China’s Coronavirus Culpability

-- (April 22nd 2020) (Daily Caller) These Politicians Have Emerged As China’s Biggest Defenders

-- (April 22nd 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) Arrows targeting China will hurt Biden: Global Times editorial

-- (April 22nd 2020) (The National Pulse) Sec. Pompeo Unloads on WHO & CCP: Alleges ‘Cover Up’, Destruction of Samples, And ‘Failure’

-- (April 22nd 2020) (The Post Millennial) Grammarly does the WHO’s bidding by censoring phrases like 'China Virus'

-- (April 22nd 2020) (The Times) Coronavirus: China bars safety experts from Wuhan lab

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) China Sends $30 Million to W.H.O. After U.S. Freezes Funding

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) Hayward: Chinese Media Threatens Lawsuits Against U.S. for AIDS Deaths

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) China: We Can’t Dismiss America as Coronavirus Origin Until U.S. Proves Otherwise

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Reuters) Australia says all WHO members should back coronavirus inquiry

-- (April 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) China coronavirus cases may have been four times official figure, says study

-- (April 24th 2020) (NYT) (Telegraph) Pressured by China, E.U. Softens Report on Covid-19 Disinformation 

-- (April 25th 2020) (Daily Mail) UK government REMOVES China from its official coronavirus death toll comparison amid global outrage at Beijing's 'cover-up' and disbelief that the country has only had 4,636 deaths

-- (April 26th 2020) (Daily Caller) Conservatives Want To Know Why Twitter Is Targeting Right-Wing Misinfo While Giving China, WHO A Pass

-- (April 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Exclusive — Federal Health Officials Investigating Wuhan Lab Suspected of Leaking Coronavirus, Taxpayer Grants to Lab

-- (April 27th 2020) (Breitbart) China Warns Australia: Drop Coronavirus Probe or Pay an Economic Price

-- (April 27th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘World Should Have Listened’: WHO Chief Shames Officials For Not Heeding Its COVID Warnings Despite Reliance On China’s False Info

-- (April 27th 2020) (Daily Caller) Cheat Sheet: Here’s How China Lied And Suppressed Information About The Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (April 28th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau Liberals may use your taxpayer dollars to reward the CCP-corrupted WHO

-- (April 29th 2020) (Daily Caller) White House Investigating Ways To Hold China ‘Accountable’ For Coronavirus Spread, Senior Aides Claim

-- (April 29th 2020) (The Guardian) China bristles at Australia's call for investigation into coronavirus origin

-- (April 30th 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) WHO Says China Blocking It From Investigation Into Coronavirus Origin

-- (April 30th 2020) (The Guardian) Chris Patten urges UK to investigate origins of coronavirus in China

-- (May 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) EXCLUSIVE: Majority Of Intelligence Community Agencies Believe Coronavirus Leaked Out Of Wuhan Lab, Senior Intel Official Says

-- (May 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) China’s Coronavirus Cover-Up Rips Pages From Soviet Chernobyl Playbook: Report

-- (May 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) China Lego-Style Propaganda Video Mocks U.S. Coronavirus Response

-- (May 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) DHS Report Says China Lied About Extent Of Pandemic In Order To Hoard Medical Supplies

-- (May 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) Trump: China Was Complicit in Letting Coronavirus Spread to the World

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese State Media Calls Canada ‘Giant Baby’ for ‘Bashing’ World Health Organization

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese Media: Pompeo ‘Bluffing’ by Linking Coronavirus to Wuhan Lab

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese Media: U.S. Must Listen to ‘Civilized World’ and Stop Questioning Communist Party

-- (May 4th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Intelligence suggests China withheld data from the WHO in order to hoard medical supplies

-- (May 4th 2020) (WSJ) Chinese Media Denounce Pompeo Allegation That Coronavirus Can Be Traced to Wuhan Lab

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) Chinese Ambassador Criticizes Americans Who Blame China For COVID-19

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) EU Let China Censor Ambassador’s Op-Ed By Removing Reference To Coronavirus Originating In China

-- (May 6th 2020) (The Guardian) Raging at China over coronavirus won't help – scrutinising our own governments might

-- (May 6th 2020) (WSJ) China Challenges Pompeo to Show Proof Coronavirus Came From Wuhan Lab

-- (May 6th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Makes Diplomatic Push for Taiwan to Attend WHO Summit

-- (May 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) House Republicans Launch ‘China Task Force’ To Investigate Coronavirus Mishandling

-- (May 7th 2020) (NYT) The Chinese Lab Theory

-- (May 8th 2020) (Reuters) China says Taiwan's bid to attend key WHO meeting will fail

-- (May 9th 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) (The National Pulse) China Asked The WHO To Help Cover Up Coronavirus, German Intelligence Concludes  

-- (May 11th 2020) (Daily Caller) 18 Attorneys General Call For Congressional Probe Into China’s Efforts To Mislead The World About Coronavirus

-- (May 12th 2020) (Foreign Policy) Leaked Chinese Virus Database Covers 230 Cities, 640,000 Updates

-- (May 12th 2020) (Newsweek) EXCLUSIVE: AS CHINA HOARDED MEDICAL SUPPLIES, THE CIA BELIEVES IT TRIED TO STOP THE WHO FROM SOUNDING THE ALARM ON THE PANDEMIC

-- (May 12th 2020) (The Guardian) New Zealand backs Taiwan joining the WHO despite China rebuke

-- (May 12th 2020) (The Post Millennial) WHO sides with China in refusal to invite Taiwan to annual summit

-- (May 13th 2020) (Daily Caller) Confirmed: China Pressured WHO Against Declaring Coronavirus Global Health Emergency

-- (May 14th 2020) (Daily Caller) Report: China Threatens To Sanction US Politicians For Criticizing Coronavirus Misinformation

-- (May 14th 2020) (Daily Caller) EXCLUSIVE: Senate Republicans Mobilizing To Confront China, Including Investigations, Sanctions And ‘Seizure Of Chinese Government Assets’

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Australia is not the only country asking questions about the origins of coronavirus, and China is not happy

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) China may have 640,000 or more coronavirus cases according to new leaked data

-- (May 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) Pelosi Calls President Trump’s China Criticism A ‘Diversion’

-- (May 16th 2020) (Daily Caller) WHO Director-General Tedros ‘Can Sometimes Be A Bit Naive,’ Advisers Say Of China Praise: Report

-- (May 17th 2020) (Breitbart) Navarro: China Deliberately Allowed Coronavirus to Spread Outside Its Borders

-- (May 17th 2020) (Daily Caller) Chinese Official Confirms That China Ordered Labs To Destroy Coronavirus Samples

-- (May 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) Chinese Spox Who Suggested US Army Introduced Virus Into China Says It’s Too Early For A Probe

-- (May 18th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) U.S.-China Feud Over Coronavirus Erupts at World Health Assembly

-- (May 18th 2020) (NYT) Trump Threatens to Leave W.H.O. and Permanently End Funding

-- (May 18th 2020) (The Guardian) China backs 'comprehensive review' of pandemic

-- (May 19th 2020) (Breitbart) Republicans on House Coronavirus Committee Ask Democrats to Investigate China

-- (May 19th 2020) (Breitbart) ‘Puppet of China’: Trump Warns W.H.O. to Reform or Permanently Lose U.S. Funding

-- (May 19th 2020) (NYT) W.H.O. Members Reject Trump’s Demands but Agree to Study Its Virus Response

DONATION DIPLOMACY

-- (February 3rd 2020) (The Guardian) China issues 'urgent' appeal for protective medical equipment - as it happened

-- (March 18th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Canada sent 16 tonnes of medical equipment to China, now faces shortage

-- (March 18th 2020) (WSJ) Chinese Doctors and Supplies Arrive in Italy

-- (March 26th 2020) (Daily Caller) Trudeau Sent 17 Tons Of Coronavirus Protective Supplies To China — Now Canada Running Low

-- (March 28th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Was Lauded As New ‘Global Leader’ For Distributing Medical Equipment To Fight Coronavirus, But Most Of That Equipment Is Reportedly Defective

-- (March 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) Here’s A List Of Countries That Received Faulty Coronavirus Medical Supplies From China

-- (March 31st 2020) (Breitbart) China Blames Other Countries for Its Faulty Medical Equipment

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) (WSJ) Patriots Team Plane to Fly 1.2 Million Masks from China to the United States

-- (April 3rd 2020) (The National Pulse) China Took Medical Supplies From Switzerland Despite European Shortages

-- (April 4th 2020) (Daily Caller) Cuomo Says China Is Donating 1,000 Ventilators To New York

-- (April 4th 2020) (The National Pulse) Bush Foundation Sent 2 Million Masks To China Despite Domestic Shortages

-- (April 4th 2020) (Spectator) Italy gave China PPE to help with coronavirus — then China made them buy it back

-- (April 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) 3M Will Send China-Produced Respirators To Canada For COVID-19 Crisis

-- (April 7th 2020) (Breitbart) Gowdy: U.S. Can Hit China ‘Where It Hurts the Most’ for Hoarding PPE

-- (April 8th 2020) (Breitbart) China Accuses U.S. of ‘Scooping Up Medical Supplies Worldwide’

-- (April 8th 2020) (The Post Millennial) 62,000 Chinese surgical masks recalled in Toronto due to low quality

-- (April 14th 2020) (NYT) China’s ‘Donation Diplomacy’ Raises Tensions With U.S.

-- (April 16th 2020) (english.alaraby.co.uk) China's coronavirus aid to Syria fits inside just two cardboard boxes

-- (April 16th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau government gives $828,000 grant to Wuhan lab where virus may have originated

-- (April 19th 2020) (The Seattle Times) UW Medicine halts use of coronavirus testing kits airlifted from China after some had contamination

-- (April 20th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Scheer demands Trudeau government pull $41 million in aid from China

-- (April 21st 2020) (Politico) Trudeau: Canadian planes sent to China to pick up medical supplies returned empty

-- (April 22nd 2020) (AP)  (WSJ) US to boost aid to Greenland in bid to counter Russia, China 

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Daily Caller) China Donates $30 Million To WHO After America Suspends Financial Support

-- (April 24th 2020) (NYT) Frantic for Coronavirus Gear, Americans in Need Turn to China’s Elite

-- (April 30th 2020) (globalnews.ca) United Front groups in Canada helped Beijing stockpile coronavirus safety supplies

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Required Nations To Praise Its Regime Before Receiving Medical Aid

-- (May 9th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau government rejects EIGHT MILLION face masks from China

-- (May 13th 2020) (Daily Caller) Bosnian Prosecutors Say China Sent Them Useless Ventilators, Senior Official In Charge Of Deal To Be Investigated

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Canada running out of masks again thanks to botched purchase from China

THE SPREAD

-- (January 2nd 2020) (CBS) Mystery pneumonia outbreak in China sparks fear of deadly SARS virus

-- (January 5th 2020) (BBC) China pneumonia: Sars ruled out as dozens fall ill in Wuhan

-- (January 6th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) China Grapples With Mystery Pneumonia-Like Illness

-- (January 7th 2020) (The Guardian) China mystery illness: travellers checked as officials fear lunar new year could spread bug

-- (January 8th 2020) (NYT)  (WSJ) New Virus Discovered by Chinese Scientists Investigating Pneumonia Outbreak

-- (January 10th 2020) (Reuters) (NYT) (The Guardian) China Reports First Death From New Virus

-- (January 15th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) Japan and Thailand Confirm New Cases of Chinese Coronavirus

-- (January 17th 2020) (NYT) Three U.S. Airports to Check Passengers for a Deadly Chinese Coronavirus

-- (January 17th 2020) (WSJ) CDC to Screen Travelers From Central China for New Virus

-- (January 17th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: more cases and second death reported in China

-- (January 18th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Reports 17 New Cases in Viral Pneumonia Outbreak

-- (January 20th 2020) (BBC) (WSJ) New China virus: Cases triple as infection spreads to Beijing and Shanghai

-- (January 21st 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) First Patient With Wuhan Coronavirus Is Identified in the U.S.

-- (January 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Australian man tested for coronavirus after returning from China with respiratory illness

-- (January 21st 2020) (WSJ) China Virus Kills Two More Patients as Authorities Step Up Control Measures

-- (January 22nd 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: China advises against travel to Wuhan as deaths surge

-- (January 22nd 2020) (The Epoch Times) Fears Mount as Cases of China’s Viral Pneumonia Surge Exponentially

-- (January 22nd 2020) (WSJ) China Coronavirus Cases Pass 400

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs in China, and a Lockdown Widens

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) China's Battle With a Deadly Coronavirus, In Photos

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Post Millennial) Wuhan residents ‘dropping in streets’ after city is quarantined

-- (January 24th 2020) (BBC) China coronavirus: Death toll rises as more cities restrict travel

-- (January 24th 2020) (BBC) China coronavirus: UK tracing up to 2,000 Wuhan visitors

-- (January 24th 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) CDC Confirms Wuhan Coronavirus Case In Chicago As China Locks Down Travel In More Cities

-- (January 24th 2020) (Daily Mail) 'We're all trapped now': Wuhan residents say they have ALL been left to catch China's deadly coronavirus as city orders total lockdown – as country reports 41 people have died and more than 1,200 infected

-- (January 24th 2020) (NYT) Toll From Outbreak Climbs in China as Infections Reach Europe and Australia

-- (January 25th 2020) (Breitbart) (The Post Millennial) First coronavirus case in Canada confirmed

-- (January 25th 2020) (BBC) China coronavirus: Death toll rises as disease spreads

-- (January 25th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Spurs China to Suspend Tours Abroad and Xi to Warn of a ‘Grave Situation’

-- (January 25th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: number infected hits 1,400 worldwide – today's developments

-- (January 25th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus spread accelerating in China, says Xi Jinping

-- (January 26th 2020) (Daily Caller) Fifth Case Of Coronavirus In US Occurs As Death Toll Climbs In China

-- (January 26th 2020) (NYT) More U.S. Coronavirus Cases Emerge, as China’s Death Toll Rises

-- (January 26th 2020) (NYT) California Confirms Coronavirus Patient, Marking Third U.S. Case

-- (January 26th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus's ability to spread getting stronger, China suggests

-- (January 27th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Death toll rises to 82 as China extends holiday

-- (January 27th 2020) (Breitbart) China Warns of ‘Contagious Agents’ as Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs to 80

-- (January 27th 2020) (NYT) As Virus Spreads, Anger Floods Chinese Social Media

-- (January 27th 2020) (The Guardian) China virus death toll hits 82 as 73 test negative in UK – as it happened

-- (January 28th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Death toll climbs to 106 as China tightens measures

-- (January 28th 2020) (Breitbart) U.S. Issues Highest Travel Warning as Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs to 106, China Scrambles to Respond

-- (January 28th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus: Death Toll Climbs, and So Does the Number of Infections

-- (January 28th 2020) (The Guardian) Germany confirms first human transmission of Wuhan virus in Europe – as it happened

-- (January 29th 2020) (Daily Caller) Americans Evacuate China, Land In California As Coronavirus Continues To Spread

-- (January 29th 2020) (NYT) More Than 7,700 Cases of Coronavirus Recorded Worldwide

-- (January 29th 2020) (NYT) As Coronavirus Explodes in China, Countries Struggle to Control Its Spread

-- (January 29th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Spreads, and the World Pays for China’s Dictatorship

-- (January 29th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: Japan and US fly citizens home as China death toll jumps

-- (January 30th 2020) (NYT) Deaths Surpass 200, and State Department Urges Against Travel to China

-- (January 30th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) W.H.O. Declares Global Emergency as Wuhan Coronavirus Spreads

-- (January 30th 2020) (RT) Russia closes its Far East border with China in attempt to prevent spread of new coronavirus

-- (January 30th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus deaths leap in China as countries struggle to evacuate citizens

-- (January 30th 2020) (The Guardian) Disabled teenager in China dies at home alone after relatives quarantined

-- (January 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) GOP Congressman Calls For Travel Ban To China As Coronavirus Spreads

-- (January 31st 2020) (Daily Caller) (NYT) (The Hill) (WSJ) As Virus Spreads, U.S. Temporarily Bars Foreigners Who’ve Visited China 

-- (January 31st 2020) (NYT) 195 Quarantined in California After Fleeing Coronavirus Epicenter

-- (January 31st 2020) (The Guardian) China death toll rises to 258 - today's developments as they happened

-- (February 1st 2020) (BBC) (Daily Caller) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) First Coronavirus Death Outside China Reported

-- (February 1st 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus deaths hit 259 as China voices anger at US travel ban

-- (February 2nd 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Coronavirus in New York: 2 More Possible Cases in City Are Identified 

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) Beijing Sees ‘Major Test’ as Doors to China Close and Coronavirus Deaths Surpass SARS

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) Deaths in China Rise, With No Sign of Slowdown

-- (February 6th 2020) (NYT) Wuhan Rounds Up the Infected as Death Toll in China Jumps

-- (February 6th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Plans Last Flights From Wuhan After China Logs Deadliest Day for Coronavirus

-- (February 7th 2020) (NYT) An American Dies From the Virus in Wuhan, China

-- (February 7th 2020) (NYT) New Report on 138 Coronavirus Cases Reveals Disturbing Details

-- (February 7th 2020) (The Guardian) Wuhan facing 'wartime conditions' as global coronavirus deaths reach 724

-- (February 8th 2020) (NYT) Deaths in China From Coronavirus Reach 811, Surpassing SARS Toll

-- (February 8th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) First American Dies of Coronavirus, Raising Questions About U.S. Response 

-- (February 9th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Coronavirus Epidemic Reaches Bleak Milestone, Exceeding SARS Toll 

-- (February 10th 2020) (NYT) A Grim Landmark as Official Death Toll in China Tops 1,000

-- (February 12th 2020) (AP) (The Guardian) Fall in new cases raises hope in virus outbreak in China 

-- (February 12th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus latest updates: deaths in China pass 1,300 with huge jump in cases – live news

-- (February 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus latest updates: first confirmed case in Africa – as it happened

-- (February 15th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: 70 more cases on Japan cruise ship as China infections pass 68,000

-- (February 16th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: China announces drop in new cases for third straight day

-- (February 17th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese health report says 80% of virus cases have been mild

-- (February 18th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Epidemic Keeps Growing, but Spread in China Slows

-- (February 18th 2020) (WSJ) Amid Coronavirus, the World Closes Its Doors to China: ‘I Feel So Isolated’

-- (February 18th 2020) (WSJ) China Touts Fall in New Coronavirus Infections, Deaths

-- (February 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus kills young Wuhan doctor as hundreds infected in China's prisons

-- (February 22nd 2020) (Breitbart) Study: Two-Thirds of Coronavirus Cases from China Undetected Worldwide

-- (February 22nd 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: more deaths confirmed as authorities around the world struggle to contain outbreak – latest updates 

-- (February 23rd 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Spreads Outside China as Officials’ Worries Mount

-- (February 24th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: seventh person dies in Italy amid confusion over death toll in Iran – live updates

-- (February 24th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus’s Global Spread May Not Be Contained, WHO Says

-- (February 25th 2020) (NY Post) CDC urges Americans to prepare for coronavirus outbreak: ‘This might be bad’

-- (February 26th 2020) (The Guardian) China: child found home alone with dead grandfather amid coronavirus lockdown

-- (February 26th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: South Korean cases surge as WHO says world not ready for pandemic - live updates

-- (March 1st 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus: Over 87,000 Infected Globally, Nearly 3,000 Dead

-- (March 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) Four more deaths announced in US – as it happened

-- (March 6th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Cases Near 100,000 as Countries Struggle to Contain Spread

-- (March 7th 2020) (BBC) (The Guardian) (The Post Millennial) WATCH: Hotel in China holding quarantined coronavirus patients collapses

-- (March 10th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Cases of Coronavirus Surpass 1,000; British Health Minister Is Infected

-- (March 11th 2020) (WSJ) Strategic Partnership With China Lies at Root of Iran’s Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (March 16th 2020) (The Guardian) Canada closes borders to foreigners – as it happened

-- (March 17th 2020) (Breitbart) China’s Coronavirus Infects 18 Elderly in Illinois Nursing Home

-- (March 18th 2020) (The Guardian) China sends doctors and masks overseas as domestic coronavirus infections drop

-- (March 18th 2020) (BBC) (NYT) China Hits a Coronavirus Milestone: No New Local Infections

-- (March 18th 2020) (NYT) Its Coronavirus Cases Dwindling, China Turns Focus Outward

-- (March 19th 2020) (WSJ) Italy’s Coronavirus Death Toll Overtakes China’s

-- (March 20th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus as it happened: global cases top quarter of a million, as Italy sees biggest daily rise in deaths

-- (March 20th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus tightens grip on US as China reports second day with no domestic cases

-- (March 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Wuhan eases coronavirus lockdown as restrictions intensify outside China

-- (March 25th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus death toll in Spain overtakes China

-- (March 25th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Lockdown Begins in India, as Global Cases Pass 420,000

-- (March 26th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) U.S. Coronavirus Cases Surpass Those of China, Italy

-- (March 27th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus travel: China bars foreign visitors as imported cases rise

-- (March 31st 2020) (The Guardian) China gets mixed results in its attempt to lift lockdown

-- (April 4th 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) 430,000 People Have Traveled From China to U.S. Since Coronavirus Surfaced

-- (April 6th 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus: Thousands Swarm Chinese Tourist Sites as Wuhan Told to Stay Home

-- (April 6th 2020) (The Post Millennial) China's tourist sites crowded with visitors after lockdown lifts

-- (April 7th 2020) (The Guardian) China reports zero daily deaths from coronavirus for the first time since January

-- (April 8th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Lifts Lockdown Restrictions On Wuhan After 76 Days

-- (April 11st 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Caseload Tops 1.6 Million, as Countries Greet Easter Weekend with Lockdowns

-- (April 14th 2020) (WSJ) China Tightens Russia Border to Stem Surge of Coronavirus Cases

-- (April 16th 2020) (NYT) As Coronavirus Fades in China, Nationalism and Xenophobia Flare

-- (April 18th 2020) (The Guardian) Trump warns China over Covid-19 outbreak as Europe approaches 100,000 deaths

-- (April 18th 2020) (The Guardian) Spain's PM to ask for lockdown extension as deaths top 20,000 – as it happened

-- (April 28th 2020) (The Guardian) Known global Covid-19 deaths pass 215,000 – as it happened

-- (May 10th 2020) (Reuters) (The Guardian) Northeast China hit by coronavirus infections, Wuhan reports new case 

-- (May 13th 2020) (Bloomberg) China Seals Off Cities Near North Korea as New Clusters Grow

-- (May 15th 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) Shulan outbreak puts 8,000 in quarantine

-- (May 17th 2020) (WSJ) China Reimposes Restrictions in Another City as New Virus Cases Emerge

-- (May 18th 2020) (Gizmodo) 108 Million People in China Put Into Lockdown After 34 New Coronavirus Cases Detected

-- (May 19th 2020) (The Guardian) Australia's death toll reaches 100 while federal childcare report to remain under wraps – as it happened

-- (May 19th 2020) (The Guardian) China puts city of Shulan under Wuhan-style lockdown after fresh Covid-19 cases

-- (May 20th 2020) (WSJ) New Coronavirus Outbreak in China Prompts Limited Lockdown

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) After New Coronavirus Outbreaks, China Imposes Wuhan-Style Lockdown

China Spying/Hacking

-- (June 1st 2011) (Reuters) Google reveals Gmail hacking, says likely from China 

-- (April 1st 2015) (EFF) "China Uses Unencrypted Websites to Hijack Browsers in GitHub Attack" 

-- (April 16th 2015) (NYT) Chinese Journalist Sentenced to 7 Years on Charges of Leaking State Secrets

-- (June 4th 2015) (NYT) Breach in a Federal Computer System Exposes Personnel Data

--- "The Obama administration on Thursday announced what appeared to be one of the largest breaches of federal personnel data, involving at least four million current and former government employees, in an intrusion that federal officials say apparently originated in China."

-- (September 22nd 2015) (NYT) China Formally Arrests U.S. Citizen Accused of Stealing State Secrets

-- (September 23rd 2015) (Breitbart) Pentagon Confirms Chinese Intercept of U.S. Spy Plane 

-- (April 11th 2016) (NYT) Navy Officer May Be Charged With Espionage, Officials Say

--- "The Navy is weighing charges of espionage against an officer who is a naturalized American citizen and has been under investigation since last year on suspicion of providing secret information to China and Taiwan, United States officials said."

-- (August 1st 2016) (NYT) F.B.I. Employee Pleads Guilty to Acting as an Agent of China

--- "The authorities secured a guilty plea on Monday from a longtime employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation accused of lying about his relationship with a Chinese technology company and various Chinese associates. The government charged that the F.B.I. employee, Kun Shan Chun, had “expressed a willingness to facilitate the passage of sensitive United States government information” to his Chinese associates, including individuals with connections to the Chinese government."

-- (November 15th 2016) (NYT) Secret Backdoor in Some U.S. Phones Sent Data to China, Analysts Say

--- "For about $50, you can get a smartphone with a high-definition display, fast data service and, according to security contractors, a secret feature: a backdoor that sends all your text messages to China every 72 hours."

-- (December 7th 2016) (Fortune) Exclusive: China Stole Data From Major U.S. Law Firms 

-- (January 11th 2017) (CBC) "Big Brother collecting big data — and in China, it's all for sale" 

-- (March 30th 2017) (The Globe and Mail) China hack cost Ottawa ‘hundreds of millions,’ documents show 

--- "China's state-sponsored cyberattack on the National Research Council's computer infrastructure cost Ottawa hundreds of millions of dollars, according to federal documents that shed light on fallout from the 2014 breach."

-- (April 29th 2017) (NYT) China Deports American Woman Convicted on Spying Charge

-- (May 20th 2017) (Reuters) China killed CIA sources, hobbled U.S. spying from 2010 to 2012: NYT 

-- (August 24th 2017) (CNN) FBI arrests Chinese national connected to malware used in OPM data breach 

-- (September 16th 2017) (Scotland Herald) China accused of being behind recent cyber attack on Scottish Parliament 

-- (September 29th 2017) (Free Beacon) FBI Eyes China in Posting Hacked Documents on Chinese Dissident 

--- "FBI agents are conducting an investigation into the cyber attack earlier this month that penetrated information systems at the law firm Clark Hill, according to people familiar with the investigation."

