China in the News: June 1, 2021

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Daily news headlines about China from around the world (past 24 hours)

China Says It Will Allow Couples to Have 3 Children, Up From 2 – China’s family planning restrictions date to 1980, when the party first imposed a “one-child” policy to slow population growth and bolster the economic boom that …

China Three-Child Policy Aims to Rejuvenate Aging Population – China said Monday that it would allow all married couples to have as many as three children and provide government support for education and …

China allows three children in major policy shift – China has announced that it will allow couples to have up to three children, after census data showed a steep decline in birth rates. China scrapped its …

Lackluster hiring in China as economy struggles to reach full recovery, data shows – Chinese businesses in manufacturing and services laid off more workers than they hired in May, according to Purchasing Managers’ Indexes released Monday …

China’s factory activity grows at slightly slower pace as raw materials costs surge – China’s factory activity growth slowed slightly in May as raw materials costs grew at their fastest pace in over a decade, weighing on the output of small and …

China’s Factory Activity Slipped in May, but Consumer Spending Held Up – A holiday spurred spending on travel and accommodation, and construction climbed. China’s nonmanufacturing PMI, which includes services and construction, …

For China’s Single Mothers, a Road to Recognition Paved With False Starts – Chinese law does not explicitly prohibit single women from giving birth. But official family planning policies mention only married couples, and local officials have ...

China completes another part of its own space station paving the way for astronauts to live there – China launched the Tianzhou-2 cargo spacecraft, a component of its self-developed space station on a Long March 7 rocket. China’s first self-developed space …

As China’s Communist Party turns 100, its members’ ‘red genes’ matter more than ever to Beijing – For a decidedly atheist political organization, China’s ruling Communist Party is fond of talking about its origins in religious terms. In party …

China’s wolf warriors bristle at Covid blame – China’s ambassador to Canberra responded by warning that this perceived insult might trigger a boycott of Australian produce by Chinese consumers. Within …

China re-imposes travel curbs on province after virus cases – China on Monday re-imposed anti-coronavirus travel controls on its southern province of Guangdong, announcing anyone leaving the …

China Takes Its Most Visible Measure Yet to Curb Yuan’s Gain – China forced banks to hold more foreign currencies in reserve for the first time in more than a decade, its most substantial move yet to rein the surging yuan.

Russia, China hope to secure partners for moon base project – Russia and China are looking to announce new partnerships for a joint initiative to construct a robotic moon base ahead of potential crewed lunar …

China to transfer hosting of World Cup qualifiers to Dubai – China will transfer its hosting of the remaining Asia group A soccer World Cup qualifying matches to Dubai due to COVID-19 controls, the Chinese Football …

China needs to give incentives for couples to have a third child, analysts say – Chinese authorities expand two-child policy to allow each couple to have three children as the country tries to cope with an ageing population · China expands two- …

Despite crypto crackdown in China, traders still betting – Chinese investors are paying little heed to the government’s biggest crackdown on cryptocurrency trading since 2017, underscoring the challenge for Beijing as …

Australia and New Zealand unite over China human rights issues – New Zealand’s approach to China has lead to suggestions by political commentators and the media that Wellington may not be taking a strong enough stance on …

The Top Threat to China’s Rise Is From Within – A census released this month showed the number of births in China last year fell to the lowest in six decades even after President Xi Jinping ended the one-child …

Who The Uyghurs Are And Why China Is Targeting Them – NPR’s history podcast Throughline bring us the story of why the Uyghur people have become the target of what many are calling a genocide in China.

Smart Lamp That Watches Kids When They Study Is a Hit in China – The arms race in China’s educational technology industry comes as the country’s tech giants, seeking new areas of growth amid a regulatory crackdown, eye …

China reports surge of new COVID-19 cases in Guangzhou city, triggering flight cancellations – China on Monday reported a sudden surge in COVID-19 infections in the country’s south, with 18 new local cases on May 30 in the city of Guangzhou, causing a …

Reactions to China’s new three-child policy – China announced on Monday that couples would be allowed to have up to three children, up from the current limit of two, in a bid to reverse a rapid decline in …

Hyperdrive Daily: China’s 846 Carmakers Face a Looming Shakeout – Zombie Hunting in China. The U.S. has three major carmakers with a global footprint, Japan around four and Europe a handful. Compare that with China, which — …

Australian writer says ‘tortured’ in Chinese prison – Australian Ambassador to China Graham Fletcher, centre, speaks to journalists outside the Beijing Second Intermediate People’s Court ahead of the trial of …

Asian markets fall after disappointing economic data from Japan, China – Asian markets fall after disappointing economic data from Japan, China … after Japan reported weaker-than-expected growth in factory output and Chinese …

Hollywood elites and US corporations keep apologizing to China – Over the past several years, dozens of companies have challenged China’s sovereignty, resulting in apologies being issued and products being pulled from …

Cities Across China’s Industrial Heartland Now Rationing Power – Almost two dozen cities across China’s key industrial province of Guangdong are now rationing electricity to businesses as the global economic recovery and …

U.S. writer Hessler to leave China teaching job after contract not renewed – American author and New Yorker writer Peter Hessler has said the Chinese university where he has been teaching non-fiction writing has not renewed his …

