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Xbox One To Sell In China After Country Li...
Less than a year after China lifted its ban of foreign gaming consoles, Microsoft is set to finally gain access to a $10 billion market.
July 31, 2014
China Evacuates 3000 Citizens From Vietnam...
Following deadly riots stemming from a territorial dispute in the South China Sea, China has deployed five ships to Vietnam to evacuate its citizens.
May 18, 2014
Chinese McDonald's, KFC Meat Supplier Shut...
In just the latest scandal involving fast food meat facilities in China, officials are investigating one facility's use of expired chicken products.
July 21, 2014
Chinese Zoo Disguises Dog as Lion
A zoo in China is under fire for putting a dog in a cage instead of a lion. According to a local newspaper, the People's Park zoo had a Tibetan mastif...
August 15, 2013
5 Things Big in China But Not in US
Check out 5 things that are big in China, but not so big in the U.S. according to Marketwatch.com.
May 08, 2014
Factory Explosion In China Kills At Least ...
A preliminary investigation suggested the explosion, which killed at least 65 people, was caused by dust that ignited inside the plant.
August 02, 2014
China, Uighurs Trade Accusations For Deadl...
Unsurprisingly, Chinese media and Uighur advocacy groups are offering very different accounts of a deadly clash with police in Xinjiang.
July 30, 2014
China Considering Building High-Speed Rail...
A report from the Beijing Times suggests China is considering a high-speed rail way that will connect it to the United States via the Bering Strait.
May 11, 2014
China's Top Officials Told To Stop Smoking
China is home to more than one-fourth of the world's smokers, with at least 300 million citizens lighting up regularly.
December 31, 2013
China Chafes at Christianity’s Growth
As Christianity continues its rapid rise in China, some believers feel discriminated against by public policies and say that the government favors tra...
May 30, 2014
The New York Times
China Spying Spat May See U.S. Firms Miss ...
It's a cyber-hacking punch-up between the United States and China, and what's happening in our view is that U.S. companies are in danger of getting ca...
May 27, 2014
U.S. Charges Chinese Officials Over Cyber-...
The Justice Department has never before filed criminal charges against a foreign actor for cyberspying.
May 19, 2014
Manhunt Underway For PA State Trooper...
Police: Note Helps Save Woman Who Was Held...
Apple Lets Users Delete Free U2 Album
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