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Interview: Granting China MES to take away big political friction in China-EU relations: EU expert
Workers make shoes for export at an OEM shoemaking factory in Putian, southeast China's Fujian Province, Jan. 7, 2016. Putian, an OEM shoemaking base, has more than 4,000 shoemaking enterprises. In 2015, its 260-odd enterprises above designated ...

NORTH KOREA North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un listens during the party congress in Pyongyang, North Korea. Photo: AP. Associated Press. Share. PrintEmail. Related topics. North Korea. Related Articles. North Korea's Kang Sok-ju (right), with German Ambassador to ...

How old-school factories stay alive in China's south
SHILING, China Squeezed by high costs and unpredictable demand, some factories in southern China's manufacturing heartland are turning to a new strategy to survive: hiring workers by the day. It is a far cry from Beijing's vision of a slick, hi-tech ...

China defeat S.Korea to claim 3rd straight Uber Cup title
Top seed China secured their third straight Uber Cup title by beating South Korea 3-1 in the final on Saturday. It was the third time in the last four years for China to meet South Korea in the Uber Cup final. The host enhanced the dominate position ...

Why people in Hong Kong scoff at China's grandiose Belt and Road plans
City traffic returns to normal. But we are still trying to decipher what Beijing really means when they want Hong Kong to cooperate with them on the Belt and Road strategy. As a former officer in the World Bank Group, I have worked in and visited all ...

China suppresses Christianity from the top down
A cross that had been torn down by Chinese government workers at a Protestant church in the village of Taitou in Zhejiang Province last year. Photo: Associated Press. mail · print. View all 0 comments ...

China's growth problems will not be cured by retail therapy
The performance of the luxury industry depends on the vigour of the global economy and the success of people who want to buy upmarket products. Aspirational consumers of luxury goods have done relatively well almost everywhere. But the growth of the ...

How 'Made In China' Became Cool
A revolution in consumer sentiment has spread across China. “Made in China” no longer inherently means cheap, inferior, and unfashionable. The respectable Chinese brand has emerged, and some have not only caught up with their more established ...

China marks Int'l Day for Biological Diversity
BEIJING, May 22 (Xinhua) -- A conference was held in Beijing on Sunday to mark International Day for Biological Diversity and the 60th anniversary of the initiation of nature reserves in China. Han Qide, vice chairman of the National Committee of the ...

New Taiwan president showed will to maintain 'status quo' with China
How will Taiwan work to build stable relations with China at a time when Beijing is heightening tensions across the Taiwan Strait? This is a daunting task facing Taiwan's new administration. Tsai Ing-wen, the leader of the independence-leaning ...

After 8 Years Of Calm, Old Foes Taiwan And China Start Arguing Again
A new president took office in Taiwan Friday without fully agreeing to talks with her government's old political rival China. Chinese officials have warned that Taiwan must come to the table on their conditions. Despite anxiety from Beijing to ...

China flags greater appetite for Australian goods, including bottled water
China has flagged an even greater appetite for Australian dairy products and other goods as consumer demand surges for high quality agricultural imports from Down Under. Bank of China executive vice-president Gao Yingxin told a conference in Sydney ...

'Angry Birds' tops China's weekend box office, pulling in 195m yuan
The Angry Birds Movie topped the box office in mainland China, generating the biggest weekend sales for an animated film in the world's second largest movie market since January. The cartoon, an adaptation of the popular Rovio Entertainment game, ...

America must 'steer clear' of China's affairs: Former foreign minister
The future development of Sino-US ties is promising, but the United States should stay away from China's internal affairs, a retired Chinese diplomat has warned. Li Zhaoxing, who was foreign minister between 2003 and 2007 and is known for his blunt ...

China-Pakistan: Celebrating 65 years of friendship
China and Pakistan are celebrating 65 years of their diplomatic relations, which were formally established on May 21, 1951. Gradually, routine diplomatic ties have been transformed into a solid friendship, often termed as "higher than the Himalayas ...

The Trade Show of Everything
Between the Pazhou subway station and the entrance to the 119th China Import and Export Fair, there is a fair before the fair. All attendees—by official count, there are 185,596 buyers present—must follow a series of metal barriers to reach their ...

