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Uighur group says nearly 100 casualties in China clash

Beijing - A clash in Xinjiang, home to China's mostly Muslim Uighur minority, left nearly 100 people dead or wounded, an exile group said Wednesday after what authorities called a "terror attack" on a police station and township.
In the Media by Kelly OLSEN (AFP)

Chinese hackers break into vital Canadian system

Canadian government officials have released a statement which says hackers briefly gained access to a vital research site. Now some computer systems are undergoing a full overhaul for added security.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

Dozens killed in terror attack in China's Xinjiang: Xinhua

Beijing - Chinese police shot dead dozens belonging to a knife-wielding terror gang in Xinjiang, state media said Tuesday, in the latest bout of violence to rock the far western region home to the mainly Muslim Uighur minority.
In the Media by Kelly Olsen (AFP)

Zhou Yongkang: oil man whose well of power finally ran dry

Beijing - Embattled former top Communist Zhou Yongkang rose through China's state oil industry to become the country's internal security chief -- and amassed so much power, according to analysts, that he brought about his own downfall.
In the Media by Felicia Sonmez (AFP)

Beijing government cracks down on Christian churches

Wenzhou - The eastern city of Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, China is sometimes called "China's Jerusalem" because of the number of houses of worship. On Monday, hundreds of police came to the Longgang Huai En Church and used a crane to take down its cross.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 7 comments

U.S. family stuck in China with adopted babies after visa glitch

Guangzhou - It has taken 18 months for the Nortons to adopt their new children, but now, thanks to a State Department computer glitch, the U.S. family is stuck in Guangzhou, China, as their newly adopted babies have no visa to leave the country.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

No burgers at some China McDonald's over food scare

Shanghai - McDonald's outlets in Beijing and Shanghai have yanked their flagship burgers off the menu after a key US supplier recalled products made by its Shanghai factory, which is alleged to have used expired meat.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. company withdraws outdated, tainted food products

Rocked by a recent food safety scandal, a prominent U.S food supplier is withdrawing all products produced by its Chinese subsidiary due to health and safety concerns.
In the Media by Greta McClain

China's ageing millions look forward to bleak future

Beijing - As she nears retirement along with millions of other Chinese, He Xiangying is too busy sending her son money and raising a stranger's child to worry about who will eventually look after her.
In the Media by Carol Huang (AFP)

Naval ships from U.S., India and Japan to start war games

Tokyo - The United States, India and Japan are set to kick off week-long war games in the Pacific, beefing up naval ties as they warily eye an increasingly assertive China and its military buildup.
In the Media by AFP

Video teasing 'Fat Guy Number 3' Kim Jong-un goes viral

A mash-up video poking fun at the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is doing the rounds across the world and has been viewed millions of times in China.
In the Media by Kev Hedges

China allegedly uses Twitter to spread false information in Tibet

Around 100 accounts were reportedly found using names stolen from Westerners and descriptions taken from real people. Reporters claim each account promotes Chinese propaganda.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Burger King and Starbucks cited in Chinese meat safety case

Husi Food is a major supplier of meat and other products for a variety of businesses. Factories belonging to the company closed due to reports of tainted meat. New allegations have also arisen that Starbucks and Burger King used this meat.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Largest aquatic flying insect discovered in Sichuan, China

Sichuan - Many of the largest bugs in the world have a new competitor; the Giant Dobsonfly. Townsfolk brought the creature to researchers and it is now making international news.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 1 comment

iOS 'back doors' found by forensic scientist

Forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski has posted evidence related to iOS security. His presentation talks about your rights and how some "back door" practices are infringing upon them.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Chinese army shows off dancing robots

Beijing - To the sound of Shakira's Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) robots demonstrated their dance steps, screaming recruits drilled with bayonets and tanks rolled as China's military offered a rare moment of openness Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

China 'seals off' town after man dies of bubonic plague

Beijing - A Chinese town has been sealed off and 151 people placed in quarantine since last week after a man died of bubonic plague, state media said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

