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Beijing: US not qualified to comment on China
BEIJING — The United States is not qualified to make “carping comments on China” as it has not signed on to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, the Foreign Ministry said. The comment came as top diplomats from China and Russia urged ...

Malicious: China Unplugs Apple And Disney
Tuesday, Apple reported a 13% decrease in revenues for the quarter ended March 26. Greater China, which includes Hong Kong and Taiwan, accounted for a stunning 58% of the drop. CEO Tim Cook blamed currency appreciation in Hong Kong for the fall, ...

China looks to economic future with its New Silk Road plan
From his office on a bend of the Rhine River, freight terminal boss Bernd Putens can see — and hear — the early stirrings of what China calls the New Silk Road. The clang-clang of forklifts echoes through his building as 42 containers of cargo are ...

Badminton: Malaysian shuttler Lee defeats world No 1 in China final
Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei defeated his rival and world number one Chen Long of China on Sunday in the final of the Asia Badminton Championships. Posted 01 May 2016 19:26; Updated 01 May 2016 20:28. PHOTOS. Lee Chong Wei beat Chen Long in ...

Chinese sensation Li Hao-tong shoots flawless 64 to win China Open
China's Li Hao-tong produced a stunning final round to become the second successive home winner of the Volvo China Open as Chile's Felipe Aguilar finally cracked under the pressure. Li carded a flawless 64 at Topwin Golf and Country Club to finish 22 ...

Xinhua Insight: Leafing through online literature for China's Harry Potter
BEIJING, May 1 (Xinhua) -- If China's film market is a flame burning bright, the country's online literature is increasingly its fuel. The world's second-largest film market, with a box office of 6.8 billion U.S. dollars in 2015, is churning out top ...

Malaysia sends 32 Taiwanese suspects to China, draws protest
FILE - In this April 13, 2016 file photo released by Xinhua News Agency, Chinese suspects involved in wire fraud are escorted off a plane upon arriving at the Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China. Taiwanese officials have protested ...

China training 'fishing militia' for raids into disputed waters
BAIMAJING, CHINA: The fishing fleet based in this tiny port town on Hainan island is getting everything from military training and subsidies to even fuel and ice as China creates an increasingly sophisticated fishing militia to sail into the disputed ...

China not invited to N. Korea's rare party congress: source
China appears to have not been invited to a rare congress of North Korea's ruling party, a diplomatic source said Monday, reinforcing speculation that Beijing is unlikely to send a delegation to Pyongyang. The first party congress in 36 years, which ...

China Box Office: 'Book of Love' Wins May Day Weekend
Romantic comedy, “Book of Love” opened a new chapter at the Chinese box office, replacing “The Jungle Book” as the top film. The film scored a strong $53.4 million over the first three days of the May Day (aka Labor Day) weekend. Monday May 2 will be ...

Taiwan objects as Malaysia deports Taiwanese citizens to China
(CNN) Taiwan has filed a formal objection with the Malaysian government over its deportation of 32 Taiwanese nationals to China. Images published on Chinese state media Saturday show hooded suspects being escorted by police from a plane after landing ...

China financial regulator clamps down on shadow banking
China's banking regulator is cracking down on financial engineering that Chinese banks have used to disguise trillions of dollars in risky loans as investment products. The clampdown, which will force banks to make provisions they previously avoided by ...

Video of Beatings Amid Demolition in China Leads to Official Reprisals
HONG KONG — An official who oversaw a demolition project in southern China has stepped down, and two others have been dismissed, state news media reported on Monday, after a video showing law enforcement officers beating women and at least one ...

China's ruling party disciplines tycoon who questioned its power
BEIJING - China's ruling Communist Party has disciplined an outspoken property tycoon who criticised its tightening grip on the media, it was announced Monday. Ren Zhiqiang, nicknamed "the Cannon" for his provocative opinions and blunt defence of ...

