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China zooms in with world's biggest radio telescope
China has completed construction of the world's largest radio telescope — a man-made bowl cut into the mountains of southern Guizhou province which will scan the heavens for clues as to the origins of the universe and signs of intelligent life. The ...

Hong Kong officials to visit Beijing for talks over bookseller
A senior Hong Kong delegation will head to Beijing for talks following explosive revelations by a bookseller who said he was detained for eight months on the mainland, the city's leader said today. Lam Wing-kee, 61, has said he was seized after ...

Ling Jihua: China jails top Hu Jintao aide for corruption
An ex-aide to retired Chinese president Hu Jintao has been jailed for life for corruption, illegally obtaining state secrets and abuse of power. Ling Jihua pleaded guilty and "decided not to appeal", state media reported. Ling was in effect chief-of ...

China criticizes Japan over 'dangerous' jet scramble
BEIJING China strongly criticized Japan over a scramble of military aircraft from the two countries on Monday amid a dispute over islands in the East China Sea. Two Japanese fighter jets took "provocative actions" at a high speed near a pair of Chinese ...

China seeks top-two finish in Rio
With exactly one month to go before the 2016 Summer Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, Chinese athletes are making a final push to consolidate their established strengths. China topped the Olympic medals table for the first time in 2008, a feat ...

China criticises Japanese jet scramble over East China Sea
China has criticised what it called a "dangerous" Japanese jet scramble over disputed islands in the East China sea. The Ministry of National Defence said on Monday that the Japanese jets had "lit up" the Chinese fighters with their fire-control radar ...

In pictures: Stories from China's floods
With more than 180 people killed in flooding along China's Yangtze River, Chinese netizens are taking to micro-blogging site Weibo to share pictures and stories of the impact of the floods. The villagers rowing in the flood after Jushui River broke the ...

China acted in accordance with the law in Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee's case
In collaboration with certain politicians, Lam Wing-kee, one of the Causeway Bay booksellers, has been busy holding press conferences, making statements and writing articles criticising mainland China, as if the mainland authorities had done something ...

China says wants peace after newspaper warns on South China Sea clash
BEIJING China's government sought to downplay fears of conflict in the South China Sea after an influential state-run newspaper said on Tuesday that Beijing should prepare for military confrontation in the area. The joint editorials in the Chinese and ...

Twitter estimates that it has 10 million users in China
Twitter has been blocked in China since around 2009. That seriously hampered any hopes that the U.S. firm — which is struggling to grow its userbase worldwide — had in China, but the service does still have a hardcore base of loyalists who use it in ...

China calls for fair treatment of its companies in takeover deals
BEIJING China called on other countries to treat its companies "objectively and fairly" in overseas acquisitions bids on Tuesday as Chinese home appliances maker Midea (000333.SZ) looked set to secure a controlling stake in German robotics giant Kuka ...

For Disney And Wanda, China Holds The Keys To A New Theme Park Kingdom
Last month, Disney opened its $5.5 billion theme park in Shanghai. It marked its biggest investment overseas–and drew a line in the magical sand for China's homegrown theme park competitor, Dalian Wanda Group. Chaired by China's richest man, Wang ...

China's $5 Trillion Opportunity
Justin Fox is a columnist writing about business. Prior to joining Bloomberg View, he was the editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. He is the author of “The Myth of the Rational Market.” Fox has also worked at Time, Fortune, American ...

China Wants To Set Its Own Navigation Rules In South China Sea
China wants the South China Sea to be its own sea. And set its own navigation rules in one of the busiest trade regions of the world—most coming from China itself. Just a few days before the ruling of the International Court of Hague (ICH) on the ...

Look Who's Winning A New Generation Of US-China Patent Disputes
If we were around in the late 1990s and the following decade, we're programmed to think that whenever a foreign company alleges patent violations in China, the foreign side is right. Chinese firms across industries have such a long legacy of copying ...

