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  • Chinese pop stars publicly back Beijing on Hong Kong

  • HONG KONG — At least eight pop stars from mainland China and one each from Taiwan and Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for Beijing’s one-China policy, eliciting a mixture of disappointment and understanding from fans. Many of the statements came after protesters opposed to Beijing’s growing influence over semi-autonomous Hong Kong removed a...
  • At least four rookies on International Presidents Cup team

  • The International team for December's Presidents Cup will have at least four first-time players, after Mexico's Abraham Ancer, China's Li Haotong, Taiwan's C.T. Pan and Australian Cameron Smith all qualified for the team on Sunday.
  • Global Times editor Hu Xijin speaks to CNN

  • Hu Xijin, the outspoken editor-in-chief for a popular Chinese tabloid, Global Times, talks to CNN's Steven Jiang about his insight into the Chinese government's thinking on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the United States.
  • New owner Joseph Tsai wagers China, Durant will ‘Net’ him a win

  • Taiwanese-Canadian businessman Joseph Tsai bought the Brooklyn Nets for a record price — despite the fact that the team had the worst attendance in the NBA last year. It’s a gamble — but one that Tsai could win, experts said. Tsai, the co-founder and vice chair of Alibaba, became the new owner of the Nets...
  • Brett Yormark’s exit from Barclays a blow for boxing

  • The future of boxing in Brooklyn faces an uncertain future now that billionaire Joe Tsai is officially the new owner the Nets and Barclays Center. His takeover has triggered the resignation of Brett Yormark, who built Barclays Center into one of the top four boxing venues in the country. Tsai, a Taiwanese-Canadian businessman, bought the...

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