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  • China Vows to Respond to US Surveillance Flights

    China Vows to Respond to US Surveillance Flights

    China says it will keep responding to US military surveillance flights off its coast, rejecting American claims that one of Beijing's fighter jets acted recklessly in intercepting a US Navy plane last week.

  • Hong Kong Anti-Graft Agency Raids Home of Media Tycoon Critical of Beijing

    Hong Kong Anti-Graft Agency Raids Home of Media Tycoon Critical of Beijing

    Anti-corruption officers in Hong Kong on Thursday morning raided the home of Jimmy Lai, a media magnate and an outspoken critic of Beijing who has supported pro-democracy activists through his many publications.

  • Corrupt Chinese Hiding in Western Nations Elude Beijing's 'Fox Hunt'

    Corrupt Chinese Hiding in Western Nations Elude Beijing's 'Fox Hunt'

    When Yang Xiuzhu got wind in 2003 that Chinese anti-corruption investigators were looking into her affairs, she boarded a flight to Singapore. A few days later Yang changed her name and flew to New York.

  • Liar, Liar: Wily Panda Fakes Pregnancy To Get More Buns

    Liar, Liar: Wily Panda Fakes Pregnancy To Get More Buns

    Panda breeding centres commonly move pandas which are thought to be pregnant into single rooms with air conditioning and around-the-clock care

  • After Disasters, Stricken Malaysia Airlines Staff Brace for Job Cuts

    After Disasters, Stricken Malaysia Airlines Staff Brace for Job Cuts

    The 19,500 staff of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) now face a new ordeal - a quarter of them may lose their jobs at the unprofitable airline, hit by two jet disasters this year. Flight MH370 remains untraced since its disappearance en route from Kuala Lumpu...

  • 38 Held in China For Selling Poisonous Chicken Feet Snacks

    38 Held in China For Selling Poisonous Chicken Feet Snacks

    Chinese police have arrested 38 people and busted nine factories for allegedly producing and selling contaminated chicken feet snacks, one of the country's favorite delicacies.

  • Australia Tycoon Apologises for Calling Chinese 'Mongrels'

    Australia Tycoon Apologises for Calling Chinese 'Mongrels'

    Australian tycoon Clive Palmer on Tuesday apologised for calling the Chinese government "mongrels" who "shoot their own people" after a fierce backlash in Beijing and from politicians in Canberra.

  • Vietnam Sends Envoy to China to Smooth Tensions

    Vietnam Sends Envoy to China to Smooth Tensions

    Vietnam is sending a senior Communist party official to China this week to try to rebuild relations badly bit by Beijing's decision to deploy an oil rig in waters claimed by Hanoi in May.

  • Vietnam Sends Envoy to China to Smooth Tensions

    Vietnam Sends Envoy to China to Smooth Tensions

    Vietnam is sending a senior Communist party official to China this week to try to rebuild relations badly bit by Beijing's decision to deploy an oil rig in waters claimed by Hanoi in May.

  • Chinese Media Warn US Over Warplane Interception

    Chinese Media Warn US Over Warplane Interception

    China's state-run media warned Washington on Monday that Beijing could treat its surveillance flights as an "act of hostility", after accusations a Chinese fighter jet flew dangerously close to a US military aircraft.

  • Speaking in Tongues: China Divided Over the Common Language

    Speaking in Tongues: China Divided Over the Common Language

    Free-wheeling and business-oriented, the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou is a long way from Beijing physically, culturally and linguistically -- and hackles have been raised by reports Communist authorities are demanding local television drop Cant...

  • China Executes Eight for 'Terrorist' Attacks in Xinjiang

    China Executes Eight for 'Terrorist' Attacks in Xinjiang

    China has executed eight people for "terrorist" attacks in its restive far western region of Xinjiang, including three who "masterminded" a dramatic car crash in the capital's Tiananmen Square in 2013, state media said.

  • China Calls US Warplane Accusations 'Groundless': Report

    China Calls US Warplane Accusations 'Groundless': Report

    Beijing dismissed Saturday the Pentagon's accusations that a Chinese fighter jet flew too close to a US military aircraft off Hainan Island, blaming "massive and frequent" surveillance for dangerous mid-air confrontations in state media.

  • China Executes Tiananmen Square Attackers

    China Executes Tiananmen Square Attackers

    China has executed eight people for "terrorist attacks," including three it described as "masterminding" a suicide car crash in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 2013, state media announced.

  • Wrestler Sushil Kumar Appointed Sports Brand Ambassador of Delhi

    Wrestler Sushil Kumar Appointed Sports Brand Ambassador of Delhi

    Sushil Kumar has represented the country in the Olympic Games three times -- in 2004 Athens Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics and 2012 London Olympics. He is the only Indian wrestler to have won medals in back-to-back Olympic Games.

  • Jackie Chan Takes 'Bow of Apology' After Son Busted For Drugs

    Jackie Chan Takes 'Bow of Apology' After Son Busted For Drugs

    Kungfu movie star Jackie Chan offered the public a "deep bow of apology" after his son, actor, singer and socialite Jaycee, was arrested in Beijing for drug use.

  • Chinese Rail Official Gets Death Sentence in Corruption Case

    Chinese Rail Official Gets Death Sentence in Corruption Case

    A Beijing court on Wednesday sentenced a former railway official to death for corruption, but promised a reprieve after two years of good behaviour, state media reported, in the latest graft case to hit China's sprawling rail network.

  • China Paper Denounces 'Rampant Rascality' of Australia Tycoon

    China Paper Denounces 'Rampant Rascality' of Australia Tycoon

    A Chinese state-run newspaper on Wednesday called on Beijing to "teach Canberra a lesson" after Australian tycoon and politician Clive Palmer labelled the Communist government "mongrels" who "shoot their own people" in a televised tirade.

  • China Says Will Punish All Firms That Violate Laws

    China Says Will Punish All Firms That Violate Laws

    Companies operating in China will be punished if they violate laws, regardless of whether they are domestic or foreign firms, a senior official at the country's economic planner said on Wednesday.

  • Hong Kong Law Society President Resigns Amid China Democracy Debate

    Hong Kong Law Society President Resigns Amid China Democracy Debate

    The president of Hong Kong's Law Society resigned on Tuesday after a no-confidence vote exposed a growing determination by traditionally conservative lawyers to challenge perceived threats by Beijing to the business hub's judicial independence.

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