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World View: Uighurs Launch Massive Knife-Wielding Terrorist Attack in China

This morning's key headlines from China's secret weapon in the South China Sea: 50,000 fishing boats Uighurs launch massive knife-wielding terrorist attack in China China says that some Uighurs are in Syria for...Show More Summary

Why did the Peking Duck cross the country?

21 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Where does Peking Duck come from? It is a trick question: the dish named for China's capital has its origins in Nanjing, hundreds of kilometres to the south. The tidbit is one of the revelations in a museum opened earlier this monthShow More Summary

JinkoSolar: Strong Growth At A Bargain Price

By Cody Pedro: JinkoSolar (NYSE:JKS) was founded in 2006 to design, develop, produce, and invest in photovoltaic products in China. Since, they have expanded into international markets as diverse as South Africa, Chile, The United States, United Kingdom, and Japan. Show More Summary

Parsing the East Asian Powder Keg

The past six months have seen an incredible ratcheting up of tensions in the East and South China Seas, where the world's three largest economies--China, the United States, and Japan--are caught up in an increasingly tangled web of territorial disputes, competing alliances, and historical grievances. In February, U.S. Show More Summary

A Plan to Save the East China Sea from Disaster

Stewart Taggart East China Sea, China Editor's Note : Please see Stewart Taggart's previous article - A Plan to Save the South China Sea from Disaster.  Disputed islands. Air identification zones. Incidents at sea. Arguments over history. Show More Summary

China Investigates Four Microsoft Offices For Alleged 'Antitrust' Activity (MSFT)

The Chinese government has made surprise visits to four Microsoft offices located in China, in an apparent move to investigate the U.S. tech firm’s alleged antitrust violations in the country, the South China Morning Post reported Monday. Show More Summary

Sino-Russian Entente Would Move the World a Step Closer to 1914

This piece also appears in the South China Morning Post Artyom Lukin says the U.S. policy of containment is pushing China and Russia ever closer to forming a powerful anti-Western alliance, greatly raising the possibility of a ThirdShow More Summary

The BRICS Are Trying To Create A Competitor To The IMF — Here's Why It Won't Have A Big Impact

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) have launched a $100 billion development bank, dubbed the New Development Bank (NDB). The bank will be based in Shanghai and its first CEO will hail from India. The CEO is expected...Show More Summary

Military & strategy links: Maritime confrontation, Iron Dome hype, swarms of war and more

Need a solution for standoff power projection in a cost-constrained environment? How about a 747 loaded with air-launched cruise missiles? As non-lethal maritime confrontations proliferate from Gibraltar to the South China Sea, Alex Calvo explores how states can adapt to a future of unconventional maritime conflicts. Show More Summary

51 Dead As TransAsia Flight Makes Forced Landing In South China Sea

A TransAsia Airways flight from Kaohsiung to Penghu made an forced landing in Taiwan, according to TVBS, leaving 51 dead and 7 injured. The crash occurred on Makung, one of Taiwan's offshore islands. TRANSASIA AIR FLIGHT GE 222 CRASHED...Show More Summary

Dozens Feared Dead in Taiwan Plane Crash

Scores of people are feared dead after a TransAsia Airways plane was forced to make an emergency landing today and caught fire at an airport in Penghu, an island off the coast of Taiwan, reports the South China Morning Post. Taiwan's Central News Agency is reporting that 51 of the...

Divide and Conquer? Chinese Navy Starts Playing Nice With U.S.

A strange thing happened in the South China Sea the other month when the USS Spruance – an American guided-missile destroyer – encountered a civilian Chinese supply ship, according to U.S. naval officers.

A Mysterious Condition Is Killing Workers In Dongguan China In Their Sleep

The Chinese city of Dongguan, in the southern province of Guangdong, has seen a surge in the number of workers that are dying in their sleep, reports Andrea Chen at South China Morning Post. There have been 893 cases of sudden unexplained...Show More Summary

Strongest typhoon in decades leaves 46 dead in China's south

BEIJING (AP) — The death toll from the strongest typhoon to slam into China's south in decades has risen to 46, with 25 other people still missing, the government said Tuesday.

US Disengagement has Consequences

American disengagement in the world is not consequence free. The new BRICS bank announced in Fortaleza by Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa is largely a political exercise, which has been given a big boost by American indecision on IMF quota reform. Show More Summary

Typhoon kills 11 in Vietnam; China deaths up to 33

HANOI, Vietnam — A typhoon that barreled into northern Vietnam killed at least 11 people and left several missing, state media said, while in China the death toll from the strongest storm to strike the country's south in four decades rose to 33.

Heard in the Hutong: Will China’s Rise Lead to Conflict?

With Xi Jinping currently finishing up a trip to South America following a meeting of BRICS leaders in Brazil, China Real Time hit the streets of Beijing to find out what residents think about China’s place in the world.

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