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Environmental filmmakers have rare impact in China
BEIJING (AP) — One clip shows a girl swatting flies from a younger child among piles of trash. Another has children blowing up used medical gloves like balloons. The footage is on the computer screen of Wang Jiuliang as he edits his second film about ...

China's credibility gap will not be bridged with speeches
No one ever doubted that the Chinese authorities could clear protesters from Hong Kong's streets if and when they chose. It hasn't come to that. With support for the demonstration ebbing and the leaders of Occupy Central calling on the movement to ...

Premier Li meets China-Japan friendship committee
BEIJING, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Thursday met with a Sino-Japan friendship group and urged Japan to properly handle issues that affect healthy growth of bilateral ties. Li made the remarks while meeting with members of the Fifth ...

Will a Mutual Sense of Vulnerability Create Cyber Deterrence Between the U.S. ...
Will a Mutual Sense of Vulnerability Create Cyber Deterrence Between the U.S. ...

China Plans Wealth-Product Rules to Cut Shadow Banking Risks
China urged banks to directly invest money raised from wealth-management products, signaling a more limited role for trusts and securities firms, and said it wanted to end implicit guarantees of the investments. The China Banking Regulatory Commission ...

China Stocks Cap Best Weekly Rally Since 2009 on Record Volumes
A man on a bicycle rides past a China Construction Bank Corp. branch in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. Haitong Securities Co. and China Construction Bank Corp. led a rally for financial shares, adding more than 7 percent. Photographer: Brent Lewin/ ...

China presents US with list of alleged fugitives
BEIJING — China has provided the U.S. with a list of alleged fugitives amid a campaign to track down corrupt officials and others who have fled abroad, the State Department's representative to recent law enforcement talks said Friday. William ...

China to deepen economic reforms in 2015: Xinhua
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will pursue prudent monetary policy and pro-active fiscal policy next year, the ruling Communist Party's elite decision-making body was quoted as saying on Friday in a reiteration of the government's existing stance. China ...

Beijing set to take aim at 'weird buildings'
Hong Kong (CNN) -- China's skylines could look a lot more uniform in the years to come, if a statement by a Beijing official is to believed. The backlash against "weird buildings" escalated earlier this week when the capital's vice mayor, Chen Gang ...

Power Demand Is $65 Billion Annual Task for China State Grid
China State Grid Corp. will spend about 400 billion yuan ($65 billion) this year on its electricity networks as the nation, which last month reached a deal with the U.S. to curtail fossil fuels, copes with an unprecedented influx of clean energy and ...

China Cracks Down on Fake Monks Tricking Tourists
It's well known that China's got fake Louis Vuitton bags aplenty, fake American cigarettes for gullible smokers, and lots of fake Nike tennis shoes, too. But fake monks in fake temples? According to Chinese officials—yes, it has those as well. “There ...

Why China will struggle to end organ harvesting from executed prisoners
(CNN) -- Like many Chinese, Beijing bank clerk Zhou Keran shudders when asked if he would donate his organs should he die. "I would never. There's an old saying that our parents give us everything -- from our bodies to our hair -- and we have to show ...

Former China Security Chief Expelled From Party in Graft Probe
China's Communist Party expelled former security chief Zhou Yongkang after a months-long investigation for graft, bringing him a step closer to facing formal corruption charges. Zhou has been formally arrested and expelled from the Chinese Communist ...

China arrests former high-ranking official amid graft campaign
Chinese authorities have arrested former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang and expelled him from the ruling Communist Party, accusing him of crimes ranging from accepting bribes to leaking state secrets. Zhou, 71, a former member of the powerful ...

Writing China: The People's Republic of Chemicals
The heaviest air pollution in Chinese cities tends to appear when the temperature falls. That makes it an apt time to cozy up with “The People's Republic of Chemicals” by William J. Kelly and Chip Jacobs, a breezy new book that explores China's ...

Why Beijing's Troubles Could Get a Lot Worse
Bank rate cuts and anticorruption campaign are unlikely to stave off woes, says Anne Stevenson-Yang. Email; Print; Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook. Share. 8. Twitter. Google+. LinkedIn. smaller; Larger. close ...

Chinas Hunt For Overseas Real Estate Yield
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China registers 92 million people in poverty
WUHAN, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- China has identified 128,000 impoverished villages and 92 million people living in poverty, said a senior poverty alleviation official on Saturday. According to Liu Yongfu, head of the State Council leading group office of ...

China Arrests Former Security Czar in Major Political Purge
File photo of China's former Politburo Standing Committee Member Zhou Yongkang attending the closing ceremony of China's former Politburo Standing Committee Member Zhou Yongkang attends the closing ceremony of the National People's Congress ...

China denounces Philippine 'pressure' over sea dispute arbitration
A Chinese Coast Guard vessel (R) passes near the Chinese oil rig, Haiyang Shi You 981 (L) in the South China Sea, about 210 km (130 miles) from the coast of Vietnam June 13, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Nguyen Minh ...

Is China too risky an investment for Michigan?
SHANGHAI, China – As I visited this major port city, with its glittering skyline and choking pollution, I began to think of China's unprecedented two decades of growth in terms of late 19th century American history. We call that period The Gilded Age ...

In China, a yearning for closer ties
In Da Ping, China, a man proudly wears his faded army jacket. China wants to build a powerful economy, but knows that will take years. China has almost as many poor, 200 million, as the entire U.S. population. Travel Deals. $719* & up -- 2015 Fares to ...

Ex-czar's arrest makes China's Xi stronger
BEIJING (AP) — The criminal case against China's ex-security chief not only plays to public demands to curb corruption but spells the downfall of one of President Xi Jinping's biggest rivals, puts other challengers on their toes and leaves Xi more ...

Countdown to China's new space programs begins
BEIJING, Dec. 7 (Xinhua) -- China hopes to put a rover on Mars around 2020, complete a manned space station around 2022 and test a heavy carrier rocket around 2030, a top space scientist revealed Sunday. Lei Fanpei, chairman of the China Aerospace ...

China Details Objections to Arbitration in Dispute With Philippines
China on Sunday outlined in detail for the first time its objections to a U.N. tribunal on its territorial dispute with the Philippines in the South China Sea, and called again for bilateral talks to resolve a standoff that has heightened tensions in ...

Will Two Key Sectors Survive China's 'Long' Landing?
Based on insights from our team's recent trip to China, we noted that the country is likely headed for a long economic landing. What does that mean for its infrastructure and commodity sectors? Infrastructure: High Growth, but Some Challenges ...

China Probe of Former Security Chief May Mean Closed-Door Trial
Zhou Yongkang, then China's top security official, attends a plenary session on the draft amendment to the Criminal Procedure Law as China's National People's Congress (NPC) takes place in Beijing, China, on March 8, 2012. Photographer: Nelson Ching/ ...

China's Troubles Are Tanking Macau--And Las Vegas
In October, gaming revenue in Nevada was down 4.3% year-on-year, according to the State Gaming Control Board. The Las Vegas Strip saw a decline of 5.6%. Without baccarat, the casinos would have been in good shape. The state as a whole would have ...

China's Now The World Number One Economy And It Doesn't Matter A Darn
There's much worrywarting over the new figures from the IMF IMF telling us the fact that China is now the world's number one economy in terms of size. The truth is though that, other than for collectors of statistical trivia, this really isn't ...

Taiwan hangs out "tiny welcome sign" for China delegation
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Chinese officials and business leaders visiting Taiwan this week can expect a lukewarm welcome at best, with the resurgence of the pro-independence opposition casting further doubt on deals already slowed by public suspicion of ...


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