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  1. Ye Haiyan in a scene from the documentary Hooligan Sparrow. Photo: SCMP PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South China Morning Post

    Ye Haiyan's struggle for justice for rape victims is profiled in Hooligan Sparrow, shortlisted for a nomination for best documentary When Ye Haiyan held up a poster that declared "women's rights are dead in China" on a beach on the southern island of Hainan more than three years ago, she had no idea the gesture would end up in a film among the Oscar finalists for best documentary. The 80-minute Hooligan Sparrow - the title is Ye's nickname - focuses on her and fellow activists' efforts to get justice for six girls who were taken by their principal to a hotel in Hainan and raped in 2013.

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  2. 99% Shareholder Wipeout Shows Risk in Hong Kong Rights OfferingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 6 | Bloomberg

    After saddling investors with a 99.99 percent loss over the past five years, the Hong Kong-listed property firm is asking shareholders to plow fresh capital into the business for the eighth time in five years. Eminence plans to raise at least HK$478.2 million in a rights offering next month, twice as much as its current market value.

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  3. Sanofi, JHL Biotech in Strategic Biologics AllianceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | Contract Pharma Breaking News

    Sanofi and JHL Biotech, Inc. , a biopharma company with development and manufacturing facilities in Wuhan and Taiwan, have entered a strategic alliance to develop and commercialize biologics in China, with potential international expansion. Sanofi will invest $80 million in newly issued JHL shares and will make an upfront payment of $21 million to acquire exclusive rights for the proposed biosimilar of Rituximab and options to certain JHL pipeline products.

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  4. Death casts spotlight on financial sector strainRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 3 | South China Morning Post

    A senior official from one of China's top financial watchdogs died after apparently tripping and falling at his office in Beijing, renewing concerns about overworked financial regulators. Lu Sen, 43, deputy chief of on-site inspections for the Examination Bureau at the China Banking Regulatory Commission, died from bleeding in the skull after he fell down on November 27, according to news portal Thepaper.cn.

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  5. The 2016 Second Optical Valley Cross-border E-commerce Forum held in WuhanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The whole world is witnessing the unprecedented opportunity of cross-border e-commerce. How to develop cross-border e-commerce in the new era, situation and market? How to seize the opportunity of the era? How to gain the initiative? , the Second Optics Valley Global Cross-border E-commerce Forum was held at Hilton Wuhan, Huashan, Optics Valley, , directed by the East Lake High-tech Development Zone Administrative Committee and the Wuhan Municipal Bureau of Commerce, and organized by Winliner Global Information Technology Co., Ltd. and Transn iLangNet Network Technology Co., Ltd. .

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  6. Bus accident kills 18 in China: CCTVRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Channelnewsasia.com

    The minibus was travelling from Ezhou to Wuhan in the central province of Hubei with around 20 people on board, according to state broadcaster CCTV. BEIJING: A minibus crash in China killed at least 18 people on Friday when the vehicle plunged into a lake, state media reported.

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  7. TAL Education Group (XRS) Upgraded at Zacks Investment ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Daily Political

    The firm currently has a $85.00 price target on the stock. Zacks Investment Research's price objective suggests a potential upside of 11.45% from the company's current price.

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  8. Taiwan protests after Malaysia deports telecom fraud suspects to mainland ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | NEWS.com.au

    Taiwan has expressed its "stern opposition" to Malaysia's deportation of 21 Taiwanese suspected of multi-million dollar telecoms fraud to mainland China, the latest example of a problem that has strained cross-Strait ties. The mainland's official Xinhua news agency said the 21 Taiwanese were among 74 fraud suspects who were escorted from Malaysia by mainland police and arrived in Wuhan in central China late on Tuesday.

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  9. Taiwan protests against Malaysia's deportation of fraud suspects to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Reuters

    Taiwan has expressed its "stern opposition" to Malaysia's deportation of 21 Taiwanese suspected of multi-million dollar telecoms fraud to China, the latest example of a problem that has strained cross-Strait ties. China's official Xinhua news agency said the 21 Taiwanese were among 74 fraud suspects who were escorted from Malaysia by Chinese police and arrived in Wuhan in central China late on Tuesday.

