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China Is Slowing On All Cylinders (FXI)
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Lens | China's Superrich: The Bling Dynasty
The current occupant of the White House can keep the Rose Garden. Somewhere on the other side of the globe, a Chinese billionaire built a replica of the White House with an even better view: of Mount Rushmore. Not that he wanted to rub it in. “He ...

China cautions US Navy on patrols in South China Sea
The U.S. is considering deploying aircraft and ships to contest Chinese claims to disputed islands in the South China Sea, U.S. officials said Wednesday (May 13). The USS Fort Worth conducts patrols in the South China Sea as the Chinese frigate ...

China puts cross-border investment funds sale plan on backburner
... * China money managers worry about competition from global giants. * Focus is on getting Hong Kong-Shenzhen trading link off ground. * China total investable assets seen hitting 260 trl yuan by 2020. By Lisa Jucca and Michelle Chen. HONG KONG, May ...

China opposes Japan's bid for wartime facilities' recognition
BEIJING, May 14 (Xinhua) -- China on Thursday said it opposed Japan's bid to have 23 coal mines, shipyards and other early industrial zones recognized as world heritage sites. According to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying, on the list ...

For Asia's giants, trade trumps border dispute as leaders meet in China
Putting geo-politics aside, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are expected to focus on improving economic relations. By Peter Ford, Staff Writer May 14, 2015. close. Chinese President Xi Jinping greets Indian Prime ...

Modern, With Twists of Tradition, in Shanghai
SHANGHAI — A desire to put down roots and own an authentic piece of Shanghai were the twin motivators behind Tom Doctoroff's decision to buy and renovate an old lanehouse in downtown Shanghai. Originally built in the 1920s, the 180-square-meter, ...

From tycoons to state bosses: a look at key people in China's fast evolving ...
From tycoons to state bosses: a look at key people in China's fast evolving ...

China Absent as Japan Parades Military Gear at First Trade Show
Japan showed off homegrown military equipment at its first international defense trade show this week -- an event featuring presentations from countries as far away as Norway and Poland, but none from China or South Korea. Military officers from the U ...

Shenzhen's Tycoon Golf Course the Latest Casualty of China's Anti-Corruption ...
Shenzhen's Tycoon Golf Course the Latest Casualty of China's Anti-Corruption ...

Modi Calls on China to Rethink Stances That Strain Ties to India
HONG KONG — India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, told China's leaders on Friday that it was up to them to rethink policies that he said had hindered cooperation between the two Asian giants. Mr. Modi made the comments to reporters in Beijing after ...

China Clears Police Officer in Death of Unarmed Man, but Controversy Isn't Over
Once again, the fatal shooting of an unarmed man by a police officer has set off a heated public debate, but this time in China. Xu Chunhe, 45, was shot on May 2 by a police officer at the Qing'an train station, in Heilongjiang Province. Reports of his ...

Taiwanese Weigh Risks, Benefits of Improved Ties With China
TAIPEI—. Taiwan's president has made history by ending decades of icy relations with China and signing a series of economic agreements with Beijing. But many Taiwanese say the deals with China have not seen benefits trickle down to common people and ...

CNIT Expands New Media Offerings in Wudang District of Guiyang City
SHENZHEN, China, May 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- China Information Technology, Inc. (the "Company" or "CNIT") CNIT, +4.73% a leading provider of integrated cloud-based platform, exchange, and big data solutions in China, today announced that it has ...

What Is the Korean Dream?
The term "Chinese Dream" is receiving a lot of attention since the President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping embraced the slogan in November, 2012 soon after taking office. In an article for the Huffington Post, French sinologist David ...

Kerry Expected to Bring Up China's Sea Claims During Visit
BEIJING — Secretary of State John Kerry arrives here on Saturday with a basket of knotty issues he hopes to discuss with Chinese leaders, but increasing tensions over Beijing's assertive claims in the South China Sea are likely to dominate the two ...

Yoga develops fast in China over past 20 years
BEIJING, May 16 (Xinhuanet) -- Downward dog, sun salutation, and cat pose. These terms might mean nothing to you, but to millions across China they're now part of their daily lives, as yoga becomes more and more mainstream. And while it's still got a ...

14 centuries ago, when China and India were not frenemies
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-day visit to China that concluded Saturday was meant to mark the start of a new chapter in relations between the world's two most populous countries. Indian and Chinese officials inked 24 agreements aimed at ...

China to bid emotional farewell to Liu Xiang in Shanghai
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will offer an emotional farewell to its newly-retired sports hero Liu Xiang at the Diamond League meeting on Sunday --and then hope desperately to witness a new athletics icon capable of replacing him. Officials confirmed on ...

Heavy rain kills at least four in Guangxi
A freight truck is washed away from a road at Sanfang Township of Rongshui County, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, May 16, 2015. Heavy rains in the region have left at least four people dead and five missing. Local governments have ...

Cannes: Shanghai Media Hub D'Hive Unveils Incentive Plan
Shanghai media hub D'Hive has announced a funding incentive program, which will award up to $5 million yearly to established digital media professionals working on projects in the media hub. D'Hive is owned and operated by U.S.-China business park ...

Analyst: China's Djibouti Ambitions a Sign of the Future
WASHINGTON — China is negotiating a military base in the strategic port of Djibouti, raising the prospect of US and Chinese bases in the tiny Horn of Africa nation — and the latest example of China exerting its military muscle. "There's a much larger ...

How China's Disruptors Will Eat Your Lunch
Very few people outside of China have heard of Lei Jun, but Apple CEO Tim Cook knows exactly who he is. Lei was named FORBES Asia's 2014 Businessman of the Year. The 45 year old founded the tech firm Xiaomi, which in four years has gone from zero ...

China Making Some Missiles More Powerful
WASHINGTON — After decades of maintaining a minimal nuclear force, China has re-engineered many of its long-range ballistic missiles to carry multiple warheads, a step that federal officials and policy analysts say appears designed to give pause to ...

India and China sign $22bn in deals
Chinese banks have granted $2.5bn in credit lines to Bharti Airtel, the Indian telecoms group, in one of the biggest Beijing-backed financings for an Indian group to date. It heads $22bn in business deals signed during Indian prime minister Narendra ...

Palace Museum to limit daily visitor number
People visit the Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, in Beijing, capital of China, May 17, 2015. The Forbidden City will restrict the number of visitors to no more than 80,000 everyday starting from June 13 this year, or the 10th China ...

China powers past Japan to claim 10th Sudirman Cup
China's Lin Dan celebrates after winning the men's singles match against Japan's Takuma Ueda during the final at 2015 Sudirman Cup BWF World Mixed Team Championships in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong Province, May 17, 2015. China beat ...

Not flattered by imitation
A huge pagoda, top, rises above the New Yuanmingyuan, a newly built replica of Beijing's Old Summer Palace in Hengdian township of Dongyang city in eastern China's Zhejiang province. The original palace and grounds were looted and destroyed by ...

China Builds an "Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier" in the South China Sea
China appears to be turning Fiery Cross Reef into an unsinkable aircraft carrier. This and subsequent photos: Google Earth. In World War II, U.S. admirals often referred to the string of islands and atolls they were capturing as "unsinkable aircraft ...

Xi Tells Kerry China and U.S. Can Both Be Powers in the Pacific
The U.S. and China must manage disputes in a way that doesn't affect their relationship, President Xi Jinping told visiting Secretary of State John Kerry, as the U.S. urges China to curb its territorial expansion in the South China Sea. The U.S.-China ...


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