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Xi Jinping suggests dissent is OK, while internet videos are removed from Weibo

Xi Jinping suggested it was acceptable for citizens to disagree with the Chinese government in his first public remarks since…

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Putin invites his ‘dear friend’ Xi Jinping to Moscow for meeting via video call

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping vowed on Friday to deepen their bilateral cooperation against the backdrop…

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China’s Xi Jinping ‘demanded written explanation from Putin on how he planned to end war in Ukraine’

Chinese Prime Minister Xi Jinping demanded a written letter from the chastised Vladimir Putin on how he will end the…

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China’s protests are a warning to Xi Jinping from the youth

Frustration and grievances over China’s zero-COVID policy have sparked major protests in more than a dozen cities, on a scale…

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Demonstrator who led crowds calling for end of Xi Jinping and China’s Communist Party not been seen

Fears are growing for the safety of ‘Wang’, the protester who led crowds calling for the end of Xi Jinping…

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A massive show of force by China’s police for anti-lockdown protesters, silence from Xi Jinping

The commission’s statement, released after an extended session on Monday chaired by Chen Wenqing, a member of the party’s 24-member…

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Xi Jinping betrays the “grand bargain”

“From today, I’m not giving oral sex for public power,” said a protester in Beijing on Sunday. “Businesses are finding…

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Chinese Protesters Call on President Xi Jinping to Resign

Lockdown protesters in China are demanding the resignation of President Xi Jinping.

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Xi Jinping loomed large while on tour, but not everything went to plan

“Very naive,” Xi muttered off-camera as he walked away from the Canadian leader. By Friday, Trudeau’s name had been censored…

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Jinping and Albanese shared a joke. Beware the punchline

Now the Chinese language chief reminisced about assembly the Australian prime minister whose authorities first recognised Beijing, Gough Whitlam, to…

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