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Key China paper calls Hong Kong election people's 'ardent expectation'
BEIJING (Reuters) - The 2017 election for Hong Kong's chief executive is the "ardent expectation" of the Chinese territory's people and the only way for it to make progress on achieving democracy, a top China newspaper said on Saturday. China has ruled ...

China Says Iran Deal Good For Sino-US Relations
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (2nd L), U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman (2nd R) and staff watch a tablet in Lausanne as U.S. President Barack Obama makes a state address on the status of the Iran nuclear program talks ...

US geologist freed after serving 8 years in China prison
BEIJING — A Chinese-born American geologist was released from prison in China after serving more than eight years on charges of procuring state secrets, a human rights group said Saturday. Xue Feng returned to his family in Houston, Texas, on Friday ...

China shutters golf courses, probes officials who play
A golf course in Shenyang city, Liaoning province, on July 1, 2012.(Photo: Sun Zhongguo, Imaginechina)BEIJING — Ping-pong diplomacy thawed relations between the United States and China in the 1970s, but don't anticipate golf to smooth still difficult ...

Ten must-read books that explain modern China
A building under construction near the traditional Yu Yuan Garden in downtown Shanghai. Photograph by Carlos Barria — Reuters. China's economy is the story of the century, but the country remains difficult for Americans to understand. These books ...

Is China a danger to the US?
Among the most colossal shifts of our time has been the rise of China, from the black hole of Mao's ruinous communism to a power increasingly to be reckoned with around the globe. But what is today's China? Is it still communist? Capitalist? Is it ...

Taxi drivers drink poison in Beijing protest
More than 30 disgruntled taxi drivers drank poison and passed out on a busy shopping street in central Beijing on Saturday, in an unusually dramatic protest against vehicle leasing rules in their home city. Beijing police found the drivers lying on the ...

Ready to link Silk Road plans with India's 'Mausam': China
BEIJING: Ahead of this week's annual Defence Dialogue, China has expressed its readiness to work with India to link its ambitious Maritime Silk Road plans with India's 'Mausam' project in a bid to address New Delhi's strategic concerns and derive ...

China to step up urbanisation along Yangtze River
BEIJING, April 5 (Reuters) - China's government released on Sunday a framework to develop sprawling urban areas along the Yangtze River as it moves forward with a decade-long ambition to turn the Chinese heartland into a major economic belt. Although ...

Palace alarmed by China's massive reclamation activities
MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang has expressed serious concern anew over China's reported massive “reclamation activities” in disputed areas in the West Philippines Sea (South China Sea), affirming the Department of Foreign Affairs' claim that Beijing ...

China responds to Pakistan's call evacuating its citizens from Yemen: Hua
BEIJING – Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying on Sunday said that China immediately responded to Pakistan's call for evacuating its citizens from Yemen. At weekly press briefing at the foreign office, he said that it was in accordance with ...

China pledges efforts to renovate rural substandard housing
BEIJING, April 5 (Xinhua) -- China's central government on Sunday vowed to make more efforts to renovate substandard houses in rural areas this year. Assistance should first be given to poor rural families who live in the most dilapidated houses or ...

Week In Review: WuXi Sells Stake In CMO Subsidiary, Lists On China OTC ...
Week In Review: WuXi Sells Stake In CMO Subsidiary, Lists On China OTC ...

China Premier Li calls for "quality" equipment exports
BEIJING, April 6 (Reuters) - Chinese manufacturers should shift the focus to quality from quantity in equipment exports and expand joint production overseas, to boost efficiency in the slowing economy, said a report carried on a government site on ...

Why Africa is the next China
The conventional wisdom about China is that it is an emerging superpower, and that it will be a dominant geopolitical and economic force in the 21st century. Meanwhile, the conventional wisdom about Africa is that it remains a basket case, mired in ...

