中国斡旋促成沙伊复交,中东兴起“和解潮”. Beijing News. 9 April, 2023.

Is China set to lose its superpower status? Business Leader. April/May, 2023.

China to evaluate universities with ‘ideological index’. Times Higher Education. 3 April, 2023.

Online trolls are taking a toll in China. BBC News. 27 March, 2023.

China just brokered an historic deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia: Is Ukraine next? Time. 15 March, 2023.

Tensions between China and Taiwan explained. National World. 15 March, 2023.

Gambling: Who are the betting firms sponsoring your team? BBC News. 14 March, 2023.

El desafío que supone para Occidente el tercer mandato de Xi Jinping en China. El Tiempo. 12 March, 2023.

Why China, Russia’s Biggest Backer, Now Says It Wants to Broker Peace in Ukraine. Time. 23 Feb, 2023.

美國參院通過對台灣五年百億美元的「無償軍援」意味著什麼?BBC Chinese. 20 Dec, 2022.

孔子学院下台,鲁班工坊接棒?中国职教中心进驻一带一路国家. Voice of America. 6 Nov, 2022.

Xi’s Fiery Taiwan Rhetoric Raises Risk of War in His Third Term. Bloomberg. 17 Oct, 2022.

Will Liz Truss live up to hawkish language on China if she becomes Britain’s next prime minister? SCMP. 4 Sept, 2022.

China probes defeat by Evergrande youth football team. Financial Times. 24 Aug, 2022.

Two finalists in race for British PM unlikely to lead to big changes in Sino-UK relations. South China Morning Post. 21 July, 2022.

El plan de un comandante de EEUU para frenar a China en una invasión de Taiwán. La Razon. 4 July, 2022.

Confucius Institutes Returning to U.S. Schools Under New Name. Voice of America. 27 June, 2022.

改头换面的孔子学院 无所不在的中国威胁?VOA. 23 June, 2022.

China’s tattoo ban for minors criticised as circular logic and irrational fear of difference, but many welcome new rules. South China Morning Post. 20 June, 2022.

A Chinese Naval Base in Cambodia Signals a New Era of Competition in the Asia-Pacific Region. Time. 8 June, 2022.

“东方美”、“中国风”,中国为何掀起国潮热?VOA. 2 Feb, 2022

La Chine a fleur de peau. SoFoot. 6 Jan, 2022.

China: The death of a man bullied for being ‘effeminate’. BBC News. 15 Dec, 2021.

Communist Party cancel culture targets internet celebrities. The Economist. 30 Nov, 2021.

The Chinese Super League: From unprecedented salaries to uncertain restart date, unpaid wages and deepening turmoil. The Athletic. 28 Nov, 2021.

Peng Shuai’s assault allegation focuses attention on China’s elite political factions. Financial Times. 27 Nov, 2021.

Tennis star’s assault claim forces west to rethink its China approach. Financial Times. 24 Nov, 2021.

What happens to China’s disappeared – and why do so few in the West care? Telegraph. 21 Nov, 2021.

China Tells Effeminate Male Celebrities to Man Up. Voice of America. 26 Sept, 2021.

China-US ties remain rocky despite freedom for ‘Michaels’ and Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou. Financial Times. 26 Sept 2021.

Beijing Targets Megastars and Their Fan Clubs. Voice of America. 14 Sept 2021

Explained: China’s curbs on its entertainment industry. Indian Express. 9 Sept 2021

China Turns to Rap to Promote Policies at Home and Abroad. Voice of America. 6 Sept 2021.

台灣語言學習中心進軍美國, 挑戰中國的孔子學院? BBC Chinese. 13 Aug 2021.

Tensions mounting in the South China Sea as China’s military power grows. Redaction Report. 12 Aug 2021.

UK naval moves in South China Sea. Redaction Report. 8 Aug 2021.

South China Sea warning as US policy ‘under attack’ amid Joe Biden’s arms sale to Taiwan. Sunday Express. 8 Aug 2021.

Football’s relentless search for the ‘Asian fan’. Financial Times. 2 June, 2021

China’s Own Goal. The Wire China. 28 March, 2021.

