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2M-Year-Old Stones May Have Belonged to Children

An investigation into what appears to be a nearly 2 million-year-old site in China's Hebei province suggests the spot served an important purpose: fun. The South China Morning Post compares the dig site to a "playground" for ancient hominids, noting that it was home to some 700 stone objects and...

China 'seriously concerned' by Philippine's building in South China Sea

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Foreign Ministry expressed serious concern on Friday after the Philippines said it would resume repair and reconstruction works on disputed islands in the South China Sea, saying Manila was infringing on Chinese sovereignty.

China’s JD.com Tries to Catch a Ride on the Korean Wave

Chinese consumers' love affair with all things South Korea isn't going unnoticed by some of China's biggest companies. On Thursday, JD.com Inc., the country's second biggest online retailer behind Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., said itShow More Summary

Snubbing US, South Korea Decides to Be a Founding Member in China’s AIIB

South Korea released a statement on Thursday saying it has decided to seek founding member status at the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), despite US objections.

South Korea Says It’ll Join Regional Development Bank Led by China

The United States has expressed misgivings about the proposed lender, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which it sees as a threat to the World Bank.

N Korea Warns US THAAD Deployment in S Korea to Target China, Russia

Pyongyang will "bolster up its war deterrence" if Washington deploys its THAAD system on South Korea's territory, warned North Korea's Foreign Ministry. According to the DPRK, the US missile defense system is meant to target North Korea, China and Russia, Washington's geopolitical rivals in the region.

North Korea's neighbors push to resume six-party talks

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - Russia and China discussed resuming six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear program this week, while a South Korean diplomat said five of the participants had agreed on conditions to present to Pyongyang for restarting the negotiations.

Philippines says to resume works in disputed South China Sea

MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines said on Thursday it would resume repair and reconstruction works in the disputed South China Sea after halting activities last year over concerns about the effect on an arbitration complaint filed against China.

South American jailed for providing foreigners with illegal Chinese visas

3 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A South American man has been sentenced to five years in prison by the Zhabei People's Court for providing foreigners with illegal visas in China. [ more › ]

Beijing to Seoul high-speed rail proposed to open by 2030

3 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A high-speed rail connecting China with South Korea could be a reality by 2030, according to the Korean newspaper Daily Economic Report, which recently announced a proposal to roll out a high-speed rail system that would run through North Korea to link up Beijing and Seoul. [ more › ]

Investing In The Potential Of New Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Despite the significant economic growth enjoyed by countries such as China, India, and South Korea in recent decades, many countries among the developing Asian region are still mired in poverty, suffering from a profound lack of access...Show More Summary

South Africa's Transet and CSR complete 95 electric locomotives

South African rail operator Transnet and China South Rail (CSR) have completed the construction of the first batch of 95 electric locomotives.

Legally China Can't Claim South China Sea: Indonesia

 Indonesian President Joko Widodo said China'a claims to the majority of the South China Sea have "no legal foundation in international law," he told Japan's Yomiuri newspaper.

Indonesia leader rejects China's South China Sea claims

Comments by Widodo to Japanese daily are first time country's president has taken a position on the specific dispute.

Indonesia: China’a claims to the South China Sea” not legal”

Indonesian President Joko Widodo said China’s claims to the majority of the South China Sea have “no legal foundation in international law,” he told Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper in an interview published on Sunday. This was the first time Widodo, who took office in October, has taken a position on the South China Sea dispute. Indonesia, […]

UN Chief Welcomes Renewal of China, Japan, South Korea Trilateral Talks

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed meeting between the foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea.

Indonesia, Japan Defense Agreement to Tackle South China Sea Issue

 Indonesia will sign a non-binding defense agreement with Japan next week when President Joko Widodo visits Tokyo for talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

China Criticizes US over Maritime Patrol Proposal in South China Sea

 China asked the United States to take no position on the South China Sea issue after US Navy Officer Robert Thomas promised to back the Association of Southeast

Asian powers hold talks after three-year hiatus

Foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea gather in Seoul for meeting meant to to calm regional tensions.

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