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  1. Trump Takes On China and Persia at Once. What’s to Worry About? Opinion, Yesterday

    He’s imposed pain. Now, if he only had defined plans and goals.

  2. U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Trump Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei Technology, Yesterday

    Chip makers’ deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat.

  3. Hong Kong Police, Once Called ‘Asia’s Finest,’ Are Now a Focus of Anger World, June 24

    The police have struggled to manage some of the largest protests in the city’s history, as they defend a government that much of the public has turned against.

  4. DealBook Briefing: New Tech Clampdowns Could Threaten a U.S.-China Trade Deal Business, June 24

    America continues to undermine Chinese access to U.S. technology. That could loom over impending talks between President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China.

  5. Xi and Trump and the Art of the Game Opinion, June 23

    The president of China may have the upper hand after a visit to Pyongyang.

  6. Why Xi Jinping Is Courting Kim Jong-un Opinion, June 23

    It’s not about nuclear weapons, leverage with President Trump or the trade war.

  7. Kim Jong-un Stages a Pageant in Pyongyang for Xi Jinping Opinion, June 22

    Were they sending a message to their absent pal, President Trump?

  8. U.S. Blacklists More Chinese Tech Companies Over National Security Concerns U.S., June 21

    The addition of five to the “entity list” heightens tensions just as American and Chinese officials try to get trade talks back on track.

  9. From a Tibetan Filmmaker, an Unvarnished View of His Land World, June 21

    Pema Tseden’s portraits of Tibet are not the heavenly, mist-shrouded Himalayan paradise of popular Western imagination, but an unsentimental view of a windswept plateau on the fringes of modernity.

  10. Friendlier Days for North Korea and China? Maybe Not World, June 21

    On the surface, all seemed warm as Kim Jong-un played host to Xi Jinping this week. So why didn’t the Chinese leader stay longer?

  11. ‘These Forests Are the Lungs of the Country’: Thai Rangers Guard Precious Rosewood World, June 21

    Deep in a jungle in Thailand, a battle is being waged between poorly armed forest rangers and poachers trying to sate China’s growing appetite for rare and precious rosewood.

  12. In Pictures: For Kim Jong-un and Xi Jinping, Small Talk and Mass Games World, June 21

    China’s leader made a rare visit to North Korea this week, a two-day trip full of pomp and propaganda.

  13. Hong Kong Protests Resume as Police Headquarters Is Surrounded World, June 20

    Thousands of demonstrators returned to Hong Kong’s streets on Friday, putting new pressure on the government over an unpopular extradition bill.

  14. The World’s Lamest Trojan Horse Opinion, June 20

    If Beijing truly wants to orchestrate an influence campaign among Chinese students in America, it needs to step up its game.

  15. Xi Jinping Arrives in North Korea, With Many Eyes on Trump World, June 20

    The Chinese leader met on Thursday with Kim Jong-un, in what American officials see as an attempt to gain leverage with President Trump on trade.

  16. For China’s ‘Steel Roses,’ World Cup Is Only the Latest Letdown Sports, June 20

    China’s women’s national team was once one of the world’s best. Now it hopes to regain its glory as part of Xi Jinping’s effort to make China a soccer superpower.

  17. A Protest Song in Hong Kong Video, June 19

    A hymn called “Sing Hallelujah to the Lord” has become an unofficial anthem of demonstrations against a proposed extradition law.

  18. A Trio of Unlikely Partners: Kim, Xi and Trump U.S., June 19

    Their motives for getting together are deeply divergent, but the interests of the leaders of North Korea, China and the United States occasionally harmonize.

  19. The Unspoken Agenda at the Xi-Kim Meeting? Could Be Messaging Trump World, June 19

    A state visit between the leaders of China and North Korea comes as each is locked in a dispute with the United States, and both are looking for leverage over President Trump.

  20. North Korea Last Hosted a Chinese President in 2005. Here’s How It Went. World, June 19

    North Korea’s nuclear ambitions were very much in the news during the 2005 visit. They still are.

  21. With Hymns and Prayers, Christians Help Drive Hong Kong’s Protests World, June 19

    Christianity has had a striking influence in demonstrations against a proposed law that would allow extraditions to mainland China.

  22. Globalization Is Moving Past the U.S. and Its Vision of World Order Business, June 19

    As President Trump deploys tariffs as weapons in international disputes, he has ceded the American role as champion of global trade.