China retail king’s woes temper Xi’s football fantasy. Financial Times. 9 March, 2021

Suning’s Chinese Super League collapse and what it means for Inter Milan. The Athletic. 7 March 2021

Taiwan Reaches Out to International Media and NGOs. AmCham Taiwan. 17 Feb 2021.

Inside China’s quiet campaign to bend international institutions to its own agenda. The Telegraph. 14 Dec, 2020

China’s Insistence That Taiwan Isn’t a Country Starts Backfiring. Bloomberg. 10 Oct, 2020.

Exit China, enter the US. Who wants to own a European football club? The Athletic. 23 Sep, 2020.

Premier League’s Chinese streaming deal: ‘There’s more to this than just money’. The Athletic. 3 Sep, 2020.

台灣總統蔡英文會晤訪台捷克參議長:此次訪問如何挑動中捷和中歐關係. BBC Chinese. 3 Sep, 2020.

Protests erupt in Inner Mongolia over China’s plans for teaching in Mandarin. The Telegraph. 1 Sep, 2020.

Taiwan builds on recognition with Czech delegation. AFP. 30 Aug, 2020.

战狼访欧求和 欧洲不太领情?RFA. 28 Aug, 2020.

U.S. praises Taiwan’s coronavirus strategy in highest-level visit since 1979. Washington Post. 11 Aug, 2020.

U.S. Visit to Taiwan Begins, Adding to Rising China Tensions. Bloomberg. 9 Aug, 2020

Taiwan will reopen Guam office, a sign of stronger ties with the US in the face of tension with China. SCMP. 3 July, 2020.

Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen riding high into second term as Trump fights China. Bloomberg. 20 May, 20.

蔡英文就職連任台灣總統, 四年功過及未來挑戰. BBC. 20 May, 2020.

Taiwan’s Success in Coronavirus Fight Poses Challenge to China. Wall Street Journal. 11 April, 2020.

Taiwan’s pro-China KMT stakes future on young new leader. Bloomberg. 8 March, 2020.

With Mass Team Ouster, China Stumbles on Rush to Soccer Success. Sixthtone. 4 March, 2020.

Heroes and villains: Beijing crafts its narrative on virus outbreak. AFP. 16 Feb, 2020.

V Číne zabíja nielen vírus, ale aj cenzúra. Pravda. 8 Feb, 2020.

China is a massive headache for Europe. CNN. 24 Jan, 2020.

What does Tsai Ing-wen’s landslide Taiwan election win mean for tense China relations? Express. 19 Jan, 2020.

Your move, Xi – why China won’t risk its global role for the sake of Iran. Redaction Politics. 17 Jan 2020

Taiwan Presidential Election May Offer Case Study for the U.S. Barron’s. 14 Jan, 2020.

Rebuking China, Taiwan Votes To Reelect President Tsai Ing-wen. NPR. 11 Jan, 2020.

Beijing loathe to ease pressure despite Taiwan election landslide. AFP. 11 Jan, 2020.

Entangled US-China-Taiwan relations likely just got more complicated after President Tsai Ing-wen’s big re-election victory. SCMP. 11 Jan, 2020.

What you need to know about Taiwan’s 2020 general elections. Al Jazeera. 10 Jan, 2020.

U.S.-China Power Struggle on the Ballot in Taiwan’s Election. Bloomberg. 10 Jan, 2020.

Scotland could help China score big on world football stage. The Scotsman. 28 Nov, 2019.

For NBA and other sports leagues, a difficult tightrope to business in China. ESPN. 19 Oct, 2019.

The World Tonight. BBC Radio 4. 15 Oct, 2019

Beijing used ‘visa blackmail’ to try and stop Taiwan visit, US congressman claims. SCMP. 14 Oct, 2019.

Blizzard bans video game star after he supports Hong Kong protests. CBS News. 8 Oct, 2019.

U.S. companies walk a fine line when doing business with China. AP. 8 Oct, 2019.

