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探馆数字中国建设峰会:数字赋能两岸融合

  中新社福州5月25日电 题:探馆数字中国建设峰会:数字赋能两岸融合

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山西原省属重点煤企多名高管落马

  中新社太原5月25日电 (记者 杨杰英)25日晚,山西纪委监委官网发布消息称,山西焦煤集团有限责任公司原党委书记、董事长武华太被查。

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日月谭天丨解放军剑指“台独” 岛内舆论三问赖清德

  “5·20”后,解放军东部战区“联合利剑—2024A”演习持续塑造“围岛”“锁岛”“全向进逼”态势,剑指“台独”。谭主注意到,军演引发岛内社会震动。

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推动中医文化深入民心 中国援马耳他医疗队为当地老年人义诊

  来自地中海地区中医中心的第19期中国援马耳他医疗队24日在马耳他比尔古市政厅为当地老年人提供义诊服务,并向他们赠送医药品。

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中外高校学者共探全球视野下高等教育发展之路

  中新社青岛5月25日电 (胡耀杰 王宇轩)“全球化视野下高等教育管理与发展研讨会”25日在山东大学青岛校区举行。来自新加坡南洋理工大学、山东大学、电子科技大学、上海外国语大学等多所中外知名高校的相关负责人、专家学者与会,共同探讨在全球化背景下高等教育的发展趋势与创新探索。

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山东潍坊“牵手”工信部直属高校 推动产学研深度合作

  中新网潍坊5月25日电 (王采怡)工信部直属高校走进潍坊暨2024中国·潍坊高端人才技术成果交流会25日在山东潍坊举行。潍坊市与北京航空航天大学、哈尔滨工业大学、南京航空航天大学等7所中国工信部直属高校开展产学研合作,加大高端人才项目对接引进、落地转化力度,赋能新型工业化发展,加快培育新质生产力,助力潍坊城市建设。

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中新教育 | 学者:职业教育要对接科技发展趋势、创新驱动

  中新网上海5月25日电 (记者 陈静)“职业教育奔赴科学教育的过程需要专业、能力和课程匹配,新兴战略产业岗位人才需要具备科学家精神与科学思维,综合解决问题和AI应用能力。”上海市教育科学研究院科研与信息管理处处长李伟涛25日接受采访时表示。

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甲辰年海峡两岸湖南炎帝陵共祭始祖

  中新社株洲5月25日电 (付敬懿 易一军)甲辰年海峡两岸恭祝炎帝千秋圣诞大典25日在湖南炎陵县炎帝陵举行,海峡两岸各界代表近300人共祭中华民族始祖炎帝神农氏,表达敬祖情思和对炎帝精神的景仰之情。

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中新教育 | 全国大中学生心理健康日主题活动在京举行

  中新网北京5月25日电 (国璇)5月25日是全国大中学生心理健康日,由教育部、国家卫生健康委、共青团中央、中央广播电视总台联合举办的全国大中学生心理健康日主题活动在北京举行。

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2024辽宁省高品质文体旅融合发展大会举行 促文体旅融合加速发展

2024辽宁省高品质文体旅融合发展大会产业招商推介活动举行。组委会供图   中新网大连5月25日电 (记者 杨毅)5月24日-25日,2024辽宁省高品质文体旅融合发展大会在大连举办,千余名文化、体育、旅游产业从业者代表齐聚大会,探讨文体旅深入融合路径,挖掘合作商机,共促文体旅融合加速发展。

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说“闻”解字·海|读懂总书记看“海”的关切

  金文“海”字,左边为水,右边为每。海,形声字,《说文》解释说:“天池也,以纳百川者。”

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时政新闻眼丨定好位、挑大梁,习近平要求山东做好哪些文章?

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中国初步建成大规模藏语数据资源库

  中新社西宁5月25日电 (记者 孙睿)记者25日从青海师范大学省部共建藏语智能信息处理及应用国家重点实验室获悉,该实验室已初步建成600TF算力的智算平台和面向多领域多用途的大规模藏语数据资源库。

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学习卡丨进一步全面深化改革,总书记提出方法论

  23日,习近平在山东济南主持召开企业和专家座谈会并发表重要讲话。他强调,进一步全面深化改革,要紧扣推进中国式现代化这个主题,突出改革重点,把牢价值取向,讲求方式方法,为完成中心任务、实现战略目标增添动力。