  23. Hypersonic Missiles Are Unstoppable. And They’re Starting a New Global Arms Race. Magazine, June 19

    The new weapons — which could travel at more than 15 times the speed of sound with terrifying accuracy — threaten to change the nature of warfare.

  24. A Muslim Family Sought Help at the Belgian Embassy in Beijing. The Police Dragged Them Out. World, June 18

    The Belgian Embassy is facing criticism after the forcible removal of the family, members of the Uighur minority group that China treats as a security threat.

  25. Hong Kong Was a Refuge for Mainland Chinese. The Extradition Bill Could Change That. World, June 18

    Recent arrivals from mainland China are questioning their security in Hong Kong, which has offered safety and a way to stay connected.

  26. Hong Kong’s Leader Publicly Apologizes for Extradition Bill World, June 18

    Carrie Lam, the chief executive of Hong Kong, said that she was personally responsible for introducing legislation that set off huge protest marches.

  27. A New Trump Battleground: Defining Human Rights Opinion, June 17

    The State Department says the nation has departed from its founding principles, but won’t say how. Some fear a rollback of rights.

  28. Businesses Plead to Stop More China Tariffs. They Expect to Be Ignored. Business, June 17

    Companies say more tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, but many have become resigned to the idea that president will do what he wants.

  29. What Businesses Claim Will Hurt Them (and You) if New Trump Tariffs Take Effect Business, June 17

    More than 300 people plan to testify in Washington about the impact on companies, workers and the American consumer.

  30. Beijing Is Treading Lightly in Hong Kong, for Now Opinion, June 17

    Crushing civil liberties is harder when the whole world is watching.

  31. China Backs Hong Kong’s Leader Despite Huge Protests World, June 17

    Yet it is unclear how long Carrie Lam can continue to govern the territory after her retreat on a contentious extradition proposal.

  32. For Hong Kong’s Youth, Protests Are ‘a Matter of Life and Death’ World, June 17

    Young people are at the forefront of protests that have thrown the city into a political crisis. As they see it, they are battling for their future.

  33. Xi Jinping Will Make First Visit to North Korea Ahead of Meeting With Trump World, June 17

    At a time when tensions among North Korea, China and the United States have been high, some officials see Mr. Xi’s trip to Pyongyang as a way to cool things down.

  34. Xi Jinping Will Make First Visit to North Korea Ahead of Meeting With Trump World, June 17

    At a time when tensions among North Korea, China and the United States have been high, some officials see Mr. Xi’s trip to Pyongyang as a way to cool things down.

  35. The Trade War Is Taking Money From Your Wallet, and Returning Some, Too Business, June 17

    The Trump administration’s taxes made that washing machine cost more, but gas is cheaper because the markets are jittery about the trade war.

  36. Why Hong Kong Is Still Protesting Podcasts, June 17

    The city’s government said a proposed extradition law would enable justice in a murder case. Protesters say it’s a Trojan horse from Beijing.

  37. Huawei Chief Predicts Sales Will Flatline After Trump Crackdown Technology, June 17

    Being cut off from American technology will hurt business at the Chinese company this year and next, Ren Zhengfei said, though he vowed a 2021 recovery.

  38. Huawei Chief Predicts Sales Will Flatline After Trump Crackdown Technology, June 17

    Being cut off from American technology will hurt business at the Chinese company this year and next, Ren Zhengfei said, though he vowed a 2021 recovery.

  39. Hong Kong, Hanging in the Balance Opinion, June 16

    Beijing takes a run at dismantling the city’s democratic freedoms.

  40. Elizabeth Warren’s Radical Plan to Fix the Dollar Opinion, June 16

    Ms. Warren and Donald Trump agree on at least one thing: America’s currency problems are hurting workers.

  41. Protesters Return to Hong Kong’s Streets, Rejecting Leader’s Apology World, June 16

    Protesters dismissed the apology by Carrie Lam as insincere and called for her resignation among a growing list of demands.

  42. Hong Kong Protesters Return to the Streets, Rejecting Leader’s Apology World, June 16

    Protesters dismissed the apology by Carrie Lam as insincere and called for her resignation among a growing list of demands.

  43. Hundreds of Thousands March Through Hong Kong Video, June 16

    The suspension of a bill that would allow extradition to China was not enough to deter people from demonstrating again this Sunday.

  44. Hong Kong’s Retreat Chips Away at Xi Jinping’s Iron Image World, June 16

    The suspension of legislation to extradite suspects to China was the biggest political reversal of Xi Jinping’s years in power. Will it undermine his rule?