NBA, Rockets face backlash from Chinese fans after tweet in support of Hong Kong protesters. Washington Post. 7 Oct, 2019

Su Beng, a Father of Taiwan Independence, Dies at 100. New York Times. 5 Oct, 2019.

China: progreso a costo de libertades. Metro. 1 Oct, 2019.

Can Taiwan counter China’s ‘diplomatic aggression’? Deutsche-Welle. 27 Sept, 2019.

China seeks to influence academic freedom on foreign campuses. Index on Censorship. 27 Aug, 2019.

China suspends individual tourist permits to Taiwan before election. Financial Times. 31 July, 2019.

China recruits kindergartens to kick Xi Jinping’s ambitious soccer superpower goal by 2050. ABC. 31 July, 2019.

How China uses infrastructure as a means of control. World Finance. 30 July, 2019.

From Cardiff to Nanjing via Madrid: Bale set for £1m-a-week China deal. The Observer. 28 Jul 2019

‘Outsider’ hopes for success in Taiwan poll as China looms. Al Jazeera. 27 July, 2019.

O rato que ruge: nas ruas de Hong Kong, milhares desafiam Pequim. Veja. 21 June, 2019.

Closer China-Russia ties ‘could shift academic freedom norms’. Times Higher Education. 18 June, 2019.

Taiwan’s president holds off primary challenge in race that’s all about China. Washington Post. 13 June, 2019.

X-ing Out Xinjiang. Inside Higher Ed. 20 May, 2019.

Tense future for US-China ties, with or without trade deal. AFP. 12 May, 2019.

Taiwan wehrt sich gegen Chinas Einflussnahme. Deutsche-Welle. 7 May, 2019

Chinese Authorities Raze Catholic Church Building. National Catholic Register. 11 April, 2019.

China is the big winner from Europe’s Brexit chaos. CNN. 27 March, 2019.

Taiwan’s 2020 election campaign is already kicking off. Washington Post.  25 Feb, 2019.

China contra las compañías ‘zombies’. El Periodico. 16 Feb, 2019.

Taiwan calls for international support in face of China pressureFinancial Times. 24 Jan, 2019.

La Chine parviendra-t-elle à récupérer Taïwan? Le Figaro. 13 Jan, 2019.

China’s ‘Facebook of cosmetic surgery’ faces uncertain future. China Economic Review. 7 Jan, 2019.

Even Taiwan’s China-Friendly Opposition Cool to Beijing’s Plan. Bloomberg. 3 Jan, 2019.

Unification Plan From China Finds Few Takers in Taiwan. New York Times. 2 Jan, 2019.

中美角力白热化 2019成台湾议题关键年. Deutsche-Welle Chinese. 2 Jan, 2019.

Taipei mayor courts controversy, wins votes. Kyodo News. 28 Dec, 2018.

Taipei mayor plans US trip as worries build over pro-China views. Financial Times. 18 Dec, 2018.

美议员吁正视台湾主权 专家:对两岸政策影响有限. Deutsche-Welle Chinese. 13 Dec, 2018.

The big cover-up. CKGBS Knowledge. Fall 2018, pp 64-67.

Pro-China Party’s Big Win in Taiwan Puts Tsai Future in Doubt. Bloomberg. 26 Nov, 2018.

Taiwan’s pro-independence party crushed in local elections. AFP. 25 Nov, 2018.

Shock Taiwan local elections result casts doubt over China policy. Financial Times. 25 Nov, 2018.

Divided Taiwan to vote in key test for ruling party. AFP. 21 Nov, 2018.

Na China, atos dos cidadãos valerão pontos e limitarão seus projetos. Veja. 15 Nov, 2018.

Dog owners banned from walking their dogs in public or during the day in Chinese city. The Independent. 7 Nov, 2018.

Military tensions around Taiwan could make it harder to resolve the trade war. CNBC. 26 Oct, 2018

Taiwan’s youth shun government ahead of local polls. Financial Times. 25 Oct, 2018.

Taiwanese protesters step up calls for independenceFinancial Times. 20 Oct, 2018.

Taiwan’s independence rally draws thousands, irks ChinaDeutsche Welle. 19 Oct, 2018.

