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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.

Beijing’s Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Hong Kong
December 18, 2017
Beijing’s Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam gives her annual report to Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing.
Beijing’s Carrot-and-Stick Approach to Hong Kong
China and South Korea Hail ‘New Start’ Amid Scuffle
December 15, 2017
China and South Korea Hail ‘New Start’ Amid Scuffle
South Korean President Moon Jae-in pays a state visit to China for the first time since he took office.
China and South Korea Hail ‘New Start’ Amid Scuffle
Australia and China Spat Over Foreign Interference Escalates
December 15, 2017
Australia and China Spat Over Foreign Interference Escalates
China summons the Australian ambassador for increasingly strained ties.
Australia and China Spat Over Foreign Interference Escalates
Tillerson’s North Korea Talk Sparks Contradictory Responses at Home and Abroad
December 14, 2017
Tillerson’s North Korea Talk Sparks Contradictory Responses at Home and Abroad
While both China and Russia welcome Tillerson’s offer of talks with North Korea, the White House corrects his remarks.
Tillerson’s North Korea Talk Sparks Contradictory Responses at Home and Abroad
Beijing Leader Sends Condolences to Migrant Workers After Evicting Them
December 14, 2017
Beijing Leader Sends Condolences to Migrant Workers After Evicting Them
Thousands of migrant workers have been evicted from their rental homes under Beijing’s demolition campaign.
Beijing Leader Sends Condolences to Migrant Workers After Evicting Them
China’s Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
December 14, 2017
China’s Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
Former Chongqing Party leader Sun Zhengcai has been under CCP investigation for five months.
China’s Top Procuratorate Opens Criminal Case Against Sun Zhengcai
Did Trump Just Kick off the Space Race 2.0 With China?
December 13, 2017
Did Trump Just Kick off the Space Race 2.0 With China?
While China pursues its space plan, Donald Trump signs a directive to send U.S. astronauts back to the Moon.
Did Trump Just Kick off the Space Race 2.0 With China?
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
December 12, 2017
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
Ahead of Human Rights Day, China hosted a human rights forum for developing countries.
China Promotes Human Rights 'With Chinese Characteristics'
China: 2017 Was 'Crossroads of History'
December 11, 2017
China: 2017 Was 'Crossroads of History'
Chinese Foreign Minister says the world is at a crucial stage of shifting balance of power.
China: 2017 Was 'Crossroads of History'
Did Canada's Trudeau Really Fail in His Trip to China?
December 08, 2017
Did Canada's Trudeau Really Fail in His Trip to China?
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been mocked for failing to move forward a free trade deal with China.
Did Canada's Trudeau Really Fail in His Trip to China?
Why China 'Respects' Putin’s Bid for the Russian Presidency
December 08, 2017
Why China 'Respects' Putin’s Bid for the Russian Presidency
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced he will run again for president in 2018 after a third presidential term.
Why China 'Respects' Putin’s Bid for the Russian Presidency
IMF Warns China of 3 Financial Stability Risks
December 08, 2017
IMF Warns China of 3 Financial Stability Risks
China’s central bank accepts IMF’s “overall” valuable recommendations and vows to improve the weaknesses.
IMF Warns China of 3 Financial Stability Risks
What’s China’s Stance on Trump’s Jerusalem Decision?
December 07, 2017
What’s China’s Stance on Trump’s Jerusalem Decision?
China reaffirms its support for East Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state.
What’s China’s Stance on Trump’s Jerusalem Decision?
Chinese Newspaper Publishes Nuclear Attack Survival Guide
December 07, 2017
Chinese Newspaper Publishes Nuclear Attack Survival Guide
The official paper of Jilin, near the North Korean border, publishes a full-page article about precautions to take.
Chinese Newspaper Publishes Nuclear Attack Survival Guide
How Did China’s War Against Smog Turn into a Ban on Coal-Heating?
December 06, 2017
How Did China’s War Against Smog Turn into a Ban on Coal-Heating?
Thousands of families, schools, and factories in northern China are left in the cold without any heating system.
How Did China’s War Against Smog Turn into a Ban on Coal-Heating?
Is Wang Huning Trying to Hide His Light?
December 05, 2017
Is Wang Huning Trying to Hide His Light?
China’s new ideology czar Wang Huning has been up to his ears in media exposure.
Is Wang Huning Trying to Hide His Light?
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
December 05, 2017
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
Both sides express willingness to improve bilateral relations despite sporadic unfriendly gestures.
The Complicated China-Vatican Relationship Moves Forward
A Closer Look at Obama’s Trip to China  
December 04, 2017
A Closer Look at Obama’s Trip to China  
Former U.S. President Barack Obama just concluded a trip to China as well as to India and France.
A Closer Look at Obama’s Trip to China  
China Slams Australia’s Foreign Policy White Paper
December 02, 2017
China Slams Australia’s Foreign Policy White Paper
Australia reaffirms that the South China Sea ruling is ‘final and binding’ on China in its new Foreign Policy White Paper.
China Slams Australia’s Foreign Policy White Paper
China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status
December 02, 2017
China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status
U.S. opposes China market economy status at WTO and launches ‘historic’ anti-dumping investigations against China.
China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status
Why German Companies Are Threatening to Retreat From China
December 01, 2017
Why German Companies Are Threatening to Retreat From China
The firms are concerned by the CCP's attempts to increase its influence within foreign companies
Why German Companies Are Threatening to Retreat From China
Why China Wants Syria in its New Belt and Road
November 30, 2017
Why China Wants Syria in its New Belt and Road
Chinese foreign ministry offers to support Syria’s reconstruction
Why China Wants Syria in its New Belt and Road
In Call With Trump, Xi Restates Korean Denuclearization China's ‘Unswerving Goal’
November 30, 2017
In Call With Trump, Xi Restates Korean Denuclearization China's ‘Unswerving Goal’
The presidents of China and US had a phone call about North Korea’s latest missile launch
In Call With Trump, Xi Restates Korean Denuclearization China's ‘Unswerving Goal’
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
November 29, 2017
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
Chinese Communist Party aims to have a louder voice in the international sphere
For the First Time, Chinese Communist Party to Hold a World Political Parties Dialogue
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