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More than 250 students sick after eating in school cafeteria in China
(CNN) -- At least 253 students are undergoing treatment following suspected food poisoning this week in northern China, state media reported. In addition to students, two teachers were also hospitalized, Xinhua news agency reported. The incident ...

Japan PM says ready to be more assertive against China: media
TOKYO | Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:50am EDT. TOKYO (Reuters) - Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in an interview published on Saturday, said Japan was ready to be more assertive towards China as Beijing threatened to strike back if provoked. A top retired Chinese ...

Chinese University Defends Outspoken Teacher's Firing
BEIJING — He lectured students about the trespasses of the Communist Party, publicly belittled the country's mighty propaganda minister and issued frequent demands for an end to single-party rule in China. Enlarge This Image ...

2 Things Starbucks Shouldn't Take For Granted In China
Starbucks can take many things for granted in China: A large population, fast economic growth, rising incomes, and a strong appetite for American brands, especially in the Eastern coastal regions where consumers have been the most integrated into the ...

'US should merge with Canada to compete with China'
No two nations in the world are as integrated, economically and socially, as the United States and Canada. We share geography, values and a gigantic border. Regardless of this close friendship, our two countries are on a slow-motion collision course ...

China reporter Chen Yongzhou 'confesses' on TV
An imprisoned Chinese journalist whose newspaper has made front-page appeals for his release has confessed to wrongdoing on state TV. "I'm willing to admit my guilt and to show repentance," said reporter Chen Yongzhou. He was arrested over claims he ...

With Snap of Group Photo, 3 Members of Advocacy Group Face Trial in China
HONG KONG — Three grass-roots rights advocates face trial in eastern China on Monday, with the main charge against them stemming from a group photograph snapped in the courtyard of an apartment block. That brief gathering will be at the heart of the ...

Abe: Japan Ready to Counter China
TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in an interview published on Saturday, said Japan was ready to be more assertive towards China as Beijing threatened to strike back if provoked. A top retired Chinese diplomat said any move by Tokyo to contain China ...

Artist Tackles Beijing's Smog Problem With A Giant Vacuum Cleaner
Beijing has a smog problem. And one artist is out to solve it. The extreme dangers caused by the blanket of pollution that veils the city recently led the Beijing Environmental Monitoring Center to warn children, the elderly and those with heart and ...

China cabinet lowers administrative barriers for starting new firms
SHANGHAI | Sun Oct 27, 2013 7:19am EDT. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has eliminated some registered capital requirements for establishing new companies, the government said on Sunday, in a move to support long-term growth by cutting red tape and ...

Challenges to China's Sustainable Growth and Implications to Investors
This article was first published on PBS Newshour on Oct 23, 2013. The author's new book "Tiger Woman On Wall Street" will be released on Nov 8, 2013 by McGraw Hill. When foreigners visit China, they are often impressed by the country's spectacular ...

Asia's Week: Recap and Run-up to China's Big Power Meet
With the dates for the prospectively pivotal (if obscurely titled) Third Plenum of China's Communist Party Central Committee in November still not set, let's hope that no loyal cadre will want for a last-minute room reservation in Beijing. One of those ...

Shanghai Mayor Defends Rules for Businesses in Free-Trade Zone
SHANGHAI—Shanghai's mayor defended an initial set of policies for the city's free-trade zone, acknowledging criticism of its restrictions on businesses but pledging that the rules will eventually loosen. Yang Xiong told reporters during a rare news ...

The Rise Of Self-made Billionaire Entrepreneurs In China, And What It Means ...
The Rise Of Self-made Billionaire Entrepreneurs In China, And What It Means ...

China poised to surpass US on business travel spending
For years Americans have led the world in business travel spending. That is about to change. With China's economy surging, business travel spending from the world's most populous country is expected to jump 14% in 2013 and 17% next year, according to ...

In stunning about-face, China paper issues public apology as reporter ...
In stunning about-face, China paper issues public apology as reporter ...

China May Revamp Rural-Land Rights as Part of Reforms
China Politburo member Yu Zhengsheng said the Communist Party would consider “unprecedented” economic reforms next month, as a top research agency proposed changes to rural land ownership rules and social security. The Development Research ...

Abe Warns China on Island Spat as Japan Dispatches Jets (2)
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned he wouldn't permit China to use force to resolve territorial spats, as the renewed presence of Chinese aircraft near disputed islands led its neighbor to dispatch fighter jets. Japan sent up fighter jets for a ...

Sinopec field could reignite China shale hopes
By Chen Aizhu and Judy Hua. BEIJING | Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:44am EDT. BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese oil giant Sinopec Corp (0386.HK)(600028.SS) is for the first time pumping shale gas from test wells in commercial quantities in what it hopes will be a ...

China Production Surges for Japanese Auto Makers
TOKYO—Major Japanese car makers on Monday said September production in China surged from a year earlier, when territorial disputes sparked anti-Japan protests. Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co. all logged their biggest ...

In China There's Not One City Sans Terrifying Stretches Of Empty Houses
By Anne Stevenson-Yang. Reality and economic analysis in China seem to have grown far apart. But, given confusion even within the Chinese government between economic data and investment promotion, ideological polarization over simple questions like ...

China's Suning Invests in Video Site PPTV
BEIJING—Suning Commerce Group Co. will team up with private-equity firm Hony Capital Ltd. to invest $420 million in video website PPTV as the electronics retailer grapples with China's shift to online sales. Suning on Monday said it is investing $250 ...

Was Beijing crash a planned attack?
BEIJING — A Jeep plowed through dozens of pedestrians and policemen beside Beijing's Tiananmen Square Monday lunchtime, then crashed in front of Tiananmen Gate and burst into flame. Five people are believed dead — the driver, two passengers, ...

Liberty Star Updates Highly Productive Beijing, China Roadshow: Further ...
Liberty Star Updates Highly Productive Beijing, China Roadshow: Further ...

Norway Snub Shows Sharp Edge of Chinese Diplomacy
(BEIJING) — Mainly associated with conflict resolution, foreign assistance and cozy Scandinavian prosperity, Norway makes an odd target for China's ire. Yet for three years, Beijing has frozen relations with Oslo since a committee appointed by the ...

Why China is turning to 'trial by television' in sensitive cases
Last month, Chinese police interrogators offered investigative reporter Liu Hu a deal. Skip to next paragraph. In Pictures China's global reach. Related stories. How much do you know about China? Take our quiz. SUV plows into Tiananmen Square: attack ...

Furry Coat Sparks Fury in China
Nothing says “I support the government's austerity campaign” like a flashy coat on the steps of the Great Hall of the People. Li Xiaolin, the chairwoman of state-run electricity giant China Power International Development Ltd. and daughter of former ...

UPDATE 1-China tightens rules again to promote breast feeding
Tue Oct 29, 2013 6:35pm IST. (Adds proposed new rules on ingredients and information release). BEIJING Oct 29 (Reuters) - The Chinese government will tighten rules again on makers of infant formula to promote the use of breast feeding, state media said ...

Political Gridlock, Beijing Style
BEIJING—To admirers outside the country, China's political system stands far above the dysfunctional democracies of the West in one regard: its ability to act decisively and deliver results that boost economic growth. Think of the flood of investment ...

China's Big Airlines Expand on International Routes
HONG KONG—China's big airlines are racing to boost their international reach as an increasingly congested home market weighs on earnings. The nation's three state-owned carriers, which together account for nearly 80% of China's commercial airline ...


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