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China News 09/2015 (Page 3)



China Box Office: 'Regiments' Wins on Patriotic Holiday Weekend
The long holiday weekend failed to boost the overall China box office, though individual films, notably “The Hundred Regiments Offensive,” got a lift. With Thursday and Friday taken as holidays to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the ending of ...

Brookes: China flexing its muscles globally in bid to intimidate
Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with saying some 200 years ago that “China is a sleeping giant. Let him sleep for when he wakes he will shake the world.” Pretty spot on, don't you think? China's stock market and questions about the Middle Kingdom's ...

Beijing police shoot suspect in knife attack
BEIJING Chinese police on Tuesday shot and wounded a man in downtown Beijing who resisted arrest after killing one person and injuring several others with a kitchen knife, the city's police said on their official microblog. They identified the suspect ...

A bold new Instagram collaboration offers fresh eyes on China
Close your eyes and picture China. If you were raised outside of the country, you conjured images of men in uniform, a portrait of Mao, or factories belching smoke against a matte, gray sky. These are the visual shortcuts that tend to frame the "China ...

Bon Jovi fans shot through the heart as China cancels concerts
Ageing rock band Bon Jovi has had the plug pulled on its first concerts in China after officials learnt that a picture of the Dalai Lama had featured in a video backdrop in a concert five years ago. The abrupt cancellation of two concerts next week in ...

Economists React: China August Trade Data Add To Slowdown Concerns
China on Tuesday posted another raft of weak data, as sagging global demand for Made in China dragged on the export sector while lower-than-expected import figures pointed to domestic sluggishness. The nation's exports dropped 5.5% in August from a ...

China's Mixed Results on Economic Reforms
BEIJING—. Analysts in China say the country's ongoing efforts at economic reform are facing rare resistance from Communist leaders in Chinese provinces, state-owned enterprises (SOEs), retired party leaders who still enjoy clout and sections of the ...

In Africa, Those Who Bet on China Face Fallout
JOHANNESBURG—As the global oil-price slump passed its one-year anniversary in June, Angola's President José Eduardo dos Santos booked a trip to Beijing. The long-serving autocrat hoped fresh loans and investment from China, Angola's top trading ...

China Flexes Tech Muscles Before a State Visit
HONG KONG — As President Xi Jinping of China prepares for his first state visit to the United States this month, Washington has warned that it could hit Chinese companies with sanctions over digital attacks for trade secrets. Beijing is now pushing ...

China stocks bounce for second day on stimulus hopes
SHANGHAI China stocks rebounded for the second day on Wednesday to a three-week high, with the Shanghai market moving into positive territory for the year on hopes of fresh government stimulus. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in ...

Boost In Asian Markets Has China Central Bank To Thank
Xie Xie, Zhou Xiaochuan! “You're welcome!” Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People's Bank of China, helped calm markets this weekend at the G-20 meeting in Turkey when he said China's stock market correction was just about over. (Photo by Feng ...

One Thing China Got Right
China's management of the world's second-largest economy hasn't gone swimmingly of late, but authorities have succeeded in one vital though little-noticed mission. They've closed the gap between the market value of the yuan and its official daily value ...

Citigroup Sees 55% Risk of a Global Recession Made in China
In an analysis published late on Tuesday, the New York-based bank's chief economist, Willem Buiter, said there is a 55 percent chance of some form of global recession in the next couple of years, most likely one of moderate depth and length. Unlike the ...

The real ticking time bomb in China's economy
Real estate debt might do to China's economy what it did to the United States'. As more bad economic news continues to filter out of China, most eyes have been fixated on the volatile fluctuations of the nation's equity markets and the potential ...

Chinese premier seeks to quell global markets' China fears
DALIAN, China/SHANGHAI China has fended off the major risks to its financial system while its economic prospects remain positive, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday, as he tried to reassure global markets that Beijing can keep its economy on track ...