-- (October 4th 2017) (NYT) A New Zealand Lawmaker’s Spy-Linked Past Raises Alarms on China’s Reach

-- (November 20th 2017) (The Guardian) How China made Victoria's Secret a pawn in its ruthless global game 

--- "Victoria’s Secret staff are said to believe their emails are being watched. To which seasoned business travellers to China might respond: why do you think we’ve been carrying burner phones and disposable laptops there for years?"

-- (December 11th 2017) (NYT) Germany Accuses China of Using LinkedIn to Recruit Informants

-- (January 16th 2018) (NYT) Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested

-- (January 17th 2018) (NYT) Hunting a C.I.A. Mole, Agents Gambled and Let a Suspect Return to China

-- (April 5th 2018) (Breitbart) FCC Finally Acting on Reports that China Embeds ‘Backdoors’ into Technology Exports ‘that Can Disrupt the U.S. Economic System’ 

-- (April 12th 2018) (Breitbart) Sweden Charges Man with Spying on Tibetans for China 

-- (May 29th 2018) (Business Insider) China's communist party has so much power in New Zealand that western countries might stop sharing intelligence 

-- (June 5th 2018) (NYT) U.S. Army Veteran Tried to Spy for China, Officials Say

-- (July 19th 2018) (Breitbart) FBI Director: Chinese Espionage ‘Most Significant Threat We Face as a Country’

-- (August 4th 2018) (Breitbart) Reports: Dianne Feinstein’s Longtime Driver Was a Chinese Spy 

-- (August 27th 2018) (Daily Caller) SOURCES: China Hacked Hillary Clinton’s Private Email Server 

--- "A Chinese-owned company penetrated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server, according to sources briefed on the matter."

-- (September 25th 2018) (NYT) U.S. Army Reservist Is Accused of Spying for China

-- (September 27th 2018) (NYT) China Rejects Trump’s Charges of Meddling in U.S. Elections

-- (October 8th 2018) (Breitbart) Companies, Universities Hire Chinese Researchers, Ignore National Security Worries 

-- (October 10th 2018) (justice.gov) Chinese Intelligence Officer Charged with Economic Espionage Involving Theft of Trade Secrets from Leading U.S. Aviation Companies

--- "A Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS) operative, Yanjun Xu, aka Qu Hui, aka Zhang Hui, has been arrested and charged with conspiring and attempting to commit economic espionage and steal trade secrets from multiple U.S. aviation and aerospace companies. Xu was extradited to the United States yesterday."

-- (October 30th 2018) (NYT) Chinese Military May Gain From Western University Ties, Report Warns

-- (November 1st 2018) (Breitbart) China Calls U.S. Espionage Charges ‘Sheer Fiction’ 

-- (November 13th 2018) (NYT) Australia’s Prime Minister ‘Surprised’ by State’s Secret Deal With China

-- (November 29th 2018) (NYT) After a Hiatus, China Accelerates Cyberspying Efforts to Obtain U.S. Technology

-- (December 1st 2018) (Breitbart) Report: China Demands Tech Companies Keep ‘Detailed Records’ of User Activity 

--- "“The new rules from China’s internet regulator went into effect Friday,” reported CNN Business. “The new requirements apply to any company that provides online services which can influence public opinion or ‘mobilize the public to engage in specific activities,’ according to a notice posted on the Cyber Administration of China’s website earlier this month.”"

-- (December 11th 2018) (NYT) Marriott Data Breach Is Traced to Chinese Hackers as U.S. Readies Crackdown on Beijing

--- "The cyberattack on the Marriott hotel chain that collected personal details of roughly 500 million guests was part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering effort that also hacked health insurers and the security clearance files of millions more Americans, according to two people briefed on the investigation."

-- (December 14th 2018) (Reuters) Chinese hackers targeting U.S. Navy contractors with multiple breaches: WSJ 

--- "Chinese hackers have breached U.S. Navy contractors to steal a raft of information, including missile plans, through what some officials describe as some of the most debilitating cyber campaigns linked to Beijing, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday."

-- (January 10th 2019) (MIT Technology Review) When Chinese hackers declared war on the rest of us 

--- "Many thought the internet would bring democracy to China. Instead it empowered rampant government oppression, and now the censors are turning their attention to the rest of the world."

-- (January 15th 2019) (NYT) Huawei’s Reclusive Founder Rejects Spying and Praises Trump

-- (January 22nd 2019) (The Guardian) 'I'm being watched': Anne-Marie Brady, the China critic living in fear of Beijing 

--- "New Zealand academic says Chinese intimidation tactics she has studied are now being used against her"

-- (January 23rd 2019) (NYT) Chinese-Australian Writer Yang Hengjun Detained in China

-- (January 24th 2019) (NYT) China Says Australian Writer Is Suspected of National Security Crimes

-- (February 14th 2019) (NYT) Sweden Investigates Its Ambassador to China After Report of Secret Talks to Free Publisher

-- (March 4th 2019) (Breitbart) China Accuses Detained Canadians of Stealing ‘Sensitive Information’ 

-- (March 15th 2019) (justice.gov) Former Defense Intelligence Officer Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage 

--- "Ron Rockwell Hansen, 58, a resident of Syracuse, Utah, and a former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer, pleaded guilty today in the District of Utah in connection with his attempted transmission of national defense information to the People’s Republic of China. Sentencing is set for Sept. 24, 2019."

-- (March 20th 2019) (Free Beacon) Former DIA Officer Who Spied for China Hated Trump 

--- "A former Defense Intelligence Agency officer who spied for China worked secretly as a Beijing agent for five years and revealed in an intercepted phone call he was motivated in part by hatred for President Trump."

-- (April 2nd 2019) (Law and Crime) Chinese National Allegedly Lied Her Way into Mar-a-Lago, Had Multiple Phones and Malware with Her 

-- (April 3rd 2019) (NYT) Malware Arrest Exposes Security Gaps at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club

-- (May 1st 2019) (NPR) Former CIA Officer Pleads Guilty To Spying For China 

--- "An ex-CIA officer pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to spying for China, the third separate espionage case in the past year linking a former U.S. intelligence officer to the Asian nation."

-- (May 9th 2019) (justice.gov) "Member of Sophisticated China-Based Hacking Group Indicted for Series of Computer Intrusions, Including 2015 Data Breach of Health Insurer Anthem Inc. Affecting Over 78 Million People" 

-- (May 17th 2019) (NYT) Former C.I.A. Officer Sentenced to 20 Years After Spying for China

-- (June 8th 2019) (Fortune) How China’s Most Popular App Spies on Users for Beijing 

--- "McDonnell waited a day for his WeChat privileges to be restored. When he next tried to log in, he was instructed to tick an “agree and unblock” box confessing that the reason he had been blocked was for “spreading malicious rumors.” He agreed, and was then instructed to hold his phone up, take a photo of his face, and read a series of numbers aloud in Mandarin. After his face and voice had been successfully captured, he received a green tick confirming that his request to regain access to WeChat had been approved."

-- (July 2nd 2019) (justice.gov) Electrical Engineer Convicted of Conspiring to Illegally Export to China Semiconductor Chips with Missile Guidance Applications 

-- (August 16th 2019) (Breitbart) Report: China’s Huawei Helping African Dictators Spy on Opposition 

-- (August 20th 2019) (NYT) British Consular Worker From Hong Kong Feared Detained in China

-- (August 21st 2019) (NYT) China Acknowledges Holding an Employee of Britain’s Hong Kong Consulate

-- (September 1st 2019) (Forbes) iPhone Hackers Caught By Google Also Targeted Android And Microsoft Windows, Say Sources 

--- "Google’s and Microsoft’s operating systems were targeted via the same websites that launched the iPhone hacks, according to the sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. That Android and Windows were targeted is a sign that the hacks were part of a broad, two-year effort that went beyond Apple phones and infected many more than first suspected. One source suggested that the attacks were updated over time for different operating systems as the tech usage of the Uighur community changed. Android and Windows are still the most widely used operating systems in the world. They both remain hugely attractive targets for hackers, be they government-sponsored or criminal."

-- (September 20th 2019) (NYT) China Detains FedEx Pilot Amid Rising U.S.-China Tensions

-- (October 17th 2019) (NYT) China Detains 2 Americans Amid Growing Scrutiny of Foreigners

-- (October 22nd 2019) (NYT) China Sharpens Hacking to Hound Its Minorities, Far and Wide

-- (November 1st 2019) (NYT) Professors, Beware. In China, Student Spies Might Be Watching.

-- (November 6th 2019) (Breitbart) Chinese Communists Infiltrate British Universities, Confiscating Papers and Cancelling Events 

-- (November 19th 2019) (Daily Caller) Foreign-Born Researchers At US Agencies Were Secretly Working For China And Recruiting Others, Senate Report Finds 

-- (December 2nd 2019) (Daily Beast) California Class-Action Lawsuit Accuses TikTok of Illegally Harvesting Data and Sending It to China 

-- (December 9th 2019) (NYT) Sweden Charges Ex-Ambassador to China Over Secret Meetings

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-- (January 10th 2020) (The Guardian) Skype audio graded by workers in China with 'no security measures'

-- (January 15th 2020) (NYT) How China Obtains American Trade Secrets

-- (January 16th 2020) (The Guardian) Former EU envoy investigated over China spying claims

-- (January 16th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Day 402 for Canadians detained by China

-- (January 17th 2020) (WSJ) Thousands of Chinese Students’ Data Exposed on Internet

-- (January 21st 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Turns Up the Spotlight on Chinese Universities

-- (January 28th 2020) (justice.gov) (The National Pulse) Harvard University Professor and Two Chinese Nationals Charged in Three Separate China Related Cases

-- (January 30th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Funding of U.S. Researchers Raises Red Flags 

-- (February 3rd 2020) (Daily Caller) Harvard Professor’s Arrest For Lying About China Ties Is Part Of Ongoing Crackdown On Chinese Government Influence At American Campuses

-- (February 3rd 2020) (sciencemag.org) U.S. prosecutor leading China probe explains effort that led to charges against Harvard chemist

-- (February 6th 2020) (The Guardian) China theft of technology is biggest law enforcement threat to US, FBI says

-- (February 10th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Charges Chinese Military Officers in 2017 Equifax Hacking

-- (February 18th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Designates China’s Official Media as Operatives of the Communist State

-- (February 27th 2020) (Daily Caller) Former Rep Mike Rogers Joins Forces With Chris Christie To Warn FCC About China’s 5G Dominance

-- (March 2nd 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Orders Cap on Chinese State Media Personnel

-- (March 18th 2020) (Breitbart) U.S. Citizen Spying for China Gets Four Years in Prison

-- (March 25th 2020) (Daily Caller) Report Suggests Chinese Groups Ramped Up Digital Attacks On US As Virus Spread Beyond China

-- (March 26th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Officials Push for Expelling Suspected Chinese Spies at Media Outlets

-- (April 4th 2020) (Daily Caller) (The Post Millennial) Zoom Teleconferencing App ‘Mistakenly’ Exposed Data To China

-- (April 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) US Ramps Up Crackdown On China’s Spying Efforts During Coronavirus

-- (April 8th 2020) (The Post Millennial) BlackBerry exposes Chinese-based hacker tools that exploited tech vulnerabilities

-- (April 9th 2020) (Breitbart) AG William Barr: China Far Bigger Threat Than Russia, ‘One of Our Highest Priorities’ in Counterintelligence

-- (April 9th 2020) (Daily Caller) (The GuardianFCC Is ‘Looking At’ Pulling China Telecom’s Rights To US-Based Services, Per Trump Administration’s Request 

-- (April 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) Rep Jordan Wants House Oversight To Stop Using Zoom Over China Concerns, Says One Briefing Was ‘Zoom-Bombed’ Multiple Times

-- (April 14th 2020) (BBC) MPs summon China-owned firm execs over security concerns

-- (April 24th 2020) (The Guardian) UK government told not to use Zoom because of China fears

-- (May 6th 2020) (Breitbart) H.R. McMaster Joins Board of Zoom as Security Concerns Plague China-Linked App

-- (May 10th 2020) (Breitbart) Dozens of Universities Still Partner with Communist China’s Confucius Institute

-- (May 10th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) U.S. to Accuse China of Trying to Hack Vaccine Data, as Virus Redirects Cyberattacks

-- (May 12th 2020) (Breitbart) Tom Cotton: Ban Federally-Funded Researchers from Taking Chinese Government’s Money

-- (May 13th 2020) (BBC) (Daily Caller) (The Guardian) (WSJ) Chinese, Iranian Hacking May Be Hampering Search for Coronavirus Vaccine, Officials Say

-- (May 13th 2020) (justice.gov) Consultant Agrees to Plead Guilty to RICO Offense Related to Bribery Scheme that Enriched L.A. City Councilmember and Associates

--- "Chiang’s plea agreement contains a 22-page “factual basis” that details certain activities of the CD-A criminal enterprise. According to the factual basis, Councilmember A accepted bribes from “Company D,” a China-based real estate development company, which employed Chiang as a consultant. Among other things, Company D funneled $66,000 to an associate of Councilmember A and pledged $100,000 to a political action committee to benefit a relative of Councilmember A running for the CD-A seat on the City Council. In exchange, Councilmember A filed motions and voted to approve Company D’s “Project D” at City hearings."

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) BREAKING: FBI busts Ohio-based researcher for lying about his ties to China

-- (May 17th 2020) (The National Pulse) What is China’s ‘Thousand Talents Program’?

-- (May 19th 2020) (The Guardian) Belgium confirms inquiry into Malta-China spy threat

China's Treatment of Religion

-- (December 11th 2009) (Daily Mail) Christian church in China shut down by hundreds of police and armed thugs 

--- "Police and hired thugs have descended upon a church capable of housing nearly 50,000 worshippers in a violent protest against Christianity. Doors and windows were smashed at the eight-storey Golden Lamp Church and Bibles were seized in the raids, which took place in the northern province of Shanxi. Dozens of worshippers were hospitalised with serious injuries in the clashes, members and activists say."

-- (January 2nd 2016) (NYT) Xinjiang Seethes Under Chinese Crackdown

--- "Families sundered by a wave of detentions. Mosques barred from broadcasting the call to prayer. Restrictions on the movements of laborers that have wreaked havoc on local agriculture. And a battery of ever more intrusive ways to monitor the communications of citizens for possible threats to public security."

-- (May 21st 2016) (NYT) Decapitated Churches in China’s Christian Heartland

-- (April 4th 2017) (Breitbart) China Installs Surveillance Cameras in Churches to Spy on Christians 

-- (April 25th 2017) (NYT) China Bans ‘Muhammad’ and ‘Jihad’ as Baby Names in Heavily Muslim Region

-- (September 29th 2017) (Breitbart) Report: China Orders Muslim Families in Xinjiang to Hand Over Qurans, Prayer Mats 

-- (January 12th 2018) (NYT) Chinese Police Dynamite Christian Megachurch

-- (March 2nd 2018) (Breitbart) NGO: China Using ‘Predictive Policing’ to Put Thousands in Communist ‘Education’ Camps 

-- (April 3rd 2018) (NYT) China Insists on Control of Religion, Dimming Hope of Imminent Vatican Deal

-- (April 5th 2018) (Breitbart) Report: The Holy Bible Removed from Amazon, Other Online Stores in China 

-- (August 2nd 2018) (Washington Post) Ethnic cleansing makes a comeback — in China

--- "If ethnic cleansing takes place in China and nobody is able to hear it, does it make a sound? That’s what millions of Muslims inside the People’s Republic are asking as they watch the Chinese government expand a network of internment camps and systematic human rights abuses designed to stamp out their peoples’ religion and culture."

-- (August 13th 2018) (The Intercept) One Million Muslim Uighurs Have Been Detained by China, the U.N. Says. Where’s the Global Outrage? 

-- (August 13th 2018) (NYT) ‘No Such Thing’: China Denies U.N. Reports of Uighur Detention Camps

-- (September 8th 2018) (NYT) China Is Detaining Muslims in Vast Numbers. The Goal: ‘Transformation.’

-- (September 18th 2018) (NYT) ‘Suffering and Hardship Belong to Me’: A Voice From a Chinese Prison

-- (September 24th 2018) (NYT) With Vatican Talks and Bulldozers, China Aims to Control Christianity

-- (October 10th 2018) (Breitbart) China Legalizes ‘Transformation’ Internment Camps for Muslim Uighurs 

-- (October 10th 2018) (BBC) China Uighurs: Xinjiang legalises 're-education' camps 

--- "Rukiya Maimaiti, a local propaganda official in China’s far west, warned her colleagues to steel themselves for a wrenching task: detaining large numbers of ethnic Uighurs and other Muslim minorities. The Chinese government wanted to purge the Xinjiang region of “extremist” ideas, she told her co-workers, and secular Uighurs like themselves had to support the campaign for the good of their people."

-- (October 13th 2018) (NYT) The Leaders Who Unleashed China’s Mass Detention of Muslims 

--- "Rukiya Maimaiti, a local propaganda official in China’s far west, warned her colleagues to steel themselves for a wrenching task: detaining large numbers of ethnic Uighurs and other Muslim minorities. The Chinese government wanted to purge the Xinjiang region of “extremist” ideas, she told her co-workers, and secular Uighurs like themselves had to support the campaign for the good of their people."

-- (October 16th 2018) (NYT) China Breaks Silence on Muslim Detention Camps, Calling Them ‘Humane’

-- (October 18th 2018) (NYT) Uighur Americans Speak Against China’s Internment Camps. Their Relatives Disappear.

-- (October 24th 2018) (BBC) China's hidden camps: What's happened to the vanished Uighurs of Xinjiang? 

-- (October 27th 2018) (NYT) They Escaped China’s Crackdown, but Now Wait in Limbo

-- (November 6th 2018) (NYT) At U.N., China Defends Mass Detention of Uighur Muslims

-- (November 14th 2018) (NYT) Lawmakers Push Trump to Act Against China on Uighur Detention

-- (November 27th 2018) (Al Jazeera) China vows retaliation if US imposes sanctions over Xinjiang 

--- "China's ambassador to the US says Xinjiang camps to 're-educate terrorists' and China being held to 'double standards'."

-- (December 10th 2018) (SCMP) 100 Christians snatched in overnight raids on underground Chinese church 

--- "Worshippers were taken from their homes and off the streets in coordinated crackdown across Chengdu in Sichuan province. A pastor was among those arrested."

-- (December 13th 2018) (NYT) Pastor Charged With ‘Inciting Subversion’ as China Cracks Down on Churches

-- (December 16th 2018) (NYT) China’s Detention Camps for Muslims Turn to Forced Labor

-- (December 19th 2018) (NYT) Chinese City Bans Christmas Displays Amid Religious Crackdown

-- (December 25th 2018) (NYT) As China Cracks Down on Churches, Christians Declare ‘We Will Not Forfeit Our Faith’

-- (January 2nd 2019) (NYT) China’s Gulag for Muslims

-- (January 5th 2019) (Al Jazeera) China passes law to make Islam 'compatible with socialism' 

-- (January 7th 2019) (Washington Post) China has launched a massive campaign of cultural extermination against the Uighurs

--- "IN AN attempt to defend the gulag in which it has imprisoned hundreds of thousands of Uighurs and other Muslims in the Xinjiang region, China has tried to rebrand concentration camps as centers for “vocational training.” The goal, as a state television broadcast put it, is to “rescue ignorant, backward and poor rural minorities.” That description encapsulates the gross bigotry with which Chinese authorities view the Uighurs, against whom they have launched a massive campaign of cultural extermination."

-- (March 2nd 2019) (NYT) He Needed a Job. China Gave Him One: Locking Up His Fellow Muslims.

-- (March 13th 2019) (NYT) Critic Who Exposed China’s Muslim Camps is Detained, Even Across the Border

-- (March 13th 2019) (NYT) U.S. Steps Up Criticism of China for Detentions in Xinjiang

-- (April 8th 2019) (NYT) With Pressure and Persuasion, China Deflects Criticism of Its Camps for Muslims

-- (April 11st 2019) (Breitbart) Report: China Jailing Uighurs for 15 Years in ‘Re-Education Centers’ for Using Facebook 

-- (April 13th 2019) (NYT) In Australia, Muslims Call for Pressure on China Over Missing Relatives

-- (July 31st 2019) (Reuters) Sign of the times: China's capital orders Arabic, Muslim symbols taken down 

-- (August 9th 2019) (NYT) China Said It Closed Muslim Detention Camps. There’s Reason to Doubt That.

-- (August 15th 2019) (Christian Headlines) Chinese Churches Are Forced to Cancel Children's Summer Camps 

--- "As authorities in Mainland China continue their crackdown on Christian churches, Catholic dioceses in the north are reporting the Communist government is banning educational gatherings for kids, forcing churches to cancel summer camps."

-- (August 28th 2019) (NYT) In Landmark Ceremony, a Catholic Bishop Is Installed in China

-- (August 31st 2019) (NYT) China’s Prisons Swell After Deluge of Arrests Engulfs Muslims

-- (September 21st 2019) (NYT) A Crackdown on Islam Is Spreading Across China 

-- (September 22nd 2019) (SKY News) Video showing hundreds of shackled, blindfolded prisoners in China is 'genuine' 

--- "Human rights groups say China is holding one million people, mostly ethnic Uighurs, at detention camps - a charge Beijing denies."

-- (September 25th 2019) (NYT) China Wants the World to Stay Silent on Muslim Camps. It’s Succeeding.

-- (September 25th 2019) (WIRED) "TikTok—Yes, TikTok—Is the Latest Window Into China’s Police State" 

--- "Expat Uyghurs are gaming the social platform known for fluff to find loopholes in Xinjiang’s information lockdown."

--- "Every so often, Erkin comes across a video that reveals something about the realities of China’s mass surveillance crackdown and brainwashing policy in Xinjiang: a video of a propaganda rally, with Uyghurs singing songs praising the Communist Party of China; footage from inside a Uyghur orphanage for children with parents in detention; crowds of Uyghurs chanting in Mandarin rather than their native Uyghur language; a mosque being demolished. Often he’ll find shots of the deserted streets of once-bustling Kashgar, his now empty home city."

-- (October 17th 2019) (Haaretz) "A Million People Are Jailed at China's Gulags. I Managed to Escape. Here's What Really Goes on Inside" 

--- "Rape, torture and human experiments. Sayragul Sauytbay offers firsthand testimony from a Xinjiang 'reeducation' camp"

-- (October 22nd 2019) (Independent) "Prisoners in China’s Xinjiang concentration camps subjected to gang rape and medical experiments, former detainee says"

-- (November 16th 2019) (NYT) ‘Absolutely No Mercy’: Leaked Files Expose How China Organized Mass Detentions of Muslims 

-- (November 24th 2019) (ICIJ) How China Targets Uighurs ‘One By One’ For Using A Mobile App 

-- (November 24th 2019) (NYT) New Leak Reveals Orders for China’s Internment Camps

-- (November 24th 2019) (NYT) China Didn’t Want Us to Know. Now Its Own Files Are Doing the Talking.

-- (November 25th 2019) (The Verge) WeChat keeps banning Chinese Americans for talking about Hong Kong 

-- (November 26th 2019) (NYT) TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps

-- (November 27th 2019) (Daily Mail) China will censor all classic religious texts to ensure their messages reflect Socialist values 

-- (December 6th 2019) (WIRED) China is trolling and hacking Uighur exiles across the world

--- "Once, Uighurs forced to flee China would at least get some respite. Not anymore"

-- (December 10th 2019) (NYT) 'Absolutely No Mercy' "Secret speeches and leaked government documents reveal how China carried out the internment of as many as a million people"

-- (December 28th 2019) (NYT) In China’s Crackdown on Muslims, Children Have Not Been Spared

-- (December 30th 2019) (NYT) Inside China’s Push to Turn Muslim Minorities Into an Army of Workers

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-- (February 6th 2020) (WSJ) China Shifts to New Phase in Campaign to Control Xinjiang’s Muslims

-- (February 12th 2020) (The Guardian) Uighurs in exile fear spread of coronavirus in China's internment camps

-- (February 17th 2020) (LA Times) (The Guardian) Leaked data show China’s Uighurs detained due to religion

-- (February 23rd 2020) (NYT) Religious Groups in China Step Into the Coronavirus Crisis

-- (March 1st 2020) (Breitbart) (The Guardian) China transferred detained Uighurs to factories used by global brands – report

-- (April 3rd 2020) (Daily Caller) China Denies ‘Religious Prisoners’ Despite Blatant Evidence Of Religious Persecution And Indoctrination Camps

-- (April 7th 2020) (Breitbart) China Shut Down over 300 Protestant Churches in 2019, Purge Continues

-- (April 16th 2020) (Breitbart) New Documentary Slams Vatican Deal with Chinese Communists

-- (April 24th 2020) (Breitbart) Witnesses: China Bulldozed a Church on Easter

-- (April 28th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘A Regime That Fears Religion’: New Report Details China’s Crackdown On Religion

-- (May 8th 2020) (Breitbart) China Conducts Violent Raid on Christian Church, Drags Worshipers Out of Service

-- (May 9th 2020) (NYT) Sister Fights to Free Uighur Held in China After Visit to U.S.

-- (May 10th 2020) (Breitbart) China, Home to World’s Largest Muslim Concentration Camps, Calls Breitbart News Anti-Muslim

China Climate/Health/Drugs

-- (January 24th 2015) (NYT) Despite a Crackdown, Use of Illegal Drugs in China Continues Unabated

-- (January 28th 2015) (NYT) Dystopian Reality of China’s Smog Captured in ‘Airpocalypse’ App

--- "China’s notorious smog can feel like a physical manifestation of the country’s political repression: suffocating, censored and potentially lethal."

-- (May 28th 2015) (NYT) Arrest Underscores China’s Role in the Making and Spread of a Lethal Drug

-- (June 21st 2015) (NYT) In China, Illegal Drugs Are Sold Online in an Unbridled Market

-- (August 13th 2015) (NYT) Study Links Polluted Air in China to 1.6 Million Deaths a Year

--- "Outdoor air pollution contributes to the deaths of an estimated 1.6 million people in China every year, or about 4,400 people a day, according to a newly released scientific paper."

-- (November 3rd 2015) (NYT) China Burns Much More Coal Than Reported, Complicating Climate Talks

-- (April 11th 2016) (NYT) Over 80 Percent of Water Is Polluted in Tested China Wells 

-- (April 18th 2016) (NYT) Chinese Parents Outraged After Illnesses at School Are Tied to Pollution

--- "Chinese families were in an uproar on Monday after a report in the state news media revealed that nearly 500 students at a school in eastern China had developed illnesses, a few as severe as leukemia, possibly because of pollution at a nearby field."

