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China activists fight gay 'conversion therapy'
Gay rights activists in China are preparing for what they say could be a legal milestone in their fight to stop homosexuality being treated as an illness.
3 hrs ago
Ford Looks Set to Accelerate Due to Solid Product Development
The organization will be presenting around 23 new models around the world. Because of these new launches, Ford's profit may decline in the current fiscal.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Lessons from Europe a century ago
World War I broke out on July 28 exactly 100 years ago. It claimed more than 9 million combatants' lives, the second deadliest war in history.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Japan rejects UN watchdog's call on...
Japan on Friday rejected a call by a UN watchdog to accept full blame for pressing Asian women into wartime sexual slavery in military brothels, saying it was not obligated to do so.
Fan Spends Life Savings On Tron Bike But Is Banned From Riding It
A sci-fi fan who spent his life savings getting hold of one of the light cycle motorbikes from the "Tron Legacy" film has been told he is not allowed to ride it on the streets in his Chinese homeland.
Chinese River Turns Blood Red Overnight
The water in a river in Xinmeizhou village in eastern China's Zhejiang province turned red overnight, baffling locals, July 25, 2014.
Imagine finding out that one of your wildest fantasies has come true - the gadget you've always dreamed of is available on the market.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Lightcycle Deemed Not Road Worthy In China
There are times when vehicles from a movie franchise look way too cool to pass up in real life, assuming someone comes up with a replica that functions close to what the movie version is capable of doing.
Tron Light Cycle Banned from Chinese City Streets. Wait, What?
A man in Nanjing, China owns a Tron Light Cycle replica-make that, a Tron Light Cycle he cannot ride on the streets of that city.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Stars and Stripes
Chinese grad student pleads guilty in military sensors smuggling case
A Chinese doctoral student pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque to three federal felonies stemming from his attempt to illegally export U.S.-made military sensors to China.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Massive flight disruptions expected in China
Hundreds of flights to and from eastern China were canceled or delayed Monday and state media warned that more disruptions should be expected in the next few weeks.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Jin Jiang International Hotels Opens 155-key Yangzhou Yangpeng Jin Jiang Hotel in Yangzhou, China
Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Co. Ltd. 6F, 889 South Yang Gao Road, Pudong Shanghai , 200127 China Phone: +86-21-20375000 Fax: +86-21-20375380 Send Email Jin Jiang International Hotels officially announced the opening of its newest property, Yangzhou Yangpeng Jin Jiang Hotel, to open in Yangzhou, in central Jiangsu province, eastern ... (more)
Caracas seeks to lure more Chinese tourists
The world's highest waterfall inspired the setting of the film, and she was so impressed that she decided to visit Venezuela.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Asia News Network
Nanjing: Why Nanjing never forgets
Nanjing native Lu Yanfa, 52, remembers well the stories of Japanese wartime aggression that he heard as a boy on his grandmother's knee.
Electronic Engineering Times Asia
China, South Korea fire up 5G work in Asia
Part of the work is forming alliances with each other, even taking the 5G race on a global scale as China and Japan look to follow South Korea in forging agreements with their European counterpart 5GPPP.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Chinese submersible takes Youth Olympics torch to deep sea
China's manned deep-sea submersible Jiaolong took a torch of the Youth Olympics to be held in China to the deep sea on Saturday in the northwest Pacific Ocean.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Praxair to undertake industrial project in China
Praxair, through a subsidiary, has expanded its presence in China, signing a long-term contract to supply industrial gases to Nanjing Jinling Huntsman New Materials, a joint venture between SINOPEC Jinling and Huntsman.
China Digital Times
Twelve Petitioners Attempt Suicide in Beijing
The Telegraph's Tom Phillips reports on two separate incidents in which a total of 12 petitioners attempted suicide in Beijing .
5G Calling, Part 2: Asia Rising
Research groups in China and Korea are heads down developing technologies for 5G cellular services expected to switch on in about 2020.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Caught Short Commuter Keeps Underground Train Waiting With Blocked Door
A Chinese man caused delays after he was caught short on the underground in the city of Nanjing in east China's Jiangsu province, and used his luggage to block the door and stop the train leaving while he was in the bathroom.