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China's Stocks Halt Longest Winning Streak in Eight Months
China's stocks fell for the first time in eight days, halting its longest winning streak since May, as financial and commodity companies slumped. The Shanghai Composite Index fell below 3,000 after rising above that level for the first time in two ...

China to build rail link to Nepal; we struggle to reach Srinagar
Nepal and China have agreed to build a strategic rail link between the two nations. Thanks to the Chinese might, determination, financial muscle and unbridled desire to expand their influence, the mighty Himalayas, once considered impregnable, seem no ...

​Hong Kong feels, and fears, China's tighter grip
HONG KONG - For decades, Hong Kong thrived as an Asian business hub, thanks to its killer combination of Western freedoms, independent courts and closeness to mainland China's booming market. Now political and economic ills from the mainland are ...

Chinese premier vows deepened reform, opening up
BEIJING, March 22, 2016 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (R Center) meets with overseas delegates attending the China Development Forum in Beijing, capital of China, March 21, 2016. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei). BEIJING, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Premier ...

Manchester United announces eight-day pre-season tour in China
LONDON, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Manchester United will be returning to China this summer for Tour 2016, the club said in a statement on Tuesday. More than 107 million followers makes China the country with more Manchester United fans than any others in ...

Waisting time: paper-thin campaign raises questions in China
The country's social media sphere has in recent years been swept by numerous selfie crazes featuring women eagerly demonstrating how well they can physically conform to mainstream beauty standards. The latest example has them posting photos of A4 ...

China's satirical internet queen just got $2 million in funding
A self-made Chinese cyber celebrity popular for satirical videos has secured 12 million yuan ($ 1.85 million) in funding, a sign that China's domestic investors are willing to pay up for original content on social media. Nicknamed “Papi Jiang,” the ...

The only way Facebook enters China is as a tool of the government
Mark Zuckerbeg's charm offensive in China won't let up. Over the past few days the Facebook founder and CEO published a controversial photo of himself jogging in smoggy Beijing, and met in person with China's Minister of Propaganda—an unprecedented ...

Film's Dark Vision of Future Hong Kong Unsettles Beijing
Made on a shoestring budget, "Ten Years" became a surprise hit with local audiences for its dystopian view of the former British colony's future under Beijing's rule. The filmmakers imagine a Hong Kong in which protesters set themselves on fire ...

China Aims to Tighten Its Borders Against Foreign Place Names
Jackson Hole, a community in Hebei Province, on the outskirts of Beijing, mimics the aesthetics of Jackson Hole valley in Wyoming. Credit Sim Chi Yin for The New York Times. HONG KONG — There is a Vancouver Forest in Beijing, a Thames Town in ...

German president, in China, criticizes communist East Germany
BEIJING German President Joachim Gauck told students in China on Wednesday that communist East Germany lacked legitimacy, as he denounced "dictatorship" and called for academic freedom. China is in a midst of a renewed crackdown on civil society ...

China Focus: Leaders of Lancang-Mekong countries convene, China plans loans for infrastructure
SANYA, March 23, 2016 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (3rd R) poses for a group photo with Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha (3rd L), Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (2nd R), Lao Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong (2nd L), Vice ...

Nepal Moves to Open Up China Route
March 23, 2016 9:09 AM. BEIJING—. Nepal's Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli appears to be creating history on his visit to China, which began March 20 and ends this Sunday. The prime minister has signed several agreements aimed at reducing Nepal's ...

Indonesia rebuffs China's demand that fishermen be released
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia has refused Chinese demands that it release eight fishermen arrested for illegal fishing, and accused China on Wednesday of sharply raising tensions in the region by rescuing their seized boat. Tensions flared after an ...

US expects more 'friction and tension' with China
Informed US officials are privately predicting there will be greater “friction and tension” with China in the future, a Washington-based academic said. “Rising tensions with China seem to be accepted in Washington as unavoidable consequences of the US ...