-- (July 21st 2016) (NYT) China Investigating Data Leak and Swindling of H.I.V. Patients

-- (December 12th 2016) (The Guardian) China riot police seal off city centre after smog protesters put masks on statues 

-- (March 29th 2017) (Science Mag) Underground labs in China are devising potent new opiates faster than authorities can respond 

-- (May 29th 2017) (NYT) China's Ill, and Wealthy, Look Abroad for Medical Treatment

--- "Then his son-in-law discovered online that — for a price — companies were willing to help critically ill Chinese people seek treatment abroad. Soon Mr. Guo was at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, receiving a new immunotherapy drug, Keytruda, which is not available in China. In April, nearly four months later, his tumor has shrunk and his weight has gone up."

-- (November 8th 2017) (NYT) Despite Trump’s Pleas, China’s Online Opioid Bazaar Is Booming

-- (February 12th 2018) (NYT) Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Has Killed Over 100 in China This Year

-- (June 29th 2018) (FOX) Fentanyl shipment from China worth $1.7 million seized at Philadelphia Port 

-- (July 1st 2018) (Forbes) China Emits More Carbon Dioxide Than The U.S. and EU Combined 

-- (October 29th 2018) (NYT) China Reverses Ban on Rhino and Tiger Parts in Medicine, Worrying Activists

-- (November 3rd 2018) (NYT) More Evidence Points to China as Source of Ozone-Depleting Gas

-- (November 16th 2018) (NYT) Chinese City Bans Daytime Dog Walking in a Crackdown on Canines

-- (December 3rd 2018) (NYT) Trump Says China Will Curtail Fentanyl. The U.S. Has Heard That Before.

-- (March 5th 2019) (Heritage.org) China Is Poisoning America With Fentanyl 

-- (April 1st 2019) (NYT) China Bans All Types of Fentanyl, Fulfilling Pledge to Trump 

-- (April 28th 2019) (CBS) Deadly fentanyl bought online from China being shipped through the mail 

-- (May 28th 2019) (NYT) Food Delivery Apps Are Drowning China in Plastic

-- (July 25th 2019) (NYT) As the Chinese Cut Down Siberia’s Forests, Tensions with Russians Rise

-- (October 14th 2019) (NYT) Air Pollution Is Linked to Miscarriages in China, Study Finds

-- (November 1st 2019) (NYT) China Effectively Bans Online Sales of E-Cigarettes

-- (November 7th 2019)  (NYT) China Sentences Man to Death for Trafficking Fentanyl to the U.S.

-- (December 1st 2019) (NYT) China Cracks Down on Fentanyl. But Is It Enough to End the U.S. Epidemic?

-- (December 17th 2019) (NYT) China Responds Slowly, and a Pig Disease Becomes a Lethal Epidemic

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-- (January 9th 2020) (The Guardian) China's Sars-like illness worries health experts

-- (January 9th 2020) (WSJ) Swine Fever Breaks in China

-- (January 10th 2020) (WSJ) SARS Experience Guides China’s Effort to Contain New Virus

-- (January 10th 2020) (WSJ) Virus in China Is Part of a Growing Threat

-- (January 16th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China’s Birthrate Hits Historic Low, in Looming Crisis for Beijing 

-- (January 19th 2020) (BBC) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China moves to phase out single-use plastics

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Deaths Are So Far Mostly Older Men, Many With Previous Health Issues

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Appetite for 'warm meat' drives risk of disease in Hong Kong and China

-- (January 23rd 2020) (WSJ) Drugmakers Rush to Develop Vaccines Against China Virus

-- (January 24th 2020) (The Guardian) Life under lockdown in China: hospital queues and empty streets

-- (January 24th 2020) (Twitter) "China is building a massive hospital in Wuhan in just one week"

-- (January 24th 2020) (WSJ) China Virus Overwhelms Wuhan’s Health System, as City Rushes to Build New Hospital

-- (January 24th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Vast Ambition in Medicine Gets Reality Check From Coronavirus

-- (January 25th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Says It’s Building Two Hospitals In Wuhan To Fight Coronavirus

-- (January 28th 2020) (Breitbart) China Has Not Accepted U.S. Offers to Send CDC Experts to Aid in Coronavirus Fight

-- (January 28th 2020) (NYT) How Do Bats Live With So Many Viruses?

-- (January 31st 2020) (Daily Mail) China's drone army fighting coronavirus: Farm, police and personal drones are repurposed to spray disinfectant over villages and cities hit by killer virus

-- (January 31st 2020) (WSJ) Gilead Sciences Offers Experimental Drug for Coronavirus Treatments, Testing

-- (February 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) Fury in China as footage appears to show officials taking doctors' face masks

-- (February 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) China Says U.S. Offered ‘No Concrete Help’ After U.S. CDC Officials Said China Turned Down Help

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) China Pledged to Build a New Hospital in 10 Days. It’s Close.

-- (February 5th 2020) (NYT) In Coronavirus, China Weighs Benefits of Buffalo Horn and Other Remedies

-- (February 6th 2020) (NYT) China’s Lavish Funds Lured U.S. Scientists. What Did It Get in Return?

-- (February 7th 2020) (The Guardian) China trials anti-HIV drug on coronavirus patients

-- (February 12th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus-Drug Development Becomes a Top Focus at Gilead

-- (February 12th 2020) (The Guardian) What China’s empty new coronavirus hospitals say about its secretive system

-- (February 14th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: New China figures highlight toll on medical staff

-- (February 14th 2020) (WSJ) In Wuhan, China’s Residential Committees Fight Outbreak on Front Line

-- (February 19th 2020) (WSJ) Patients Without Coronavirus Struggle to Get Urgent Care in China

-- (February 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Shenzhen could be first city in China to ban eating of dogs and cats

-- (March 1st 2020) (The Guardian) Dramatic fall in China pollution levels ‘partly related’ to coronavirus

-- (March 2nd 2020) (WSJ) Fear, Anxiety and Guilt: The Psychological Toll of China’s Coronavirus War

-- (March 3rd 2020) (NYT) ‘No Way Out’: In China, Coronavirus Takes Toll on Other Patients

-- (March 9th 2020) (NYT) In Coronavirus Fight, China’s Vulnerable Fall Through the Cracks

-- (March 10th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Other Health Crisis Still Isn’t Fixed

-- (March 11th 2020) (Breitbart) Experts: China Carving Lungs Out of Political Prisoners to Treat Coronavirus

-- (March 16th 2020) (Breitbart) Shoot Stray Dogs, Win Cash Prizes: How Chinese Officials Slaughtered Canines

-- (March 18th 2020) (The Guardian) Japanese flu drug 'clearly effective' in treating coronavirus, says China

-- (March 19th 2020) (NYT) Search for Coronavirus Vaccine Becomes a Global Competition

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Crazy And Dangerous’: Lindsey Graham, Dr. Fauci Denounce China’s Decision To Reopen Wet Markets After Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Reuters) China's Shenzhen bans the eating of cats and dogs after coronavirus

-- (April 9th 2020) (Daily Caller)  (The Guardian) China Reclassifies Dogs As Pets Rather Than Livestock Following Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (April 9th 2020) (The Guardian) Bamboo rats left in limbo as breeders push back against China wildlife ban

-- (April 9th 2020) (WSJ) The Bats Behind the Pandemic

--- "RaTG13 is the name, rank and serial number of an individual horseshoe bat of the species Rhinolophus affinis, or rather of a sample of its feces collected in 2013 in a cave in Yunnan, China. The sample was collected by hazmat-clad scientists from the Institute of Virology in Wuhan that year. Stored away and forgotten until January this year, the sample from the horseshoe bat contains the virus that causes Covid-19."

-- (April 16th 2020) (WSJ) Japan, China Vie to Be Global Supplier of Unproven Coronavirus Drug

-- (April 28th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Diplomacy: How China’s Red Cross Serves the Communist Party

-- (April 28th 2020) (NYT) Airborne Coronavirus Detected in Wuhan Hospitals

-- (April 28th 2020) (WSJ) China Said African Swine Fever Was Stable. Then Cases Climbed Again.

-- (May 4th 2020) (NYT) China’s Coronavirus Vaccine Drive Empowers a Troubled Industry

-- (May 12th 2020) (Globe and Mail) National Research Council strikes deal with China to develop COVID-19 vaccine in Canada

China Censorship

-- (June 1st 1997) (WIRED) The Great Firewall of China 

-- (April 22nd 2013) (The Economist) "How does China censor the internet?" 

-- (October 30th 2013) (The Nation) "Confucius Institutes censor political discussions and restrain the free exchange of ideas. Why, then, do American universities sponsor them?" 

-- (January 29th 2015) (NYT) China Clamps Down Still Harder on Internet Access

-- (March 6th 2015) (NYT) China Blocks Web Access to ‘Under the Dome’ Documentary on Pollution

-- (March 16th 2015) (WSJ) U.S. Cloud Providers Face Backlash From China’s Censors 

--- "Free-speech activists rely on cloud computing to get around China’s Great Firewall"

-- (April 1st 2015) (BBC) China cracks down on violent anime online cartoons 

-- (April 11st 2015) (NYT) "China Is Said to Use Powerful New Weapon to Censor Internet" 

--- "“The operational deployment of the Great Cannon represents a significant escalation in state-level information control,” the researchers said in their report. It is, they said, “the normalization of widespread and public use of an attack tool to enforce censorship.”"

-- (August 5th 2015) (TIME) "China Is Making a Massive New Move to Censor the Internet" 

--- "China, long known for its strict Internet censorship laws, is now sending online censors to take posts at the country’s biggest online companies. Key “network security officers” will monitor the work of key websites and Web firms for crimes such as fraud and the “spreading of rumors,” China’s Ministry of Public Security said in a statement. These officers would be a part of the roughly 2 million people employed by the government to monitor Web activity, as first reported by the BBC."

-- (August 17th 2015) (Mashable) "Deleted Weibo posts show questions the Chinese have about Tianjin" 

-- (October 11th 2015) (The Verge) "Apple reportedly blocks access to Apple News in China" 

-- (October 30th 2015) (NYT) "China Ranks Last of 65 Nations in Internet Freedom" 

-- (November 2nd 2015) (Breitbart) US-Based XYZ.com Agrees to Web-Wide Censorship on Behalf of China 

-- (December 4th 2015) (Variety) ‘Star Wars’ China Poster Sparks Controversy After Shrinking John Boyega’s Character 

-- (December 17th 2015) (NYT) "At U.N., China Tries to Influence Fight Over Internet Control" 

--- "Multilateral is code for states making the rules. The inclusion of the word was largely spearheaded by China, which worked to enshrine state control over the Internet in the document, said negotiators who were involved in the process. During the discussions, representatives from China demanded repeatedly that the word be included, according to participants and draft versions of the document that laid out which countries made each submission."

-- (February 20th 2016) (NYT) New Chinese Rules on Foreign Firms’ Online Content 

--- "China is taking another step to restrict what can be posted on the Internet in its country by issuing new rules barring foreign companies or their affiliates from engaging in publishing online content there without government approval. The rules, which were jointly released this week by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, said that beginning March 10, foreign companies or foreign joint ventures will be restricted from disseminating a wide range of content online, including text, maps, games, animation, audio and video. The rules also apply to digitized books, art, literature and science. The new regulations would allow foreign-owned companies to cooperate with a Chinese partner to publish content on the Web in China, but they must get government approval."

-- (March 3rd 2016) (CPJ) "The business of censorship: Documents show how Weibo filters sensitive news in China" 

-- (March 4th 2016) (TIME) "China's Censors Are Leaving the World's Most Populous Nation With Very Little to Watch on TV" 

--- "In a bid to improve national morality, the Chinese government has issued new guidelines that ban any of these characters from appearing on domestic TV programs. Shows that promote “abnormal sexual relations or sexual behavior” have been ordered off the airwaves. Such behavior, according to Chinese censors, includes incest, perversion, sexual abuse and homosexuality. Depictions of prostitution, one-night stands and “sexual freedom” are prohibited."

--- "In an eight-page catalog of forbidden subjects, Chinese censors also nixed programming that glorifies colonialism, ethnic wars and dynastic conquests of other countries. TV shows must not, under any condition, undermine social stability. Even depictions of “luxurious lifestyles” are now supposedly taboo. In late 2014, government censors edited cleavage from a popular historical drama. Time travel was deemed inappropriate as well."

-- (April 4th 2016) (BuzzFeed) "China's Social Media Censors Are Working Overtime To Block Panama Papers Discussion" 

--- "The president's brother-in-law was named in the massive leak."

-- (April 5th 2016) (WSJ) "China’s Censors Scramble to Curb ‘Panama Papers’ News" 

--- "Since news reports emerged Sunday on the so-called “Panama Papers,” Chinese media have largely ignored their revelations on offshore assets controlled by relatives of top party officials, including President Xi Jinping. Censors have curbed news and social media mentions of the documents, though their efforts appear uneven."

-- (April 9th 2016) (NYT) "China Blocks Economist and Time Websites, Apparently Over Xi Jinping Articles" 

--- "The Economist and Time have joined the list of foreign news websites currently blocked in mainland China. The sites appear to have been censored as a result of recently published cover articles in the magazines critical of the growing power of China’s president, Xi Jinping."

-- (April 16th 2016) (Boing Boing) "China's Internet censors order ban on video of toddler threatening brutal cops" 

-- (May 4th 2016) (Boing Boing) "Chinese censorship: arbitrary rule changes are a form of powerful intermittent reinforcement" 

--- "Some examples of China's odd rule-changes: a viral video by comedian Papi Jiang has been expunged because it used the terms "wocao" ("fuck") and "xiaobiaozi" ("little whore"), though thousands of other videos that prominently feature the terms were left untouched. Apple's ebook and video platforms were also suddenly taken offline. As C Custer writes at Tech in Asia, this caprice is by design: by not specifying a set of hard and fast rules, but rather the constant risk of being taken down for crossing some invisible line, China's censors inspire risk-aversion in people who rely on the net to be heard or earn their livings. It's what Singaporeans call "out of bounds," the unspecified realm of things you musn't, shouldn't or won't want to enter."

-- (May 11th 2016) (BBC) China censors Queen's comments that officials were "very rude". BBC TV reports blacks out 

-- (July 12th 2016) (Foreign Policy) "After South China Sea Ruling, China Censors Online Calls for War" 

-- (July 13th 2016) (BBC) "China censors story of beetle named after President Xi" 

-- (July 26th 2016) (NYT) China Clamps Down on Online News Reporting 

--- "China has ordered several of the country’s most popular internet portals to halt much of their original news reporting, in a move that could confine an even larger share of the journalism in the country to Communist-controlled mouthpieces ahead of an important party meeting next year."

-- (October 10th 2016) (Mashable) "China censors searches for 'Joshua Wong,' says it didn't get him deported from Thailand" 

--- "China has blocked searches for the term "Joshua Wong" (or his Chinese name 黃之鋒) on its version of Twitter, while shirking the blame for Wong's detention at the Bangkok airport last week."

-- (November 22nd 2016) (NYT) "Facebook Said to Create Censorship Tool to Get Back Into China" 

--- "The social network has quietly developed software to suppress posts from appearing in people’s news feeds in specific geographic areas, according to three current and former Facebook employees, who asked for anonymity because the tool is confidential. The feature was created to help Facebook get into China, a market where the social network has been blocked, these people said. Mr. Zuckerberg has supported and defended the effort, the people added."

-- (November 30th 2016) (Globe and Mail) China using AI to censor sensitive topics in online group chats 

-- (December 2nd 2016) (Reuters) Draft law gives Chinese police control of online discussion on disasters 

-- (December 30th 2016) (Independent) China responds to poor performance of its films by censoring bad reviews 

-- (January 4th 2017) (NYT) Apple Removes New York Times Apps From Its Store in China

-- (January 20th 2017) (FOX) China, wary of Trump, cracks down on inauguration coverage 

--- "Censors have ordered media outlets to scale back reporting of the pomp and circumstance in Washington, D.C., as the country’s ruling Communist party weighs its response to a new administration that could upend U.S-China relations, the Financial Times reported Friday. “It is forbidden for websites to carry out live streaming or picture reports of the inauguration,” read a copy of censorship instructions seen by the Financial Times."

-- (January 23rd 2017) (BBC) China to crack down on censor-busting services 

--- "The nation's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has announced plans to "clean up" unauthorised internet connections. The 14-month campaign will target the virtual private networks (VPNs) and dedicated lines many use to go online. All these types of service must be officially vetted to keep operating, said the Ministry."

-- (January 26th 2017) (QZ) China’s premier just extolled the virtues of openness on a news site blocked by China 

--- "China’s premier Li Keqiang championed globalization in a rare commentary published today (Jan. 26) on Bloomberg’s website. Touting Beijing’s buzz phrase “a community of shared destiny,” Li wrote, “We remain convinced that economic openness serves everyone better, at home and abroad.” But the irony is clear—China is not open to Bloomberg itself. Contrary to Li’s thesis, Beijing has long blocked Bloomberg’s news sites—along with those of many other Western news outlets. Chinese citizens have to jump the Great Firewall to reach those news services, which is becoming harder these days."

-- (March 4th 2017) (Independent) China’s internet censorship hampering country’s scientific and economic development, warns government adviser 

--- "Luo Fuhe warns that Chinese researchers have to go to 'abnormal' lengths to carry out research, including buying software to bypass site-blocking firewall or even travelling overseas"

-- (March 10th 2017) (Globe and Mail) Under Xi Jinping, China is increasingly silencing sources of dissent

-- (March 14th 2017) (PEN America) CHINA: ORDER TO RESTRICT CHILDREN’S BOOKS A TROUBLING STEP TOWARD IDEOLOGICAL CONFORMITY 

-- (April 12th 2017) (Radio Free Asia) China Jails Social Media User For Two Years For Satire About President, Chairman Mao

-- (April 27th 2017) (Radio Free Asia) China is World-Leading Censor With 'Total Control' Over News: Press Freedom Group 

-- (April 27th 2017) (WSJ) China Offers Rare Insight Into Punishment for Speaking With Foreign Media 

--- "A Chinese committee removed a retired professor from his role with an association after he spoke with foreign media, exemplifying the findings of a new report that ranks China among the world’s worst violators of press freedom."

-- (May 9th 2017) (Radio Free Asia) Protests Grow in China's Guangdong Amid Police Crackdown, Information Blackout 

-- (June 12th 2017) (WSJ) Communist Party Pushes China’s Internet Censors to ‘Ensure Political Security’

--- "The Chinese Communist Party’s powerful disciplinary wing is taking aim at the country’s internet censors for not pushing a party-line agenda, saying they were “irresolute” in implementing the policies of President Xi Jinping and “not trying hard enough to ensure political security.”

--- "The rebuke, published on Sunday by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, may shed light on censors’ surprise shuttering last week of dozens of Chinese celebrity news and gossip sites—an area previously considered safe from government scrutiny."

-- (June 8th 2017) (Global Voices) China Bans ‘Soft Burial’, an Award-Winning Novel About the Deadly Consequences of Land Reform 

-- (June 23rd 2017) (Mashable) Sick of censoring content, China bans livestreaming altogether 

--- "Chinese authorities have sent shockwaves through the social media sphere, with a blanket ban on livestreaming across three major online platforms. On Thursday, the government ordered Weibo, iFeng and ACFUN to stop all its video and audio streaming services, according to an FT report."

-- (July 3rd 2017) (Reuters) China's bloggers, filmmakers feel chill of internet crackdown 

-- (July 5th 2017) (The Verge) China plans to audit and ban online content if it’s not socialist enough 

-- (July 13th 2017) (Twitter) "We spoke about the life of #LiuXiaobo today. Gov censors cut live @cnni signal in China as a result. Even in death, his impact is clear" 

-- (July 13th 2017) (BBC) Liu Xiaobo death: 'Even RIP is being deleted by censors'

-- (July 17th 2017) (NYT) China Censors Winnie-the-Pooh on Social Media

-- (July 20th 2017) (CNN) WhatsApp is being targeted by China's censors, experts say 

-- (July 29th 2017) (TechCrunch) Apple removes VPN apps from the App Store in China 

--- "The Chinese government’s crackdown on the internet continues with the news that Apple has removed all major VPN apps, which help internet users overcome the country’s censorship system, from the App Store in China."

-- (August 2nd 2017) (Washington Post) Apple, Amazon help China curb the use of anti-censorship tools

-- (August 17th 2017) (Twitter) "@chinaquarterly removed 300 articles from #CambridgeUniversityPress website in #China to comply w #censorship demands. #academicfreedom #CCP" 

-- (August 18th 2017) (NYT) Cambridge University Press Removes Academic Articles on Chinese Site 

-- (August 22nd 2017) (The Guardian) Cambridge University censorship U-turn is censored by China 

--- "Chinese academics commend decision to unblock access to sensitive articles, but Beijing expunges mention of the climbdown from internet"

-- (August 28th 2017) (The Verge) China is forcing internet companies to end online anonymity 

-- (September 4th 2017) (BBC) China censors discussion of North Korea's bomb test 

--- "Chinese censors appear to be stifling online discussion of North Korea's latest missile launch, a move apparently linked to China's hosting of this week's Brics summit."

-- (September 13th 2017) (Global Voices) China Makes Chat Group Administrators — i.e. Regular Users — Criminally Liable for Unlawful Messages

-- (September 24th 2017) (NYT) 68 Things You Cannot Say on China’s Internet 

-- (September 25th 2017) (NYT) China Blocks WhatsApp, Broadening Online Censorship

-- (September 29th 2017) (Reuters) Tea and Tiananmen: Inside China's new censorship machine 

--- "Companies like Toutiao are responding, hiring armies of workers to police videos, blogs and news articles available to its 120 million users across China. We had about 30-40 employees two years ago; now we have nearly a thousand reviewing and auditing,” said the Toutiao censor, who, like other censors Reuters spoke to, asked not to be named due to the sensitivity of the topic."

-- (October 14th 2017) (NYT) Heard the One About Asia’s Comedy Scene? First, You’ll Need a Permit

-- (October 20th 2017) (NYT) China’s Party Congress Brings Crackdown on Critics, Nightclubs and Airbnb

--- "BEIJING — The police and military swarm the streets at all hours, checking documents and questioning passers-by. Political critics have been jailed, placed under surveillance or sent to the countryside. Popular gathering spots like nightclubs have been shuttered and home-sharing services like Airbnb banned."

-- (October 26th 2017) (CNBC) China has launched another crackdown on the internet — but it's different this time 

-- (October 30th 2017) (Bloomberg) China’s New, Severe Curbs on the Internet Leave Little Left to Censor 

-- (October 30th 2017) (China Daily) Domain name holders to register with complete ID info 

--- "A new ministry regulation requiring applicants of domain names to provide complete identity information will take effect from Wednesday. The updated regulation, adopted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in August, requires registrars to verify the accuracy of information submitted."

-- (November 1st 2017) (Hong Kong Free Press) China says social media companies must punish staff who spread ‘illegal content’ 

-- (November 1st 2017) (QZ) Facebook blocked dissident Guo Wengui after the Chinese government complained 

-- (November 1st 2017) (CNN) World's biggest academic book publisher bows to China's censors 

--- "Springer Nature, which claims to be the world's biggest publisher of academic books, has confirmed that it is restricting access to hundreds of articles that cover topics deemed sensitive to Chinese authorities."

-- (November 10th 2017) (NYT) Trump’s Visit to China Provides a Propaganda Bonanza

--- "China’s army of censors went into overdrive as interest in Mr. Trump surged during his visit. Censors prevented internet users from commenting on several reports about Mr. Trump and Mr. Xi. Officials deleted posts that touched on topics the government deems sensitive, including North Korea and how Mr. Trump was able to evade China’s firewall and use Twitter. Twitter, like Facebook, is banned in the country."

-- (3:00 AM · Nov 13, 2017) (Twitter) "My social media editor tells me Weibo and Wechat heavily censored content in past week related to Trump visit to Beijing. In particular, stories & comments critical of Trump were blocked, deleted & stopped from being shared. Wasn't that the Beijing welcome!" 

-- (November 13th 2017) (abc.net.au) China using Western laws to censor criticism abroad: expert 

--- "Allen & Unwin's decision to abandon publication of Clive Hamilton's book print "Silent Invasion: How China is Turning Australia into a Puppet State" may be a publishing first. It seems no other Western publisher has previously, pre-emptively halted publication of a book, in a Western market, because of pressure from China's Communist Party."

-- (November 21st 2017) (NYT) Skype Vanishes From App Stores in China, Including Apple’s 

-- (November 21st 2017) (NYT) China’s Flashy Ex-Internet Censor Faces Corruption Investigation 

--- "The former Chinese official in charge of internet censorship, who hobnobbed with top executives from Facebook, Apple and Amazon and flatly denied that his government engaged in censorship, has been put under investigation by the Communist Party’s anti-corruption agency, state media reported on Tuesday. The downfall of the censorship official, Lu Wei, was a long time coming. He once held a cluster of titles that gave him formidable influence over internet policy. But he was removed from many posts last year, suggesting that his career was under a cloud."

-- (November 23rd 2017) (The Guardian) China blocks debate about downfall of internet censor Lu Wei

--- "One week after China was re-crowned the world’s worst contravener of internet freedoms, a leaked censorship directive indicated online publishers had received orders to extinguish debate over the toppling of former internet tsar Lu Wei. On Tuesday it emerged that Lu, who ran China’s cyberspace administration from 2014 until last year, had fallen victim to Xi Jinping’s high-profile war on corruption."

-- (December 7th 2017) (WSJ) Apple’s Tim Cook: No Point Yelling at China 

--- "Tech exec defends pulling 674 apps at Beijing’s request, says change can't happen from the sideline"

-- (December 18th 2017) (gamerevolution.com) Steam Community Features Have Been Blocked and Downloads Throttled in China 

--- "The Steam Community has been blocked in China. According to those living behind the Great Firewall, all of Steam’s community features have been inaccessible since around December 15. The Steam client and Steam store are reported to be unblocked, but at least one user stated that their download speeds have been heavily throttled when accessing the service."