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繁荣文艺创作分论坛在深圳举行 与会者建言献策

  中新网深圳5月25日电 (记者 许青青) 2024文化强国建设高峰论坛“繁荣文艺创作”分论坛24日在深圳举行,论坛议题涵盖“文学”“舞台艺术”“电视剧”和“网络文艺”等4个单元,来自全国文学、舞台艺术、电视剧及网络文艺等领域的专家、创作者们,就如何繁荣文艺创作进行了广泛交流,为推动文艺繁荣建言献策。

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30多件红色档案在上海市档案馆首次公开展出

展览现场。中新网记者张亨伟摄   中新网上海5月25日电(记者 王笈 张亨伟)“光荣之城人民城市——庆祝上海解放75周年红色档案文献展”24日在上海市档案馆开幕。其中,有30多件红色档案为首次公开展出。

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Beijing accuses UK of making false allegations against Chinese citizens

Foreign ministry’s claim follows death of ex-Royal Marine charged with spying in Britain for Hong Kong

China has accused the UK of false accusations, “wanton stigmatisation” and arbitrary arrests after the unexplained death of a man charged with illegally assisting Hong Kong’s foreign intelligence service.

China’s foreign ministry office in Hong Kong said in a statement on its website on Saturday that it strongly condemned Britain for what it said were false accusations against Chinese citizens, infringing their lawful rights.

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微视频|港兴通天下

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习语|干部好不好,老百姓说了算

  “金杯银杯不如老百姓的口碑。”2015年5月25日,习近平总书记在浙江舟山考察调研,和当地群众促膝长谈的这一幕,令人难忘。

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中国东北唯一国家革命文物协同研究中心长春揭牌

  中新网长春5月25日电 (记者 郭佳)吉林大学·吉林省博物院(东北抗日联军纪念馆)国家革命文物协同研究中心25日在吉林长春揭牌。这是中国东北三省一区唯一的国家革命文物协同研究中心。

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“年轻一代民营企业家鲁渝行”活动在渝启动

  中新网重庆5月25日电 (记者 刘相琳)“年轻一代民营企业家鲁渝行”活动25日在重庆启动。活动期间,两地年轻一代民营企业家将调研重庆多家民营企业,并参观红岩革命纪念馆,共同助力鲁渝民营经济高质量发展。

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助推科技成果转化 全国科技周广西活动启动

  中新网南宁5月25日电(陈冠言)5月25日,2024年全国科技活动周广西活动在南宁国际会展中心举行,现场集中展示广西14个设区市的84家科技企业、高校院所的120项科技创新成果,以及相关科普工作联席会议成员单位带来的80项科普创新成果。

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山西焦煤集团有限责任公司原党委书记、董事长武华太接受审查调查

  中新网5月25日电 据中央纪委国家监委网站,据山西省纪委监委消息:山西焦煤集团有限责任公司原党委书记、董事长武华太涉嫌严重违纪违法,目前正接受山西省纪委监委纪律审查和监察调查。

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重庆将聚焦5个方面加快打造内陆开放国际合作引领区

  中新网重庆5月25日电 (记者 刘相琳)记者25日从中共重庆市委六届五次全会精神解读新闻发布会上获悉,重庆将聚焦通道、平台、经济、环境、制度等5个方面,加快打造内陆开放国际合作引领区,支撑带动西部地区更好走向世界,为国家全方位高水平对外开放作出重庆贡献。

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时政微观察丨调研开局,总书记为进一步全面深化改革划重点

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中越边境河口口岸今年出入境人员破200万人次

  【东盟专线】中越边境河口口岸今年出入境人员破200万人次

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加强全媒体传播体系建设分论坛探讨壮大主流舆论新方法

  中新网深圳5月25日电 (记者 索有为) 2024文化强国建设高峰论坛“加强全媒体传播体系建设”分论坛24日在深圳举行,论坛以“智启全媒时代,共谋融合发展”为主题,以数字化信息化时代的媒体变革为背景,通过分析当前面临的机遇与挑战,探讨建设全媒体传播体系和巩固壮大主流思想舆论的新方法、新路径。

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Last major Arabic-style mosque in China loses its domes

Exclusive: Experts say changes to Grand Mosque of Shadian mark completion of five-year sinification campaign

The last major mosque in China to have retained Arabic-style features has lost its domes and had its minarets radically modified, marking what experts say is the completion of a government campaign to sinicise the country’s Muslim places of worship.

