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4 Things to Watch in China Next Year

Talk about a roller coaster year for China!

18 Dec 2015,

Chinese President Xi Jinping: Hands Off Our Internet

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for countries to be allowed to set their own rules for cyberspace and govern the Internet as they see fit.

16 Dec 2015,

Beijing Issues Red Alert Over Air Pollution for the First Time

Officials in Beijing declared on Monday that the thick smog blanketing the city was bad enough to require a red alert, the first time they had raised the alarm to its highest level since an emergency air-pollution response system was announced in 2013.

08 Dec 2015,

Xi Jinping 'Resigns', According to Typo in Chinese State Media Report

Four Chinese journalists have been suspended after inadvertently – and incorrectly – announcing the resignation of president Xi Jinping.

07 Dec 2015,

Indonesia is the Next Challenger to Beijing in the South China Sea

Claim almost an entire sea for yourself and you’re bound to stir things up. That’s especially true when it’s the South China Sea, arguably the world’s most important body of water for international trade and potential future military conflicts.

13 Nov 2015,

China Naval Chief Says Minor Incident Could Spark War in South China Sea

China's naval commander told his U.S. counterpart that a minor incident could spark war in the South China Sea if the United States did not stop its "provocative acts" in the disputed waterway, the Chinese navy said on Friday.

30 Oct 2015,

China Lifts One-Child Policy Amid Worries Over Graying Population

China will ease family planning restrictions to allow all couples to have two children after decades of the strict one-child policy, the ruling Communist Party said on Thursday, a move aimed at alleviating demographic restraints on the economy.

29 Oct 2015,

China Says It Warned and Tracked U.S. Warship in South China Sea

China said it warned and tracked a U.S. Navy warship as it came very close to one of its artificial islands in the South China Sea's contested waters.

27 Oct 2015,

The World Didn't Seem to Notice That China Gave Robert Mugabe a Peace Prize

Robert Mugabe, the authoritarian leader of Zimbabwe, is widely known for carrying out state-sponsored killings, torture, and sham elections during his decades-long reign. So it might come as a surprise that he's also an international peace prize winner, after being named the latest recipient of China's Confucius Peace Prize.

23 Oct 2015,

Two Chinese Diplomats Accused of Killing Colleagues in the Philippines

Two Chinese diplomats are suspects in the shooting deaths of two of their colleagues at a restaurant in the Philippines, authorities said.

22 Oct 2015,

China and UK: Signs of a New 'Special Relationship?'

Does the UK have a new "special relationship?"

19 Oct 2015,

Xi Jinping: China is Ready to Address Cybercrime

President Xi Jinping said that China is ready to open a "high-level" dialogue with the U.S. to fight cybercrime, while insisting that his government has never engaged in hacking.

23 Sep 2015,

Apple's iOS App Store Suffers First Major Attack

Apple Inc APPL.O said on Sunday it is cleaning up its iOS App Store to remove malicious iPhone and iPad programs identified in the first large-scale attack on the popular mobile software outlet.

21 Sep 2015,

Five Chinese Ships in Bering Sea as Obama Visits Alaska

Five Chinese Navy ships are sailing in international waters in the Bering Sea off Alaska, the Pentagon said on Wednesday, in an apparent first for China's military that came as U.S. President Barack Obama toured the U.S. state.

03 Sep 2015,

Large Chemical Blast Rips Through Chinese City

A large chemical fire and explosion ripped through an industrial zone in a northeastern Chinese city late Monday, killing at least one person, local officials said, less than a month after deadly chemical blasts in the nearby city of Tianjin raised concerns about industrial safety in China.

01 Sep 2015,

Europe, Asia Stocks Set for Worst Monthly Drop in Three Years on China, Fed

Stocks in Europe and Asia looked set on Monday for their worst monthly losses in at least three years, with investors still concerned about growth in China and the prospect of higher U.S. interest rates.

31 Aug 2015,

Bain-des-Dames : la Chine Donne son Accord pour la Construction d’un Port de Pêche

L’île Maurice a signé un accord avec la Chine mardi 25 août pour la construction d’un port de pêche à Bain-des-Dames, qui pourrait accueillir une centaine de bateaux par an.

29 Aug 2015,

China Arrests 12 for Tianjin Explosions

China has formally detained a dozen people over huge explosions in the city of Tianjin this month that killed at least 139 people, and has accused 11 officials and port executives of suspected dereliction of duty or abuse of power.

27 Aug 2015,

China Looks To Pakistan To Expand Its Influence In Asia

Despite decades of mismanagement and a feeble socioeconomic infrastructure, one thing Pakistan benefits from is a strategic location—and China is taking notice.

26 Aug 2015,

Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande Shrug Off Market Crash

France and Germany have shrugged off a rout in world markets over China's slowing growth, with French President Francois Hollande saying that the global economy was "strong enough" to withstand any such downturn.

25 Aug 2015,