-- (December 21st 2017) (SCMP) Man jailed for 5½ years, fined US$76,000 for selling VPN in southern China 

-- (January 2nd 2018) (China Digital Times)  MINISTRY OF TRUTH: NO FURTHER REPORTING ON IRAN PROTESTS 

-- (January 22nd 2018) (TIME) 'Tasteless, Vulgar and Obscene.' China Just Banned Hip-Hop Culture and Tattoos From Television 

-- (January 30th 2018) (9to5mac.com) Censorship suggested as air quality data intermittently disappearing from Apple’s Weather app in China 

-- (7:17 PM · Feb 1, 2018) (Twitter) "So I hope @BBCWorld viewers are enjoying their screens going to black in mainland #China today as the censors pull the feed with coverage of PM Theresa May @Number10gov + Pres Xi Jinping and human rights as well as #Xinjiang crack down." 

-- (February 1st 2018) (NPR) China Is Attempting To Muzzle #MeToo 

--- "This line of questioning is not new. Last May, the website of the People's Daily — the official mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party — published an announcement warning that "Western hostile forces" were using "Western feminism" to interfere in China's handling of women's affairs. The vice president of the All-China Women's Federation, Song Xiuyan, was quoted as saying that Party officials working on women's issues were in the midst of a "serious political struggle" and urgently needed to follow President Xi Jinping's instruction to guard against Western ideological infiltration."

-- (February 26th 2018) (NBC) Plan for China's Xi to stay in power indefinitely sparks criticism 

--- "China's plan for President Xi Jinping to remain in office indefinitely saw censors block satirical commentary and online searches for "two-term limit," also triggering comparisons to North Korea's ruling dynasty."

-- (February 28th 2018) (NYT) China’s Censors Ban Winnie the Pooh and the Letter ‘N’ After Xi’s Power Grab

-- (March 2nd 2018) (NYT) China Presses Its Internet Censorship Efforts Across the Globe

-- (April 9th 2018) (Global Times) Popular Chinese news apps suspended 

--- ""In order to regulate the dissemination of information, internet application stores should suspend downloading access to the four apps Toutiao, Phoenix News, NetEase News and Tiantian Kuaibao," Southern Weekly reported on Monday, citing information obtained from application platforms."

-- (April 15th 2018) (NYT) ‘I Am Gay, Not a Pervert’: Furor in China as Sina Weibo Bans Gay Content 

-- (April 19th 2018) (New Yorker) Why China Cracked Down on the Social-Media Giant Bytedance 

--- "In 2012, Zhang founded Beijing Bytedance, one of China’s fastest-growing tech startups, which now has a valuation of more than twenty billion dollars and earns much of its revenue from advertising. On April 9th, the day before Zuckerberg’s testimony began, Bytedance was ordered to suspend its most popular product, a news-aggregator app called Jinri Toutiao (Today’s Headlines). The next day, regulators yanked Neihan Duanzi, the company’s social-media platform, where users share jokes and videos. Last Wednesday, Zhang’s official apology appeared on Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter. His company had taken “the wrong path,” he wrote, and, along the way, he had “failed his users.” Perhaps it was not entirely coincidental that his words echoed a notice posted by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, the country’s media regulator, which accused Bytedance of making apps that offended common sensibility—the news stories on Jinri Toutiao were “opposed to morality” and the jokes on Neihan Duanzi were “off-color.” For these reasons, the state said, the platforms had “triggered intense resentment among Internet users.”"

-- (April 20th 2018) (The Guardian) No joke: have China's censors gone too far with ban on humour app? 

-- (April 21st 2018) (Reuters) China's Xi says internet control key to stability 

--- "China must strengthen its grip on the internet to ensure broader social and economic goals are met, state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday citing comments from President Xi Jinping, underlining a hardening attitude towards online content."

-- (May 1st 2018) (NYT) Peppa Pig, Unlikely Rebel Icon, Faces Purge in China

-- (May 2nd 2018) (CP24) China begins censoring 'Peppa Pig,' claiming she's used in gangster memes 

-- (June 20th 2018) (Techdirt) China's Latest Censorship Crackdown Target: Videos Of Women Rubbing, Kissing And Licking Binaural Microphones 

-- (June 21st 2018) (CNN) China censors John Oliver after scathing 20 minute video 

--- "Comedian John Oliver has been scrubbed from Chinese microblogging site Weibo after satirizing Chinese president Xi Jinping on his HBO show "Last Week Tonight." HBO is part of WarnerMedia, which also operates CNN parent company Turner. Oliver spent 20 minutes Sunday criticizing Xi on everything from the removal of term limits, allowing him to rule for life, to China's economic leverage."

-- (June 21st 2018) (NYT) John Oliver, Having Mocked Chinese Censorship, Is Censored in China

-- (June 23rd 2018) (news.com.au) The story China went to furious lengths to stop from airing 

--- "FIVE days before 60 Minutes aired a program about China’s quest for global dominance, the team received a furious phone call. “Take this down and take it to your leaders!” the voice on the other end was yelling. On the line was Ms Saxian Cao, the Head of Media Affairs at the Chinese Embassy in Canberra, and she was laying into the program’s Executive Producer Kirsty Thomson. “You will listen! There must be no more misconduct in the future!” Ms Cao reportedly shouted into the phone."

-- (June 29th 2018) (The Guardian) The great firewall of China: Xi Jinping’s internet shutdown 

-- (July 4th 2018) (Washington Post) China’s biggest cellphone company censors content — even in the United States

--- "On Monday, the U.S. Department of Commerce recommended the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) deny a license to China Mobile, the state-run company that is the world’s largest phone network by subscribers. (It reaches more people than Verizon and AT&T combined.) The Commerce Department suggested the move because of the national security risk China Mobile poses. Indeed, because China Mobile is an arm of the Chinese state, there are legitimate concerns that Beijing could use it to gather data on American citizens. There is, however, a previously unreported concern with China Mobile that adds to worries about the company’s suitability in the United States."

-- (July 10th 2018) (WIRED) Apple's China-Friendly Censorship Caused an iPhone-Crashing Bug 

--- "Security researcher Patrick Wardle's friend thought China had hacked her iPhone. In reality, a bug crashed it any time she used a Taiwanese flag emoji."

-- (August 3rd 2018) (Hollywood Reporter) Disney’s 'Christopher Robin' Won't Get China Release Amid Pooh Crackdown (Exclusive) 

-- (9:22 PM · Aug 4, 2018) (Twitter) "Facebook has deleted the account of Syrian Journalist @KevorkAlmassian as part of their campaign to censor information against the state. They call providing Facts that the mainstream media won’t “election meddling”. Meanwhile that media focuses on China’s censored search engine" 

-- (August 6th 2018) (The Federalist) Google Refuses To Assist U.S. Military, Bends Over For China’s Communist Censors

-- (August 8th 2018) (The Intercept) INSIDE GOOGLE’S EFFORT TO DEVELOP A CENSORED SEARCH ENGINE IN CHINA 

-- (August 20th 2018) (Bloomberg) Apple Wipes Thousands of Gambling Apps After China Backlash 

-- (August 24th 2018) (NYT) Alphabet’s Plans for a China Comeback Go Beyond Google Search

-- (8:40 PM · Aug 25, 2018) (Twitter) "Chinese money funds the Atlantic Council, the NATO think tank that is currently in charge of Facebook's operations to fight "fake news" Foreign powers are controlling the censorship of American free speech" 

-- (4:55 PM · Sep 13, 2018) (Twitter) "Dua Lipa says she is horrified after fans were forcibly removed from her concert in Shanghai — reportedly for waving pro-gay rights flags.Homosexuality isn't illegal in China but authorities systematically censor "abnormal sexual lifestyles" in many areas, says @hrw." 

-- (September 19th 2018) (Bloomberg) Spy Fears Prompt China to Censor Its Own Recruitment Drive 

-- (September 28th 2018) (NYT) China Censors Bad Economic News Amid Signs of Slower Growth

-- (October 3rd 2018) (NPR) How The Chinese Government Works To Censor Debate In Western Democracies 

--- "The Chinese government has been so effective at intimidating Western businesses on this front that sometimes companies do the party's work for it. That's what happened in London this summer at an obscure soccer tournament modeled on the World Cup. The teams were drawn from a hodgepodge of minority peoples, isolated territories and would-be nations, including Tibet. Some potential corporate sponsors were queasy. "There were inquiries made as to whether we would consider removing Tibet from the competition," said Paul Watson, commercial director for the Confederation of Independent Football Associations, or CONIFA, which ran the tournament. Watson spoke with one potential sponsor who was apologetic but direct."

-- (October 5th 2018)  (SCMP) Chinese police get power to inspect internet service providers 

-- (October 9th 2018) (Globe and Mail) China flexes its political muscles in Africa with media censorship, academic controls 

--- "When he announced another US$60-billion in financing for Africa last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping promised that the money had “no political strings attached.” But a series of recent incidents, including cases of media censorship and heavy-handed academic controls, have cast doubt on that promise. China’s financial muscle is rapidly translating into political muscle across the continent. At a major South African newspaper chain where Chinese investors now hold an equity stake, a columnist lost his job after he questioned China’s treatment of its Muslim minority."

-- (November 2nd 2018) (CNN) China is exporting the Great Firewall as internet freedom declines around the world 

--- "Beijing's model of the internet is now spreading beyond its borders, with China's censors working actively with their counterparts in Russia, Uganda and a host of other countries to build up internet controls and crack down on online dissent. A new report from Freedom House -- a US government-funded NGO -- supports this. During 2018, the authors found, "internet freedom declined for the eighth consecutive year.""

-- (November 9th 2018) (abc.net.au) 'I don't know Facebook or Twitter': China's Great Firewall Generation Z cut off from the West 

-- (November 12th 2018) (Breitbart) Former Facebook Security Chief: Google CEO Sundar Pichai Is Lying About China 

--- "Facebook’s former security chief Alex Stamos took to Twitter recently to attack Google CEO Sundar Pichai for his comments defending the company’s decision to move into the China market with its censored search engine known as “Project Dragonfly,” Silicon Beat reports. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Pichai stated that Google was “committed to serving users in China” and compared Chinese censorship laws to the “right to be forgotten” law in the European Union. Pichai received severe criticism for this comparison, both internally and from those outside of Google."

-- (November 14th 2018) (Reuters) How ZTE helps Venezuela create China-style social control 

-- (November 18th 2018) (NYT) How China Made Its Own Internet

-- (December 5th 2018) (chinachange.org) China Steps up Nationwide Crackdown to Silence Twitter Users – the Unmediated Story 

-- (December 10th 2018) (One Angry Gamer) China Establishes Online Games Ethics Committee To Censor, Curate Games 

--- "After China put a halt to new game licenses provided to publishers for releasing titles in the mainland, as reported by the China Briefing back in September of 2018, the state regulators are planning to open up the market and grant more licenses at the end of February, 2019. However, reinstating game releases comes with a rather hefty caveat: games must be curated and flagged for censorship by the new Online Games Ethics Committee."

-- (December 17th 2018) (The Intercept) GOOGLE’S SECRET CHINA PROJECT “EFFECTIVELY ENDED” AFTER INTERNAL CONFRONTATION 

-- (December 24th 2018) (Reuters) British publisher pulls academic journals from China after government complaint 

--- "A British academic publisher has dropped more than 80 journals from its offerings in China at the government’s request, including the Asian Studies Review which had content deemed “inappropriate” by authorities."

-- (January 2nd 2019) (NYT) Learning China’s Forbidden History, So They Can Censor It 

--- "Like many young people in China, the 24-year-old recent college graduate knew little about the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. He had never heard of China’s most famous dissident, Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died in custody two years ago. Now, after training, he knows what to look for — and what to block. He spends his hours scanning online content on behalf of Chinese media companies looking for anything that will provoke the government’s wrath. He knows how to spot code words that obliquely refer to Chinese leaders and scandals, or the memes that touch on subjects the Chinese government doesn’t want people to read about."

-- (January 4th 2019) (Washington Post) Chinese censors go old school to clamp down on Twitter: A knock on the door 

--- "The 50-year-old software engineer was tapping away at his computer in November when state security officials filed into his office on mainland China. They had an unusual — and nonnegotiable — request. Delete these tweets, they said. The agents handed over a printout of 60 posts the engineer had fired off to his 48,000 followers. The topics included U.S.-China trade relations and the plight of underground Christians in his coastal province in southeast China. When the engineer did not comply after 24 hours, he discovered that someone had hacked into his Twitter account and deleted its entire history of 11,000 tweets."

-- (January 4th 2019) (NYT) She’s on a #MeToo Mission in China, Battling Censors and Lawsuits

-- (January 7th 2019) (SCMP) Chinese VPN user fined for accessing overseas websites as part of Beijing’s ongoing ‘clean up’ of internet 

--- "China blocks access to 135 out of 1,000 of the world’s top websites, including Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube"

-- (January 23rd 2019) (NYT) China Appears to Block Microsoft’s Bing as Censorship Intensifies 

-- (January 24th 2019) (NYT) Microsoft’s Bing Back Online in China After Apparent Blockage 

-- (February 4th 2019) (NYT) Rights Groups Seek U.N. Inquiry Into China’s Mass Detention of Muslims

-- (February 8th 2019) (Breitbart) Chinese Tech Giant Tencent Plans to Buy a Stake in Reddit – Which It Helps Censor in China 

--- "Chinese tech giant Tencent reportedly plans to heavily invest in the social media website Reddit — which ironically is banned in China by the “Great Chinese Firewall,” which Tencent helped build."

-- (7:16 PM · Feb 21, 2019) (Twitter) "Here’s the moment #China’s censors pull the @BBCWorld TV feed this morning as I’m speaking about the visiting crown prince of #SaudiArabia and the possibility of him raising the mass extra-judicial detention camps holding many 100s of thousands of ethnic Uighurs in the west..." 

-- (February 23rd 2019) (theage.com.au) Chinese government censors ruling lines through Australian books 

--- "Publishing industry figures have confirmed that the censors from the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People's Republic of China are vetting books sent by Australian publishers to Chinese printing presses, even though they are written by Australian authors and intended for Australian readers."

-- (March 15th 2019) (globalvoices.org) Censored on WeChat: the disappearance of Ye Jianming, former chairman of CEFC China Energy 

--- "When people disappear, news about them disappears too"

-- (March 16th 2019) (NYT) Why China Silenced a Clickbait Queen in Its Battle for Information Control 

--- "But late last month, Ma Ling, a blogger who commanded an audience of more than 16 million people, went conspicuously silent."

--- "The state-run news media accused Ms. Ma of circulating false information, and her social media accounts were wiped from the internet."

-- (March 24th 2019) (abc.net.au) Bohemian Rhapsody premieres in China — but without any references to Freddie Mercury's homosexuality 

--- "Around four minutes' worth of footage — including intimate scenes about Mercury's personal relationships and scenes with drug references — was cut from the more than two-hour film."

-- (March 25th 2019) (Boing Boing) Chinese censors incinerate entire run of a kickstarted Call of Cthulhu RPG sourcebook 

--- "Julio writes, "Sons of the Singularity is a small RPG publisher. Last year, they kickstarted The Sassoon Files, a sourcebook for the popular Call of Cthulhu RPG and Trail of Cthulhu RPG. As a lot of publishers, theydid the printing in China. The same day that the print was finished, a Chinese Government decided that it was "problematic", so they burned the entire print run. Targeting foreign publications is a first, specially when it seems there wasn't anything problematic (the supplement was based on Shanghai but was respetful and documented carefully). Will this be a new sign of Beijing tightening its iron grip or just a show of bravado with a small publisher used as an example?""

-- (March 26th 2019) (NYT) A Chinese Law Professor Criticized Xi. Now He’s Been Suspended.

-- (March 26th 2019) (SCMP) China’s former internet tsar Lu Wei jailed for 14 years for bribery 

--- "Party disciplinary body had accused him of range of violations ranging from disloyalty to trading power for sex and lack of self control"

-- (April 10th 2019) (Mashable) Apple removes song that referenced Tiananmen Square Massacre from China's Apple Music 

-- (April 19th 2019) (The Verge) Leica censored in China for ad that dramatizes the Tiananmen Square protests 

-- (May 7th 2019) (New Yorker) CBS Censors “The Good Fight” for a Musical Short About China 

-- (May 15th 2019) (TIME) Wikipedia Is Now Banned in China in All Languages 

-- (May 26th 2019) (Reuters) China's robot censors crank up as Tiananmen anniversary nears 

--- "Censors at Chinese internet companies say tools to detect and block content related to the 1989 crackdown have reached unprecedented levels of accuracy, aided by machine learning and voice and image recognition. “We sometimes say that the artificial intelligence is a scalpel, and a human is a machete,” said one content screening employee at Beijing Bytedance Co Ltd, who asked not to be identified because they are not authorized to speak to media."

-- (June 3rd 2019) (WIRED) US Companies Help Censor the Internet in China, Too 

-- (June 4th 2019) (CNN) World marks 30 years since Tiananmen massacre as China censors all mention

-- (June 4th 2019) (Twitter) "I put some photos of the Tiananmen anniversary mass vigil in #Hongkong last night onto Wechat and my account has been suspended for “spreading malicious rumours”. The #China of today..." 

-- (11:18 PM · Jun 12, 2019) (Twitter) "China’s censors being kept busy by our Hong Kong protest coverage. Blacked out every time we cross out to @EngleTV #tictocnews #HongKongExtraditionLaw #China" 

-- (June 18th 2019) (LA Times) The ‘Great Firewall’: China censors videos, social media posts of Hong Kong protests 

--- "In recent days, censors have also been working assiduously to erase content of the Hong Kong rallies, or anything that evokes their spirit. Even a tune that protesters sang during the marches, “Can You Hear the People Sing,” from the musical “Les Miserables,” has been excised from QQ, one of China’s most popular musical streaming sites."

-- (8:47 AM · Jul 16, 2019) (Twitter) "China’s censors have been expunging evidence of the country’s vast network of extrajudicial 're-education’ camps in #Xinjiang province from the internet just as fast as researchers have been finding it." 

-- (August 1st 2019) (NYT) Peter Thiel Slams Google for Sharing AI Technology with China 

-- (September 25th 2019) (The Guardian) Revealed: how TikTok censors videos that do not please Beijing 

-- (October 7th 2019) (inquisitr.com) ‘South Park’ Is Reportedly Banned In China, Has Been Scrubbed From Country’s Highly-Regulated Internet 

-- (October 7th 2019) (Business Insider) 'South Park' has reportedly been banned in China after its most recent episode criticized censorship in the country 

-- (October 8th 2019) (ESPN) Blizzard suspends Hearthstone player blitzchung after vocalizing support for anti-government Hong Kong protesters during postgame interview 

-- (October 8th 2019) (Deadspin) Internal Memo: ESPN Forbids Discussion Of Chinese Politics When Discussing Daryl Morey's Tweet About Chinese Politics 

-- (October 10th 2019) (Business Insider) Here are all the major US tech companies blocked behind China's 'Great Firewall'

-- (October 14th 2019) (Breitbart) Report: Apple Cautioned Apple TV+ Show Developers Not to Anger China 

-- (October 19th 2019) (NYT) The Chinese Threat to American Speech

-- (October 22nd 2019) (SCMP) China blocks 23 per cent of 215 accredited foreign news sites, watchdog says 

--- "Citizens denied access to 31 per cent of news organisations that publish primarily in English, according to research by GreatFire.org and Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China"

-- (October 24th 2019) (NYT) China Holds #MeToo Activist Who Wrote About Hong Kong Protests

-- (October 29th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Bars Joshua Wong, a Prominent Activist, From Seeking Election

-- (November 6th 2019) (The Intercept) SHUTTERSTOCK EMPLOYEES FIGHT COMPANY’S NEW CHINESE SEARCH BLACKLIST 

-- (November 20th 2019) (NYT) A Prominent Chinese-American Artist Is the Latest to Fall Afoul of China’s Censors

-- (December 15th 2019) (NYT) Soccer Broadcast Pulled After Arsenal Star Mesut Özil Criticized China

-- (December 27th 2019) (NYT) China Blocks American Books as Trade War Simmers 

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-- (January 14th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) China Uses Growing Clout to Stifle Critics Abroad, Rights Group Says 

-- (February 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Report: Disney Cuts Kissing Scene in ‘Mulan’ at Direction of Chinese Censors

-- (March 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) China cracks down on 'sexual innuendo' and 'celebrity gossip' in new censorship rules

-- (March 13th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Internet Users Foil Censors to Keep a Wuhan Doctor’s Interview Online

-- (March 15th 2020) (WSJ) TikTok to Stop Using China-Based Moderators to Monitor Overseas Content

-- (March 16th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Outrage Spurs China’s Internet Police to Action

-- (April 16th 2020) (NYT) China Post-Coronavirus: Signs of Life, Censorship and Paranoia

-- (April 25th 2020) (NYT) Jailed Huawei Workers Raised a Forbidden Subject: Iran

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) Here Are All The Times Hollywood Changed Movie Plots To Appease China

-- (May 7th 2020) (WSJ) China’s WeChat Monitors Foreign Users to Refine Censorship at Home

-- (May 11th 2020) (Daily Caller) State-Enforced ‘Disappearances’ And Online Censorship: How China Quashes Criticism

-- (May 14th 2020) (The National Pulse) REVEALED: China’s Plan to Censor The Whole Internet.

China Economy

-- (June 30th 2011) (Reuters) U.S. caught China buying more debt than disclosed 

-- (July 5th 2011) (Reuters) How Ecuador sold itself to China 

-- (December 21st 2011) (Reuters) China tops U.S, Japan to become top patent filer 

-- (January 5th 2014) (Reuters) Rising home prices send China's 'Rat Race' scurrying underground 

-- (January 28th 2015) (NYT) New Rules in China Upset Western Tech Companies

--- "The Chinese government has adopted new regulations requiring companies that sell computer equipment to Chinese banks to turn over secret source code, submit to invasive audits and build so-called back doors into hardware and software, according to a copy of the rules obtained by foreign technology companies that do billions of dollars’ worth of business in China."

-- (February 27th 2015) (NYT) Mutual Suspicion Mars Tech Trade With China

--- "But the graciousness came with a warning: Foreign companies had to behave if they wanted to stay in China’s $450 billion technology market."

-- (July 24th 2015) (NYT) China’s Global Ambitions, With Loans and Strings Attached

--- "The country has invested billions in Ecuador and elsewhere, using its economic clout to win diplomatic allies and secure natural resources around the world."

-- (November 30th 2015) (NYT) China’s Renminbi Is Approved by I.M.F. as a Main World Currency

-- (February 13th 2016) (NYT) Chinese Start to Lose Confidence in Their Currency

-- (February 25th 2016) (NYT) As China’s Economic Picture Turns Uglier, Beijing Applies Airbrush

-- (April 6th 2016) (NYT) Panama Papers Tie More of China’s Elite to Secret Accounts 

--- "At least three of the seven people on the Chinese Communist Party’s most powerful committee, including President Xi Jinping, have relatives who have controlled secretive offshore companies, the organization that has publicized a trove of leaked documents about hidden wealth reported on Wednesday."

-- (November 16th 2016) (NYT) JPMorgan Is Said to Settle Bribery Case Over Hiring in China

--- "After more than three years of digging into JPMorgan Chase’s hiring practices in China, federal authorities have determined that the bank hired the children of Chinese leaders as part of a quid pro quo to win business in the booming nation, clearing the way for a costly punishment."

-- (April 19th 2017) (NYT) As Zeal for China Dims, Global Companies Complain More Boldly

--- "In late March, a group of more than 50 American lawmakers sent a letter to the Chinese ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, taking direct aim at China’s restrictions on cloud computing. They wrote that current and draft regulations would force the transfer of valuable intellectual property to Chinese companies and effectively bar foreign cloud service providers “from operating or competing fairly in China.”"

-- (May 14th 2017) (NYT) Xi Jinping Positions China at Center of New Economic Order

-- (August 1st 2017) (NYT) Trump Administration Is Said to Open Broad Inquiry Into China’s Trade Practices

-- (August 12th 2017) (NYT) Trump Cautious on China Inquiry Over Intellectual Property Theft

-- (September 13th 2017) (NYT) Trump Blocks China-Backed Bid to Buy U.S. Chip Maker

--- "President Trump on Wednesday blocked a China-backed investor from buying an American semiconductor maker over national security concerns, a rare move that could signal more aggressive scrutiny of China’s deal-making ambitions."

-- (October 11th 2017) (NYT) China to Debtors: Pay Up or Be Shamed

--- "Troubled by huge debts run up by big state companies and politically connected local governments, China is taking steps instead to go after the little guys."

-- (December 12th 2017) (NYT) Sri Lanka, Struggling With Debt, Hands a Major Port to China

-- (December 13th 2017) (NYT) China Names and Shames Tech Tycoon With Debt Blacklist

-- (January 10th 2018) (NYT) Investors Spooked at Specter of Central Banks Halting Bond-Buying Spree

-- (March 1st 2018) (NYT) China’s Parliament Is a Growing Billionaires’ Club

-- (March 8th 2018) (NYT) China Vows Retaliation if Trump Engages in Trade War

-- (March 9th 2018) (NYT) How China Is Challenging American Dominance in Asia

-- (March 11st 2018) (NYT) China’s Xi Wins Constitutional Backing for New Strongman Era

-- (March 15th 2018) (NYT) Trump Readies Sweeping Tariffs and Investment Restrictions on China

-- (March 21st 2018) (NYT) Trump Plans to Slap Stiff Tariffs and Investment Restrictions on China

-- (March 22nd 2018) (NYT) Responding to Trump, China Plans New Tariffs on U.S. Goods

-- (March 23rd 2018) (NYT) For the U.S. and China, a Technology Cold War That’s Freezing Over

-- (March 25th 2018) (NYT) China Splits Top Jobs at Central Bank, Adding Another Reformer

-- (April 1st 2018) (NYT) Defying Trump, China Slaps Tariffs on 128 U.S. Products

-- (April 3rd 2018) (NYT) White House Unveils Tariffs on 1,300 Chinese Products

-- (April 5th 2018) (NYT) Why China Is Confident It Can Beat Trump in a Trade War

-- (April 5th 2018) (NYT) The U.S.-China Trade Conflict: How We Got to This Point

-- (May 20th 2018) (NYT) U.S. Suspending New Tariffs While Negotiating Trade With China, Mnuchin Says

-- (May 29th 2018) (NYT) White House Moves Ahead With Tough Trade Measures on China

-- (June 26th 2018) (NYT) As Trade Fight Looms, China Turns Censors on Its Own Policies

--- "China’s government, which tirelessly suppresses critical voices, unwanted ideologies and subversive memes, has turned its censors against an unlikely target: its own economic policies. As Washington and Beijing spar over trade, news outlets here have been ordered not to mention Made in China 2025, an industrial master plan that aims to turn the country into a high-tech superpower, according to two people at Chinese news organizations who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the censorship authorities’ secretive workings."

