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Women hold up half the sky: how China eradicated extreme poverty

Artist and researcher Tings Chak writes for Capire on grassroots organizing and policies to fight poverty in China.

After 3 years of house arrest in Canada, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returns to China

Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, was held under house arrest in Canada over allegations of the tech giant flouting US-imposed sanctions on Iran. China continues to insist that her arrest and prosecution was political

The first coins were minted in China, suggests new research

Researchers claimed that they have discovered miniature shovel-shaped coins made up of bronze which were mass-produced in China around 2,600 years ago

“China’s successful battle against poverty is a part of its process of socialist construction”

A recent study published by the Tricontinental: Institute of Social Research provides a detailed understanding of methods and motivations behind the Chinese initiative, which has lifted more than 850 million people out of absolute poverty since 1949

As the US withdraws from Afghanistan, China forges ties with the Taliban

With no end in sight to the internal conflict in Afghanistan, China has been meeting with regional players to build a strategy which seeks to guarantee peace and stability for all

Communist Party of China celebrates 100 years

President Xi Jinping addressed the nation at Beijing’s Tiananmen square and stated the party has achieved its first centenary goal of making China a moderately prosperous society.

China celebrates centenary of the Communist Party 

The celebrations which have been ongoing since last year highlight CPC’s achievements which led China out of feudalism, colonial occupation, poverty and numerous wars to become the world’s second largest economy and a technological superpower

China pulls itself out of poverty 100 years into its Revolution

As China celebrates the major milestone of 100 years of the Communist Party of China, it also marks the achievement of the complete eradication of absolute poverty

China’s vaccine project offers new prospects of global collaboration

Vaccines by the Chinese firms Sinopharm and Sinovac are being administered across the world on terms far more favorable than those of US and UK-based pharma giants

US civil society stands up against anti-China bill as Senate moves closer to passing it

A bipartisan vote closed debate on the omnibus US Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), which many argue includes provisions that could escalate trade disputes between the US and China and could further rising anti-Asian racism 

The US is trying to light the match of Islamic extremism in China’s Xinjiang

The information war now conducted by the US against China centers on Xinjiang. Once again, the US uses longstanding problems—such as the rise of extremism in Central Asia (fueled to some extent by the US since the 1980s)—to create problems for its adversaries

Why Xinjiang is emerging as the epicenter of the US Cold War on China

The US government’s information warfare against China has produced the “fact” that there is genocide in Xinjiang. Once this has been established, it helps develop diplomatic and economic warfare

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