Los Angeles (LA) Chinese Resources
VPNDada: Best VPNs for China
Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About


News Archive
Home > China News

China News 03/2013 (Page 5)



10 Chinese Dishes That You Won't Find In China
So, that got us thinking: What other types of culinary inaccuracies are being pawned off on us? Our minds went immediately to Chinese food which can vary as much from block to block as it does from East to West. It's true that much of what we eat here ...

Chinese birth tourism booms in Southern California
Any child born on U.S. soil is granted citizenship. Hundreds of expecting moms from Mexico have been crossing the border into Arizona to deliver their babies for years as a result. Now, a growing number of pregnant Chinese women are flying to the U.S ...

Exit Hu, Enter Xi: Changing of the Guard
This week, Beijing ushered in its new generation of leaders fronted by Xi Jinping to rule the world's most populous nation for the next ten years. During their decade-long reign, China will overtake the U.S. to become the world's largest superpower ...

US Court Fines Chinese Vitamin C Makers
SHANGHAI — A group of Chinese vitamin C makers was ordered by a U.S. District Court to pay $162.3 million in fines after a jury found the companies guilty of engaging in price-fixing. A jury in New York returned the verdict Thursday after a group of ...

Shanghai on a Dime? Pretty Close
Street signs in English, not-so-spicy cuisine, locals who don't stare, contemporary art galleries, modern youth hostels and even interpreter hot lines for cabdrivers who don't speak English. For independent travelers about to start an expedition into ...

An interview with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
Lally Weymouth is a senior associate editor of The Washington Post. Lee Kuan Yew founded Singapore and built the city-state from virtually nothing into a thriving economy and a leading financial center in Asia. His son, Lee Hsien Loong, has been prime ...

US to press China on cyber attacks, seek deeper ties: official
WASHINGTON | Fri Mar 15, 2013 12:30pm EDT. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will press China to take "serious steps" to stop cyber attacks directed at the United States and urge the administration of new Chinese President Xi ...

Beijing's Retirees Keep Eye Out for Trouble During Party Congress
BEIJING — Dressed in a new crimson windbreaker, a red cap and an armband emblazoned with “Capital Public Security Patrol,” Gao Fengping sat in a child-sized pink chair and vigilantly watched the midday bustle of a narrow back street. If a protest or ...

New Oriental Soars After Ambow BuyoutBid: China Overnight
New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. (EDU) rose the most since July in New York as a buyout offer for Chinese tutoring firm Ambow Education Holding Ltd. fueled speculation the bigger company may also be targeted. Ambow soared a record 53 ...

China Orders Recall of Volkswagen Cars With Direct-Shift Gearbox
China's quality watchdog ordered a recall of Volkswagen AG (VOW) cars with direct-shift gearboxes after tracking faults related to the system for the past year, according to a statement posted on its website today. The move comes a day after state ...

China formally appoints top diplomats, defense minister
BEIJING | Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:18am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - China formally appointed its two new top diplomats and defense minister on Saturday, positions which had already been flagged in advance as part of the new government of President Xi Jinping ...

China installs Cabinet of party veterans, technocrats to overhaul economy ...
China installs Cabinet of party veterans, technocrats to overhaul economy ...

China Gets a New Cabinet
BEIJING—China formally reappointed Zhou Xiaochuan as head of its central bank, signaling a desire to stay on course with the financial overhaul he has championed, including making the currency more flexible. The rubber-stamp National People's ...

China's PBOC, Housing Appointments Most Contested by Legislators
China's nominees for central bank governor and environment, education and housing ministers drew the most opposing votes of any appointments, two days after President Xi Jinping was appointed with one dissenting ballot. Of 25 minister-level nominees, ...

Dead Pig Count In China's Waters Near Shanghai Spikes (GRAPHIC PHOTOS)
In this Thursday, March 14, 2013 photo, workers row a boat while looking for dead pigs in a river in Jiaxing city, in eastern China's Zhejiang province. BEIJING (AP) — The number of dead pigs retrieved from waters in and near China's financial hub of ...

