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JPMorgan Sees Surge in Fees From U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) expects investment-banking fees from U.S.-listed Chinese companies to surge this year as they step up acquisitions, helping compensate for a drop in initial public offerings. Revenue from mergers advisory, acquisition ...

Chinese environmental activist faces prison sentence for publishing books
BEIJING – Liu Futang, a retired Chinese forestry official who became an environmental activist campaigning against deforestation and overdevelopment on Hainan Island, was put on trial this week for illegally publishing and distributing books on ...

Bless the Crass Chinese Tourist
BEIJING — On Monday, I boarded a plane from Rome to Beijing packed with Chinese tour groups returning from their Golden Week vacations in Europe. After sun-drenched, insouciant Italy, the rowdy cabin was a shock. Turning to a Chinese tour guide on my ...

Writer Mo Yan in Delicate Nobel Dance With Chinese Authorities
A day after winning the Nobel Prize for literature, Chinese novelist Mo Yan said he hoped China's other Nobel winner, jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo, can “achieve his freedom” soon. The comments, made in response to a question at a press conference on ...

In Search of the Tonguegasm
The first stage of Sichuan addiction — experimentation — is brief and violent. You either get out immediately, vanquished and penitent, or something inside you changes. Inside your stomach and inside your brain, the surge of dopamine alters the ...

Top 4 seeds advance to set up Shanghai Masters semis: Federer vs Murray ...
Top 4 seeds advance to set up Shanghai Masters semis: Federer vs Murray ...

How Cloud Computing Could Be the Future of Education
In a Chinese classroom, a teacher needs to face more than 20 students and sometimes up to 60. These students, and their parents, will always want to get the most attention from the teacher. This is an educational challenge faced by schools the world ...

Night Bike Among Shanghai's Secrets
"HOLD YOUR BREATH! Public toilet!" Wu Bato shouted as we rode our bicycles through a narrow alley between tenements that house migrants from the countryside in the shadows of Shanghai's neon-draped skyscrapers. It was nighttime, the alleys were ...

Zhang Weiying: China's Anti-Keynesian Insurgent
By ABHEEK BHATTACHARYA. Beijing. It's a rare afternoon in the Chinese capital when smog hasn't blocked the skies, and one of China's most famous economists is in a sanguine mood. The economy is in trouble as the Communist Party heads for a ...

Solyndra, Claiming Foul Play, Sues Its Chinese Rivals
Bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra has filed a $1.5bn lawsuit against Suntech Power Holdings Co. and other players in the Chinese solar industry, Bloomberg reports today, with the U.S. company claiming it was driven out of business by an illegal ...

China Row Hangs Over Japanese GDP
The recent flare-up in a long-standing territorial dispute between China and Japan is emerging as a potential new threat to Japan's economy, broader regional growth and multinationals' global supply chains. In the latest warning sign, the Japanese ...

China's mid-level party officials spend professional training time cultivating ...
China's mid-level party officials spend professional training time cultivating ...

Turning Point for Suits Over Chinese Drywall
While she was not thrilled with the move, Ms. Stephens explained, “We would have rather lived in a tent in our backyard than put our kids back in our house.” The bigger house had been renovated with Chinese-made drywall, and Ms. Stephens contends that ...

A Chinese Record-Breaker's Finale in Watercolors
Just before Chinese artist Zao Wou-ki hung up his brushes, he produced one last burst of brilliantly vivid watercolors. Now, a Hong Kong gallery and a French museum are capitalizing on his fame—he's the top-selling living Chinese artist at auction—by ...

China's September Exports Rise 9.9%, Exceeding Estimates
China's exports expanded at a faster pace for the second month and import growth resumed, adding to signs global demand is recovering after overseas shipments from Taiwan and South Korea beat estimates. Sales abroad increased 9.9 percent in ...

schools for party bureaucrats struggle
In China, schools for party bureaucrats struggle with mission. The students — largely middle-age government officials looking for promotions — no longer see their mandatory time at the schools as a chance to immerse themselves in the wisdom of ...

TABLE-Breakdown of China's Sept money and credit data
BEIJING, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Following is a breakdown of China's money supply for September released by the People's Bank of China on Saturday. For a story on the data, see Money supply (percent change from a year earlier): Sep Aug Jul Jun May Apr Mar ...

China Hotel Employee In Bo Xilai Case, Punished For Posting Details In Bo ...
China Hotel Employee In Bo Xilai Case, Punished For Posting Details In Bo ...

Andy Murray to face Novak Djokovic in Shanghai Masters final
(Kin Cheung/ Associated Press ) - Andy Murray of Britain returns a shot to Roger Federer of Switzerland during the men's singles semifinal match at the Shanghai Masters tennis tournament at Qizhong Forest Sports City Tennis Center in Shanghai, China, ...

China Exports Rise, Hinting at a Glimmer of a Revival
HONG KONG — China's exports to the United States and Southeast Asia rose last month while the country's money supply expanded faster than expected, Chinese government agencies said on Saturday, in the first signs that the Chinese economy might be ...

Nephew of escaped Chinese activist likely to be indicted over fight with officials
BEIJING — Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng said authorities “declared war” on justice when local police recommended his nephew be indicted over a scuffle with officials after the blind legal advocate's dramatic escape from house arrest. Chen's escape ...

In Ohio Democratic stronghold, Paul Ryan hits Obama on China currency
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Seeking to build on the momentum the GOP White House ticket has picked up in recent weeks, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Saturday made an appeal to voters in a Democratic area of this manufacturing state, arguing that President ...

How US business can win against China
Ezra Klein. Biden had a clear purpose: Stop the bleeding. Buck up the troops. Make all those Dems out there who've been fighting for the Obama campaign feel that the Obama campaign is also fighting for them. He did it. Their campaign ads have drawn the ...

North Korea's progress seems to be more style than substance
North Korea's progress seems to be more style than substance. Despite new construction, fashions and items to buy, 'Day to day, our life is actually harder,' says one North Korean, who struggles to get enough to eat. print. Comments. 0 ...

Don't blame China for America's decline
Two things seem certain in modern presidential campaigns: Candidates will spend more time attacking each other than offering constructive alternatives, and one or both will attack China. In 1992, Bill Clinton accused President George H.W. Bush of ...

Romney, Ryan call China cheaters in global economy, Obama soft on the issue
Mitt Romney and running mate Rep. Paul Ryan on Saturday tagged China as "cheaters" in the global economy and accused President Obama of being soft on a country whose trade and currency policies are hurting the U.S. manufacturing sector and the ...

Han Han: World's Most Popular Blogger
The world's most widely read blogger is sitting—largely unrecognized—in a small Shanghai café, explaining his accidental career. “I didn't particularly want to write a blog—I felt a bestselling writer shouldn't provide their writing to readers free ...

An insider's take on China [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Oct. 13--Alan Thometz, director of transaction advisory services for accounting and consulting firm Grant Thornton, spent the last year living in Beijing and traveling in China to stay abreast of changes in the world's second-largest economy behind the ...

Prehistoric man ate pandas, Chinese scientist says
BEIJING – A Chinese scientist says that humans used to eat pandas. In a newspaper interview, Wei Guangbiao says prehistoric man ate the bears in what is now part of the city of Chongqing in southwest China. Wei, the head of the Institute of Three ...

China Draws Questions Over IMF Snub
By AARON BACK and BOB DAVIS. TOKYO—By pulling its top representatives from an international economic conference last week to make a point about its unhappiness with Tokyo over an unrelated territorial dispute, China raised questions of whether it ...


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