'Carrier-killer' missiles: Will China succeed where the Soviet Union failed?
For all of the analysis (including my own) concerning the real dangers posed by 'carrier-killer' weapons being developed by China and now Iran, one thing remains constant: hitting a moving target in the vast expanses of the open oceans of the world is ...

In China, Old-School Stocks Are Back in Style
HONG KONG—China's stock-market recovery has taken on a retro feel in recent weeks, as Beijing resorts to debt-fueled investment spending to prop up the country's growth. “Old-economy” stocks, including state-owned companies in sectors such as steel ...

China Delivers Muted Response to US Lifting of Arms Embargo on Vietnam
BEIJING—China reacted cautiously to U.S. President Barack Obama's promise on Monday to lift a long-standing ban on weapons sales to Vietnam, a sign that Beijing is deferring judgment on what warmer relations between Washington and Hanoi could ...

Oil's Recovery Under Threat as Tankers Run in Circles Off China
In late February, the tanker Jag Lok loaded oil from Equatorial Guinea in western Africa and set sail for the Chinese port of Qingdao, the gateway to the world's newest buyers of crude, a journey of more than 12,000 nautical miles. After reaching its ...

China's internet propaganda is more subtle and sophisticated than it ever has been
Chinese government propaganda is often pretty heavy-handed. State media insist that economic growth will be L-shaped, for example, but do not bother to say what that means. A string of bizarre English-language music videos demand praise for China's ...

China's Middle Class Vents Over Growing List of Grievances
BEIJING—The death here of a 29-year-old man in police custody—a new father and graduate of a prestigious Chinese university—has exposed increasing anxieties in the country's growing middle class, already shaken by a decelerating economy and a ...

China, Hong Kong shares fall; resource sector hit by economic gloom
... * CSI300 -0.7 pct; SSEC -0.8 pct; HSI: -0.4 pct. * China's outstanding margin loans fall to 18-month low. * Resource shares drop on lower commodity prices. SHANGHAI, May 24 Chinese and Hong Kong shares fell in line with regional markets on Tuesday, ...

China Wants To Stretch Rail Network All The Way To Touch Bihar: Report
China's railroad is expected to reach Nepal border by 2020. The rail line makes it possible to connect China to India as from Rasuwagadhi to Birgunj, which borders Bihar is only 240 km. (Representational Image). Beijing, China: ...

China's Richest Man Just Picked a Fight With Disneyland
Wang Jianlin's Wanda Group is also building amusement parks. Over the weekend, China's richest man, Dalian Wanda Group founder Wang Jianlin, took to the state airwaves to pick a public fight with Disney. His target was Disney's biggest one-time ...

President Pranab Mukherjee arrives in China to boost bilateral ties
Bilateral ties have been on an upswing since Xi's landmark India visit in September, 2014 during which both countries had signed 12 agreements and China pledged an investment of USD 20 billion in India's infrastructure sector. By: PTI | Guangzhou ...

RMN chief: Maritime challenges won't affect Malaysia-China ties
Adm Kamarulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin (left) paying a courtesy call on Gen Xu Qiliang at the headquarters of the Chinese Defence Ministry in Beijing on Tuesday. Popular Now in News. Motorcyclist crushed by trailer at Klang roundabout · Six years' jail for ...

China Warns Obama After Vietnam Arms Deal
President Obama should not try and spark a fire in Asia says China. (File Photo). BEIJING: China warned President Obama on Tuesday not to spark a fire in Asia after he announced the lifting of a longstanding embargo on lethal arms sales to Vietnam ...

On the Agenda But Off Guest List, China Eyes G-7 in Japan
World leaders meet in Japan this week for talks that will encompass the slowing Chinese economy and China's reclamation of land in the disputed South China Sea -- without any representatives from Asia's largest economy at the table. Prime Minister ...

Beijing lines up diplomatic battle groups over South China Sea
BEIJING, China — The disputed rocks and reefs of the South China Sea are more than an ocean away from the landlocked African nation of Niger. But that has not stopped the strife-ridden, largely desert country of 17 million people adding its voice to a ...


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