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  1. Air pollution surges amid New Year fireworksRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | Xinhuanet

    Air pollution reached "dangerous levels" in 106 Chinese cities at the height of the celebrations welcoming the Lunar New Year due to use of firecrackers and fireworks, a Xinhua tally has found. Between 8 p.m. on Wednesday and 10 a.m. on Thursday, the Air quality index surpassed 300 in 106 cities.

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  2. Beijing's mayor declares city to be unlivable due to life-choking smogRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | NewsTarget.com

    What may appear to foreigners as a city swathed in fog on a cold rainy day is really a Chinese city smothered in smog, a type of air pollution so dangerous that some officials refer to the city as "unliveable," The Guardian reports. Over recent years, China's air pollution has grown increasingly worse, prompting government officials to call for total reform of its industrial practices.

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  3. Is Motorola's journey coming to a close?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    ... for years with a number of scoops culminating in the story that Motorola would sell the empty fab shell in Tianjin, China to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC). The 1990s were indeed heady days, when one could choose the shares ...

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  4. Students debate the environmentRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 17 | China Daily

    ... Ze'en (Jiangsu, China); Chloe Kekedjian (New Canaan, Connecticut); Eliza Posner (New Canaan); and Liu Jiapei (Tianjin, China), took part in the event. Jack Freifelder / China Daily The trade-off between the role of civil societies and government in ...

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  5. I remember CD Tam, his pride in the Tianjin fab and Moto's Dragonball -- a precursor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | EETimes

    ... for years with a number of scoops culminating in the story that Motorola would sell the empty fab shell in Tianjin, China to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC). The 1990s were indeed heady days, when one could choose the shares ...

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  6. Beijing air quality set to worsen as Lunar New Year approachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Channelnewsasia.com

    It could be a gray start to the Lunar New Year in the Chinese capital as air quality is expected to dip, possibly due to fireworks. The city's municipal environment watchdog said the weather from Wednesday to Friday is expected to be windless, which means air pollutants near the ground will not disperse.

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  7. Mortal MotorolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | EETimes

    ... for years with a number of scoops culminating in the story that Motorola would sell the empty fab shell in Tianjin, China to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC). The 1990s were indeed heady days, when one could choose the shares ...

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  8. Kaisa Faces $5.7 Billion of Payments Amid Debt RestructuringRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | The Washington Post

    An initial meeting with onshore lenders has been scheduled for today, Kaisa, which is being acquired by Sunac China Holdings Ltd., said in a Hong Kong exchange filing on Monday. Kaisa said it's aiming to reach an agreement with its offshore creditors by the end of March and expects to complete the restructuring the following month.

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  9. Tesla electric cars at a Supercharger station in Tianjin recently....Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | South China Morning Post

    Tesla electric cars at a Supercharger station in Tianjin recently. The stations allowing users to fully recharge their Tesla cars' batteries in 75 minutes.

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  10. Kaisa Facing $5.7 Billion of Repayments Amid Debt RestructuringRead the original story

    Monday Feb 16 | Bloomberg

    Chinese migrant workers labor at the construction site of the residential property project "Majestic Mansion Jade Garden" developed by Kaisa Group in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, on 16 Jan. Source: Imaginechina -- Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. is seeking to expedite a debt restructuring as the troubled developer said it faces as much as 35.5 billion yuan of repayments to creditors this year. An initial meeting with onshore lenders has been scheduled for today, Kaisa, which is being acquired by Sunac China Holdings Ltd., said in a Hong Kong exchange filing on Monday.

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  11. BEIJING: Chinese theme parks on the ride of their livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 | Asia News Network

    It was all supposed to be so much fun for investors, but for many the financial swings and roundabouts of the Chinese entertainment, leisure and tourism industry were as amusing as a stomach-churning ride on a roller coaster. But that is changing as the industry begins to turn into the moneymaker it had always promised to be.

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  12. China's Corruption Crackdown a Boon for LingerieRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 | Wall Street Journal

    Lingerie stores in China are seeing strong sales of $300 bras and other pricey skivvies, defying a broad drop in luxury sales in the vast Chinese market. As the WSJ's Laurie Burkitt and Alyssa Abkowitz report: Italian lingerie maker La Perla-which once struggled to sell $2,000 strapless bustiers and other high-end undergarments in the region-saw sales at its 14 stores in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan jump 42% last year.

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  13. Troubled Kaisa Forecasts - Substantial' Decline in 2014 ProfitRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 15 | Bloomberg

    Chinese migrant workers labor at the construction site of the residential property project "Majestic Mansion Jade Garden" developed by Kaisa Group in Hangzhou city, east China's Zhejiang province, on 16 Jan. Source: Imaginechina -- Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd., the troubled developer being acquired by Sunac China Holdings Ltd., said it expects a "substantial" decline in its 2014 profit. A debt restructuring needs to be expedited given the company's financial position and its future obligations, Shenzhen-based Kaisa said in a Hong Kong exchange filing Monday.

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  14. Kaisa Bonds Slip Further Into Distress as Shares HaltedRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 15 | Bloomberg

    Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd.'s dollar bonds slipped further into distressed territory as the trouble developer halted trade in its shares, pending the release of inside information. The company's $800 million of 8.875 percent notes due 2018 fell 0.8 cents to 60.6 cents on the dollar as of 12:02 p.m. in Hong Kong, yielding 29 percent, according to prices compiled by Bloomberg.

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  15. Prayut right on track with rail investorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 | Bangkok Post

    The score so far: Japan 1, China 1. But the great train battle between these two investment heavyweights for Thai turf is far from over. Shinzo Abe last Monday scored a goal for Japan that his country badly needed to even the great rail rivalry with China.

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  16. Chinese NY festivities to mark birthday of princessRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 14 | The Nation

    The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will host the Chinese New Year 2015 celebrations on February 19-20 at China Town's Yaowarat Road. The event would also mark HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's 60th birthday on April 2. Deputy Bangkok Governor Amorn Kitchawengkul said the event venue would be decorated with images of goats to mark the Year of the Goat.

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  17. China to be represented in NYC dog showRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | China Daily

    Sulie Greendale-Paveza, a judge, and Chai Lu, a professional dog handler and Lei Li, a Rough collie, at the Jinan Championship show in China. Lu and Lei Li are scheduled to participate in the 139 th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York.

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  18. China's Two Largest Taxi-Hailing App Will MergeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Forbes.com

    I am a researcher at Forbes Beijing bureau. I also write for the South China Morning Post, Nikkei Asian Review and Monitor Global Outlook.Previously, I blogged about environmental issues and Chinese politics for TIME Hong Kong.

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  19. Banks cautious about easing of funding rule in Shanghai free-trade zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | South China Morning Post

    Shanghai free-trade zone is the first Hong Kong-like free trade area in mainland China. The plan was first announced by the government in July and it was personally endorsed by Premier Li Keqiang who said he wanted to make the zone a snapshot of how China can upgrade its economic structure.

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  20. Theme parks latest building boom in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Seattle Times

    Theme-park designer Edward Marks and his team of ride developers and artists have dreamed up some of the country's most thrilling attractions - high-tech dark rides, glow-in-the-dark parades and 3-D simulators teeming with mummies, aliens and crazy clowns. But to cash in on China's theme-park boom, Marks is learning that they need more than a creative vision.

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