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China shuts off sea for war games
CHINA is closing off a part of the South China Sea for military exercises this week, days after an international tribunal ruled against Beijing's claim to ownership of virtually the entire strategic waterway. Hainan's maritime administration said an ...

Exclusive: US and Chinese labor groups collaborated before China Wal-Mart strikes
CHICAGO OUR Walmart, the American worker group, has taken the unusual step of collaborating with a group of Chinese Wal-Mart workers trying to fight work schedule changes and low wages. OUR Walmart and the Wal-Mart Chinese Workers Association ...

China to send 416 athletes to Rio in largest overseas contingent
SHANGHAI China will send 416 athletes to Rio de Janeiro next month, its largest overseas delegation in Olympic history, continuing its pursuit of medals that saw it take second spot in the table behind the United States four years ago. The country will ...

Taiwan web users join 'Apologise to China' contest
Thousands of people from Hong Kong and Taiwan have signed up to a satirical Facebook event to offer "apologies" to China. The "First Annual Apologise to China Contest" allows people to send in their regrets on how they might have wronged the People's ...

Taiwanese launch 'say sorry to China' contest amid actor row
Taiwanese director-actor Leon Dai (left) was dropped by Chinese director Zhao Wei (right) from her movie No Other Love for allegedly supporting Taiwan's independence. Photos: AFP. mail · print. View all 0 comments ...

Ships worsen air pollution over China, killing thousands - study
OSLO A boom in shipping is aggravating air pollution in China and other nations in East Asia, causing thousands of deaths a year in a region with eight of the world's 10 biggest container ports, scientists said on Monday. Often overlooked compared to ...

China 'concerned' over deadly Kashmir clashes
China today waded into the unrest in Kashmir, voicing concern over the casualties due to clashes as it called for "proper" settlement of the Kashmir issue through "peaceful" means. "The Chinese side is concerned about the deaths and casualties caused," ...

China 'Concerned' Over Kashmir Clashes, Calls For Peaceful Settlement
Clashes broke out between civilians and the security forces after the killing of Burhan Wani. Beijing: Commenting on the unrest in Kashmir, China today said it hoped that the situation will be "handled properly" and "relevant parties" will address the ...

Silk Way rally's venture into China strengthens Moscow-Beijing relations
Aidyn Rakhimbayev, a Kazakh multimillionaire, was roaring through the grass between a hill and a birch forest in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia when his highly customised Mini Countryman suddenly swerved off to the side with a popped tyre, setting ...

China says expects tough challenge for medals at Rio
BEIJING China expects strong pressure to win medals at next month's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro from teams which have begun to better challenge its dominance in sports like badminton, state media said on Tuesday. China topped the medals table at the ...

Q+A: Why China cares so much about NZ's steel-dumping probe that it is threatening reprisals
Manawatu dairy farmer Andrew Hoggard, who chairs the Federated Farmers dairy division, says a trade war with China is precisely what farmers don't need right now. Is China, the world's biggest trading nation, so angry at little New Zealand's probe into ...

HIV data leak in China revealed by phone scams, 'violate' patient rights
BEIJING — A leak of HIV carriers' identities in China was a violation of their “fundamental right”, the World Health Organisation said, after reports that hundreds of infected people were approached by telephone swindlers. A total of 313 HIV-positive ...

China: Disregard the South China Sea ruling. The Philippines: No.
BEIJING — Not a week after the Permanent Court of Arbitration issued a sweeping rebuke of China's maritime claims, irking Beijing and boosting Manila, the foreign ministers of China and the Philippines met on the sidelines of a Europe-Asia summit. You ...

China Says It's 'Concerned' Over Clashes in Kashmir
Beijing: China on Monday said that it hoped that the situation in Kashmir will be "handled properly" and "relevant parties" will address the issue peacefully through dialogue. "China has taken note of relevant reports. We are equally concerned about ...

China names and shames debtors on huge billboards
China is shaming debtors by putting their names, faces and addresses on public billboards, as increasing numbers of borrowers struggle to pay back loans amid an economic slowdown. A total of 20 “dishonest people” had their personal information along ...

