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16 hrs ago | The Telegraph

Sushma pullout makes China, Russia uneasy

Indian and Japanese schoolchildren play at the Global Indian International School in Tokyo on Friday, a day before Narendra Modi arrives on a five-day visit.


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20 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

Chinese government pays for trip by aides to Rubio, Ros-Lehtinen

Top aides to Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, two of the most vehement anti-Communist voices in Washington, took an all expenses paid trip to China this month courtesy of the Chinese government.


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Yesterday | The Peninsula

Japan seeks more military budget

TOKYO: Japan's defence planners are seeking their biggest budget ever for the coming fiscal year to pay for stealth fighters, drones and a hi-tech submarine, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe bolsters the military amid an intensifying rivalry with China.


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Yesterday | People's Daily Online

Moscow warns Dalai Lama: - No politics'

The Dalai Lama "must fully distance himself from politics" if he wants to visit Russia, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has said, a stance echoing China's position while appeasing Buddhists at home.


Related Topix: Travel, Asia Travel, China Travel, Religion, Buddhism

Yesterday | Real Clear Politics

Are Good Times Back in China?

What's the difference between first class and business class? Apparently nothing, at least on state-owned China Southern Airlines, the mainland's largest carrier.


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Yesterday | Mail & Guardian

China's designs on Africa in dispute

Beijing's relations with countries in Africa are riddled with lies and truths and everything in between.


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Yesterday | Walta Information Centre

Emirates offers up to twenty five percent discount to Ethiopian travellers

Addis Ababa, 29 August 2014 - Emirates, a global connector of people and places, is offering Ethiopian travellers up to 25% discount on Business Class and Economy Class fares to a range of exciting destinations around the world, the company said.


Related Topix: Africa, World News, Ethiopia, United Arab Emirates, Asia Travel, Guangzhou, China Travel, Travel, China Travel, Ethiopia Travel, Africa Travel

Thu Aug 28, 2014

4 Hoteliers

Assessing how AirAsia X is trying to capitalize on opportunities in China

If any outbound tourism source market can elicit an expenditure of $100 billion from approximately 100 million travellers in a year, then the lure of capitalizing on such opportunity is quite appealing; So it doesn't come as a surprise when airlines are constantly evaluating the destination preferences of Chinese travellers.


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Modi Heads to Japan With Billionaires in China Balancing Act

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi travels to Japan this weekend to boost ties between Asia 's second- and third-biggest economies, both of which are embroiled in territorial disputes with an increasingly assertive China .


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NHK World

Arranging for Obama, Xi meeting after APEC summit

Government officials of the United States and China are making arrangements for their presidents to meet after the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Beijing.


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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Australia: MH370 may have turned south sooner

A failed satellite phone call suggests the missing passenger jet may have turned south slightly earlier than previously thought during its enigmatic journey, Australian authorities said Thursday.


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People's Daily Online

Rubber Duck settles in Guiyang new urban area

Recently, the world-famous Rubber Duck settled in Guiyang new urban area-Future Ark.


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Wed Aug 27, 2014

China Daily

Vietnam signals good will

The fatal mid-may anti-china riots in Vietnam were so destructive that few will anticipate a hasty two-day visit by a Vietnamese special envoy will suffice to repair the damage.


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Chinese president meets Antigua and Barbuda PM, pledging closer cooperation

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda Gaston Browne pledged to boost cooperation during a meeting in Beijing on Wednesday.


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Silicon Alley Insider

These Photos Show Just How Bad Business Is Right Now For Malaysia Airlines

Photos on Twitter, Instagram, and other social media sites are showing nearly empty flights, waiting areas, and check-in lines for the embattled airline.


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Buses world news

Busmakers Worldwide * China - Japan

According to the sales contract, the bus maker is expected to export 1,100 units of buses to the African nation with a total value of 224 million RMB .

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Russia Taday

a Decoding Myanmar's intricate ties with major foreign powers

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Traders warn of Chinese exodus from...

Li Luming carefully straightens a table cloth in his empty restaurant in Sierra Leone's capital as he laments the damage Ebola has done to business.


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Tue Aug 26, 2014

The Washington Post

a Medical wavea lures Chinese to Korea for nips and tucks

All around the southern Seoul district of Gangnam - the area of conspicuous consumption made famous by the hit song "Gangnam Style" - Chinese women walk down the street with bandages over their faces and around their heads.


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Senior CPC official meets Vietnam's special envoy

Wang Jiarui, a senior official with the Communist Party of China , on Tuesday met with Le Hong Anh, special envoy of Nguyen Phu Trong, general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee.


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