The Grand Mosque of Shadian, one of China’s biggest and grandest mosques, towers over the small town from which it takes its name in south-western Yunnan province.

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台湾人才厦门对接会启幕 助力台青大陆追梦

  中新社厦门5月25日电 (杨伏山 王温妮)作为第十六届海峡论坛重要配套活动之一,第十九届台湾人才厦门对接会25日在厦门举办。

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藏文信息处理“班智达”系列应用软件发布

  中新社西宁5月25日电 (记者 孙睿)5月25日,中国唯一的藏语信息处理领域的国家重点实验室“班智达”系列应用产品发布会在青海西宁举行,该实验室研发的班智达翻译、班智达词典、班智达识别、班智达图译、班智达文献、班智达藏医6款应用软件集中发布。

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浙江绍兴新增三对友城关系 国际友城达到57个

  中新网绍兴5月25日电(项菁)中国绍兴第五届国际友城大会23日至25日在浙江绍兴举行。其间,绍兴与保加利亚加布罗沃市、菲律宾马尼拉市、哥伦比亚伊皮亚莱斯市正式缔结友城关系。至此,绍兴国际友城达到57个。

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中新教育丨“京津冀生物医药现代产业学院联盟”在天津成立

  中新网天津5月25日电 (记者 王君妍)24日,京津冀教育协同发展工作会议在天津召开。会上,天津科技大学、北京石油化工学院和石家庄学院及共建企业签署了《京津冀生物医药现代产业学院联盟协议》,共同推动区域内生物医药领域教育与产业深度融合,助力现代工业产业体系的高质量发展。

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Taiwan in political turmoil as China steps up military intimidation

Opposition seeks to curb new president’s administration while Beijing sends fighters, bombers and navy to patrol around island

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Pentagon chief seeks to woo Cambodia from China with Phnom Penh visit

Meeting with Prime Minister Hun Manet comes as Washington hopes US-educated leader will distance country from Beijing

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British-Chinese bitcoin money launderer jailed for over 6 years

UK case centres on one of the biggest bitcoin hauls by a law enforcement agency in the world

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‘Our parents did all the hard work. We don’t have to’: China’s seaside haven for the ‘lying flat’ generation

With its magnificently tranquil art gallery, its ‘lonely library’ and its pointy white chapel, Aranya is a blissful oasis for burnt-out urbanites – and architecture firms are now clambering to build there

Every summer, since the days of Mao Zedong, the leaders of China’s Communist party have decamped to the coastal resort of Beidaihe to debate the country’s future from the comfort of luxurious seaside villas hidden behind high walls. Four hours’ drive from the distractions of Beijing, it has been a perfect place to escape the capital’s stifling heat, take in the sea air, and conduct secretive conclaves in heavily guarded compounds, in between refreshing dips.

But in recent years, the region has been attracting visitors of a very different kind. On a chilly morning, just a little way south along the coast, the windswept beach is teaming with style-conscious twentysomethings. Crowds of young tourists, wrapped in thick down coats, queue up to take photos in sub-zero temperatures – not next to statues of Mao, but in front of striking works of contemporary architecture.

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Tesla boss Elon Musk criticises US tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles

Billionaire makes U-turn over levies, telling Paris tech conference they distort the market and inhibit trade

Elon Musk has criticised US government tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, describing the levies as “not good” and a distortion of the car market.

The Tesla chief executive had previously supported trade barriers but he performed a U-turn on Thursday during a video appearance at a Paris tech conference.

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Taiwan deploys jets to monitor Chinese drills around island – video

Taiwan scrambled fighter jets as China held a second day of military drills targeting the island, this time testing its military’s ability to 'seize power'. Beijing has said the drills are punishment for 'separatist acts' after the inauguration of Taiwan’s new president on Monday. Taiwan has put its forces on alert and moved anti-ship missile systems to coastal areas

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China testing ability to ‘seize power’ in second day of military drills around Taiwan

PLA says exercises launched in response to president’s inauguration will test capacity to ‘launch joint attacks and occupy key areas’

China has conducted mock missile strikes against Taiwan on a second day of military drills, which it said was testing its ability to “seize power”, and inflict punishment for “separatist acts” after the inauguration of the island’s new president.

The exercises, which involved Chinese military units from the air force, rocket force, navy, army and coastguard, were announced suddenly on Thursday morning. Maps showed five approximate target areas in the sea surrounding Taiwan’s main island and other areas near Taiwan’s offshore islands, which are close to the Chinese mainland.

