After what U.S. officials said was several months of deliberation among President Donald Trump’s national security team, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently took a rather strident tone towards China in a major speech that came just weeks before Trump’s first state visit to China. “The United States seeks constructive relations with China, but we will…
Editor-in-Chief Andrew Burke is a lifelong aficionado of all things Chinese. He studied Mandarin while living in Taiwan for six years and now works as a digitization specialist at the Yenching Library, which specializes in Asian books and documents, at Harvard University where he also studies topics related to China, Chinese, Asia and foreign affairs.
A wind turbine installation vessel, developed in China for use near its coasts, is sparking new hope that the dominant party in a six-way maritime sovereignty dispute will share technology. But analysts warn Beijing seldom […]
China is keeping its eyes peeled on the Taiwan election, which could send shockwaves across Beijing and even Washington. The island nation’s 23 million citizens will flock to the polls this Saturday to elect their […]
An outraged Beijing is calling on US President Barack Obama to veto a bill that would rename a street outside the Chinese embassy in Washington after jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo. The bill introduced by Republican […]