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Beijing says U.S. warship 'sabotaged the peace' by sailing near island in South China Sea

China strongly condemned the United States after a U.S. warship deliberately sailed near one of the Beijing-controlled islands in the hotly contested South China Sea to exercise freedom of navigation and challenge China's vast territorial claims. The missile destroyer Curtis Wilbur sailed within...

Entrepreneurship goes global

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International investing is on course to set a record this year as GPs capitalize on a surge of global entrepreneurship from Beijing to Bogota. Through mid-November, U.S. venture investors have placed $21 billion with companies overs...

Beijing Accuses US Destroyer of Violating China’s Territorial Waters

The patrolling near the Paracel Islands archipelago, conducted by a US Navy destroyer, is unlawful as such action can only be allowed with the permission of the Chinese authorities, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said.

Chinese authorities order Beijing-based women's legal aid center to shut down

Chinese authorities have ordered a leading women's legal aid center in Beijing to close down, shocking the country's legal rights advocates. [ more › ]

Beijing says U.S. warship sailing near Paracel Islands violated Chinese laws

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's foreign ministry said on Saturday a U.S. warship that sailed near an artificial island claimed by Beijing and several other nations has violated Chinese law by entering its territorial waters.

Look how some of Beijing's most vulnerable residents got by during the city's coldest week in 30 years

Beijing just experienced its coldest week in 30 years, but in spite of the weather the intrepid citizens of Beijing carried on hustling. [ more › ]

China Orders Leading Women's Legal Aid Center To Shut Down

The Chinese authorities have ordered a leading women’s legal aid center in Beijing to shut down operations, the center’s founder said on Friday, another sign of a continuing crackdown on civil society. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Beijing Plans Aircraft Carrier Patrols in Disputed South China Sea

The Chinese Navy will likely deploy an aircraft carrier for permanent operations in the South China Sea, where China and other countries in the region are feuding over competing territorial claims, an expert said.

Chinese military force to take lead on cyber, space defense

BEIJING (Reuters) - A new Chinese military outfit will lead the country's push to enhance its cyber warfare, space security and online espionage capabilities, Chinese military observers and analysts said.

Foreigner faints on Beijing Metro, locals rush to help, netizens wonder if they would do same for fellow countryman

"If a Chinese person had fainted, each and every person would just go far away and hide." [ more › ]

EU slams China's on-air 'confessions' as unacceptable

BEIJING (Reuters) - The European Union on Friday delivered some of its strongest criticism yet of China's human rights record, calling the televised broadcasts of confessions by Chinese and European citizens "unacceptable".

China statistics chief sacked amid corruption probe

BEIJING (Reuters) - The head of China's National Bureau of Statistics has been sacked after authorities announced an anti-corruption investigation against him this week, state media reported on Friday.

Canadian coffee shop owner charged with spying, stealing state secrets, after more than a year in detention

Just a few days after Swedish human rights worker Peter Dahlin was expelled from China for "endangering state security," Beijing has turned its attention back to an old target, Canadian activist and (former) coffee shop owner Kevin Garratt. [ more › ]

Overnight Open Thread (1-28-2016)

Quote of the Day Kanye West - ?? (kan yé): a transliteration of Kanye. In Beijing dialect, this means someone who brags a lot with no actions to follow it up. -- from Chinese nicknames for American pop stars What...

Heard in the Hutong: How is China’s Economic Slowdown Impacting Beijingers?

How is China's economic downturn being felt by ordinary people? We hit the streets of Beijing to find out.

Twin Ambitions: Two Brothers Follow Their College Dreams To China And U.S.

BEIJING -- Ding Xuanyu and Ding Xuancheng were born just a few minutes apart and are separated by one Chinese character in their names. The twin brothers grew up going to the same schools with the same teachers and the same group ofShow More Summary

Inside China's Risky Gamble in the Middle East

Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-country tour of the Middle East and North Africa offers yet another example of Beijing's expanding drive for increased global influence. During his first visit to the region, Xi traveled to SaudiShow More Summary

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