China Fills Out Economic Team With Lou as Financial Risks Mount
China filled out Premier Li Keqiang's economic team, installing sovereign-wealth fund chief Lou Jiwei as finance minister while retaining Zhou Xiaochuan as central bank governor. Gao Hucheng, 61, will be commerce minister after the National People's ...

Is China Trying to Screw Apple?
Chinese actor and singer Peter Ho criticized Apple on China's Twitter-like Weibo service this week. But don't blame Ho. He was apparently just following orders. But orders from whom? And why? Ho posted: “Cannot believe Apple is playing so many dirty ...

Li Urges Paring State Role to Fuel 7.5% China Growth
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged to open the economy to more market forces and strip power from the government to achieve 7.5 percent annual growth through 2020 and spread the benefits of the nation's expansion. “It's about cutting power, it's a ...

China's new premier pledges reform, sees risks
By Benjamin Kang Lim and Nick Edwards. BEIJING | Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:37am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday ensuring economic growth was the top priority for his government, pledging to fight graft, tackle vested ...

Beijing Appoints Regulatory Chief
BEIJING—China formally appointed Bank of China Ltd. Chairman Xiao Gang the new head of the country's top securities regulatory body, said Communist Party officials with direct knowledge of the matter. The appointment comes as the agency has been ...

China's Li Lays Out the Pledges
BEIJING—New Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged to slash bureaucracy and continue market-oriented reforms while boosting social spending and fighting pollution, but he gave few specifics about how he plans to carry out those goals. In his first news ...

VW's China Unit to Recall Cars After TV Broadcast
SHANGHAI—Volkswagen AG's China unit said it would recall an unspecified number of vehicles following scrutiny from China's national state-run television broadcaster and after receiving a notification from China's quality watchdog. In a joint statement ...

US Drone Policy: Obama Seeking To Influence Global Guidelines
WASHINGTON, March 17 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama, who vastly expanded U.S. drone strikes against terrorism suspects overseas under the cloak of secrecy, is now openly seeking to influence global guidelines for their use as China and other ...

In China's shadow, Guantánamo's former Uighur captives languish on Palau
KOROR, Palau -- Ahmat Abdulahad can't help but laugh at the irony of his predicament. He and five other Chinese Muslims released from America's Guantánamo military prison in 2009 thought they would be living on this remote island for a few months, ...

Daughter fights for return of dad trapped in China
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. — She was just 16, a shy girl whose life revolved around school and homework, when the phone call came that would change her life. It was Thanksgiving weekend, and Victoria Hu couldn't wait for her father to return from a ...

Bribery Allegations Surfaced Against WSJ in China
The Justice Department last year opened an investigation into allegations that employees at The Wall Street Journal's China news bureau bribed Chinese officials for information for news articles. A search by the Journal's parent company found no ...

Xiao Quits Bank of China to Succeed Guo at Securities Regulator
Xiao Gang, who stepped down yesterday as chairman of Bank of China Ltd., will take on the challenge of restoring confidence in Asia's third-largest stock market as head of the nation's securities regulator. His appointment was announced to China ...

Li Pledges Graft-Smog Battle as Scrutiny of China Leaders Grows
China's new premier promised to crack down on corruption and clean up pollution, acknowledging the need to tackle two issues that have stoked public anger toward the country's leaders. “Corruption is incompatible with the nature of the government like ...

Daughter Fights for Return of Dad Trapped in China
She was just 16, a shy girl whose life revolved around school and homework, when the phone call came that would change her life. It was Thanksgiving weekend, and Victoria Hu couldn't wait for her father to return from a business trip to China. She ...

China: US risks antagonizing North Korea
Hong Kong (CNN) -- The United States' plans to beef up its missile defenses against North Korea are likely to inflame tensions that are running high over Pyongyang's nuclear program, China said Monday. "Bolstering missile defenses will only intensify ...


security home | Find Personal Injury Attorney | a website on car donation | flower delivery online | here | nightlife | new home builder directory | a website about books


Home LA News China News Articles Chinese Restaurants LA Resources Chinese Resources Resources About
© Copyright by LA4Chinese.com. All rights reserved.