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Staff members check body temperatures of the passengers arriving from the train from Wuhan to Hangzhou, at Hangzhou Railway Station ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year in Zhejiang province, China January 23, 2020.

‘Chernobyl 2020:’ Chinese people are comparing the government’s delayed response to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak to the Chernobyl ...

Chinese people are criticizing their government's slow response to the Wuhan coronavirus online, comparing its handling of the outbreak to Chernobyl.
Medical staff, in Wuhan, China, during a coronavirus outbreak that has pushed the city to breaking point.

Chinese people are turning on the government as the coronavirus outbreak spirals into the Lunar New Year

An unprecedented quarantine during the biggest festival of the year is proving a breaking point, as a fearful public faces the spreading virus.
FILE PHOTO: TikTok logo is displayed on the smartphone while standing on the U.S. flag in this illustration

TikTok’s first transparency report says China made 0 censorship or information requests in the first half of 2019, while the US made 85

Despite the claim, TikTok was accused of instructing moderators to censor videos that could displease the Chinese government.

Meet Macau’s new chief executive Ho Iat-seng: a media-shy Beijing loyalist with deep mainland ties

Most agree that Ho’s family background and ties to Beijing made him the top choice for the job.

China has released its guidelines for approving new video games, one year after putting a freeze on new releases in the country

China generated $34 billion for the video game industry in 2018, but new games must adhere to the country's strict standards to be approved for sale.

China’s ‘Big Brother’ surveillance technology isn’t nearly as all-seeing as the government wants you to think

The Chinese government is working to combine its 170+ million security cameras with artificial intelligence and facial recognition to create a vast surveillance state. But recent reports suggest the technology is not as ubiquitous or as useful as the government wants citizens to believe.
President Donald Trump

China is ramping up talk of a trade war, and it could come back to blow up in Trump’s face

China slammed President Donald Trump's decision to move forward with tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods and said the country was ready for a trade war. Analysts speculated that the sudden reversal by Trump could be a ploy to gain leverage in talks with China, but it could backfire.

China blasts Trump and escalates trade battle after he makes abrupt reversal on tariffs

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said it was "surprised" with the White House's announcement that tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods would go forward but also called the move "somewhat expected."

And here’s Trump’s conflict of interest with the Chinese government…

President-elect Donald Trump has a potential conflict with one of China's most crucial state-owned enterprises and the world's biggest lender.