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South China Sea code with Beijing must be legally binding: ASEAN chief

MANILA (Reuters) - A maritime code of conduct between Southeast Asia and China must be legally binding to put a stop to "unilateral actions" in the South China Sea, because a previous commitment to play fair had been ignored, the ASEAN secretary general said on Friday.

China publishes addresses of corruption suspects abroad

Beijing's most wanted may be holed up in a Staten Island cul-de-sac or a suburb of California's Inland Empire. Others could be hiding in a waterfront condo in the Carribbean … Click to Continue »

Beijing gloats over Trump Taiwan snub

China on Friday praised US president Donald Trump's snub of Taiwan, noting that observers had called his decision not to take a second call from the island's president a "slap in the face". Trump rattled China in December after taking...Show More Summary

Golf-European Tour China Open scores

2 hours agoSports / Golf : Reuters: Golf

April 28 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour China Open at the par-72 course on Friday in Beijing. The cut was set at 143. -14 Pablo Larrazabal (Spain) 64 66 -11 Alexander Levy (France) 63 70 Dylan Frittelli (South Africa) 70...Show More Summary

Asia weighs risk and reward in Trump's 'bromance' with China's Xi

BEIJING (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's warm words for Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping as a "good man" will reassure Beijing that he finally understands the importance of good ties, but risks leaving America's regional allies puzzling over where they fit into the new order.

How North Korea gets its oil from China: lifeline in question at U.N. meeting

BEIJING (Reuters) - As the United Nations Security Council decides whether to tighten the sanctions screws on North Korea, the country's increasingly isolated government could lose a lifeline provided by state-owned China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC).

Crushing blow to soy processors as Chinese grow wary on GMO

BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese consumer backlash against genetically modified (GMO) crops is beginning to dent demand for soy oil, the nation's main cooking oil, and could spell crisis for the multi-billion-dollar crushing industry, which depends on GMO soybeans from the United States and elsewhere.

China launches its first domestically-made aircraft carrier

5 hours agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

BEIJING (AP) — China has launched its first aircraft carrier built entirely on its own, in a demonstration of the growing technical sophistication of its defense industries and determination to safeguard its maritime territorial claims and crucial trade routes.

China won't confirm US claim of new pressure on North Korea

China's foreign ministry has refused to confirm or deny U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's assertion that Beijing has threatened to impose unilateral sanctions on North Korea if it conducts … Click to Continue »

Philippines' Duterte says pointless discussing South China Sea woes at summit

By Manolo Serapio Jr and Martin Petty MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday it was pointless discussing Beijing's contentious activities in the South China Sea at this week's Southeast Asian summit, and no one dared to pressure China anyway. Show More Summary

Annual nuclear power investment of $80 billion needed to meet climate change goals: IAEA

BEIJING (Reuters) - The nuclear energy industry needs an annual investment of $80 billion in order to meet climate change goals, the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Friday.

China Warned North Korea Not To Test Another Nuclear Weapon

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia China has also been turning away North Korean coal shipments, a major source of income for the regime. North Korea has yet to conduct a sixth nuclear test, and the reason may be China. Beijing warned Pyongyang...Show More Summary

Chinese navy conducts more drills in Western Pacific

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's navy has again sailed through the Miyako Strait that lies between two Japanese islands and carried out drills in the Western Pacific, state news agency Xinhua said.

China flags global naval role after new carrier launch

19 hours agoNews : The Cutline

By Adam Jourdan and Ben Blanchard SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China needs to raise its military capabilities to protect its growing overseas interests, its foreign minister said following the launch of China's first domestically built aircraft carrier, while vowing not to pursue expansionism. Show More Summary

The rumored detention of a Chinese exec with Kushner ties could mean upheaval for China's banking system

There's a rumor floating around Chinese social media that Wu Xiaohui, chairman of Anbang Insurance Group, has been detained by authorities in Beijing. Let's note, right away, that Anbang has denied this, and told The Real Deal that business...Show More Summary

China welcomes U.S. saying it is open to talks on North Korea

21 hours agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

By Michael Martina and Ju-min Park BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - China on Thursday welcomed an apparently softer tone by the United States on the North Korean nuclear and missile crisis but stressed its opposition to a U.S. missile defence system being deployed in South Korea. Show More Summary

China vows weapons tests as U.S. grapples with "grave" North Korea threat

Amid signs China may actually be squeezing Kim regime, U.S. missile defense system draws thinly-veiled response from Beijing

Mechanism of the influence of the Tibetan-Iranian Plateaus on the circulation and climate in summer

(Science China Press) The Iranian-Tibetan Plateaus have both dynamic and thermal influences on Asian climate and global circulation. Scientists have been puzzled the mechanism of the influence. Now researchers in Beijing have identified...Show More Summary

No hiding place: China releases street names of fugitives holed up abroad

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top anti-graft watchdog on Thursday released new information on 22 fugitives who are hiding out abroad down to the street names where they may live, as China ramps up pressure on corruption suspects who have fled overseas.

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