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Current Events in China: April 6

Drought plagues 13 Chinese provinces China’s ongoing severe drought has hit 13 Chinese provinces, having an adverse impact on agricultural production, the country’s drought relief authorities said Thursday.  As of Thursday, the dry spell has left 7.82 million people and 4.58 million head of livestock without adequate drinking water in provinces including Yunnan, Sichuan, Hebei, […]

China Current Events: April 5

Giant feathered dinosaur Yutyrannus discovered in China It is by far the biggest feathered dinosaur ever to have been unearthed and raises intriguing questions as to why some of these scaly reptiles developed plumage. Three nearly complete skeletons of the dinosaur have been uncovered in beds of sediment in Liaoning province, northeastern China, scientists reported […]

China Current Events: April 3

Chinese Insider Offers Rare Glimpse of U.S.-China Frictions The senior leadership of the Chinese government increasingly views the competition between the United States and China as a zero-sum game, with China the likely long-range winner if the American economy and domestic political system continue to stumble, according to an influential Chinese policy analyst. China, Kazakhstan […]

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Weibo Comments Suspended in Coup Rumour Aftermath Following rumours of a coup by allies of dethroned Chongqing Party chief Bo Xilai, Xinhua reported on Saturday that authorities have taken action against a number of websites and individuals involved in the rumours’ spread: Beijing’s Taxicab Contention As economic expansion benefits China’s growing middle class, long stagnant […]

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      China paving the way for big Xbox One salesPCWorldChina has approved the sale of 5 million Xbox One units, opening the way for Microsoft to make a big splash in the country's emerging console sector. Microsoft's Chinese partner BesTV revealed the figure in a Tuesday earnings statement. The Chinese ...and more »
    • China says Australian tycoon's attack 'irrational and absurd' - Reuters August 21, 2014
      ReutersChina says Australian tycoon's attack 'irrational and absurd'ReutersPalmer is locked in a legal battle with Chinese firm CITIC Pacific Ltd over cost blowouts and disputed royalty payments at the Sino Iron project in Western Australia, China's biggest offshore mining investment. The outspoken businessman lost two parts ...'Over
    • China Fines Japanese Auto Parts and Bearings Makers in Price Rigging - New York Times August 20, 2014
      New York TimesChina Fines Japanese Auto Parts and Bearings Makers in Price RiggingNew York TimesHONG KONG — Chinese regulators on Wednesday intensified their antitrust scrutiny of multinationals, finding 12 Japanese auto parts and bearings manufacturers guilty of fixing prices charged to the Chinese factories of at least five automakers, and ...China Fines J
    • 5 Tibetans Are Said to Die In Chinese Police Custody - New York Times August 20, 2014
      UPI.com5 Tibetans Are Said to Die In Chinese Police CustodyNew York TimesHONG KONG — Five Tibetans have died in police custody in southwestern China after a protest last week during which residents were shot and wounded, according to the exiled Tibetan government and other groups abroad. The accounts described a flaring ...Five Tibetans die after China polic
    • North Korea Moved Some Of Its Most Advanced Weaponry To The Chinese ... - Business Insider August 20, 2014
      Business InsiderNorth Korea Moved Some Of Its Most Advanced Weaponry To The Chinese ...Business InsiderIn a sign of the continuing decline in relations between North Korea and China, Pyongyang moved a number of tanks and armored vehicles away from South Korea to the Chinese border, according to The Chosun Ilbo, citing an anonymous source.North Korea: China
    • China's Growing Gray Market for All That's Foreign - Foreign Policy (blog) August 20, 2014
      China's Growing Gray Market for All That's ForeignForeign Policy (blog)WASHINGTON, D.C. — Before 23-year-old Rachel Deng came to Washington, D.C., from China for graduate school, she began to plan her U.S. business. She used WeChat, a popular Chinese messaging application, to set up an online marketplace where ...and more »
    • Amazon enters free trade zone to boost offering in China -Xinhua - Fox Business August 20, 2014
      ReutersAmazon enters free trade zone to boost offering in China -XinhuaFox BusinessAmazon.com will set up shop in China's Shanghai free trade zone, state media said on Wednesday, aiming to take advantage of less stringent trade regulations to sell a wider range of products in the country. The U.S. online retailer's move signals its ...Amazon enters
    • China mine disasters point to poor safety record - USA TODAY August 20, 2014
      USA TODAYChina mine disasters point to poor safety recordUSA TODAYBEIJING – Rescuers sought Wednesday to reach 36 coal miners trapped underground after two separate fatal incidents. Twenty-five miners remain inside an east China mine after an explosion early Tuesday caused a tunnel collapse and killed two. Eleven ...and more »
    • Why 'Made in China' isn't so cheap anymore - CNBC August 20, 2014
      CNBCWhy 'Made in China' isn't so cheap anymoreCNBCChina—a low-cost maker of goods—is falling behind in the global manufacturing race as rising wages and energy costs put pressure on the Asian country, synonymous with making super cheap stuff. China is among several economies whose manufacturing ...and more »
    • China arrests 1000 members of banned religious cult 'Eastern Lightning' - CNN August 20, 2014
      Q13 FOXChina arrests 1000 members of banned religious cult 'Eastern Lightning'CNNHong Kong (CNN) -- Chinese police have arrested nearly 1,000 suspected members of a banned religious group, state media reported. The arrests come months after five members of the group, known as the Church of Almighty God or "Quannengshen", were ...China Cra