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Send Rat Infested Lyubov Orlova Ghost Ship to China

The Lyubov Orlova is a ghost ship that has been adrift in the North Atlantic for about a year.  It was built in 1976  and named after a Soviet female actress and singer.  Lyubov Orlova roughly translates to fallopian tubes, according to a pamphlet I found laying on the ground. The ship is believed to […]

China Current Events: December 16

China deploys ‘highly efficient’ rover onto Moon’s surface Experts say China’s ability to soft-land a spacecraft on the Moon represents a major step forwards for a country that appears determined to push deeper and deeper into space Dishwashers in high demand in Hong Kong amid shortage People who wash dishes at restaurants in Hong Kong […]

China Current Events April

Michael Jordan’s China Lawsuit Takes a Sad Turn You may recall that Michael Jordan sued a Chinese sportswear company in 2012, claiming that they infringed upon Jordan’s Chinese name and several logos that were similar to those used by Jordan or his sponsors.  Read more Asian Megacities. Seoul vs. Shanghai vs. Beijing Excellent/fascinating/incisive/development analysis of […]

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Current Events in China: April 1

Now In China’s Rivers: Decomposing Humans “Based on our overall measuring results in past years, water quality not only remained normal, but in some cases has even improved,” said Li Lei, deputy environmental bureau chief of Lanzhou, last week.  Read more China’s losing battle against state-backed polluters When Zijin Mining Group threatened to move its […]

Current Events in China: March 29

Why China Is Finally Abandoning Its One Child Policy One of the first announcements by the new administration taking charge in China this month was that the one child policy, which has been in effect since 1979, will be phased out. The end of this most repulsive of social policies is good news for human […]

Current Events in China: March 28

Video captures China sinkhole tragedy A 25-year-old man in China has died after a sinkhole opened up and swallowed him. See video Chinese navy makes waves in South China Sea A Chinese navy flotilla is conducting military drills at an island chain that is claimed by nearby Malaysia in a rare and provocative visit to […]

China Current Events: March 27

China, Vietnam Clash Over Disputed Islands China is once again at odds with a maritime neighbor over disputed islands, this time — as often — leading to a little shooting and a lot of posturing.  Read more China’s exploitation of Latin American natural resources raises concern Economic benefits countered by environmental damage and fears over […]

China Current Events: March 26

China Reportedly To Buy Russian Subs, Fighter Jets China has reportedly signed a deal to buy new submarines and Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets from Russia, the first such arms deal in nearly a decade.  Read more Myanmar pivots uneasily away from China Long in the shadow of its powerful neighbor, the increasingly open, independent country […]

Current Events in China: March 25

Behind China’s Switch to High-End Exports As rising labor costs push manufacturing of T-shirts, jeans and the like out of China, the country has been able to offset that loss by grabbing the high end.  Read more Search for love in China fuels ‘ghost marriages’; grave robbing Wei Guohua finally found his Mrs. Right – […]

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    • China Default Chain Reaction Threatens Products Worth 35% of GDP - Bloomberg May 29, 2016
      BloombergChina Default Chain Reaction Threatens Products Worth 35% of GDPBloombergThe trend has China watchers worried. For starters, it means that bad investments by one WMP could infect others, causing a loss of confidence in products that play an important role in bank funding. It also suggests WMPs are struggling to find enough ...and more »
    • China To Send Nuke Armed Submarines To Pacific To Counter US - Forbes May 29, 2016
      ForbesChina To Send Nuke Armed Submarines To Pacific To Counter USForbesJust as most Americans settle in for a nice three-day Memorial Day weekend, news broke that China is planning to send submarines armed with nuclear missiles in the Pacific Ocean for the first time. The UK-based The Guardian newspaper, citing Chinese ...and more »
    • 'Human Arrow' Flies Through Target on China's Great Wall - NBCNews.com May 29, 2016
      NBCNews.com'Human Arrow' Flies Through Target on China's Great WallNBCNews.com'Human Arrow' Jeb Corliss ripped through a target on China's Great Wall on Sunday in the latest of a string of stunts carried out by the 40-year-old daredevil. For Corliss this latest challenge, involving skydiving from a helicopter dressed in a ...US
    • South China Sea fears grow before tribunal rules on disputed islands - The Guardian May 29, 2016
      The GuardianSouth China Sea fears grow before tribunal rules on disputed islandsThe GuardianWestern officials say they fear China will react to the ruling of the international tribunal for the law of the sea, which is expected to side with the Philippines, by raising the stakes in the busy trade route, expanding its land reclamation and ...China Promoting To
    • Vietnam: America's Big Strategic Opportunity in Asia (Think China) - The National Interest Online (blog) May 29, 2016
      The National Interest Online (blog)Vietnam: America's Big Strategic Opportunity in Asia (Think China)The National Interest Online (blog)In addition to its well-known security ties with China, Russia also tries to maintain military cooperation with the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) through bilateral dialogue and d
    • Chinese detergent maker sorry for harm done by ad - CNBC May 29, 2016
      CNBCChinese detergent maker sorry for harm done by adCNBCShanghai Leishang Cosmetics Ltd. Co. said it strongly shuns and condemns racial discrimination but blamed foreign media for amplifying the ad, which first appeared on Chinese social media in March but was halted after it drew protests this week ...Chinese firm apologises over Qiaobi race-row advertBBC
    • 'Very Uncool' In China: Will Starbucks Become Mundane? - Forbes May 29, 2016
      Forbes'Very Uncool' In China: Will Starbucks Become Mundane?Forbes“On June 16, we will open in China what will in all probability become the Starbucks highest grossing retail store in the world virtually overnight,” said CEO Howard Schultz in an April conference call. “It is a stunning new Starbucks store at the main ...
    • The Plan Taiwan Needs to Defend against China - The National Interest Online May 29, 2016
      The National Interest OnlineThe Plan Taiwan Needs to Defend against ChinaThe National Interest OnlineTherefore, as the Tsai administration performs the onerous act of balancing between stability in the Taiwan Strait and meeting the expectations of its China-wary citizens, it must continue to prepare against the eventuality that China could resort to ...Chine
    • This is How a Bloody US-China War Could Start - The National Interest Online May 29, 2016
      The National Interest OnlineThis is How a Bloody US-China War Could StartThe National Interest OnlineEditor's note: The following is a translation of Chapter 14 of the book If the U.S.and China Go to War《假如中美开战》 by the author and analyst Chen Pokong. The current volume was published in Chinese in 2013 and was later translated to Japanese.and more »
    • China's richest man opens Wanda World to rival Shanghai Disney - The Guardian May 29, 2016
      The GuardianChina's richest man opens Wanda World to rival Shanghai DisneyThe GuardianChina's largest private property developer, the Wanda Group, has opened an entertainment complex that it is positioning as a distinctly homegrown rival to Disney and its $5.5bn Shanghai theme park opening next month. Wanda executives unveiled the $3bn ...China