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China shows unusual pictures of its fight against terror
BEIJING Chinese state media on Saturday showed rare pictures of its armed forces on what it said was a mission to root out militants in the far western region of Xinjiang. China's government has repeatedly blamed attacks in the far western region of ...

Cooperation Framework Launched for Growth of China, Mekong Countries
Foreign Minister Wang Yi presides over the meeting with foreign ministers from the Mekong countries during the first LMC meeting. (Photo : www.english.cntv.cn). Following talks among senior foreign affairs officials from China, Thailand, Vietnam ...

Washington holds off Texas 77-71 in historic game in China
Andrew Andrews of the Washington Huskies dribbles past Demarcus Holland of the Texas Longhorns during a college basketball game at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai, China, Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015. The University of Texas and University of ...

China Ready To Join France In Combating Terrorism
China's president Xi Jinping said Saturday China is ready to join France and the international community in stepping up security cooperation and combating terrorism after attacks in Paris that killed more than 120 people. “At the sorrowful moment of ...

China capital flows turn positive
Capital flowed into China last month for the first time since an unexpected currency devaluation in August shook investor confidence in the economy, easing fears over financial stability following an unprecedented bout of outflows. Capital has exited ...

21 bodies found after landslide hits east China village
BEIJING — The death toll from a landslide that buried homes in eastern China has risen to 21 people with 16 others still missing, a local government said Sunday. A torrent of mud and rocks unleashed by heavy rains buried nearly 30 homes in a village ...

Car-hailing regulations to set China precedent
A set of proposed regulations for China's online ride-hailing industry are shaping up as a bellwether of how much internet “disruption” Beijing will tolerate — and are being closely watched by the country's biggest tech companies. Last month the ...

Taiwanese island keeps a wary eye on nearby China
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese shells pummelled the Taiwanese island of Kinmen during the cold war, killing many and terrifying the family of Wu Zeng-dong and others. Today Mr Wu. 58, turns spent weapons into souvenirs, shaping the metal into quality ...

China Ministry Links Antiterror Efforts to Paris Tragedy
As China woke up Saturday to news of the deadly attacks in Paris, the country's Ministry of Public Security appeared to use the incident as an opportunity to claim success by its special forces in combating domestic terror. “Today, Paris encountered ...

Rajnath Singh to Visit China to Boost Security Cooperation
Rajnath Singh would spend three days in Beijing followed by a two-day stay in Shanghai. Beijing: Rajnath Singh will visit China this week, the first trip by an Indian Home Minister to the country in a decade during which the two nations will discuss ...

China sounds nationwide security alert after Paris attacks
BEIJING: China today sounded a nationwide alert and ordered its internal security forces to boost their intelligence gathering efforts to thwart any terrorist attack, a day after a wave of terror strikes in Paris killed more than 120 people. Guo ...

China builds buoy-backed observation system in western Pacific
QINGDAO, Nov. 15 (Xinhua) -- China has built an observation network backed by submerged buoys in the west Pacific, a move essential to continuous maritime observation. China's most sophisticated research vessel, Kexue, or "science," returned to the ...

World's Second-Biggest Miner Unfazed by China Growth Pessimists
The head of the world's second-biggest mining company says he's unfazed by pessimism around China's ability to meet official economic growth forecasts that are critical to the fortunes of the embattled industry. “There are lot of pundits saying that ...

China's New 'Little Red Book': A Shopping App for Foreign Products
There's a new little red book gaining traction in China – and no, it's not written by Chairman Mao. XiaoHongShu (小红书), which literally translates as “little red book,” is a social e-commerce shopping app based in Shanghai. Aimed at 18-to-35-year-old ...

China, Hong Kong stocks drop as Paris terror stirs anxiety
... * CSI300 -0.7 pct; SSEC -0.5 pct; His -1.6 pct. * Terror in Paris heralds further global uncertainties-analyst. * airline shares slump in the wake of the Paris attacks. SHANGHAI, Nov 16 China and Hong Kong stocks dropped on Monday morning, tracking ...

