Travel restrictions to Hong Kong lifted, Hisense leads the world, service sector into expansion zone
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by Barry van Wyk
2h ago
Business briefs from the Chinese media — Friday February 3 ..read more
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China’s top 10 semiconductor firms
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by Arran Hope
2h ago
China’s chip industry has been juiced by funding from the government and jinxed by U.S. export curbs on advanced equipment. But the century of chip rivalry has just started. These are ten Chinese semiconductor firms to look out for and three that went down in flames ..read more
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Telling the story of ordinary Chinese before it was cool: Graham Peck’s ‘Two Kinds of Time’
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by Paul French
12h ago
Graham Peck identified and sympathized with the suffering of the Chinese people under a corrupt Nationalist government. His observations ran counter to popular China scholarship at the time, but then again, Peck was a different kind of China Hand ..read more
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Canada will allow 10,000 Uyghur refugees to settle in next two years
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by Ruth Ingram
12h ago
‘This is only the beginning’: After a decision by Canada’s parliament to welcome Turkic Muslim refugees who have fled China, Uyghur activists believe the government and prime minister Justin Trudeau himself will follow up with further action ..read more
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China builds up its space power in Antarctica
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by Nadya Yeh
12h ago
China’s plans to build two ground stations in an Antarctic research base to help track its growing number of satellites, but the move will likely raise concerns about spying and other military activities ..read more
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Will Xiaomi be the world’s first smartphone company to launch an electric car?
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by Barry van Wyk
1d ago
Xiaomi, the consumer electronics and smartphone company that some compare to Apple, is preparing for a big electric car reveal this year. Consumers have been eager to see images of the new car, but all they've gotten so far are leaked photos of an early draft design ..read more
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Hong Kong’s closing kindergartens, BYD bucks the trend, record high BRI trade
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by Barry van Wyk
1d ago
Business briefs from the Chinese media — Thursday February 2 ..read more
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Li Wenliang: The man who was wrong to have been right
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by Geremie R. Barmé
2d ago
Dr. Lǐ Wénliàng 李文亮 is the doctor who tried to warn his colleagues about the spread of COVID-19 in Wuhan in early 2020, was silenced by the authorities, and forced to write a self-criticism. This is a translation of that document by renowned Sinologist Geremie Barmé to mark Li’s death three years ago this week ..read more
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Sichuan removes marriage as prerequisite for birth registration amid concerns over population drop
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by Zhao Yuanyuan
2d ago
Although local officials said the policy was not meant to encourage unmarried couples to become parents, Chinese internet users believed that it had everything to do with the country’s recent population decline ..read more
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Why China’s gay academics don’t come out — Q&A with Cui Le
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by Nathan Wei
2d ago
Faced with official scrutiny and potential complaints from student informants, most of China’s gay teachers and researchers choose to stay in the closet. But that doesn't mean they aren’t fighting for a queer-friendly environment in Chinese academia, Cui Le told The China Project ..read more
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