The increased scrutiny has led to an intended chilling effect, with Chinese foreign direct investment slowing since 2016.
Keeping the trade levies in place is seen as a way the U.S. can maintain leverage with China on a range of issues.
The U.S. set higher postage rates last year. E-commerce sellers in China are still scrambling to deal with the change.
Chinese students spend years mapping out the path to U.S. colleges. The pandemic has disrupted all of that.
Why is it sometimes cheaper for U.S. consumers to buy goods from China than from local vendors?
Chinese exporters have found ways to deal with the extra U.S. tariffs and those plans are not set to change under President-elect Joe Biden.
Some Chinese manufacturers do not expect the trade tensions with the U.S. to change much even with a Biden presidency.
Chinese officials seem to ignore the fact that they put up many obstacles for U.S. tech firms to operate in China.
The U.S. accuses Chinese actors of systematically stealing American ideas, including agricultural technology.
"The U.S. is bullying China," was the assessment of one security guard in the city.