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China Charges Canadian with Spying
January 29, 2016 10:09 AM. China said Friday it has charged a Canadian national with spying and stealing state secrets. Kevin Garratt was arrested in August 2014, along with his wife, Julia, who was released after six months in custody although not ...

Activists Sentenced to Prison for Demanding Democracy in China
Last updated on: January 29, 2016 4:18 PM. A Guangzhou, China court Friday handed down guilty verdicts for three Chinese rights activists — Tang Jingling, Yuan Xinting and Wang Qingying — who now face up to five years in prison for “inciting ...

Miners Rescued In China After 36 Days Underground
Four trapped miners in China have been rescued after spending 36 days underground, Chinese state media report. The miners had been stuck in a gypsum mine in Shandong province since Dec. 25, after a collapse that killed at least one person and left ...

Government cyber-surveillance is the norm in China — and it's popular
SHENZHEN, China. When they met most recently, President Obama extracted from his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, a solemn pledge to rein in Chinese surveillance and hacking of U.S. government agencies, companies and individuals. The backsliding ...

The US and China have to resolve their impasse on North Korea
THE UNITED States and China appear to have reached a dead end on the growing problem of North Korean nuclear weapons. Both nations, in their own ways, lack a workable strategy for blunting Kim Jong Un, North Korea's flamboyant leader, and his drive ...

S. Korea, Japan, China education ministers meet for 1st time
SEOUL, South Korea — The education ministers of South Korea, Japan and China on Saturday held the first three-way meeting among the countries that often spar over how their wartime past is described in textbooks. History education wasn't on the agenda ...

China braces for 2.9 billion trips made during New Year
BEIJING — China's peak travel season is kicking into high gear this weekend as hundreds of millions of people go home for Spring Festival celebrations — or head for vacation destinations domestic and abroad. According to the Ministry of Transport ...

Our Sister Cities: Muscatine's friendship with China runs deep
Muscatine's relationship with China has been a great journey of adventure, discovery and friendship. That thread of history runs through our leaders to our people. The United States established full diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of ...

China Shandong: Miners sent tearful thanks to rescuers
Chinese miners trapped underground for 36 days filmed emotional messages on a mobile phone before being brought to the surface by rescuers. The four miners, at times in tears, thanked the teams above ground for working to save them. The men were ...

'Kung Fu Panda 3' China Opening Leaves Bamboo on the Table
Dreamworks Animation's 3rd entry in its Kung Fu Panda franchise got off to what looked like a strong start in China on Friday, taking in $16.1 million on its official opening day. Combined with the impressive $6.6 million it earned in its limited ...

China urges US not to undermine mutual trust
BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- China on Saturday urged the United States to respect and abide by its laws, and not to undermine the mutual trust and regional peace and stability. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying made the remarks as reports said ...

Beijing tops Chinese cities in spending
BEIJING, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Beijing retained its crown as China's biggest shopping city in 2015, as online shopping fever continued to buoy retail sales and drove more old brands to open online stores. According to a report by Beijing Statistics ...

China reorganizing military to close gap with US
Lt. Col. Jason Shelton, plans officer, I Corps, gets some hands-on learning on the use of some of the machinery used by soldiers in the People's Republic of China People's Liberation Army during emergency and disaster relief efforts at the Disaster ...

Disappearances, Forced Confessions: China Targets Dissent
HONG KONG — Chinese law may grant its citizens the right to a trial, but in today's political climate some critics of the government are asking whether it would be in a court of law or the court of public opinion. Since President Xi Jinping came to ...

Leading China pastor probed for suspicion of embezzling funds - church authorities
BEIJING One of China's leading Christian pastors Gu Yuese is being probed for suspicion of embezzling funds, state-backed church authorities in Zhejiang province said, a move that comes after the pastor opposed a campaign to remove crosses from atop ...

Law Speak - China's 'grand strategy'
IN my last Law Speak column I wrote of the US grand strategy towards China as revealed by the influential US think tank – the Council of Foreign Relations – in its March 2015 report. It stressed that China's own grand strategy was to accumulate ...

Capital controls will not cure China's ills
In yet another sign of the strange times we live in, Japan is calling for China to impose controls to stem capital outflows that are eroding the value of the renminbi. Authoritative voices have endorsed this view. This fast-developing orthodoxy that ...

The Battle for the Yuan: How China's Big Mama Hurt Speculators
Chinese officials are using military analogies to describe the People's Bank of China's bruising attack on speculators who were betting against the nation's currency. Take Wang Yong, an academic at the PBOC's training school. He urged policy makers to ...

China stocks saw worst Jan since 2008
A man looks at an electronic board at a brokerage house in Beijing, China, January 4, 2016. If you thought 2015 was bad for Chinese equity markets, this year's started on an even more rocky note. January was the worst month for shares listed on the ...


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