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Beijing news service uses racial slur against US envoy
BEIJING — A major Chinese government news service used a racist slur to describe the departing American ambassador in a mean-spirited editorial on Friday that drew widespread public condemnation in China. The article — which called Gary Locke a ...

Gap Inc seeks new berth in China with Old Navy
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - When Gap Inc (GPS.N) began an online campaign ahead of the launch its Old Navy label in China, the iconic U.S. clothes retailer posed an important question to its potential Chinese consumers: have you heard of Old Navy? Only a ...

Beijing steps up air pollution law enforcement
BEIJING, March 1 (Xinhua) -- Beijing has launched a "zero-hour" campaign for enforcing the city's first air pollution prevention regulation, which came into effect on Saturday. Over 400 environmental monitoring staff began work at 12 a.m. Saturday to ...

Senior leader stresses responsibility of officials
BEIJING, March 1 (Xinhua) -- Senior leader Liu Yunshan on Saturday called for officials to be responsible and brave in tackling new challenges that might appear during China's deepening reform. Liu made the remarks at the spring semester opening ...

Battle to Become China's Richest Person: A Threat for Google, Disney, and ...
Battle to Become China's Richest Person: A Threat for Google, Disney, and ...

China: A Falling Star
Despite its reputation as an economic powerhouse, Chinese economic and government data show inconsistencies in exports, colossal corporate and local debt, an imminent collapse in its shadow financial sector, and the Chinese government's ...

27 dead in knife attack at China train station
BEIJING (AP) — China's official Xinhua News Agency says at least 27 people are dead and 109 injured after a group of knife-wielding men attacked a train station in southwestern China. Xinhua did not provide more details about the Saturday evening ...

China blames Uighur separatists for knife attack at train station that leaves ...
China blames Uighur separatists for knife attack at train station that leaves ...

Stabbing Attack Kills Dozens at China Train Station
More than ten people armed with knives rampaged through a train station in southwestern China killing dozens of people and injuring 130 others in what the official Xinhua News Agency called a planned terrorist attack. BEIJING—More than 10 people armed ...

Death toll rises to 33 in knife attack on China train station
BEIJING – More than 10 knife-wielding attackers slashed people at a train station in a southwestern city in what authorities called a terrorist attack by ethnic separatists in western China, and police fatally shot four of the assailants, leaving 33 ...

China calls for dialogue to resolve Ukraine crisis
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that it was extremely concerned by events in Ukraine, and called for talks to find a political solution to the crisis. Ukraine mobilized on Sunday for war and called up its reserves, after ...

Mystery Deepens Over Fate of Ex-Security Chief
Sometimes a media request for official clarification just leads to more questions. A news conference Sunday at which an official was asked to clarify the status of retired senior leader Zhou Yongkang was just such an occasion. A widening probe of ...

Televised confessions in China raise worries
BEIJING — The headline news on state-run Chinese Channel 13 was juicy: A mining tycoon and 35 others had been charged with running a mafia-style enterprise in Sichuan province, gunning down enemies in the street, bribing people and operating an ...

China Growth-Target Dilemma Looms as Policy Goals Demand Slowing
China's Communist Party leadership faces a dilemma over where to set a growth goal for 2014 as President Xi Jinping wrestles with sustaining expansion while limiting debt risks, environmental damage and social unrest. The target, set at 7.5 percent ...

SEE IT: Sheep born in China with 7 legs
A freak sheep with seven legs has been born in China. The adorable lamb was welcomed into the world by Inner Mongolian farmer Wang Jingfeng late January. PHOTOS: AMAZING ANIMAL KINGDOM ODDITIES. The animal has two hind legs and five front ...

China train station killings described as a terrorist attack
(CNN) -- A day after men armed with long knives stormed a railway station in the southwest Chinese city of Kunming, killing dozens of people and wounding more than 100, authorities described what happened as a premeditated terrorist attack. Police shot ...

China's manufacturing, services sectors diverge in February
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's services sector regained some momentum in February but its manufacturing sector struggled, separate surveys showed on Monday, with the divergence adding to the difficulty in assessing the strength of the economy at the start ...

Volvo's Billionaire Chairman Says China Should Lift Foreign Cap
Li Shufu, the Chinese billionaire chairman of Volvo Cars, said China should allow foreign carmakers to control their operations in the world's largest auto market to encourage competition and bring down prices. “We should let the market decide and form ...

Getting into China fast and cheap
Shanghai-based iPai is helping small businesses break into China by introducing their products through auctions. NEW YORK (CNNMoney). The Chinese market -- half a world away and with a completely different culture -- intimidates many small businesses ...

China train station attack risks driving ethnic wedge deeper
KUNMING/BEIJING (Reuters) - Police swept a Uighur district of China's southwestern city of Kunming hours after knife-wielding assailants killed 29 people in a crowded station, bloodily underscoring the risk of ethnic tensions spilling over the borders ...

China Diverges From Russia Slightly on Ukraine Action
MOSCOW—Russia's foreign ministry says China agrees with the Kremlin about Moscow's military action in Ukraine. China's foreign ministry is singing a slightly different song. In describing a phone call between the foreign ministers of Russia and China ...

China's Stocks Rise for 4th Day on NPC Reform Speculation
China's stocks rose for a fourth day, paced by telecommunication and consumer-staple companies, amid speculation lawmakers will announce economic-reform measures during an annual policy meeting this week. China United Network Communications ...

Survivors Recall Carnage and Terror in China Rampage
Shi Chenglin is treated at Kunming No.1 People's Hospital after being stabbed during the knife attack on Saturday. Fanfan Wang/The Wall Street Journal. KUNMING, China—As he crouched in the crowded bus with a stab wound under his left shoulder blade, ...

China Growth-Target Dilemma Looms as Policies Demand Slowing
(Updates with services gauge in 11th paragraph. Click EXT6 <GO> for stories on this week's meeting of the National People's Congress.) March 3 (Bloomberg) -- China's Communist Party leadership faces a dilemma over where to set a growth goal for 2014 ...

Survivors Recount Fear and Bloodshed in Kunming Station Attack
Zhang Guochang, a migrant worker, was sitting on his bag outside Kunming railway station waiting for a 42-hour train ride to his new job when he heard the screams. Several figures wielding long knives were striding toward him, hacking down anyone in ...

China Tropical Island Lures Wealthy Homebuyers Fleeing Pollution
March 4 (Bloomberg) -- Zoe Zhang, a 38-year-old housewife from Shanghai, plans to spend as much as 2 million yuan ($326,000) to breathe a little clean air. Since December, Zhang has been shopping for a home in Sanya on Hainan, a tropical island in the ...

China Appeals for Int'l Support in 'War Against Terrorism'
China is appealing to the international community for "more understanding and support" in what it describes as its fight against terrorism. The appeal came after masked attackers armed with swords killed 29 people and injured 130 more at a train ...

China paper in rare mention of former security chief, hints at graft case
SHANGHAI, March 4 (Reuters) - A state-run Chinese newspaper has for the first time identified former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang as the father of a businessman who is being investigated for graft and implied that Zhou himself is also under ...

South Korea-Japan Rift on Exhibit in China
Chinese visitors look at exhibits at a memorial hall in Harbin that honors Ahn Jung-geun, a Korean who assassinated Japanese statesman Hirobumi Ito at Harbin's railway station in 1909. European Pressphoto Agency. HARBIN, China—Even in the icy ...

Activists Press for Reform During China Congress
BEIJING — On the eve of China's National People's Congress, human rights activists are urging the Chinese government to further reform the of rule of law and allow freedom of speech. Their requests come as friends of one activist say she is dying ...


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