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BEIJING, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- China is taking resolute pro-growth moves including manufacturing and infrastructure investment against economic headwinds. Their necessity was indicated as the new Caixin purchasing managers' index declined to a two-year ...

Ning leads 100-free heats in a strong morning for China
Ning Zetao edged favorites Cam McEvoy and Vladimir Morozov to lead the 100-meter freestyle preliminaries at the swimming world championships on Wednesday — one of several strong performances by emerging Chinese competitors. Ning won the ...

China developer launches Airbnb-like platform to tap unsold homes
... * Fantasia to use unsold homes for short-term rentals. * Online business to rival Tujia, China's version of Airbnb. * Unsold homes a drag on the flagging property sector. By Clare Jim. HONG KONG, Aug 5 (Reuters) - Chinese developer Fantasia ...

Cross Removals Begin Again in 'China's Jerusalem'
The first ordination of a Catholic bishop in China in three years this week might give some the impression that Beijing is trying to get right with God. Believers in the city known as China's Jerusalem would likely disagree. In May, authorities in ...

China says has stopped reclamation work in South China Sea
KUALA LUMPUR Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday that Beijing had halted land reclamation in the South China Sea, and called on countries in the region to speed up talks on how claimant states should conduct themselves in the ...

The business-savvy abbot of Shaolin Temple is being investigated for womanizing
They call him the “CEO monk,” and the nickname is well earned. Shi Yongxin serves as the abbot of Shaolin Temple, the famous kung fu sanctuary in central China with some 1,500 years of history. He's sparked increasing controversy with his aggressive ...

Sinosphere | Orphan's Essay Sets Off Debate About Poverty in China
In just over 300 Chinese characters, the 12-year-old girl's homework assignment told a story filled with enough tragedy to rival a novel. It was not fiction, though. It was the true story of how her father died four years ago, and how she then watched ...

'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' Should Gross Massive $250 Million In China
The biggest highlight on China's upcoming movie release schedule is the September 8th debut of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, the fifth installment in Tom Cruise's 20-year old action franchise. The new film will be the second Hollywood tent-pole to ...

Money, Lust and Kung Fu: Shaolin's 'CEO Monk' Is Under Fire
DENGFENG, China — Incense drifting through ancient cedars. Saffron-robed monks, limbs a blur of movement, making quick work of imagined enemies. The boing of a giant bronze bell calling the faithful to prayer. This is the scene at the fabled Shaolin ...

China warns Taiwan against return to 'evil ways' of independence
BEIJING/TAIPEI China's top policy maker on Taiwan warned the self-ruled island on Thursday it would soon have to choose between continuing the peaceful development of ties, or returning to the "evil ways" of independence, which would threaten the peace ...

US proposes immediate halt to provocative South China Sea activities by China ...
US proposes immediate halt to provocative South China Sea activities by China ...

Sinosphere | Major Issues for Chinese Leaders to Tackle in Beidaihe, if They Meet
Only one thing is certain about the secretive annual meeting of Communist Party leaders at Beidaihe, a seaside resort 160 miles east of Beijing: that nothing is certain, including when, who, what — even if. Yet many ordinary Chinese are intensely ...

China accuses Manila, Tokyo of joining forces over South China Sea
BEIJING Japan and the Philippines teamed up at a regional security forum this week to attack China over the disputed South China Sea, China's Foreign Ministry said, detailing the feisty defence its foreign minister mounted in return. China claims most ...

China, Hong Kong Cross-Border Fund Sales Said to Await Approval
Money managers and banks are still waiting for regulators to approve sales of funds under the mutual recognition plan between Hong Kong and China a month after its start date, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The China Securities ...

China removes cross from church after month-long protest ends
BEIJING Chinese authorities removed a cross from a church on Friday after Christian protesters ended a month-long sit-in on the building's roof in a bid to protect the cross from what they said was its unfair removal, witnesses said. Communist China ...

Early Look: China Growth Momentum Likely Remained Soft in July
China's growth momentum likely remained on the soft side in July, with weak domestic and external demand sapping industrial output. In July, China's value-added industrial production likely grew 6.6% from a year earlier, according to a median forecast ...

China's Youku Tudou Eyes Virtual Reality Market
2-D, or not 2-D? That is the question for China's major video streaming sites as the country's virtual reality market heats up. On Thursday, the Nasdaq-listed Chinese Internet company Youku Tudou Inc. said that it plans to begin producing original 360 ...

China is the winner in the GOP debate
Arguably the world's most important bilateral relationship took a back seat to Clinton-bashing in the GOP debate last night. But the word "China" did pop up six times (and "Chinese" twice) often in strange, but revealing, ways. Last night, China was ...

China Anti-Corruption Campaign: Former Senior Regulatory Official Li Liang To ...
China Anti-Corruption Campaign: Former Senior Regulatory Official Li Liang To ...

China Detains Lawyer Who Accused Police of Torture, His Wife Says
BEIJING — A Chinese lawyer who defied the authorities by speaking publicly about being tortured in police custody and who had become a vocal critic of a continuing government crackdown on human rights lawyers has been detained by the police, his wife ...

Australian minister recalls China's vital role in WWII
CANBERRA, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- Australian Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull has reminded fellow Australians of China's vital role fighting against Japanese forces during the World Word Two, saying it should not be forgotten that China was ...

China Exports Fall as Lower Demand, Strong Yuan Hurt Growth
Li Keqiang, China's premier, is seeking to find ways to stimulate growth without sharply increasing leverage and sparking more defaults. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook · Twitter · Instagram ...

China's 'saviour' blindsided by crisis
Beijing - After China's stocks crashed in June, the government put more than $400 billion at the disposal of a little-known state agency, the China Securities Finance Corporation, headed by an academic and bureaucrat named Nie Qingping. It was told to ...

China's anti-Ebola efforts further enhance China-Africa community of common ...
China's anti-Ebola efforts further enhance China-Africa community of common ...

Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Is Unexpectedly Freed a Day After Being Detained
PINGYAO, China — A Beijing human rights lawyer said Saturday that he had been released from police custody, a day after being detained in a raid on his apartment. The lawyer, Yu Wensheng, 48, said the police abruptly, and inexplicably, sent him home ...

Justice Crusader: Unmasking Shi Zhengyi's True Identity
Found in the grounds of the Shaolin Temple is a statue of Buddhabhadra, the first abbot of the monastery. (Photo : http://blog.hiddenharmonies.org). The accused has been named, and as for the accuser, who is he, really? Last month, an individual who ...

China reclamation in South China Sea dispute
Recognizing the importance of the South China Sea for Japan as a possible “Achilles heel” for its economy in times of contingencies, Tomohito Shinoda, vice president of the worldwide University of Japan and expert on global relations, said at a recent ...

China Voice: Paid leave a legal right, but shouldn't be forced
BEIJING, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- The right to paid leave should be legally protected, according to the Labor Law of 1995, but so should the right to forgo paid leave. Some employers, especially government institutions, and local regulations have forced ...

Typhoon Soudelor lands on SE China's coastal province
FUZHOU, Aug. 8 (Xinhua) -- Southeast Chinese province Fujian evacuated more than 160,000 people and 32,000 fishing boats in a bid to reduce damage to a minimum as typhoon Soudelor landed on the Chinese mainland Saturday night with strong gales ...

China says has halted reclamation work in South China Sea
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said China must put an end to its “problematic actions” in the South China Sea – the same day China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi told press Beijing has stopped work on land reclamation. Kuala Lumpur. Southeast Asian ...


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