  45. Photos From the Hong Kong Extradition Protests World, June 16

    Opponents of a government plan to allow extraditions to mainland China were undeterred by the suspension of the legislation, protesting by the hundreds of thousands for the second consecutive weekend.

  46. ‘Catastrophic,’ ‘Cataclysmic’: Trump’s Tariff Threat Has Retailers Sounding Alarm Business, June 16

    Struggling to compete against online rivals, retailers could be forced to close more stores if tariffs hit Chinese footwear, toys and apparel, analysts say.

  47. How Hong Kong’s Leader Made the Biggest Political Retreat by China Under Xi World, June 15

    Limited consultation within the Hong Kong government, and none with the public, led to an unexpected setback for local authorities and China’s government.

  48. How Hong Kong’s Leader Made the Biggest Political Retreat by China Under Xi World, June 15

    Limited consultation within the Hong Kong government, and none with the public, led to an unexpected setback for local authorities and China’s government.

  49. Carrie Lam, Hong Kong’s Leader, Retreats, but Her Critics Want More World, June 15

    The extradition bill has been suspended, but calls for new protests foreshadow more upheaval in Hong Kong and signal that Mrs. Lam’s troubles are not over.

  50. The Murder Case That Lit the Fuse in Hong Kong World, June 15

    The government said it needed an extradition bill to punish a killer. Hundreds of thousands of protesters didn’t buy it.

  51. Hong Kong’s Leader, Yielding to Protests, Suspends Extradition Bill World, June 15

    Carrie Lam, the city’s top official, had vowed for days to press on with the deeply unpopular bill, which would allow extradition to mainland China.

  52. Bribes and Backdoor Deals Help Foreign Firms Sell to China’s Hospitals Business, June 14

    G.E., Siemens and others have prospered in a country where corruption pervades the market for medical equipment, according to a New York Times investigation. China’s 1.4 billion people pay the price.

  53. Distrusting Both Iran and U.S., Europe Urges ‘Maximum Restraint’ World, June 14

    Washington’s history of hyping intelligence is weighing on European governments, who are suspicious of President Trump’s hawkish Iran policies.

  54. The Week in Tech: Big Trouble With Trustbusters and China Technology, June 14

    The tech industry is caught in the middle of escalating trade tensions with China. And at home, regulators are getting serious about cracking down on Big Tech.

  55. Pro-Beijing Lawmaker in Hong Kong Urges Restraint on Extradition Bill, Signaling Discord World, June 14

    A top adviser to Hong Kong’s leader said it would be impossible to rush through an extradition bill in the wake of clashes between the police and protesters.

  56. Hong Kong Protests Raise Stakes for Xi’s Hard-Line Agenda World, June 13

    The battle in Hong Kong over a bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China reflects the risks of Mr. Xi’s domineering approach to rule.

  57. Boost in Factory Jobs Under Trump Favors Sunny Frontiers Over Ailing Hubs Business, June 13

    The West and oil-rich areas have seen stronger gains than the industrial Midwest, which was hit hard by outsourcing and automation, a new analysis shows.

  58. Hong Kong Police Face Criticism Over Force Used at Protests World, June 13

    Videos of the protests in which officers appear to be using excessive force circulated widely across social media, drawing condemnation from activists and opposition lawmakers.

  59. Hong Kong Police Face Criticism Over Force Used at Protests World, June 13

    Videos of the protests in which officers appear to be using excessive force circulated widely across social media, drawing condemnation from activists and opposition lawmakers.

  60. Chinese Cyberattack Hits Telegram, App Used by Hong Kong Protesters World, June 13

    An attack against the messaging app Telegram and the arrest of a user show how the Hong Kong clash is unfolding digitally, with growing sophistication on both sides.

  61. Sinking of Philippine Boat Puts South China Sea Back at Issue World, June 13

    The Philippines accuses a Chinese fishing vessel of intentionally ramming the vessel in the disputed waterway, and the government is demanding action from China.

  62. China Frees Church Leader After 6 Months in Detention World, June 13

    Jiang Rong, the wife of one of China’s most famous pastors and a key figure in their now-closed church, was released on bail.

  63. The World Grows More Dangerous by the Day Opinion, June 13

    Parting thoughts from a French diplomat as he leaves America.

