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US President Donald Trump on Aug 6 ordered sweeping restrictions against Chinese-owned social media giants TikTok and WeChat that could strangle their ability to operate in the United States.
Vietnamese hackers began targeting Chinese government officials at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak in the early days of 2020, when the threat of pandemic had barely registered elsewhere in the world, according to findings by cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
Social media anger from Chinese nationalists over a Thai internet model's comments has set off a regional storm uniting pro-democracy campaigners against pro-Beijing cyber-warriors, with insults and mocking memes flying back and forth.
Forced apart by the coronavirus pandemic, South-East Asian leaders linked up by video on April 14 to plot a strategy to overcome a crisis that has threatened their economies and kept millions of people in their homes under lockdowns.
Academics say US president’s policies have been a catalyst for innovation. But Communist Party official says Trump’s role not significant enough to merit mention in official documents.
The growing international popularity of romances or martial arts epics may prove more effective than state-sanctioned efforts to assert soft power. Such efforts include the global spread of state media news bureaus and the use of Confucius Institutes to teach language and culture.
Vietnam ordered an automobile importer to remove navigation apps that show maps reflecting Chinese territorial claims that are rejected by Hanoi, adding to a wave of pushback against map’s showing the "nine-dash line”.
Tencent Holdings Ltd is teaming up with the Chinese Communist Party apparatus to develop “patriotic” videogames, edging closer to a government that’s increasingly intolerant of gaming.
Chinese gaming companies, including giants Tencent and NetEase, unveiled new titles at an industry meet that show off socialist values and patriotic themes amid stricter state censorship and a push to back Communist Party propaganda.
Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc haven’t detected Chinese meddling in the 2018 elections, company officials said, casting doubt on claims by US President Donald Trump that the Asian nation is trying to interfere.