China Is Simply Doing What Others Have Done for Decades
Erik Voeten is the Peter F. Krogh Associate professor of geopolitics and justice in world affairs at Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. Updated April 6, 2015, 6:45 AM. Despite support from major U.S. allies amid U.S. ...

How China Is Screwing Over Its Poisoned Factory Workers
According to the China Labor Support Network, more than a quarter of the labor force in China is at risk of occupational poisoning. Sim Chi Yin/VII. 3 / 8. Maintaining humane working conditions requires codes that regulate everything from injury ...

Successful Yemen evacuation shows China's strength, internationalism
AL-HODAYDA, Yemen, April 6 (Xinhua) -- It reflects a significant growth in China's comprehensive national power to successfully evacuate hundreds of Chinese and foreigners from Yemen since last week, Tian Qi, Chinese ambassador to Yemen, said in an ...

China's Rising JD.com Scoops Up Yahoo R&D Cast-Off
Bottom line: The move by Yahoo's former China R&D chief to a major local Internet firm reflects growing work opportunities at Chinese companies, and waning attraction of China as an R&D center for big multinationals. A new move by a leading R&D ...

New labor activists emerge from China's migrant workers
SHENZHEN, China (AP) — A new crop of labor leaders is emerging in China as migrant factory workers increasingly demand their rights and a fair share of the country's now-slowing economic boom. Disillusioned with China's officially sanctioned labor ...

China paraxylene chemical plant hit by explosion
An explosion has ripped through a chemical plant in south-eastern China's Fujian province, sparking a major fire. The blast occurred on Monday evening at the plant in Zhangzhou. State news agency Xinhua reported one injury. The plant produces ...

China: Latin America's Financier
When Brazil's largest and most valuable company saw a corruption scandal threaten its financial health, it called on China for help. China was happy to provide the needed funds, as it has been doing throughout Latin America in recent years. The bailout ...

From Pig Farmer to Math Teacher: Chasing Jobs in China
A bit of adventure. The attraction of watching an Asian giant rise. A dismal job market back home. Foreigners continue to head to China in search of work. It may not be as easy as is used to be, say some foreigners, citing tighter visa policies, a ...

China adds voice to call for Yemen ceasefire
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign ministry added its support on Tuesday to calls for a ceasefire in Yemen, after Russia and the Red Cross appealed for a military pause to allow humanitarian aid deliveries and the evacuation of civilians. Ministry ...

Vietnam's Impossible Bind: How to Stand Up to Beijing
HANOI—On a fence-mending visit to Beijing this week, Vietnam's top Communist official will face a dilemma that has dogged his country's leaders for much of the past millennium: how to show deference to China without appearing meek back home. To pull ...

China urges Japan to properly educate youth over disputed islands
BEIJING (Reuters) - China urged Japan on Tuesday to properly educate its youth, joining South Korea in condemning Japan's approval of textbooks its neighbors say distort history by claiming disputed islands. South Korea summoned Japan's ambassador ...

In China's Inner Mongolia, mining spells misery for traditional herders
HOLINGOL, China — When the wind blew in their direction, smoke and dust from a huge aluminum smelter would drift across the grasslands where herders had grazed their flocks for generations in China's Inner Mongolia. A few years after the smelter ...

China to keep track of its tourists' unruly behavior abroad
BEIJING — China says it will try to convince its citizens to behave themselves while traveling abroad by requiring authorities back home to keep records of people doing anything illegal or inappropriate while in other countries. Provincial and ...

China Considering Lifetime Ban for Stars Caught for Drugs, "Moral Misdeeds"
China's media watchdog has warned that it may introduce a lifetime ban on "tainted stars" after a host of big names in the entertainment industry have been swept up in drug and vice busts. Since President Xi Jinping's moral crusade against smut and ...

How to Discipline 90 Million People
China's extensive crackdown on government corruption, which has already ensnared hundreds of thousands of officials in the People's Republic, is now spilling over the country's borders. The State Department recently confirmed that China's legal ...


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