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2 hrs ago | National Geographic
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.
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5 hrs ago | Crooked Timber
The foreign workers in Singapore are divided by gender into two tasks and two entirely different ways of life.
9 hrs ago | Nottingham Evening Post
Talks: At the front are David Greenaway and Prof Lu Lei, from the Guangdong University of Finance.
11 hrs ago | Korea Herald
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.
What's it like for the Japanese navy on patrol around the hotly contested islands, I asked the commander when he had a moment of respite on Sydney Harbour recently? Was the Chinese navy a constant presence as it asserted Beijing's ownership of the desolate islands, which Japanese call the Senkaku islands and the Chinese call the Daioyu, or was it a ... (more)
China's new rules on official receptions have been welcomed by grassroots cadres at a time of the year that in the past involved overindulgent banquets and glutted stomachs.
Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao, right, extends his condolence for former South African President Nelson Mandela to Bheki Winston Joshua Langa, South African Ambassador to China, at the South African Embassy in Beijing.
Contributed photo I had been living in a two-floor apartment in Beijing. My friend Jonas set me up on a couch there when I arrived.
BEIJING: British Prime Minister David Cameron received an unusual request from the Chinese Netizens to help speed up the release of the new season of Sherlock , a popular British television series.
SUCHART Liengsaengthong, the Thai consul-general in Kunming, urges Thai corporations to invest in the southern Chinese hub, as the Beijing government bills Yunnan province as the gateway to Asean.
A paramilitary police official stands guard next to a fence, which blocks a road towards the South Korea embassy, in Beijing December 6, 2013.
Two summers ago, I took my then-12-year-old son, Gavin, to China. We spent the first part of the trip gliding along the Yangtze photographing the natural scenery and taking in the breathtaking views.
I know this because I have read the pool report of the occasion, a pithy and practically content-free piece of journalism that is nevertheless one of the more entertaining things to enter my inbox in recent days.