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It was a meal fit for a Tsar.

Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping made Russian pancakes with caviar, and the photos are incredible

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping cooked up some traditional Russian pancakes at an economic forum in the far eastern port of Vladivostok, Russia on Tuesday. The pair ate their blini topped with caviar, washed down with vodka shots. See the photos for yourself.
Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Barging into your home, threatening your family, or making you disappear: Here’s what China does to people who speak out against them

In the past few years alone, the Chinese Communist Party has attempted to muzzle critics by making them disappear without a trace, barging into their houses to stop them from talking to other people, and detaining their families. Take a look at their playbook.
A man from the Hui Muslim community stands in front of the Nanxiapo Mosque in Beijing, China.

China is tracking Muslims embarking on the annual Hajj pilgrimage in what experts say is likely part of widespread government surveillance

Chinese Muslims embarking on the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia are being outfitted with GPS trackers in what experts are warning is likely part of China's widespread surveillance program. 11,500 Chinese Muslims are slated for travel to Mecca this month.

Cracks may be starting to show in Xi Jinping’s absolute rule over China because of Trump’s trade war

The intensifying trade war between China and the US is causing a massive rift within China's Communist Party. Though President Xi Jinping has been clamping down on dissent, veteran party members have expressed discontentment about China's nationalist image and Xi's handling of the trade dispute.

The new Winnie the Pooh movie ‘Christopher Robin’ has apparently been banned in China – here’s why

It is unbearable to think that Chinese audiences won't be able to watch the movie.

‘Christopher Robin’ has been banned in China, and it’s reportedly because Winnie the Pooh memes have been used to criticize its lead...

Disney's new film "Christopher Robin" isn't getting a China release because Winnie the Pooh has become a symbol of resistance against the ruling political party and its removal of term limits, and memes of the fictional bear have been used to criticize the country's leader.
Sun Wenguang in his home in Jinan in August 2013.

A Chinese professor was ominously forced off-air after police broke into his home during an interview criticizing the government

Sun Wenguang, a prominent critic of the Chinese government, was forced off the air during a live phone interview with Voice of America's Chinese-language show earlier this week. He had been arguing that Xi Jinping should focus less on foreign expenditure, and more on alleviating poverty at home.
Members of a Chinese military band asleep at the opening plenary session of the Shanghai Municipal People's Congress in Shanghai

China’s commander-in-chief orders his military to stop running kindergartens and figure out how to fight

Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered an end to the People's Liberation Army's side businesses in a bid to eliminate corruption and focus on combat readiness to build a world-class military.
China's President Xi Jinping looks on during a signing meeting with Maldives President Abdulla Yameen at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China December 7, 2017.

Trump’s top economic adviser pins blame for the US-China trade war on Xi Jinping

Larry Kudlow, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, said Wednesday that the biggest impediment to a US-China trade deal was Chinese President Xi Jinping. Currently, the US and China are embroiled in a trade war over Trump's recent tariffs.
Dong Yaoqiong livestreaming herself defacing a poster of Xi Jinping in Shanghai, China, on July 4.

A Chinese woman who poured ink over a Xi Jinping poster has been missing for 2 weeks, and her father was reportedly detained

Dong Yaoqiong posted a video on July 4 of herself protesting Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party, pouring ink on a poster of the Chinese president's face in Shanghai. Her father and the artist Hua Yong were detained after demanding to know her whereabouts, Radio Free Asia reported.