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Beijing Holds Welcome Ceremony as Russian, Chinese Presidents Meet

The official welcoming Russian President Vladimir Putin was held on Saturday in Beijing on the square next to the Great Hall of the People.

Five People Die in Warehouse Fire in Eastern China

As many as five people were killed in a blaze at a furniture warehouse in the Chinese eastern city of Suzhou, local media reported.

Chinese state media say 51 killed by powerful tornado

A powerful tornado killed 51 people and destroyed large numbers of buildings Thursday in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu, state media reported. The tornado hit a densely populated area of farms and factories near the city of Yancheng, about 500 miles south of Beijing, according to state...

Tornado, hail storms kill at least 51 in east China: Xinhua

BEIJING (Reuters) - A tornado and hail storms killed at least 51 people on Thursday in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu, state media said.

The Man in the High Castle’: Facilitating China’s Information War

by Michael Yon Nobody does genocide like China. In the 20th Century Genocide Olympics, Nazis took the bronze, Soviets took the silver, and Chinese Communists took the gold. Day by day, China emerges as a threat to its own people, its neighbors, and to Japan and the United States. Show More Summary

Everything We Know About Mysterious Chinese NBA Draft Prospect Zhou Qi

Since Yao Ming's retirement in 2011 and Yi Jianlian 's flameout in 2012, the NBA-obsessed people of China have yearned for another homegrown hero. To whomever that distinction falls, so too will the attention of over a billion star-thirsty onlookers. Zhou Qi (pronounced "JOE CHEE ") could be that star. Show More Summary

PPAR Adoptable Cat of June 2016: Miss Nami

4 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Nami is a one-year old, cute Chinese Lihua kitty with beautiful green eyes. She is affectionate to people and friendly to other cats too. [ more › ]

As Yulin dog meat festival starts, poll shows overwhelming Chinese opposition to dog-meat-eating spectacle

A new poll shows that as many as 64 percent of people in China agree that the Yulin dog meat festival should end. Above, two of the 20 dogs rescued from a slaughterhouse on the eve of the festival. Photo by Adam Parascandola/HSI With...Show More Summary

Chinese bank manager spanks employees with a plank for not ‘exceeding themselves’

4 days agoNews : BlogPost

The video is as strange as it is brutal. Posted to the Facebook page of China's state-run media organization, People's Daily, it shows a bank manager humiliating some of his employees. The video seems to have been taken by an employee watching the hazing, which took place publicly, on a stage. The manager accuses a […]

Wal-Mart in Talks to Sell Its Chinese E-Commerce Business to JD.com

Wal-Mart is in discussions to sell its online e-commerce platform in China to the country’s No. 2 e-commerce company as part of a potential strategic tie-up, according to people familiar with the situation.

Wal-Mart in talks to sell China e-commerce platform to JD.com: WSJ

(Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc is in talks to sell its Chinese e-commerce platform, Yihaodian, to JD.com Inc, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the situation. The exact terms of the proposed deal are unclear...Show More Summary

This video shows a bank manager in China brutally spanking employees for not 'exceeding themselves'

A video on the Facebook page of China's People's Daily, the official media organisation of the Chinese Communist Party, apparently shows  e mployees at a "Rural Commercial Bank" being spanked by their manager for not "exceeding themselves." Details...Show More Summary

30 giant Chinese infrastructure projects that are reshaping the world

A huge change is underway in China. Over the next 10 years, the country plans to move 250 million people — the equivalent of Indonesia's entire population — into the country's rapidly-growing megacities. To accommodate that enormous migration, the country has invested billions of dollars in massive infrastructure projects. Show More Summary

Detention of Hong Kong Booksellers: Did Beijing Goof Up And Know It?

Five Hong Kong-based booksellers of material that poked at Chinese leaders such as President Xi Jinping have all been accounted for after about nine months of disappearances and detention. Hong Kong people protested against China, the detainer, over the weekend. Leaders in Beijing probably hope things get back to normal [...]

Reporter Invited to Hit Glass Bridge With Sledgehammer

People who stand on glass bridges shouldn't swing sledgehammers, right? Not so, says the Chinese government, at least when it comes to the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon bridge—the highest, longest glass bridge in the world, according to Mashable. In fact, the operators of the bridge allowed Dan Simmons of BBC...

Weekend catch-up: Orlando, Modi in the US, Brexit, Chinese manufacturing, PNG students and more

Last weekend, the worst mass shooting in American history occurred in Orlando Florida at an LGBT nightclub, killing at least 50 people and injuring a further 53. The act, committed by Omar Mateen, sparked debates on terrorism, gun control, mental illness and homophobia, rippling into the US presidential election. Show More Summary

4,000 Hong Kong protesters voice against China on bookseller detentions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Over 4,000 people marched in Hong Kong on Saturday to protest against China's detention of five booksellers whose shop published gossipy books about Chinese leaders, including President Xi Jinping.

Hong Kong Bookseller Who Was 'Disappeared' By Chinese Authorities Tells Of What Happened

It's no secret that the Chinese government has no problem making people disappear that are causing a problem for the communist regime - we have written about the topic many times (here, here, and here). However, the latest case of a disappearance (that we're aware of) is most interesting. Show More Summary

"Women in China are sending naked photographs of themselves holding their ID cards to peer-to-peer lenders as collateral..."

"... Chinese state media have reported, in a trend that may involve thousands of people."“An investigation by Beijing Youth Daily [the official newspaper of the Communist Youth League] shows that in some money lending groups, femaleShow More Summary

A Chinese Intel Ship Entered Japanese Territorial Waters

A Chinese naval intelligence ship temporarily entered Japan's territorial waters in the early hours of 15 June, Japanese officials said. This is the first time a People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) vessel has been confirmed as entering Japan's 12 n mile territorial seas since a Han-class nuclear-powered attack submarine entered Japanese waters off Ishigaki Island in 2004. link.

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