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  1. Denmark applies to join AIIBRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Xinhuanet

    In a press release offered by the Danish embassy in Beijing, Danish Minister of Trade and Development Mogens Jensen said it is a significant and exciting development in the world order that China is now establishing the AIIB. Since many Danish trade interests as well as development cooperation interests will be at stake in AIIB, there are many reasons to engage in and influence AIIB's investment decisions from its beginning, said Jensen.


  2. Kissinger: US Should 'Remove Urgency' on South China SeaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | News Max

    The U.S. should model its attempts to defusing China's territorial disputes in the South China Sea on the patient methods typified by former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping, said Henry Kissinger, President Richard Nixon's secretary of state. China and the U.S. should "remove the urgency of the debate" as they embark on a dialogue, Kissinger told reporters Saturday in Singapore.


  3. Beijing caught out as year's first severe dust storm goes off the scaleRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Air pollution levels in Beijing were so high they went off the Air Quality Index system scale yesterday as the capital was hit by the year's first severe dust storm. By noon nearly all Chinese government monitoring stations were recording AQI readings of 500, the nominal maximum of the scale.


  4. Singaporean Deputy PM meets with Chinese VPRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    Singaporean Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean on Saturday met with Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao, who will attend the state funeral of Singapore's former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew as a special envoy of Chinese President Xi Jinping . Li conveyed deep condolences for the passing of Lee on behalf of President Xi, the Chinese government and the Chinese people.


  5. India's air pollution stays at dangerously high levelsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    A recent study from Mumbai estimates that pollution in Delhi and other Indian cities could reduce the life expectancy of 660 million Indians by more than three years. An Indian sweeper cleans a flyover as smog covers the capital's skyline the morning after celebrations for the Diwali festival in New Delhi on Oct 24, 2014.


  6. Why some Thais are losing patience with Chinese touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    Drying underwear at a temple and defecating in public, kicking a bell at a sacred shrine and washing feet in a public restroom: that's a sample from a litany of complaints about the behaviour of Chinese tourists in Thailand. Public outrage forced the Thai government to issue thousands of Chinese-language etiquette manuals last month in an effort to ensure sightseers behave themselves.


  7. Ottawa's delay on Asian infrastructure bank shows divided approach to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Globe and Mail

    Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivers remarks as he attends the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China event launching the Canadian Renminbi Clearing Centre and Trading Hub in Toronto on Monday, March 23, 2015. Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivers remarks as he attends the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China event launching the Canadian Renminbi Clearing Centre and Trading Hub in Toronto on Monday, March 23, 2015.


  8. A carnival for foodiesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | China Daily

    On many holidays, I've found myself sitting with women who were chatting eagerly about shopping. In Yunnan province, however, the shopping can take on a nursery-rhyme quality.


  9. Iveson heads to China for two-week trade missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Edmonton Journal

    "There is a value to having the river rather than a concrete pipe. That's why more and more communities are looking at it," Mayor Don Iveson says of Mill Creek proposal.


  10. Japan Overtakes Korea in Drawing Global TouristsRead the original story

    Friday | Chosun Ilbo

    Japan overtook Korea for the first time in seven years in attracting foreign tourists thanks to the weak yen. The Chosun Ilbo and the Korea Culture and Tourism Institute analyzed Japanese immigration data from November 2014 until February this year and found that Korea lost to Japan in terms of global visitors for the first time since September 2008.


  11. Paris, the city of romance ... and smogRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New Zealand Herald

    Pollution is forcing cars off the road, raising fears over health and causing headaches for French politicians, writes Catherine Field This month Paris authorities ordered a halt to fires and forced half the cars off the road as part of emergency measures triggered by a spike in air pollution. Photo / AP By late March, the French capital shakes off its winter torpor as warmer weather awakens the flowers, and the museums, monuments and cafes gear up for their role as the backdrop of Paris, the eternal city of romance.


  12. Winton Woods band leaves for performance in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati



  13. Hyatt Hotels: Well Run, But Not The Best Opportunity In The IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Seeking Alpha

    Hyatt Hotels has resisted the urge to sacrifice sound financial principles to fund aggressive expansion in a resurgent lodgings industry. While Hyatt's efforts are commendable, and it may prove to be a good investment, there are better opportunities in the industry.


  14. Philippines Wants Tourists Spending Money at New CasinosRead the original story

    Friday | Big News

    Tourism is a multi-billion dollar industry in the Philippines. Close to five million foreign visitors traveled there last year, perhaps lured by the country's tropical beaches.


  15. Yerevan Expects Chinese Support For Iran-Armenia Rail LinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Armenian Liberty

    President Serzh Sarkisian on Friday called for an "active" Chinese involvement in the realization of his government's ambitious plans to build a railway connecting Armenia with neighboring Iran. Speaking on the third day of his state visit to Beijing, Sarkisian said the 470-kilometer railway could be part of a transnational "Silk Road economic zone" which China would like to set up along a vast geographic area.


  16. O'Sullivan pulls out of China OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BBC News

    The 39-year-old qualified last month but will not travel to Beijing for the tournament, which starts on Monday. Meanwhile, England's Joe Perry will play Stuart Bingham in the last four of the Players Championship in Thailand with Judd Trump facing Mark Williams, of Wales, in the other semi-final.


  17. China, Greece agree to promote ties, deepen co-opRead the original story

    Friday | Xinhuanet

    Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai and visiting Greek Deputy Prime Minister Yiannis Dragasakis agreed to deepen bilateral cooperation in various fields in Beijing on Friday. Ma told Dragasakis that China is ready to expand bilateral exchanges and cooperation in line with the principle of mutual respect, trust and benefit.


  18. Chinese premier congratulates on launch of China-CEE tourism promotion yearRead the original story

    Friday | Xinhuanet

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Thursday extended congratulations to the ceremony marking the start of a year-long event to promote tourism cooperation between China and Central and Eastern European countries. In the congratulatory message to the ceremony held in the Hungarian capital city of Budapest, Li said that the year-long tourism cooperation promotion event falls under one of the agreements reached at a leaders' meeting between China and the CEE countries in Belgrade in December last year, and is an important part of the Belgrade Guidelines for Cooperation between China and CEE countries.


  19. China, Indonesia eye further infrastructure construction cooperationRead the original story

    Friday | Xinhuanet

    China and Indonesia pledged more infrastructure construction and investment cooperation during a meeting between Premier Li Keqiang and President Joko Widodo Friday. The Chinese government will encourage more reputable companies to invest in Indonesia and participate in the construction of high-speed railway, metro rail and port industrial parks, Li said.


  20. Sky Net: China's overseas anti-corruption campaign 2.0Read the original story

    Friday | Xinhuanet

    According to a Chinese saying, the guilty can never escape the net of heaven's justice. The proverb is behind the name of China's latest anti-corruption campaign, "Sky Net," launched this week.