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.
Taiwan rejects China's 'reunification' proposal
Chinese President Xi says he will "leave no room" for separatist activities, and that Beijing "reserves the option of taking all necessary means," including the use of force, for the Taiwan "reunification."
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.
Huawei CFO back in Canada court as bail hearing set to wrap
A top executive at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies is set to return to a Vancouver courtroom on Tuesday, as the judge weighs final issues in determining whether she should be freed on bail while awaiting extradition proceedings.
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.
Sugar high in U.S. will start to wear off, says HSBC's Neumann
Fred Neumann, co-head of Asian economics and managing director at HSBC, discusses the U.S. economy, the Chinese yuan and his outlook for the Chinese economy.
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.
Sierra Leone cancels Chinese deal
Sierra Leone has canceled a $400m Chinese-funded project that would have seen a new airport outside the capital Freetown. The cancellation is coming at a time many finance experts are querying some African nations for accepting huge loans from China.