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"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.
"Put it in bricks and mortar" remains a popular morsel of advice doled out to those looking for secure places to park their money - because such investments are seen as, well, safe as houses.
In June 2014, eleven Silicon Valley mayors traveled to China to establish connections with Chinese government and business leaders.
Hopes of improvement in the strained relations between China and the Vatican have risen after Beijing allowed Pope Francis to enter its airspace en route to South Korea last week, making him the first pontiff to do so since 1989.
Any good place and experience are made great by the people behind them, although this simple fact is often taken for granted.
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.
Pictured is Guy Harvey artwork on an athletic clothing line. Artist Guy Harvey has developed his brand into a business empire.
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.
The Philippines says it will file a new diplomatic protest for frequent patrols by Chinese ships in the South China Sea within the Philippines' exclusive economic zone, which extends out 200 nautical miles.
Singer Kim Hyun-joong proved his popularity in China during his world tour concert on Saturday.
A newly opened centre puts the city on the leading edge of radiotherapy but the bill for treatment will be much bigger than traditional methods Cancer patients in Shanghai will soon have access to the world's most advanced radiotherapy equipment, offering recipients shorter and pain-free treatment.
August 15 is commemorated in Japan as the calendar date for the end of Japan's horrifically calamitous war of aggression in Asia, the date in 1945 that Showa Emperor Hirohito proclaimed that Japan had accepted the terms of the Allies' Postdam Declaration.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 02:15 am
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