Evergrande restructuring is a warning to China’s other creditors
Trading in Evergrande’s Hong Kong-listed shares and both other listed units have been suspended for about a year, after they failed to file financial reports on time.
FBI arrests exiled Chinese social media mogul in alleged $1B fraud scheme used to fund luxurious NYC lifestyle
The FBI arrested exiled Chinese businessman Ho Wan Kwok, also known as "Miles Guo," in an alleged $1 billion fraud scheme used to fund his luxurious lifestyle in the New York City area.
Listening to Hong Kong: China surveillance like law forces real-identity registration for all cell phone use
All SIM cards in the Hong Kong have to be real-name registered. Phone numbers not linked to a person's identity will be deactivated. This is the latest attempt by the Chinese mainland to tighten its control over the citizens of Hong Kong.
Binance moved $346M for seized crypto exchange Bitzlato, data shows
Binance, the world's largest crypto exchange, was among Bitzlato's top three counterparties by the amount of bitcoin received between May 2018 and September 2022, the FinCEN said.
Chinese real estate mogul extradited to US on bribery charges over San Francisco project
Guangzhou R&F Properties co-founder Zhang Li has been arrested in London for the purpose of extradition so he may face trial for bribery charges in the U.S.
GOP lawmakers call out Disney for scrubbing 'Simpsons' episode in Hong Kong
Republicans are accusing Disney of bending to the Chinese Communist Party after the company allegedly pulled a "Simpsons" episode in Hong Kong that referenced the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.
Billionaire Alibaba founder Jack Ma reappears in Hong Kong: sources
Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma, largely out of public view since a regulatory clampdown started on his business empire late last year, is currently in Hong Kong and has met business associates in recent days.
China slaps sanctions on former Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and 6 others
China announced Friday sanctions had been imposed on former commerce secretary Wilbur Ross and six other individuals and entities in retaliation for U.S. penalties against Chinese officials in Hong Kong.
US issues advisory to companies about doing business in Hong Kong
The Biden administration on Friday warned U.S. businesses in Hong Kong that they are subject to the territory’s laws, including China’s new national security law that went into effect last year.
Facebook, Twitter, Google threaten to quit Hong Kong over proposed data laws
Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., and Alphabet Inc.'s Google have privately warned the Hong Kong government that they could stop offering their services in the city if authorities proceed with planned changes to data-protection laws that could make them liable for the malicious sharing of individuals' information online.
Analysis: Chinese flock to home-grown brands in golden opportunity for investors
He Shuang, a student at a U.S. university stranded in her home city of Chongqing in southwest China during the pandemic, has added more than 300 domestic brands to her list of favourites on Alibaba’s Taobao online mall.
Hong Kong's last pro-democracy newspaper says 'goodbye' this week
Hong Kong's last pro-democracy newspaper, The Apple Daily, is printing its final edition Thursday.
Hong Kong's Apple Daily closure an ‘attack on anyone who doesn’t toe Beijing line’: National security expert
Former deputy national security adviser Stephen Yates on the Apple Daily being forced to shut its doors and the potential impact the move has on the free world.
Media censorship in China has contaminated the US: Gen. Jack Keane
In an interview on FOX Business' “Mornings with Maria,” Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane said that free press is “dead” in Hong Kong and warned that censorship in China is pervasive and has begun to spread to the United States.
G-7 chides China on rights, demands COVID origins investigation
Group of Seven leaders on Sunday scolded China over human rights in its Xinjiang region, called for Hong Kong to keep a high degree of autonomy, and demanded a full and thorough investigation of the origins of the coronavirus in China.
Hong Kong tycoon gets 14-month jail term over 2019 protest
Hong Kong media tycoon and outspoken pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai was sentenced to more jail time Friday over his role in an anti-government protest in 2019.
Hong Kong is 'forever lost' to China: 'Swimming to Freedom' author
'Swimming to Freedom' author Dr. Kent Wong shares his story of escaping China and its hold over Hong Kong.
More Americans view China as the country's greatest enemy: new poll
Nearly half of Americans now say that China is the United States' greatest enemy as the coronavirus pandemic agitates relations between the two superpowers, according to a new Gallup poll.
Hong Kong arrests 53 activists under national security law
The mass arrests, including of former lawmakers, were the largest move against Hong Kong’s democracy movement since the law was imposed by Beijing last June to quell dissent in the semi-autonomous territory.
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai refuses to admit wrongdoing in fight for freedom
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai said that he will “never admit” guilt in the fight for freedom on Tuesday.