Stop China From Getting a Civilization-Killing Pathogen | Opinion – The Biden-ordered inquiry comes days after the Wall Street Journal reported that three researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in the Chinese city of …

China easing birth limits further to cope with aging society – China’s ruling Communist Party said Monday it will ease birth limits to allow all couples to have three children instead of two in hopes of slowing the rapid aging …

China Wrecks IPO Plans for High-Flying Education Startups – Just months ago, edtech outfits were one of the hottest investments in China’s post-Covid internet industry, pulling in more than $10 billion of venture funding last …

Tencent helps Chinese students skip prohibitively low speeds for school websites overseas – Learning at home in China, they all face one challenge: Their school websites and other academic resources load excruciatingly slowly because all web traffic has …

China’s sci-tech development to focus more on self-reliance – Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday called for accelerated efforts in building China into a leader in science and …

China to tighten environmental approval for polluting projects – China plans to strengthen controls in industries such as steel and aluminium which involve high energy use and produce high emissions, in an effort to promote …

Ex-Head of China’s Digital Yuan Effort Says CBDCs Could Operate on Ethereum – The former head of the digital currency initiative at the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) said central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) are set to become more …

China Raises Birth Limit as Population Grows Older – The move comes as China’s population grows older and leaves the workforce. Leaders have enforced the birth limit since 1980 to slow population growth, but …

China tech pullback provides opportunities – David Choa said companies usually try to keep a low profile when they find themselves under China’s regulatory glare. The anti-monopoly strictures Beijing has …

Mach 30 wind tunnel to ‘put China decades ahead’ in hypersonic race – Mach 30 wind tunnel to ‘put China decades’ ahead in hypersonic race · Leading researcher reveals new facility capable of simulating flight at 30 times the speed of …

GSX Closing Unit, Cutting Staff on China Education Crackdown – GSX Techedu Inc. is closing a unit and cutting staff in response to China’s crackdown on its online-education sector. The company founded by billionaire Larry …

China Limits Issuance in $63 Billion Mortgage-Backed Debt Market – China is beginning to curb issuance of securities backed by residential mortgages, expanding efforts to rein in runaway property prices and household debt, …

As China’s Birth Rate Drops, Couples May Now Have 3 Children – NPR’s Steve Inskeep talks to David Rennie of The Economist about China’s Communist Party announcing it will ease birth limits to allow couples to have three …

China, Taiwan spar again over vaccines, accuse each other of politicking – The two have sparred repeatedly since the pandemic started, over everything from China’s transparency about the virus’ spread to Taiwan’s lack of full access to …

China to support couples having third child – China will support couples that wish to have a third child, according to a meeting of the Political Bureau of Communist Party of …

Guangdong hit with travel restrictions as Covid-19 outbreak worsens – China’s southern Guangdong province in high gear to quash Covid-19 outbreak. China’s cabinet, the State Council, has sent disease prevention and control …

Hong Kong stocks rise as China’s 3-child policy boosts health firms* HSI +0.1%, HSCE +0.9%, CSI300 +0.2%. * FTSE China A50 -0.4%. May 31 (Reuters) – Hong Kong stocks inched up on Monday to post monthly gains, as China’s …

Chinese Embassies Vaccinating Chinese Expatriates for Free – Assistance given to Chinese nationals overseas is in sharp contrast to the official UK position for British expatriates – and other foreign nationals overseas.

Wang Yi calls on EU to be calm and rational as he meets Irish minister – Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on the … a meeting on Sunday with his Irish counterpart Simon Coveney in China’s southern province of Guizhou, …

CGTN: How China ‘sails together on the boundless ocean’ with the world – “I wish to make it clear to all that China’s door of opening-up will not be closed and will only open even wider,” said Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Boao …

‘We can’t afford it’: why Chinese millennials are choosing not to have kids – A lack of affordable childcare, rising living costs and gruelling work hours are making many young Chinese think twice about having children; China will have to …

Bitcoin miners look overseas amid crackdown in China – Bitcoin miners: China’s cryptocurrency crackdown pushes companies overseas. Large bitcoin mining companies are looking at moving to North America and …

Philippines lodges diplomatic protest against China’s presence in the South China Sea – The statement complained of the “incessant deployment, prolonged presence, and illegal activities of Chinese maritime assets and fishing vessels” in and around …

China to allow couples to have 3 children instead of just 2 – China’s ruling Communist Party said Monday that it would ease birth limits to allow all couples to have three children instead of two, in hopes of slowing the rapid …

Israel-China medical fund to raise $300m for joint drug development ventures – The GIBF is a Chinese medical investment fund set up 2016 in partnership with the government of Guangzhou, the third most important city in China and the …

China to allow couples to have up to three children in attempt to reverse falling birth rates – At the same time, China’s population is aging rapidly, endangering its economic growth. The 2020 census data showed the proportion of the population aged over …

RPT-As births slow in China and US, ex-laggard Germany bucks trend – China and the United States are grappling with falling birth rates but Germany has bucked the trend with a rise in births nine months …

China Stocks’ Best Week in Months Rekindles Investors’ Hopes – China stocks’ biggest weekly surge since February is rekindling investor hopes for a strong rally ahead. But don’t expect the sentiment-driven frenzy of last year, …

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