'Mission Impossible' Takes No Prisoners In $18.2 Million China Opening Day
As predicted here back in early August, Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation got off to a record-breaking start in its Chinese debut with an $18.2 million (RMB 115.9 million) first-day tally on Tuesday, including $1.4 million from midnight screenings ...

5 (More) Things China Hasn't Changed In 5 Years
About year ago this blog ran a post called “5 more things China hasn't changed in 5 years.” Suddenly everything is changing. Economic growth that steers much of the world's trade and finance will slow to 7% this year from an official 7.3% last year ...

China to explore 'dark side' of the moon
(CNN) China has confirmed it plans to send a spacecraft to land on the moon's "dark side" before 2020, state media reports -- a mission, which, if successful, would make it the first country to do so. The mission will be carried out by the lunar probe ...

China says senior official visited Interpol to push graft fight
BEIJING A deputy head of the Chinese Communist Party's graft watchdog visited Interpol as part of a trip to France to push for greater international cooperation in China's fight against corruption, state media said on Thursday. The government earlier ...

Shanghai Towers Ready About One Month Too Late for Glorious
For sale, quite soon: Two towers of luxury homes in Shanghai's thriving Xuhui district overlooking the Huangpu River. Just maybe not in time to bring their developer some badly needed cash. Glorious Property Holdings Ltd., controlled by tycoon Zhang ...

Tianjin Chemical Explosion Raises Concerns, in China and the US
To the Editor: Re “Behind Blast, Shortcuts and Lax Rules” (front page, Aug. 31): Once again, the world has a front-row seat to observe what happens when those responsible for public safety ignore risks in favor of short-term economic gain. In the case ...

Poll: Economic Issues Top Americans' Concerns About China
WASHINGTON—. Ahead of the first state visit to the United States by Chinese President Xi Jinping this month, a new poll finds a majority of Americans troubled by the size of U.S. debt held by China and the perception that China benefits from U.S. job ...

A Show of China's Military Force Serves as Drumroll for US Visit
At the heart of a country that has long considered itself the center of the world sits an empty expanse. Beijing's Tiananmen Square is built for hosting human spectacle, and for decades China's communist rulers–and their occasional critics–have filled ...

China jitters are at an all-time high, this chart shows
Concerns of an unexpectedly sharp slowdown in China's economy have dominated headlines over the summer and now the fears have jumped to an all-time high, according to Société Générale. The bank's so-called newsflow indicator — a four-week ...

Terror in Bangkok creates a new headache — for China
BEIJING – As evidence trickles in that Chinese nationals may have played a role in last month's Bangkok bomb attack, the government in Beijing has a headache. Unrest among the downtrodden Muslim Uighur minority in China's western Xinjiang region has ...

China, US can cooperate on cyber security: Chinese official
SHANGHAI China and the United States can cooperate on cyber security and could work together with other countries on global cyber security rules in a spirit of respect, China's top diplomat was quoted on Friday as saying. The comments from State ...

China Trainmaker CRRC Plans to Double Its Overseas Sales
New York's aging subway system is an irresistible draw for Yu Weiping, vice president of CRRC Corp., China's biggest maker of railway equipment, who says he rides it every time he visits. “I can't help thinking about when we can replace all these noisy ...

Sinosphere | Bon Jovi Adds Taiwan Show After China Cancellations
Bon Jovi has been frozen out of China, apparently because of the band's homage to the Dalai Lama, but its lead singer, Jon Bon Jovi, will still have a few chances to try out the Mandarin-language song he's been practicing. The group has added a second ...

China Stocks in Hong Kong Pare Biggest Weekly Gain Since April
Chinese stocks in Hong Kong pared their biggest weekly advance in five months as traders weighed whether the government will intensify measures to revive the flagging economy. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index fell 0.6 percent to 9,718.28 at the ...

'From big to strong': China sees competitive edge in green cars
BEIJING China's auto sales could be heading for a rare fall this year, but one bright spot is in so-called green cars, where sales have almost quadrupled so far in 2015. With a part-carrot, part-stick strategy of incentives and targets, Beijing is ...


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