(GRAPHIC) Video: 11 dead and 19 injured in Sichuan rockslides

Sichuan - Rocks recently smashed down into a busy Maoxian county road. Victims scrambled for cover as the shards rained down. Landslides such as these have been a common sight this summer the Sichuan region.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

China shuts meat producer supplying McDonald's, KFC

Shanghai - Shanghai has shut a factory of US food producer OSI Group for selling out-of-date meat to restaurant giants including McDonald's and KFC, authorities said Monday, in China's latest food safety scandal.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

China says spy ship operations 'in line with international law

Beijing - Beijing has defended its dispatch of a spy ship to international waters off Hawaii, near where Chinese vessels are taking part in a US-led naval exercise for the first time, reports said Monday.
In the Media by AFP

China typhoon death toll rises to 17 as more rain expected

Beijing - The death toll from the strongest storm to hit China in decades has reached 17, state media said Sunday, as forecasters issued warnings of more extreme weather.
In the Media by AFP

Wider parking spaces for Chinese women drivers spark controversy

A shopping mall in Dalian, in northeast China's Liaoning Province has opened a female-only car park that features wider parking spaces to make women feel comfortable when parking.
In the Media by Kesavan Unnikrishnan - 3 comments

Typhoon Rammasun kills eight in China

Beijing - The strongest storm to hit southern China in more than 40 years has killed at least eight people there, state media said Saturday, after causing devastation in the Philippines.
In the Media by AFP

At least 38 killed in fiery China road accident: Xinhua

Beijing - At least 38 people were killed when a van carrying inflammable liquid hit a bus on a highway in central China early Saturday, state media reported.
In the Media by AFP

Philippines typhoon toll soars as new storm threatens

Manila - The disaster-weary Philippines braced for a second severe storm in five days on Saturday as the death toll from Typhoon Rammasun surged to 77, officials said.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Super Typhoon Rammasun hits southern China

Beijing - The strongest typhoon to hit southern China in more than 40 years made its second landfall Friday, authorities said, after leaving a trail of destruction and at least 64 dead in the neighbouring Philippines.
In the Media by AFP

Chinese leader woos Latin America with deals

- China's president pressed a charm offensive with Latin America on Thursday, signing deals with Brazil, meeting regional leaders and proposing a $20 billion infrastructure fund that highlights Beijing's growing interests in the region.
In the Media by Laurent Thomet (AFP)

China lightning, floods and landslides leave dozens dead

Beijing - Dozens of people have died in the past week as torrential rain batters swathes of China, with at least six killed by lightning, thousands of homes destroyed and more than 300,000 evacuated, state media said.
In the Media by AFP

Parents sell children to fund video-gaming habit

A couple in China allegedly sell their two young sons into human trafficking and use the money to purchase in-game virtual items for online gaming services.
In the Media by Sylvannia Soulet

Chinese government requires alternative fuel in state vehicles

Thirty percent of vehicles used by the government will be required to run using alternative fuel sources. This number will have to be met by 2016 when more sectors of the country will have to meet these numbers as well.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 6 comments
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A fancy restaurant in the hotel
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People twirled these bronze prayer bells along the side of one courtyard
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The central Monument to the People's Heros
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The kitchen with a view toward the dining room
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People get into the rail cars that take them up the hill to the Great Wall
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Japan Upset As Chinese Paper Prints Mushroom Clouds On Map.
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Overview of the Inner Court
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This little girl danced on her toes atop a man
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A tired tour group at the exit of Prince Gong Mansion
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A corner in the Flower City of the Russia Pavilion [Photo: Zhenyu Li]
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The northern face of the Great Wall
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U.S. President Barack Obama meets with the Dalai Lama in Feb. 2010
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U.S. President Barack Obama meets with the Dalai Lama in Feb. 2010
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Chongqing, south-west China.
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Guards by the left-side statues to the Heros of the People
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Hangzhou, China, Temple
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Snow-covered deserts are rare, but that’s exactly what the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite observed as it passed over the Taklimakan Desert in western China on Jan. 2, 2013.
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