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YouTuber PewDiePie says he’s been ‘banned’ in China after comparing the country’s president to Winnie the Pooh
PewDiePie drew similarities between Chinese president Xi Jinping to Winnie the Pooh, a comparison made by many pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters.
China’s growth slumped to a record low last quarter — and it could drop even lower next year, the IMF warns
"We have trade tensions, we have other geopolitical forces, we have all these uncertainties around the world."
12 photos that show how Hong Kong protesters are wearing Winnie the Pooh, Guy Fawkes, and LeBron James masks to defy authority
The protests began mostly peaceful, but have since become violent after police said they began using live bullets for self-defense.
Sources familiar with the bid told Bloomberg that Apple probably doesn't want 'South Park' streaming rights because the show is banned in China.
AOC, Marco Rubio, and 5 more lawmakers just wrote a letter to Tim Cook calling Apple’s decision to remove an app used by Hong Kong protesters ...
Lawmakers have criticized Apple's decision to remove an app that Hong Kong protesters were using to track police activity.
Pernod Ricard is selling less Chivas Regal whisky as Chinese authorities are shutting nightclubs and karaoke bars earlier.
We asked every 2020 Democrat how they would approach a trade war that has shaken the global economy. Only a handful of them had a plan.
Many of the Democratic campaigns demurred, underscoring the awkward spot Trump has put the party in.
Apple CEO Tim Cook met with a Chinese state regulator days after controversially booting a Hong Kong map app from the App Store
Apple removed an app from its App Store last week that helped Hong Kong protesters track the location of police in the territory.
What it’s like to travel through Beijing’s futuristic new airport, which is shaped like a starfish and is the biggest single terminal in t...
Beijing Daxing International opened to great fanfare in September 2019. Here's what it was like to travel through the state-of-the-art airport.
Mark Zuckerberg just slammed China for allegedly censoring Hong Kong protest videos on TikTok: ‘Is that the internet we want?’
Mark Zuckerberg had harsh words for China and its censorship laws on Thursday, saying that it doesn't have to be that way.