UN panel says China is arbitrarily detaining US citizen
A man looks at his smartphone in a commercial complex in Beijing on July 6, 2016. AFP / GREG BAKER. RSS; Follow; Email; Print; Share. Associated Press. loading ... you've reached a subscriber-only article. Sign up now and access the full breadth of The ...

Hainan: Discovering the Hawaii of China
Rod Pascoe basks in tropical temperatures on a fabulous - and surprising - resort island off China's southern coastline. Part of the cultural performance at Binglanggu village. Photo / Rod Pascoe. My Chinese drycleaner laughed when I picked up my ...

Week-long floods in central China paralyse city of Wuhan's transport network
Persistent torrential rain, which is continuing to batter central eastern China, has paralysed the transportation network in the centre of Wuhan, Hubei's capital city. More than 110 dead or missing in floods in China's Yangtze River basin. The ...

China shares pressured by sliding yuan but pull off lows
HONG KONG, July 6 Chinese stocks struggled on Wednesday as the yuan fell to fresh 5-1/2 year lows and investors fled riskier assets on worries over the fallout from Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union. The blue-chip CSI300 index rose ...

China's 'chubby girl' transport aircraft enters PLA service
China's largest ever military aircraft entered service on Wednesday, a hulking transport capable of sending troops and tanks around the world at a moment's notice. The Y-20 Kunpeng, nicknamed “chubby girl”, arrives at a time when Beijing is plotting a ...

Brexit: The View From China
Chairman Mao would have approved with his trademark perspective: “Look the world is being turned upside down.” Today's Chinese rulers facing the confusion and uncertainty that has followed the Brexit decision would not take quite such an iconoclastic ...

China's innovation economy a real estate bubble in disguise?
SHACHENG, China The Chinese government's call to the nation to build an innovation-driven economy from the top down has sparked a rush by local governments to construct new buildings in the name of supporting creativity. Innovation centers have been ...

China rocks: Is this the world's best climbing?
Getu, China (CNN) With bare hands, no safety ropes and loosely laced canvas sneakers on his feet, Huang Xiaobao clambers up the sheer rock face with surprising ease. Below him churn the silted waters of China's Getu River, swollen with the previous ...

China steps up flood rescue in Wuhan
Flood relief and rescue efforts have been stepped up in the Chinese city of Wuhan, which has been hit by severe flooding. Transport links and water and power supplies in the city of 10 million are severely affected. Flooding across central and southern ...

China, Taiwan brace for super typhoon after dozens killed in flooding
China was bracing for a super typhoon on Thursday after weeks of heavy rain killed dozens and submerged huge swathes of the country in floods. Typhoon Nepartak, which is barrelling towards Taiwan after packing winds of up to 163 mph on Wednesday, ...

Walmart workers launch wildcat strikes across China
Walmart staff across China have launched a series of wildcat strikes against the company's new working-hours system, in an unprecedented bout of nationwide co-ordination by workers. Employees in one store in the southern city of Nanchang went on strike ...

As Narendra Modi arrives in Africa, he'll do well to avoid thinking about China
“Today, we pledge to walk together, with our steps in rhythm and our voices in harmony. This is not a new journey, nor a new beginning. But, this is a new promise of a great future for an ancient relationship.” The words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...

China's New Worry: Outsourcing
Chinese officials have a new concern: outsourcing. So they're “encouraging” companies in the southern and eastern parts of China, where wages and other production costs are highest – Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai and Zhejiang, in particular – to move ...

Qingdao Sifang breaks silence, saying trains were still safe
The SMRT train built in China by a joint venture between Kawasaki Heavy Industries and CSR Qingdao Sifang. PHOTO: SMRT CORP. Published. 11 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print ...

341 Trains Cancelled As Typhoon 'Nepartak' Set To Hit China
Men watch waves crash at the coast as Typhoon Nepartak approaches in Taiwan on July 7, 2016. (Reuters). Beijing: China today cancelled 341 trains in its southeastern Fujian province as the country braced for this year's first typhoon Nepartak ...


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