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Chinese Zheng Qinwen seems to be the next big tennis star

Zheng Qinwen was born in the same Chinese province as Li Na and grew up idolizing Roger Federer. He retired several years ago and Federer will lower the curtain after the Laver Cup this weekend. Zheng, meanwhile, hopes to follow in their footsteps and already has fans who believe she could become the next big

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semiconductor chips: Chinese chip production declines as India and US ramp up local manufacturing

As India and the United States double their domestic spending semiconductor manufacturingChina saw its biggest monthly decline in chip manufacturing in August due to Covid restrictions and weaker demand. Integrated circuit (IC) production fell 24.7 percent year-on-year to 24.7 billion units, marking the biggest one-month drop since 1997, according to the South China Morning Post.

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42-story Chinese skyscraper engulfed in flames

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A 42-storey building in Changshathe capital of southern China’s Hunan province was seen on Friday engulfed in flames and black smoke. Videos of the incident showed debris falling to the ground and workers evacuating the building, which is owned by the country’s largest telecommunications operator. The city’s

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Chinese and Russian armies share potential weakness, says new US report

The report identifies a lack of cross-training as a possible Achilles’ heel within the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), but analysts remain cautious about underestimating China’s capabilities and warn against comparisons with Russia. The report explored the backgrounds of more than 300 of the PLA’s top officers across its five services – army, navy, air force,

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Chinese actor and singer Li Yifeng arrested for prostitution

A top Chinese celebrity has been hit with harmful prostitution charges, with a string of big brands now turning their backs on him. This week, news broke that actor and singer Li Yifeng had been detained in Beijing for “repeatedly soliciting prostitution”. The 35-year-old also reportedly confessed to the charges. Before details became public, her

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Philippines’ new president hits back at Chinese incursions

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has stepped up efforts to repel Chinese incursions, staging 52 protests against Beijing over disputes in the South China Sea. The diplomatic protests were lodged against what the Philippines called China’s “illegal presence” in the South China Sea, where China has conducted

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