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Covering American and international news for an online, global audience.

Our team of US-based journalists is most recently renowned for its Pulitzer Prize-winning revelations based on the disclosures made by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

Ai Weiwei to West: Tackle China on Human Rights Whatever the Cost

Benjamin Haas
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‘It doesn’t matter it will hurt me or not – do what you think is right’: artist says Beijing has axed rule of law for anyone with contrary political views

A Plea to Britain: Don’t Forget Tibet in Your Dealings With China

Lobsang Sangay
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Britain has a fine history of upholding the democratic values of Tibet. It must do once again as it negotiates business and trade ties with Beijing

Smiling Panda, Weeping Dragon: China’s Banksy Brings Life to City Sprawl

Christy Yao
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Qi Xinghua, famous as a 3-D painter, says he wants to ‘add some fun to our lives’ by brightening up drab cityscapes

Pope Francis Targets Deal With China in Year of Mercy

Stephanie Kirchgaessner
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Agreement on issue of Vatican’s right to appoint bishops in China would be biggest diplomatic feat of Francis’s papacy

Delia Davin Obituary

John Gittings
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A pioneer of Chinese women’s studies who avoided the stereotypes offered by the communist regime and its critics

China Courts Philippines Leader Duterte Amid Signs of U.S. Rift

Tom Phillips and Oliver Holmes
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The Philippines president is visiting China, but whether his focus is on building relations or his country’s infrastructure remains to be seen

Is China's Gaokao The World's Toughest School Exam?

Alec Ash
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Chinese children must endure years of stress and impossible expectations preparing for their final school exam

Rebel Hong Kong Politicians Defy China at Chaotic Swearing-In Ceremony

Tom Phillips
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Pro-democracy politicians cross fingers and make protest signs and subversive references to Beijing’s authoritarian rulers

Protests Outside Chinese Defense Ministry at Army Cuts

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More than 1,000 people walk and chant in Beijing in demonstration believed to be about pensions and personnel cuts

Anger on Streets in China as Football Team Suffer Shock Defeat by War-Torn Syria

Tom Phillips
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Disgruntled fans demand that president of football association is sacked as hopes for a football revolution suffer a blow

China Tops WHO List for Deadly Outdoor Air Pollution

Adam Vaughan
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More than 1 million people died from dirty air in one year

US and China Release Fossil Fuel Subsidy Peer Reviews

Karl Mathiesen
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With public assessment of their subsidies, China and the US take a big step on transparency, but inch forward on reform

Mayor of Major Chinese Port City of Tianjin Faces Corruption Inquiry

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City’s acting Communist party chief is accused of ‘serious discipline breaches’ by investigators.

‘Ghostbusters’ In Line for China Ban Due to Supernatural Theme

Henry Barnes
Guardian
Under China’s censorship laws any films suggesting the existence of the supernatural can be banned from distribution.

A ‘Black and Smelly’ Job: The Search for China’s Most Polluted Rivers

Tom Phillips
Guardian
China gives anyone with a smartphone a chance to orchestrate a much needed clean-up....