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Charlotte Gao

Charlotte Gao holds a MA degree in Asian Studies. Her research interests center around East Asian topics. She has worked in the past as a news editor, reporter, and writer for multiple traditional, online, and new media outlets.

Amid the US-ROK Drills, China Warns Not to 'Add Fuel to the Fire'
August 22, 2017
Amid the US-ROK Drills, China Warns Not to 'Add Fuel to the Fire'
China’s foreign ministry says the joint military drills are not helpful to de-escalation.
Amid the US-ROK Drills, China Warns Not to 'Add Fuel to the Fire'
Why Will China Be Happy to See Steve Bannon Leave the White House?
August 19, 2017
Why Will China Be Happy to See Steve Bannon Leave the White House?
Beijing didn't like Bannon's tough talk on China trade, which came out prominently in a recent interview.
Why Will China Be Happy to See Steve Bannon Leave the White House?
Princeton University: Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Chinese-American Researcher
August 19, 2017
Princeton University: Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Chinese-American Researcher
Iran sentenced the student to 10 years in jail on spying charges; Princeton said he is innocent
Princeton University: Iran Denies Appeal of Jailed Chinese-American Researcher
What Happened in the Biggest US-China Military Meeting Under Trump?
August 18, 2017
What Happened in the Biggest US-China Military Meeting Under Trump?
U.S. chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joe Dunford said North Korean threat can be peacefully resolved.
What Happened in the Biggest US-China Military Meeting Under Trump?
Can Russia Keep Its Balance Between China and India?
August 18, 2017
Can Russia Keep Its Balance Between China and India?
Russia claims that its military drills with India are not against China
Can Russia Keep Its Balance Between China and India?
Japanese Public Broadcaster Wins Acclaim in China for World War II Documentary
August 17, 2017
Japanese Public Broadcaster Wins Acclaim in China for World War II Documentary
Japan's NHK broadcasted a program on the crimes committed by Japanese Unit 731 during World War II.
Japanese Public Broadcaster Wins Acclaim in China for World War II Documentary
China Plans to Build 'World-Famous' Cybersecurity Schools in 10 Years
August 17, 2017
China Plans to Build 'World-Famous' Cybersecurity Schools in 10 Years
China is not only clamping down on internet access, but also building its internet army
China Plans to Build 'World-Famous' Cybersecurity Schools in 10 Years
Amid North Korea Crisis, China and US Aim to Deepen Military Cooperation
August 16, 2017
Amid North Korea Crisis, China and US Aim to Deepen Military Cooperation
Top Chinese and U.S. military officials met in Beijing and signed agreement to enhance military ties
Amid North Korea Crisis, China and US Aim to Deepen Military Cooperation
China Will 'Resolutely Defend Its Interests' Against US Trade Action
August 16, 2017
China Will 'Resolutely Defend Its Interests' Against US Trade Action
The U.S. President signed a memorandum to examine China's intellectual property practices; China expressed grave concern
China Will 'Resolutely Defend Its Interests' Against US Trade Action
Is Russia Benefiting From Tensions Between China and India?
August 15, 2017
Is Russia Benefiting From Tensions Between China and India?
Russia and India are going to hold a joint war game in October in Russia’s far east, close to China
Is Russia Benefiting From Tensions Between China and India?
China Bans North Korean Coal, Iron and Seafood Imports
August 15, 2017
China Bans North Korean Coal, Iron and Seafood Imports
The Chinese president told the U.S. president that Beijing is ready to work with Washington on the Korean crisis.
China Bans North Korean Coal, Iron and Seafood Imports
China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law
August 12, 2017
China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law
Tencent, Baidu, and Sina are being investigated by the Chinese Cyberspace Administration.
China Accuses Its Top 3 Internet Giants of Potentially Violating Cybersecurity Law
North Korea Rebukes Russia’s Denial of Its ICBM Launch
August 11, 2017
North Korea Rebukes Russia’s Denial of Its ICBM Launch
Russia called North Korea's missile fired on July 4 an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) rather than an ICBM
North Korea Rebukes Russia’s Denial of Its ICBM Launch
Fake News: Chinese National Media on the Doklam Standoff
August 10, 2017
Fake News: Chinese National Media on the Doklam Standoff
Some among China’s national media are trying to distort information and mislead Chinese nationals.
Fake News: Chinese National Media on the Doklam Standoff
Amid the Doklam Standoff, China’s Vice Premier Will Visit Nepal
August 10, 2017
Amid the Doklam Standoff, China’s Vice Premier Will Visit Nepal
Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister reveals that China’s Vice Premier Wang Yang will arrive in Nepal on August 14.
Amid the Doklam Standoff, China’s Vice Premier Will Visit Nepal
After 50-Day Doklam Standoff, China’s Defense Ministry Invites Indian Media Over
August 09, 2017
After 50-Day Doklam Standoff, China’s Defense Ministry Invites Indian Media Over
China’s Defense Ministry tries to send a goodwill signal directly to India.
After 50-Day Doklam Standoff, China’s Defense Ministry Invites Indian Media Over
US, Australia, Japan Jointly Challenge China on South China Sea Issue
August 09, 2017
US, Australia, Japan Jointly Challenge China on South China Sea Issue
The three countries jointly called for China and the Philippines to abide by last year's arbitral ruling.
US, Australia, Japan Jointly Challenge China on South China Sea Issue
Did China 'Win' at the Manila ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Summit?
August 08, 2017
Did China 'Win' at the Manila ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Summit?
China welcomes the ASEAN joint communique and expresses confidences in the prospects for China-ASEAN relations
Did China 'Win' at the Manila ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Summit?
One Man, One Road: A Funny Tale of Civic Protest in China
August 07, 2017
One Man, One Road: A Funny Tale of Civic Protest in China
China’s millennials are participating in civic engagement in their own way.
One Man, One Road: A Funny Tale of Civic Protest in China
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
August 04, 2017
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
The Chinese government claims that Larung Gar suffers from overcrowding, fire hazards, and lack of infrastructure.
Why Is China's Government 'Demolishing' a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery?
China’s Communist Party Issues Strict Cyber Rules For Party Members
August 03, 2017
China’s Communist Party Issues Strict Cyber Rules For Party Members
China's more than 80 million Communist Party members have new restrictions on their online behavior.
China’s Communist Party Issues Strict Cyber Rules For Party Members
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
August 02, 2017
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
Bloomberg reports that Chinese authorities have asked Anbang to sell overseas assets;  Anbang denies.
Is Anbang Under Pressure to Sell Waldorf Hotel?
Why Are Chinese Netizens Excited About Russia's Ban On VPNs?
August 02, 2017
Why Are Chinese Netizens Excited About Russia's Ban On VPNs?
After Russia passed a law banning VPNs, the news splashed across the front pages of Chinese websites.
Why Are Chinese Netizens Excited About Russia's Ban On VPNs?
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