Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's segment cut from 'Berlin, I Love You'
Producers of the film 'Berlin, I Love You' have cited Chinese influence as the reason they cut Ai Weiwei's segment. The artist told DW that the Berlin International Film Festival suggested his section be removed.
Australia questions China over missing dissident author
Former Chinese diplomat Yang Hengjun, an outspoken critic of China's Communist Party, is feared missing. The author, who is now an Australian citizen, has not been seen since he entered China five days ago.
Egypt's talks on a $20B new capital project fell through
Talks between Egypt and a Chinese builder for a $20 billion project have fallen through.
China arrests two Canadians on national security charges
Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig were seized by Chinese state security forces for "endangering national security." The move sees Canada being pulled into the tug of war between the US and China.
Gene-editing scientist claims 'another potential pregnancy'
A Chinese scientist who claims to have genetically engineered twins has said there could be more coming soon. Fellow scientists have decried the practice of gene-editing humans, saying it is "truly unacceptable."
Pressure on Germany as UK telecoms company shuns Huawei
German officials were reportedly pushing earlier this year for their government to follow other countries' lead and slap a ban on Chinese IT firm Huawei. But Berlin doesn't seem inclined to bow to US pressure.
Google workers call for end to China search project
A group of Google employees has signed a public letter calling on the company to abandon its plans for a Chinese search product that censors results.
Key takeaways from Xi Jinping's speech in Shanghai
Euben Paracuelles, chief Asian strategist at Nomura, discusses Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech in Shanghai and what he took away from the keynote.