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Japan kindergarten apologizes after possible hate-speech comment

TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese kindergarten that has ties to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's wife, Akie, has apologized over online comments that domestic media described as possible hate speech against Koreans and Chinese people.

Geely to bid for Proton tie-up

Beijing - Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group is expected to bid as early as this week for a strategic partnership with struggling Malaysian car maker Proton Holdings, two people familiar with the bidding process told Reuters. Show More Summary

When America Threatened to Nuke China: The Battle of Yijiangshan Island

Sebastien Roblin Security, Asia A forgotten fight between China and Taiwan that had big repercussions. In 1955, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army embarked on a bloody amphibious landing to capture a fortified Nationalist island, only about twice the size of a typical golf course. Show More Summary

The Problem with The Great Wall Isn’t “Whitewashing”

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by Sean Nelson Can you spot the real hero? Universal The new film by the great Chinese director Zhang Yimou came to my attention the way most things do these days: people complaining about it on the internet. People took up arms against The Great Wall without having seen it, without knowing what it was about, without looking into it at all. Show More Summary

In China, consumers seem to shrug off deadly bird flu outbreak

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Four years ago, a bird flu outbreak in China killed at least three dozen people, triggered mass poultry culling, put masks on millions of Chinese faces and hammered shares in fast food and travel companies.

You can track someone's live location and where they live for just a couple of dollars

There is a black market offering deeply personal information on people in China, and all you need is $30 and their phone number to check up on someone. Chinese state broadcaster CCTV has uncovered a mine of personal data on social media...Show More Summary

Hard to detect, China bird flu virus may be more widespread

BEIJING (Reuters) - Bird flu infection rates on Chinese poultry farms may be far higher than previously thought, because the strain of the deadly virus that has killed more than 100 people this winter is hard to detect in chickens and geese, animal health experts say.

Mark Zuckerberg Is Learning Chinese. Here's Why You Should Too

Want to expand your market by 1.3 billion people? Do what Mark Zuckerberg is doing, and start learning Chinese.


Latest at the Diplomat takes a look at a report on US naval partnerships: As the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) closes the gap with the U.S. Navy, how can the United States optimize its maritime partnership programs? The consulting firm Wikistrat (where I am a senior analyst) recently ran a simulation on how […]

DEUTSCHE BANK: Chinese lending exploded in January

New Chinese loans increased by RMB 2 trillion in January. The People's Bank of China may be tempted to raise benchmark rates to slow lending, according to Deutsche Bank. Domestic lending in China shot up in January in a sign the country's...Show More Summary

Chinese airline passengers spend 5 days in jail for phone use

By Aaron Dickens, Buzz60 We get the struggle... being forced to turn your phone off when flying. But in China.. It could cost you 5 days in jail Two people flying to Beijing found that out the hard way. See more on crime: According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China, one passenger was held for 5 days for just listening to music. Show More Summary

Gentle, Adorable Pangolins Are Critically Endangered By Misguided Medical Beliefs

Saturday 18 Feb is World Pangolin Day. Pangolins are critically endangered because some people kill them to use their scales in traditional Chinese medicine, and CITES recently banned all trade in pangolins. Let's hope it's not too late.

Some China cities close poultry markets amid bird flu fears

Several Chinese cities have shut down their poultry markets in the wake of a bird flu outbreak that has killed at least two dozen people this year across China.

Man Who Got Lost 54 Years Ago Finally Finds Way Home

In 1963, a 23-year-old surveyor for the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army accidentally crossed the border into India. He's been stuck there ever since. But that may change as early as Sunday, India Today reports. The strange tale of Wang Qi starts with a nighttime stroll away from camp. He tells...

Smile! More than 500 people gather for family photo-op

More than 500 members of a family gathered in Shengzhou, China to take part in a family photo session on Tuesday, January 31st to celebrate the reunion during a week-long Lunar New Year holiday, Chinese state broadcaster CCTV said. Members...Show More Summary

WeWork's Chinese flagship opens in former opium factory

The on-trend space has it all: pastel terrazzo, brass fixtures, and more When people think of coworking spaces, the first company that comes to mind is WeWork, a pioneer of the shared office space movement that is currently valued at a whopping $16 billion. Show More Summary

Chinese Hospital Infects Five People with HIV by Reusing Equipment

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According to the statement, the infected patients will receive compensation.

Infographic: Drone buying guide in 2017

The consumer drone market added a ton of new products in the last year, and people need an updated guide to face all the chaos. Chinese markets exploded with so called beginner drones for cheaper prices, and that’s a very good thing. However, if you’re new to this, it can be very overwhelming and we

Amazon Plans Robotic Supermarket Staffed by 3; Chinese Factory Eliminate 90% of Humans, Defects Drop 80%

Trump blames Mexico, China, and even Germany for taking US jobs and for US trade imbalances. His message resonated with voters. People can believe whatever “fake news” they want, but Trump’s theory on manufacturing jobs falls...

Indicators of a Chinese Collapse

People you meet in the street are often a better source of information than the experts in the hotel conference rooms. I asked one student if people in China were trying to get their money out of the country. His eyes lit up and he replied, “Yes, everybody I know!” The post Indicators of a Chinese Collapse was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

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