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Macau Casinos Fall on Report China to Regulate UnionPay Use
Macau casino stocks fell in Hong Kong trading after the South China Morning Post reported China will introduce new measures to crack down on the use of illegal China UnionPay Co. point of service devices, which could spur more scrutiny on Macau ...

Taiwan's likely next ruling party says open to China engagement
KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan Taiwan's independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), likely to sweep to power in elections next month, is open to engaging with giant neighbor China, but more trust needs to be built on both sides, a senior party member ...

China Trial Prepares to Mute Human Rights Lawyer
December 11, 2015 10:41 AM. BEIJING—. Chinese authorities will put prominent human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang on trial Monday. Pu, who has spent more than 1½ years in custody, faces up to eight years in prison for allegedly using social media posts to ...

Top China Tycoon Guo Guangchang Reported Missing as Anti-Corruption Campaign ...
Top China Tycoon Guo Guangchang Reported Missing as Anti-Corruption Campaign ...

China security chief calls for better intelligence on terrorism
BEIJING China needs to improve its intelligence gathering abilities and intelligence sharing between different departments it if wants to better deal with the threat of terrorism, its domestic security chief said, in a rare admission of the problems ...

China to loosen stringent urban residency rules
BEIJING (AP) — China will loosen its stringent regulations on urban residency to allow more people to enjoy public services such as housing, education and health care beginning next year. Chinese citizens have for decades been limited in public ...

China November investment growth unchanged at 10.2 percent year-on-year, tops ...
China November investment growth unchanged at 10.2 percent year-on-year, tops ...

Don't Be Afraid of China's Currency Gift Basket
Every five years, China promises the world a currency basket, only to remain tethered to the U.S. dollar. Investors should be on guard that this time the basket is for real. Late Friday, in typical Chinese policy maker style, a currency department of ...

Japan Tops China in Race to Build India's First High-Speed Rail
India selected Japan to help build its first high-speed rail link in a coup for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and a defeat for China, which also had bid for the signature project. The $15 billion deal clinches three years of negotiations and reflects the ...

Band Favored by North Korean Leader Cancels Beijing Concerts
BEIJING — An all-female band formed by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un canceled its concerts in Beijing and abruptly left the Chinese capital on Saturday for unknown reasons. The Moranbong Band had been scheduled to hold three concerts in Beijing ...

Beijing and Delhi: 2 cities and 2 ways of dealing with smog
NEW DELHI -- Two cities. Two very polluted cities. And two very different ways of dealing with twin public health crises. When Beijing's air was forecast to reach hazardous levels for three straight days earlier in December, the government issued a ...

China navy carries out more drills in disputed South China Sea
BEIJING China's navy has in recent days carried out more exercises in the disputed South China Sea, the Defence Ministry said on Sunday, calling them routine drills. China claims almost all of the energy-rich waters of the South China Sea, through ...

China Lays Out Rules Granting City Residents 'Basic' Services
China's central government ordered that “basic” public services be guaranteed to resident-permit holders, which may help millions of the nation's migrant population get access to better medical care and education. Local governments will have to provide ...

Taiwan President's Chosen Successor Opposes China Chip Opening
Taiwanese presidential hopeful Eric Chu said he opposed mainland Chinese investment in the island's microchip designers, breaking with his ally, outgoing President Ma Ying-jeou, as he attempts to close a wide gap in the polls. Chu, the chairman of ...

Xi absent as China marks low key Nanjing Massacre anniversary
BEIJING China marked in low-key fashion its second national memorial day for the Nanjing Massacre on Sunday, with President Xi Jinping skipping the main event and a relatively junior official leading the sombre ceremony instead. China and Japan have ...

Beijing's smog crisis idles factories but other businesses boom
A Chinese man wears a mask to protect against pollution Tuesday as he visits Jingshan Park overlooking the Forbidden City in heavy smog in Beijing, China. (Kevin Frayer, Getty Images). BEIJING — Factories in Beijing that make goods from cement to ...

North Korean pop band cancels Beijing concert, leaves for home
BEIJING An all-female North Korean pop group formed by leader Kim Jong Un abruptly canceled a Beijing concert due to "communication issues" and headed home, Chinese media and the concert venue said. The Moranbong Band was visiting China along ...

China's efforts on climate deal partly due to its pollution
BEIJING — China's push for a global climate pact was due in part to its own increasingly pressing need to solve serious environmental problems, observers said Sunday. China, the world's biggest source of climate-changing gases, was blamed for ...

Mohamed meets Emirati students, visits Great Wall during China visit
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, met in Beijing today with a group of Emirati students in the Chinese universities and colleges. During the meeting ...

The Great China Supply-Side Revolution? Communists Change Tack
When China's top Communist Party officials met in October at the heavily guarded Jingxi Hotel in Western Beijing to ink a new five-year economic plan, a significant policy shift was discussed. Assembled policy makers were reviewing how a year-long ...

China's Headhunters Are Desperately Seeking Credit Analysts
Credit analysts have jumped to the top of Chinese headhunters' most-wanted list after at least seven companies defaulted in 2015, up from only one in the years since the onshore bond market started in 1981. “We haven't seen so much demand for credit ...

How Do You Say 'R2-D2' In Chinese?
By 2017, according to the International Federation of Robotics, China will have more factory robots than any other nation. And there will be more room for automation as the country's robot-to-worker ratio is low, 30 for every 10,000 employees, compared ...

China's Biggest Polluters Face Wrath of Data-Wielding Citizens
Besides facing hefty fines, criminal punishments and the possibility of closing, the worst emitters in China risk additional public anger as new smartphone applications and lower-cost monitoring devices widen access to data on pollution sources. The ...

China's Sinopec building filling station in disputed South China Sea
BEIJING Chinese oil major Sinopec is building a filling station on an island in the South China Sea, as China continues to expand its civilian infrastructure in the disputed waterway, entrenching its reach in the maritime heart of Southeast Asia. The ...

The Hard Reality Behind China's Soft Power
On Monday morning in front of a Beijing courthouse, the Chinese government's ugly underbelly exposed itself to the world. Security agents — some in uniform, others in plainclothes but incongruously identifiable by yellow smiley faces affixed to their ...

Q. and A.: William Lindesay on 'The Great Wall in 50 Objects'
William Lindesay, 59, has written five books on the Great Wall of China. His most recent, “The Great Wall in 50 Objects,” has just been published by Penguin China, and it will be released in Britain and the United States next year. In an interview, Mr ...

China's Case Against a Civil Rights Lawyer, in Seven Social Media Posts
The prominent Chinese civil rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, 50, went on trial in Beijing on Monday on charges of “inciting ethnic hatred” and “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” accusations that supporters say were intended to silence one of China's ...

Shanghai Warns People to Stay Indoors on 'Severe' Air Pollution
Shanghai warned children and elderly to remain indoors and everyone else to avoid physical activity outdoors as air pollution levels worsened. The city's air was classified as “severely polluted,” the worst level of a 6-grade scale, as the air quality ...

Is the sale of a Hong Kong newspaper China's latest power play?
BASED IN Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post has a distinguished 112-year history as an independent news source, in English, about China. For many years it served as a kind of one-step-removed free press for the giant Communist nation next door, ...

China Box Office: 'Point Break,' 'Surprise' Share Chart Honors
Action adventure movie “Point Break” topped the weekly box office chart in China, which is now in a new 'blackout' period. Chinese period comedy “Surprise” won the weekend. “Point Break,” in its second frame, earned $18.8 million, according to data ...


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