-- (July 5th 2018) (NYT) Trump’s Trade War With China Is Officially Underway

-- (July 5th 2018) (NYT) Credit Suisse Fined $77 Million in Corruption Inquiry

-- (July 11th 2018) (NYT) How Rare Earths (What?) Could Be Crucial in a U.S.-China Trade War

-- (July 12th 2018) (NYT) Trump’s Trade War With China Pierces the Heart of Michigan

-- (July 24th 2018) (NYT) Its Eye on China, Britain Pushes Back on Foreign Takeovers

-- (August 1st 2018) (NYT) China’s Plan to Win Friends and Influence Includes Ski Slopes and Spas

-- (August 3rd 2018) (NYT) China Threatens New Tariffs on $60 Billion of U.S. Goods

-- (September 16th 2018) (NYT) As Trump’s Trade War Mounts, China’s Wall Street Allies Lose Clout

-- (September 17th 2018) (NYT) Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War

-- (October 17th 2018) (NYT) Treasury Opts Against Labeling China a Currency Manipulator

-- (October 22nd 2018) (NYT) Swiss Bank Discourages China Travel After Banker Is Kept in Beijing

-- (November 15th 2018) (NYT) Scandals Catch Up to Private Chinese Hospitals, After Fortunes Are Made

-- (November 23rd 2018) (NYT) India and Australia Move to Tighten Bonds to Counter China’s Rise

-- (November 25th 2018) (NYT) "As China grew richer, the West assumed, political freedoms would follow."

-- (November 25th 2018) (NYT) "Beijing is leveraging its commercial and military might to redraw the terms of trade, diplomacy and security, challenging the liberal democratic order."

-- (November 27th 2018) (NYT) Jack Ma, China’s Richest Man, Belongs to the Communist Party. Of Course.

-- (December 1st 2018) (NYT) U.S. and China Call Truce in Trade War

-- (December 5th 2018) (NYT) Trump Cites ‘Strong Signals’ From Xi as Trade Fears Return

-- (January 20th 2019) (NYT) China’s Economy, by the Numbers, Is Worse Than It Looks

-- (January 22nd 2019) (NYT) How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

-- (February 6th 2019) (NYT) Workers’ Activism Rises as China’s Economy Slows. Xi Aims to Rein Them In.

-- (February 14th 2019) (NYT) New Zealand Fears Fraying Ties With China, Its Biggest Customer

-- (February 25th 2019) (NYT) Why Controlling 5G Could Mean Controlling the World

-- (March 5th 2019) (NYT) Companies Falsely Labeled Products ‘Made in U.S.A.’ Their Financial Penalty? $0.

-- (March 14th 2019) (NYT) Mnuchin’s Hollywood Ties Raise Ethical Questions in China Talks

-- (April 4th 2019) (NYT) Trump Says ‘Epic’ China Trade Deal Is Near Completion, but Hang-Ups Remain

-- (April 17th 2019) (NYT) F.C.C. Chair Plans to Block China Mobile From U.S. Market

-- (May 15th 2019) (NYT) Trump Moves to Ban Foreign Telecom Gear, Targeting Huawei in Battle With China

-- (May 21st 2019) (NYT) U.S. Restrictions on Huawei Expose a High-Tech Achilles’ Heel for China

-- (May 23rd 2019) (NYT) Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War

-- (June 2nd 2019) (NYT) For the Chao Family, Deep Ties to the World’s 2 Largest Economies

-- (June 9th 2019) (NYT) World Economic Leaders Warn of Fallout From Trade War Between U.S. and China

-- (June 14th 2019) (NYT) Bribes and Backdoor Deals Help Foreign Firms Sell to China’s Hospitals

-- (June 17th 2019) (Gateway Pundit) China Gets Caught Slapping Fake “Made in Vietnam” Tags on Products to Avoid US Tariffs 

-- (June 29th 2019) (NYT) 5 Takeaways From the G20 Summit: Easing Off Trump’s China Trade War, for Now

-- (July 11th 2019) (NYT) A Koch Executive’s Harassment in China Adds to Fears Among Visitors

-- (July 14th 2019) (NYT) China’s Economic Growth Slows as Trade War With U.S. Deepens

-- (July 22nd 2019) (NYT) Philippines Has Little Power Against China, Duterte Tells Lawmakers

-- (July 26th 2019) (NYT) Trump Presses World Trade Organization on China

-- (August 4th 2019) (NYT) China’s Currency Weakens in a Potential Challenge to Trump

-- (August 6th 2019) (NYT) In Trade War, China’s Hard-Line Stance Risks Economy

-- (August 7th 2019) (NYT) U.S. Moves to Ban Huawei From Government Contracts

-- (August 18th 2019) (NYT) China Pressures Business Over Hong Kong. Workers Get Caught in the Middle.

-- (August 24th 2019) (NYT) Trump Ordered U.S. Companies to Leave China. Is That Possible?

-- (September 2nd 2019) (Breitbart) Tech Entrepreneur Explains How Wall Street Sells Us Out to China 

--- "Foreign states — including China, Russia, and Saudi Arabia — procure intellectual property (IP) developed in America via venture capital (VC) operations, explained entrepreneur Jim Phillips, CEO of NANOMECH and founder of QuSHELL, in a Friday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with hosts Rebecca Mansour and special guest host Rick Manning."

-- (September 6th 2019) (NYT) China Injects $126 Billion Into Its Slowing Economy

-- (September 22nd 2019) (NYT) China Scores Businesses, and Low Grades Could Be a Trade-War Weapon

-- (October 2nd 2019) (Forbes) New Google Warning: 280M+ Android Users At Risk As China ‘Manipulates’ Play Store 

--- "Stories about China and the VPN market usually focus on the use of these virtual private networks to access news sites and social media when caught behind the country’s infamous “Great Firewall.” But now there’s a twist, with new research finding that “the top 10 Google Play search results for ‘vpn’ are dominated by [Chinese] apps participating in potentially fraudulent manipulation practices.” And those apps have secured more than 280 million installs between them."

-- (October 8th 2019) (NYT) N.B.A. Commissioner Commits to Free Speech as Chinese Companies Cut Ties

-- (October 11th 2019) (NYT) Trump Reaches ‘Phase 1’ Deal With China and Delays Planned Tariffs

-- (October 14th 2019) (NYT) How Deutsche Bank Hired Its Way to the Top in China

-- (December 12th 2019) (NYT) China’s Companies Binged on Debt. Now They Can’t Pay the Bill.

-- (December 23rd 2019) (NYT) After Truce With U.S., China Cuts Tariffs on Many Global Imports

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-- (December 31st 2019) (WSJ) Trump Says He Will Sign Phase-One Trade Deal With China on Jan. 15

-- (January 1st 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) China Moves to Steady Its Slowing Economic Growth

-- (January 1st 2020) (The Guardian) US election, Brexit and China to sway the markets in 2020

-- (January 2nd 2020) (WSJ) China Pauses U.K. Listings Project

-- (January 2nd 2020) (WSJ) Is America Ready to Win the China Trade War?

-- (January 7th 2020) (WSJ) GM Posts Its Biggest China Sales Decline

-- (January 7th 2020) (The Guardian) US trade deficit falls to three-year low in wake of China standoff

-- (January 9th 2020) (The Guardian) World’s fastest driverless bullet train launches in China

-- (January 11th 2020) (The Guardian) Trump vaunts his China trade pact – but some say it’s too little, too late

-- (January 12th 2020) (WSJ) Trade War With China Took Toll on U.S., but Not Big One

-- (January 13th 2020) (WSJ) How the U.S. and China Settled on a Trade Deal Neither Wanted

-- (January 13th 2020) (BBC) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) U.S. to Drop China’s Currency Manipulator Label Ahead of Trade Deal

-- (January 14th 2020) (NYT) China Trade Deal Details Protections for American Firms

-- (January 15th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (The Post Millennial) (WSJ) Trump Signs China Trade Deal, Putting Economic Conflict on Pause

-- (January 15th 2020) (WSJ) ‘What the Hell, This Is a Big Celebration’: Trump Touts Trade Deal at White House

-- (January 16th 2020) (NYT) China’s Improving Economic Data Masks Deeper Problems

-- (January 16th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Economic Growth Slows to 6.1% as Trade and Business Confidence Suffer

-- (January 16th 2020) (The Guardian) 'Regret and unhappiness': China offers muted response to US trade deal

-- (January 17th 2020) (BBC) (Breitbart) China's economic growth hits 30-year low 

-- (January 19th 2020) (The Guardian) With Brexit imminent, what are the chances of a UK trade deal with China?

-- (January 20th 2020) (NYT) How Technology Saved China’s Economy

-- (January 20th 2020) (NYT) The Story of China’s Economic Rise Unfolds in Switzerland

-- (January 22nd 2020) (WSJ) Investors Rattled by China’s Coronavirus Look to Past Epidemics for Clues

-- (January 22nd 2020) (WSJ) The Dark Business of Coronavirus

-- (January 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) China’s ‘Belt and Road’ Connects Africa to Deadly Virus

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) China Poised to Buy More From U.S., at the Expense of U.S. Allies

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) How China’s Virus Outbreak Could Threaten the Global Economy

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) World financial markets rocked by China coronavirus

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) China's biggest box office weekend scrapped amid coronavirus crisis

-- (January 23rd 2020) (WSJ) Facing Pushback From Allies, U.S. Set for Broader Huawei Effort

-- (January 24th 2020) (WSJ) Disneyland in Shanghai, McDonald’s in Wuhan to Shut Temporarily Amid Virus Outbreak

-- (January 24th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Forces China to Close Some Famous Landmarks

-- (January 24th 2020) (WSJ) Yuan Falters as China Battles Wuhan Virus

-- (January 26th 2020) (The Post Millennial) (WSJ) Boris Johnson allows Huawei role in 5G networks despite Trump’s warnings

-- (January 26th 2020) (WSJ) Virus Sparks Soul-Searching Over China’s Wild Animal Trade

-- (January 27th 2020) (NYT) Alarm Grows as Markets Tumble and Death Toll Rises

-- (January 27th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Stocks Have Worst Day Since October Over Coronavirus Worries

-- (January 27th 2020) (WSJ) Abolish Asia’s ‘Wet Markets,’ Where Pandemics Breed

-- (January 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Stocks and oil slump on fears over China virus outbreak – as it happened

-- (January 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Global markets slide on back of coronavirus concerns in China

-- (January 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Australian shares tumble over fears China's coronavirus could damage economy

-- (January 28th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) Global firms halt China travel as coronavirus spooks markets

-- (January 28th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Fears Push Cruise Lines to Suspend China Voyages

-- (January 29th 2020) (WSJ) Wuhan Coronavirus Poses a Risk to Steel Prices

-- (January 29th 2020) (The Guardian) McDonald's shuts 300 restaurants in China as coronavirus spreads

-- (January 29th 2020) (Business Insider) (WSJ) British Airways cancels all flights to mainland China as Wuhan coronavirus spreads

-- (January 29th 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus: American Airlines Suspends Some China Flights

-- (January 29th 2020) (WSJ) Airlines Brace for Coronavirus to Cut Into Revenue

-- (January 30th 2020) (Breitbart) American Airlines Pilots Union Sues to Halt Flights to China

-- (January 30th 2020) (NYT) Wall St. Shrugs Off Risks Related to Viral Outbreak in China

-- (January 30th 2020) (WSJ) Luxury Brands Fear Sales Hit as Chinese Shoppers Stay Home

-- (January 31st 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) 3 Major U.S. Airlines Suspend China Flights Over Coronavirus

-- (January 31st 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Quarantine Will Ripple Through Global Manufacturing

-- (February 1st 2020) (Breitbart) (WSJ) Apple to Temporarily Close Stores, Offices in China amid Virus Outbreak

-- (February 1st 2020) (WSJ) Avian Influenza in China Adds to Economic Concerns Amid Coronavirus Spread

-- (February 2nd 2020) (NYT) Stocks Sink as Markets Open in China

-- (February 2nd 2020) (WSJ) China’s Once-Hot Peer-to-Peer Lending Business Is Withering

-- (February 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) China Stocks Have Worst Day in Five Years

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) SARS Stung the Global Economy. The Coronavirus Is a Greater Menace.

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) OPEC Scrambles to React to Falling Oil Demand From China

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus May Delay Hard-Fought U.S. Trade Wins in China

-- (February 3rd 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Closes China to the World, Straining Global Economy

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) $9 Cabbages, Emergency Pork: Coronavirus Tests China on Food

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) Virus Exposes Cracks in Carmakers’ Chinese Supply Chains

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus in N.Y.: Without Chinese Tourists, Business Sags

-- (February 4th 2020) (WSJ) Out of Luck: Coronavirus Shuts Casinos in the World’s Biggest Gambling Hub

-- (February 4th 2020) (WSJ) Royal Caribbean Expects Coronavirus to Weigh on China Sales

-- (February 4th 2020) (WSJ) Chinese Supermarkets Fined, Warned Against Price Gouging Amid Outbreak

-- (February 4th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Pushing Effort to Develop 5G Alternative to Huawei

-- (February 6th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Cuts Tariffs on $75 Billion in U.S. Goods. That Was the Easy Part.

-- (February 6th 2020) (WSJ) KFC and Pizza Hut in China Are Suffering From the Coronavirus

-- (February 6th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: The economic cost is rising in China and beyond

-- (February 7th 2020) (NYT) From Starbucks to FedEx, Coronavirus Upends Businesses That Depend on China

-- (February 9th 2020) (WSJ) U.S.-China Trade War Reshaped Global Commerce

-- (February 9th 2020) (WSJ) Need for Face Masks in China Pushes Auto, Energy Companies to Make Them

-- (February 10th 2020) (NYT) ‘Like Europe in Medieval Times’: Virus Slows China’s Economy

-- (February 10th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Helps Drive China’s Consumer Prices to Highest Level in Over Eight Years

-- (February 10th 2020) (WSJ) Australian Dollar Sinks as Investors Brace for Coronavirus Slowdown in China

-- (February 10th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Businesses Struggle to Resume Work

-- (February 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) Corporatism And Solidarity: Why China Thrives And America Suffers

-- (February 11th 2020) (NYT) As Coronavirus Stifles China, Economic Logjams Build Worldwide

-- (February 11th 2020) (WSJ) A Chinese College Nurtured a Sprawling Business Empire. Then Came a Debt Crisis.

-- (February 11th 2020) (WSJ) In China, Delivery Drivers Are a Lifeline, but Risk Their Lives

-- (February 12th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Travel Industry Set for Multibillion-Dollar Hit From Coronavirus

-- (February 12th 2020) (WSJ) Beijing Pledges to Stabilize China’s Economy Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 13th 2020) (Breitbart) (SCMP) Coronavirus Outbreak Exposes China’s Monopoly on U.S. Drug, Medical Supplies 

-- (February 13th 2020) (NYT) As Virus Tightens Grip on China, the Art World Feels the Squeeze

-- (February 13th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Stimulus Strategy Faces New Test in Coronavirus

-- (February 13th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Huawei Charged With Racketeering

-- (February 14th 2020) (Breitbart) Expert: China Has ‘Global Chokehold’ on Medicine, Can Shut Down Our Pharmacies, Hospitals in Months

-- (February 14th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Outbreak Could Affect Production at 2 GM Plants, Union Officials Say

-- (February 15th 2020) (BBC) (The Guardian) HS2: UK in talks with China over construction of high-speed line

-- (February 15th 2020) (NYT) Trump Administration Considering Halting Sales of Aircraft Parts to China

-- (February 15th 2020) (WSJ) Selling Frozen Dumplings, Cutting Pay: Chinese Businesses Struggle to Survive Coronavirus

-- (February 16th 2020) (The Guardian) Transport secretary denies he spoke to China about HS2

-- (February 16th 2020) (WSJ) China Standoff Cost the NBA ‘Hundreds of Millions’

-- (February 17th 2020) (NYT) Slowed by the Coronavirus, China Inc. Struggles to Reopen

-- (February 17th 2020) (CNBC) (NYT) Apple warns on revenue guidance due to production delays, weak demand in China because of coronavirus

-- (February 17th 2020) (The Guardian) China accuses Australia of discriminating against Huawei

-- (February 17th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Cabin Fever: Working From Home Tests Employees’ Endurance

-- (February 18th 2020) (NYT) HSBC Plans to Cut 35,000 Jobs, Weighed Down by Virus and Hong Kong Unrest

-- (February 18th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Exposes Businesses’ Dependency on China

-- (February 18th 2020) (WSJ) Trump Supports Sales of High-Tech Products to China, in Blow to Hawks

-- (February 19th 2020) (WSJ) Peering Through the Coronavirus Murk Into China’s Economy

-- (February 21st 2020) (NYT) 13,000 Missing Flights: The Global Consequences of the Coronavirus

-- (February 21st 2020) (NYT) As New Cases Surge, Businesses Face Grim Fallout

-- (February 21st 2020) (The Guardian) China car sales tumble by 92% as coronavirus weighs on industry

-- (February 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) China encourages citizens to return to work as coronavirus hits economy

-- (February 24th 2020) (WSJ) With Migrant Workers in Limbo, Part of China’s Economy Is Stalled

-- (February 24th 2020) (WSJ) Stocks Slide as Virus Cases Accelerate Outside of Asia

-- (February 24th 2020) (WSJ) Fear of Coronavirus, Rather Than Virus Itself, Hits Economies

-- (February 24th 2020) (The Guardian) 'The losses are substantial': the NBA's trouble with China, four months on

-- (February 24th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus closures reveal vast scale of China’s secretive wildlife farm industry

-- (February 26th 2020) (Breitbart) Peter Navarro on Coronavirus: U.S. Has Offshored Essential Medicines to China

-- (February 26th 2020) (WSJ) Out of Stock: Coronavirus in China Threatens Amazon Sellers

-- (February 26th 2020) (WSJ) As China’s Economy Suffers, Xi Faces Pressure to Lift Virus Restrictions

-- (February 26th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Companies in China Warn 2020 Revenue Could Halve If Coronavirus Persists

-- (February 27th 2020) (Daily Caller) As The Coronavirus Spreads, Most Of America’s Medicine Still Comes From China

-- (February 27th 2020) (NYT) Virus Disrupts China’s Shipping, and World Ports Feel the Impact

-- (February 27th 2020) (NYT) China’s Ban on Wildlife Trade a Big Step, but Has Loopholes, Conservationists Say

-- (February 27th 2020) (WSJ) Starbucks Reopens Stores in China

-- (February 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Josh Hawley Introduces Legislation to Expose Chinese Monopoly of U.S. Drug, Medical Supplies

-- (February 28th 2020) (The Post Millennial) What Canadians should know about Nokia and Ericsson’s connections to China

-- (February 28th 2020) (WSJ) Huawei Seeks Advisers for U.S. Image Makeover

-- (February 29th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China’s Economy Reels as Coronavirus Hits Manufacturing Worse Than Financial Crisis

-- (March 2nd 2020) (NYT) Lawmakers Propose Making E-Commerce Companies Liable for Counterfeits

-- (March 2nd 2020) (NYT) China Stopped Its Economy to Tackle Coronavirus. Now the World Suffers.

-- (March 2nd 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Craters China Manufacturing Index

-- (March 2nd 2020) (WSJ) Chinese Businesses Are Running Out Of Time—And Cash

-- (March 3rd 2020) (Daily Caller) (WSJ) Tim Cook and Apple Bet Everything on China. Then Coronavirus Hit. 

-- (March 3rd 2020) (WSJ) Chinese Markets Are Proving Resilient to Coronavirus Turmoil

-- (March 4th 2020) (WSJ) Curbed by Coronavirus, China’s Truckers Can’t Wait to Get on the Road Again

-- (March 4th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Workers Suffer Layoffs, Slashed Pay and Shutdowns as Coronavirus Batters Businesses

-- (March 4th 2020) (The Guardian) IMF slashes growth forecasts and offers $50bn coronavirus help - as it happened

-- (March 5th 2020) (WSJ) Starbucks Cuts China Sales Forecast as Coronavirus Disrupts Business

-- (March 5th 2020) (WSJ) If Coronavirus-Stricken China Can’t Export Medicine, the World Is in Trouble

-- (March 6th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Trade Officials Grant Tariff Relief for Face Masks, Medical Equipment [https://archive.is/w9k8f]

-- (March 6th 2020) (The Guardian) Jaguar Land Rover hit by 85% sales slump in China due to coronavirus

-- (March 7th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Exports Plunge Amid Coronavirus Epidemic

-- (March 8th 2020) (WSJ) Companies That Got Out of China Before Coronavirus Are Still Tangled in Its Supply Chains

-- (March 9th 2020) (The Guardian) British Steel bought by China's Jingye, saving more than 3,000 jobs

-- (March 9th 2020) (WSJ) Virus Clouds China’s Prospects to Meet U.S. Trade Commitments

-- (March 9th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Chip Industry Fears Long-Term Damage From China Trade Fight

-- (March 9th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Companies in China Were Struggling Before Coronavirus

-- (March 11th 2020) (The Guardian) Adidas and Puma sales collapse in China amid coronavirus outbreak

-- (March 11th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Spurs U.S. Efforts to End China’s Chokehold on Drugs

-- (March 11th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus May Light Fuse on ‘Unexploded Bomb’ of Corporate Debt

-- (March 11th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Lawmakers Propose Tough Limits on Imports from Xinjiang

-- (March 11th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Buy American’ — White House Confirms Executive Order That Will End Medical Supply Chain Reliance On China

-- (March 11th 2020) (WSJ) Ailing Chinese Bank Secures $1.7 Billion of New Capital

-- (March 12th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Halting China’s Economy Was Hard. Restarting It Is Harder.

-- (March 12th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Crushes China Car Sales

-- (March 13th 2020) (NYT) The World Needs Masks. China Makes Them — But Has Been Hoarding Them.

-- (March 13th 2020) (WSJ) How China Kept Its Supermarkets Stocked as Coronavirus Raged

-- (March 13th 2020) (Breitbart) Hayward: China Threatens to Cut Off Medicine, Throw America into ‘Mighty Sea of Coronavirus’

-- (March 14th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) Apple Closes All Its Stores Outside China Over Coronavirus 

-- (March 16th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus deals China's economy a 'bigger blow than global financial crisis'

-- (March 17th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Pushes China’s Economy to the Brink

-- (March 19th 2020) (WSJ) Samsung’s Shift Away From China Looked Smart—Then the Coronavirus Hit

-- (March 20th 2020) (Breitbart) Farage: Coronavirus Exposes Western Supply Chain’s Dependence on China

-- (March 22nd 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus-Led Slowdown Tests the Mettle of China’s Shadow Banks

-- (March 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) As Australia closes all cinemas, China reopens 500 venues

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) Fiat Chrysler to Convert Chinese Plant to Make Masks for First Responders in U.S.

-- (March 23rd 2020) (NYT) The U.S. Needs China’s Masks, as Acrimony Grows

-- (March 25th 2020) (WSJ) As the West Shutters Stores, Retailers Cancel Orders From Asian Factories

-- (March 26th 2020) (WSJ) China Is Open for Business, But the Post-Coronavirus Reboot Looks Slow and Rocky

-- (March 26th 2020) (The National Pulse) China Used Its Global Companies To Suck Other Countries Dry Of Medical Supplies

-- (March 26th 2020) (Reuters) China's factories reopen, only to fire workers as virus shreds global trade

-- (March 26th 2020) (WSJ) U.S., China Trade Blame for Coronavirus, Hampering Global Economy Rescue

-- (March 27th 2020) (BBC) The uncertain future for China's electric car makers

-- (March 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Xi Jinping: China to Expand Pharmaceutical Monopoly, Keep ‘Unfettered Flow of Trade’

-- (March 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Chinese Companies Reap Huge Profits Making Medical Masks

-- (March 27th 2020) (Breitbart) China Boasts of ‘World Record’ Gas Extraction in South China Sea

-- (March 27th 2020) (NYT) China Pushes to Churn Out Coronavirus Gear, Yet Struggles to Police It

-- (March 30th 2020) (NYT) Xinjiang Returns to Work, but Coronavirus Worries Linger in China

-- (March 30th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Chinese wet markets remain open despite connection to coronavirus

-- (March 30th 2020) (WSJ) A New Shortage in China’s Coronavirus-Hit Economy: Jobs for Biggest Graduating Class in Years

-- (March 31st 2020) (The Guardian) FTSE 100 suffers worst quarter since 1987 as Covid-19 recession looms - as it happened

-- (March 31st 2020) (WSJ) Huawei Warns U.S. of Retaliation by Beijing; Profit Growth Slows

-- (March 31st 2020) (WSJ) The Pandemic Won’t End Sino-American Tensions Over Huawei

-- (April 1st 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus Threat: Dock Workers Refuse to Unload Chinese Cargo Ship

-- (April 1st 2020) (Breitbart) McCarthy: We Can’t Allow China to Control Supply Chain ‘in Any Industry’

-- (April 1st 2020) (WSJ) BlackRock and Neuberger Berman Seeking to Offer Mutual Funds in China

-- (April 1st 2020) (WSJ) Workers Return to China’s Factories, but Coronavirus Hurts Global Demand

-- (April 2nd 2020) (WSJ) Luckin, Rival to Starbucks in China, Says Employees Fabricated 2019 Sales; Stock Plummets

-- (April 2nd 2020) (WSJ) China’s New Coronavirus Policies Disrupt U.S. Air Cargo Operations

-- (April 2nd 2020) (WSJ) China Is Back to Work. But the Specter of Covid-19 Still Haunts the Economy

-- (April 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) Supply Shortage Sourced from China Plagues Ford’s Ventilator Production

-- (April 2nd 2020) (NYT) In Diplomatic Whipsaw, U.S. and China Seek to Cooperate on Pandemic and Economy

-- (April 3rd 2020) (WSJ) China Frees Up $56 Billion for Lending to Coronavirus-Hit Businesses

-- (April 5th 2020) (WSJ) Kept at Home by the Coronavirus, Many Chinese Fall Behind on Their Debts

-- (April 8th 2020) (WSJ) As Countries Vie for Coronavirus Supplies, Germany Cuts Deal with China

-- (April 9th 2020) (WSJ) Car Makers Get a Boost as Chinese Plants Slowly Return to Life

-- (April 9th 2020) (WSJ) China Chases Foreign Capital to Fend Off Coronavirus Slowdown

-- (April 9th 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus: U.S. Reliance on China Spurs Plastic Bottle Shortage

-- (April 9th 2020) (NYT) While the World Spends on Coronavirus Bailouts, China Holds Back

-- (April 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘We Are Too Reliant On China’: Cotton, Hawley Call On US To Regain Independence From Communist Regime

-- (April 10th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Car Sales Suffer Worst-Ever Quarter as Coronavirus Destroys Demand

-- (April 10th 2020) (WSJ) Most Insurers Won’t Touch Coronavirus Coverage for Businesses. In China, It’s Easy to Get.