Taiwan to hold mass independence rally in challenge to Beijing. AFP. 17 Oct, 2018.

WeChat, China’s Weapon of Mass Propaganda? OZY. 12 Oct, 2018.

China Dreams of Football. Quartz. 11 Oct, 2018.

China film star Fan Bingbing fined $70m for tax evasion. Financial Times. 3 Oct, 2018.

Vatikan geht auf Peking zu – und Taiwan? Deutsche Welle. 24 Sept, 2018.

China comes out ahead in Vatican deal. AFP. 23 Sept, 2018.

Vatican, China ink agreement. AFP. 22 Sept, 2018.

Amid crackdown on artists, Chinese movie star Fan Bingbing has disappeared. Reuters. 14 Sept, 2018.

Blockbuster drama about scheming concubines heralds growth of Chinese cultural influence abroad. The Telegraph. 25 Aug, 2018.

Beijing seeks broader control. CNBC. 22 Aug, 2018.

Taiwan fights for allies and identity amid Chinese pressure. AFP. 22 Aug, 2018.

Taiwan’s Tsai Travels in Face of China Diplomatic Onslaught. Associated Press. 10 Aug, 2018.

Not Feeling Safe in China. Inside Higher Ed. 23 July, 2018.

美軍艦通過台灣海峽 貿易戰背景下美中對峙或升溫. BBC. 11 July, 2018.

All aboard China’s propaganda express for Xi Jinping’s ‘New Era’. South China Morning Post. 3 July, 2018.

Transfer fee: Don’t sell your football club to a Chinese investor who then disappears. Big Issue. 27 June, 2018.

Why the US and China’s brutal supercomputer war matters. Wired. 19 June, 2018.

The Trump-Kim summit is overshadowing a big moment for Taiwan. Quartz. 11 June, 2018.

Kim’s wingman: Air China flight shows Beijing’s influence. AFP. 11 June, 2018.

Keeping Tracks. URN. 9 June, 2018.

大陆对台施压旨在警示美可能面对风险. 聯合早報. 2 June, 2018.

Chinas Druck treibt Taiwan zur Partnersuche. Deutsche Welle. 30 May, 2018.

China bookshops offer an old-school reading experience in the digital age. SCMP. 28 May, 2018.

Taiwan diplomacy harder than ever in US-China tug of war. AFP. 26 May, 2018.

Selling With Selfies. CKGSB Knowledge. Vol. 29, Spring 2018.

Taiwan opposition ditches pro-China overtures ahead of poll. Financial Times. 8 May, 2018.

Dominican Republic drops Taiwan for China. Inkstone. 1 May, 2018.

Abtrünnige Provinz. Ueber Medien. 1 May, 2018.

Tariffs show Trump doesn’t want China’s help with North Korea. CNN. 23 March, 2018.

The new helmsman: Xi Jinping’s re-election brings comparison with Mao. The Guardian. 18 March, 2018.

Xi Jinping can be president for life as Chinese parliament removes term limit. Hindustan Times. 11 March, 2018.

Wary Taiwan eyes growing shadow of China’s Xi. AFP. March 7, 2018.

President, or Emperor? Xi Jinping pushes China back to one-man rule. CNN. Feb 27, 2018.

Censura y propaganda para contener el descontento. La Nacion. Feb 27, 2018.

Why China’s president may never have to retire — and what that means. USA Today. Feb 26, 2018

‘Emperor Xi’? China gambles on return to lifetime rule. AFP. Feb 26, 2018.

La Chine fait le pari risqué d’un «empereur Xi» présidentiable à vie. Liberation. Feb 26, 2018.

Chinese football tax ends world-beating transfer boom. Financial Times. Feb 23, 2018.

メイ首相が訪中へ「黄金時代」の両国関係. Mainichi Shimbun. Jan 30, 2018.

Communist Party seeks to seize ‘historic’ moment to reshape world order. SCMP. Jan 18, 2018.

Caught In A Crossfire: Chinese Students Abroad. SupChina. Jan 18, 2018

Thanks, but No, Thanks. Inside Higher Ed. Jan 16, 2018.

