China announced last week that it would hold an international contest to name its first moon...
Oct 6, 2011
Last week was a proud one for China. Two days before celebrating its 62nd anniversary, the PRC successfully launched Tiangong-1. Asian Scientist provides the details: On Thursday night, China took a giant leap in its manned...
Feb 2, 2011
The Telegraph has obtained files from Wikileaks that show the U.S. and China were engaged in a skirmish after each country used missiles to shoot down their own satellites: The two nuclear superpowers both shot down their own...
Feb 2, 2007
From The Washington Times: The Bush administration has suspended plans to develop space ventures with China, including joint exploration of the moon, in reaction to Beijing’s Jan. 11 test of an anti-satellite weapon that left orbiting debris threatening U.S. and foreign satellites. National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman Jason Sharp said the weapon test undermined […]
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- Journal of Contemporary China – Invented Borders: The Tension Between Grassroots Patriotism and State-led Patriotic Campaigns in China
- NYT – A Tiananmen Square Musical Worries About China’s Glare
- Global Voices – In China, questions remain ahead of Huawei’s launch of the Mate 60 phone series
- Rest of World – Heavily persecuted, highly influential: China’s online feminist revolution
- Sky News – Chinese state media appears to censor one of its own videos