Sunday, 22nd, 2017 | 1:04PM Updated

A policeman checks a passport at the Mohan port border between China and Laos.
China’s ID Card Black Market Thrives with Loose ID Laws

Police officers in southwest China have arrested a man for selling lost identification cards online, highlighting a gray area in China’s ID card law that allows lost cards to still be used.

Presidential daughter Ivanka Trump's children, Arabella and Joseph, serenaded President Xi Jinping during his visit to Florida.
Ivanka Trump’s Daughter Softens the Confrontational Xi-Trump Meeting with a Chinese Song Serenade

The Chinese-speaking daughter of Ivanka Trump serenaded Chinese President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan after the two leaders’ highly anticipated meeting in Florida.

Annually, around 120 million Chinese tourists travel around the world.
China-Croatia Tourism Pact to Be Strengthened with Zhang Chunxian's Visit

Zhang Chunxian, a member of the politburo of the ruling Communist Party of China, visited Croatia to strengthen the China-Croatia tourism pact. Last year, around 125,000 Chinese tourists visited the "pearl of the Mediterranean."

Lee Ching-yu, wife of Taiwanese pro-democracy activist Lee Ming-che, was refused entry into China.
Lee Ching-yu Banned from Visiting Detained Husband in China

The wife of detained Taiwanese human rights activist Lee Ming-che was prevented from visiting her husband in China.

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China refused an invitation from Russia to form a trilateral alliance with India.
China Will Not Form Trilateral Defense Alliance with Russia and India

Beijing issued a statement this week to clarify that it will not join Russia and India in a military trilateral defense relationship.

Many criminals in China are sentenced to death and a large number are unreported.
AI: China Is the Leader in Global Executions; More People Sentenced to Death This Year

China has executed the most number of people this year and more criminals are being sentenced to death.

Donkeys from Pakistan
Pakistan to Export Donkeys to China to Attract Investors

Pakistan plans to export donkeys to China, aiming to attract Chinese investors to the country.

Alibaba Foundation
Alibaba Foundation Signs Up for Water Resource Protection

Alibaba Foundation has joined several NGOs in efforts for water resource protection.

China's Anti-Graft Campaign
Anti-Graft Campaign Targets Officials’ Overseas Travel, Car Use, Dining

China is cutting the budget for overseas travel, car use and dining of government officials as part of its anti-graft campaign.

CIRC Chairman Xiang Junbo is facing corruption charges.
China's Top Financial Boss Under Investigation for Corruption Crimes, Disciplinary Violations

The chairman of the Chinese Insurance Regulatory Commission is under investigation for corruption and disciplinary violations against the Communist Party.

China said that the next Dalai Lama should be chosen by the Communist Party.
China Must Choose Dalai Lama’s Successor and Determine the Future of Tibetan Buddhism, Says Expert

A Chinese expert believes that the Dalai Lama’s successor should be chosen by China according to a rule set during the Qing Dynasty.

Critics said that the U.S. is not ready to handle China.
Experts: Xi-Trump Florida Meeting Highlights Political Instability in US

Experts weigh in on the results of the Xi-Trump Florida meeting and said that the U.S. is not prepared to handle China.

Lee Ching-yu, the wife of Lee Ming-cheh
China: Letters from Taiwanese Activist Lee Ming-che Sent to Family

According to a Chinese government spokesman, personal letters written by Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-che have been forwarded to his family.

China's First Lady Peng Liyuan is a staunch supporter of the country's anti-AIDS advocacy.
Tip Sheet for America's Melania Trump: Things to Know About China's First Lady Peng Liyuan

China's First Lady Peng Liyuan is known as a staunch advocate of pro-poor and anti-smoking campaigns. She was also a popular folk singer before she took on the role of being the first lady.

China-U.S. Expanded Bilateral Meeting at Florida
China Makes Move to Avert Trade War, Offers Concessions with US

In a move to prevent a trade war the U.S., which would be harmful to both countries, China opened its doors to give the U.S. better access to invest in the financial sector and lift the ban on U.S. beef exports, the Financial Times reported.

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