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'Michael Wines New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Inflaming trademark dispute, second city in China halts sales of the iPad

    Inflaming trademark dispute, second city in China halts sales of the iPad

    The authorities in a second Chinese city have begun seizing iPads from local retailers in a trademark dispute between Apple and Proview Technology.

  • Chinese state media publish photos of fighter jet

    The J-15 Flying Shark is China's newest attack jet, a sinuous fighter with the folding wings, shortened tail cone and bulked-up landing gear it needs to serve on China's first aircraft carrier, which is expected to start sea trials soon. It is indisputable evidence of China's growing mastery of military technology. Also military technology of Russi...

  • Gates warns of North Korea missile threat to US

    Gates warns of North Korea missile threat to US

    In a major new assessment of North Korea, US Defence Secretary Robert M Gates said on Tuesday that the country is becoming a direct threat to the United States and was within five years of developing a missile with the potential of hitting Alaska or the West Coast.Mr. Gates said that although he expected North Korea's ability to be limited, he anti...

  • Test of stealth fighter clouds US-China meet

    Test of stealth fighter clouds US-China meet

    China's military conducted a test flight of a new stealth fighter jet on Tuesday, overshadowing an important visit to Beijing by Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates aimed at improving defense ties -- and apparently catching China's civilian leadership off guard. Staging the test flight of the long-secret J-20 while Mr. Gates was in Beijing amounted t...

  • China rolls out its first stealth aircraft

    China's first radar-evading stealth fighter staged a runway test at an airbase in central China on Wednesday and could make its first flight as early as Thursday afternoon, the Hong Kong editor of a Canadian military journal said.But the nation's state-run media, which called news of the tests "rumors" in Wednesday's newspapers, sought to play down...

  • China tantrum: Nobel Peace Prize a 'farce'

    China tantrum: Nobel Peace Prize a 'farce'

    The United States ambassador had just written China's foreign minister expressing concern for Liu Xiaobo, the Beijing intellectual imprisoned a year earlier for drafting a pro-democracy manifesto. Now Mr Ding, a deputy in the ministry's American section, was reading the riot act to an American attaché. Mr Ding said he would try to avoid "beco...

  • China census aims to chart shifting population

    China began tallying its population on Monday for the first time since 2000, an arduous task at best, likely to be made tougher by the need to count scores of millions of migrant workers in the nation's big cities.The government said it has sent more than six million census-takers out to survey 400 million households, including the shantytowns and ...

  • China's fast rise leads neighbors to join forces

    China's fast rise leads neighbors to join forces

    China's military expansion and assertive trade policies have set off jitters across Asia, prompting many of its neighbors to rekindle old alliances and cultivate new ones to better defend their interests against the rising superpower.A whirl of deal-making and diplomacy, from Tokyo to New Delhi, is giving the United States an opportunity to reasser...

  • Once banned, dogs reflect China's rise

    Once banned, dogs reflect China's rise

    Xiangzi -- Lucky, in English -- is aptly named. A trim Siberian husky, his owner, a sports marketer named Qiu Hong, pampers him with two daily walks, a brace of imported American toys and grooming tools, $300 worth of monthly food and treats and his own sofa in her high-rise apartment. When city life becomes too blasé, Ms. Qiu loads Xiangzi in the...

  • US worried by harsh tone of China's military

    US worried by harsh tone of China's military

    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates met his Chinese counterpart, Liang Guanglie, in Vietnam on Monday for the first time since the two militaries suspended talks with each other last winter, calling for the two countries to prevent "mistrust, miscalculations and mistakes." His message seemed directed mainly at officers like Lt. Cmdr. Tony Cao of the ...

  • China's growth leads to problems down the road

    China's growth leads to problems down the road

    Chinese authorities proclaimed an end this week to an epic traffic jam that had brought some drivers here to a dead halt for up to five seemingly endless days. Which is heartening news, save two problems. One is that the traffic jam has not ended. "That's impossible," an officer at the Zhangjiakou Highway Traffic Police Detachment said Friday. "All...

  • Landslides kill scores in Northern China

    Landslides kill scores in Northern China

    A middle-of-the-night landslide buried hundreds of homes and flooded hundreds more in a remote mountainous region of northern China's Gansu Province early Sunday, leaving 127 people dead and nearly 1,300 more missing, officials said Sunday evening.Premier Wen Jiabao, who frequently flies to major disasters, traveled to a town near the hardest-hit c...

