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7 min ago | China Digital Times
Chinese central authorities on Sunday issued more detailed and easier-to-enforce rules on official receptions, showing the resolve of containing extravagance within a "cage of regulations" and rooting out corruption.
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4 hrs ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette
A protester wearing a U.S. flag over his mouth demonstrates with others in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Thursday, July 18, 2013 against their government's rejection of the asylum application of U.S. citizen Edward Snowden who Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
8 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
In the debate over which matters more in China, money or quality of life, the quality-of-life side may have found the ultimate argument: If you can't breathe, nothing else really matters.
9 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
Investors Bet on the 'Bad Bank', but It Might be as Much a Part of China's Rising Debt Problem as It Is a Solution BEIJING-Investors flocked to the initial public offering of a Chinese company created to clean up the country's bad debt, sending its shares up 26% in the first day of trading.
13 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
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Far away from the North American continent, China has been doing some saber rattling lately, and on social media has been on it.
The old chestnut about the Great Wall of China being visible from space is just a legend, but something man-made is visible to orbiting satellites: Chinese smog.
The late anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela shared similarities with China's former leader Mao Zedong, said Bheki Langa, South African Ambassador to China in an exclusive interview with Xinhua on Tuesday.
Cyclists ride through heavy smog in eastern China's Jiangsu province last week. The top U.S. environmental official, Gina McCarthy, sees public outcry over air pollution paving the way toward progress on climate change in China.
The foreign workers in Singapore are divided by gender into two tasks and two entirely different ways of life.
Talks: At the front are David Greenaway and Prof Lu Lei, from the Guangdong University of Finance.
Heads of major universities in Korea, China, Japan and Vietnam agreed to set up a common curriculum to teach classics of the four East Asian countries during their meeting in Seoul last week.
Pupils work on a math exercise at Shahe Primary School, in a village near the county seat of Tengchong, a remote region in China's Yunnan province.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday said the ouster and arrest of North Korean eminence grise Jang Song-taek is "an internal affair."
There remains much debate over whether China's economy can rebalance and how much economic growth targets will be cut.