  64. ‘Little Fresh Meat’ and the Changing Face of Masculinity in China Opinion, June 12

    The embrace of a more fluid form of masculinity shows that many Chinese are frustrated with the traditional ideas pushed by the establishment.

  65. Huawei Is Said to Demand Patent Fees From Verizon Technology, June 12

    The demand, which could amount to a billion dollars, represents a new wrinkle in the tensions between the Trump administration and China.

  66. Scientists Find Ancient Humans Used Weed 2,500 Years Ago, Too Science, June 12

    Residue found in tombs deep in a Central Asian mountain range suggests that strong cannabis was used in ancient burial rites.

  67. In the Battle for Hong Kong, Field Has Tilted Toward Beijing World, June 12

    Unlike China’s retreat after big protests in 2003, this time it is not likely to back down.

  68. In the Battle for Hong Kong, Field Has Tilted Toward Beijing World, June 12

    Unlike China’s retreat after big protests in 2003, this time it is not likely to back down.

  69. In Battle for Hong Kong, the Field Has Tilted Toward Beijing World, June 12

    Unlike China’s retreat after big protests in 2003, this time it is not likely to back down.

  70. Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets at Extradition Protesters World, June 12

    The demonstrators were mostly peaceful, but some hurled bricks and bottles as they charged officers guarding the Legislative Council.

  71. Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets at Extradition Protesters World, June 12

    The demonstrators were mostly peaceful, but some hurled bricks and bottles as they charged officers guarding the Legislative Council.

  72. Extradition Protesters in Hong Kong Face Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets World, June 12

    The demonstrators were mostly peaceful, but some hurled bricks and bottles as they charged officers guarding the Legislative Council.

  73. Out of Their Eggs, Into the Sky: How Baby Pterosaurs May Have Taken Flight Science, June 12

    Researchers say the flying reptiles didn’t need much parental guidance.

  74. Philippines Accuses Chinese Vessel of Sinking Fishing Boat in Disputed Waters World, June 12

    The collision put the lives of 22 crew members at risk, officials said, as the two countries stake competing claims to the South China Sea.

  75. Protesters Clash With Police in Hong Kong Video, June 12

    Demonstrators were met with tear gas, pepper spray and batons as they attempted to storm Hong Kong’s Legislative Council on Wednesday.

  76. As Protesters Fill Hong Kong’s Streets, Businesses Are Alarmed, Too Business, June 12

    A wave of concern has spread through a community of foreign consultants, investors and executives who have made the territory their home and regional headquarters.

  77. The Hong Kong Extradition Protests in Pictures World, June 12

    Demonstrations this week over a proposed law that would allow extraditions to mainland China have produced some of the city’s biggest shows of dissent in years.

  78. Photos From the Hong Kong Extradition Protests World, June 12

    Demonstrations this week over a proposed law that would allow extraditions to mainland China have produced some of the city’s biggest shows of dissent in years.

  79. If Trump Wants to Take On China, He Needs Allies Opinion, June 12

    And he should start with Europe.

  80. Connect the Dots to See Where Trump’s Taking Us Opinion, June 11

    The direction and results are obvious.

  81. As China Looms, Australia’s Military Refocuses on Pacific Neighbors World, June 11

    The Australian military’s role in regional stability is evolving in the face of a rising, powerful China and a United States in seeming retreat from the global stage.

  82. China Moves to Close Gap in Trade Expertise as Clash With Trump Intensifies Business, June 11

    Beijing called in one of its most experienced negotiators on trade policy shortly before talks with the United States collapsed, adding a veteran voice at a critical moment.

  83. New Zealand Court, Blocking Extradition, Is Latest to Rebuke China’s Judiciary World, June 11

    In a strongly worded ruling, a New Zealand court ordered that human rights risks in China be considered before a murder suspect could be sent there.

  84. The Hong Kong Protests Are About More Than an Extradition Law Opinion, June 10

    Huge crowds took to the streets to resist moves by Beijing to curtail human rights.

  85. Trump Says Mexico Tariffs Worked, Emboldening Trade Fight With China U.S., June 10

    President Trump backed off his threat to impose tariffs on Mexico last week — but the encounter suggests more tariffs could be on the way

  86. Trump Renews Attacks on Fed, Putting Central Bank in a Bind Business, June 10

    The Federal Reserve has gone from lifting rates to watching for signs that a cut is needed, but President Trump is still blasting its policies.

  87. Stocks Post Modest Gains as Trump’s Mexico Threat Eases Business, June 10

    Relief from Friday night’s news continued into Monday, but investors still have plenty to worry about.

