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China denies bail to prominent activist lawyer
BEIJING (AP) — One of China's best-known rights lawyers has been denied bail in what his attorney and friends said Tuesday is a signal he will be indicted in a case they believe is aimed at deterring rising legal activism. Lawyer Pu Zhiqiang was one ...

Sinosphere | Finally, a Pollution Index Beijing Can Love
About 66,000 pounds of dead fish were cleared from the Fuhe River in Wuhan, Hubei Agence France-Presse — Getty ImagesAbout 66,000 pounds of dead fish were cleared from the Fuhe River in Wuhan, Hubei Province, last fall after the water was polluted ...

How 'rogue' is China's aid?
Chinese President Hu Jintao, center, walks past delegates as he prepares to deliver an opening speech for the 5th Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Beijing, China on July 19, 2012. (Andy Wong/AP). In May Chinese Premier ...

China says wants to counter Vietnam's "slander" on S.China Sea
BEIJING, June 10 (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday that it wanted to counter Vietnam's "slander" to the world about what was happening in disputed areas of the South China Sea, after Beijing asked the United Nations to circulate documents outlining its ...

China Reminds Hong Kong of Its Control
A tank replica is rolled in a street in Hong Kong June 4 as part of reflections on China's 1989 Tiananmen Square events. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. HONG KONG—Days after tens of thousands of people held a candlelight vigil commemorating the ...

20 Million WeChat Messages, 250K Accounts, Linked To Prostitution Deleted In ...
20 Million WeChat Messages, 250K Accounts, Linked To Prostitution Deleted In ...

Boorish Beijing tries anew to improve citizens' manners
BEIJING — In China's sharp-elbowed capital, where people jump lines and exhibit brusque manners, the government launched a new campaign Tuesday to encourage Beijing's 20 million residents to behave better. Led by the Capital Civilization Office, the ...

China heads to joint naval exercises with US
BEIJING - Chinese ships steamed Tuesday toward waters near Hawaii to participate for the first time in the world's largest naval exercises hosted by Washington - a rare opportunity to build trust with the U.S. and regional rivals including the ...

China's deserts are expanding at an alarming rate. So it's fighting back, with ...
China's deserts are expanding at an alarming rate. So it's fighting back, with ...

Asian champs Guangzhou to open academy in Spain
BEIJING (AP) — Asian Champions League title holder Guangzhou Evergrande is opening a youth training academy in Spain in a bid to lift the level of Chinese football. The team said in a statement Wednesday on its website that it would open the school in ...

China Targets Officials Who Sent Families Abroad
Nearly 900, mostly mid-level, government officials in the southern province of Guangdong have been demoted or forced to resign or retire early after being identified as having spouses or offspring with permanent residency or citizenship abroad while ...

Macro Horizons: Be Careful What You Wish For With China Policy Shifts
WRAP: The balancing act that the People's Bank of China's must perform can be gleaned from its 2014 outlook statement, released today. And while the document itself requires between-the-lines reading to comprehend its full significance, the subjects it ...

UPDATE 1-Vietnam says China moving rig; China denies sending warships
(Adds Chinese defence ministry statement). HANOI/BEIJING, June 11 (Reuters) - Vietnam said on Wednesday a Chinese oil rig at the centre of an increasingly bitter territorial dispute appeared to be on the move again, as China denied Vietnamese ...

China cultivates India amid tension with neighbors
FILE - In this Monday, June 9, 2014 file photo, visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, left, sits with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right during their meeting in New Delhi, India. Amid fierce disputes with Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines ...

Hong Kong Democracy Activists Rebuke China's White Paper
HONG KONG — Chinese officials in Beijing issued a policy paper Tuesday reminding Hong Kong residents of the city's status as part of China. The paper led to protests in Hong Kong, where pro-democracy activists say the document is intended as ...

