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Why China's communists struggle with succession planning
The Communist Party's rise to power shaped China's history for most of the past century, but despite holding the reins for more than 67 years the world's largest political party has yet to solve its succession issues. While it may have moved on from ...

Girl, 13, dies after being thrown off ride at Chinese amusement park
A 13-year-old girl has died after being flung from ride at an amusement park in southwest China, a local newspaper reported. An initial investigation showed that her seat belt had broken and a passenger safety bar did not fit tightly enough at the ...

New research points to China being well on the way to ruling the waves
Some truths glare at you. Some sneak up from behind, no matter how obvious they ought to be. So it was that a research team from King's College London, supported by the Financial Times, declared last month that China now “rules the waves”, becoming a ...

Australia now needs a new US-China strategy
The contrast was hardly noticed but is very real nevertheless. Within the hour of the Washington Post revealing details of Donald Trump's angry telephone call with Malcolm Turnbull, Australia posted a record high monthly trade surplus thanks to perky ...

Two thirds of Nepal's total FDI comes from China in 1st half of FY
KATHMANDU, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) -- Nepal received more than two thirds of the total foreign direct investment (FDI) pledges from China during the first half of the current fiscal year that began in mid-July, according to data from Nepal's Department of ...

China Focus: China to deepen reform in agricultural sector
BEIJING, Feb. 5 (Xinhua) -- China will deepen supply-side structural reform in agriculture to develop the sector, according to a policy document released Sunday. The major problems facing China's agricultural sector are structural ones, mainly on the ...

Fire in China massage parlour kills at least 18
BEIJING A fire at a massage parlour in eastern China on Sunday killed at least 18 people with two others injured, state media reported. The fire broke out late afternoon in the foot massage parlour in Tiantai in the eastern coastal province of Zhejiang ...

When the guns go silent who foots the bill? China is ready
All signals from the Trump White House indicate that the new US President is seemingly ready and willing to outsource the entire Syrian conflict to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, who will be given a free hand to hammer out an endgame to his ...

Deleted postings about missing Chinese billionaire hint at tensions
A statement of Chinese billionaire Xiao Jianhua is printed on the front page of local newspaper Ming Pao in Hong Kong, China February 1, 2017. REUTERS/Bobby Yip. 1/2. left. right. An entrance to Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong February 1, 2017, where ...

China protests over US sanctions on Chinese firms 'linked to Iran'
China has formally complained to the authorities in Washington over newly-imposed US sanctions against Iran which it says will severely affect Chinese businesses. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a daily press briefing on Monday that ...

Made-in-China large passenger plane targets 2017 debut
BEIJING: China´s first homegrown big passenger plane will make its maiden voyage in the first half of this year, state media said Monday, as the country seeks to challenge foreign giants Airbus and Boeing. The C919 narrow-body jet is expected to ...

Senior Chinese health official to attend Vatican summit on organ trafficking
A top Chinese health official will attend a conference at the Vatican on organ trafficking this week, a state run newspaper said on Monday, with the visit coming as China and the Holy See try to improve ties. Pope Francis would like to heal a decades ...

Islamabad reaffirms support for Beijing against 'foreign actors' undermining China's sovereignty
Chinese State Commissioner for Counter Terrorism and Security Cheng Guoping met Tariq Fatemi, special assistant to the prime minister on foreign affairs, at the Foreign Office on Monday, a press statement from the foreign ministry said. Guoping is on a ...

Xinhua Insight: Xi leads nation in pursuing Chinese dream in new year
BEIJING, Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- China has entered the Year of the Rooster, the same year in the Chinese zodiac when the Communist Party of China (CPC) was founded in 1921. The CPC has evolved from a small group with more than 50 members to the world's ...

Economic Watch: Agricultural reform key to China's prosperity
BEIJING, Feb. 6 (Xinhua) -- China's first central document of 2017 promises to maintain the drive to resolve rural issues on the road to a moderately prosperous society by 2020. The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State ...

Why China Doesn't Need The US For Trade
During his election campaign, President Donald Trump threatened to impose 35% to 45% tariffs on Chinese imports to force China into renegotiating its trade balance with the U.S. The immediate result of that would be a fierce trade war that America ...

Green living reaches new heights: 'Vertical forest' towers containing a hotel and offices to be built in China to ...
Green living reaches new heights: 'Vertical forest' towers containing a hotel and offices to be built in China to ...

China, United States cannot afford conflict - Chinese foreign minister
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi speaks during a joint press conference with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Beijing, China December 5, 2016. REUTERS/Greg Baker/Pool. By Colin Packham | SYDNEY. SYDNEY There would be no ...

How China Lost $1 Trillion
Souvenir dollars for sale at a market in Beijing. Credit Roman Pilipey/European Pressphoto Agency. email; Share; Tweet; save; more. It's a lot of money — but it's shrinking. On Tuesday, China's central bank said its foreign exchange reserves slipped ...

State media says China has no military plans in Hambantota
China's state-run tabloid Global Times has accused India of needlessly raising concerns about military activity in Hambantota — a strategically important port in the island nation that is being developed by China. A write-up in the daily, which is ...

Chinese official pledges tough penalties for harvesting prisoners' organs
China is making progress in eliminating transplants using organs from executed prisoners, but violations still exist and offenders will be punished severely, the director of Beijing's transplant programme said on Tuesday. “In China, organ donations ...

May to visit China later this year
British Prime Minister Theresa May attends the European Union leaders summit in Valletta, Malta, February 3, 2017. Reuters/Yves Herman. May to visit China later this yearX. LONDON Prime Minister Theresa May will visit China this year to discuss trade ...

Vatican defends China invite to organ trafficking summit
The Vatican has defended its decision to invite China to a conference on organ trafficking despite its record of using executed inmates as organ donors. The head of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (PAS) admitted he did not know whether the practice ...

China losing patience with Pak over Azhar?
Even as China on Tuesday once again blocked a proposal by the United States to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) Chief Masood Azhar a global terrorist, there is a visible discomfort now in Beijing on repeatedly bailing out Pakistan at the United Nations ...

China wants to control what apps citizens use. But will Google play ball?
Google is mulling a new way to finally get its official Play Store through the Great Firewall of China. But it faces an uphill battle, as the country tightens its grip on what apps its citizens have on their smartphones. The Information reports that ...

China investigates 'rare pangolin banquet' in Guangxi
Chinese authorities have launched an investigation into whether officials held a banquet where the endangered pangolin was served, local media reported. It comes after pictures of the feast, held in the southern province of Guangxi in 2015, resurfaced ...

Hawkish US rhetoric pushing China to flex military capabilities: Analysts
China's recent testing of a nuclear-capable missile could be seen as part of recent moves to show off its military capabilities and could be motivated by hawkish rhetoric from the Trump administration, analysts have said. By Jeremy Koh, Channel ...

Tomb of ancient general and princess discovered in China
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb of an ancient Chinese general and his princess who were buried 1,500 years ago with more than 100 mysterious figurines. Zhao Xin, a general in China's Northern Qi dynasty (550 to 577), was buried with Princess ...

China gets testier as South Korea advances its missile defense plans
Since Seoul announced that it would deploy the American THAAD system to protect against North Korea's growing nuclear threat, China has taken 43 retaliatory actions against South Korea, according to a government researcher. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...

China mulling more conditions for invasion: report
China is considering amending its “Anti-Secession” Law to specify more conditions under which it would invade Taiwan, the Yomiuri Shimbun reported on Tuesday. The story, written by the Japanese daily's Beijing correspondent, said that Chinese President ...


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