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  10. Chinese investors raising $50m for Israeli technologyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | The Times of Israel

    CreditEase China, one of the world's largest microcredit and wealth management firms, is raising a $50 million fund to invest in Israeli business and technology. The group has made Israel a priority in its investment strategy.

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  11. How to Invest in Chinese Tech FundsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 23 | US News & World Report

    As a country, much of China's rise to power comes from its large reliance on manufacturing that dominates so many industries worldwide. In less than 30 years, China has shifted its trajectory from one of the poorest nations to one where human capital accounts for 11 to 15 percent of China's GDP growth, according to the Harvard Business Review.

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  12. Wuhan uses key targeted projects to attract expertiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | The China Post

    Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei province, is using targeted projects to attracting overseas expertise, both Chinese and foreigners, according to a top official of the city. "We used to have a lot of talent recruitment programs overseas.

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  13. Swansea's links with China 'strengthened for a post-Brexit... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | This is South Wales

    SWANSEA'S economic and cultural ties with China have been strengthened according to city leaders - and now they've set their sights on building links elsewhere in the world. A delegation from the city recently returned from a trip to Nantong and Wuhan in China in a bid to exploit investment opportunities and and create new jobs.

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  14. China firms headhunting talent from Taiwan fabless and DRAM companiesRead the original story

    Monday Nov 21 | DigiTimes

    China's emerging memory companies have been aggressively headhunting talent from Taiwan-based fabless and DRAM firms, according to industry sources. Yangtze River Storage Technology , and other emerging China-based memory fabless firms and foundries intend to attract talent from Taiwan's IC design and DRAM industry sectors with attractive salaries, said the sources.

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  15. U.S. not to impose punitive duties on iron mechanical components from China, CanadaRead the original story

    Friday Nov 18 | Xinhuanet

    The United States will not impose punitive duties on iron mechanical transfer drive components from China and Canada, the U.S. trade authority said on Friday. The U.S. International Trade Commission said in a statement that the U.S. industry is "neither materially injured nor threatened with material injury by reason of imports of iron mechanical transfer drive components from Canada and China."

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  16. Wanda's Theme-Park GambleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | Bloomberg

    Earlier this year, Wang Jianlin threatened to see off Walt Disney Co.' s theme park in Shanghai with his own slew of attractions.

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  17. BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | The Nation

    Singaporean real-estate firm CapitaLand will open eight shopping malls next year in three Asian countries. With a combined retail gross floor area of close to a million square metres, it will be CapitaLand's largest ever retail-space offering in a single year, the company said yesterday.

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  18. China's Wanda Pledges $30B for Theme Parks and Related DevelopmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 16 | Hollywood Reporter

    The Chinese conglomerate, headed by the country's richest man, plans to build 15 major resorts to take on Shanghai Disneyland, Universal Studios Beijing and other competition. On Thursday, the Chinese conglomerate unveiled its second $15 billion development project in one week, pledging to build a major theme park in China's historic Xi'an Province for 50 billion yuan .

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  19. Fitch Assigns Wuhan Metro's USD Notes a Final 'A' RatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Reuters

    HONG KONG/SHANGHAI, November 16 Fitch Ratings has assigned Wuhan Metro Group Co., Ltd's USD290m 2.375% senior unsecured notes due 2019 a final rating of 'A'. The notes constitute WMG's direct, general, unsubordinated, unsecured and unconditional obligations and will rank pari passu with all its other present and future unsubordinated and unsecured obligations.

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  20. Three major China firms gearing up to enter DRAM marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 14 | DigiTimes

    Yangtze River Storage Technology , Fujian Jin Hua Integrated Circuit, and a joint venture set up by GigaDevice Semiconductor and the Hefei city government of China's Anhui province, are all gearing up to compete in the DRAM field and targeting to become China's largest DRAM producer, according to industry observers. YRST is being supported by China's state-backed tech conglomerate Tsinghua Unigroup.

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