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New Year's Eve has been cancelled for most of Shanghai
Last New Year's Eve, a light display in Shanghai turned into a deadly stampede after hundreds of thousands of locals and migrants flooded into the city's glitzy waterfront area. The incident left 36 dead and 49 others injured, victims of an absence of ...

China Box Office: 'Mojin' Marches Towards $200 Million
While Hollywood was blocked from the market during the lucrative holiday period, slapstick comedy 'Devil And Angel' opened to $74 million, and gritty crime drama 'Mr. Six' exceeded expectations with a $40 million debut. Fantasy-adventure flick Mojin ...

Why China's tough, new terrorism legislation could misfire
Michael Clarke is associate professor at the National Security College, Australian National University and is the author of Xinjiang and China's Rise in Central Asia -- A History (Routledge 2011). The views expressed here are solely his. (CNN) China's ...

China, Taiwan Inaugurate Upgraded Hotline Between Sides
BEIJING — Cabinet officials from China and Taiwan have spoken for the first time using a newly inaugurated hotline, the latest effort to build trust between the longtime rivals. The link that went into service Wednesday represents an upgrade in ...

UPDATE 1-China to curb risks from abnormal cross-border capital flows -regulator
(Adds details). BEIJING Dec 30 China's foreign exchange regulator said on Wednesday that it will improve its policy reserves and contingency plans to curb risks from abnormal cross-border capital flows. A fall of $150.3 billion in China's foreign debt ...

Rocker Cui Jian Says His Music Hasn't Changed but China Has
BEIJING — China's godfather of rock Cui Jian says his basic message of personal freedom hasn't changed in his new album, even if the world has. The rocker, who fell out of favor with the government after he sided with demonstrating students during the ...

China Telecom Chairman Resigns Amid Corruption Probe
BEIJING — The chairman of one of China's three main state-owned phone carriers resigned Wednesday following an announcement he is the target of an anti-corruption investigation. China Telecom Ltd. chairman Chang Xiaobing is the latest in a string of ...

China Animal document loss highlights investor risks
In the litany of accounting problems emerging at Chinese companies, Hong Kong-listed China Animal Healthcare has managed a first: losing five years of financial statements midway through a forensic audit ordered by regulators. The animal drug ...

A Bigger, Bolder China in 2016
BEIJING—China's efforts to project its economic and military clout around the world are set to accelerate as the country fleshes out plans for new trade routes between Europe and Asia in 2016 and tries to consolidate its grasp over disputed islands in ...

First Word Asia: Top China E-Commerce Trends You Might Be Missing
What are some of the Internet and E-commerce trends you might be missing in China? Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent have been the biggest beneficiaries of China's fast-growing market. The three giants all reported more user activity and ad revenue ...

China Finds Strong Storm Sank Cruiser in June, Killing 442
December 30, 2015 6:44 AM. BEIJING —. China says the capsizing of a cruise ship that killed hundreds earlier this year was caused by strong storms but that representatives of the shipping company and local authorities should also be punished for ...

China Market Meddling Widens Divide for Onshore-Offshore Prices
For all the talk in Beijing about integrating China with the global financial system, the disconnect between local markets and those in the rest of the world is only getting bigger. From the yuan to stocks and interest rates, intervention by Chinese ...

China finds storm caused sinking of cruiser that killed 442
BEIJING — Chinese authorities blamed freak weather and failures in the crew's judgment for the capsizing of a cruise ship that killed hundreds earlier this year, recommending that the captain be further investigated and representatives of the shipping ...

China says consulted widely on army reform, Xi closely involved
BEIJING China's military consulted widely on its sweeping reform program, with President Xi Jinping closely involved by speaking with soldiers on the frontlines and hand-writing suggestions, the army's newspaper said on Thursday. Xi unveiled a broad ...

As Taiwan polls loom, China warns of new challenges ahead
BEIJING — China on Thursday warned of a serious disruption of ties with Taiwan as the island's voters appear set to elect a new president with a far more skeptical view of dealings with Beijing. The year ahead is bringing “complex changes” and the ...

China rolls out reforms of controversial security force
BEIJING China has introduced reforms promising greater oversight over a controversial system of security officials that has often sparked public acrimony over reports of abusive practices, state media reported. The reforms, announced in media late on ...

China processing graft case against security boss's ex-mistress - paper
BEIJING Chinese judicial authorities are processing a corruption case against a one-time mistress of the country's disgraced top security boss, a state-run Beijing newspaper reported on Thursday. Citing anonymous sources, the paper said Li Xiaomei ...

China Says It Is Building Its Second Aircraft Carrier
BEIJING — China is building a second aircraft carrier, the country's Ministry of National Defense confirmed on Thursday. But unlike the first, this one will be produced entirely using China's own designs and technology, the ministry said. A spokesman ...

China Holds 45 Responsible in Cruise Ship Sinking
December 31, 2015 6:29 AM. After a six-month investigation, China has concluded that strong storms caused the sinking of the cruise ship Eastern Star in the Yangtze River in early June that killed 442 people. Authorities, however, also held 45 people ...

Wall Street Looks for Lower Start to Cap 2015
U.S. equity markets looked to kick off the final trading day of the year as Wall Street bids adieu to a rollercoaster 2015. As of 8:45 a.m. ET, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures were down 78 points, or 0.44% to 17432. S&P 500 futures shed 8 points ...

The Mountain Pass to Nepal Kept Closed By China
12_30_porter_01 A porter carrying goods walks along the landslide affected area that occurred during the earthquake earlier this year in Solukhumbu district, also known as the Everest region, in this picture taken November 28, 2015. Navesh Chitrakar/ ...

China confirms building second aircraft carrier
BEIJING, Dec. 31 (UPI) -- China has confirmed it is building a homegrown aircraft carrier, confirming speculations regarding the country's military build-up. The Defense Ministry's confirmation at a press conference comes just days after officials with ...

French Journalist Leaves China After Being Forced Out
BEIJING — A French journalist left China after being denied press credentials and facing heavy criticism from the Foreign Ministry and state media over her reporting. Ursula Gauthier, a longtime journalist for the French news magazine L'Obs, left on a ...

Writing China: Mark O'Neill, 'The Miraculous History of China's Two Palace ...
Writing China: Mark O'Neill, 'The Miraculous History of China's Two Palace ...

China's advance into Central Asia ruffles Russian feathers
Shymkent, Kazakhstan: Slowly but surely, a four-lane highway is beginning to take shape on the sparsely populated Central Asian steppe. Soviet-era cars, trucks and aging long-distance buses weave past modern yellow bulldozers, cranes and towering ...

China Dec factory activity shrinks, more stimulus needed in 2016
BEIJING China looked set for a soggy start to 2016 after activity in the manufacturing sector contracted for a fifth straight month in December, suggesting the government may have to step up policy support to avert a sharper slowdown. While China's ...

Authorities in China arrest 11 in deadly landslide
BEIJING — Authorities in southern China have formally arrested 11 people for their role in a landslide unleashed at construction waste dump last month that killed 12 people and left 62 others missing and presumed dead. Prosecutors in the southern city ...


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