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This Beauty Queen Is the Accidental Spokesperson for China?s Oppressed
Miss World contestant Anastasia Lin is trapped in Hong Kong, barred from entering China for the pageant because she spoke out against Communist Party persecution. But the free-thinking beauty queen tells the Daily Beast she won't stay silent about ...

China home prices seen rising 2 pct in 2016 on extra policy support
... * Home prices seen +2.0 pct in 2016. * All respondents expected more steps to lift the market. * Small cities to see sharper price corrections. By Xiaoyi Shao and Nicholas Heath. BEIJING, Dec 1 China's home prices are expected to rise slightly in ...

China's Didi Kuaidi Plans Expansion, Says It Has Broken Even In Over 100 ...
China's Didi Kuaidi Plans Expansion, Says It Has Broken Even In Over 100 ...

China's Xi in Zimbabwe to sign power, infrastructure deals
HARARE Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Zimbabwe on Tuesday, the first visit by a Chinese leader since 1996, amid expectations that he would sign deals to fund infrastructure, electricity generation and other projects. Zimbabwe, which became a ...

Airpocalypse Now: Toxic Smog Cloaks Beijing During Climate Talks
On Tuesday, indices of PM2.5 particulates -- the small cancer-causing pollutants -- soared past the 500 mark and sent them shooting off traditional scales and into territory the U.S. Embassy once described as “crazy bad.” The U.S. Environmental ...

How China is like the US a century ago
China's yuan on Monday gained the International Monetary Fund's imprimatur as a reserve currency, but that won't actually change anything—at least not anytime soon. After all, it's not like countries are going to start ditching their dollars for yuan ...

China may pay 'international price' in South China Sea legal case, experts say
HONG KONG/MANILA When an international court ruled in late October that it had jurisdiction to hear a case filed by the Philippines against China over the disputed South China Sea, Beijing dismissed the decision, saying it would "lead to nothing ...

China Said To Launch 'Massive' Cyber-Attack On Australian Government
SYDNEY, Dec 2 (Reuters) - A major cyber-attack against Australia's Bureau of Meteorology that may have compromised potentially sensitive national security information is being blamed on China, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) reported on ...

China Is Now the Top Source of Foreign Tourists to Japan
Sino-Japanese relations remain frosty amid ongoing territorial tensions and in the wake of China's massive military parade lauding Japan's World War II defeat. But Chinese tourists are flocking to the Land of the Rising Sun in unprecedented numbers, ...

Beijing's Skies Begin to Clear as Toxic Smog Levels Stay North
A woman wearing a face mask rides a bicycle along a street in Beijing on Dec. 1. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg. Don't Miss Out — Follow Bloomberg On. Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube. Recommended. SUN VALLEY, ID - JULY 10: Mark ...

Strong ties with China benefit Argentina, say experts
BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- Promoting strong ties with China can benefit Argentina's finance, trade and economy, experts said Tuesday. In separate articles published in Argentine daily La Nacion, experts offered their insights into the advantages ...

ATF: Passion Sells 'Worst Driver' Format to China (EXCLUSIVE)
A Chinese version of “Worst Driver” will screen on the iQIYI streaming video platform from early next year. That follows a deal between Passion Distribution of the U.K. and Chinese producer and distributor IPCN. The agreement is the first sale of the ...

China Road Rage Cases Top 17 Million So Far in 2015
Road rage – a term that originated in the U.S. in the late 1980s to describe often-violent anger behind the wheel – is now becoming a serious problem in China, the world's most populous country and the No. 1 car market. So far this year, Chinese ...

China Calls Hacking of US Workers' Data a Crime, Not a State Act
HONG KONG — China has said that a breach of the United States Office of Personnel Management's computer systems, which the Obama administration said exposed the personal information of more than 21.5 million people, was the result of criminal ...

China Said to Peg Local Debt Swap Program at 15 Trillion Yuan
China plans to expand the size of its program for addressing high-cost local government debt to about 15 trillion yuan, Finance Minister Lou Jiwei told a closed-door meeting last month, according to a person who attended the gathering. The initiative ...

