Technion Launches University in China
The Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology will offer three units: the College of Engineering; the College of Science; and the College of Life Science.
China and Israel Celebrate 25 Years of Diplomatic Relations
The link between the Israeli and Chinese peoples is an ancient one, dating from the Jewish community in Kaifeng a thousand years ago.
Avocado Paving the Way to Prosperity in Israel
Both Mehadrin and Galilee Exports reportedly plan to expand their avocado export operations to China and Japan.
US Worried China Will ID American Spies After Massive Cyber Hack
The US is worried the hack of millions of federal employee records will help the Chinese identify American spies.
Israeli, American NSAs to Meet on Iran, China
The Israeli delegation headed by Ben Shabbat includes senior officials from the defense and foreign ministries, as well as the IDF, Mossad and additional agencies.
Iran Deal: US and Allies are the Junior Varsity (Little League?)
The Iran nuclear deal allows continued uranium enrichment, a bunkered centrifuge center and no snap inspections. Lucky Iran.
Russian Deputy FM: Korean Apocalypse Could Happen
"I hope that a common sense, pragmatism and an instinct for self-preservation would prevail among our partners to exclude such a negative scenario."
Report: Israel Plans to Reject Chinese Bids to Set Up its 5G Network
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman is said to have pressured Israel’s communications minister during a meeting to block Chinese efforts to gain a foothold in Israel’s cellular network.
Pompeo Warns: US will Block Russia, China from Violating Iran Sanctions
The warning by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo came one day after the United States initiated the mechanism for the U.N. Security Council to snapback sanctions on Iran.
North Korea to Indict 2 Detained Americans
North Korea is planning to indict two American tourists being held on arbitrary charges for unspecified crimes.
Iran Signs Deal With China for Fighter Jets Designed By Israel
Iran has signed its first deal to purchase fighter jets from China - designed with Israeli technology.
Thousands of Chinese Construction Workers to Arrive in Israel
'The wheels are starting to move, and soon the Chinese workers will arrive in Israel [and] completely change the face of the construction and infrastructure industry in Israel, contributing to stability and sanity for many years.'
China Turns Tables on Trump Administration in Massive Iran Deal
The European signatories on the JCPOA are interested in restoring the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, with or without the US.
Iran and Saudi Arabia Restore Relations
Tehran and Riyadh will reopen their embassies and restore diplomatic relations.
China Sends Nuclear-Capable Bombers to Frighten Taiwan
The Pentagon has had to revise its estimates of how many nuclear warheads China will possess by the end of this decade.
Taiwan Denies Reports it Shot Down Chinese Su-35 that Violated Its Airspace
Taiwan is a major investor in the autonomous region of Guangxi, with more than a thousand Taiwanese startups and close to $5 billion in exports.
Trump WH Riding Israel Hard on Chinese Hi Tech Investments
"They just blew up at us," senior Israeli officials said last November about a meeting with US officials about the increased Chinese involvement in large-scale infrastructure projects in Israel.
COVID-19 Returns, May Be Mutating in Northeastern China
Patients in northeastern China are carrying the virus for a longer period and taking longer to recover as defined by a negative nucleic acid test.
Netanyahu Meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping
'There are vast and rapid changes in technology, which Israel excels in that we believe that we could cooperate in.'
France Says ‘Everything On The Table’ in Nuclear Talks With Iran
The P5+1 group of world powers negotiating with Iran for a nuclear deal believes it's "time to decide."
China Report Slams US Human Rights Violations, Anti-Semitism
The report cites President Trump's derogatory remarks against Muslims and Mexican immigrants, which won the enthusiastic endorsement of white supremacists harboring anti-Semitic, Racist and anti-Muslim ideologies.
PLO Outraged at UN Secretary-General Over Jerusalem ‘Bias’
The PLO is demanding an "apology to the Palestinian people" from UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres.
Chinese Twitter Accounts Suspended for Allegedly Trying to Affect Israel Election
Twitter has suspended dozens of Hebrew-language accounts operated by the Church of Almighty God—a Christian group banned in China that believes Jesus has been reincarnated as a Chinese female now residing in Queens, N.Y.—ahead of Tuesday’s Israeli elections.
Israel Heeds US Ask, Supports UNHRC Vote on China’s Detention of 1 Million Muslims
Israel's vote may mark a change in policy under the new government and the new Foreign Minister Yair Lapid (Yesh Atid).
Influential Chicago Jewish Federation Says ‘No’ to IranDeal
The influential Jewish Federation of Chicago joins the growing opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.
Chinese Consortium to Buy Israeli Games Company Playtika for $4.4 Billion
Playtika's games are played daily by more than 6 million people in 190 countries, in 12 languages and on more than 10 platforms.
Israel Expresses Condolences over Death of Chinese Ambassador
FM Ashkenazi expressed “sincere condolences on the sudden and tragic passing of H.E. Du Wei, the People’s Republic of China’s Ambassador.”
Israeli Mezuzahs to be Shipped to China Held a Surprise
The creatures were a unique species of harvesting ants that are found specifically in the Negev region.
‘Greater Israeli-Chinese Collaboration’: Israel’s President Herzog and China’s President Xi Have First Talk
Xi noted that Herzog’s late father, Chaim Herzog, Israel’s sixth president, was the first Israeli head of state to visit China upon the establishment of diplomatic ties, and Herzog said he was proud of his father’s role in this historic event.
Pompeo Threatens China, Russia with Sanctions if They Sell Arms to Iran
“Having Chinese tanks, or Chinese air-defense systems or defensive missile systems in Iran in the first instance threatens the people of Iran, in the second instance, threatens the people of the Middle East, and the next people who come under threat are the people who live in Europe,” said U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.