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China may expand its 72-hour visa-free policy for foreigners in a bid to boost the country's tourism.
In an unusually candid trade report early this month, the trade ministry said it was "concerned" about a sustained fall in exports to China, Seoul's biggest trade partner.
"Following Francis" is a monthly blog on the latest happenings of Pope Francis. It is prepared exclusively for The WorldPost by Sebastien Maillard, Vatican Correspondent for La Croix, Rome Pope Francis is back in Rome after a five-day trip to Korea.
Chinese students received lessons in law, culture and apples thanks to visiting the Romeo area this month.
Performers from the 120th anniversary of Mei Lanfang from Jingju Theater Company of Beijing pose for a press photo in Times Square, New York City on Tuesday.
Travelers to China cheat themselves out of huge rewards and a more satisfying local experience, by not doing just a little bit of reading up before coming here.
JI'NAN, Aug. 20 -- Yang Min, a 53-year-old resident of Jinan in east China's Shandong Province, was amazed by the changes in her life in the last 30-odd years.
"mongrels" that shoot its own people. Interestingly, Palmer's opponents have earlier accused the politician of threatening the democratic relation between China's President Xi Jinping waits before a welcoming ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in this May 6, 2013 file photo.
In China, positive media depictions of LGBT characters are against the law, which means a film like Brokeback Mountain - the story of a clandestine romance between two men in the American West - would never be screened legally in the world's most populous country.
A larger-than-life Australian mining magnate turned lawmaker Clive Palmer has been widely accused of threatening Australia's relationship with its biggest trading partner through an extraordinary tirade against China.
As Russia's relations with the West sour over Ukraine, the Kremlin has agreed to broaden software deliveries to China, with increased supplies of Chinese servers, storage systems and other IT products set to come the other way, Russian Communications and Mass Media Minister Nikolai Nikiforov said Monday.
The U.S. may not officially recognize him as an ambassador and his office may not technically be an embassy, but Taiwan's new top representative in Washington, Lyushun Shen, still has a big job: persuading Washington to back the island's bid to join a massive Pacific Rim trade deal, despite the problems that could cause in relations with China.
However, he added that it should not be up to a single nation to decide how to intervene in the conflict.
The National Economic and Social Development Board yesterday tweaked its maximum economic-growth forecast down from 2.5 per cent to 2.0 per cent for this year on external risks despite the escape from a recession in the second quarter and better-than-expected performance in the first half.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:16 pm
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