Wary of capital outflows, Japan urges China to go slow on yuan reform
TOKYO Japan has expressed concern to China about the pace of capital outflows from the country and has suggested Beijing moves very slowly in reforming its currency system to avoid repeating Japan's past mistakes. After a summer of market turmoil, ...

Dangers Lurk in China's Online-Lending Jungle
Since China's government announced guidelines for websites that link individual investors with borrowers, no detailed rules have been announced, activity has soared to a record and defaults are rising. Online peer-to-peer platforms sold a record 119.6 ...

China is using the Paris attacks to tout its anti-terror efforts at home
Condolence and support from heads of state across the globe poured in to France after Friday's terror attacks in Paris. China's president Xi Jinping told French president François Hollande by telephone that his country is ready to join France in ...

Sinosphere | Standing With France, China Complains of Antiterror Double Standard
The Oriental Pearl Tower, dominating the darkened Shanghai skyline, glowed blue, white and red in solidarity. President Xi Jinping condemned the carnage as an “act of barbarism.” Bouquets — especially white chrysanthemums, the traditional flower of ...

Companies fooled by China growth predictions, says think-tank
Global companies have been fooled into investing too much in the wrong parts of China by inflated predictions of growth in the country's economy and middle class, a new report has claimed. In the report, to be released on Tuesday, US-based think-tank ...

Fox International Inks Production Deal With China's Huace (EXCLUSIVE)
FIP is the local-language production arm of 20th Century Fox, and the deal will result in Chinese-language films that are primarily targeted at Chinese audiences. Huace, which was begun ten years ago as a TV producer, has recently become a major force ...

China, Hong Kong stocks rise, following Wall Street as terrorism fears fade
... * CSI300 +1.5 pct; SSE +1.4 pct; HSI +2.1 pct. * Optimism over yuan's SDR inclusion overwhelms terrorism anxiety. * China's blue chips rise, tech shares correct. SHANGHAI, Nov 17 China and Hong Kong stocks rose strongly on Tuesday morning, taking ...

China Uses Old Playbook to Challenge World in Higher Technology
China is turning to an old formula to challenge the world in higher value-added manufacturing, posing an increasing threat to developed-nation competitors already forced to cope with a slowing global economy. The template: clusters, or the ...

Former Taiwan president's China home becomes a McDonald's cafe
A historic home in China of a late Taiwan president has been turned into a McDonald's cafe. The Hangzhou villa, one of the homes of Chiang Ching-Kuo, has become a McCafe outlet, according to Chinese reports. See also: The McDonald's gray bun is ...

China Doesn't Want Sea Dispute Raised at ASEAN Summit
November 17, 2015 4:49 AM. BANGKOK—. Beijing says it will oppose attempts to make its island-building activities in the South China Sea the focus of this week's leaders' summit in the Malaysian capital. China's vice foreign minister told reporters on ...

Exclusive: After market crash, China mulls single 'super-regulator' - sources
SHANGHAI/BEIJING China is considering bringing together its banking, insurance and securities regulators into a single super-commission, sources told Reuters, following the summer's stock market crash that was blamed in part on poor inter-agency ...

China's Power Play Tests Its Partnerships
As the APEC summit brings Asia-Pacific leaders to Manila, China's trading partners—including the U.S.—are struggling to calibrate their responses to Beijing's expansive maritime claims. Photo: Associated Press. Transcript +. This transcript has been ...

China Exclusive: China to release 5th giant panda into wild
CHENGDU, Nov. 17 (Xinhua) -- Another giant panda bred in captivity will be released into the wild in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Thursday, according to a local breeding center of the endangered species. The two-year-old female Hua Jiao, the ...

Paris Carnage: Impact On China
The horrific rampage in Paris highlights a new China risk: the impact of security fears on Beijing's policy priorities. Friday's carnage will add to domestic arguments against further reforms – be it the lifting of exchange controls or allowing greater ...

Obama calls on China to halt land reclamation projects in South China Sea
Nov. 18, 2015: President Barack Obama, left, and Philippines' President Benigno Aquino III, right, walk off of the stage after participating in a news conference in Manila, Philippines ahead of the start of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit ...


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