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Citizens in Xinjiang, a Muslim-majority province, are being forced to install a mobile surveillance app or risk a 10-day jail sentence.Uighur (also Uyghur) ethnic minority worshipers take part in Friday noon prayers in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang...

This sounds a little like Minority Report to us. China is looking into predictive analytics to help authorities stop suspects before a crime is committed. According to a report from the Financial Times, authorities are tapping on facial recognition t...

Several Chinese conglomerates are now so big, so complex and so indebted that the government is trying to bring them to heel.

 Two global tech forces are putting their mark — and money — into Southeast Asia’s nascent startup ecosystem, but they may not be the Western names that you expect. Rather than Google, Facebook or Microsoft, increasingly Chine...

I got a chance to sit down at RISE 2017 in Hong Kong with WeChat’s Director of User Growth Stephen Wang.  For those unfamiliar, WeChat began as a messaging app back in 2010 created by China’s Tencent, but over the years, it has quickly become a...

Justin Bieber won't be allowed to perform in China for the foreseeable future, because he's behaved badly. It seems the pop star's antics haven't gone down well with authorities. In a response to a fan's query published on its website, the Beijing Mu...

That "new car smell" can be pretty divisive. Some of us love it, yet the rest absolutely can't stand it. In China, it seems the majority hate it. And the fast-growing market is so valuable that Ford is going out of its way to get rid of the new car s...