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Ex-leader removed from China party congress as Xi eyes more power
Meanwhile, PM Li Keqiang and three other members of China's all-powerful Politburo Standing Committee will not be reappointed in a leadership shuffle on Sunday.
Attack on protestor at Chinese consulate in UK 'deeply concerning'
Footage made public by domestic outlets showed a man was hauled through a gate into the consular grounds Sunday, where he was kicked and punched by five men as he lay on the ground.
China's Communist Party is holding its congress. Here's what to expect
State media report that 2,296 representatives were “elected” to the congress. All candidates are carefully vetted, and no open campaigning is allowed.
UK Parliament closes TikTok account due to data breach fears
The UK Government's Tiktok account gets shut down after some Members of Parliament raise concerns that user data may be passed onto China's ruling Communist Party. This follows reports that the Chinese app is obliged to handed over personal data to Xi Jinping's government upon request.
Exiled artist Ai Weiwei reflects on Beijing Olympics
The dissident creator says that the 2008 Olympics gave political and economic cover to the authoritarian regime in China.
China is now controlling the weather. What’s the environmental cost?
The Chinese government used ‘cloud seeding’ to control rain and reduce pollution in Beijing last July.
Olympics committee says it has spoken to Peng Shuai in China
The IOC said it held a second video call with the tennis star but did not release any video or transcript.
Yahoo quits China as tough regulations hit western tech brands
Yahoo followed gaming smash hit Fortnite and social platform Linkedin in pulling the plug on Chinese users.
China banning crypto is an opportunity for free markets
China's blanket ban on crypto trading and mining will open up new opportunities for free market economies that encourage innovation.
Evergrande: What will happen if the property giant collapses?
The Chinese property group has sparked fears it could default on its €240 billion debts, but analysts say it's unlikely to cause a global crisis.
Kids in China can now play online games for just 3 hours a week
The strict time limits mean under-18s will be limited to playing for just an hour a day on Fridays and weekends.
China will not be bullied, Xi tells Communist Party centenary crowd
Those who try to bully China will end up with "broken heads and bloodshed", President Xi Jinping told a mass gathering in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
China's Communist Party turns 100, looks to cement its future
The week-long celebrations focus on the party's early struggles and recent achievements, discarding decades of mismanagement.
China cracks down on Hong Kong Tiananmen Square massacre vigil
Hong Kong had been the last place on Chinese soil where the June 4, 1989, event was publicly commemorated.
Tiananmen Square museum in Hong Kong shut after three days
A Hong Kong museum commemorating the 1989 killings in China’s Tiananmen Square was shut after three days, as Chinese authorities continue to tighten control on the city.
Fake accounts helping boost China's reach on Twitter, study finds
China's ruling Communist Party (CPC) has been using fake fans to boost profiles on Twitter, a study has found.
China endorses plan to tighten control of Hong Kong elections
The Communist Party put forward plans which would reduce democratic representation in Hong Kong elections, following pro-democracy demonstrations in the region.
China announces 'over 6%' economic growth target, tech plans
China’s premier announced plans to make the nation self-reliant in technology amid tension with Washington and Europe over trade, Hong Kong and human rights.
China: BBC World News taken off air for 'serious content violation'
Chinese state media say the BBC news channel has failed to be 'true and impartial'. Last week China's state broadcaster's licence was revoked in the UK.
China threatens retaliation over cancellation of CGTN's UK licence
The Chinese foreign ministry threatened retaliation after CGTN's licence to broadcast in the UK was suddenly removed by Ofcom on Thursday.