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African migrants are returning from China and telling their compatriots not to go
When Lamin Ceesay, an energetic 25-year-old from Gambia, arrived in Guangzhou last year, he thought his life had made a turn for the better. As the oldest of four siblings, he was responsible for caring for his family, especially after his father ...

Beijing Says South China Sea Case 'A Trap Schemed' By US
On Wednesday, The Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague said that it would issue a ruling on July 12 on the Philippines' case brought against Beijing's South China Sea claims. China claims more than 80% of the South China Sea based on what it ...

Xi Jinping pledges return to Marxist roots for China's Communists
The Chinese Communist party is going back to its Marxist roots, Xi Jinping pledged on Friday, as he stressed ideological purity in a speech to mark the party's 95th anniversary. More. On this topic. China replaces powerful internet chief; Global ...

Thousands protest in Hong Kong as China tensions simmer over booksellers
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Thousands of Hong Kong residents marched in protest on the 19th anniversary of the financial hub's return to Chinese rule on Friday as tensions simmer against Chinese authorities over the abductions of several Hong Kong ...

Satellite imagery suggests China is secretly punishing North Korea
Is China secretly punishing Kim Jong Un for his nuclear mischief? Following North Korea's latest nuclear test, in January, trade over the China-North Korea border dropped dramatically, according to newly released satellite imagery. The revelation has ...

Xi Jinping warns nations against 'harm' to China's sovereignty
President Xi Jinping on Friday warned foreign countries against “harming” China's sovereignty as Beijing braced for a possible adverse verdict by a UN tribunal arbitrating on the Philippines' petition over the South China Sea dispute. “No foreign ...

Taiwan misfires supersonic missile in China's direction, kills own fisherman
An anti-ship missile fired from a Taiwanese patrol boat towards mainland China by mistake hit a Taiwanese fishing boat many kilometers away. The Chinese military made no retaliatory move amid Communist Party anniversary celebrations. The Hsiung Feng ...

There's More Blue in Beijing Skies These Days
Justin Fox is a columnist writing about business. Prior to joining Bloomberg View, he was the editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. He is the author of “The Myth of the Rational Market.” Fox has also worked at Time, Fortune, American ...

What China will do if it loses the South China Sea arbitration ruling
If there ever was a time to follow the always action-packed South China Sea showdown, mark your calendar for July 12th. Why this specific date? Well, that is the date the International Court of Arbitration has set to issue its ruling in the case of ...

Taiwan accidentally launches missile toward China, kills fishing boat captain
(CNN) A Taiwan warship mistakenly launched a supersonic "aircraft carrier killer" missile toward China Friday, hitting a fishing boat and killing the boat's captain in an incident China called "a serious matter." A spokesman for Taiwan's Ministry of ...

Apple sued in China over showing of war film from the 1990s
FILE - In this Friday, May 13, 2016 file photo, a man uses his mobile phone near an Apple store logo in Beijing, China. A Beijing court said in an online statement Thursday, June 30, 2016, that Apple is being sued by a subsidiary of China's ...

With Brexit, China could be losing its best friend in the EU
BEIJING — Democracy is dangerous, and the West is facing terminal decline. On the face of it, such triumphal views here portray Britain's decision to leave the European Union as a propaganda coup and geostrategic triumph for China. So why isn't there ...

China's Complex Relationship With Islam Is Reflected in Ties to Hui
YINCHUAN, China — This imam wears heels — and a gold-flecked headscarf. Ma Lijuan is one of the faces of state-backed Islam in officially atheist Communist China. Female imams like her are unique to China's Hui, a Muslim minority group — as are ...

Britain doesn't matter to the global economy, China does
To be sure it's upsetting to see the UK political establishment—both major parties—being torn asunder amid a significant turn inward for one of the world's great democracies. But when we're talking about the future direction of the global economy ...

Saudi Arabia keen to expand China energy investments
RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia wants to expand its investments in China's energy industry, its Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said late on Friday, part of the world's top oil exporter's efforts to boost cooperation with a top customer. Falih's ...

