Monday May 20
China's influence spreads to Atlantic
China's influence spreads to Atlantic By Emanuele Scimia A specter has been haunting the Western Hemisphere since mid-summer 2012, the specter of China's People's Liberation Army Navy routinely patrolling the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Wichita Eagle
Celebrity panda at center of Thai-China deal
It's time to move to China, find a mate and have cubs. The move won't be permanent, however, thanks to a deal hammered out between the two countries that will cost Thailand $1 million a year, the Thai foreign minister said Friday.
China Digital Times
Drawing the News: I'd Do It All Again
It's tough out there for a government official in China. Cartoonist Dashixiong gives voice to the hardships one public servant endures in order to fulfill his duty.
International Business Times
US Relies On Chinese-Owned Satellite To Carry Military Data And Intelligence
The U.S. has been turning to China to help provide satellite support for American military data operations on the African continent.
Pesek: Why the China Dream Might Be a Mirage
China's president, officially in the post for barely a month, is still consolidating his power.