Kinling Lo is a China reporter covering diplomacy and society news for the Post. She joined the team in 2016 as a cadet reporter.
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90 new regular and 10 international members elected for outstanding professional achievements.
Chinese soldiers shown in photos and videos with thermal jackets, boots, ponchos and three-in-one sleeping mat, bag and shelter. It comes after reports Indian Army bought gear from US and Europe.
Southern metropolis to be given power to make its own laws in key areas after Xi Jinping highlighted its importance as a model for future development.
Qingdao has been the focus of an investigation by the CDC since the country’s first locally transmitted infections for 55 days were identified there last month.
To ensure the effectiveness of its nuclear strategy, ‘China maintains a certain degree of ambiguity’ regarding numbers of warheads, head of the Chinese foreign ministry arms control department says.
Entrepreneur Chen Zhilie and architectural engineer Lu Jianxin shared the stage with the president at a carefully choreographed ceremony on Wednesday.
Internet users react with fury after singer RM says group remembers shared ‘sacrifice’ with US in conflict where China fought on opposite side.
Beijing offers US$140 million in loans and grants for series of infrastructure schemes, including undersea cable link to Hong Kong.
Former real estate tycoon paid his son US$5 million under ‘fake contract’ for financial consultancy and enjoyed free renovation at his home, article claims.
After saying for some time it wanted to support the global response to Covid-19, Beijing has finally committed to the WHO-led vaccine access alliance.
Letter from Chinese embassy in New Delhi reminds ‘media friends that there is only one China in the world’.
Haoyang Yu, wife Yanzhi Chen and their company face raft of accusations over technology related to semiconductor firm Analog Devices.
Yuan Nansheng, vice-president of a foreign ministry think tank, also says it’s a ‘misjudgment’ to believe America’s superpower status is on the wane.
On the eve of the first US presidential candidate debate, Chinese state media says US politicians should stop dragging China into domestic issues.
The Trump administration has shown increasing support for the island in the race for the White House, actions that Beijing has branded as provocations.
Nong Rong has no experience as a diplomat but analyst says he is just the man to revitalise the multibillion-dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
‘China Military Power Report’ makes ‘groundless accusations’ about Beijing’s spending, nuclear policies and Taiwan, defence ministry says.
‘We have told the US embassy that the op-ed in the name of Ambassador [Terry] Branstad … is full of loopholes and seriously inconsistent with the facts,’ Communist Party mouthpiece says.
The Liberal Democrat leader announced that he would step down due to health issues.
The USS Mustin sailed near the Paracel Islands in the disputed waterway after a Chinese missile launch in the region.
China’s actions in Hong Kong and Xinjiang emerge as issues for politicians in Italy and the Netherlands.
Chinese state media says new trade talks with US were constructive but this is just the first round and many challenges remain.
Piece running to 33,000 words defends Beijing’s policies towards Xinjiang and Hong Kong and rejects a series of ‘false’ claims about China.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi uses anniversary of land border pact to call for negotiations over disputed waterway.
The popular Chinese-owned video sharing platform has confirmed it will sue over the executive order to wind down its US operations.
America ‘doesn’t have to do business’ with China, president says in an interview with Fox News.
Pacific Air Forces commander says the ability ‘to challenge competitors in a time and place of our choosing’ is a US strength.