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‘Funny and kind of sad’: how Clarkson’s Farm has captured Chinese viewers

Jeremy Clarkson’s reality TV show has particular appeal for young people with no experience of farming

To one Chinese reviewer, Jeremy Clarkson is “a stupid old British man with too much money who farmed for a year without harvesting anything”. To another, he is “the British version of Li Ziqi”, a 33-year-old woman who is one of China’s biggest internet celebrities thanks to videos of herself farming and cooking in the idyllic Sichuanese countryside.

Clarkson’s Farm, the former Top Gear presenter’s beguilingly popular reality television show about his pivot from petrolhead to farmer, has been hugely successful on his home turf, becoming the most watched show on Amazon Prime in the UK. It is also a hit in China.

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Alibaba raises $5bn for share buybacks as it warns of AI challenges

Chair and chief vow to balance repurchases with investments to keep up with new developments in artificial intelligence

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China’s PC makers are experiencing an AI revival

Lenovo and Huawei stand to be the biggest beneficiaries of new demand in the country

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Daniel Duggan loses fight against extradition to US over allegedly training Chinese pilots, magistrate rules

Australian former US marine pilot faces potential prison sentence of up to 60 years on charges of arms trafficking and money laundering

Daniel Duggan, an Australian citizen and former US marine pilot wanted in the United States over allegations he trained Chinese fighter pilots, is eligible to be extradited, a Sydney magistrate has ruled.

Duggan appeared in court for the first time since his arrest 19 months ago, dressed in a grey suit jacket, white shirt and blue tie. From behind the security glass of the dock he blew kisses to his family and supporters, and made a love-heart symbol towards his wife, Saffrine, mouthing the words “I love you”.

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What do China's drills around Taiwan tell us?

The Chinese military says the exercises aimed to "test its ability to seize power" on the island.

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Nio chief says EU probe of Chinese electric cars does not ‘make sense’

William Li says group will continue to push ahead with plans to expand in Europe

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US challenges British claim China is sending ‘lethal aid’ to Russia

UK defence secretary, Grant Shapps, made claim as Russia begins fresh offensive in north-east of Ukraine with strikes on Kharkiv

Joe Biden’s administration has challenged a claim by the British defence secretary, Grant Shapps, that China is sending “lethal aid” to Russia for use in its war in Ukraine.

Speaking on Wednesday, Shapps cited “new intelligence” that suggested Beijing was giving Moscow deadly “combat equipment” for the first time. On Thursday, the Ministry of Defence in London said it would not give further details.

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How significant are China’s military drills around Taiwan?

China has launched two days of exercises after island swore in new president. How do they compare with previous ones?

China has launched two days of military drills around Taiwan after the island swore in its new president, Lai Ching-te.

Lai takes over from Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan’s president since 2016. Both are from the Democratic Progressive party (DPP), a pro-sovereignty political party detested by the Chinese government, which views the group as separatists. China claims Taiwan as part of its territory and has vowed to take control of it, with force if necessary.

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Prudential chair admits ‘frustrating and disappointing’ share performance

Shriti Vadera tells sparsely attended Hong Kong annual meeting the insurance group is still battling difficulties

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China launches ‘punishment’ drills around Taiwan after inauguration of new president

Taiwan’s military says its forces are on alert as China carries out mock strikes with jets carrying live missiles

Dozens of Chinese fighter jets carrying live missiles have carried out mock strikes against Taiwanese targets, China’s military has said, on the first day of surprise military drills announced as “punishment” after Taiwan inaugurated its new president.

On Thursday morning the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) announced the immediate beginning of two days of drills, codenamed Joint Sword-2024A, surrounding Taiwan and its islands near the Chinese border.

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China launches drills around Taiwan after inauguration of new president – video

China has launched two days of military drills surrounding Taiwan as 'punishment' for what it called the 'separatist acts' of holding an election and inaugurating a new president.

The Taiwan president, Lai Ching-te, said he would continue to defend the values of freedom and democracy in the face of 'external challenges and threats'.