Declining fortunes of West fuel suspicions about China. Xinhua. Jan 12, 2018.

How can scholars tackle the rise of Chinese censorship in the West? Times Higher Ed. Jan 4, 2018

China’s ‘Long Arm’. Inside Higher Ed. Jan 3, 2018.

「共諜」價碼曝光?新黨堅稱王炳忠「只是證人」. BBC. Jan 2, 2018.

Apple, Google at Chinese internet fest shows lure of market. Associated Press. Dec 4, 2017.

Trump reclama proteccionismo y Xi ensalza la globalizaciónEl Periódico de Aragón. Nov 11, 2017.

Trump en Asia: mucho aspaviento, magros resultados. Proceso. Nov 10, 2017.

Beijing’s endgame: football with Chinese characteristicsFinancial Times. Nov 9, 2017.

En China, una visita asimétrica con un líder elevado a emperador y otro debilitado. La Nacion. Nov 9, 2017.

China censorship drive splits leading academic publishers. Financial Times. Nov 5, 2017.

Xi’s ‘New Era’ Risks Boosting Tension Between China and the West. Bloomberg. Nov 2 2017.

Outcry as latest global publisher bows to China censorsFinancial Times. Nov 1, 2017

With ideology enshrined in CPC constitution, Xi Jinping in same league as MaoHindustan Times. Oct 17, 2017.

中共领导的中国创造世界发展奇迹. People’s Daily 人民日報. Oct 17, 2017.

Wide-ranging changes likely as China gears for Communist party congress. Hindustan Times. Oct 17, 2017.

Xi to put his stamp on Chinese history at Party Congress opening. Bloomberg. Oct 17, 2017.

廈門金磚峰會有甚麼成果?BBC. Sept 5, 2017.

China: El nuevo “Timonel”. Proceso. Sept 5, 2017.

Blunt instrument? What a list of banned articles says about China’s censors. Reuters. Aug 23, 2017.

Curtailing academic freedom is China’s latest export to the world. Financial Times. Aug 22, 2017.

Second academic journal published by Cambridge University Press says China tried to block articles. South China Morning Post. Aug 22, 2017.

After Criticism, Publisher Reverses Decision to Bow to China’s Censors. New York Times. Aug 21, 2017

Academics sound warning after journal censors at Beijing’s request. Reuters. Aug 21, 2017.

Outrage Over University Press Caving in to Chinese Censorship. Inside Higher Ed. Aug 21, 2017.

Cambridge University Press kow-tows to Chinese demand to remove critical articles after Beijing threatened to block its website. Daily Mail. Aug 19, 2017.

中國施壓 劍橋內地刪300期刊文章 5篇香港為主題眾聞. Aug 19, 2017.

Cambridge University Press Removes Articles From Chinese Website. Wall Street Journal. Aug 18, 2017.

Cambridge University Press limits access to articles in China. Financial Times. Aug 18, 2017.

China Steals Spotlight at Asean While Tillerson Keeps Low Profile. Bloomberg. Aug 9, 2017.

1H2017 Review: Taiwan. Asia Sentinel. July 18, 2017.

World leaders call for release of Liu Xiaobo’s widow but stop short of hard lineSouth China Morning Post. July 6, 2017.

La Chine ferme les vannes. SoFoot July 11, 2017.

Where did the ‘bromance’ go between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump? South China Morning Post. July 6, 2017.

Chinese whispers scarce after rules put brakes on CSL’s megastar transfers. Guardian. July 2, 2017.

Diplomatic victory for China as Panama ditches Taiwan. Financial Times. June 13, 2017.

China Diplomatic Moves Punish Taiwan Without Gutting Economy. Bloomberg. June 13, 2017.

Taiwan ist sauer auf Panama – und auf ChinaDeutsche Welle. June 13, 2017.

Taiwan nach einem Jahr Tsai Ing-wenDeutsche Welle. May 22, 2017.

Rés a pajzson. Nepszava. May 22, 2017.

More trouble ahead for Taiwan’s Tsai after rocky year. AFP. May 10, 2017.