-- (April 10th 2020) (Forbes) Kudlow: ‘Pay The Moving Costs’ Of American Companies Leaving China

-- (April 12th 2020) (WSJ) Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, China Bans Domestic Trade of Wild Animals, but Offers Tax Breaks for Exports

-- (April 14th 2020) (WSJ) Renault, Hit by Coronavirus and a Market Slump, to Close Its Main China Business

-- (April 14th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Export Bump Won’t Last, But Stimulus Bump Might

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Times of India) Korean companies keen to move out of China to India

-- (April 15th 2020) (The National Pulse) Divest. From. China.

-- (April 16th 2020) (Daily Caller) (WSJ) Medical Equipment Bound For America Stranded In China Due To New Export Restrictions: Memos 

-- (April 16th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) China’s Economy Shrinks, Ending a Nearly Half Century of Growth

-- (April 17th 2020) (WSJ) Pandemic Makes U.S.-China Economic Breakup More Likely, U.S. Businesses in China Say

-- (April 17th 2020) (WSJ) China Offers Early Test of Bonds Backed by Consumer Loans

-- (April 17th 2020) (BBC) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China's virus-hit economy shrinks for first time in decades 

-- (April 17th 2020) (WSJ) China’s GDP Warning to the West

-- (April 18th 2020) (Breitbart) China Says No to Writing Off Africa’s Belt and Road Debts

-- (April 19th 2020) (Breitbart) Donald Trump: Coronavirus Exposed Dangers of Supply Chains Dependent on China

-- (April 19th 2020) (Breitbart) Navarro: China Went from a Net Exporter of PPE to a Large Net Importer

-- (April 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) Here’s A List Of American Companies That Heavily Depend On China For Business

-- (April 20th 2020) (WSJ) China Rolls Out Pilot Test of Digital Currency

-- (April 21st 2020) (The Guardian) China doles out vouchers to encourage shoppers to spend again

-- (April 21st 2020) (The National Pulse) Biden: China Provides Jobs, ‘Fuels World’s Prosperity’

-- (April 21st 2020) (WSJ) Beyond Meat to Start Selling Plant-Based Beef in Starbucks China Stores

-- (April 23rd 2020) (WSJ) China’s Medical-Goods Market Is ‘Wild West’ Amid Surging Coronavirus Demand

-- (April 23rd 2020) (WSJ) When Oil Prices Went Negative, Investors in China Took a Hit

-- (April 23rd 2020) (WSJ) Asia’s Oil-Consuming Nations Add to Stockpiles Thanks to Bargain Prices

-- (April 24th 2020) (SCMP) Coronavirus: China faces fight to hang onto foreign manufacturers as US, Japan, EU make Covid-19 exit plans

-- (April 26th 2020) (WSJ) China Seeks to Ease Medical Goods Shipment Delays With New Rule

-- (April 27th 2020) (WSJ) Luckin Coffee Under Investigation by China’s Top Commerce Regulator

-- (April 27th 2020) (WSJ) Commerce Department Tightens Rules on Exports to China

-- (April 28th 2020) (NYT) China’s Factories Are Back. Its Consumers Aren’t.

-- (April 29th 2020) (The National Pulse) Bill Opened the Gates to Chinese Dominance, Now He Calls It ‘A Distraction’

-- (April 29th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Disrupts Illegal Wildlife Trafficking, for Now

-- (April 30th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Exporters Are Feeling Gloomy Even as Economy Restarts

-- (May 1st 2020) (NYT) Companies Sell the Blood of Recovered Coronavirus Patients for Exorbitant Prices

-- (May 1st 2020) (WSJ) Scandal-Struck Luckin Coffee Loses Its Technology Chief

-- (May 1st 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Moves to Ban Use of Some Foreign Power Gear

-- (May 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) Report: China May Lose $200 Billion in Belt and Road Africa Wing

-- (May 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) China and Australia: how a war of words over coronavirus turned to threats of a trade war

-- (May 3rd 2020) (WSJ) Global Brands Need China’s Consumers to Spend. They Might Have to Wait.

-- (May 5th 2020) (Washington Examiner) White House sees British trade talks as 'chance to cement anti-China alliance'

-- (May 5th 2020) (NY Post) Gov. Gavin Newsom rejects request for details on $1B China mask deal

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) Here Are The Major US Industries And Corporations Most In Bed With China

-- (May 6th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘They’re Going To Need To Pay’: Ron DeSantis Says China Hoarded PPE ‘To Screw Over The Rest Of The World’

-- (May 7th 2020) (WSJ) Budweiser Brewer Hit by Pandemic, but Sees Bright Spots in U.S., China

-- (May 7th 2020) (WSJ) FDA Pulls Approval for Dozens of Mask Makers in China

-- (May 7th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Auto Market Rumbles Back to Growth

-- (May 8th 2020) (Breitbart) GOP Rep. Aderholt: ‘Cheap Products’ from China Now Costing U.S. ‘Dearly’

-- (May 8th 2020) (Breitbart) U.S. Faces Meat Shortages as Pork, Other Protein Exports to China Soar

-- (May 8th 2020) (WSJ) Why China Is Withholding Stimulus Amid Coronavirus-Sparked Downturn

-- (May 9th 2020) (The National Pulse) Rep. Gaetz: End Reliance on China, Repatriate Production, And Restock Obama’s Depleted PPE Supplies

-- (May 11th 2020) (WSJ) The Coronavirus Sees China’s Local Governments Binge on Off-the-Books Debt

-- (May 11th 2020) (Daily Caller) Top White House China Hawk Doesn’t Rule Out Tearing Up Phase 1 Of The China Trade Deal

-- (May 11th 2020) (9to5mac.com) Apple considering massive shift of iPhone production from China to India

-- (May 12th 2020) (Daily Caller) White House Confirms: Trump Won’t Reopen Trade Negotiations With China

-- (May 12th 2020) (The Guardian) US message to Britain in bilateral trade talks: it's us – or China

-- (May 12th 2020) (WSJ) China Economic Data Indicate V-Shaped Recovery Is Unlikely

-- (May 12th 2020) (WSJ) Huawei Struggles to Get Along Without Google

-- (May 13th 2020) (NYT) Where Bats Are Still on the Menu, if No Longer the Best Seller

-- (May 13th 2020) (The Guardian) Australia urged to avoid 'megaphone diplomacy' with China over trade dispute

-- (May 13th 2020) (WSJ) Regulators Deny Approval of Chinese Masks in Giant California Order

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Investors can return to obsessing over relations between US and China

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Global report: Trump threat to cut trade ties over Covid-19 branded 'lunacy' by Chinese media

-- (May 14th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Clout Loses Punch as Trading Partners Push Back Over Coronavirus

-- (May 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) Japan Is Taking Major Steps To Decrease Its Economic Dependence On China

-- (May 15th 2020) (The National Pulse) Tennessee Became China’s Most Dependent U.S. State Following Bill Hagerty’s Tenure As Economy Chief

-- (May 15th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Seemingly Tamed, Chinese Economy Starts to Recover

-- (May 15th 2020) (NYT) J.C. Penney Files for Bankruptcy Protection

-- (May 16th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Poised To Buy Up Texas Oil Amid Coronavirus Slump

-- (May 18th 2020) (NYT) Poor Countries Borrowed Billions from China. They Can’t Pay It Back.

-- (May 19th 2020) (The Guardian) After barley, what next? Australian industries exposed if China trade tensions persist

-- (May 19th 2020) (WSJ) Nasdaq Moves to Delist China’s Luckin Coffee

-- (May 19th 2020) (WSJ) Neither Coronavirus Nor Trade Tensions Can Stop U.S. Companies’ Push Into China

-- (May 19th 2020) (WSJ) China Ramping Up Purchases of U.S. Farm Goods

-- (May 20th 2020) (The Guardian) Australia vows to stand up to China amid reports wine and dairy exports could be targeted next

-- (May 21st 2020) (WSJ) U.S.-China Trade Deal Is Intact, Larry Kudlow Says

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Scraps GDP Target for 2020

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) UK economy in 'unprecedented downturn' as activity keeps falling - as it happened

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Deputy PM 'very concerned' over reports China's power plants warned not to buy Australian coal

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) China’s ‘Crude Oil Treasure’ Promised Riches. Now Investors Owe the Bank.

-- (May 22nd 2020) (WSJ) In Dropping Growth Target, China Acknowledges Severity of Its Economic Challenges

-- (May 22nd 2020) (NYT) Stocks Fall on China Crackdown Worries: Live Updates

-- (May 22nd 2020) (The Guardian) Global markets fall as China moves to tighten control over Hong Kong

-- (May 22nd 2020) (BBC) NPC: China's congress will be about Hong Kong, the virus and the economy 

Chinese Police State (Propaganda/Surveillance/Suppression/Human Rights)

-- (February 15th 2008) (Foreign Policy) Mao offered Kissinger 10 million Chinese women 

-- (October 18th 2014) (Business Insider) China Hires As Many As 300,000 Internet Trolls To Make The Communist Party Look Good 

-- (January 4th 2015) (NYT) Maoists in China, Given New Life, Attack Dissent

--- "They pounce on bloggers who dare mock their beloved Chairman Mao. They scour the nation’s classrooms and newspapers for strains of Western-inspired liberal heresies. And they have taken down professors, journalists and others deemed disloyal to Communist Party orthodoxy."

-- (February 9th 2015) (NYT) China Tells Schools to Suppress Western Ideas, With One Big Exception

--- "They are out there, hiding in library stacks, whispering in lecture halls, armed with dangerous textbooks and subversive pop quizzes: foreign enemies plotting a stealthy academic invasion of Chinese universities."

-- (February 26th 2015) (NYT) In China, Civic Groups’ Freedom, and Followers, Are Vanishing

--- "First, the police took away the think tank’s former graphic designer, then the young man who organized seminars, and eventually its founder. Another employee fled China’s capital, fearing he would be forced to testify against his colleagues in rigged trials."

-- (March 8th 2015) (NYT) China Detains Several Women’s Rights Activists

-- (April 5th 2015) (NYT) Taking Feminist Battle to China’s Streets, and Landing in Jail 

-- (July 22nd 2015) (NYT) China Targeting Rights Lawyers in a Crackdown

--- "More than 200 lawyers and associates have been detained, with 20 still in custody. Some have been paraded on television making humiliating confessions or portrayed as rabble-rousing thugs. A blast of commentaries in newspapers run by the Communist Party has accused them of subversion and swindles."

-- (October 29th 2015) (NYT) China to End One-Child Policy, Allowing Families Two Children

-- (October 29th 2015) (Daily Caller) China, Russia Pay Washington Post To Publish Their Propaganda 

--- "“These paid supplements have run in the paper semi-regularly for many years, and have always been clearly labeled as advertising,” Post spokeswoman Kris Coratti told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “We give advertisers wide latitude to have their say — generally if the ads are not illegal or advocating illegal actions we try not to place limits on speech or content. We have accepted the China Daily and Russia Beyond the Headlines ads for years under these standards,” Coratti said."

-- (January 9th 2016) (NYT) A German’s Video Likens Mao to Hitler, and China Wants Him Punished 

--- "when Mr. Rehage called Mao Zedong “China’s Hitler” in a YouTube video in December, he said, reaction became “ridiculous.” An influential Communist Party website called for him to be punished under Chinese law, despite the fact that Mr. Rehage lives in Hamburg. Coupled with events like the recent disappearances of five people connected to a Hong Kong publisher of books critical of Beijing, the episode has raised questions about China’s reach across borders."

-- (February 22nd 2016) (NYT) Xi Jinping’s News Alert: Chinese Media Must Serve the Party

--- "The blanket coverage reflected the brazen and far-reaching media policy announced by Mr. Xi on his choreographed tour: The Chinese news media exists to serve as a propaganda tool for the Communist Party, and it must pledge its fealty to Mr. Xi."

-- (March 20th 2016) (Independent) FACEBOOK'S MARK ZUCKERBERG MEETS CHINESE PROPAGANDA MINISTER 

--- "According to state-sponsored news sources in China, Mr Liu told Mr Zuckerberg that Facebook should share its knowledge, experience and data in order to help "internet development better benefit the people of all countries.""

-- (April 13th 2016) (NYT) Judge in China Rules Gay Couple Cannot Marry

-- (April 28th 2016) (NYT) Clampdown in China Restricts 7,000 Foreign Organizations 

--- "China took a major step on Thursday in President Xi Jinping’s drive to impose greater control and limit Western influences on Chinese society, as it passed a new law restricting the work of foreign organizations and their local partners, mainly through police supervision. More than 7,000 foreign nongovernment groups will be affected, according to state news reports."

-- (June 2nd 2016) (NYT) China’s Foreign Minister Castigates Canadian Reporter for Rights Question

--- "Canadians, apart perhaps from hockey players, seem to pride themselves on being affable people averse to confrontation. But China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, clearly decided that being in Canada was no reason to hold his temper. Especially when it comes to questions on his country’s human rights record."

-- (September 7th 2016) (NYT) Pressing Asia Agenda, Obama Treads Lightly on Human Rights

-- (September 22nd 2016) (NYT) Foreign Reporters in China Face More Restrictions Now, Report Says

-- (October 22nd 2016) (NYT) China’s Antigraft Enforcers Take On a New Role: Policing Loyalty

-- (November 20th 2016) (NYT) Villager’s Execution in China Ignites Uproar Over Inequality of Justice

-- (November 24th 2016) (Hong Kong Free Press) China failing to deliver on human rights promises, NGO tells UN 

-- (November 30th 2016) (globalvoices.org) Alipay’s New App Abuses Personal Data and Reinforces China's Class Divisions, Critics Say 

-- (January 1st 2017) (NYT) Couple Held in China Are Free, but ‘Even Now We Live Under a Cloud’

--- "When the restaurant elevator doors opened onto a crowd of people, many holding video cameras, Kevin and Julia Garratt thought they had stumbled into a wedding party. But this was no celebration. In a flash, the Garratts were snatched by men and shoved into separate cars. They would not see each other for more than two years."

-- (February 6th 2017) (Radio Free Asia) China to Prosecute Ethnic Mongolian Over Tweet About Land Dispute 

--- "Chinese authorities in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have formally arrested an ethnic Mongolian activist who posted social media comments in support of his Mongolian herding community near Tongliao city amid a long-running dispute over land."

-- (February 15th 2017) (The Guardian) China 'eliminating civil society' by targeting human rights activists – report 

--- "Report details use of torture by Chinese security agencies – including beatings, stress positions and sleep deprivation – to force activists to confess ‘crimes’"

-- (March 2nd 2017) (NPR) China Describes Its Vision Of Government-Controlled Internet 

-- (March 3rd 2017) (The Guardian) BBC crew attacked in China and forced to sign confession 

--- "A BBC camera crew reporting in China was attacked and later forced by police to apologise and sign a confession for trying to conduct an “illegal interview”, one of its reporters has said."

-- (March 11th 2017) (Al Jazeera) Tales of war: Is China's academic freedom at risk? 

--- "Chinese historian Hong Zhenkuai talks about challenging historical facts supported by the Chinese government."

-- (April 20th 2017) (NYT) Furor in China Over Team’s Banner: ‘Keep Homosexuality Far From Campus’

-- (May 3rd 2017) (AP) UN rights envoy was followed in China, sources intimidated

-- (May 31st 2017) (Reuters) China police detain gay activists after Xian event canceled 

--- "Police in China’s northwestern city of Xian briefly detained nine gay activists, saying the city did not welcome gay people, after they tried to organize a gay rights conference there, one of the activists told Reuters on Wednesday."

-- (June 9th 2017) (Radio Free Asia) China Charges Activist Over Tiananmen Massacre T-Shirt And Friends Who 'Sheltered' Her 

-- (July 25th 2017) (NYT) ‘Flee at Once’: China’s Besieged Human Rights Lawyers

-- (June 27th 2017) (NYT) China Is Among Worst Human Trafficking Offenders, State Dept. Says

-- (June 28th 2017) (NYT) China Releases Activists Scrutinizing Ivanka Trump Shoe Factory

-- (July 22nd 2017) (NYT) From Political Star to ‘a Sacrificial Object’ in China

--- "Then, on July 15, he abruptly vanished. Within five days of publicly vowing absolute loyalty to Mr. Xi and extolling his “superlative political wisdom,” Mr. Sun was dismissed and put under investigation and has since disappeared, his career terminated by the man he had praised."

-- (August 24th 2017) (CPJ) Chinese authorities briefly detain Globe and Mail journalist in Xinjiang 

-- (September 1st 2017) (Breitbart) China Imposes 15-Day Jail Sentences for ‘Disrespecting’ National Anthem

-- (October 15th 2017) (NYT) To Inspire Young Communists, China Turns to ‘Red Army’ Schools

-- (October 19th 2017) (The Guardian) UN tells China to release human rights activists and pay them compensation 

-- (October 23rd 2017) (TIME) China Is Creating a Database of Its Citizens' Voices to Boost its Surveillance Capability: Report 

-- (October 25th 2017) (QZ) China’s Communist Party is all in on the power of technology 

-- (November 8th 2017) (NYT) China Spreads Propaganda to U.S. on Facebook, a Platform it Bans at Home

-- (November 23rd 2017) (CNN) China's media enables tyranny and corruption 

--- "I can count myself lucky that when the Chinese secret police arrested me for reporting on worker strikes and branded me a spy, all they did was deport me. It was June 3, 2002, and I was filming a worker protest undercover for a PBS documentary. As I interviewed a laid-off worker, I was jumped by thugs, thrown into a van, driven to a black spot and held incommunicado for 48 hours."

-- (December 3rd 2017) (NYT) China’s Top Ideologue Calls for Tight Control of Internet

-- (December 5th 2017) (NYT) Inside China’s Big Tech Conference, New Ways to Track Citizens

-- (January 23rd 2018) (NYT) Sweden Wants Answers About Its Seized Citizen. China Isn’t Giving Any.

-- (January 28th 2018) (NYT) The Propaganda I See on My Morning Commute

-- (February 3rd 2018) (NYT) What It’s Like to Live in a Surveillance State

-- (March 4th 2018) (NYT) China’s Women-Only Subway Cars, Where Men Rush In

-- (March 9th 2018) (NYT) Far From Home and Censors, Some Chinese Students Protest Xi’s Power Move 

--- "“Never My President” said the poster that Longxiao Li, 24, put up on Thursday in the library at New York University’s MetroTech campus in Brooklyn. The words were superimposed over a face of Mr. Xi, and were a reference, Mr. Li said, to the lack of democratic elections in China. “The Chinese Communist Party is an authoritarian dictatorship,” Mr. Li, 24, a graduate student in game design from Shenzhen, said in a telephone interview on Friday. “He’s never been my president. No one ever elected him.”"

-- (March 31st 2018) (NYT) A Hong Kong Newspaper on a Mission to Promote China’s Soft Power

-- (April 11th 2018) (NYT) How China Uses Forced Confessions as Propaganda Tool 

-- (July 8th 2018) (NYT) Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras

-- (July 10th 2018) (NYT) A Tech Guru Captivated Canada. Then He Fled to China.

-- (July 16th 2018) (NYT) Looking Through the Eyes of China’s Surveillance State

-- (August 23rd 2018) (NYT) China Forces Out Buzzfeed Journalist

-- (September 13th 2018) (NYT) What Happened to Fan Bingbing, China’s Most Famous Actress?

-- (October 2nd 2018) (NYT) Fan Bingbing, China’s Most Famous Actress, Faces Huge Fines in Tax Evasion

-- (October 5th 2018) (Breitbart) Interpol President Disappears on Trip to China 

-- (October 8th 2018) (NYT) Interpol Chief Was China’s Pride. His Fall Exposes the Country’s Dark Side.

-- (October 8th 2018) (NYT) Journalist’s Expulsion From Hong Kong ‘Sends a Chilling Message’

-- (October 16th 2018) (NYT) Chinese Internet Star Detained for ‘Disrespectful’ Version of National Anthem

-- (October 22nd 2018) (Breitbart) Wife Fears Missing Interpol Chief Dead: ‘Everybody in China Is at Risk’ 

-- (November 10th 2018) (NYT) Ma Jian, Exiled Chinese Novelist, Hails Appearance as Victory for Rights

-- (November 11th 2018) (NYT) Young Activists Go Missing in China, Raising Fears of Crackdown

-- (November 21st 2018) (Bloomberg) Beijing to Judge Every Resident Based on Behavior by End of 2020 

-- (November 22nd 2018) (Independent) China blacklists millions of people from booking flights as 'social credit' system introduced 

--- "Officials say aim is to make it ‘difficult to move’ for those deemed ‘untrustworthy’"

-- (November 25th 2018) (NYT) China’s Tactic to Catch a Fugitive Official: Hold His Two American Children

-- (December 7th 2018) (NYT) China Watchers Demand Action on Harassment of New Zealand Professor

-- (December 14th 2018) (NYT) Acclaimed Photographer Arrested in Far West China, Wife Says

-- (December 14th 2018) (NYT) The Canadians Detained in China: An Ex-Diplomat and a Daring ‘Fixer’

-- (December 18th 2018) (NYT) China’s Leader Says Party Must Control ‘All Tasks,’ and Asian Markets Slump

-- (December 24th 2018) (New Yorker) China’s Bizarre Program to Keep Activists in Check 

--- "Recently, the Beijing police took my brother sightseeing again. Nine days, two guards, chauffeured tours through a national park that’s a World Heritage site, visits to Taoist temples and to the Three Gorges, expenses fully covered, all courtesy of the Ministry of Public Security. The point was to get him out of town during the 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, held in early September. The capital had to be in a state of perfect order; no trace of trouble was permissible. And Zha Jianguo, a veteran democracy activist, is considered a professional troublemaker."

-- (December 26th 2018) (NYT) China Holds Secret Trial for Rights Lawyer After 3 Years in Detention

-- (December 28th 2018) (NYT) Students Defiant as Chinese University Cracks Down on Young Communists

-- (December 30th 2018) (smh.com.au) China's disappeared: a look at who went missing in 2018 

-- (January 3rd 2019) (NYT) U.S. Renews China Travel Warning, Citing Risk of Arbitrary Detention

-- (January 3rd 2019) (Fast Company) Former NYT editor claims publisher drafted letter “all but apologizing” to China for tough story 

-- (January 3rd 2019) (The Guardian) Canada says 13 citizens detained in China since Huawei CFO's arrest 

--- "The Canadian government has said several times it sees no explicit link between the arrest of Meng, the daughter of Huawei’s founder, and the detentions of Canadian citizens. But Beijing-based western diplomats and former Canadian diplomats have said they believe the detentions were a “tit-for-tat” reprisal by China."

-- (January 10th 2019) (NYT) China’s Ambassador to Canada Blames ‘White Supremacy’ in Feud Over Arrests

-- (January 14th 2019) (NYT) China Sentences a Canadian, Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, to Death

-- (January 14th 2019) (CBC) Trudeau accuses China of 'arbitrarily' applying death sentence in Canadian case 

--- "A Chinese court on Monday sentenced a Canadian man to death for drug smuggling — a ruling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was quick to condemn and one that is certain to aggravate tense relations between Beijing and Ottawa."

-- (January 19th 2019) (NYT) Wife of Former Interpol Chief Seeks Asylum in France

-- (January 24th 2019) (Bloomberg) Inside Xinjiang: A 10-Day Tour of China’s Most Repressed State 

-- (February 17th 2019) (NYT) ‘Show Me That My Father Is Alive.’ China Faces Torrent of Online Pleas.

-- (February 21st 2019) (NYT) New Zealand’s Former Leader Is Depicted by China as Praising Its Policies

-- (February 21st 2019) (NYT) China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise

-- (March 5th 2019) (Ars Technica) China’s “democracy” includes mandatory apps, mass chat surveillance 

--- "Researcher discovers servers in China collecting data on 364 million social media profiles daily."

-- (March 8th 2019) (NYT) Facing Legal Scrutiny, China’s State TV Recalls Its U.S. Head

-- (April 7th 2019) (NYT) In China, an App About Xi Is Literally Becoming Impossible to Ignore

-- (April 11th 2019) (NYT) In China, a $30,000 Penalty for Maligning a Building’s Feng Shui

-- (April 11th 2019) (NYT) Criticism for China’s Child Modeling Industry After Video of 3-Year-Old Being Kicked

-- (April 12th 2019) (NYT) China Enlarges Its Circle in Europe, and Tries to Convince Europeans It Comes in Peace

-- (April 14th 2019) (NYT) One Month, 500,000 Face Scans: How China Is Using A.I. to Profile a Minority

-- (April 26th 2019) (WSJ) China Installed Its Top Cop to Steer Interpol. Then He Disappeared.

-- (May 2nd 2019) (NYT) Will China Export its Illiberal Innovation?

