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Mrs. Clinton was a key part of the "pivot to Asia," a process that arguably began with visits to Beijing and Hanoi in 2010 during which she pushed back against China's assertiveness in the South China Sea.
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Following a global search, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art announced today that Beijing-based MAD Architects has been selected as the principal designer for the LMNA site while Chicago-based Studio Gang will design the landscape and create a bridge to connect the LMNA to Northerly Island.
Wiegel worked with poor children. Though hampered by language and cultural barriers, he described the experience in Ecuador as 'humbling.'
The government filed the protest through the embassy in Beijing. It says the launch violates UN Security Council resolutions.
J ust three spots remain for the trip to China, open to all but sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Oct. 11-20, 2014.
About a couple hours away by a jet Xian is in the North West of Beijing. The airport was non-descript but, I understand, it has now been converted into a swanky international airport.
As a recent Brooklyn transplant, I've been coming to terms with my own role in the gentrification of New York's most talked about borough.
The New York Wheel, an observation Ferris wheel planned for Staten Island that will be the tallest of its kind in the world, has so far received $150 million from foreign investors, the vast majority from China in exchange for green cards.
When External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj arrives in Kathmandu this week to review the state of bilateral cooperation and prepare for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Nepal, China is bound to loom large.
But a bakery opened by a one of the region's foremost gourmet food companies is aiming to change that.
Discussions have been held to set up a meeting of representatives of various international organizations and states that are involved in the airline industry.
Beijing Secoo Trading Co. plans to open stores in Milan, New York and Paris that will cater to Chinese tourists.
The recent flurry of air disasters does little to comfort nervous fliers, who suffer from what some experts call a "perfect storm" of fears.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is led by a Shinto priest as he visits Yasukuni shrine in Tokyo in this December 26, 2013 photo.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang meets with India's Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on June 28, 2014 .
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:05 am
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