China approves first asset appraisal law
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China's legislators have approved the nation's first asset appraisal laws in an attempt to standardize an unruly and fragmented industry. The draft amendments were passed by 138 votes to 5, with 14 abstentions, Zhong Xuequan, ...

Taiwan's deadly misfiring of supersonic missile jolts military rival China
Taiwan's navy misfired a supersonic anti-ship missile Friday, killing the captain of a fishing boat, in the second anger-provoking incident in a week for Taiwan's defenses and further irritating military rival China. Personnel aboard a navy corvette ...

China Just Found Another Reason To Attack Multinationals
China's newest rules aimed at foreign television providers took effect Friday. Chinese satellite channels must now get approval from provincial regulators to carry programs based on foreign formats. Moreover, the regulations, issued by the State ...

3 days of heavy rain in China leave 50 dead, 12 missing
Rescuers save residents from a flooded area in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, July 2, 2016. Photo: Reuters. mail · print. View all 0 comments. Share. Published: 2:10 PM, July 3, 2016. BEIJING — Three days of heavy rain in southern China have left 50 ...

China puts finishing touches to world's biggest radio telescope
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope in China's Guizhou Province. Photograph: Xinhua/Rex/Shutterstock. Reuters. Sunday 3 July 2016 02.44 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email · Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...

Russia-China entente: Lofty rhetoric, shifty discourse
Beijing knows that Kremlin's “turn to the East” is only a contingency plan and that Russia's heart is always with the West. Hence it will be watching closely the incipient signs of rapprochement between Russia and the West. While the rhetoric of Russia ...

Cancer survivor Lee wins in windy Weihai
WEIHAI, China, July 3 (Xinhua) -- South Korea's Lee Min-young held it together under windy conditions at the Kumho Tire Ladies Open on Sunday in closing with a final-round 68 to claim her fourth career victory, one stroke ahead of a hard-charging Feng ...

China to create new methods to evaluate 'new economy', official says
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is studying new methodologies to assess the economic contribution from industries seen as part of the “new economy”, ranging from biotech firms to online retailers, a deputy head of China's statistics bureau said in speech ...

Before key court ruling, China to flex military muscle at sea
BEIJING - China will hold seven-day military drills around disputed islands starting Tuesday, the maritime safety administration announced Sunday, ahead of an arbitration court ruling on its sweeping claims to the South China Sea. China is boycotting ...

China incinerator plans lead thousands to protest
Thousands of people in southern China have turned out in an unusually large protest against plans for a new incinerator. Witnesses said at least 3,000 officers were in Lubu on Sunday as a protest of 10,000 people turned violent and some demonstrators ...

China's Belt and Road project will ease SOE slowdown, as social welfare boosts incomes
Tour guide rides on camel, walking on the desert at sunset. The Mingsha Shan desert (Mount Mingsha) is a part of the ancient silk road. More than 70 countries and international organizations are taking part in China's Belt and Road (B&R) investment ...

Apple is being sued in China again
Apple's presence in China is on the rise, but so are its legal woes. The Cupertino, California-based company is now being sued by an arm of China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) over a propaganda video ...

India must shed 'obsolete geopolitical view' and perceive China objectively: Chinese daily
Beijing: Criticising the strong reactions from India over China blocking its bid to enter NSG, a state-run daily on Monday said India is "still stuck" in the 1962 war mindset as it called for a more objective evaluation of Beijing's stand ...

China economy news: Capital outflows driven by residents, Goldman Sachs says
China has suffered from outflows from its foreign reserves for months. Goldman Sachs and Standard & Poor's can't agree why. Capital outflows from the world's second-largest economy have been sizeable recently, as reflected in the country's foreign ...

When Chinese Struggle To Find Work In China's Entertainment Industry
Here in China, the economics of race are well-established. Take the high demand for freelancing white males, for example: Chinese companies often hire them to attend business meetings to stand-in for executives; they even sign papers and give speeches, ...


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