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China in South Asia: India cannot match Beijing in its largesse, but it can create goodwill
With Chinese President Xi Jinping's successful visit to Bangladesh, plans for China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) have effectively encircled India. Multi-billion dollar, Chinese-financed infrastructure projects are planned in almost all of India's ...

Bangladesh, China firms sign deals worth $13 bn as Xi ends trip
Commerce ministry officials said 13 of the projects for which China signed deals with 11 Bangladeshi private firms and two government entities covered infrastructure, communication, power and energy and sports. Like this story, share it with millions ...

Top Packer executive among Crown employees detained in China
Chinese authorities have detained 18 employees of billionaire James Packer's Crown Resorts, including three top Australian executives, in a co-ordinated police operation targeting the gaming giant's marketing activities in China. Most senior among ...

Murray cruises through to Shanghai final
Shanghai - Andy Murray advanced to the final of the Shanghai Masters following a routine win on Saturday. The Brit eased past Gilles Simon 6-4, 6-3 in an hour and 40 minutes to reach his fourth Masters 1000 final of the year. The crowd at the Qizhong ...

Winners of the oil bust: How much oil did China store?
It's not surprising that in recent years China has been taking advantage of the low crude prices to stockpile strategic and commercial oil reserves. It's not surprising that official data - if and when authorities decide to make it available ...

Why Duterte's leaving behind his jet ski on his trip to China
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is to meet China's President Xi Jinping in Beijing. Photo: AP. The optimism of the couplet carved into the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Arch at the entrance of Manila's Chinatown seems apt to describe the warming ...

China develops world's smallest nuclear plant to take control of South China Sea
China has developed a nuclear power plant so small it can fit inside a shipping container - to help Beijing's efforts to take control of disputed islands in the South China Sea+ . The reactor, which was partly funded by the People's Liberation Army ...

Petitioning in Beijing and ending up on the streets
Many petitioners come to Beijing hoping for a chance to air their grievances, but many end up sleeping rough on the streets. By Jeremy Koh, Channel NewsAsia; Posted 16 Oct 2016 12:42; Updated 16 Oct 2016 22:25. VIDEOS; PHOTOS ...

How to be filthy rich? Sell pork, says Beijing U grad
Lu Buxuan, a graduate of Peking University, also known as Beida, one of the most prestigious universities in China, has hit the headlines again for selling pork. Lu graduated from the university's Department of Chinese Language and Literature in 1989 ...

Crown employees held in China after late-night raids on homes
Crown Resorts employees including three top Australian executives have been held incommunicado since Chinese police executed a series of late-night raids at their homes across several mainland cities on Thursday. The company, consular officials and ...

China Amps Up Space Program in Race to Challenge US
BEIJING — If the U.S.-Soviet space rivalry helped define the second half of the 20th century, China's drive to become a space superpower looks set to mark the first half of the 21st. On Monday local time, China is set to launch a Shenzhou-11 into ...

Lessons from Brics 2016: Old friends are good, but China is keen to contain India
If one cuts past the specific agreements, the Brics summit in Goa reveals three basic geo-strategic facts. The third is the most significant, but the first and second are more obvious. Most obvious is the fact that the post-Cold War churning in ...

Why Shenzhen's Market Isn't for the Faint-Hearted
The Shenzhen stock market, China's busiest, is opening further to foreign investors -- but many locals say it moves to a different rhythm than outsiders are used to. Photo: Sharon Shi/The Wall Street Journal ...

China spectre is only in India's mind: New Delhi cannot afford to ban Chinese goods
If you are an Indian, even a short walk through China's cities will tell you that few people in this country even think of India as an adversary. This is quite unlike Hong Kong where the distaste at the sight of Indians is clearly evident in the ...

China drops one-child policy, but exhausted moms say one is plenty
BEIJING — Han Jing's son started taking after-school classes when he was just 5 years old: extra English, math and drawing so he wouldn't fall behind the other children at kindergarten. “I didn't want him to feel ashamed or have low self-esteem on his ...

