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  1. google
    Google’s Internal Resistance Probably Won’t Keep It Out of ChinaA cadre of Google employees managed to stop Google’s work with the U.S. military. But Google seems much more ready to keep pushing on China.
  2. economy
    As Chinese Learn to Cope With Trump’s Trade War, Americans Are Still Set to LoseTrump’s belligerent, zero-sum trade policies will ultimately hurt American consumers and are already driving other countries to work around us.
  3. mia
    What’s Going on With Fan Bingbing, the Chinese Star Who Mysteriously Vanished?In the wake of a very public tax-evasion scandal, China’s highest-paid actress is nowhere to be found.
  4. movies
    Do You Know Where X-Men’s Fan Bingbing Is?Because, um, no one else seems to.
  5. China Declared Islam a Contagious Disease — and Quarantined 1 Million MuslimsThe Chinese government has decided that Uighur Muslims “are infected by an ideological illness” and must be cured at concentration camps.
  6. revenge hacking
    Should Companies Be Allowed to Revenge Hack?The idea of companies retaliating against hackers is gaining traction — but it could lead to an escalation of conflict or even global war.
  7. economy
    Despite Talks With China, Trump Is in No Rush to Call Off His Trade WarChina is eager to make a deal, but the administration wants to tighten the screws with more tariffs first.
  8. china
    Christopher Robin Won’t Screen in China, Where Winnie the Pooh Is an OutlawPooh gets political.
  9. Google Is Planning to Bring Its Search Engine to ChinaA custom app could breach the Great Firewall.
  10. Trump Plans Farm Bailout to Deal With Backlash to His Trade WarSince Trump’s trade war hasn’t been “easy,” and foreign retaliation is hitting farm states, he’s resorting to some democratic socialism.
  11. Trump Threatens to Slap Tariffs on Everything Imported From ChinaSo far the U.S. has tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese goods. Trump’s threatened to take that number up to $500 billion.
  12. After Trump’s New Tariff Threat, China Seeks Strategy for RetaliationAs Trump prepares tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese exports, Beijing seeks ways to hit back — without scaring off foreign investors.
  13. Trump’s Trade War Is a Big Problem for Republicans in Politically Pivotal IowaTrump and his people told Iowans not to worry about Chinese retaliation against Iowa soybean exports. Now they’re worrying for real.
  14. On Eve of Trade War, China Warns That Trump’s Tariffs Will BackfireChinese officials say that $20 billion of Trump’s tariffs will fall on foreign companies operating in China — including American firms.
  15. Dow Tumbles As Trump Escalates Trade War With ChinaThe president has now threatened to impose tariffs on $450 billion worth of Chinese goods — and China has promised to respond in kind.
  16. trade wars
    China Retaliates With New Tariffs as Trump’s Trade War EscalatesIf Trump retaliates further as promised, there could be no chance to avoid a large-scale trade war with widespread consequences.
  17. Trump Raises Taxes on Chinese Goods, Eyes Foreign Cars NextTrump slaps tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports, while preparing to declare foreign-made cars a “national security threat.”
  18. U.S. Cuts Deal With Sanctioned Chinese Tech Company ZTELess than two months after crippling ZTE for violating sanctions, the U.S. is rescuing the telecom giant.
  19. More U.S. Diplomats Evacuated After Possible ‘Sonic Attack’ in ChinaAmericans in Guangzhou have fallen ill with mysterious symptoms like those experienced by two dozen U.S. diplomats in Cuba.
  20. Trump Unites U.S. Allies — in Opposition to His Trade PoliciesSix of the G7 countries are furious at Trump and his tactics.
  21. Trump Moves Ahead With Trade Sanctions Against ChinaIn what seems to be a negotiating tactic, the White House announced it was proceeding with tariffs and other trade restrictions until further notice.
  22. Ivanka’s China Dealings Likely Just Regular Corruption, Not ZTE-RelatedHer business is a huge conflict of interest, but it seems like a coincidence that Beijing approved her trademarks as her dad saved Chinese jobs.
  23. U.S. State Department on Alert After Possible ‘Sonic Attack’ in ChinaThe incident, which left a State Department employee with a mild traumatic brain injury, recalls similar episodes in Cuba.
  24. the urbanist: beijing
    Go Deeper: What to Read, Watch, and Download Before Visiting BeijingOur list includes banned books, a pollution monitor, and a workaround for the Great Firewall of China.
  25. the urbanist: beijing
    Scuba Dive the Great Wall of China and Other Escapes From BeijingCreative getaways for history buffs, hard-core cyclists, and appreciators of outré museums.
