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1 hr ago | China Daily
The British Home Office on Monday announced a variety of improvements to the visa system in China, including a 24-hour visa service, the expansion of mobile biometrics, and a new service enabling customers to apply for the British and Schengen visa at the same time.
3 hrs ago | China Daily
Italian fashion brand Etro holds a show in Beijing to promote more stores across China.
5 hrs ago | Midweek Herald
Janet Barratt-Pearce has been collecting donations for her forthcoming Great Wall of China trek in aid of Marie Curie.
7 hrs ago | DNA India
Army chief General Bikram Singh faced some embarrassing questions from officers of the People's Liberation Army during his recent visit to Beijing to deliver a guest lecture at China's prestigious National Defence University.
Singapore and China are exploring the possibility of a third government-to-government project after the Suzhou Industrial Park and the Tianjin Eco-city.
The etiquette of mainland Chinese travellers has again come under fire after a family allowed their child to defecate on the seat of a Delta Airlines flight from Beijing to Detroit.
Inequality poses a problem in China - and the US. An old woman and a child beg on the street in Beijing.
People wait outside the United States embassy in Beijing on Monday for visa applications.
Japan and Trinidad and Tobago have agreed to bolster cooperation in areas ranging from the economy to disaster prevention as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the resource-rich Caribbean country Sunday on the second leg of his Latin America trip.
The popular mobile biometric service, which allows customers to give their fingerprints and details to visa staff in offices, will be available at all 12 of the regions served by our visa application centres.
Mrs. Clinton was a key part of the "pivot to Asia," a process that arguably began with visits to Beijing and Hanoi in 2010 during which she pushed back against China's assertiveness in the South China Sea.
Following a global search, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art announced today that Beijing-based MAD Architects has been selected as the principal designer for the LMNA site while Chicago-based Studio Gang will design the landscape and create a bridge to connect the LMNA to Northerly Island.
Wiegel worked with poor children. Though hampered by language and cultural barriers, he described the experience in Ecuador as 'humbling.'
The government filed the protest through the embassy in Beijing. It says the launch violates UN Security Council resolutions.
J ust three spots remain for the trip to China, open to all but sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Oct. 11-20, 2014.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:20 pm
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