Interview: Philippine president says "only China can help us"
MANILA, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said that his country expects to boost traditional friendship with China and further bilateral trade and economic cooperation. Duterte starts a four-day state visit to China on ...

An insider's guide to Beijing: caged birds, smog and internet satire
China's capital is home to nearly as many people as the entire population of Australia. Concrete sprawl might be prevalent but so too are buckwheat pancakes, traditional theatres and oases filled with birdsong. A wake-up call … old Beijingers keep ...

China military urges restraint from US-South Korea navy drills
A U.S. Navy crew member looks at a F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter as it prepares for take off from the USS Ronald Reagan, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered super carrier, during a joint naval drill between South Korea and the U.S., in the West Sea, South ...

Doctors Hail China's Pledge to Stop Harvesting Inmate Organs
Surgeons from around the world gathered at a conference in Beijing on Monday in China's latest effort to fight persistent skepticism about whether its hospitals have stopped performing transplants with the organs of executed prisoners. Doctors from the ...

Guangzhou airport in southern China opens 'male-only' security gates
An airport in Guangzhou, southern China has opened special channels for male passengers as state media claim 'it's time for gentlemen to enjoy some privilege'. Guangzhou Baiyun International airport, the third busiest airport in China has introduced ...

Why China just launched two taikonauts on a space mission
China launched two astronauts into space Monday on a mission to dock with an experimental space station, where they will remain aboard for 30 days. By Lonnie Shekhtman, Staff October 17, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. China's Shenzhou 11 ...

Jason O'Crown: Crowning achievements to China prison hell
Just six months ago Jason O'Connor was enjoying a trip to Uluru with his beaming wife and children. Today the affable accountant is enduring a Chinese prison hell after being caught in a gambling promotion crackdown that yesterday wiped $632 million ...

How a distracted America benefits China and Russia
An Iraqi special forces soldier prepares for an offensive to retake Mosul from Islamic State. Going on the offensive in Iraq, rather than Syria, is more attractive to the US. Adam Schreck. by Gideon Rachman. The assault on the Iraqi city of Mosul that ...

Wanda lures Hollywood to China with rebate
Entertainment giant Wanda is offering producers a rebate of 40 per cent to promote its upcoming $US8 billion ($A10 billion) movie studio in eastern China in an ambitious bid to establish the complex as a major production base in Asia. The 165-hectare ...

Crown Resorts had been warned not to 'whale hunt' by Chinese authorities prior to arrests
Chinese authorities warned Crown Resorts last year to halt its efforts to attract high-rollers or 'whales' from the mainland to gamble overseas, according to reports. After the warning, Chinese authorities observed senior executives make short business ...

How India can tackle China's myriad mischief and increasingly assertive hegemony
It is not often that we get to hear voices from China on Sino-Indian relationship and various pulls and pressure that the intriguing pirouette between two neighbouring powers entails. It was therefore informative to go through Kai Xue's column on The ...

Exclusive: China may give Filipino fishermen access to Scarborough
A fisherman repairs his boat overlooking fishing boats that fish in the disputed Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea, at Masinloc, Zambales, in the Philippines April 22, 2015. REUTERS/Erik De Castro. By Benjamin Kang Lim and Ben Blanchard | ...

Clinton speeches hint at tougher US posture toward China
Newly-disclosed transcripts of speeches by former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton several years ago reveal the democratic nominee could be tougher on Beijing if she wins the election for president next month. The off-the-record speeches made in ...

Shanghai Probes Developers, Realtors Over Suspected Violations
China's financial hub Shanghai is stepping up a crackdown on property developers and the flow of funds into land transactions, part of broader government efforts to prevent a housing bubble. Shanghai's commission of housing and urban-rural development ...

Netflix throws the towel in on China
Earlier this year, Netflix launched in pretty much every country -- except China. That hasn't changed 10 months later, and it looks like it won't. The company on Monday told shareholders that it's ditching efforts to bring its popular streaming service ...


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