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Top Sino-US push on for Xi-Trump summit
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to push for Beijing to get tough on North Korea in landmark summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping
China and US to test cyberthreat defences

Two sides agree to five guidelines covering internet-based threats, including theft of secrets and network intrusions, Washington says

20 Jun 2018 - 4:20PM

Two sides agree to five guidelines covering internet-based threats, including theft of secrets and network intrusions, Washington says

China and US to test cyberthreat defences
Presidents enjoy a spirited parting dinner

Ma Ying-jeou greets hotel guests on his way out of the banquet room, telling reporters that “the atmosphere was really good” and that he was very happy.

8 Nov 2015 - 2:12AM

Ma Ying-jeou greets hotel guests on his way out of the banquet room, telling reporters that “the atmosphere was really good” and that he was very happy.

Presidents enjoy a spirited parting dinner
From civil war to civil greetings: Why President Xi Jinping’s meeting with Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou is so significant
Two dozen senior Chinese police officers punished, some expelled, in sweeping crackdown
China to ban all logging of forests in distinctly green new five-year plan
Baby-minded Chinese couples stay up to small hours to ‘consider’ new second-child policy
Germany ready to vie with other EU countries for business in China, says Merkel
China's economic growth target was never set in stone: Premier Li Keqiang
Chinese diplomat and husband detained by Cebu police over double-fatal shooting in Philippines restaurant
'I dived under the counter': terrified waitress at Cebu restaurant tells of fatal shoot-out that left China envoy hospitalised, two consulate staff dead
China's public security ministry steps in to handle investigation into detained journalist
Jailed and refused bail, Chinese investigative journalist detained after exposing high profile corruption scandal
Q&A: President Xi Jinping’s US state visit was ‘enormous success – or as we’d say, a home run’

Stephen Orlins, head of National Committee on United States-China Relations, who co-hosted October dinner for Xi in Seattle before his US state visit in Washington in September

28 Oct 2015 - 3:35PM

Stephen Orlins, head of National Committee on United States-China Relations, who co-hosted October dinner for Xi in Seattle before his US state visit in Washington in September

Q&A: President Xi Jinping’s US state visit was ‘enormous success – or as we’d say, a home run’
Young 'gangster' escape: Kidnapped Chinese boy, 13, hops to freedom using skills he learnt watching violent films

The child from a rural village in Sichuan province was grabbed while out walking on his own, but kept calm and escaped after being tied up and left in an abandoned building

17 Oct 2015 - 7:27PM

The child from a rural village in Sichuan province was grabbed while out walking on his own, but kept calm and escaped after being tied up and left in an abandoned building

Young 'gangster' escape: Kidnapped Chinese boy, 13, hops to freedom using skills he learnt watching violent films
Survey of China’s 100 million registered pets finds one in 13 mainlanders keep animals

Up 80 per cent of all mainland pets are dogs and cats, followed by turtles, fish, rabbits, birds, mice – and one or two pigs, too

16 Oct 2015 - 4:09PM

Up 80 per cent of all mainland pets are dogs and cats, followed by turtles, fish, rabbits, birds, mice – and one or two pigs, too

Survey of China’s 100 million registered pets finds one in 13 mainlanders keep animals
Graft-buster named as head of China's spy agency as anti-corruption watchdog extends its power
National holiday proves especially golden for ‘hook-up girls’ in quaint Chinese mountain town
Cities in north China blanketed in smog on final days of national “golden week” holidays
China's US$1.1b peacekeeping play for global prestige
'Let Chinese women judge for themselves': China hits back at criticism against its women's rights record
China’s Xi Jinping pledges US$2 billion in aid to lift world’s poorest states

Beijing has pledged billions in aid and debt forgiveness for the world’s poorest nations as President Xi Jinping continues his overseas push to present China as a global power.

28 Sep 2015 - 11:27PM

Beijing has pledged billions in aid and debt forgiveness for the world’s poorest nations as President Xi Jinping continues his overseas push to present China as a global power.

China’s Xi Jinping pledges US$2 billion in aid to lift world’s poorest states
Xi Jinping's Washington trip overshadowed again as US House Speaker John Boehner steps down after 25 years in Congress
'I indicated it has to stop': Obama gets tough on cyberspying as new China-US pact agreed against threat of sanctions
China, US to address differences ‘candidly’ as Barack Obama welcomes Xi Jinping to White House

US President Barack Obama yesterday said he and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping must address their differences "candidly", specifically raising the importance of protecting human rights.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

US President Barack Obama yesterday said he and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping must address their differences "candidly", specifically raising the importance of protecting human rights.

China, US to address differences ‘candidly’ as Barack Obama welcomes Xi Jinping to White House
Sensitive issues on menu during ‘private time’ at Xi Jinping and Barack Obama’s working dinner
China must give details for Washington to act on fugitives: US official
President and vice-president of Chinese Communist Party's news website 'taken away by investigators'
China’s leadership ‘infuriated by Tianjin government’s attempts to underplay death toll of blasts’

The Communist Party's top leadership was infuriated with the Tianjin government's attempts to underplay the death toll of the twin blasts that rocked the port city more than two weeks ago.

20 Jun 2018 - 4:20PM

The Communist Party's top leadership was infuriated with the Tianjin government's attempts to underplay the death toll of the twin blasts that rocked the port city more than two weeks ago.

China’s leadership ‘infuriated by Tianjin government’s attempts to underplay death toll of blasts’