Beijing claims Taiwan is a province of China, and has vowed to annex it, by force if necessary. Taiwan’s government and people overwhelmingly reject the prospect of Chinese Communist party rule, and Taiwan’s leaders have vowed to increase deterrence measures and boost defences, while urging China to cease its threats and return to dialogue

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Jamie Dimon admits to ‘tough’ going for JPMorgan in China

Investment banking business has ‘fallen off a cliff’, chief executive tells bank’s flagship Shanghai conference

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Segantii to return capital amid Hong Kong insider dealing probe

Hedge fund tells investors firm will ‘return their capital in an orderly manner’

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America must face reality and prioritise China over Europe

This does not mean abandoning US allies on the continent but is based on a sober assessment of military capabilities

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China holds military drills around Taiwan as 'strong punishment'

The military manoeuvres come three days after William Lai was sworn in as Taiwan's president.

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China kicks off ‘punishment’ drills around Taiwan

Move marks Beijing’s first military reaction to inauguration of Taiwan’s president

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China asks carmakers to use up to 25% local chips by 2025

Policy push aims to purge foreign automotive semiconductors in coming years

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US questions UK claims that China is providing ‘lethal aid’ to Russia

Jake Sullivan says he ‘had not seen’ intelligence showing collaboration ‘on combat equipment’

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The Guardian view on free trade: an idea whose time has gone | Editorial

Joe Biden and Donald Trump agree on tariffs against China. The world has lost its biggest cheerleader for globalisation

The biggest shift in American politics has nothing to do with Stormy Daniels or Michael Cohen, Fox News or golf courses. Indeed, its author is not Donald J Trump. Yet the implications stretch far beyond this year’s presidential elections, and affect countries across the world. The era of free trade is dying, and the man bringing down the guillotine represents the party that in the past three decades has been evangelically pro-globalisation: the Democrats.

Last week, Joe Biden imposed tariffs on a range of Chinese-made goods. Electric cars produced in China will now be hit with import tax of 100%, chips and solar cells 50% and lithium-ion batteries 25%. These and other tariffs on goods worth an estimated $18bn a year amount to a rounding error in the giant US economy. And in an election year, Mr Biden, who hails from Scranton, Pennsylvania, is fretting about support not only in his home state but across the country’s industrial heartland, gutted by decades of free trade.

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UK not heeding warning over China threat, says ex-cybersecurity chief

Ciaran Martin says US warning that China is targeting key infrastructure should be taken more seriously

The UK is not paying enough attention to a “gamechanging” shift in China’s cyber-espionage tactics towards infiltrating critical infrastructure including energy and communications networks, a former head of Britain’s cybersecurity agency has warned.

Ciaran Martin, the ex-chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre, said a warning from the US this year that Chinese state-backed hackers were targeting key sectors was a pivotal moment in Beijing’s approach to cyberwarfare.

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Chinese blogger who filmed Wuhan lockdown is free

Zhang Zhan spent four years in jail after providing critical coverage of the response to Covid-19.

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Chinese sovereign bond trading suspended after frantic retail buying

Small investors hunting for haven assets take advantage of easier access to special 30-year debt

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China’s latest answer to OpenAI is ‘Chat Xi PT’

Internet regulator uses Chinese leader’s political philosophy to help answer questions posed to latest large language model

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China warns of reprisals against Taiwan after president’s inauguration speech

Lai Ching-te’s inauguration speech has been panned by China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, which labelled the new president a “dangerous separatist”.

Beijing has warned of undefined reprisals against Taiwan after the inauguration speech of new president Lai Ching-te in which he maintained his government’s position on sovereignty, and did not concede to Beijing’s claim that Taiwan is a province of China.

In a statement late Tuesday, China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) called Lai’s speech “a downright confession of Taiwan independence”, and again labeled Lai a “dangerous separatist”.

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PwC faces crisis in China over audit of failed property giant Evergrande

Role in approving accounts has led to infighting at Big Four firm as clients reconsider relationship

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China has finally unveiled its property rescue plan. Will it be enough?

Beijing unlocks funding to buy up unsold housing but much more is needed to right stricken sector, analysts say

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China has a point about Taiwan’s new leader

Lai Ching-te’s language on sovereignty has already strayed from the path taken by his more cautious predecessor

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Former UK soldier charged with spying for Hong Kong found dead

Matthew Trickett was accused of assisting intelligence services in the Chinese territory

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EU trade deficit with China shrinks to lowest level since 2021

Weak domestic demand and US tariffs on China provide boost to Europe’s transatlantic exports

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UK infected blood scandal: what happened in other countries?

Victims in Britain have finally gained a measure of justice – elsewhere the fight has had varying outcomes

On Monday, infected blood victims in the UK finally felt they had obtained a measure of justice and closure, nearly 50 years after the scandal began. Yet questions remain over the compensation scheme and whether criminal charges will be brought. Here is what happened in some other countries.