  88. Stocks Post Modest Gains as Trump’s Mexico Threat Eases Business, June 10

    Relief from Friday night’s news continued into Monday, but investors still have plenty to worry about.

  89. Hong Kong Leader, Carrie Lam, Says She Won’t Back Down on Extradition Bill World, June 10

    Hong Kong’s chief executive said the government was pursuing a law that would allow extraditions to mainland China “out of our clear conscience.”

  90. Hong Kong’s Government May Cave In to China. Its People Will Not. Opinion, June 10

    Judging by the crowds on Sunday, scorn for the government on the mainland has reached new heights.

  91. The Enemy of My Enemy Opinion, June 9

    China and Russia unite under a common foe.

  92. Wall Street Asks When, Not if, the Fed Will Cut Interest Rates Business, June 9

    After a weak jobs report and amid continued trade tensions, many Federal Reserve watchers are looking for rate cuts this summer or fall.

  93. Scenes From the Protest in Hong Kong Video, June 9

    Demonstrators marched on Sunday against a government proposal to allow extraditions to mainland China. Critics fear it could be used to send dissidents to face trial in mainland courts, which are controlled by the Communist Party.

  94. World Economic Leaders Warn of Fallout From Trade War Between U.S. and China U.S., June 9

    Shortly after dropping a threat of tariffs against Mexico, the Trump administration showed no inclination to back down in its dispute with Beijing.

  95. Hong Kong March: Vast Protest of Extradition Bill Shows Fear of Eroding Freedoms World, June 9

    The demonstration was one of the largest in the territory’s history and showed deep worries about ever-tightening Chinese rule.

  96. Is It Too Late to Stop a New Cold War With China? Opinion, June 8

    Led by President Trump, Washington is swiftly and decisively turning against the world’s No. 2 power. That could be disastrous.

  97. Trump Mixes Economic and National Security, Plunging the U.S. Into Multiple Fights Business, June 8

    The Trump administration has argued that economic security is national security. But as a consequence, it now finds itself in an economic war on nearly every front.

  98. Mnuchin Lays Blame for Failed Trade Talks on China U.S., June 8

    The Treasury secretary also said that President Trump will meet with China’s leader, Xi Jinping, at the G-20 leaders’ summit in Osaka, Japan, later this month.

  99. China Summons Tech Giants to Warn Against Cooperating With Trump Ban Business, June 8

    Chinese officials told companies Dell, Microsoft and Samsung that there would be dire consequences if they cut sales or pulled production from China, people familiar with the meetings said.

  100. Putin and Xi Herald the Virtues of Globalism, Critiquing the U.S. on Trade Business, June 7

    The presidents of Russia and China used an investment conference to critique what they saw as increased protectionism by the United States amid rising tensions.

  101. Paul Theroux: Truth and Tiananmen Opinion, June 7

    The writer recalls his experiences in China before the massacre.

  102. Fearing China’s Rule, Hong Kong Residents Resist Extradition Plan World, June 7

    The fight against the proposal has become the most serious showdown between the public and the authorities since the Umbrella protests in 2014 demanding free elections.

  103. For China’s Leading Investigative Reporter, Enough Is Enough World, June 7

    Liu Wanyong, “the most important figure in investigative journalism,” has quit the profession. “News is not like news anymore,” he says.

  104. Recyclers Cringe as Southeast Asia Says It’s Sick of the West’s Trash World, June 7

    After China restricted plastic scrap imports, countries like Malaysia took the brunt of the waste. But now there’s a regionwide backlash, and recyclers are worried.

  105. Trump Administration Plans to Sell More Than $2 Billion of Arms to Taiwan U.S., June 6

    The proposed weapons package, including 108 tanks, is the costliest in recent years. The sale would add to tensions between the United States and China.

  106. The Car Industry Is Under Siege Business, June 6

    Fiat Chrysler and Renault’s attempt to join forces was a response to turmoil in the auto industry, which accounts for much of the world’s factory jobs.

  107. Candidate Seeks Closer China Ties, Shaking Up Taiwan’s Presidential Race World, June 6

    Han Kuo-yu, the new star of the opposition Kuomintang, has galvanized older Taiwanese by pledging to roll back pension cuts and seeking closer ties to China.

  108. In China, a Viral Video Sets Off a Challenge to Rape Culture Business, June 5

    The images were meant to exonerate Richard Liu, the e-commerce mogul. They have also helped fuel a nascent #NoPerfectVictim movement.