WHO setzt Taiwan vor die Tür. Deutsche Welle. May 9, 2017.

How Informal Meeting Between Xi, Trump May Help Reduce TensionsSputnik. Mar 29, 2017.

Beijing’s South China Sea Comments Targeted at Canberra Not Washington. Sputnik. Mar 25, 2017.

China’s Global Times: Are Paper’s Warnings of War With U.S. Legitimate? NBC. Jan 13, 2017.

Taiwan works to keep its Central America friends. New York Times. Jan 13, 2017.

Beijing to watch Taiwan’s Tsai closely during US transitsSouth China Morning Post. Jan 8, 2017.

Call to Trump over Taiwan may have been planned. Today. Dec 8, 2016.

China struggles to make sense of Trump and his phone call with Taiwan. Los Angeles Times. Dec 7, 2016.

Phone call fallout: how analysts see China reacting. South China Morning Post. Dec 3, 2016.

Obama plays down significance of alleged airport snub by China ahead of G-20 summit. Japan Times. Sept 4, 2016.

Cracks emerge in China’s image as Obama snubbed at G20 summit. Globe and Mail. Sept 4, 2016.

China’s Football Revolution Kicks Into Overdrive. AP. Sept 2, 2016.

Grading Tsai Ing-wen’s first 100 days in office. Straits Times. Aug 27, 2016.

‘Hong Kong could suffer if Britain seeks closer ties with Beijing after leaving EU’. South China Morning Post. July 17, 2016.

La ruptura con la UE deja herida la “era dorada” con ChinaLa Nacion. July 3, 2016.

China Suspends Diplomatic Contact With TaiwanNew York Times, June 25, 2016.

Taiwan Bars Ex-President From Visiting Hong Kong. New York Times, June 14, 2016.

Multinationals under pressure over Asia taboos. Financial Times, June 10, 2016.

Taiwan’s new president Tsai Ing-wen vows to reduce dependence on Beijing. The Guardian, May 20, 2016.

Ni alcohol, ni affaires, ni detectives: nada se salva de la censura china. La Nacion. Mar 16, 2016.

Pakistan’s military modernization. Eurasia Studies Society of Great Britain & Europe. Mar, 2016.

Fallen hero: How the tide turned for Taiwan’s Ma. AFP, May 13, 2016.

在大选月,寻找一个真实的台湾. New York Times 中文網, Feb 3, 2016.

Beijing warns Taiwan after Tsai wins presidencyAFP, Jan 17, 2016.

Taiwan’s New Leader Faces a Weak Economy and China’s MightNew York Times, Jan 16, 2016.

Tsai Ing-wen to be most powerful woman in Chinese-speaking worldGuardian, Jan 15, 2016.

Could Taiwan Be First in Asia with Marriage Equality? Foreign Policy, Jan 14, 2016.

Taiwan Opposition Seeks Legislature Vote Win for Freer HandBloomberg, Jan 14, 2016.

Tsai on track for Taiwan poll victoryFinancial Times, Jan 13, 2016.

Singer’s Apology for Waving Taiwan Flag Stirs Backlash of Its OwnNew York Times, Jan 13, 2016.

Taiwan presidential candidates clash over China policyAFP, Dec 27 2015.

Histórico: se reunieron los presidentes de China y Taiwán. La Nacion. 8 Nov 2015.

馬習會: 北京逼蔡英文拿出誠意. 蘋果日報,Nov 8, 2015.

Meeting With Taiwan Reflects Limits of China’s CheckbookNew York Times, Nov 6, 2015.

As Taiwan’s Workers Flock to China, Concerns About Economy GrowNew York Times, Nov 6, 2015.

Fearing Election Losses, Taiwan’s Governing Party Drops Its Presidential CandidateNew York Times, Oct 17, 2015.

Wildcard Hung takes gamble on Taiwan presidency for ailing KMTAFP, Jul 12 2015.

Mayor’s Race Could Alter Balance of Political Power in TaiwanNew York Times, Nov 27, 2014.

Concession Offered, Taiwan Group to End Protest of China Trade PactNew York Times, Apr 7, 2014.