Only 6,000 people over two nights will be allowed into the UNESCO World Heritage site for a light show to mark the Lantern Festival, signaling the end of the Lunar New Year holiday.
The two sides are racing to meet a March 1 deadline set by Trump for resolving the dispute.
Angela Gui, the detained bookseller’s daughter, was called to a meeting in Stockholm with the ambassador and two men — and told to keep quiet.
Trump is demanding structural reforms as part of the trade talks. That may be beyond Xi’s reach.
Xinjiang is on China’s “Belt and Road,” but it is also the site of a crackdown on Muslims.
China recycled the world’s trash for decades. But can it now handle its own waste? Skepticism abounds.
China promised greater intellectual property protections and technology “cooperation” rather than forced transfers from American firms to their Chinese partners.
Even companies are pushing women to get married, offering extra “dating leave” around the holiday.
The Justice Department announced an indictment against the telecom giant on the day Chinese negotiators arrived in Washington.
The North Korean leader's Singaporean hosts seemed to be daring Kim to think big ahead of his summit with Trump.