  26. the urbanist: beijing
    To See Chinese Punks Lose Their Minds, Hit Up These Beijing LivehousesThe capital’s biggest musicheads on their favorite metal bars, grimy rock clubs, swanky jazz haunts, and more.
  27. the urbanist: beijing
    How to Explore Beijing’s Historical HutongsThe true essence of the city is found in its traditional lanes packed with single-story houses.
  28. Trump Benches Trade Adviser for Being ‘Erratic and Unprofessional’Trump’s economic adviser, longtime China critic Peter Navarro, has been sidelined for behaving “erratically and unprofessionally,” Bloomberg reports.
  29. the urbanist: beijing
    Say No to Beijing’s Superclubs and Yes to Its Underground NightlifeDJs from Lantern, Aurora, and Dada make the case for the city’s smaller, hipper venues.
  30. the urbanist: beijing
    Where to Eat Near Beijing’s Biggest Tourist AttractionsRoast duck and dan dan noodles near the Temple of Heaven, deep-fried carrot balls near the Forbidden City, and more.
  31. the urbanist: beijing
    The Fashion Insider’s Guide to Shopping in BeijingA bevy of boundary-nudging young designers have married the “Made in China” label with cutting-edge cool.
  32. the urbanist: beijing
    Craft Beer Is a Big Deal in Beijing Now — Here’s Where to Drink ItAccording to Debbie Ma, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor and member of the Beijing Homebrewing Society.
  33. the urbanist: beijing
    Where to See Art in Beijing (Beyond the 798 Art Zone)Our selects include under-the-radar hutong galleries and a mall dotted with Dalí sculptures.
  34. Why Trump Is Suddenly Worried About Saving Jobs in China: 6 TheoriesSaving ZTE, which violated U.S. sanctions, may be about helping U.S. companies, the midterms, Trump Organization profits — or maybe all of the above.
  35. the urbanist: beijing
    Survival of the Delicious: Exploring Beijing’s Backstreet EateriesAfter a citywide “cleanup” campaign, many restaurants in the capital’s oldest neighborhoods were forced to shutter. These guys are still kicking.
  36. the urbanist: beijing
    Where the Locals Would Stay in Beijing If They Weren’t LocalFrom quirky options hidden down winding lanes to minimalist art-adorned hotels, the capital has superb — and superbly varied — options.
  37. the urbanist: beijing
    Week 7: Beijing Is a City That Rewards Those Who Delve DeepThe contrasting glitz and grit of the Chinese capital can be a jolt to the system. But it’s a jolt to be embraced.
  38. business
    Trump Vows to Help Sanctioned Chinese Tech CompanyThe president says he will help the Chinese phonemaker ZTE, which is struggling after being banned from buying U.S. components.
  39. China Hits U.S. With Steep Tariff on Grain ImportsSouthern farmers aren’t going to love this.
  40. Trump’s ‘New’ Idea: Farm SubsidiesThe president was surprised to learn that farm-state lawmakers don’t want “welfare” for farmers. Did he know they already get subsidies?
  41. Trump Calls Chinese Tariffs on American Cars ‘Stupid’He’s not exactly turning down the temperature as a trade war looms.
  42. Trump Doubles Down on a Trade War He Can’t WinMore tariffs on China may sate the president’s ego, but won’t do anything to help Americans.
  43. Trump Cheers on Trade War With China As Stocks TumbleAfter Beijing threatened to slap tariffs on 106 U.S. exports Wednesday, markets panicked — and Trump reiterated his enthusiasm for trade war.
  44. trade wars
    American Farmers Are Horrified by Trump’s Tariffs“No winners emerge from a trade war and that’s particularly true when it involves food and nutrition.”
  45. China Announces Retaliatory Tariffs on American GoodsThis was inevitable.
  46. foreign policy
    With Kim Jong-un Meeting, China Tells the U.S. It Won’t Be IgnoredXi Jinping threw off summit calculations, and the U.S. must respond with patience and diplomatic skill. Too bad Trump’s team possesses the opposite.
  47. Kim Jong-un (Reportedly) Makes Surprise Visit to ChinaAs his historic summit with Trump approaches, the North Korean leader heads to China for the first time since taking power.
  48. Trump Hits China With $50 Billion in Tariffs“This is the first of many,” Trump said as he signed the order. “This is number one — but this is the first of many.”
  49. Trump Is Preparing More Than $30 Billion in Anti-China TariffsThe president is on the cusp of launching the most aggressive (and, arguably, illegal) trade action of his tenure.
  50. bad salad
    Trump Once ‘Ordered’ Rex Tillerson to Eat Caesar Salad in China“Rex, eat the salad.”
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