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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.

Eye for An Eye: China to Establish ‘Unreliable Entity List’
June 01, 2019
Eye for An Eye: China to Establish ‘Unreliable Entity List’
The move is obvious retaliation against U.S. ban on Huawei and U.S. companies are the ones to be punished.
Eye for An Eye: China to Establish ‘Unreliable Entity List’
After US Places Huawei on Blacklist, China Formally Arrests 2 Canadians for Spying
May 17, 2019
After US Places Huawei on Blacklist, China Formally Arrests 2 Canadians for Spying
The triangular row between China, the United States, and Canada over Huawei is getting even more dramatic.
After US Places Huawei on Blacklist, China Formally Arrests 2 Canadians for Spying
China’s Stock Market Sees Biggest Single Day Loss in Three Years Over Trump’s Tweets
May 08, 2019
China’s Stock Market Sees Biggest Single Day Loss in Three Years Over Trump’s Tweets
Chinese media reported that "negative information" had crashed the market, never mentioning the U.S. Tweeter-in-Chief
China’s Stock Market Sees Biggest Single Day Loss in Three Years Over Trump’s Tweets
Xi Repeatedly Urges China’s Youth to Follow the CCP
May 02, 2019
Xi Repeatedly Urges China’s Youth to Follow the CCP
At a commemoration of the 1919 May Fourth Movement, Xi says China's young should be grateful to the Communist Party.
Xi Repeatedly Urges China’s Youth to Follow the CCP
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
April 30, 2019
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
Yang Hengjun has been detained for three-plus months without access to lawyers or family.
Wife of Australian Writer Detained in China Sends Petitions to Xi
The US-China Visa War Is Just Getting Started
April 29, 2019
The US-China Visa War Is Just Getting Started
The U.S. FBI director says China poses a “multilayered threat” to the United States.
The US-China Visa War Is Just Getting Started
Although Unhappy With US Sanctions on Iran, China Won’t Fall Out With Washington
April 25, 2019
Although Unhappy With US Sanctions on Iran, China Won’t Fall Out With Washington
The White House vows to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero and China is Iran’s largest crude oil customer.
Although Unhappy With US Sanctions on Iran, China Won’t Fall Out With Washington
After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief
March 28, 2019
After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief
Meng Hongwei, the former president of Lyon, France-based Interpol, will face prosecution soon.
After Xi's Visit to France, Chinese Communist Party Expels Former Interpol Chief
‘Double-Faced’ Lu Wei Jailed for 14 Years for Bribery
March 27, 2019
‘Double-Faced’ Lu Wei Jailed for 14 Years for Bribery
China's former internet czar accepted the judgment in court and said he would not appeal.
‘Double-Faced’ Lu Wei Jailed for 14 Years for Bribery
Beijing: Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation Must Comply With Chinese Laws
March 20, 2019
Beijing: Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation Must Comply With Chinese Laws
Dalai Lama says it is possible that his successor might be found in India.
Beijing: Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation Must Comply With Chinese Laws
China-El Salvador Relationship Wobbles
March 18, 2019
China-El Salvador Relationship Wobbles
El Salvador President-elect Nayib Bukele criticized China publicly amid his U.S. visit.
China-El Salvador Relationship Wobbles
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
February 23, 2019
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
China and Saudi Arabia plan to expand cooperation on a wide variety of fields, including counterterrorism.
Chinese President and Saudi Crown Prince Hold a ‘Win-Win’ Meeting
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
February 23, 2019
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
Both the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the new National Supervisory Commission are first and foremost political organs.
China’s Top Anti-Corruption Organ Declares Safeguarding Xi's Status Its Top Priority
Former Top General Fang Fenghui Jailed for Life for Bribery
February 21, 2019
Former Top General Fang Fenghui Jailed for Life for Bribery
But the Chinese authorities intentionally avoided significant details of Feng's case.
Former Top General Fang Fenghui Jailed for Life for Bribery
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
February 20, 2019
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
China’s attitude toward U.S.-China trade talks switched from belligerence to silence and now to optimism.
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
February 19, 2019
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
The Chinese president calls for strengthening the Communist Party’s leadership over law in China.
Xi: China Must Never Adopt Constitutionalism, Separation of Powers, or Judicial Independence
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
February 15, 2019
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
John Bolton and Nayib Bukele recently discussed ways to counter “Chinese predatory practices.”
Will President-Elect Bukele Alter El Salvador’s Relations With China?
China Plays Down Liu He’s Meeting With Trump
February 04, 2019
China Plays Down Liu He’s Meeting With Trump
Not a single piece of news about this significant meeting has been broadcast by China’s TV stations.
China Plays Down Liu He’s Meeting With Trump
What Does Qi Yu’s Surprising Appointment Mean for China’s Foreign Ministry?
February 01, 2019
What Does Qi Yu’s Surprising Appointment Mean for China’s Foreign Ministry?
Qi Yu, a diplomatic novice but a Party work veteran, is the new secretary of the Party Committee of China’s Foreign Ministry.
What Does Qi Yu’s Surprising Appointment Mean for China’s Foreign Ministry?
Will US Indictments Against Huawei Hurt US-China Trade Talks?
January 30, 2019
Will US Indictments Against Huawei Hurt US-China Trade Talks?
At least for now, signals show that China is still striving for a trade deal with the United States despite the row over Huawei.
Will US Indictments Against Huawei Hurt US-China Trade Talks?
China Slams George Soros for Calling Xi Jinping ‘Most Dangerous Opponent of Open Societies’
January 26, 2019
China Slams George Soros for Calling Xi Jinping ‘Most Dangerous Opponent of Open Societies’
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, billionaire George Soros says China is a “mortal threat to open societies.”
China Slams George Soros for Calling Xi Jinping ‘Most Dangerous Opponent of Open Societies’
Stability and 'Struggle': China's High-Level Meeting on National Risk Control
January 24, 2019
Stability and 'Struggle': China's High-Level Meeting on National Risk Control
The Chinese president urged hundreds of officials to ensure China's political security amid rising risks.
Stability and 'Struggle': China's High-Level Meeting on National Risk Control
Obviously, Beijing Wants to Make US-China Trade Talks Work
January 12, 2019
Obviously, Beijing Wants to Make US-China Trade Talks Work
China has every reason to seek a deal now, considering that Beijing is surrounded by domestic challenges and troubles.
Obviously, Beijing Wants to Make US-China Trade Talks Work
Ahead of Tiananmen Incident Anniversary, China Launches a New Round of Internet Crackdown
January 04, 2019
Ahead of Tiananmen Incident Anniversary, China Launches a New Round of Internet Crackdown
The operation will last for six months -- until the 30th anniversary of the June Fourth Incident has passed.
Ahead of Tiananmen Incident Anniversary, China Launches a New Round of Internet Crackdown
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