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China Current Events: April 9

“Anonymous” says plans more attacks against China sites The activist hacker group Anonymous plans to launch further attacks on Chinese government websites in a bid to uncover corruption and lobby for human rights, a member of the group said on Monday. China to see slow growth in Q2 coal demand The growth in China’s coal […]

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    • Japan, Sticking With US, Says It Won't Join China-Led Bank - New York Times March 31, 2015
      ReutersJapan, Sticking With US, Says It Won't Join China-Led BankNew York TimesTOKYO — Japanese leaders indicated on Tuesday that their nation would not become a founding member of a new Chinese-led Asian development bank but instead remain loyal to the United States, which has urged its allies to refrain from joining.Taiwan, Norway seek to join China-b
    • China's 'Great Wall of Sand' Raises US Concerns - Wall Street Journal March 31, 2015
      Wall Street JournalChina's 'Great Wall of Sand' Raises US ConcernsWall Street JournalCANBERRA, Australia—Unprecedented land reclamation by China in contested islands of the South China Sea is raising serious questions over whether Beijing intends confrontation or cooperation with other regional powers, America's top Pacific ...US Admiral
    • China to Begin Deposit Insurance in May - Wall Street Journal March 31, 2015
      Wall Street JournalChina to Begin Deposit Insurance in MayWall Street JournalBEIJING—By moving to insure bank deposits at home, China's leadership has its eyes abroad. China on Tuesday detailed a plan to launch a deposit-insurance system in May, a long-awaited move that is aimed at better disciplining its lenders and their ...China is about to make its
    • China's ban on Google is costing search giant billions of dollars while giving ... - VentureBeat March 31, 2015
      VentureBeatChina's ban on Google is costing search giant billions of dollars while giving ...VentureBeatIt's no surprise that by being blocked in China, Google is missing out on some serious search advertising revenues. But a new report today from eMarketer provides more insight into just how much Google may be losing. For the first time, eMarketer
    • Hanoi Takes Resistance to Beijing Underwater - Wall Street Journal March 31, 2015
      Wall Street JournalHanoi Takes Resistance to Beijing UnderwaterWall Street JournalNow, faced with a new threat from China—this time at sea—Vietnam's outgunned and outnumbered military is falling back on a similar tactic: It's hiding underwater. Vietnam's largest-ever arms purchase is a multibillion-dollar deal for six Russian ...and more »
    • For China, three decades of one-child policy proves hard to undo - CNN March 31, 2015
      CNNFor China, three decades of one-child policy proves hard to undoCNNIt's perhaps the most hated policy in China. Now, under relaxed restrictions announced just over a year ago, couples like Yang Xue and Chang Zi'an, both professionals working in Beijing, are eligible for a second child to join their baby girl -- 11 ...China's one-child polic
    • U.S. allies rush to join China's new bank as deadline looms - Washington Times March 31, 2015
      Washington TimesU.S. allies rush to join China's new bank as deadline loomsWashington TimesU.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, left, shakes hands with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang before a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, on Monday, March 30, 2015. Lew said he pressed Chinese leaders Monday over proposed ... more >.China to Del
    • Rhodes Scholarships Expanding to Include Chinese Students - New York Times March 31, 2015
      New York TimesRhodes Scholarships Expanding to Include Chinese StudentsNew York TimesThe move into China, announced Monday, is the first step in what the program expects to be its biggest expansion since it made women eligible in the 1970s. It is meant to cultivate a more diverse crop of young people the program hopes will become ...Congratulations, China: Y
    • As China Expands Its Navy, the US Grows Wary - Wall Street Journal March 31, 2015
      Wall Street JournalAs China Expands Its Navy, the US Grows WaryWall Street JournalChina's navy chief, Adm. Wu Shengli, strolled the Harvard University campus in a tweed blazer and slacks during a visit to the U.S. last fall, joking with students and quizzing school officials about enrolling some of his officers. A few days earlier ...Washington wary as
    • China Appears to Attack GitHub by Diverting Web Traffic - New York Times March 30, 2015
      New York TimesChina Appears to Attack GitHub by Diverting Web TrafficNew York TimesBut in a recent series of attacks on websites that try to help Internet users in China circumvent this censorship, the Great Firewall appears to have been used instead as a weapon, diverting a portion of the torrents of Internet traffic that flow ...These Activists Are Plottin