Tuesday, 25th, 2018 | 3:16AM Updated

President-elect Tsai Ing-wen waves at supporters at DPP headquarters on Jan. 16, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Taiwan's President-elect Tsai Ing-wen Vows to Maintain Ties with China via Democracy

China's crackdown on illegal fundraising continues.
China's Crackdown on Illegal Fundraising Affects New Financial Businesses

President Xi Jinping's crackdown on corrupt officials continues.
Chinese Officials 'Interviewed' Amid Corruption Crackdown

A villager sits alone on a dried-up riverbed in Gulang County on July 15, 2009 in Gansu Province, northwest China.
Chinese City Drought Reflects the Effects of El Niño Phenomenon in Southeast Asia

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China's shortage of blood supply fuels a blood black market.
Blood Shortage in China Fuels Reemergence of Donor Black Market

China houses the biggest obese population, says a study.
Study Shows China's Youth Obesity Rate Reaches Record-high

The Wildlife Conservation Act amendment will no longer decriminalize eating and selling of endangered animals.
Draft Wildlife Protection Law Amendment Won't Scrap Ban on Eating, Selling Endangered Animals

A new legislation seeks to impose police power and stern financial regulation on foreign NGOs.
New Draft of Foreign NGO Bill Seeks Stern Regulation of Finances and Grants Police Extensive Power

Parents call for laws to prevent the vaccine scandal from ever happening again.
New Vaccine Regulatory Rule: Wholesalers Banned from Trading in China

China's military overhaul might tilt the world's power balance.
President Xi Jinping Remakes China's Military Power That Could Tilt World Balance

Microsoft and Google ended their regulatory war after new CEOs were appointed.
Google and Microsoft Call Truce in Regulatory Dispute

A Chinese anti-doping lab has been suspended for up to four months by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Suspension of Beijing Anti-dope Lab Suspected to Be Linked to Chinese Swimmers Testing Positive of Drugs

China's economic growth decreased in 2015 compared to 2010.
China Might Be Held Up in Middle-income Trap

President Xi Jinping warns against foreign infiltration coursed through religion.
President Xi Jinping Calls for Vigilance Against Foreign Infiltration via Religion

China has laid off hundreds of workers and closed several companies due to overcapacity in the steel industry.
China's Financial Regulators to Banks: Steel and Coal 'Zombie' Companies Should Not Be Given Financial Aid

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