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Last Updated: July 7, 2016

China: No, We Are Not Sending Cans of Human Flesh to Africa

Adam Taylor
Washington Post
China's ambassador to Zambia released a statement, seeking to battle misinformation that was harming China's reputation in Africa.

Watch: Queen Elizabeth II Shocked by 'Very Rude' Chinese Officials Ahead of State Visit

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
The queen was filmed talking to Metropolitan Police Commander Lucy D’Orsi at her first garden party of the year.

Controversial Concert Spoils China's Plans to Bury Cultural Revolution Anniversary

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
A “symphonic concert of socialist classic songs” staged earlier this month has provoked widespread outrage.

Storm Clouds Gather over South China Sea Ahead of Key U.N. Ruling

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
Signs that China might build more island ahead of a U.N. ruling have provoked the U.S. to step up its vigilance.

Court to Hear China's First Transgender Labor Discrimination Case

Emily Rauhala
Washington Post
A transgender man who claims he was fired for wearing men’s clothing to work will get his day in court.

Excitement in China as Google, Instagram Jump Great Firewall—for Just Two Hours

Simon Denyer and Xu Yangjingjing
Washington Post
Access may have become possible because Google had introduced a series of new IP servers.

With Hong Kong Booksellers Silenced, China Now Goes after Exiled Dissidents

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
Dissidents in the U.S. and Germany said relatives in China were detained to investigate the anonymous letter asking Xi to resign.

China Censors Say: Hey, Stop Picking on Facebook Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg

Emily Rauhala
Washington Post
People posted photoshopped pictures of him jogging through other Tiananmen tableaus after his facebook update.

China’s Advice to Cuba: Good Luck, But Beware of American Motives

Emily Rauhala
Washington Post
China might see a U.S.-Cuba thaw as a threat.

How a New York Art Show about Chinese Online Censorship Found Itself Censored

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
When the artist behind the cafe tried to organize a round-table event, a speaker starting receiving threats from China.

Rise of 'Racist' Trump Shows Democracy is Scary, China Paper Writes

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
An "abusively racist and extremist" candidate is on the rise in the U.S., says China's Global Times. Maybe democracy isn't such a good idea after all.

China Paper Says Rise of ‘Racist’ Trump Shows Democracy Is Scary

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
Hitler came to power through elections, China’s Global Times said, and democracy resulted in a mess.

Some Facts for Donald Trump about the Great Wall of China

Ishaan Tharoor
Washington Post
Donald Trump invoked the Great Wall of China when justifying the feasibility of his plan to erect a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

China Investigating Hong Kong Bookseller over Mail Sales

Washington Post
Chinese police are investigating a detained bookseller for allegedly selling books by mail illegally in mainland China.

Obama to Veto Bill to Rename Washington Street After Jailed China Dissident

Simon Denyer
Washington Post
Liu Xiaobo, who in 2009 was sentenced to 11 years in jail on charges of inciting state subversion.