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China Focus: From "standing up" to rejuvenation: new China after 65 years
Despite problems that still trouble the country today, such as food safety, corruption and a giant gap between the rich and poor, China's quality of life, economy, and science and technology have advanced drastically since the founding of the People's ...

10000 pigeons body-searched for "suspicious material" in China?
BEIJING -- The 10,000 doves released in a ceremony Wednesday for China's National Day underwent unusual scrutiny, each having its feathers and anus checked for dangerous materials, state-run media reports said, reflecting government jitters over ...

In China, Hong Kong protests out of sight, out of mind
HONG KONG — As tens of thousands demonstrated peacefully for democracy in Hong Kong on Wednesday, displays of freedom were carefully kept out of sight and out of mind elsewhere in China. The government in Beijing celebrated National Day — the ...

Kathleen Wynne planning China trade mission amid Hong Kong protests
Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's going ahead with a one-week trade mission to China on October 25 despite growing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. “We support the ability of people to express freely their opinions,” Wynne told reporters ...

Will China Crush Hong Kongs Umbrella Revolution
The 65th birthday of the People's Republic of China unfolded Wednesday as a tale of two Chinese cities, separated by radically contrasting political cultures and social expectations. In the former British colony of Hong Kong, massive crowds gathered ...

China Housing Slide a Sign of Government Confidence
China's housing market slid for a fifth straight month in September, and investors should be happy. According to private surveys published today, the average price of housing declined at a faster pace last month than it had in August, with one study ...

China to Impose Quota on Local Government Debt Amid Risks
China announced plans to cap the amount of debt local governments can take on and ban them from additional borrowing through financing vehicles as authorities step up efforts to control risks to the financial system. All borrowing by provinces and ...

Near Flight Collision Prompts China-US to Start Talks
China and the U.S. have agreed to talks on avoiding perilous encounters between their military aircraft, more than a month after a Chinese fighter came within 20 feet of a Navy plane flying at more than 400 miles an hour. The move to defuse tensions ...

Samsung China Supplier Sues US Labor Watchdog
A Chinese supplier of Samsung Electronics Co. filed a lawsuit accusing a New York City-based labor watchdog of spreading false rumors of child labor, but the labor group says it has evidence to back up its report. The lawsuit against China Labor Watch ...

Feeling sick? Cyber doctor is just a click away
(CNN) -- In parts of rural China, private health can be a very public affair. Crammed into shop front clinics on the main streets of many provincial towns, patients can be seen paying for routine treatment -- regular injections, intravenous drips or a ...

China likely to have annual growth of at least 7 percent for years: ADB
TOKYO (Reuters) - China is likely to have annual growth of at least 7 percent over the next five years as it rebalances its economy to lift domestic demand, the Asian Development Bank's new chief economist said on Thursday. Shang-Jin Wei, who began the ...

Why China won't let Hong Kong democratize
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters are swarming the streets of Hong Kong. Beijing faces dire consequences. The Chinese authorities' hands are tied: They will look weak if they make concessions, but the regime's image and the city's business ...

Hong Kong Stock Rout Spawns Cheap Plays on Mainland China
Chinese companies with almost no business in Hong Kong have gotten caught up in the city's biggest stock-market selloff in eight months. For two of the world's largest investors, that spells a buying opportunity. Templeton Emerging Markets Group and ...

China services growth dips to eight-month low in September: official PMI
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's services sector grew at its slowest pace in eight months in September after new orders shrank for the first time since the 2008 global financial crisis, a survey showed on Friday, exposing more weakness in the world's ...

Hong Kong Protests: China Pushes Back Against US
Police officers, seen behind yellow ribbons representing protesters' demand for "universal suffrage," guard the entrance of the government headquarters as protesters block the surrounding streets in Hong Kong on Thursday. Reuters. In a rare public spat ...