'Michael Wines New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Inflaming trademark dispute, second city in China halts sales of the iPad

    Inflaming trademark dispute, second city in China halts sales of the iPad

    The authorities in a second Chinese city have begun seizing iPads from local retailers in a trademark dispute between Apple and Proview Technology.

  • Chinese state media publish photos of fighter jet

    The J-15 Flying Shark is China's newest attack jet, a sinuous fighter with the folding wings, shortened tail cone and bulked-up landing gear it needs to serve on China's first aircraft carrier, which is expected to start sea trials soon. It is indisputable evidence of China's growing mastery of military technology. Also military technology of Russi...

  • Gates warns of North Korea missile threat to US

    Gates warns of North Korea missile threat to US

    In a major new assessment of North Korea, US Defence Secretary Robert M Gates said on Tuesday that the country is becoming a direct threat to the United States and was within five years of developing a missile with the potential of hitting Alaska or the West Coast.Mr. Gates said that although he expected North Korea's ability to be limited, he anti...

  • Test of stealth fighter clouds US-China meet

    Test of stealth fighter clouds US-China meet

    China's military conducted a test flight of a new stealth fighter jet on Tuesday, overshadowing an important visit to Beijing by Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates aimed at improving defense ties -- and apparently catching China's civilian leadership off guard. Staging the test flight of the long-secret J-20 while Mr. Gates was in Beijing amounted t...

  • China rolls out its first stealth aircraft

    China's first radar-evading stealth fighter staged a runway test at an airbase in central China on Wednesday and could make its first flight as early as Thursday afternoon, the Hong Kong editor of a Canadian military journal said.But the nation's state-run media, which called news of the tests "rumors" in Wednesday's newspapers, sought to play down...

  • China tantrum: Nobel Peace Prize a 'farce'

    China tantrum: Nobel Peace Prize a 'farce'

    The United States ambassador had just written China's foreign minister expressing concern for Liu Xiaobo, the Beijing intellectual imprisoned a year earlier for drafting a pro-democracy manifesto. Now Mr Ding, a deputy in the ministry's American section, was reading the riot act to an American attaché. Mr Ding said he would try to avoid "beco...

  • China census aims to chart shifting population

    China began tallying its population on Monday for the first time since 2000, an arduous task at best, likely to be made tougher by the need to count scores of millions of migrant workers in the nation's big cities.The government said it has sent more than six million census-takers out to survey 400 million households, including the shantytowns and ...

  • China's fast rise leads neighbors to join forces

    China's fast rise leads neighbors to join forces

    China's military expansion and assertive trade policies have set off jitters across Asia, prompting many of its neighbors to rekindle old alliances and cultivate new ones to better defend their interests against the rising superpower.A whirl of deal-making and diplomacy, from Tokyo to New Delhi, is giving the United States an opportunity to reasser...

  • Once banned, dogs reflect China's rise

    Once banned, dogs reflect China's rise

    Xiangzi -- Lucky, in English -- is aptly named. A trim Siberian husky, his owner, a sports marketer named Qiu Hong, pampers him with two daily walks, a brace of imported American toys and grooming tools, $300 worth of monthly food and treats and his own sofa in her high-rise apartment. When city life becomes too blasé, Ms. Qiu loads Xiangzi in the...

  • US worried by harsh tone of China's military

    US worried by harsh tone of China's military

    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates met his Chinese counterpart, Liang Guanglie, in Vietnam on Monday for the first time since the two militaries suspended talks with each other last winter, calling for the two countries to prevent "mistrust, miscalculations and mistakes." His message seemed directed mainly at officers like Lt. Cmdr. Tony Cao of the ...

  • China's growth leads to problems down the road

    China's growth leads to problems down the road

    Chinese authorities proclaimed an end this week to an epic traffic jam that had brought some drivers here to a dead halt for up to five seemingly endless days. Which is heartening news, save two problems. One is that the traffic jam has not ended. "That's impossible," an officer at the Zhangjiakou Highway Traffic Police Detachment said Friday. "All...

  • Landslides kill scores in Northern China

    Landslides kill scores in Northern China

    A middle-of-the-night landslide buried hundreds of homes and flooded hundreds more in a remote mountainous region of northern China's Gansu Province early Sunday, leaving 127 people dead and nearly 1,300 more missing, officials said Sunday evening.Premier Wen Jiabao, who frequently flies to major disasters, traveled to a town near the hardest-hit c...

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