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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Chinese Government
Two men were convicted Wednesday of stealing an American company's secret recipe for making a chemical used to whiten products from cars to the middle of Oreo cookies and selling it to a competitor controlled by the Chinese government.
2 men found guilty in sale of trade secrets to company controlled by Chinese government.
The Chinese government announced a big bump in spending on the armed forces Wednesday, saying it will increase its defense budget by 12.2 percent this year to $132 billion, as the country opened its ceremonial legislature.
"The Chase" by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg, (Bantam)
Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski questioned this week whether the Chinese ban on shellfish from Alaska and the Pacific Northwest might be about more than safety.
For very different reasons, Chinese government officials and the White House press corps both raised objections to President Obama's meeting Friday with the Dalai Lama.
Regulators are investigating whether U.S. technology companies Qualcomm and InterDigital violated China's anti-monopoly law by charging excessive fees for patent licenses, a government spokesman said Wednesday.
A popular online show about a young Chinese couple's trips to the far corners of the world is set to be broadcast on the country's main television network, highlighting how popular online content is influencing China's highly regulated mainstream media.
World War II Gen. Claire Chennault's granddaughter, a few tourists and the nephew of a Marine mechanic who worked on Curtiss P-40s during World War II applauded Monday as a crane safely eased the fuselage of the shark-nosed fighter plane representing Chennault's famed Flying Tigers into the National World War II Museum.
The White House on Thursday excoriated China for its treatment of American journalists, vowing to raise the issue "at the highest levels with the Chinese government."
New Orleans will get a flavor of one of the most heralded episodes of World War II when a Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, restored in the shark-nosed markings of the famed Flying Tigers, goes on display at the National World War II Museum.
Rare video showing what life is like under house arrest for Liu Xia, the Chinese artist and poet married to jailed Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo, was screened for the first time Tuesday in New York City to an audience of Chinese and American writers and activists who have pushed for her release.
A giant panda born at the San Diego Zoo is being sent to China.
A Chinese newspaper reported that North Korea’s Kim Jong-un fed his uncle to a pack of wild and starving dogs — a slow and tortuous execution that the dictator himself watched.
BEIJING (AP) — Vaccines did not cause the deaths of nine children shortly after they were inoculated for hepatitis in a Chinese government program and no links have been found in eight other cases still being investigated, health officials said Friday after safety concerns arose.