Anti-US protests staged at 11 KFC branches in China: Report
Crowds gathered to wave placards and shout anti-US slogans outside restaurants stretching from the northern province of Hebei to Hunan province, some 1,600 kilometres (1000 miles) away on Monday, internet portal Sohu said. Posted 19 Jul 2016 21:39 ...

Asia Pacific|Sorry for Having Insulted China? Here's Your Chance to Apologize
The Taiwanese actor Leon Dai in 2014. Mr. Dai recently lost a leading role in a Chinese movie following online accusations that he supported Taiwan independence. Credit Wally Santana/Associated Press. BEIJING — Chinese leaders have often accused ...

Sorry for insulting China? Here's your chance to apologise
Indian activists from the Hindu Sena organisations shout anti-China slogans as they burn Chinese products during a protest in New Delhi on June 25, 2016. Photo: AFP. mail · print. View all 0 comments ...

IMF inches up China forecast
The International Monetary Fund ( IMF ) has slightly revised upwards its 2016 forecast for China , while cutting its forecast for global economic growth this year and next year , partly as a result of the unexpected UK vote to leave the European Union ...

China unveils plan to boost rail network
BEIJING, July 20 (Xinhua) -- The top economic planner issued China's latest national railway plan Wednesday, with the target to operate a 175,000 km rail network by 2025. China expects to have 38,000 km of high speed railway (HSR) by 2025, according to ...

Seaplane crashes on inaugural flight in China, killing 5
BEIJING – Chinese state media say a seaplane has crashed on its inaugural flight outside Shanghai, killing five people on board. The Paper news site says a Cessna 208B operated by Joy Air General Air was carrying two crew members and eight invited ...

KFC, Apple in China hit by South China Sea spat
In this photo taken on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 and released by Guo Lu, motorists watch people gather to protest outside a KFC restaurant outlet in Baoying county in east China's Jiangsu province. In an apparent attempt to head off large-scale street ...

In China meeting, G20 has chance to soothe post-Brexit jitters
SHANGHAI Finance heads from the world's leading economies will confront fresh fears about protectionism when they meet in China this weekend, with Brexit fallout and dwindling policy options to boost global growth expected to dominate talks. The Group ...

US warns at WTO of China backsliding on economic openness
GENEVA The United States is worried that China is retreating from pledges to open its economy to market forces as it tries to cope with a slowdown in growth, U.S. trade diplomat Chris Wilson told the World Trade Organization on Tuesday. China is ...

After a rescue in China 70 years ago, finally a chance to say 'thank you'
Mary Previte believes there are special times when a simple thank you note just will not do to express gratitude. So she plans to embark on a journey this week halfway across the world to hand-deliver a personal thank you more than 70 years after a ...

Torrential rain hits Beijing, disrupts traffic
BEIJING, July 20, 2016 (Xinhua) -- A plane is seen at the apron of the Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, capital of China, July 20, 2016. A total of 212 flights have been canceled at Beijing Capital International Airport due to the ...

In Siding With Pak On Kashmir, China's Clear Message To India
India and China seem to be hitting a downward spiral, with China not-so-subtly warning India that it could take Pakistan's side in the Kashmir dispute, especially if relations deteriorate to the point that Beijing feels it continues to be challenged by ...

China stipulates no-drug pledge, written tests for Rio-bound athletes
SHANGHAI China has asked Olympic-bound athletes and coaches to sign a pledge not to use banned drugs and pass a written test, as it seeks to enforce its zero-tolerance stance on doping, Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday. Gao Zhidan, vice ...

Unearthing China's Past at a Market Whose Raffish Air Is a Selling Point
A dealer of Mao-era propaganda and antiques in his shop on the second floor of the Exhibition Hall at Panjiayuan, Beijing's biggest antique and flea market. Credit Gilles Sabrie for The New York Times. BEIJING — The vast antiques market is awash in ...

Beijing Manchester derby in doubt due to heavy flooding
Manchester United's derby with Manchester City on Monday in Beijing is in doubt due to torrential rain and heavy flooding with the organisers of the International Champions Cup admitting concern about the game going ahead. United travel to the Chinese ...


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