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AstraZeneca to build Chinese supply chain as US-Sino tensions increase

Anglo-Swedish drugmaker targets $80bn in revenue by 2030

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Janet Yellen urges EU to join US in curbs on cheap Chinese exports

Comments come as Commission president hints EU could impose tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles

Janet Yellen, the US treasury secretary, has urged the EU to intervene urgently to dampen the growing export levels of Chinese cut-price green technology including solar panels and wind turbines, pushing European leaders to move to a full-scale trade war.

At the same time she urged German bank executives on Tuesday to step up efforts to comply with sanctions against Russia and shut down efforts to circumvent them to avoid potential penalties themselves that could see the US cut them off from dollar access.

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Yellen urges Europe to join US in Chinese exports crackdown

Treasury secretary rejects Brussels claims of protectionist lurch by Washington

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Why von der Leyen doesn’t want to join the US in a trade war with China

Also in this newsletter: is Austria’s top green politician a compulsive liar?

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This gold rally is made in China

The average daily trading volume on the Shanghai Gold Exchange almost doubled in April

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Why China is reluctant to make a much-needed shift

Beijing is stubbornly refusing to genuinely empower consumers, preferring to focus on industrial support

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UK cannot afford to give ‘cold shoulder’ to China, says City minister

Bim Afolami’s comments distance British government from protectionist moves by US

The UK cannot afford to give the “cold shoulder” to China, the City minister said on Monday, in comments that will distance the British government from the Biden administration’s protectionist crackdown.

Addressing financial services bosses at the City Week conference in London’s Guildhall, Bim Afolami said it was “crucial” to engage with strategic competitors such as Beijing, and that the UK risked losing control of its economic future if it failed to find common ground.

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Knife attack in China primary school leaves two dead

Police say the female suspect allegedly used a fruit knife in the attack which left 10 others hurt.

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Taiwan’s new president takes office and calls on China to cease hostile actions

Lai Ching-te uses inauguration speech to push for peace in the region and says future of Taiwan important to future of the world

Lai Ching-te has been sworn in as Taiwan’s new president, urging China to “cease their political and military intimidation against Taiwan” and to keep the world free from the fear of more war.

Lai was inaugurated on Monday morning at the Japanese colonial-era presidential office in central Taipei, taking over from Tsai Ing-wen, whose eight years in power saw a deterioration in relations with Beijing.

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Taiwan's new president calls on China to stop making threats – video

In his first address since being inaugurated as president, Lai Ching-te said peace was the 'only option' and called on China to stop making political and military threats towards Taiwan.

Lai said the new government would make no concessions on democracy and freedom and called for cooperation between China and Taiwan, starting with tourism and student links. He continued: 'Let us together pursue peace and mutual prosperity'

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'Stop threatening us', Taiwan's new president tells China

He urged Beijing to replace confrontation with dialogue, shortly after being sworn in on Monday.

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China hits back at US and EU as trade rows deepen

Last week, Washington announce new tariffs on Chinese imports including electric cars and solar panels.

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Putin and Xi no longer have a partnership of equals

Vladimir Putin’s visit to China was a show of strength, but in reality he needs Beijing's support for his war in Ukraine.

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What is Xi Jinping prepared to pay for Putin’s war?

China is a vital ally, but Mr Xi is facing increasing pressure to distance himself from his "dear friend".

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China’s spy threat is growing, but the West has struggled to keep up

For years, Western spy agencies have talked of a need to focus on China, but senior officials say the threat has not been taken seriously enough.

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How AI turned a Ukrainian YouTuber into a Russian

A YouTuber falls victim to generative AI on Chinese social media, but the ramifications stretch beyond China.

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The escaped dissident still pursued decades on by China

Yan Xiong escaped from China in 1992, but he and other dissidents are still being targeted by Beijing.

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Chinese women are teaming up with strangers to save money

They are finding new ways to cut back on household spending as China’s economy loses steam.

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New shipping route between Tianjin and East Coast of U.S. opens

An aerial drone photo taken on May 15, 2024 shows the container ship COSCO Shipping Camellia berthed at the Pacific International Container Terminal of Tianjin Port in north China's Tianjin. A container ship departed from north China's Tianjin Port on Wednesday, marking the opening of a new shipping route between Tianjin and the East Coast of the United States.

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