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1 hr ago | The Huffington Post
APRIL 07: U.S. President Barack Obama visits with students in a 10th grade Microbiology class at Bladensburg High School April 7, 2014 in Bladensburg, Maryland.
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The Letian Pottery Creative Market is held every weekend in Jingdezhen Sculpture and Ceramic Factory in central China's Jiangxi Province, one of several state-owned ceramic factories that sank in the tide of the country's shift to a market economy at the end of last century.
7 hrs ago | The Economist
DENG HONG'S AMBITION, according to a Chinese newspaper, was to build a city inside a single building; a "temperature-controlled paradise".
10 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News
In this Saturday, April 12, 2014 photo, David Tang, a London-based lawyer working with U.K. firm Stewarts Law and an American firm, speaks during an interview at a hotel room in Beijing.
President Barack Obama begins a week-long trip to Asia next Tuesday, in a bid to reassure allies in the region.
New Zealand airport micro hotel business Snoozecube is on the verge of expanding into China after its successful launch in Dubai.
China is now facing challenges to its maritime claims. The Philippines has just filed a lawsuit to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea against China over a dispute concerning its fishing rights in the South China Sea.
Several months ago, Global Hotel Network invited me to share my views of the impact on Orange County, California-and the entire US-that the coming avalanche of tourists from mainland China will have on all of us in the hospitality industry and beyond.
When twenty-something marketing assistant Li Hui needed to find a dress to wear to her sister's wedding in Jiangjiakou last summer, she looked online.
There are so many ways to get from point A to point B. In the future, we might use a flying electric hybrid car, a hand-held jet engine, a solar airplane or a transparent car.
When I read the email, I thought it was from Rick, playing a joke. It took a while for this news to penetrate - that my longtime buddy, client, friend and antagonist, traveling companion, a guy who always remembered my birthday, had died Jan. 15. As I told his son Drew, I don't know whether to call Rick an angel at rest or a devil to wiggle.
Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday warned Kiev against using force to quell pro-Moscow separatists in eastern Ukraine, saying the "criminal" act would undermine talks planned in Geneva.
South Korea has relaxed visa rules in a bid to entice high-spending Chinese visitors, as part of a trend that has seen 20 countries take steps to make it easier for wealthy Chinese to travel internationally.
South Korea will send two warships to an international fleet review in China, an official at the South Korean Embassy in Beijing said Monday.
The DPRK embassy in Beijing hosted a reception on Friday on the occasion of the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.
China has called off talks with Britain on Beijing's human rights record, the British government said on Monday, four days after Britain published a list of concerns.