Čína opäť brzdí obchodovanie s valutami. English needed CXLIX.
China’s Privacy Conundrum
Chinese company leaves Muslim-tracking facial recognition database exposed online
Workers’ Activism Rises as China’s Economy Slows. Xi Aims to Rein Them In.
China joins global central bank gold rush as foreign exchange reserves stabilise Čítať ďalej
Niektoré čínske deti študujú aj cez prázdniny. English needed CXLXVIII.
The Chinese were white – until white men called them yellow
How the Forbidden City’s treasures ended up divided between Beijing and Taipei
Is China’s corruption-busting AI system ‘Zero Trust’ being turned off for being too efficient?
China’s Slowdown Is Starting to Hit Where It Hurts: Employment Čítať ďalej
Na čo sa dá čakať v rušných uliciach Pekingu? English needed CXLXVII.
China’s Banks Are Desperate for Capital
China’s Latest Official GDP Report Is Accurate. No, Really
To understand why China’s looking so ugly, you’ve got to look at what happened to Chinese consumers
Why languages and dialects really are different animals Čítať ďalej
Ak čínska firma ponúka voľný čas na randenie len pre ženy, s kým sa vtedy majú stretať? English needed CXLXVI.
Ráj na zemi: vzestup a pád socialismu (3/3) – Zhroucení
Who’s Really Behind the World’s Most Popular Free VPNs?
Forget the Trade War. China Is Already in Crisis
As China’s debt soars, the market for buying bad loans revs up Čítať ďalej
Ako si vo väzení žijú Po a Wang? English needed CXLXV.
Chinese ‘seat robbers’ hit buffers as clampdown on disruptive rail and subway travellers nets thousands
China exporting more seafood to developing countries
Chinese acquisitions of US companies fell a drastic 95 per cent in 2018 amid trade war
German industry seeks to push harder EU line on China Čítať ďalej
Čo tak pred obsadením sľúbiť Taiwanu nejaké práva? English needed CXLXIV.
China’s new drug procurement plan set to hit its pharma firms’ profit margins
Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World
Two voters showed up to a county election in China. So officials decided to cast the ballots themselves
Prepare for war, Chinese President Xi Jinping told the country’s top military brass at a meeting on Friday. Čítať ďalej