For years, a Chinese company backed by American pension fund money and built by KKR, one of world's premier private equity firms, publicly touted its ties to China's surveillance apparatus. A new investigation by Katrina Northrop into Cue Group, one of KKR's 16 portfolio companies...
After securing contracts with the U.S. government, the Tianjin-based company's shares have surged 980 percent on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
With significant business interests in China, NBC is facing tough choices about how to cover the Olympic host country.
With traditional information gathering inside China nearly impossible these days, many researchers are using creative methods to mine the Chinese internet — and they're finding diamonds. From what's happening in Xinjiang to the PLA's use of AI to China's new nuclear capabilities, these researchers are...
With a mRNA vaccine finally in trials, will China change its Covid approach?
The WTA's decision to pull out of China could have implications well beyond the sporting world.
When Joe Biden entered office, many China watchers expected great things: the foreign policy veteran had a deep history with Xi Jinping, and he fielded an all-star team of advisors with a very clear view of China. But, almost a full year later, criticism of...
The extensive China connections in Donald Trump’s latest deal do not break any laws, but they are surprising.
Law firms are trying harder than ever to understand the opaque interagency's rulings.
Without understanding the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), it is impossible to understand modern day Xinjiang. Understanding the XPCC, however, is no small feat.
So far, nobody is even sure whether Xi Jinping will show up.
The guanxi game has defined China's modern business culture — and no one played it better than Xu Jiayin, the CEO of Evergrande. Now, however, the game seems to have changed on him.