-- (May 6th 2019) (NYT) The Chinese Surveillance State, Part 1

-- (May 7th 2019) (NYT) The Chinese Surveillance State, Part 2

-- (5:20 AM · May 10, 2019) (Twitter) "CNN traveled to China’s Xinjiang province to try to investigate facilities that the US says are detention camps. But, as @MattRiversCNN explains, the team was followed, harassed and delayed by authorities from the moment they arrived" 

-- (May 22nd 2019) (NYT) How China Uses High-Tech Surveillance to Subdue Minorities

-- (June 7th 2019) (NYT) For China’s Leading Investigative Reporter, Enough Is Enough

-- (June 27th 2019) (Radio Free Asia) Court in China's Chongqing Jails WeChat Foreign News Service Moderator 

-- (July 2nd 2019) (NYT) China Snares Tourists’ Phones in Surveillance Dragnet by Adding Secret App

-- (July 10th 2019) (NYT) China Rebuked by 22 Nations Over Xinjiang Repression

-- (July 12th 2019) (NYT) ‘We’re Almost Extinct’: China’s Investigative Journalists Are Silenced Under Xi

-- (July 14th 2019) (NYT) China Arrests Another Canadian, Adding to Diplomatic Tensions

-- (July 29th 2019) (NYT) Chinese Internet Pioneer Who Exposed Misdeeds Gets Heavy Prison Term

-- (August 17th 2019) (NYT) Teenage Brides Trafficked to China Reveal Ordeal: ‘Ma, I’ve Been Sold’

-- (August 19th 2019) (NYT) China: Free Our Parents From Concentration Camps

-- (August 21st 2019) (Bloomberg) Twitter Helps Beijing Push Agenda Abroad Despite Ban in China 

-- (August 27th 2019) (Foreign Policy) The World Bank Was Warned About Funding Repression in Xinjiang

--- "A school supported by the $50 million loan purchased barbed wire, gas launchers, and body armor."

-- (August 27th 2019) (Breitbart) Wikipedia Editors Attack China Critic ‘Epoch Times’ After NBC Hit Piece 

--- "After NBC News published a hit piece on news outlet the Epoch Times and its association with the Falun Gong, a spiritual movement persecuted by China’s government, the Wikipedia page for the outlet was vandalized and filled with attacks sourced to the piece. One editor involved has a history of attacking Falun Gong and defending Chinese communist figures such as Mao Zedong."

-- (August 29th 2019) (NPR) China Intercepts WeChat Texts From U.S. And Abroad, Researchers Say 

-- (August 30th 2019) (NYT) China Expels Wall Street Journal Reporter After Article on Xi’s Cousin

-- (September 12th 2019) (Business Insider) China secretly abducted a university president leaving on a trip to Germany and convicted him in a sham trial. Two years on, he may be executed. 

-- (September 13th 2019) (NYT) After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China

-- (October 5th 2019) (NYT) China Masters Political Propaganda for the Instagram Age

-- (October 9th 2019) (NYT) Chinese Media’s Attacks on Apple and N.B.A. Help Inflame Nationalism

-- (November 1st 2019) (NYT) In China, Working Mothers Say They Are Fired or Sidelined

-- (December 17th 2019) (NYT) A Surveillance Net Blankets China’s Cities, Giving Police Vast Powers

-- (December 23rd 2019) (NYT) Inside Christmas Card, Girl Finds Plea From Chinese Prison Laborers

-- (December 26th 2019) (NYT) They Said #MeToo. Now They Are Being Sued.

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-- (January 5th 2020) (The Guardian) China accused of buying influence after Czech billionaire funds PR push

-- (January 8th 2020) (NYT) At ‘Sacred’ Lake, Chinese Declare Love for Xi and Communist Party

-- (January 22nd 2020) (Daily Caller) (NYT) (The Guardian) Wuhan, Center of Coronavirus Outbreak, Is Being Cut Off by Chinese Authorities  

-- (January 22nd 2020) (NYT) Scale of China’s Wuhan Shutdown Is Believed to Be Without Precedent

-- (January 23rd 2020) (NYT) China Expands Virus Lockdown, Encircling 35 Million

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) China virus: ten cities locked down and Beijing festivities scrapped

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: panic and anger in Wuhan as China orders city into lockdown

-- (January 23rd 2020) (The Post Millennial) CORONAVIRUS: Public transportation and airport shut down in Wuhan to contain virus

-- (January 23rd 2020) (WSJ) China Holds Back Some Ships from Calling at Wuhan

-- (January 24th 2020) (The Atlantic) A Historic Quarantine

-- (January 24th 2020) (The Guardian) Friday briefing: China suspends transport for 20m people

-- (January 26th 2020) (NYT) As Coronavirus Fears Intensify, Effectiveness of Quarantines Is Questioned

-- (January 28th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Crisis Exposes Cracks in China’s Facade of Unity

-- (January 29th 2020) (WSJ) As China Locks Down Cities, Residents Battle Virus Fears—and Boredom

-- (February 1st 2020) (The Guardian) Travel bans plunge China into deepening isolation over coronavirus

-- (February 2nd 2020) (NYT) ‘Scared and Panicked’: Travelers Rush to Avoid Virus Quarantine

-- (February 2nd 2020) (The Guardian) China's reaction to the coronavirus outbreak violates human rights

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) ‘I Feel Abandoned’: How Residents in Wuhan Are Coping With Coronavirus

-- (February 3rd 2020) (The Guardian) More surveillance, tighter controls: China's coronavirus crackdown

-- (February 3rd 2020) (WSJ) China Is the Real Sick Man of Asia

-- (February 4th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Crisis Shows China’s Governance Failure

-- (February 5th 2020) (Daily Caller) Mother Of Cancer-Diagnosed Daughter Pleads For Passage At Coronavirus Barricade In China

-- (February 5th 2020) (NYT) Losing Track of Time in the Epicenter of China's Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 6th 2020) (NYT) China Tightens Wuhan Lockdown in ‘Wartime’ Battle With Coronavirus

-- (February 6th 2020) (WSJ) How AI Spotted and Tracked the Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 8th 2020) (NYT) ‘Innocent, but Implicated’: Wuhan Native Is in Limbo During Epidemic

-- (February 12th 2020) (The Guardian) China to relax its internet restrictions for 100,000 students hit by Australia's coronavirus travel ban

-- (February 13th 2020) (NYT) China Is Tracking Travelers From Hubei

-- (February 13th 2020) (NYT) An American in a Locked Down Chinese Town: ‘Everyone Here Is So Bored’

-- (February 15th 2020) (NYT) To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China

-- (February 15th 2020) (NYT) ‘I Cannot Remain Silent’

-- (February 18th 2020) (WSJ) China Turns to Health-Rating Apps to Control Movements During Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 19th 2020) (The Guardian) Dissent becomes the next victim of coronavirus as China cracks down

-- (February 24th 2020) (Breitbart) China Re-Quarantines ‘Cured’ Coronavirus Patients

-- (February 26th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Weakens China’s Powerful Propaganda Machine 

-- (February 26th 2020) (WSJ) China Tightens Screening of Travelers, Fearing Reinfection From Abroad

-- (March 1st 2020) (NYT) In Coronavirus Fight, China Gives Citizens a Color Code, With Red Flags

-- (March 3rd 2020) (WSJ) China Tightens Coronavirus Restrictions to Shield Beijing

-- (March 4th 2020) (NYT) Inside China’s All-Out War on the Coronavirus

-- (March 7th 2020) (NYT) China May Be Beating the Coronavirus, at a Painful Cost

-- (March 8th 2020) (The Guardian) 'The new normal': China's excessive coronavirus public monitoring could be here to stay

-- (March 8th 2020) (The Guardian) China is ill, but it goes much deeper than the coronavirus

-- (March 10th 2020) (WSJ) How China Slowed Coronavirus: Lockdowns, Surveillance, Enforcers

-- (March 12th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Coronavirus War Targets a New Threat: Foreigners

-- (March 14th 2020) (WSJ) What’s Quarantined Life Like? China’s Nationwide Hibernation Offers a Hint

-- (March 17th 2020) (The National Pulse) China’s Digital ‘Wu Mao’ Army Target Trump Over Coronavirus

-- (March 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) NBC News Correspondent Says Coronavirus ‘Is A Bat Virus, Not A China Virus’

-- (March 18th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Coronavirus Response Toughens State Control and Weakens the Private Market

-- (March 19th 2020) (The Guardian) China's coronavirus lockdown strategy: brutal but effective

-- (March 19th 2020) (The National Pulse) CBS Glorifies China’s Response to Coronavirus

-- (March 20th 2020) (The Guardian) China gets a glimpse of life on the other side of coronavirus

-- (March 21st 2020) (Breitbart) Wuhan Resident: China Sent Me to a Mental Hospital for a Lawsuit

-- (March 22nd 2020) (The National Pulse) China’s Western Propaganda Group, in 90 U.S. Universities, Promotes ‘Timely, Transparent, Open And Effective’ CCP Response to Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Daily Caller) Wikipedia’s ‘Wuhan Virus’ Edit Battle Is Part Of A Growing Propaganda War Between China And The U.S.

-- (March 24th 2020) (The Guardian) China to lift travel restrictions in Hubei after months of coronavirus lockdown

-- (March 24th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Progress Against Coronavirus Used Draconian Tactics Not Deployed in the West

-- (March 26th 2020) (Breitbart) Human Rights Groups Prepare Lawsuits Against China for Coronavirus Pandemic

-- (March 26th 2020) (NYT) To Slow Virus, China Bars Entry by Almost All Foreigners

-- (March 27th 2020) (Breitbart) China: Pompeo ‘Evil’ for Accusing Beijing of Spreading Coronavirus ‘Disinformation’

-- (March 28th 2020) (NYT) As Virus Spreads, China and Russia See Openings for Disinformation

-- (April 1st 2020) (FOX) China's government-run propaganda video includes CNN, MSNBC journalists, Hillary Clinton, celebs

-- (April 1st 2020) (SCMP) Is the U.S. Media Parroting China’s Propaganda?

-- (April 5th 2020) (Telegraph) China floods Facebook with undeclared coronavirus propaganda ads blaming Trump

-- (April 5th 2020) (The Guardian) 'Shameless': anger as China quarantines freed human rights lawyer 400km from home

-- (April 6th 2020) (The National Pulse) (The Post Millennial) FACT CHECK: Trump Asked a Reporter If She Was Working For China… She Is.

-- (April 6th 2020) (WSJ) In China, Travel Resumes—Cautiously

-- (April 8th 2020) (Breitbart) Ted Cruz: ‘Disgraceful’ Phoenix TV Allowed into the White House

-- (April 8th 2020) (Daily Caller) Tucker Unpacks Connections Between Comcast’s Theme Park Deal In China And Favorable Coverage

-- (April 13th 2020) (NYT) How Thousands in China Gently Mourn a Coronavirus Whistle-Blower

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Daily Telegraph stops publishing section paid for by China

-- (April 15th 2020) (Breitbart) Nolte: Bloomberg News Caught on Tape Telling Reporters to Preserve Access to China’s ‘Nazis’

-- (April 16th 2020) (NYT) The Soft Side of China’s Coronavirus Propaganda

-- (April 21st 2020) (The National Pulse) EXCLUSIVE: Analysis Reveals China’s Bot Army Waging Digital War on Trump

-- (April 22nd 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) Chinese Agents Helped Spread Messages That Sowed Virus Panic in U.S., Officials Say

-- (April 22nd 2020) (NYT) With Selective Coronavirus Coverage, China Builds a Culture of Hate

-- (April 29th 2020) (The Post Millennial) CBC targets independent news outlet for 'racism' after it reports accurately on China

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) USC, Emory Creating Coronavirus Surveillance System Similar to China’s Social Credit Scoring

-- (May 4th 2020) (The National Pulse) EXCLUSIVE: Chinese Propaganda Attacking Steve Bannon Written by Fake ‘Security Analyst’ With Fraudulent Credentials

-- (May 5th 2020) (The National Pulse) EXCLUSIVE: California Professor Blasts Trump, Insists ‘We Can’t Stop China’s Rise’ In Propaganda Articles For Chinese State Media

-- (May 13th 2020) (Breitbart) Wall Street Journal Publishes Chinese Propaganda After Getting Kicked out of China

 -- (May 20th 2020) (WSJ) A Student Criticized China and Now His University Is Threatening to Expel Him

Hong Kong and Taiwan and Tibet

-- (January 28th 2015) (NYT) Communist Officials in Tibetan Region Punished for Separatism, China Says

--- "Fifteen Communist Party officials in central Tibet who were accused of taking part in separatist activities last year have been punished for violating party discipline, the Chinese news media reported on Wednesday."

-- (January 16th 2016) (NYT) Singer’s Apology for Waving Taiwan Flag Stirs Backlash of Its Own 

-- (April 26th 2016) (NYT) ‘Doctor Strange’ Writer Explains Casting of Tilda Swinton as Tibetan

-- (November 28th 2016) (NYT) China Takes a Chain Saw to a Center of Tibetan Buddhism 

-- (December 23rd 2016) (Reuters) China's Xi says supports efforts to curb Hong Kong independence 

-- (January 9th 2017) (NYT) Taiwan’s President Meets With Ted Cruz in the U.S., and China Objects

-- (May 27th 2017) (The Guardian) China arrests Taiwanese activist 'for subverting state power' 

-- (June 28th 2017) (Twitter) "Now you see her...now you don't! @EmilyCNBC disappears thanks to #China censors itchy over Hong Kong protests for Xi's visit. @CNBC @CNBCi"

-- (June 29th 2017) (NYT) Once a Model City, Hong Kong Is in Trouble

-- (January 1st 2018) (NYT) Is Hong Kong Really Part of China?

-- (January 17th 2018) (National Post) Terry Glavin: As China pushes censorship on B.C. students, democracy falls back

--- "A Peking University alumnus studying law in Canada posted an image of the Tibetan flag on Twitter. Then Chinese police phoned his parents" 

-- (January 19th 2018) (NYT) Airliners Have Become China’s Newest Means of Pressuring Taiwan

-- (February 7th 2018) (Telegraph) Mercedes apologises to China after quoting Dalai Lama 

-- (February 18th 2018) (NYT) In Australia, Staying Loyal to Taiwan Can Mean Losing a Job

-- (March 3rd 2018) (WSJ) Marriott Employee Roy Jones Hit ‘Like.’ Then China Got Mad

--- "Marriott says listing Tibet as a country was a mistake, and Mr. Jones has said the same of liking the post. Mr. Jones paid for his error with his livelihood: Marriott fired him. “I was completely unaware of what was going on,” Mr. Jones said by phone from Omaha, Neb., where he worked at Marriott’s customer-engagement center. “We were never trained in any of the social graces when it came to dealing with China.”"

-- (June 3rd 2018) (WSJ) If You Want to Do Business in China, Mind Your T’s: Taiwan and Tibet 

--- "This week, Costco Wholesale Corp. became the latest U.S. company to be pilloried on Chinese social media after images surfaced online of a 2016 letter from one of the retailer’s executives to a Washington group supporting Taiwan’s independence. The letter said the company viewed Taiwan as a “country.” Costco, which has long operated in Taiwan and is preparing to open its first store in mainland China, hasn’t responded publicly and didn’t respond to a request for comment."

-- (July 25th 2018) (NYT) Giving In to China, U.S. Airlines Drop Taiwan (in Name at Least)

-- (August 19th 2018) (NYT) Taiwan President Stops in U.S. as Relations Warm, Angering China

-- (September 17th 2018) (NYT) China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage

-- (October 26th 2018) (NYT) As China Rattles Its Sword, Taiwanese Push a Separate Identity

-- (January 2nd 2019) (NYT) Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan 

-- (January 5th 2019) (NYT) Taiwan’s President, Defying Xi Jinping, Calls Unification Offer ‘Impossible’

-- (April 3rd 2019) (NYT) Despite Fears About China, Hong Kong Pushes Ahead on Extradition Bill

-- (5:10 PM · Jun 9, 2019) (Twitter) "Riot police in Hong Kong moved in to remove protestors who were marching against a government proposal that could allow extraditions to mainland China. Our reporter @austinramzy has been on the ground covering the demonstration." 

-- (June 9th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Joins in Giant Protest, Fearing Eroding Freedoms

-- (June 10th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Leader Says She Won’t Back Down on Bill That Provoked Huge Protest

-- (June 10th 2019) (NYT) What Is Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill?

-- (June 12th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Protest Updates: Leader Condemns Violence as City Remains on Edge

-- (June 12th 2019) (NYT) In the Battle for Hong Kong, Field Has Tilted Toward Beijing

-- (June 12th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Protests Live Updates: Police Violence Puts Government on Defensive

-- (June 13th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong and the Future of Freedom

-- (June 14th 2019) (NYT) Pro-Beijing Lawmaker in Hong Kong Urges Restraint on Extradition Bill, Signaling Discord

-- (June 14th 2019) (NYT) Carrie Lam: A ‘Good Fighter’ in the Crisis Over the Hong Kong Extradition Bill

-- (June 15th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong’s Leader, Yielding to Protests, Suspends Extradition Bill

-- (June 15th 2019) (NYT) How Hong Kong’s Leader Made the Biggest Political Retreat by China Under Xi

-- (June 16th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong’s Retreat Chips Away at Xi Jinping’s Iron Image

-- (July 1st 2019) (NYT) China Vowed to Protect Hong Kong’s Freedoms. Why Are So Many Protesting?

-- (July 1st 2019) (NYT) What the Hong Kong Protests Are Really About

-- (July 2nd 2019) (NYT) China Calls Hong Kong Protesters Who Stormed Legislature ‘Extreme Radicals’

-- (July 8th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Protesters Are Fueled by a Broader Demand: More Democracy

-- (July 11th 2019) (NYT) Taiwan President Risks Infuriating China With U.S. Visit

-- (July 19th 2019) (Twitter) "There’s a new Top Gun movie coming out. And Maverick is wearing the same leather jacket - only this time it’s Communist Party of China-approved, so the Japanese and Taiwanese flag patches are gone (screenshot on right is from the new trailer)..." 

-- (July 24th 2019) (NYT) China Hints Its Troops Could Be Used to Quell Hong Kong Protests

-- (July 24th 2019) (Breitbart) China Says U.S. Threatens Global Stability, Taiwan Is ‘Greatest Immediate Threat’ 

-- (August 4th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Protests Spread, Leaving City Paralyzed

-- (August 6th 2019) (NYT) China Warns Hong Kong Protesters Not to ‘Take Restraint for Weakness’

-- (August 7th 2019) (NYT) Chinese Official Calls Turmoil in Hong Kong Worst Since 1997 Handover

-- (August 8th 2019) (NYT) China’s Theory for Hong Kong Protests: Secret American Meddling

-- (August 12th 2019) (NYT) Protests Put Hong Kong on Collision Course With China’s Communist Party

-- (August 13th 2019) (NYT) China Is Waging a Disinformation War Against Hong Kong Protesters

-- (August 14th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong’s Economy Shudders After Protests Plunge Airport Into Chaos

-- (August 14th 2019) (NYT) ‘Retake Hong Kong’: A Movement, a Slogan and an Identity Crisis

-- (August 19th 2019) (Insider) Twitter ran paid ads from China's state news media criticizing the Hong Kong protests 

-- (August 19th 2019) (NYT) Facebook and Twitter Say China Is Spreading Disinformation in Hong Kong

-- (August 23rd 2019) (VOX) How China used Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to spread disinformation about the Hong Kong protests 

-- (August 23rd 2019) (Business Insider) Google refused to call out China over disinformation about Hong Kong — unlike Facebook and Twitter — and it could reignite criticism of its links to Beijing 

-- (August 30th 2019) (NYT) Beijing’s Hong Kong Strategy: More Arrests, No Concessions

-- (August 31st 2019) (The Economist) “We long to see a Hong Kong free from tyranny” 

-- (September 4th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong’s Leader, Carrie Lam, Pulls Extradition Bill That Ignited Protests

-- (September 6th 2019) (NYT) Fitch Downgrades Hong Kong Over China’s Stronger Hand

-- (September 10th 2019) (The Guardian) 'We can't do anything': China accused of muffling voices of Hong Kong supporters 

--- "Advocacy groups say activists in mainland China are being threatened or detained for posting messages of support or retweeting news stories"

-- (September 18th 2019) (NYT) How China Unleashed Twitter Trolls to Discredit Hong Kong’s Protesters

-- (October 3rd 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Takes Symbolic Stand Against China’s High-Tech Controls

-- (October 7th 2019) (NYT) Hong Kong Protests Put Outspoken N.B.A. on Edge in China

-- (December 6th 2019) (NYT) Claims of China’s Meddling Roil Taiwan Ahead of Elections

-- (December 16th 2019) (CPJ) One Country, One Censor: How China undermines media freedom in Hong Kong and Taiwan 

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-- (January 4th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Replaces Its Top Representative in Hong Kong With an Enforcer 

-- (January 6th 2020) (NYT) Awash in Disinformation Before Vote, Taiwan Points Finger at China

-- (January 8th 2020) (NYT) China Looms Over Taiwan’s Election, Giving a Boost to the Incumbent

-- (January 11th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) In Blow to Beijing, Taiwan Re-elects Tsai Ing-wen as President 

-- (January 12th 2020) (WSJ) Beijing Dismisses Taiwan Voters’ Rebuke Over Its Claims to Island

-- (January 13th 2020) (WSJ) Taiwan Can Keep Growing Without Beijing’s Approval

-- (January 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Beijing says Taiwan's unification with China is 'inevitable' despite election result

-- (January 15th 2020) (The Guardian) Tsai Ing-wen says China must 'face reality' of Taiwan's independence

-- (January 22nd 2020) (WSJ) As Virus Spreads, Isolated Taiwan Risks Being a Loophole in War on Epidemics

-- (January 28th 2020) (NYT) A Divided Hong Kong Confronts the Arrival of the Coronavirus

-- (January 28th 2020) (WSJ) Hong Kong-China Travel to Be Reduced Significantly Due to Coronavirus

-- (January 31st 2020) (The Post Millennial) On Taiwan’s exclusion from the World Health Organization

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) Hong Kong Reports First Death From Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 3rd 2020) (BBC) (NYT) Hong Kong Tightens Border as Medical Workers Call for Shutdown

-- (February 4th 2020) (The Guardian) First coronavirus death in Hong Kong as four more cities are locked down

-- (February 4th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) Coronavirus: first Hong Kong death reported as China cases pass 20,000 – live updates 

-- (February 5th 2020) (WSJ) United, American Airlines Suspend Hong Kong Service as Coronavirus Saps Demand

-- (February 5th 2020) (The Guardian) 'Compulsory quarantine' on all arrivals to Hong Kong from mainland China – as it happened

-- (February 13th 2020) (The Guardian) China's new Hong Kong chief a hardliner known for crusade against Christian churches

-- (February 21st 2020) (Breitbart) Tucker Carlson: Politico Printed Chinese Propaganda Smearing Hong Kong Protesters

-- (February 24th 2020) (NYT) Hong Kong Says It Will Begin Evacuating Residents From Wuhan

-- (February 25th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ) China Sentences Hong Kong Bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 Years in Prison 

-- (February 28th 2020) (NYT) Jimmy Lai, Hong Kong Media Baron, Is Arrested Over Role in Protests

-- (March 12th 2020) (The Guardian) How Taiwan is containing coronavirus – despite diplomatic isolation by China

-- (March 18th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Expulsion of American Journalists Raises Red Flags Over Hong Kong

-- (April 10th 2020) (Breitbart) Taiwan: China Flooded Twitter with Fake ‘Taiwanese’ Apologies to WHO Chief

-- (April 13th 2020) (Breitbart) (The Guardian) Animal Crossing game removed from sale in China over Hong Kong democracy messages

-- (April 15th 2020) (The Guardian) China’s top official in Hong Kong pushes for national security law

-- (April 21st 2020) (NYT) Under Cover of Coronavirus, Hong Kong Cracks Down on Protest Movement

-- (April 24th 2020) (The Hill) Hong Kong and Taiwan face rising dangers from China

-- (April 25th 2020) (The Guardian) Hong Kong arrests and Taiwan flybys: China advances its interests during Covid-19 crisis

-- (April 25th 2020) (WSJ) Taiwan Celebrates Hong Kong Bookseller Who Crossed China

-- (April 30th 2020) (taiwannews.com.tw) China threatens to halt medical supplies after Netherlands changes Taiwan rep office name

-- (May 6th 2020) (The Guardian) China calls Hong Kong protesters a 'political virus'

-- (May 7th 2020) (The Guardian) US to delay Hong Kong report to see if China 'further undermines' autonomy

-- (May 8th 2020) (Breitbart) Hong Kong Government Chooses Locally Made, Vietnamese Masks – Not China’s

-- (May 9th 2020) (NYT) Taiwan’s Weapon Against Coronavirus: An Epidemiologist as Vice President

-- (May 13th 2020) (The National Pulse) Wall Xi Journal: Murdoch Paper Publishes CCP’s Hong Kong Enforcer Who Claims ‘China Wants to Help the World’

-- (May 17th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trump punches back at China, agrees to build $12 billion Taiwanese-US plant

-- (May 18th 2020) (WSJ) Pro-Beijing Lawmakers Regain Upper Hand in Hong Kong Legislature

-- (May 20th 2020) (The Guardian) China strongly objects to Pompeo's praise for Taiwan president

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) (NYT) (WSJ) China Plans New National-Security Law for Hong Kong

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) Hong Kong Protesters Fear End of the Road After Beijing Plans New Security Law

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Call for reprisals over China's Hong Kong security proposals

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Hong Kong crisis: China presents security laws banning subversion and separatism

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) China’s Hong Kong Crackdown Could Put Trump in an Unwelcome Spot

-- (May 22nd 2020) (NYT) As Coronavirus Keeps the West at Bay, China Moves to Tame Hong Kong

-- (May 22nd 2020) (The Post Millennial) BREAKING: Trudeau falls short of echoing US condemnation of China's Hong Kong power grab

-- (May 22nd 2020) (The Post Millennial) US Senate to issue sanctions against Beijing in defense of Hong Kong

-- (May 22nd 2020) (The Guardian) UK has too much at stake to confront China over Hong Kong

-- (May 22nd 2020) (BBC) NPC: China moves to impose controversial Hong Kong security law

-- (May 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Chris Patten: China's security laws a betrayal of Hong Kong people

-- (May 23rd 2020) (The Guardian) Global outrage erupts over China's ‘draconian' security law for Hong Kong

-- (May 23rd 2020) (WSJ) Bruised Businesses Try to Divine Hong Kong’s Fate Under National-Security Law

-- (May 24th 2020) (BBC) Hong Kong police fire tear gas as protesters decry China security law plan


The Chinese Politik

-- (January 12th 2011) (Reuters) WikiLeaks' Assange: China is our real enemy 

-- (February 6th 2015) (NYT) Made in China: Fake IDs

--- "The small package was wrapped in Chinese newspaper when it arrived, protecting a thin light blue jewelry box holding a beaded bracelet. But the bracelet was cheap. What was important was hidden under a layer of foam: fake driver’s licenses."

