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China's digital giants engage in 'red envelope' wars
China's internet companies are ramping up handouts of coupons, as well as hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cash, in the annual effort to buy customers on China's grandest public holiday. In a week of feasting, reunions, and charity for the ...

Holding Back China's Capital Flight 'Dam' Is Key
The decline in China's foreign-currency reserves to a four-year low, even without evidence of widespread domestic capital flight, adds pressure on policy makers to strengthen the economy through fiscal easing and structural reforms. China's reserves ...

India, China hold first joint drills in Ladakh
The Indian Army team of 30 personnel was led by Col. Ritesh Chandra Singh while the Chinese delegation was led by Col. Qu Yi. Indian and Chinese Army personnel during a joint exercise in Ladakh on Saturday. (Photo: PTI). Bid to avert future border ...

China offers rewards for online "terrorist" tip-offs - Xinhua
SHANGHAI China has pledged to reward people who report online "terrorist" content up to 100,000 yuan ($15,200) for each tip off, after giving out 2 million yuan worth of rewards last year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Monday. "The ...

CCTV's New Year Gala Draws Critique: More Monkey, Less Propaganda
Every year, more than 700 million Chinese people turn on their televisions to watch the state broadcaster usher in the Lunar New Year with comedy sketches, star performances and disturbingly flexible acrobats. This year, many Chinese viewers say the ...

China seeks to calm fears, but growth concerns persist
A country's currency waxes and wanes not only along with its own economy, but also with the relative strength of other nations' currency. Financial markets put money where they think they can make money, and pull it out when those prospects fade. When ...

Top Philippine diplomat and China critic resigns over health
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippines' top diplomat, who was behind a bold government move to challenge the validity of China's vast territorial claims in the South China Sea at an international tribunal, has resigned due to health reasons, officials ...

India says 3Q growth faster than China's at 7.3 percent
NEW DELHI (AP) — India said its economy grew 7.3 percent in the last three months of 2015, a rate of expansion that puts the South Asian nation ahead of China's 6.8 percent growth during the same period. The data released Monday by the Indian Central ...

Pope Remains Silent on Religious Freedom in His First Interview on China
In his first interview on China, Pope Francis urged the world not to fear the communist country's fast rise and sent Chinese New Year's greetings to the Chinese people and President Xi Jinping, but didn't raise the issue of religious restrictions. "For ...

Why China's economic health is more than just the markets
Markets in China take a rest this week for the Lunar New Year. The beginning of 2016 has seen a decline in the Shanghai Index, but the general attitude on China's economy is overly pessimistic. Markets take a break in China for the Lunar New Year. Far ...

How a huge Chinese 'Ponzi scheme' lured investors
BEIJING — Kang Weiwei considers herself cautious. When China's stock market took off, she stood on the sidelines. She steered clear of financial products that she couldn't really understand. But the 32-year-old Beijinger needed somewhere to park the ...

What China Could Learn From Richard Nixon
An anxious superpower is confounded by a troubled economy. For a generation, its growth has been envied; now that growth is decelerating sharply. For decades, it has shaped and guided its economy via tight control of its banks; now that lever is ...

China's message to dissenters: Flee if you dare
Flee China if you dare. But know that, even in foreign lands, your criticism of the Communist Party may be punished if Chinese agents find you and spirit you back to the mainland. That's the message China's government is sending to citizens who dare to ...

Q. and A.: Yan Xuetong Urges China to Adopt a More Assertive Foreign Policy
Yan Xuetong, the director of the Institute of International Relations at Tsinghua University in Beijing, argues for a more assertive foreign policy for China in his latest book, “The Transition of World Power: Political Leadership and Strategic ...

US responses to NKorea nuke, missile tests will upset China
WASHINGTON — North Korean nuclear and rocket tests are drawing quick responses from the U.S. that will upset a supposed partner against Pyongyang's weapons development — China. New efforts to toughen missile defense in South Korea and ...