China unveils new security doctrine to counter US 'Pivot to Asia'
China has announced the failure of the “Rebalance” strategy of the United States, and has invited Asian countries to join Beijing in framing a security governance model with “Asian features”. China's formal invite to neighbours to pursue a regional ...

China builds ties as well as airstrips in South China Sea
What do the governments of Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos and Russia have in common, apart from their lack of enthusiasm for participatory democracy? Beijing claims they have all recently come out in support of its position on the South China Sea. It ...

DailyChatter: China-Japan relationship is rocky sea of separation
Editor's note: The following content is by DailyChatter. Sign up to receive the daily newsletter here. A Rocky Sea of Separation. Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida was in China this weekend to meet his counterpart, Wang Yi, in the hopes of ...

Trump and China: New realism or business as usual?
Donald Trump has emerged as the presumptive 2016 Republican nominee for US president and recently outlined his views on foreign policy, including how he would deal with China. Asserting that America under the foreign policies of President Barack ...

China Rolls Up Welcome Mat
SHANGHAI— Henry Luce, the founder of Time magazine, was raised in China as the son of a Presbyterian missionary. He and his family were among a population of foreigners that swelled to as many as half a million before 1949. Some were teachers ...

China's Xi says not stifling debate but wants everyone on same song sheet
BEIJING China's ruling Communist Party is not trying to curtail internal debate or even criticism with rules banning "baseless comments" but is simply trying to ensure no one is "singing out of tune", President Xi Jinping has said. Xi has come down ...

China's official manufacturing gauge for April indicates moderate recovery, but analysts flag deepening systemic risks
China's official manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) in April indicated a moderate recovery of the domestic economy driven by government stimulus, although confidence among large manufacturers remains weak, analysts said. The official ...

Soft Power: China Backs Egypt's New $45 Billion Capital
CAIRO—When President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi announced an ambitious plan to build a new administrative and business capital for Egypt on 270 square miles of desert land, many were understandably skeptical about the $45 billion project. Today some of the ...

China stocks rise after President Xi Jinping's verbal support for market
Most Asian shares rallied Tuesday, with Australia led higher by a cut in the country's benchmark interest rate and China rising on fresh confidence in Beijing's stated support of its stock markets. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 XJO, +2.11% led the Asia ...

Make efforts to counter influence of China in Pacific: Prez
President Pranab Mukherjee has said India needs to make efforts to improve its presence in the Asia Pacific region to counterbalance the growing influence of China. Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3 ...

Man survives harrowing fall off the Great Wall of China
A tourist captured the heart stopping moment a man plummeted to the ground after falling off a section of the Great Wall of China near Beijing. The man, who has been identified as a Chinese national by CCTV, was visiting the Jiankou section of the ...

Books critical of communist China not unique to independent stores
Amid the mysterious disappearance of booksellers from Hong Kong, many took to the streets to protest for their return from expected detention on the mainland. Photo: AFP. Alex Lo. Share. PrintEmail. Since the 1997 handover of Hong Kong to Chinese ...

Student's death highlights perils of China's fraudulent online health ads
Cancer had diminished life for Wei Zexi to suffering. In 2014, the university student was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma, and the treatment regime saw him endure radiation, chemotherapy and painful surgeries. “On several occasions, I escaped the hand ...

Playing by the rules in Asia
CANBERRA • China's adventurism in the South China Sea has prompted a change in Australian policymaking that merits wide international attention. In making maintenance of a "rules-based global order" a core strategic priority, Australia's new Defence ...

Xi's Silk Road Dream for China Hits a Speed-Bump in Thailand
President Xi Jinping is so devoted to his Silk Road project for China to deepen economic ties across Asia that he recently had top Communist officials attend a "study" session on the millennia-old history of the route. References to the initiative ...

China's military appeals to younger generation with 'kill, kill, kill' video
China's military is appealing to the younger generation with a slick new recruitment video featuring aircraft carriers, rocket launchers, tanks and fighter jets, all set to a rousing rap-rock soundtrack. With lyrics such as “just waiting for the order ...


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