China services growth dips to eight-month low in Sept as orders sag - official PMI
Reuters - Workers look at machines moving newly made raw bricks at a factory in Huaibei, Anhui province July 31, 2014. REUTERS/China Daily. By Koh Gui Qing. BEIJING (Reuters) - China's services sector grew at its slowest pace in eight months in ...

Lewis pushes lead to 2 in Beijing
Beijing, China (SportsNetwork.com) - Stacy Lewis shot 5-under 68 on Friday and she extended her lead to two strokes after 36 holes of the Reignwood LPGA Classic. Lewis, last year's runner-up, finished two rounds at 12-under-par 134. Brittany Lang fired ...

China's paranoia extends even to a cute, but imported, cat
On Sept. 25, just two days before pro-democracy protests began in Hong Kong, Hong Kong's most prominent pro-Beijing newspaper ran a column purporting to expose how the CIA had infiltrated Hong Kong universities. In a related article, the Wen Wei Po ...

China's trapped transition
In 2006, Chinese American scholar Minxin Pei published a book called “China's Trapped Transition.” In it, he invoked the most established “law” in political science — that over time, countries that grow economically tend to become more democratic ...

Artist Builds A New Terracotta Army To Protest China's Preference For Boys
“Every artist is concerned with these questions, of who we are and where we are going,” says Prune Nourry, pulling her long brown hair away from her face. The gesture is impatient, and you can see why: Nourry is the artist behind "Terracotta Daughters ...

Taiwan Warily Eyes Battle of Wills Between Beijing and Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, they may be protesting with umbrellas, but in Taiwan earlier this year, it was sunflowers. As Beijing locks itself into what now seems like a needless showdown with the pro-democracy activists who have formed Hong Kong's "Occupy Central ...

Hong Kong stock rout spawns cheap China plays
SINGAPORE — Chinese companies with almost no business in Hong Kong have gotten caught up in the city's biggest stock-market selloff in eight months. For two of the world's largest investors, that spells a buying opportunity. Templeton Emerging Markets ...

The Man Who Changed the Face of Shanghai
Sir Victor Sassoon's Cathay Hotel, renamed the Peace Hotel, in 1958, left, and today. Credit Hsinhua News Agency | Qilai Shen for The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story ...

In Hong Kong, a Family Divided
One family illustrates a generational battle that pits the vision of Hong Kong's young people against elders unwilling to risk the gains they made in escaping poverty to make a decent living on China's doorstep. Te-Ping Chen reports: Late one night ...

China aims to sooth transport bottlenecks by 2020
BEIJING Oct 4 (Reuters) - China aims to ease transport bottlenecks which are affecting economic development by 2020 with a plan announced on Saturday to tackle issues such as excessive road tolls and poor connectivity and to ensure the smoother flow of ...

China Sure To Tally Costs In Handling Hong Kong's Protests
When the lips are gone, the teeth will grow cold, as the ancient Chinese saying goes. If China and Hong Kong are like lips and teeth, their relationship can bear only a limited amount of strain before both will suffer. The protests currently underway ...

Quake lake accident leaves 6 missing in SW China
KUNMING, Oct. 4 (Xinhua) -- Six workers are missing in southwest China's Yunnan Province after water escaped on Friday from a barrier lake formed by an August earthquake. At around 3:20 p.m. on Friday, 20 people were digging tunnels to allow the water ...

China take two more golds on final day to break 150-mark
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - China won two more table tennis gold medals at the Asian Games on Saturday, pushing their overall tally to 151 for the multi-sports event, while hosts South Korea finished runners-up for a fifth straight Games ahead of ...

Hong Kong Lawmaker Searches for Democracy Within China's Embrace
Regina Ip, a Hong Kong lawmaker, was a civil servant in the British colonial administration. Though avowedly pro-Beijing, she is one of the few officials seeking to meet with protesters. Credit Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times. Continue reading the ...

China Test-Fires 10000-km Range Nuclear Missile
Beijing: China has test-fired an upgraded version of its 10,000-km range intercontinental ballistic missile which can reach most of the US and European cities. The test was conducted on September 25, Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported ...


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