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China Presses for Japan's Return of Plundered Antiquities
Islands. Airspace. Antiquities. Until now, China has concentrated its attention on the first two as it fights against Japan for dominance in East Asia. In focusing on the wrongs done by Imperial Japan before and during World War II, China's government ...

China Industrial-Output Growth Slows in Sign Recovery at Risk
China's industrial-output and fixed-asset investment growth unexpectedly slowed last month, putting a recovery at risk as the government copes with a property slump and rising bad loans. Factory production rose 9 percent from a year earlier, the ...

China's former NDRC finance chief under probe: Caixin
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A former director of China's top economic planner who oversaw the country's corporate bond issues between 2003-2006 is being investigated, financial news magazine Caixin reported on Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the ...

Hong Kong H-Shares Climb to Year's High on Stimulus Bets
A gauge of Chinese stocks traded in Hong Kong closed at its highest this year amid optimism policy makers will roll out more stimulus after mainland economic data missed analyst estimates and investors weighed earnings. The Hang Seng China Enterprises ...

China's July economic data points to further softness
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's economy showed further signs of softening in July despite a burst of government stimulus measures, suggesting more policy support may be needed to keep growth on track as a property downturn worsens. Unexpectedly weak ...

China launching 'severe' cyber attacks on Taiwan: minister
Taiwan's science and technology minister said Wednesday that China is launching frequent cyber attacks on the island despite warming ties between the two former rivals. "The Chinese cyberwar units have been engaging with Taiwan units almost every day, ...

China's Henan Said to Ask Banks to Support Coal, Solar Companies
The Henan provincial government in central China has lobbied the nation's banks to support struggling local coal and solar companies, according to government officials familiar with the talks. Local authorities asked eight banks, including Bank of ...

China Housing Announces Earnings Date for Second Quarter 2014 Financial ...
China Housing Announces Earnings Date for Second Quarter 2014 Financial ...

China sacks anti-monopoly adviser over Qualcomm payment: Xinhua
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese academic who sat on a government anti-monopoly advisory committee has been sacked, official news agency Xinhua reported on Wednesday, saying he had taken payments from U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. Xinhua said ...

How to Make 43% Profit in China With No Idea What You Bought
Zhang Xiuli says she knows nothing about the nine Chinese companies that held initial public offerings last month. Not a problem. Zhang, 37, tried to buy shares in each and every one, confident that she knew what was coming next: an immediate surge in ...

Pope Francis reaches out to China as he begins Asia trip
BEIJING — While flying over China, Pope Francis sent a telegram Thursday to President Xi Jinping and the Chinese people. His message was seen as a possible sign of thawing relations between China and the Vatican. But such hopes were dashed almost ...

Backdoor Entry Past China's Visa Barricades
I'm sitting in a clean, bright hotel with a glass-paneled bathroom and a mini bar can of Pearl River beer. Gmail doesn't work, but that's China. I will go out later to look at Coolpad smartphones, seldom found outside China, and a mall here in ...

After Celebrity Drug Cases, Industry Signs Deal in Beijing
Forty-two artist management agencies in Beijing have signed an agreement with the police vowing to take action against illegal drug use within the industry, The Beijing News reported. The signing on Wednesday came just days after the actor Gao Hu, 40, ...

American Football Heads to China With Professional Indoor League
American football is coming to China next year with its first professional league. Marty Judge, part owner of the Arena Football League's Philadelphia Soul and founder of the Judge Group Inc., a $350 million information technology staffing, training ...

China Focus: Shrinking wetlands highlight need for legal protection
BEIJING, Aug. 14 (Xinhua) -- The battle for the country's wetlands rages in China as farmers eager to boost meager incomes butt heads with government initiatives to preserve biodiversity. China's vast area of wetlands remain under constant threat from ...

China's Food And Drugs Saga: Xi Jinping's True New Plan
In October 2013,the then CEO of a food multinational in China shared with this journalist a confidential information from high sources : China was going to bring down its licensed milk producers number to 15, half of the figure officially released ...

China's Savers Put Record $2.1 Trillion in Wealth Products
Chinese households increased the amount of savings diverted into wealth-management products to a record 12.7 trillion yuan ($2.1 trillion) as the government tries to manage risks from an explosion in shadow banking. The outstanding value rose 24 ...

China's AVIC Capital Confirms Talks to Acquire Avolon
China's AVIC Capital Co. (600705) is in talks to buy Dublin-based aircraft-leasing firm Avolon Holdings Ltd., the company said in a stock exchange filing. The financing arm of Aviation Industry Corp. of China, is negotiating with “relevant parties” and ...

China Expands Anti-Corruption Drive
HONG KONG—. As China presses forward with its anti-graft effort, authorities are targeting officials who have family members and assets overseas. The efforts have stirred up a debate in China, on exactly how many corrupt officials take that route, and ...

UPDATE 1-China cuts red tape, financing costs for firms
(Adds statement from economic planner). BEIJING Aug 15 (Reuters) - China will cut red tape and permit lower levels of government to approve some projects, the cabinet said on Friday, in the latest measure to reduce the cost of doing business in the ...

What to Make of China's Dismal Data
China's monthly data dump was sorely disappointing. Bank lending fell to the lowest level in nearly five years and the broader measure of credit, total social financing, fell to the lowest in nearly six years. Fixed asset investment, industrial ...

China's Paramilitary Opens Fire on Tibetans - 10 Injured
Around ten Tibetans have been seriously wounded after security forces began shooting into an unarmed crowd, according to information gathered by a number of rights groups. The incident, the most serious on the plateau this year, took place on Tuesday, ...

A filmmaker peers into the dark past of China's Great Famine
'Spark' documents a group of students who tried to expose the truth of Mao's 'Great Leap Forward,' which led to tens of millions of deaths from starvation in 1959-62. By Robert Marquand, Staff writer August 16, 2014. close. At a Oct 1, 2009 rally in ...

Professors from China learn American methods
NORMAL — The distance from Nanjing to Normal is about 7,000 miles, but Central Illinois reminds Laura Sun Xue of her childhood home. Xue, who teaches landscape architecture at Suzhou Polytechnic Institute of Agriculture, about 100 miles from Nanjing, ...

China welcomes Singapore in joining AIIB: Xi
NANJING, Aug. 16 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday that China welcomes Singapore's confirmation it will join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as one of the founding members. Xi and his Singaporean counterpart Tan ...

China, Burundi vow to promote friendly cooperation
Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with President of Burundi Pierre Nkurunziza in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 16, 2014. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei). NANJING, Aug. 16 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Burundian ...

China Wraps Anti-Japan Propaganda Campaign
China on Saturday wrapped up its latest anti-Japanese propaganda campaign amid continuing sharp disputes with Tokyo over territorial claims and history. State media published the last of 45 confessions of convicted Japanese World War II criminals, that ...

In China's Shadow, US Courts Old Foe Vietnam
Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, center, reviewed a Vietnamese honor guard in Hanoi on Thursday. Credit Kham/Reuters. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue reading the ...

Jade Buddha welcomed to Lincoln-area temple
The Jade Buddha for Universal Peace will remain at the Linh Quang Buddhist Center, 3175 W. Pleasant Hill Road, until Aug. 24. The public may view the Buddha from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. A Vietnamese/English dharma (teachings of Buddha) will be held each ...

Five Things China Hasn't Changed In Five Years
We go on about changing China. The economy grew at nearly 10 percent for 15 years and now it's in the sevens. People are getting wealthier, raising consumption potential in secondary cities. Prices are going up accordingly – a chili-boiled fish in a ...


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