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2 hrs ago | Cavalier Daily
The International Relations Organization hosted a panel Wednesday titled "China's Third Revolution? Reform, Conservatism or Decay under Xi Jinping," featuring Batten School Dean Harry Harding.
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6 hrs ago | The China Post
The Mainland Affairs Council said yesterday that a meeting between President Ma Ying-jeou and the leader of mainland China would fall under the category of "cross-strait" affairs as opposed to "international" or "domestic" affairs.
10 hrs ago | WireNews+Co
The First Lady will travel to China from March 19-26, 2014. She will be visiting Beijing from March 20-23, Xi'an on March 24, and Chengdu from March 25-26.
14 hrs ago | China Digital Times
As the annual " Two Sessions " of China's National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference got underway this week, and premier Li Keqiang reiterated his pledge to fight corruption "without mercy," Bloomberg News' Henry Sanderson and Rachel Butt noted a number of absences, including that of Nanjing's "Mayor ... (more)
18 hrs ago | Globe and Mail
It may have been Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at the podium Wednesday, delivering his government's work report to the National People's Congress of China.
The most important and confusing story in China right now concerns the probable downfall of Zhou Yongkang, formerly one of the most powerful men in China.
China lured less foreign direct investment than Southeast Asia's biggest economies combined in 2013 amid faster wage growth and a shrinking labor force in the Communist country, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
What Xi Jinping has accomplished over the past year doesn't look like an old-fashioned Communist Party putsch.
Taiwan's Premier Jiang Yi-huah said Tuesday that the government's priority is for the two to meet at a global event like the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders' summit in Beijing this year.
China's reaction to events in Ukraine will probably prove more important in the long run than the responses of the United States and the EU.
China's government vowed to address long-festering complaints about choking smog while promising to crack down harder on the new threat of terrorism and promote unity among the country's sometimes-restive ethnic minorities.
The Long March was one of the most important events of the 20th century. Mao Zedong's Communist army's retreat covered 6,000 miles of arduous Chinese countryside.
Did this Russian soldier just fire the first shots of a new Crimean war? Invaders let off warning rounds at unarmed Ukrainian troops advancing on occupied airfield Angela Merkel declines to accompany Xi Jinping on Holocaust memorial visit over fears it will be used as propaganda in China's row with Japan over Second World War crimes German ... (more)
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called for resolute opposition to any act that could damage the country's ethnic unity amid growing anger over the recent knife attacks by militants from Xinjiang in Kunming.
Last week, much of northern China was cloaked in a thick apocalyptic smog which many scientists likened to a nuclear winter.
On December 31, President Xi Jinping appeared on CCTV and extended his "New Year's wishes to Chinese of all ethnic groups."