Year of the Monkey Could Prove Economic Balancing Act for China
February 09, 2016 8:00 AM. BEIJING—. China is up against a tricky situation on the financial front in Year of the Monkey, facing the need to fight capital flight while also stopping a further slide of foreign currency reserves. The year began with a ...

Star Wars: Commander is a big hit in China with 1M users in four days
CMGE, the big Chinese mobile game company, said that Star Wars: Commander has become a No. 1 hit in China, generating more than 1 million downloads in just four days. That shows that the Chinese have a growing appetite for Western content — and ...

China rule change clears path to equity index inclusion
China may not be everyone's dream investment destination at the moment, but Beijing may possibly have found a way to pretty much force a phalanx of foreign investors to pour money into the country. The State Administration of Foreign Exchange last week ...

US Intel: China to Keep Building on Artificial Islands
The U.S. intelligence chief says he expects China to keep building on artificial islands to sustain its "exorbitant" territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper implied that China was militarizing ...

Donald Trump's problematic Great Wall of China comparison
The word “great” in the phrase “Great Wall of China” does not mean what Donald Trump thinks it means. It means monumental, it means large of scale — but in the context of the architectural structure's tragic history, “great” does not mean admirable ...

China Box Office: Stephen Chow's 'Mermaid' Powers Record Single Day
China's box office pulled in $100.5 million, the most ever for a single day in the country, as filmgoers flocked to cinemas during the Lunar New Year holiday. Chinese moviegoers turned out in record force Monday as the country celebrated the Year of ...

Why Morgan Stanley Went Overweight China Utilities
Asia strategy team likes the sector's cheap valuations, attractive yield and resilient return on equity. Email; Print; 0 Comments; Order Reprints. Facebook. Share. Twitter. Google+. smaller; Larger. close ...

China Says Its Students, Even Those Abroad, Need More 'Patriotic Education'
BEIJING — Chinese students, already immersed in classes and textbooks that promote nationalist loyalty to the Communist Party as a bedrock value, must be made even more patriotic and devoted to the party, even when they are studying in universities ...

What the media hides about China's economic slowdown: Greed has corporate elites turning blind eye to nation's ...
What the media hides about China's economic slowdown: Greed has corporate elites turning blind eye to nation's ...

Will China Ever Be Good At Soccer?
Supporters of Guangzhou Evergrande of China display a huge banner before the start of the third-place Club World Cup football match between Guangzhou Evergrande of China and Sanfreece Hiroshima in Yokohama on December 20, 2015. AFP PHOTO ...

China reports first case of imported Zika virus
BEIJING (AP) — China's first case of the Zika virus has been found in a 34-year-old man who recently traveled to Venezuela and is now making a speedy recovery, the government said Wednesday. The man from the southern city of Ganzhou had been ...

Why China Won't Stop North Korea
Eric Patterson is Dean of the Robertson School of Government at Regent University and Research Fellow at Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, & World Affairs. The author or editor of 11 books, he is an expert on the ethics of war ...

North Korea's Rocket Launch Frays Ties Between South Korea and China
BEIJING — When China's leader, Xi Jinping, visited America's firm ally South Korea in 2014, it seemed to be the beginning of a promising courtship. His host, President Park Geun-hye, returned the favor by coming to Beijing last year for an important ...

Atlantic Council Panel: China Likely Doesn't Have the Ability to Invade Taiwan, Yet
Chinese amphibious warship Changbaishan deploys what appear to be several ZBD-05 infantry fighting vehicles as part of Joint Sea 2015 on Aug. 25, 2015. Chinese MoD Photo. When viewed from the Chinese mainland, a hundred miles of water is a long ...

Beijing's Smog Spiked 76% During 2015 Cold Spell
Beijing's air quality is improving little by little — but a plunge in temperatures at the end of 2015 caused the Chinese capital's pollution levels to soar by 76% compared with the previous year. That was the takeaway from data released this week from ...


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