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China’s Military Wages War on Ebola

According to the World Health Organization’s latest report, Ebola has now claimed 4,920 lives, almost all in west Africa. The number of Ebola cases is at 13,703 and counting – Mali just reported its first case on October 23, making…

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Can China and Vietnam Overcome Their Territorial Disputes?

Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi was in Vietnam on Monday for a meeting with Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign…

China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan

The ongoing violence in South Sudan has had an unbearable humanitarian cost. Currently, more than 1.4 million South Sudanese are…

China Considers Dropping Death Penalty for Some Crimes

The Chinese government is considering a reduction in the number of crimes eligible for capital punishment, part of a long-term…

China not a threat to US in Mexico

Jose Rogelio Garza, undersecretary of industry and commerce of Mexico, discussed the investment environment in Mexico at the China-Mexico Industry…

China’s Stocks Rise Most in Three Months on Trade-Zone Expansion

China’s stocks rose, sending the benchmark index to the biggest gain in three months, after industrial profits increased and President Xi Jinping…

China Builds in Africa, but the Foundations Are Shallow

China has become Africa's largest trade partner and investor. If Zheng He, the early 14th century explorer who commanded seven…

American Protectionism Threatens US-China Trade

The United States and China have one of the largest trading relationships in the world, at over $550 billion per…

'C.E.O. Confidant' Looks at China's Business Pioneers

Steve Tappin is chief executive of Xinfu, a consulting firm based in London and Beijing that advises chief executives. He is…

China’s Military Wages War on Ebola

According to the World Health Organization’s latest report, Ebola has now claimed 4,920 lives, almost all in west Africa. The…

US-China Need a Missile Launch Notification Deal

In his July call with Chinese President Xi Jinping, U.S. President Barack Obama again called for an improved U.S.-China relationship…

Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone

The Japanese Coast Guard (JCG) reported a highly unusual cessation of Chinese activity in the contiguous zone of the Senkaku…

China Wants More Military Co-op With Iran

This week, the commander of Iran’s navy made his first ever visit to China, Chinese media reported. Rear Admiral Habibollah…

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Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem

The greatest advantage of China’s political system, in theory at least, is raw and liberating efficiency. Neither shackled to a…

China’s APEC Challenge: Clearing the Air

In two weeks, leaders from both sides of the Pacific Ocean will converge in Beijing for the 22nd annual APEC…

Chinese Fishermen in Troubled Waters

A Chinese fisherman was shot dead on October 10 in a clash with South Korea’s Coast Guard, which accused Chinese…

US-China solar pact holds big potential: Analyst

SunEdison Inc, a leading US-based solar developer, has signed its second joint-venture project in China, and an analyst sees the…

Taking the Leap on China’s Pollution Problem

The greatest advantage of China’s political system, in theory at least, is raw and liberating efficiency. Neither shackled to a…

China’s APEC Challenge: Clearing the Air

In two weeks, leaders from both sides of the Pacific Ocean will converge in Beijing for the 22nd annual APEC…

What China's Reading: 'Broken Dreams USA'

Zhou Xiaoping, a 33-year-old, selfie-snapping blogger, has quickly become the new face of Chinese patriotism -- or, some would say,…

China’s Latest Space Launch Is Next Step in Lunar Ambitions

China took a step toward its plans to send an unmanned probe to the moon that will return to Earth…

U.S. concerned that China wants to establish its own regional hegemony

The Global Times: According to The Huffington Post, the U.S. wants to preserve its position as the keystone of regional…

Chinese military doesn’t have the ability to interfere in Iraq

China.com: The purpose of the U.S. media urging China to interfere in Iraq is obvious. It wants to leave the…

Chen Guangbiao wishes to help poor Americans: Free Lunch + 300 USD

Southern Daily: Recently, controversial Chinese billionaire Chen Guangbiao placed a full-page advertisement in the New York Times, looking to invite…

Difference between human rights reports from U.S. and China

Hao Ran: Comparison between human rights reports from the U.S. and China: 1. U.S. report covers the globe, evaluating human rights conditions…

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