  109. Ford Is Fined in China as Trade Fight With U.S. Rages Business, June 5

    A $25 million fine for anticompetitive practices appears to make the Detroit automaker the latest company to be singled in the U.S.-China economic clash.

  110. Xi Jinping’s Visit to Russia Accents Ties in Face of Tensions with U.S. World, June 5

    Russia’s relations with China have improved gradually since 2014, when President Vladimir V. Putin announced a pivot to Asia after the Crimea crisis.

  111. Will Arms Control Foes Take Aim at Another Treaty? Opinion, June 4

    An official’s vague accusation could undermine the Nuclear Test Ban agreement.

  112. The U.S. and Chinese Presidents Should Go on a Weekend Retreat Opinion, June 4

    They and the rest of the world will regret the result if their reprisals over trade issues keep escalating.

  113. In China, a Reuters Partner Blocks Articles on the Tiananmen Square Massacre Business, June 4

    The 30th anniversary of the pro-democracy protests has prompted a censorship wave in China. Refinitiv, a data company partly owned by Reuters, complied.

  114. Remembering Tiananmen Square Opinion, June 4

    A reader proposes an international contest for a memorial.

  115. In Hong Kong, a Publisher Struggles to Document Tiananmen’s Carnage Books, June 4

    The semiautonomous Chinese city has long been a keeper of the memories of the crackdown, but growing mainland influence is making it harder.

  116. Mysterious Chinese Political Cartoonist Badiucao Unmasked at Last World, June 4

    The authorities in China have moved quickly to censor the cartoonist, Badiucao, whose work uses bold — and critics say sometimes vulgar — imagery.

  117. A Slower Economy. A Trade War. Now, China Faces Rising Food Prices. Business, June 4

    Pork and fruit are costing more even as Beijing reassures the public that supplies are plentiful.

  118. Tiananmen Anniversary Draws Silence in Beijing but Emotion in Hong Kong World, June 4

    Thirty years after hundreds, possibly thousands, of demonstrators were killed, memories of the bloodshed remain fraught.

  119. The Death of Hong Kong as We Know It? Opinion, June 4

    The Chinese government keeps repressing. The people keep resisting.

  120. He Stayed at Tiananmen to the End. Now He Wonders What It Meant. World, June 3

    Zhou Duo helped evacuate Tiananmen Square in 1989. These days he defends the movement, but sees democracy in retreat in the West and far off in China.

  121. Thirty Years After Tiananmen: Someone Always Remembers Opinion, June 3

    How people in China keep the memory of the massacre alive despite the government’s efforts to make them forget.

  122. Can Tesla Ever Be More Than a Niche Automaker? Wall St. Increasingly Thinks No Business, June 3

    Few companies have created such strong and divergent opinions across Wall Street as Tesla. But that divide appears to be narrowing.

  123. 在中美高層之間遊走:趙小蘭和她的家族航運生意 U.S., June 3

    趙家與中共領導層淵源頗深,趙小蘭的父親與江澤民曾是校友。趙小蘭多年來利用她在中國的人脈和知名度來提升家族航運公司福茂的形象,北京的產業政策給這家企業帶來豐厚的利潤。

  124. 在中美高层之间游走:赵小兰和她的家族航运生意 U.S., June 3

    赵家与中共领导层渊源颇深,赵小兰的父亲与江泽民曾是校友。赵小兰多年来利用她在中国的人脉和知名度来提升家族航运公司福茂的形象,北京的产业政策给这家企业带来丰厚的利润。

  125. ‘In the Streets, Anguish, Fury and Tears’ World, June 3

    Read excerpts from The Times’s on-the-ground coverage of the Chinese government’s 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators.

  126. Witnessing China’s 1989 Protests, 1,000 Miles From Tiananmen Square World, June 2

    As a student, Representative Andy Levin of Michigan experienced firsthand the bloody crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators.

  127. For the Chao Family, Deep Ties to the World’s 2 Largest Economies U.S., June 2

    The family of Elaine Chao, the transportation secretary, has forged high-level political connections not only in the United States but also in China, where their shipping business has prospered.

  128. The Anniversary China Avoids Opinion, June 2

    June 4 marks three decades since authorities massacred pro-democracy protesters in Beijing.