Japan slams China over close encounter of jets
TOKYO — Japan lodged a diplomatic protest with Beijing on Wednesday after Chinese military jets flew near Japanese military aircraft over the East China Sea, an official said. Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera said two Chinese SU27 fighters approached ...

China Pledges Spending and Lower Taxes in Growth Effort
China announced new steps aimed at bolstering slowing economic growth by cutting taxes, spending more on developing the Yangtze River region and expanding financing for exporters. China will boost public investment in railway, highway, waterways, and ...

Hong Kong, China shares slip as Wall Street cools off
... * HSI -0.1 pct, H-shares -0.7 pct, CSI300 -0.4 pct. * Chinese port-related shares up on plan for Yangtze River area. * Property shares decline in mainland, Hong Kong (Updates to midday). By Grace Li. HONG KONG, June 12 (Reuters) - Hong Kong slipped ...

Sinosphere | Xi of Two Minds: Be a Good Neighbor, or Assert China's Power?
President Xi Jinping of China, left, with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia Carlos Barria/ReutersPresident Xi Jinping of China, left, with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia at a regional summit meeting in Shanghai last month. A report says Mr ...

UPDATE 2-China's rapidly rising FX reserves create policy difficulties - SAFE
... * Reserves can spur inflation pressures, economist says. * Yuan volatility helps curb arbitrage activity - official. * Regulator reiterates some reserves will be for outbound investment. * Reserves hit record $3.95 trillion in Q1 (Adds details ...

China's Guangdong extends carbon deadline, plans new auction
BEIJING, June 12 (Reuters) - China's Guangdong province has delayed a deadline for companies to hand over CO2 permits for 2013 emissions and plans an extra permit auction, the China Emissions Exchange said, after firms refused to buy permits in ...

China struggles to assure people of stability in wake of violent attacks
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese residents and investors believe in the "illusion" that explosions and murder are rampant in the unrest-plagued far-west region of Xinjiang, an official said on Thursday, in the wake of knife and bomb attacks that have shaken ...

China says over 20000 people charged with environmental crimes last year
BEIJING, June 12 (Reuters) - Chinese state prosecutors charged more than 20,000 people with environmental crimes last year and made more than 7,000 arrests, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday. With Beijing hoping to fight its "war ...

China's Billionaires Invest in Nation's Soccer
China's billionaires are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in Chinese soccer, and it isn't just for show. Although a majority of Chinese soccer clubs are struggling financially, it is still possible to earn a return that beats that of real ...

China, Japan blame each other for jet encounter
In this undated photo released by Japan Ministry of Defense, Chinese SU-27 fighter plane is shown. China and Japan are blaming each other for a close encounter between military jets over the East China Sea. China's defense ministry says Japanese F-15 ...

China's Turn for a Debt Crisis: Keep Your Eyes Open for the Unexpected
Things are not alright in the Middle Kingdom. China's total bank debt has grown from $14 trillion in 2008 to $25 trillion today – more than double the total size of the US commercial banking sector. To support this massive growth in credit, China's ...

China Industrial Output Climbs 8.8%, Matching Forecasts
China's industrial output and retail sales increased at a faster pace in May, adding to evidence that Premier Li Keqiang's support measures are stabilizing the world's second-biggest economy. Factory production rose 8.8 percent in May from a year ...

Slump in China's housing market, an engine of economic boom, sparks fears ...
Slump in China's housing market, an engine of economic boom, sparks fears ...

Beijing emitters ignore carbon scheme, question government authority: media
BEIJING (Reuters) - More than a quarter of all companies covered by Beijing's municipal carbon laws ignored a key reporting deadline, local media reported Friday, with some powerful companies questioning the local government trading body's authority to ...

Japan denies brush with Chinese planes, demands China withdraws footage
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan on Friday denied Beijing's claims that its Self-Defence Force planes came "dangerously close" to Chinese aircraft in an incident over the East China Sea on Wednesday, demanding China takes down the footage allegedly showing ...


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