China Probes a Senior Oil Official's Mysterious Death
BEIJING—Authorities are investigating the sudden death of the top anticorruption official at one of China's largest oil companies, say people familiar with the investigation, a matter which is roiling Beijing's political elite. Zhang Jianwei, who was ...

Questions Follow Closing of Beijing Art Show on Violence Against Women
BEIJING — “It's all so 'jianghu,' ” said the art historian Tong Yujie, after the cancellation last week of an art exhibition in Beijing on violence against women. “Jianghu,” or “rivers, lakes,” describes China's swirling, muddled society, where ...

China says to cut power sector emissions by 60 percent by 2020
BEIJING China will cut emissions of major pollutants in the power sector by 60 percent by 2020, the cabinet announced on Wednesday, after world leaders met in Paris to address climate change. China will also reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions from ...

China Plans to Upgrade Coal Plants
BEIJING — China's cabinet announced Wednesday that it would try to cut pollution from coal-fired power plants by 60 percent by 2020 through upgrades to plants, according to a report by Xinhua, the state news agency. If successful, the plan for ...

China's Stock Regulator Said to Defend Post-Rout Intervention
The head of China's securities regulator defended its intervention in the aftermath of this summer's stock market collapse, saying it prevented a wider systemic crisis. China's leaders showed foresight earlier this year when they began planning how to ...

Bank of China Appeals Disclosure Order in Counterfeit Case
SHANGHAI — The Bank of China is appealing a decision by a New York court to fine it $50,000 a day for withholding information about counterfeiters' bank accounts in China. The appeal, filed Tuesday, is the latest twist in a five-year legal saga that ...

China says US OPM breach 'criminal', not state-funded attack
The Chinese government has pointed to cybercriminals to be the ones responsible for the data theft involving the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM), dismissing its involvement in the breach. Citing an "investigation", Chinese officials said the ...

Selective Equality? China Retirement Age Plan Sparks Backlash Among Women
China's policy makers have long accepted the need for workers to delay retirement to ease social and fiscal pressures from a rapidly aging population. Few, however, could agree on how to do it. This week, state-backed researchers fueled fresh debate on ...

ADB: China's Economy to Grow Slightly Faster Than Expected
MANILA, Philippines — China's economy will grow slightly faster than expected this year at 6.9 percent and its shift to fostering services and private consumption is helping to support regional growth, the Asian Development Bank said Thursday. An ADB ...

That Time He 'Dropped' a Vegetarian Bun: An American Expat Shows His Dad ...
That Time He 'Dropped' a Vegetarian Bun: An American Expat Shows His Dad ...

Top China Cop Targets Bankers After Locking Up Security Czar
The high-ranking cop who brought down one of China's top Communist Party officials has been put in charge of a corruption probe of the securities industry in the wake of a summer stock crash, said a person familiar with the matter. The appointment of ...

The next battleground in the US-China power struggle
Chinese President Xi Jinping (L), Vietnam Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (2nd L), Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (2nd R) and Vietnamese Politburo member Dinh The Huynh raise a toast after witnessing a ...

China stocks track global markets lower, but still up for the week
SHANGHAI Dec 4 China stocks fell nearly 2 percent on Friday, breaking a four-day winning streak, dragged down by weakness in global markets, but the main indexes were still up for the week. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai ...

Foreigners drawn in as fear and loathing grip China's finance industry
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG A widening regulatory probe into some of China's biggest brokerages has set nerves jangling in a financial industry still recovering from a summer of turmoil, with fear of becoming entangled in investigations spreading among foreign ...

China's markets to get emergency brakes in 2016
Remember when China's markets were crashing by more than 7% in a day? Officials are hoping to make that kind of extreme volatility a thing of the past. Regulators have announced plans to introduce circuit breakers -- a kind of emergency brake -- on the ...


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