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The Long History Behind Territory Disputes in the South China Sea

Since the beginning of the 20th century, a tiny collection of islets and shoals has been the focus of disputes involving seven nations

Are China and Taiwan Heading Towards Conflict?

Suisheng Zhao Security, Asia Asia's big question--beyond the South China Sea.  Deng Xiaoping once proclaimed that China could wait for 100 years to reunify with Taiwan if necessary. More recently, former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin started to articulate that China would not wait forever, but lacked the capacity to back up the implicit threat. Show More Summary

How Beijing Can Win The South China Sea Dispute

China fumed in July when a world arbitration court said the Communist leadershiplacked a legal basisto claim 95% of a resource-rich, strategically valuable sea off its south coast. The international tribunal of the world’s Permanent Court of Arbitration lacked jurisdiction to decide sovereignty over the South China Sea, Beijing had [...]

Don't ignore tsunami from South China Sea

``Duterte understands that the US is pursuing self-interests by firing from Philippino shoulders with a view to remain embedded in the region and to create a platform to push back at rising China. Duterte also senses that China can be the driver of growth for his country's economy and development agenda happens to his top priority, being an ambitious politician.''

Does Russia Have a South China Sea Problem?

Carlyle A. Thayer Security, Asia Russian and Chinese interests always aren’t congruent.  At the G20 Hangzhou summit earlier this month, China made clear that Russian president Vladimir Putin was a top guest. Both China and Russia claim...Show More Summary

Singapore accuses Chinese paper of fabricating South China Sea story

BEIJING (Reuters) - Singapore's ambassador to China on Tuesday accused a major state-run Chinese newspaper of fabricating a report about Singapore's position on the South China Sea, but the paper stuck by its story.

China’s Geely is new partner for Bloodhound land speed record team

The United Kingdom’s Bloodhound has secured vital funding from Chinese automaker Geely in order to complete its attempt on the world land speed record, scheduled to for South Africa in October 2017. Geely, which is the parent company to Volvo, has been named the prime sponsor of Bloodhound, as well as the team’s official automotive...

SIMON TISDALL: Barack Obama’s ‘Asian pivot’ failed. China is in the ascendancy. The China d…

SIMON TISDALL: Barack Obama’s ‘Asian pivot’ failed. China is in the ascendancy. The China dilemma extends far beyond the South China Sea. Having made nuclear disarmament a top priority in 2009, Obama has failed dismally to halt North Korea’s accelerating pursuit of nuclear weapons. The threat was underscored by Pyongyang’s biggest ever test explosion earlier […]

China Is Buying Land in Africa and South America to Ensure Its Food Supply

2 days agoNews : Truthdig

By Paul Brown / Climate News Network With the impacts of climate change threatening food supply as population grows, China is purchasing acreage on other continents to grow more crops.

China flies military planes over strait near Japan

China has sent fighter planes for the first time over a strait near Japan, the two governments said Monday, after Tokyo announced it may patrol alongside the US in the disputed South China Sea. More than 40 Chinese military aircraftShow More Summary

Song Hye-kyo Slaps China In The Face; Talent Always Triumphs, Proves Goddess Of Asia

Much to the delight of fans worldwide, South Korean actress Song Hye-kyo just won the Pan-Asia beauty contest Goddess Of Asia. Hosted by a Chinese enterprise, the contest evaluated participants based on beauty, brains and popularity....Show More Summary

China probes North Korea bank suspected of nuclear link: South Korea report

SEOUL (Reuters) - China is investigating executives of a North Korean bank believed to finance the illicit procurement of arms and materials related to the isolated country's banned nuclear program, South Korea's JoongAng Daily reported on Monday.

China's "Other Sea"

Investors paying too much attention to China’s dispute over the writing of the navigation rules in the South China Sea -- one of the world’s biggest trade routes -- have perhaps missed China’s “other sea,” the sea of debt that is threatening to derail its robust growth and progress in [...]

Shanghai Restaurant Forced to Shut Down the Day After Receiving First Michelin-Star

It didn’t have the proper permits Michelin’s first-ever mainland China guide for Shanghai was released this week awarding the coveted stars to 26 area restaurants. Alas, the count is now down to 25. As the South China Morning Post reports,...Show More Summary

UPS Working to Expedite iPhone 7 Deliveries Following Weather and Mechanical Delays

Yesterday, we reported that some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus shipments have experienced irregular movement or delays during delivery between China or South Korea and their final destinations in the United States. UPS has since confirmed...Show More Summary

Replacement Galaxy Note 7s might be safe, but they also don’t work

They might not be exploding, at least not outside of China, but safe Galaxy Note 7 units might be turning into a new nightmare for Samsung. It appears that South Korean buyers who have already received their replacements complain about...Show More Summary

China's Nine-Dash Line and its Misplaced National Pride

Even after The Hague decision, China's government continues to vociferously argue that its 'nine-dash line' of sovereignty over the entire South China Sea is based on centuries of maritime history, and that China's claim is air tight. Show More Summary

Apple could troll Samsung by putting a store in its backyard

Apple has been opening plenty of Apple stores in China, but it could go even further into East Asia with a brand new retail store — based directly across the street from Samsung’s headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. We guess Tim Cook’s...Show More Summary

Moneybags China could learn from South Korea

6 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Seoul (AFP) – Chinese clubs have splashed out hundreds of millions of dollars in the quest for football glory but they could learn a few lessons from South Korea, which remains an Asian powerhouse at club and international level. Recent...Show More Summary

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