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Survey: Pinoys want sea claim vs China pressed
Most Filipinos want their government to assert the country's rights in the disputed South China Sea after an arbitration tribunal invalidated China's vast territorial claims and ruled the Philippines can fish and exploit resources in the contested ...

Is War Against China Justified?
This aerial photo taken through a glass window of a military plane on May 11, 2015 shows China's alleged on-going reclamation of Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. China's campaign of island building in the South China Sea ...

China tries to clip Hooligan Sparrow's wings
Ye Haiyan, one of China's most prominent women's rights activists, huddled in her unheated flat on the outskirts of Beijing, waiting to learn if the documentary that propelled her to international fame would receive an Oscar nod. Last month, Hooligan ...

China unveils top names for Mars spacecraft
BEIJING, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- China has released a short list of eight names for the country's first Mars spacecraft, which is scheduled to launch by 2020. The eight names-- "Fenghuang" (phoenix), "Tianwen" (questions for heaven), "Huoxing" (Mars), ...

Chinese Buddhist Association pours cold water on tradition of being first to offer incense
It's a belief among some Chinese that being the first person to offer incense at a temple at the start of a new year will bring good luck. But the leading Buddhist organisation on mainland China says the belief is misguided and being first carries no ...

Inside the Forbidden City
These haunting images show the crumbling remains of the Red Army's last abandoned Cold War German base - where a statue of Vladimir Lenin still stands. Headquarters to the Nazis and then the Soviets, the East German military camp of Wünsdorf was ...

Xi demands all-out efforts to rescue Chinese tourists in Malaysia
BEIJING, Jan. 29 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has demanded all-out search and rescue efforts for the 28 Chinese nationals on a boat that sank off Malaysia's Sabah state on North Borneo on Saturday evening. According to an official release ...

Chinese New Year: workers travel home for the final time, as China's big cities no long offer economic prosperity
After giving up on transforming his fortunes in one of China's modern cities, Zhang Zhihao has returned for good to the grimy, rural village he calls home for this week's Lunar New Year. He is among thousands leaving the country's major cities for the ...

Without radical reforms, China's growth rate will continue to slow
We are now in the year of the chicken and have been since Chinese New Year dawned on Saturday, closing the year of the monkey. Animals come and go but the essential challenges facing China are exactly the same. The Chinese growth rate may ease ...

Smog grips Beijing as big factories keep belching over the Lunar New Year break
Various big metals factories in and around Beijing kept up production over the Lunar New Year, compounding pollution in the capital on the weekend, according to a researcher affiliated with the Ministry of Environmental Protection. Chai Fahe, from the ...

Chinese man killed by zoo tiger 'scaled two 3m walls to avoid paying entrance fee'
A man who was mauled to death by a tiger at a zoo in eastern China on Sunday was found to have climbed two three-metre walls to avoid paying the entrance fee, according to the official announcement by the zoo. A video taken on Sunday showing a tiger ...

China looks to Mars, Jupiter exploration
BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- China's plans for deep-space exploration included two Mars missions and one Jupiter probe. China plans its first Mars probe by 2020, said Wu Yanhua, vice director of the China National Space Administration. A second Mars ...

Across China: A Kirgiz girl's dream
URUMQI, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- Gulniya, 14, a Kirgiz girl who lives at the foot of the snow-capped mountains, dreamed for years about the summer that her hometown hardly sees, as well as "schools in the city." "Schools there are not made of mud, so ...

China rewrites single-day box office record
BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- China's box office raked in 802 million yuan (around 117 million U.S. dollars) on Saturday, Lunar New Year's Day, setting a record for a single day. Box office takings on Saturday, the second day of a holiday week in China ...

With Pen Plan, China Etches Nationalist Economic Policy
BEIJING—After a five-year effort, one Chinese company recently achieved a mission of national interest: helping develop the first fully Chinese ballpoint pen. What's not clear is whether it made economic sense. Chinese manufacturers produce 38 billion ...

Across China: Playing tunes with leaves
FUZHOU, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- Putting a leaf between his lips, Qiu Shaochun, 53, blew a melody composed by himself, accompanied by 16 teenage leaf-blowers. As China's most famous leaf blower, Qiu has performed in more than 30 countries. At a Spring ...

China receives more tourists as holiday travel continues
BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- Some 258.1 million visitor trips have been made in China during the first four days of the Lunar New Year holiday, which started Friday, a 14.2 percent increase compared with the same period last year, according to official ...

Malaysia expands search for five Chinese tourists still missing after boat sinks off Borneo
Malaysian authorities on Monday expanded their search area for six people – five of them Chinese nationals – missing since their boat sank in rough seas off Borneo on the weekend. Sabah provincial police chief Ramli Din said three people, including the ...

Search continues for the missing in boat accident in Malaysia
KOTA KINABALU, Malaysia, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Search efforts continue on Tuesday for the missing in the boat accident off Malaysia's Sabah state on North Borneo. Ahmad Puzi Ab Kahar, director general of Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, said the ...

China's second aircraft carrier 'takes shape': Report
China's second aircraft carrier is "taking shape" after two years and nine months of construction, local media reported, a move likely to further unnerve Taiwan and other neighbours about Beijing's growing military assertiveness. Posted 31 Jan 2017 14 ...

Mexico seeks to bolster ties with China, attract investment
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Mexico seeks to continue strengthening comprehensive ties with China and attract investment in the coming years, Foreign Affairs Minister Luis Videgaray said on Monday. "We want to attract investment and continue to ...

Family of man killed by tiger in eastern China blames zoo for negligence
The family of a man mauled to death by a tiger at a zoo in eastern China has accused the management of negligence for not sufficiently securing the premises and the animals' enclosure where he was attacked, according to an interview on news portal Sina ...

535-mln-yr-old creature may be earliest human ancestor: research
XI'AN, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- Scientists have discovered a tiny creature that dates back 535 million years and believe it may be the oldest known ancestor of a vast group of species, including humans. The research was conducted by China's Northwest ...

Chinese billionaire seized from Hong Kong
A Chinese billionaire with connections to top Beijing leaders has been abducted from the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong by Chinese public security agents and taken to mainland China, according to two people familiar with the investigation. Sample the ...

China's Debt-Trap Diplomacy
If there is one thing at which China's leaders truly excel, it is the use of economic tools to advance their country's geostrategic interests. Through its $1 trillion “one belt, one road” initiative, China is supporting infrastructure projects in ...

Trump declares 'America First,' and countries in Asia-Pacific respond by tilting toward China
There are strong signs that countries in Asia and the Pacific region are turning away from the United States and tilting toward China as the Trump administration emphasizes "America First." Perhaps the most alarming signals are coming from Australia, ...

Donald Trump's chaotic approach makes military 'skirmishes' with China more likely
The mounting possibility of military confrontation between the US and China would be “disastrous” for the region, experts have warned amid inflammatory statements from both nations. Donald Trump has followed up his incendiary campaign claim that China ...

Opinion: Trump is wrong about China making its currency weak
Chinese President Xi Jinping — who is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't — should probably peg the value of the yuan to the U.S. dollar, say two academics based in Hong Kong. By. AndrewSheng. XiaoGeng. HONG KONG (Project Syndicate) ...

China Jan factory activity expands for 6th month at modest pace
BEIJING: China's manufacturing sector expanded for the sixth month in a row in January as the world's second-largest economy continued to benefit from record bank lending and a construction boom. The improvement in the industrial sector could give the ...


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