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In China, long-delayed recognition for troops who fought in World War II
Even in his 97th year, Sun Yinbai cannot forget the severed limbs and mangled corpses of the U.S. airmen strewn across the remote, wind-whipped landing strip. American B-29s had bombed a Japanese aircraft factory on Nov. 21, 1944, and were flying ...

Charting the Market: New Month, Same China
Déjà vu? Asian and European stocks show no sign of shaking off last month's decline. Mark Barton. September 1, 2015 — 2:37 AM PDT. Share on FacebookShare on Twitter · Share on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on Google+E-mail. Don't Miss Out ...

As Economy Falters, Military Parade Offers Chance to Burnish China's Image
BEIJING — Few things distract an anxious nation in economic trouble quite like a jaw-dropping military parade featuring a cavalcade of gleaming high-tech weaponry, 12,000 goose-stepping soldiers and fighter jets filling the skies with synchronized ...

Lawyer Who Advised Churches in China Faces Secretive Detention
HONG KONG — A Chinese lawyer who has opposed a government campaign to tear down churches and church crosses faces up to six months in secretive detention after the police detained him and accused him of threatening state security, his colleague ...

China's Long-term Economic Forecast: Good But Not Recession-Proof
Wisdom about China comes from EconLog's Scott Summner: Think of Mao's economic policies as a regime capable of producing real GDP per capita equal to 1/20th the global economic frontier (which might have been the US or Switzerland.) Then Deng ...

China jitters send stocks tumbling
LONDON World stocks and commodity prices tumbled on Tuesday, as poor Chinese data saw fears about its economic health intensify. After a few upbeat days for world markets, concern about China revived after surveys showed its manufacturing sector ...

Is Fear of China Selling Treasurys Overdone?
China is stirring up the U.S. Treasury market's pot again. Early last week, sales from China were blamed by traders on why the rally in long-term Treasury debt was muted despite a sharp plunge in global stocks and crude oil prices. Tuesday, the ...

China chemical factory blast toll rises to 5
BEIJING — The death toll from an explosion at a chemical factory in eastern China has risen to five and the cause of the blast is still under investigation, state media reported Wednesday. The factory that produces adhesive materials exploded on ...

Beijing in lockdown for China's World War II military extravaganza
(CNN) Chinese President Xi Jinping is determined that Thursday's massive military parade -- the first since he came to power in 2012 -- will proceed without a hitch. Hundreds of factories have been shut to ensure that when the 12,000 troops, 200 ...

China and Japan: Between love and hate
BEIJING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- After hearing that Iwao Tsuyoshi, his Japanese friend, would be visiting China, Yang Haihui, 35, booked some time off work. "I will take him to the Forbidden City," Yang, who works for Japanese semiconductor manufacturer ...

A Secretive Agency Hunts for China's Crooked Officials Worldwide
Qiao Jianjun seemed a model bureaucrat: strict on expense accounts, a stickler for rules. But the director of a sprawling state enterprise that controlled grain stockpiles for a chunk of Henan province had a secret, Chinese officials say: He was ...

Global Sigh of Relief for 113 Hours Without Manic China Markets
Like investors around the world, the Franklin Templeton SinoAm money manager has struggled to keep up with escalating volatility in Chinese markets -- swings that increasingly set the tone for trading in everything from commodities to U.S. stocks and ...

Markets, Economy Cast Shadow Over Gov't Repute Ahead Of China Arms Showcase
China's big military parade tomorrow is expected to be a carefully choreographed display that aims to show off the strength of the People's Liberation Army, its weaponry and the leadership of President Xi Jinping. Yet it was unlikely at the time plans ...

China, ROK vow to boost cooperation
Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with President of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Park Geun-hye in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 2, 2015. (Xinhua/Xie Huanchi). BEIJING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday met with his ...

China's Searching for Stock Market Scapegoats
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan's World War II surrender, China planned a 12,000-soldier march down Beijing's Chang'an Jie—Eternal Peace Street—on Sept. 3. For President Xi Jinping, it was a chance to project an image of calm, order, and ...

