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U.S.-China Trade Friction Sees no End in Sight

U.S.-China Trade Friction Sees no End in Sight

In his first address to Congress, United States President Donald Trump stayed true to many of the views that fueled those who helped him rise to victory. He promised to create new jobs by boosting infrastructure and alluded to restoring America’s edge in trade by imposing taxes and tariffs on imports from other countries. “Currently, […]

Trump Promises to Revive Coal Industry; China Bent on Destroying it

Trump Promises to Revive Coal Industry; China Bent on Destroying it

United States President Donald Trump rose to victory with the promise refueling the coal and steel industries, while dialing back the regulations he’s accused of bringing these industries to their knees. Back in China, government policy is to keep the crosshairs on these industries and eventually decimate them. Even as Trump promised in his address […]

Tibetan Women’s Soccer Team Allegedly Had U.S. Visas Revoked

Tibetan Women’s Soccer Team Allegedly Had U.S. Visas Revoked

The Tibetan Women’s Soccer team was to take part in the opening ceremony of American soccer tournament, but all of had their Visa applications denied by the U.S. embassy in New Delhi, according to the team organizer. Cassie Childers says that a year ago, she got a call from English soccer player Gordon Jago, who […]

Trump Targets Chinese Visitors

Trump Targets Chinese Visitors

In the short time since Donald Trump assumed office of the President of the United States, he and the loyal robot posse that make up his cabinet have put forward a slew of ridiculous, unethical, and hateful laws and measures that are disasters waiting to happen. And they just keep on coming. The Trump administration’s […]

U.S. Reinstating Marines on Taipei

U.S. Reinstating Marines on Taipei

The United States is planning to reinstate troops as guards at the new compound of its de facto diplomatic mission in Taipei, despite lacking official diplomatic relations with Taiwan. The move is likely to enhance U.S.-Taiwan relations while further dampening relations with China. Beijing continues to consider Taiwan a breakaway province and the U.S. has […]

Income Inequality Bigger in U.S.

Income Inequality Bigger in U.S.

According to data gathered by the World Wealth & Income Database and published by the National Bureau of Research, income inequality is bigger in the United States than it is in China. The research indicates that the bottom half of earners make 12% of income while the top 1% makes 20% of income. The same […]

Chinese Warship Carrier Crosses Taiwan Strait

Chinese Warship Carrier Crosses Taiwan Strait

Returning from drills in the disputed South China Sea, China’s only aircraft carrier took several warships across the Taiwan strait, in a move that put Taipei on high alert.   Taiwan’s military monitored the Liaoning as it passed through the 100-mile strait, and its Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). Beijing considers self-governed Taiwan a breakaway […]

China Critic Becomes Trade Policy Leader Under Trump

China Critic Becomes Trade Policy Leader Under Trump

Throughout his campaign, President-elect Donald Trump bashed China accusing the Communist country of currency manipulation, unfairly high tariffs, stealing American jobs, and militarizing the contested South China Sea. Now, the man who promised to bring back jobs may actually be sticking to his guns. Trump has appointed Peter Navarro as director of trade and industrial […]

Taiwan President to Visit the U.S.

Taiwan President to Visit the U.S.

As thousands of Chinese missiles stay pointed toward Taiwan, the Communist nation’s patience with what it calls its breakaway province continues to be tested. Today, a senior Taiwanese official announced President Tsai Ing-wen and a 90-strong delegation plan to land on U.S. soil to meet members of Congress. Beijing believes Taiwan is nothing more than […]

Taiwan Loses Diplomatic Ties with African Island Nation

Taiwan Loses Diplomatic Ties with African Island Nation

Taiwan is somewhat of an international anomaly. China still considers it as a breakaway province that remains under Beijing’s control, and just under two dozen governments recognize it as a nation state. Today, that number shrunk to 20. Now, the government of the African island nation of Sao Tome and Principle have cut official ties […]

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