  129. A ‘Bridge’ to China, and Her Family’s Business, in the Trump Cabinet U.S., June 2

    Elaine Chao has boosted the profile of her family’s shipping company, which benefits from industrial policies in China that are roiling the Trump administration.

  130. China Cannot Erase the Truth of Tiananmen Opinion, June 2

    The Communist government wants to control the future by suppressing the past.

  131. After Tiananmen, China Conquers History Itself Opinion, June 2

    Young people question the value of knowledge, a victory for Beijing 30 years after the crackdown on student protests.

  132. In China, Public Talk of Sex Is Rare. Could a ‘Pleasure Community’ Change That? World, June 2

    Strangers gathered in Beijing to discuss a subject rarely addressed publicly in China: how to satisfy a woman. These workshops come at a fraught time for Chinese feminists.

  133. China Strikes Defiant Stance on Trade Against Trump Business, June 2

    In a new white paper, Beijing blamed the United States for the breakdown in trade talks. Some companies, like FedEx, are already feeling pressure from the Chinese government.

  134. The Week in Business: A Surprise Tariff War, and the Future of iPhone Screens Business, June 1

    Plus, Uber will give rude customers the boot, and a victory for gender-neutral parental leave.

  135. Twitter Takes Down Accounts of China Dissidents Ahead of Tiananmen Anniversary Business, June 1

    The company said the suspensions were an accident. But the move showed starkly the global political ramifications of Silicon Valley slip-ups.

  136. What I Learned Leading the Tiananmen Protests Opinion, June 1

    I paid a hefty price for the demonstrations three decades ago. So did China.

  137. When China Massacred Its Own People Opinion, June 1

    Thirty years ago, I was there when the Chinese Army invaded its capital.

  138. A Tale of Murder, Revenge and a Canadian Immigrant Dream Gone Wrong World, June 1

    Vancouver is riveted by the murder trial of a Chinese immigrant, accused of killing his wealthy relative. The story pulls together many strands of recent changes in the city.

  139. As China Takes Aim, Silicon Valley Braces for Pain Technology, May 31

    The tech cold war is heating up. U.S. companies that depend on the giant China market are preparing themselves for the fallout.

  140. Acting Defense Chief Tries to Cool Hostilities with China as Trade War Heats Up World, May 31

    Patrick Shanahan, acting U.S. defense secretary, and his Chinese counterpart will both attempt to win over Asian nations this weekend at a security conference in Singapore.

  141. Acting Defense Chief Tries to Cool Hostilities With China as Trade War Heats Up World, May 31

    Patrick Shanahan, acting U.S. defense secretary, and his Chinese counterpart will both attempt to win over Asian nations this weekend at a security conference in Singapore.

  142. Planting the Seeds of a Story With Farmers in the Midwest Reader Center, May 31

    We talked about weather cycles, commodity prices, tariffs and Trump. Then we drove off to the next field.

  143. New Documents Show Power Games Behind China’s Tiananmen Crackdown World, May 30

    A book released in Hong Kong reveals how after the 1989 massacre, China’s top officials united to denounce an ousted leader and embrace a darkly wary worldview.

  144. Seeing China Through Art, Not Politics World, May 30

    For those of us hungering for deeper insight into the the country, Sydney’s White Rabbit gallery provides a dizzying and confronting lesson in understanding.

  145. Photos of the Tiananmen Square Protests Through the Lens of a Student Witness World, May 30

    After three decades, Jian Liu decided to reveal images he took of the hopeful 1989 student movement and its bloody aftermath.

  146. Trade War Starts Changing Manufacturers in Hard-to-Reverse Ways Business, May 30

    With no end in sight to the tariff duel with China, American companies are shifting supply chains and making other moves for the long haul.

  147. This Boutique Bike Shop Shows How Trump’s Tariffs Can Hit the Little Guy Business, May 29

    It’s hard for a small, China-dependent company to reorient its supply chain on a dime.

  148. Anchors From Fox and Chinese State TV Hold Live Debate on Trade World, May 29

    Experts say the debate between Trish Regan and Liu Xin will help a Communist Party-controlled television network raise its profile in America, where it has struggled to gain a foothold.

  149. Trump Hands China an Easy Win in the Trade War Opinion, May 29

    The president’s tough rhetoric plays into Chinese economic nationalism.

  150. Huawei Revs Up Its U.S. Lawsuit, With the Media in Mind Business, May 29

    The Chinese telecommunications giant has filed for summary judgment against the White House as it challenges limits against it via the courts and public opinion.