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The Voice of America (VOA) is a dynamic international multimedia broadcaster with service in more than 40 languages. Serving an estimated weekly global audience of 187.7 million, VOA provides news, information, and cultural programming through the Internet, mobile and social media, radio, and television. VOA is funded by the U.S. Government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

The Voice of America began broadcasting in 1942 to combat Nazi propaganda with accurate and unbiased news and information. Ever since then, VOA has served the world with a consistent message of truth, hope and inspiration.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

China Accuses US of Meddling over Potential US Navy Visits to Taiwan

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China submitted an official protest with the United States Thursday after U.S

High-Level US-China Talks Focus on Immigration, Fugitives

Nike Ching
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Shilan Zhao, former wife of fugitive Chinese official Jianjun Qiao, pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges by the U.S. government of conspiring to commit immigration fraud related to the EB5 “investor” visa program.

Senate Democrats Ask Trump for Answers on China Trademarks

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A group of Senate Democrats has sent a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump requesting information about a raft of trademark approvals from China this year that they say may violate the U.S. Constitution’s ban on gifts from foreign governments.

Malaysia Buying Chinese Ships to Protect its Waters From China, Other

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Officials from the Southeast Asian country, with a coastline stretching from the Sulu Sea westward to the Indian Ocean, said in November they would get four littoral mission ships made in China.

China Raising Pressure on Taiwan, Gently

Ralph Jennings
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China is slowly tightening its grip on self-ruled Taiwan to make it break a nearly year-old political deadlock, but it’s avoiding any tough measures that it can’t reverse if relations improve, analysts say.

China Property Sales Surge Despite Efforts to Cool Market

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Property sales by area rose 25.1 percent year-on-year in January and February.

Fraud Case, Holiday Dispute Further Divide Old Rivals China, Taiwan

Ralph Jennings
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Relations between old rivals China and Taiwan have been shaken again over a foreign extradition case and Beijing’s re-interpretation of a Taiwanese political holiday, stalling any prospects for dialogue or cooperation.

China’s ‘Silk Road’ Push Stirs Resentment, Protest in Sri Lanka

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China signed a deal with Sri Lanka late last year to further develop the strategic port of Hambantota and build a huge industrial zone nearby, a key part of Beijing’s ambitions to create a modern-day “Silk Road” across Asia.

U.N. Social Media Posts Removed in China After Backlash

William Ide
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A massive backlash on social media in China has apparently led the United Nations to take down two Lunar New Year posts on refugees and poverty from their Chinese Weibo social media site.

China Official Leaves Hong Kong With Assurances of Autonomy

Francis Moriarty
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The timing of his presence is viewed against the backdrop of upcoming elections to the Hong Kong legislature.

Millions of Chinese Migrant Workers Head Home for New Year

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Every year tens of millions of Chinese migrant workers head home in the largest annual mass migration of people.

Chinese Investment in Africa Falls by 40%

Saibal Dasgupta
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China’s Commerce Ministry publicly admitted that Chinese investments to Africa had fallen by 40 percent in the first half of this year.

China Says It Will Be Good Host to Japan During APEC

Reuters
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A one-on-one meeting would be a symbolic breakthrough in ties between the world's second- and third-biggest economies, which have turned frigid in the past two years over a territorial row...

Mixed Signals On China’s Policies in Tibet

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Worshipping the Dalai Lama remains illegal in Tibetan areas of China, despite earlier reports of changes in China's policies in Lhasa and in some parts of neighboring Qinghai province.  ...

China Insists Reporter Was Not Forced to Leave

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China is still considering the visa application of a New York Times journalist who the paper says was forced to leave.