China threatens more trade sanctions on Taiwan as election nears

That came after China said it had determined Taiwan had put up trade barriers in contravention of both World Trade Organization (WTO) rules and the 2010 trade deal.
By The Print Dec. 31, 2023

Men still being favoured over women for Chinese government jobs, study warns

Men have a significant advantage over women when applying for Chinese government jobs, according to new research.
By South China Morning Post Dec. 29, 2023

ED cracks whip on top soldiers

The officer commanding Inkomo Barracks Mechanised Brigade was demoted, while several majors were transferred and pending court-martial for failing to control their troops.
By Problem Masau Dec. 19, 2023

China hands over new Parliament building

Work on the project commenced in November 2018 and the building was completed in June last year.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 27, 2023

China funded over USD 130,000 to Solomon Islands newspaper for favourable coverage: Report

An editorial in the Solomon Star's Tuesday edition defended its Chinese government funding.
By Ani News Aug. 17, 2023

China reopens borders to tourists after three years of Covid closure

Incoming travellers will no longer need to quarantine - marking a significant change in the country's Covid policy as it battles a surge in cases.
By Bbc News Jan. 8, 2023

The strange tale of China's loans to Zimbabwe

The idiom is used to emphasise that sometimes, real events are stranger than imaginary ones.
By Tatira Zwinoira Sep. 5, 2022