Kyle Bass is wrong on China: Policy adviser Li
Many assumptions about China held by global market players, such as thinking Beijing wants a weaker yuan or that low oil prices are caused by the mainland's slowing growth, are simply wrong, according to a leading Chinese policy adviser. Li Daokui ...

China's Xi to push Obama next week on North Korea talks
BEIJING Chinese President Xi Jinping will push President Barack Obama next week to resume talks on the North Korean nuclear issue, a senior diplomat said on Thursday, a meeting that could also touch on hacking and the South China Sea. China is North ...

China's Li Sees Economic Stability Though Tough Task Ahead
China's economy is showing signs of stabilizing even as it undergoes a major transformation that won't be easy in the near term, Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday. The remarks by Li signal an increased openness among top officials about the nation's ...

Claims school was duped by fake Rothschild scion grips China
BEIJING, China - A top Chinese university may have been duped by a man who received gifts and attended fundraisers by posing as a scion of the Rothschild banking family, a school official said. Tsinghua University vice-president Yang Bin told reporters ...

Andrej Ciesielski risks his life by scaling 1381ft high Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai
These stomach-churning images were taken by a group of rebellious teens who happily risked their lives for the ultimate tourist snap - taken 1381ft above the ground. Andrej Ciesielski, 18, captured the incredible images after sneaking past security ...

China admits 6 positive tests in swimming; denies cover-up
BEIJING (AP) — China's anti-doping agency said Thursday it has recorded six recent positive drugs tests by Chinese swimmers. The agency confirmed the cases to The Associated Press after the British newspaper The Times reported it had been approached ...

Hong Kong missing booksellers: Lee Bo returns from China
A missing Hong Kong publisher who sold books critical of China's leadership has returned to the city, police say. Lee Bo, who is a British citizen, was widely believed to have been abducted and taken to mainland China. His disappearance last year with ...

China considers media tour to disputed islands in West PH Sea
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said the Chinese government is considering to invite foreign journalists for a visit to the disputed islands and reefs claimed by China in the West Philippine Sea. But do not expect the Chinese ...

Jiang treble keeps China's World Cup hopes alive
A Jiang Ning hat-trick helped China beat tiny Maldives 4-0 on Thursday as they maintained their slim hopes of reaching the Russia 2018 World Cup. Jiang struck in the third, 84th and 91st minutes against the team from the holiday archipelago as China ...

Nepal inks 10 deals with China, cutting dependence on India
Nepali Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli's visit to China has yielded ten agreements, including a landmark deal on transit trade. Aimed at reducing Nepal's overwhelming economic dependence on India, the transit agreement will give the landlocked Himalayan ...

China Aluminum at 6-Month High After Li Says Economy Stabilizing
Aluminum in China advanced to the highest level in almost six months after Premier Li Keqiang said the world's second-largest economy is showing signs of stabilizing, bolstering the outlook for demand for metals. Aluminum rose as much as 1.7 percent to ...

Missing Hong Kong bookseller goes back to China
Hong Kong bookseller Lee Bo, who went missing three months ago and surfaced in China, is already on his way back over the border after a brief return home, local media has reported. The 65-year-old British citizen returned to Hong Kong on Thursday ...

China Sends Unclear Signals on North Korean Sanctions
March 25, 2016 3:44 AM. SEOUL—. China is sending out conflicting signals on its support for tough new international sanctions against North Korea. The United Nations adopted the expanded sanctions on March 2 to punish the Kim Jong Un government for ...

Beijing not keen as Panama invites Taiwan, China leaders
BEIJING/TAIPEI China reacted frostily on Friday after Taiwan ally Panama said it had invited leaders from both China and self-ruled Taiwan to attend the inauguration of the expansion of the Panama Canal in late June, in what would be an awkward ...

Shanghai Tightens Non-Local Homebuyer Rules as Prices Surge
Authorities in Shanghai, where housing prices soared 21 percent in February from a year earlier, said they will tighten criteria for non-local home buyers and take other steps to help stem a surge in property prices in China's financial hub. The local ...


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