"We're just waiting for the order to kill! Kill! Kill!" So go the lyrics of the Chinese People's Liberation Army's latest music video, which hopes to convince the country's youth to join the military. The video, titled "Battle Declaration,"...Show More Summary
The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy vessels embarked on the South China Sea for drills to enhance combat readiness and interoperability between the naval, air and other forces, Chinese media reported Wednesday.
I’ve heard several people complain that, in its second season, Fresh Off The Boat hasn’t explored the Huangs’ Chinese heritage as much as it did in its first season; that the show has become less about being Asian-American and more about being a generic ABC sitcom. Show More Summary
The American electronics giant loses its exclusive rights to the "IPHONE" trademark in the People's Republic, with Chinese courts siding against it in a recent legal proceeding.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army has a simple message for potential recruits: We're cool. A promotional video released on the PLA newspaper's website last week hammers home this point by showing explosions, shootouts, jet planes, hostage situations and unidentified men being wounded, all set to loud rap music and hard rock-esque guitars. Show More Summary
Apple now has to share the trademark for the word “iPhone” with a handbag and leather goods maker – at least in China. As reported by Quartz (via the Chinese-based Legal Daily), the Beijing Municipal Higher People’s Court of Final Appeal...Show More Summary
In an effort to increase its recruitment levels of Chinese youth, the People’s Liberation Army has released a new ad using hip-hop-style music and visuals that could rival a trailer for the latest Michael Bay movie.
In partnership with the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, HRC Global traveled to four different Chinese cities to discuss the situation of LGBTQ people in the Asian country. As part of the spring delegation of the Professional...Show More Summary
If you were raised on the West Coast in the 1950s and 1960s, you were probably taught that games -- Scrabble, Chinese Checkers, Pick Up Sticks, Monopoly etc. -- were for rainy days. In my family it was a sin to be indoors on a sunny Saturday or Sunday, or after school, or on summer vacation. Show More Summary
In the future robots will handle all of our dirty work for us, and may even work in law enforcement so human cops don't get hurt and because people believe they'll do the job more efficiently. But practical and efficient robots don't really inspire fear in people, and when a bot's job is to break up a riot it should have an intimidating profile. Show More Summary
Submitted by George Friedman via MauldinEconomics.com, Chinese President Xi Jinping recently announced that he would take command of all of China’s armed forces, including the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). Xi is already chairman of the Central Military Commission that oversees the army. Show More Summary
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97 people, suspected in over 100 crimes in the telecommunications sector in over 20 provincial areas of Chinese mainland, were sent from Malaysia to China, according to local media.
"I co-wrote the Mission Chinese cookbook, and I love the place and the people there deeply." It was a good week for the editor-in-chief of Lucky Peach: Chris Ying led his team to victory at the James Beard Foundation’s Media Awards, winning for Food Blog and Publication of the Year. Show More Summary
Gary Sands Society, Politics, Asia Xi won't let a hundred flowers bloom. Over 50 years ago, Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong, in a speech titled On the Correct Handling of the Contradictions Among the People, encouraged Chinese citizens to speak openly concerning their opinions of his communist government. Show More Summary
Turns out the Model 3 isn't going to be Tesla's most affordable model. Go figure. SEE ALSO: This super-fast Chinese EV is still slower than a 'Ludicrous' Tesla Speaking at the Future Transportation Solutions conference in Oslo, Norway...Show More Summary
A Chinese city’s push to ban construction workers from publicly protesting unpaid wages has drawn disapproval from the Communist Party’s flagship newspaper, signaling official discord over efforts to curb rising labor unrest.
“China's first intelligent security robot debuts in Chongqing,” reads the headline in the Chinese Communist Party official newspaper People's Daily. The riot control robot has a name, “AnBot,” and it's freaking everyone out even more than your regular garden variety riot control robots because the damn thing looks like a Dalek from Doctor Who. Show More Summary
Chinese President Xi Jinping has taken on the ambitious task of transforming the People's Liberation Army into a smaller, more modern force that is able to project power far from its shores. Here are five things to know about the PL...
A record-setting 115,831 Chinese people lined up for Hubei province's civil services exam on Friday... all knowing that the 6,500 open positions meant the chances of acceptance were lower than that of getting into Princeton or Yale... Up...Show More Summary