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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.

Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Justice Minister for ‘Serious Discipline Problems’
October 16, 2017
Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Justice Minister for ‘Serious Discipline Problems’
Wu Aiying had served as Chinese justice minister for 12 years until 2017.
Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Justice Minister for ‘Serious Discipline Problems’
Beijing Launches Strict Security Checks for the 19th CCP Congress
October 16, 2017
Beijing Launches Strict Security Checks for the 19th CCP Congress
Railway passengers, metro riders, and even those mailing packages will undergo increased scrutiny.
Beijing Launches Strict Security Checks for the 19th CCP Congress
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
October 13, 2017
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
Beijing has made a smart move, dropping its UNESCO leadership bid to back Egypt at a "critical juncture."
China Backs Egypt's UNESCO Leadership Bid While the US Withdraws Completely
Is China’s Economy Coming Back?
October 12, 2017
Is China’s Economy Coming Back?
IMF raises China’s 2017 GDP forecast to 6.8 percent, 0.1 percent higher than its previous forecast.
Is China’s Economy Coming Back?
China Taps Former UN Ambassador as Deputy Head of Taiwan Affairs Office
October 12, 2017
China Taps Former UN Ambassador as Deputy Head of Taiwan Affairs Office
Liu Jieyi takes his new position as a deputy in the Taiwan Affairs Office ahead of the 19th Party Congress.
China Taps Former UN Ambassador as Deputy Head of Taiwan Affairs Office
New South Korean Ambassador to China Vows to Resolve THAAD Feud
October 11, 2017
New South Korean Ambassador to China Vows to Resolve THAAD Feud
Chinese foreign ministry welcomes the ambassador and hopes he can play a positive role.
New South Korean Ambassador to China Vows to Resolve THAAD Feud
Jimmy Carter: China's Only US Ally on North Korea?
October 10, 2017
Jimmy Carter: China's Only US Ally on North Korea?
Chinese foreign ministry quotes Carter who suggests the US send a delegation to Pyongyang
Jimmy Carter: China's Only US Ally on North Korea?
Despite China’s Green Campaign, Air Quality Targets Still Hard to Meet
October 09, 2017
Despite China’s Green Campaign, Air Quality Targets Still Hard to Meet
Chinese government efforts to improve air quality in China have shown mixed results so far .
Despite China’s Green Campaign, Air Quality Targets Still Hard to Meet
Pakistan Navy to Purchase Frigates from China
October 09, 2017
Pakistan Navy to Purchase Frigates from China
Pakistan’s former naval chief Muhammad Zakaullah said contracts have been signed to acquire frigates from China.
Pakistan Navy to Purchase Frigates from China
US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
October 06, 2017
US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
The Hong Kong government says foreign legislatures should not interfere in Hong Kong’s affairs.
US Commission Doubts the Viability of the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Model in Hong Kong
Can a Taiwanese Be The Delegate of China’s 19th Party Congress?
October 06, 2017
Can a Taiwanese Be The Delegate of China’s 19th Party Congress?
The Taiwan government says no, unless she renounces her Taiwanese citizenship
Can a Taiwanese Be The Delegate of China’s 19th Party Congress?
Chinese Warships Make First London Voyage
October 05, 2017
Chinese Warships Make First London Voyage
China aims to expand military cooperation with Britain in the "Golden Era"
Chinese Warships Make First London Voyage
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
October 05, 2017
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection says it depends.
Is It OK for Communist Party Members to Visit Temples?
Hong Kong’s High-Speed Rail Station: Another Test for ‘One Country, Two Systems’
October 04, 2017
Hong Kong’s High-Speed Rail Station: Another Test for ‘One Country, Two Systems’
Parts of the plan for the new station remain controversial.
Hong Kong’s High-Speed Rail Station: Another Test for ‘One Country, Two Systems’
After Anti-China Campaign Rhetoric, Mongolia’s President Congratulates China on National Day
October 03, 2017
After Anti-China Campaign Rhetoric, Mongolia’s President Congratulates China on National Day
Campaign talk aside, Mongolia still depends overwhelmingly on China.
After Anti-China Campaign Rhetoric, Mongolia’s President Congratulates China on National Day
Are China and Japan Moving Towards a Rapprochement?
October 03, 2017
Are China and Japan Moving Towards a Rapprochement?
Chinese foreign minister says that China expects more good news from Japan after Japanese Prime Minister’s surprise move.
Are China and Japan Moving Towards a Rapprochement?
China Aids Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh While Backing Myanmar Government
October 02, 2017
China Aids Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh While Backing Myanmar Government
China donates 150 tons of aid to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, but doesn’t mention the term "Rohingya"
China Aids Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh While Backing Myanmar Government
China’s 'Super Golden Week': 710 Million People on the Move
October 02, 2017
China’s 'Super Golden Week': 710 Million People on the Move
During the 8-day holiday, half of China’s population will be traveling at home and abroad.
China’s 'Super Golden Week': 710 Million People on the Move
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
October 02, 2017
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
The Chinese Communist Party rushes to expel former Chongqing party leader Sun Zhengcai ahead of National Day.
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
Abe Makes a Surprise Appearance, Hails 45 Years of Japan-China Relations
September 29, 2017
Abe Makes a Surprise Appearance, Hails 45 Years of Japan-China Relations
Abe was the first Japanese PM in 15 years to attend the Chinese embassy in Tokyo's National Day celebration.
Abe Makes a Surprise Appearance, Hails 45 Years of Japan-China Relations
China’s Weibo Hires 1000 ‘Supervisors' to Censor Content
September 29, 2017
China’s Weibo Hires 1000 ‘Supervisors' to Censor Content
Weibo asks that each supervisor censor no less than 200 pieces of content per month
China’s Weibo Hires 1000 ‘Supervisors' to Censor Content
Does Beijing Still Welcome You? It Depends
September 28, 2017
Does Beijing Still Welcome You? It Depends
Chinese authorities set 23 million population limit for Beijing.
Does Beijing Still Welcome You? It Depends
China Evacuates 462 Nationals From Dominica After Hurricane Maria
September 27, 2017
China Evacuates 462 Nationals From Dominica After Hurricane Maria
Dominica Prime Minister said the country has been devastated by hurricane Maria
China Evacuates 462 Nationals From Dominica After Hurricane Maria
China’s Overseas Anticorruption Operation Bags Another Suspect
September 27, 2017
China’s Overseas Anticorruption Operation Bags Another Suspect
China released a list of 100 “most wanted” economic fugitives abroad in 2015; 46 have returned to China so far.
China’s Overseas Anticorruption Operation Bags Another Suspect
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