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Chinese cinemas are showing viewers’ comments on screen

It’s one thing making full use of a hashtag when you’re watching your favourite TV show (even people who don’t watch the Great British Bake Off were entertained by the initial reaction to #bingate). But it’s another going to see a movie and having other people’s opinions pop up on the screen while you’re trying to have a heart-wrenching personal... Show More Summary

Clean air halves health costs in Chinese city

Air pollution regulations over the last decade in Taiyuan, China, have substantially improved the health of people living there, accounting for a greater than 50% reduction in costs associated with loss of life and disability between...Show More Summary

Alibaba teams up with Huawei to let Alipay Wallet users pay with just their fingerprint

As Chinese internet giants are fighting to own people on mobile payment, Alibaba has announced a way to make its payments service Alipay even more secure on a smartphone — with the introduction of fingerprinting technology in a deal that it inked with smartphone manufacturer Huawei. Show More Summary

What It Looks Like When a Passerby Starts Climbing Up Our Chinese Consulate Building

TweetIt looks like this: Bro was like a monkey, a tall, lanky monkey. He made it up to this garage door roof with a quickness. I wouldn’t have thought that this would be so easy: I didn’t see where he went after that, but people with desks 20 feet above Geary might have been surprised […]

Heard in the Hutong: The Chinese View on Emigrating

Chinese applicants have overwhelmed immigration departments in the U.S. and Canada. China Real Time hit the streets to find out why so many people are leaving and where people would go if given the chance to leave China.

People' Impact With Carlotta: A Bridge Between Two Cultures

Carlotta and her baby Carlo, Piacenza- Italy When Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu said that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, Carlotta took it by word. Carlotta Trevisan is a wonderful enthusiastic woman in her thirties, who embraced China as her second home, after Italy. Show More Summary

3D-printed mesh gives man with half a skull hope for recovery

People have been patching up their bodies with foreign parts for ages now, but 3D printing has only made that process easier, faster and more emblematic of hope. Case in point: a Chinese farmer named Hu fell three stories in a construction accident,...

Nicaragua starts survey on $40 billion canal

4 days agoNews : The Newsroom

A Chinese firm hired to dig a canal across Nicaragua linking the Caribbean and the Pacific said it has begun assessing property and land that will have to expropriated and people who will be displaced. The company HK Nicaragua CanalShow More Summary

The Lancet: China-themed issue

China's rapid emergence as a global power has coincided with a series of unprecedented challenges to Chinese people's health. The fifth China themed issue of The Lancet provides a picture of the complex health issues facing China, and looks at how better health outcomes for Chinese people can be achieved into the future. read more

6 dead, 21 missing in landslide in southwest China

5 days agoNews : The Newsroom

BEIJING (AP) — Six people died and 21 others were missing after a landslide hit a village in southwestern China, Chinese state media reported Thursday.

China’s Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Production Up 280%

The Chinese government wants more people driving electric and hybrid vehicles, & has implemented policies to tweak demand. They appear to be working China’s Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Production Up 280% was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Australian tycoon Clive Palmer apologizes for that whole 'Chinese mongrels' rant

6 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Australian mining mogul Clive Palmer offered a wordy apology for some remarks he made last week during a TV interview in which he called the Chinese government "bastards" who "shoot their own people". [ more › ]

Aussie MP to China: Sorry I Called You Guys Mongrels

Australian billionaire and alleged politician Clive Palmer has done some serious open-minded thinking and now realizes, a week later, that calling the Chinese "mongrels" was perhaps "an insult to Chinese people everywhere," he writes in a letter to ambassador Ma Zhaoxu, the Australian reports. "I wish to assure them they...

Politician Apologizes for Calling Chinese Gov’t ‘Mongrels’ on TV

last weekNews : Mediaite

Australian lawmaker Clive Palmer got himself in hot water earlier this month when he went on national television and referred to the Chinese as "mongrels" and "bastards" who "shoot their own people." Palmer has since, of course, apologized.

Cheating the Chinese

I'm tired of hearing Western business people in China complain that they're being cheated. The sad reality is that they're cheating themselves. Deception happens in NYC, Toronto, London, Sydney, and unfortunately Shanghai is no exception. Show More Summary

China Police Seize 30,000 Tonnes Of Tainted Chicken Feet

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese police have seized over 30,000 tonnes of tainted chicken feet, common on restaurant menus in China, in the latest food scandal to hit the country. Authorities have detained 38 people involved in the saleShow More Summary

Chinese Navy Unveils Z-18F ASW Helicopter

A new anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter for the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) is undergoing trials and testing, according to news reports and Chinese military websites.The aircraft, believed to be designated Z-18F, has been developed from the Changhe Aircraft Industry Group (CAIG) Z-8, itself a derivative of the long-serving French SA-321 Super Frelon. link.

Australian lawmaker apologizes to China for tirade

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian mining magnate turned lawmaker Clive Palmer has apologized to China over an extraordinary tirade on national television last week in which he accused the Chinese of shooting their own people and having no system of justice.

Philly Paper Calls Chinese People 'Chinky Winky' and 'Dinky Doo'

Extry! Extry! Philly free paper t he Philadelphia Public Record has apologized after publishing a majorly racist fuck-up in which a photo of Asian-Americans was captioned with fake names such as "Chinky Winky," "Me Too" and "Dinky Doo." Read more...

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