-- (June 11th 2015) (NYT) Zhou Yongkang, Ex-Security Chief in China, Gets Life Sentence for Graft

-- (November 20th 2015) (NYT) China Acknowledges Killing 28 People; Accuses Them of Role in Mine Attack

-- (April 21st 2016) (NYT) China’s President, Xi Jinping, Gains a New Title: Commander in Chief

-- (2016/2017) (hrw.org) "More than three decades after pledging to “reform and open up,” there are few signs the Chinese Communist Party intends to change its authoritarian posture. Under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, who will remain in power until 2022 and possibly beyond, the outlook for fundamental human rights, including freedoms of expression, assembly, association and religion, remains dire." 

-- (March 7th 2017) (NYT) China Warns of Arms Race After U.S. Deploys Missile Defense in South Korea

-- (August 2nd 2017) (NYT) As Washington Tries to Protect Tech, China Could Fight Back

--- "As the Trump administration moves to take on China over intellectual property, Washington will find it has limited firepower. Beijing has a strong grip on American technology companies, and global trade rules could favor China."

-- (October 13th 2017) (NYT) Chinese Museum Pulls Exhibit Comparing Animals to Black People

--- "A museum in China this week removed a photography exhibit, which juxtaposed images of wild African animals with black African people, after complaints that the display was racist."

-- (October 24th 2017) (NYT) China Unveils New Leadership, With Xi Jinping More Powerful Than Ever

-- (October 25th 2017) (NYT) These Seven Men Now Run China

-- (October 25th 2017) (NYT) China’s ‘Chairman of Everything’: Behind Xi Jinping’s Many Titles

-- (November 15th 2017) (NYT) Chinese Nationalism Jostles With Academic Freedom in Australia

-- (November 29th 2017) (NYT) In China, Fears That New Anticorruption Agency Will Be Above the Law

-- (December 12th 2017) (Breitbart) China Cracks Down on Corrupt Officials Throwing ‘Hedonistic’ Parties 

-- (January 10th 2018) (NYT) The Mystery of the Exiled Billionaire Whistle-Blower

-- (February 25th 2018) (NYT) China Moves to Allow Xi to Stay in Power by Abolishing Term Limit

-- (February 25th 2018) (NYT) President Xi’s Strongman Rule Raises New Fears of Hostility and Repression

-- (February 26th 2018) (NYT) With Xi’s Power Grab, China Joins New Era of Strongmen

-- (February 26th 2018) (NYT) President Xi Jinping’s Rise in China, as Covered by The Times

-- (February 26th 2018) (NYT) Xi Jinping Thought Explained: A New Ideology for a New Era

-- (February 28th 2018) (NYT) Xi Sets China on a Collision Course With History

-- (March 23rd 2018) (NYT) Shining a Cleansing Light on China’s Dark Secrets

-- (May 4th 2018) (NYT) Lasers and Missiles Heighten U.S.-China Military Tensions

-- (May 21st 2018) (Axios) China is the greatest, growing threat to America 

--- "China has outlined strategies for 2018, 2025 and 2050 all designed to displace the United States as the dominant global economic and national security superpower."

-- (May 22nd 2018) (NYT) In Australia, Fears of Chinese Meddling Rise on U.N. Bribery Case Revelation

-- (June 1st 2018) (NYT) Mattis Accuses Beijing of ‘Intimidation and Coercion’ in South China Sea

-- (July 31st 2018) (NYT) As China’s Woes Mount, Xi Jinping Faces Rare Rebuke at Home

-- (September 2nd 2018) (NYT) JD.com Chairman Richard Liu Arrested in U.S. in Sexual Misconduct Case

-- (October 23rd 2018) (NYT) Being China Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

-- (November 18th 2018) (NYT) How China became a superpower

-- (December 5th 2018) (NYT) Huawei C.F.O. Is Arrested in Canada for Extradition to the U.S.

-- (December 8th 2018) (The Guardian) China threatens Canada with 'grave consequences' if Huawei CFO not freed 

-- (December 18th 2018) (NYT) Hacked European Cables Reveal a World of Anxiety About Trump, Russia and Iran

-- (January 2nd 2019) (news.com.au) ‘Sink two aircraft carriers’: Chinese Admiral’s chilling recipe to dominate the South China Sea 

-- (March 13th 2019) (NYT) China Blocks U.N. Vote to Blacklist Pakistani Militant Leader

-- (March 14th 2019) (Reuters) Google's work in China benefiting China's military: U.S. general 

--- "The United States’ top general said on Thursday that the Chinese military was benefiting from the work Alphabet Inc’s Google was doing in China, where the technology giant has long sought to have a bigger presence."

-- (May 13th 2019) (Free Beacon) Hunter Biden’s China Deal Partners Include Mobster Whitey Bulger’s Nephew, John Kerry’s Stepson 

--- "Former vice president Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden partnered with infamous mobster Whitey Bulger's nephew and former secretary of state John Kerry's stepson for his lucrative business deal with the Bank of China, according to reporter Peter Schweizer's latest book. Schweizer points to the business deal with state-owned Bank of China, a $1.5 billion private equity investment, as a possible reason why the current presidential candidate has adopted a conciliatory attitude toward China. The lucrative deal between the Bank of China and Hunter Biden's company was inked in 2013 just weeks after Joe Biden brought his son along on an official trip to China."

-- (June 1st 2019) (NYT) What I Learned Leading the Tiananmen Protests

-- (August 18th 2019) (amgreatness.com) It’s Not Just Google—Microsoft Is Also Up To No Good In China 

-- (October 15th 2019) (NYT) Hunter Biden Denies Any ‘Ethical Lapse’ in His Ukraine and China Work

-- (October 16th 2019) (amgreatness.com) Why Microsoft Is Complicit in China’s Tyrannical Behavior 

-- (October 25th 2019) (WIRED) TikTok, Under Scrutiny, Distances Itself From China 

--- "Three senators have called for an investigation into the social media app, which is owned by the Chinese tech giant ByteDance."

-- (November 22nd 2019) (Breitbart) Bokhari: Microsoft Has A Massive China Problem 

-- (November 23rd 2019) (NYT) The Broken Promise of a Panda: How Prague’s Relations With Beijing Soured

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-- (January 16th 2020) (NYT) What Americans Don’t Understand About China’s Power

-- (January 17th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau-appointed senator speaks at pro-China event

-- (January 20th 2020) (WSJ) The Great U.S.-China Tech Divide

-- (January 21st 2020) (Breitbart) Joe Biden Again Dismisses China Threat on Day of ‘Profiles in Corruption’ Release

-- (January 21st 2020) (The Post Millennial) Canada’s ambassador to China to be questioned over dodgy ties to the regime

-- (January 22nd 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: UK to monitor flights from China as precaution

-- (January 22nd 2020) (Breitbart) Exclusive — Tom Cotton Urges Trump Administration to Consider Banning Travel from China over Coronavirus

-- (January 25th 2020) (Telegraph) Coronavirus: How China's increasing global power could be influencing global virus response

-- (January 26th 2020) (NYT) In Coronavirus, a ‘Battle’ That Could Humble China’s Strongman

-- (January 26th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: Australia considers evacuating citizens caught in China amid lockdown

-- (January 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Donald Trump: United States ‘On Watch’ for Coronavirus

-- (January 28th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Britons in China want more support from UK

-- (January 28th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: NSW government asks students returning from China to stay home from school

-- (January 29th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Australia plans island quarantine as foreigners leave Wuhan

-- (January 29th 2020) (The Guardian) Britons returning from China to be 'safely isolated' for 14 days, says Hancock – as it happened

-- (January 29th 2020) (The Guardian) UK presses China to let dual nationals join coronavirus exodus

-- (January 29th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Feds evacuating Canadians from China, issue travel warning

-- (January 30th 2020) (NYT) Cruise Passengers Are Held at Italian Port in False Alarm Over Coronavirus

-- (January 30th 2020) (NYT) State Department Warns Against Traveling to China Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (January 30th 2020) (The Guardian) British family allowed to board evacuation flight with Chinese wife

-- (January 31st 2020) (NYT) An Outbreak of Racist Sentiment as Coronavirus Reaches Australia

-- (February 1st 2020) (Breitbart) (WSJ) TRAVEL BAN: Australia Shuts Down Travel from Coronavirus-hit China 

-- (February 1st 2020) (NYT) China Increasingly Walled Off as Countries Seek to Stem Coronavirus

-- (February 2nd 2020) (AP) (WSJ) Fears of new virus trigger anti-China sentiment worldwide

-- (February 2nd 2020) (BBC) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: More Britons evacuated from Wuhan on French flight 

-- (February 2nd 2020) (NYT) Quieter Response to Coronavirus in Countries Where China Holds Sway

-- (February 3rd 2020) (AFP) Australia virus evacuees head for island quarantine

-- (February 3rd 2020) (NYT) U.S. Officials Promise ‘Aggressive Measures’ to Contain Coronavirus

-- (February 3rd 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: British evacuee falls ill during flight from China

-- (February 4th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: UK tells all Britons to leave China 'if they can'

-- (February 4th 2020) (The Guardian) Is UK overreacting to coronavirus crisis by telling citizens to leave China?

-- (February 4th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus crisis: Raab urges Britons to leave China

-- (February 4th 2020) (The Guardian) Stay or go? Britons in China weigh up coronavirus risks

-- (February 5th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Sets Second Evacuation of Americans From China

-- (February 5th 2020) (The Guardian) Britons returning from China advised to stay at home if they fall ill

-- (February 6th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau-appointed ambassador gets railed for supporting Chinese regime

-- (February 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) President Donald Trump: U.S. Is ‘Working Closely With China’ To Stop Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (February 7th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: cruise operator bans Chinese nationals from its ships – latest news

-- (February 7th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Plane from China arrives in Ontario, where people will be quarantined for possible coronavirus

-- (February 7th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Leader Wages a War on Two Fronts—Viral and Political

-- (February 8th 2020) (NYT) Where’s Xi? China’s Leader Commands Coronavirus Fight From Safe Heights

-- (February 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) These Are The Major Players Trying To Gain Favor With China

-- (February 10th 2020) (NYT) (The Guardian) (WSJ)  ‘Let’s Not Shake Hands’: Xi Jinping Tours Beijing Amid Coronavirus Crisis 

-- (February 11th 2020) (NYT) As Foreigners Flee China, Pakistan Tells Its Citizens to Stay

-- (February 11th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Second plane carrying Canadian evacuees from Wuhan, China arrives in Ontario

-- (February 14th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Crisis Exposes a Badly Flawed Model

-- (February 17th 2020) (NYT) Battling Coronavirus, China Signals Delay of Its Top Party Gathering

-- (February 18th 2020) (NYT) In Europe, Fear Spreads Faster Than the Coronavirus Itself

-- (February 19th 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Worsens U.S.-China Ties and Bolsters Hawks in Washington

-- (February 20th 2020) (The Guardian) China's coronavirus outbreak leaves foreign nationals in limbo

-- (February 24th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus: China postpones National People's Congress

-- (February 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Must Britain be more like China to halt coronavirus outbreak?

-- (February 28th 2020) (Breitbart) Joe Biden: ‘Bizarre’ to Say China is America’s Competition

-- (February 28th 2020) (WSJ) Europe’s Face-Off With China

-- (March 3rd 2020) (Breitbart) Bloomberg: Xi Is ‘a Very Powerful Person’ in China

-- (March 5th 2020) (NYT) A Global Outbreak Is Fueling the Backlash to Globalization

-- (March 6th 2020) (WSJ) The Discontent of Migrants Looms Over China

-- (March 9th 2020) (NYT) (WSJ) China’s Xi Visits Wuhan, City at Center of Coronavirus Epidemic

-- (March 9th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Crisis Alters Political, Economic Conventional Wisdom

-- (March 16th 2020) (Daily Caller) Jim Banks Says China Could Repay US For Coronavirus, Starting With ‘Significant Debt Forgiveness’

-- (March 16th 2020) (news.un.org) China shows COVID-19 Coronavirus can be ‘stopped in its tracks’

-- (March 16th 2020) (WSJ) China’s Coronavirus Opportunity 

-- (March 18th 2020) (WSJ) Beijing Escalates the New Cold War

-- (March 19th 2020) (Daily Caller) FLASHBACK: Joe Biden: ‘China Is Not Our Problem’

-- (March 19th 2020) (NYT) Virus Hits Europe Harder Than China. Is That the Price of an Open Society?

-- (March 21st 2020) (Daily Caller) Trump Sends Mixed Messages On China, Calling Them ‘Transparent’ And ‘Secretive’ Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (March 22nd 2020) (WSJ) Marines Plan to Retool to Meet China Threat

-- (March 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) China Debuts ‘Research Stations’ in South China Sea While World Battles Coronavirus

-- (March 25th 2020) (Breitbart) U.S. Navy Launches Southeast Asian Live-Fire Missile Tests in ‘Warning to China’

-- (March 25th 2020) (Daily Caller) EXCLUSIVE: White House Officials And Top Trump Advisers Monitoring Efforts To Make China Pay For Coronavirus Fallout

-- (March 27th 2020) (Breitbart) Gordon Chang: Make China Pay for Coronavirus Pandemic

-- (March 29th 2020) (The Guardian) US awol from world stage as China tries on global leadership for size

-- (March 29th 2020) (The Guardian) 'They see my blue eyes then jump back' – China sees a new wave of xenophobia

-- (March 29th 2020) (The Guardian) Michael Gove appears to blame China over lack of UK coronavirus testing

-- (March 30th 2020) (The Guardian) New MI5 head promises to focus on China and harness AI

-- (April 1st 2020) (WSJ) China Asserts Claim to Global Leadership, Mask by Mask

-- (April 2nd 2020) (The Post Millennial) It’s time for Canada to distance itself from the repressive regime in Beijing

-- (April 3rd 2020) (Global Times) (Propaganda) US wrong to relieve captain who raised alarm about COVID-19

-- (April 3rd 2020) (The Post Millennial) Andrew Scheer SLAMS Trudeau health minister for defending China

-- (April 4th 2020) (Daily Caller) China Appointed To UN Human Rights Council Panel Despite Appalling Human Rights Record

-- (April 5th 2020) (NYT) U.S. Military Seeks More Funding for Pacific Region After Pandemic

-- (April 5th 2020) (The National Pulse) GOP Rep Authors Bill to Allow Prosecution of China over COVID-19 Outbreak

-- (April 5th 2020) (Washington Examiner) Trump puzzles allies by hedging on China criticism amid coronavirus outbreak

-- (April 6th 2020) (The Guardian) China outraged after Brazil minister suggests Covid-19 is part of 'plan for world domination'

-- (April 6th 2020) (Breitbart) Sue Communist China for Coronavirus Pandemic, Says British Think Tank

-- (April 7th 2020) (Breitbart) China: U.S. ‘Wasted Time’ in Coronavirus Fight Because Americans Are Racist

-- (April 7th 2020) (Breitbart) U.S. to China: Stop ‘Exploiting’ Coronavirus to Colonize South China Sea

-- (April 8th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Not The Time For Retribution’: Pompeo Throws Cold Water On Punishing China, For Now

-- (April 9th 2020) (Breitbart) Bill Gates Touts China ‘Extreme Intervention’ Coronavirus Efforts — ‘They Were Able to Crush That Epidemic’

-- (April 9th 2020) (NTD) Harris Poll: 77 Percent of Americans Blame China for Pandemic

-- (April 10th 2020) (Breitbart) Steven Mosher: Waive China’s Sovereign Immunity in the U.S., Seize Its Assets

-- (April 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr Shames China’s Information Tsar: ‘Always The Right Time To Drag A Communist’

-- (April 10th 2020) (Daily Caller) Joe Biden Went To China And Said He ‘Fully’ Understood Its One-Child Policy

-- (April 10th 2020) (NTD) South China: Africans Told to Leave Homes

-- (April 10th 2020) (The Guardian) To lift the lockdown, Britain should follow China's example

-- (April 10th 2020) (WSJ) As U.S., China Clash Over Coronavirus, Their Doctors Quietly Join Forces

-- (April 11th 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily CallerMarsha Blackburn: Hold China’s Feet to the Fire for Coronavirus and Make Them Pay

-- (April 12th 2020) (The Guardian) UK spy agencies urge China rethink once Covid-19 crisis is over

-- (April 12th 2020) (WSJ) The U.S. vs. China: Who is Winning the Key Technology Battles?

-- (April 13th 2020) (Breitbart) Coronavirus Racism: Chinese City Bans Black People from Hotels, Apartments, Restaurants

-- (April 13th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus diplomacy: how Russia, China and EU vie to win over Serbia

-- (April 14th 2020) (BBC) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) (The Post Millennial) China McDonald's apologises for Guangzhou ban on black people

-- (April 14th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Five reminders of why China's government is Canada's enemy

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) Trudeau Backs Canada’s Chief Health Officer After Alberta Premier Says She Parrots China’s ‘Talking Points’

-- (April 15th 2020) (Daily Caller) Why Coronavirus Is Waking Up The World To China’s Communist Regime

-- (April 15th 2020) (The Guardian) (WSJ) Possible Chinese Nuclear Testing Stirs U.S. Concern

-- (April 16th 2020) (The Guardian) Trump wades further into China Covid-19 row as focus turns to easing lockdowns

-- (April 16th 2020) (WSJ) Pentagon Getting a Push to Shift Resources to Asia

-- (April 17th 2020(BBC) (Breitbart) Africans in China: ‘You Can’t Go Out on the Street if You Are Black’

-- (April 17th 2020) (Daily Caller) Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton: Legislation Would Allow Americans To Sue China For Mishandling Coronavirus

-- (April 17th 2020) (NYT) China’s Aggressive Diplomacy Weakens Xi Jinping’s Global Standing

-- (April 17th 2020) (The Guardian) North Korea defies sanctions with China's help, UN panel says

-- (April 17th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau's admiration of China and WHO will damage Canada forever

-- (April 17th 2020) (WSJ) Beijing Pays a Coronavirus Price

-- (April 19th 2020) (NYT) The U.S. Tried to Teach China a Lesson About the Media. It Backfired.

-- (April 20th 2020) (Breitbart) Nigel Farage: Only Trump Has Stood up to China, But Citizens of the West Must Stand up Next

-- (April 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Corona Will Be Your Political End’: Feud Between China, German Newspaper Boils Over As Editor Tears Into Xi Jinping

-- (April 20th 2020) (Daily Caller) ‘Doing The Same Thing’: Scarborough Compares Trump To Communist China

-- (April 21st 2020) (Breitbart) (Daily Caller) (The Guardian) (The National Pulse) Missouri sues China for 'not doing enough' to stop coronavirus spread

-- (April 21st 2020) (NYT) U.S. Warships Enter Disputed Waters of South China Sea as Tensions With China Escalate

-- (April 21st 2020) (pewresearch.org) (The Hill) U.S. Views of China Increasingly Negative Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

-- (April 21st 2020) (tabletmag.com) China Queen Dianne Feinstein Used Her Senate Power to Push Most-Favored-Nation Status for the CCP’s Corrupt Dictatorship. Why?

-- (April 22nd 2020) (Breitbart) China Mocks Missouri Coronavirus Reparations Lawsuit: ‘This Will Never Happen’

-- (April 22nd 2020) (WSJ) Trump’s Best Re-Election Bet: Run Against China

-- (April 23rd 2020) (Breitbart) Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley Calls for Congressional Investigation of China

-- (April 23rd 2020) (hoover.org) China Is Flailing in a Post-Coronavirus World

-- (April 24th 2020) (Breitbart) Nigeria ‘Deeply Wounded,’ ‘Extremely Disappointed’ by Chinese Racism

-- (April 24th 2020) (Daily Caller) Despite The Media’s Best Efforts, The American People’s Opinion Of China Is Lower Than Ever Before

-- (April 24th 2020) (Politico) GOP memo urges anti-China assault over coronavirus

-- (April 24th 2020) (The Philadelphia Inquirer) Leading Republicans want to send China the bill for coronavirus pandemic’s costs

-- (April 25th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Tory MPs to examine 'rise of China' 

-- (April 25th 2020) (Mediaite) Steve Bannon Compares China to Nazi Regime on Fox, Calls For People to ‘Overthrow’ Chinese Communist Party

-- (April 25th 2020) (The Guardian) The coronavirus crisis has exposed China's long history of racism

-- (April 27th 2020) (Breitbart) President Trump on Coronavirus: We Are Not Happy with China, Could Have Been Stopped at the Source

-- (April 27th 2020) (The Guardian) Trump plots new election strategy: tie Biden to China – and attack them both

-- (April 28th 2020) (7news.com.au) (The Guardian) Chinese media boss calls Australia the ‘gum stuck to China’s shoe’ as coronavirus fallout escalates 

-- (April 28th 2020) (Breitbart) Lawsuit Demands China Pay $200 Billion to Nigeria in Coronavirus Damages

-- (April 28th 2020) (NYT) China Mounts Aggressive Defense to Calls for Coronavirus Compensation

-- (April 29th 2020) (The Guardian) 'Chewing gum stuck on the sole of our shoes': the China-Australia war of words – timeline

-- (April 29th 2020) (WSJ) China Unveils New Date for Legislative Meeting Delayed by Coronavirus

-- (April 30th 2020) (BBC) Coronavirus: Trump says China wants him to lose re-election

-- (May 1st 2020) (Daily Caller) Will Coronavirus Stop The Rise Of China?

-- (May 1st 2020) (The Guardian) We need to reduce our dependence on China, and have the courage to call it out when required

-- (May 2nd 2020) (Breitbart) Cruz: China ‘the Single-Greatest Political Threat the United States Faces over the Next Century’

-- (May 3rd 2020) (NYT) Global Backlash Builds Against China Over Coronavirus

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) Pentagon Chief Mark Esper Warns Europe: China, Russia Exploiting Coronavirus Emergency

-- (May 4th 2020) (Breitbart) Bernie Marcus: Missouri’s Lawsuit Is a Vital First Step to Hold China Accountable

-- (May 4th 2020) (Daily Caller) What’s It Like Being An American Living In China Right Now?

-- (May 4th 2020) (WSJ) Senior Trump Aides Ease Up on China Pressure

-- (May 5th 2020) (Breitbart) White House: ‘We’re Not Going to Forget’ China’s Coronavirus Culpability

-- (May 5th 2020) (The Guardian) China launches new rocket into space as it steps up Moon landing plans

-- (May 5th 2020) (The National Pulse) U.S. Socialists Pander to Communist China, Warns Vietnamese Refugee

-- (May 6th 2020) (WSJ) Coronavirus Casts Deep Chill Over U.S.-China Relations

-- (May 7th 2020) (Daily Caller) FLASHBACK 2011: Biden Op-Ed Says ‘China’s Rise Isn’t Our Demise’

-- (May 7th 2020) (The Guardian) China's coercive behaviour a 'wake-up call', Australia's former top public servant says

-- (May 7th 2020) (WSJ) Containing China Will Be Complicated

-- (May 9th 2020) (WSJ) As Pandemic Spreads, Regard for China Recedes in West

-- (May 10th 2020) (Breitbart) GOP Rep. Waltz: China’s Rise ‘The Most Existential Threat’ to the U.S.

-- (May 11th 2020) (Breitbart) Exclusive — Kevin McCarthy on House’s China Task Force: China Wants to ‘Defeat America,’ USA Must Be United in Response

-- (May 11th 2020) (smh.com.au) 'We back our Aussie mates': US Congress members slam China threats

-- (May 12th 2020) (Breitbart) Donald Trump: Chinese Americans ‘Most Angry’ at China for Coronavirus

-- (May 12th 2020) (The National Pulse) Anti-CCP Activists Project Xi-Virus Image onto China’s Los Angeles Consulate

-- (May 13th 2020) (Breitbart) China Expert Michael Pillsbury: Joe Biden Stopped Obama from Doing Navy Patrols in South China Sea

-- (May 13th 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Warships Support Malaysia Against China Pressure in South China Sea

-- (May 14th 2020) (Daily Caller) Trump Floats Cutting Off ‘Whole Relationship’ With China As Coronavirus Punishment

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Coronavirus has presented China with a historic opportunity — will it take it?

-- (May 14th 2020) (The Guardian) Australia-China ties at risk of slipping into permanent hostility, former senior diplomat warns

-- (May 17th 2020) (Breitbart) (NYT) (WSJ) Reports: China’s Ambassador to Israel ‘Found Dead at Home’

-- (May 17th 2020) (The Guardian) The Observer view on Trump's continued goading of China

-- (May 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) Eight Ways America Is Becoming More Like China

-- (May 18th 2020) (Daily Caller) Trump Administration Appears To Have Stalled On Punishing China — Here’s What They Have And Haven’t Done So Far

-- (May 18th 2020) (The Post Millennial) Nine things Justin Trudeau doesn't want you to know about his dealings with China

-- (May 19th 2020) (Breitbart) China to Boost Its Military Budget Citing ‘Defense Threats’ from U.S.

-- (May 19th 2020) (The Guardian) China presents itself as rival to democracy and plays UK, says Labour

-- (May 19th 2020) (WSJ) China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomats Are Ready to Fight

-- (May 20th 2020) (Sky News) Vic government 'cozy up to China' as investment deadline approaches

-- (May 20th 2020) (Business Insider) Europe is abandoning Trump on the world stage as it turns away from the US toward China

-- (May 20th 2020) (NYT) In China’s Crisis, Xi Sees a Crucible to Strengthen His Rule

-- (May 20th 2020) (The Guardian) China prepares to stage annual congress – and pretence of business as usual

-- (May 20th 2020) (The Guardian) Post-coronavirus, the UK must find some friends to stand up to China

-- (May 20th 2020) (The Post Millennial) WATCH: Scheer says Trudeau is only tougher on China after seeing polls

-- (May 21st 2020) (NYT) Coronavirus Changed China’s Big Political Event. Here’s What to Expect.

-- (May 21st 2020) (WSJ) U.S. Plans New Arms Talks Aimed at Limiting Russian, Chinese and U.S. Nuclear Warheads

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Guardian) Trudeau says China fails to understand judiciary system as Canadians detained

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Post Millennial) Trudeau government tells staff not to mention China when talking about coronavirus

-- (May 21st 2020) (The Post Millennial) WATCH: Trudeau ALMOST criticizes China, dodges question on detained Canadians

-- (May 23rd 2020) (BBC) Political battle looming over UK China relations