China’s Current Moon Rover is Taking Interesting New Photos

            Last January China landed the first ever robotics mission to the far side of the moon. China’s Chang’e-4 mission has done eight full days of science work in this new territory. Days and nights last roughly two weeks and the nights are deadly cold. Despite difficult conditions the rover finished up its seventh workday […]

China Builds World’s First Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Chip

A group of Chinese researchers at Tsinghua University recently created a chip that combines conventional artificial intelligence (AI) with an AI inspired by the human brain. The team claims this breakthrough could lead to a more naturalized AI. The researchers demonstrated the capabilities of the new chip in a video of a self-driving bicycle that […]

Spring 2019 Hong Kong Protests

Recent protests in Hong Kong occurred over a bill which would allow Hong Kong residents to be brought to court in mainland China for actions done in Hong Kong. More specifically, protesters in Hong Kong are concerned that freedom of expression is under attack because of fears that Hong Kong critics of China’s government might […]

Two Chinese Shipping Companies Designated by U.S. Last Week as Trade Talks Progress

The U.S. Treasury Department has placed designations last week upon two Chinese shipping companies due to their alleged assistance in violating sanctions on North Korea. Shipping industry sanctions on North Korea are related to concerns of materials reaching the North Korean nuclear weapons programs. China-US relations are characterized by strong economic interdependence as well as […]