Wang Chunxiang pushes a cart around busy areas of Shanghai, playing cat and mouse with the authorities as she tries to sell pastries. The jobs she could get do not pay enough for her to make ends meet.
China’s youth unemployment hits a record high, deepening its economic scars
As youth unemployment in China rises to a record high, college graduates are caught in a perfect storm — with some forced to take on low-paying jobs.
Serbian president to meet U.S., Russia, China, EU ambassadors after clashes erupt
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will meet on Tuesday with the ambassadors of the United States, Russia, China, Britain and the head of the European Union mission, the president’s office said late on Monday,
Curbs to ’cause huge losses’ for Japan’s chip industry
Japan’s chip export controls will deal a heavy blow to its chipmaking equipment companies, as most of them count China as their largest market, Japanese and Chinese experts said. Highlighting that …
Biden admin reviewing whether to lift tariffs on imports from China
The Biden administration is in the middle of a review of tariffs on a variety of imported goods from China. A decision could be made before the end of the year.
China Denies Pressuring Europe To Accept Russia’s Gains in Ukraine
Li Hui, Beijing’s special representative on Eurasian affairs, was dispatched to Europe by Chinese leader Xi Jinping from May 16-26. He completed a six-leg visit that began in Kyiv and ended in Moscow. It followed a long-awaited call last month between Zelensky and Xi and was billed as part of China’s contribution toward ending the year-long war.
Rare creature – the only one of its kind – spotted wrestling in China, photos show
A rare animal, believed to be the only one of its kind in the world, was spotted at a nature reserve in China, news outlets reported. The Wolong National Nature Reserve, located in China’s Sichuan province,
US House introduces bill against laws restricting property ownership by citizens from China
CAPAC Chair Rep. Judy Chu (CA-28) and CAPAC Housing Task Force Chair Representative Al Green (TX-09) introduced the Preemption of Real Property Discrimination Act.
China’s factory activity likely contracts in May – Reuters poll
China’s factory activity likely contracted further in May, a Reuters poll showed on Monday, adding to pressures facing the world second-biggest economy amid an uneven economic recovery from the …
China’s first homegrown large passenger jet took its maiden flight after 16 years in the making — check it out
With the C919 jet, China hopes to compete with Airbus and Boeing. The aircraft made its maiden flight from Shanghai to Beijing on Sunday.