Xi Jinping’s decade reshapes China’s military and the region

SYDNEY: During the decade of Xi Jinping’s rule, China built the world’s largest navy, revamped the world’s largest standing army, and amassed a nuclear and ballistic arsenal to annoy any enemy. Now that China’s neighbors are racing to keep up, Xi’s next five-year term is likely to see an accelerating Asia-Pacific arms race. From South … Read more

China since the founding of the Communist Party

BEIJING: These are the key dates in China since the founding of the Communist Party (CCP), which has become one of the most powerful political organizations in the world: In the summer of 1921, Mao Zedong and a handful of Marxist-Leninist thinkers in Shanghai covertly establish the party and begin to establish trade unions in … Read more

China’s carbon-neutral climate goals could spawn new global players

China aims to reach maximum carbon emissions by 2030. A wind farm is pictured here in Chongqing, southwest China, on June 28, 2022. Future publications | Future publications | fake images BEIJING: China says it wants to be carbon neutral by 2060, and those stated ambitions are spawning companies that could one day become world … Read more

Gerry Harvey policy, saying independents are a “disaster waiting to happen”

There are some chuckles from Australian billionaire Gerry Harvey when he suggests that China’s one-party dictatorship is a model Australia should aspire to if it wants to get things done. But there is more than a hint of sincerity. Harvey, who turned 83 last week, says the “best” political system for “doing something” is the … Read more

China’s Xi makes his first public appearance after ‘coup’ rumors | Xi Jinping News

Rumors of ‘house arrest’ dissipated as President Xi Jinping attends an exhibition in Beijing ahead of the ruling Communist Party summit. Chinese President Xi Jinping visited an exhibition in Beijing on Tuesday, according to state television, in his first public appearance since returning to China from an official trip to Central Asia in mid-September, dispelling … Read more

China’s Xi Jinping makes his first public appearance since his trip to Central Asia

Chinese President Xi Jinping visited an exhibition in Beijing today. (Proceedings) Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping visited an exhibition in Beijing on Tuesday, according to state television, in his first public appearance since returning to China from an official trip to Central Asia in mid-September. Xi is widely expected to secure an unprecedented third term … Read more

Prominent Chinese commentator urges Covid experts to ‘speak up’

BEIJING: Prominent Chinese Commentator huxijin He said on Sunday that as China ponders its Covid-19 policies, epidemic experts must speak up and China must conduct a thorough investigation and make the studies transparent to the public. Hu’s unusual call on Chinese social media for candor and transparency earned him 34,000 likes on the popular Twitter-like … Read more

Internet Rumors About Xi Jinping Eliminated In Coup, No Official News From Beijing

NEW DELHI: The internet, especially social media, was awash on Saturday with speculation that Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has ruled his country with absolute authority, had been deposed in a coup that began to unfold while he was in Samarkand attending the SCO Summit. from September 14. However, there were no corroborating reports from … Read more

Internet uproar with rumors of Xi Jinping house arrest and coup in China

Xi Jinping recently attended the SCO Summit in Uzbekistan. (Proceedings) New Delhi: The internet is abuzz with speculation about China’s President Xi Jinping being placed under house arrest. According to various social media posts, Xi Jinping has been removed as head of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and has been placed under house arrest. Neither … Read more

China on Taiwan: ‘External interference’ will not be tolerated

UNITED NATIONS — China on Saturday underlined its commitment to its claim to Taiwan, telling assembled world leaders that anyone who stood in the way of its determination to reunify with the autonomous island would be “crushed by the wheels of history.” The language was forceful but, for the Chinese leadership, within the realm of … Read more