Hundsun Tech Fined 400 Million Yuan Amid China Stock Volatility
China's securities regulator said it will fine Hundsun Technologies, a financial software company partly owned by Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial, 398.6 million yuan($62.7 million) for illegal business activities amid the country's stock market turmoil ...

Missile March: China Parade Projects Patriotism at Home, Aims for Awe Abroad
By Andrew S. Erickson. Soldiers of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) stand in armored vehicles during the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Beijing on September 3, 2015. Reuters. The greatest military ...

Still Here: Parade Gives Former Chinese Leaders a Moment in the Public Eye
Major ceremonial events in China offer prime opportunities for China watchers—and the Chinese public—to do some tea-leaf reading of the nation's opaque politics. By that standard, Thursday's military parade for the 70th anniversary of World War II's ...

China Shock Can't Halt Lego Executive Chasing `Fantastic' Growth
The series of shocks that has rocked China's markets since a devaluation last month has done nothing to put off one of the world's most successful companies. Lego, famous for its colorful plastic bricks, says its “biggest opportunity” still lies in ...

70 years after WWII, Japan Viewed More Favorably Than China
Seventy years after the end of World War II in the Pacific, Japan is today viewed considerably more positively than China by members of the public in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new survey. The Pew Research Centre, a US-based think tank ...

China Military Parade: Face Time With Xi a Hot Commodity for Oil Producers
BEIJING—Many of the world leaders in attendance Thursday at China's military parade have one thing in common: They represent ailing resource-producers desperate to tap Chinese demand. While Western heads of state largely skipped the festivities in ...

China World War II Parade: Communist Party Rhetoric On Defeating Japan Angers ...
China World War II Parade: Communist Party Rhetoric On Defeating Japan Angers ...

China, Vietnam Agree to 'Properly Handle' Disputes
BEIJING —. The leaders of China and Vietnam agreed on Thursday to "properly handle" their disputes, China's official Xinhua news agency reported, amid tension over a territorial spat in the South China Sea. China's increasingly assertive moves to ...

China's Parade Puts US Navy on Notice
TAIPEI — China showcased its growing capability to deny the US Navy access to the maritime domain of both the East China Sea and South China Sea during a celebratory parade Thursday commemorating the 70th anniversary of its victory over imperialist ...

China's HNA Group to Buy Avolon for $31 a Share
China's HNA Group on Thursday agreed to buy aircraft lessor Avolon Holdings Ltd. AVOL 0.42 % for about $2.6 billion, outbidding a state-owned suitor and highlighting the country's continuing thirst for new passenger jets. The agreed deal, with an ...

Top-Ranked Stock Manager in Scandinavia Embraces China Exposure
As other investors have fled, the best-performing fund for Nordic stocks has stayed loyal to assets exposed to China. Norden Selektiv, which is run by Marcus Rylander at Svenska Handelsbanken in Stockholm, has returned 28 percent over the past year, ...

China's Leaner Military May Pose Bigger Challenge to U.S.
Far from weakening the Chinese military, the troop cuts announced by President Xi Jinping will help counter U.S. advantages and improve the country's ability to project force further from its shores. The president announced the reduction of 300,000 ...

China Stocks Sink in Hong Kong to Two-Year Low on Mainland Risks
China's stocks slumped in Hong Kong to a two-year low amid speculation mainland shares will decline when trading resumes on Monday after holidays. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index lost 1.4 percent to 9,169.59 at the close as developer China ...

Blue sky vanishes immediately after Beijing's massive parade
Beijing (CNN) Well, that was quick. Less than 24 hours after the end of China's massive military parade, Beijing is back to its usual smoggy self. Residents woke up Friday morning to find the crystal blue skies that graced the city nearly two weeks ...

Why Drivers in China Intentionally Kill the Pedestrians They Hit
Hkg741386 Look both ways: Pedestrians wait for the light to change in central Beijing on Sept. 18, 2007. Photo by Teh Eng Koon/AFP/Getty Images. In April a BMW racing through a fruit market in Foshan in China's Guangdong province knocked down a ...


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