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A prominent Chinese labor activist has been missing for more than 24 hours and his wife suspects he was detained by state security agents after trying to help workers involved in China's biggest strike in years organize their case.
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The Australian dollar has plunged by more than three-quarters of a cent, slipping below US93 as softer-than-expected inflation figures and as Chinese manufacturing activity slowed for the fourth-straight month.
A trip to the southwest of Guangzhou, to the town of Kaiping, offers a parallel reality that thrusts the traveler into a magical realm.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas told a group of Israeli journalists on Tuesday that if peace talks do not continue, Israel will have to take on the burden of governing Palestinian lands.
Shandong Airlines, one of China's smaller carriers, said it has agreed to buy 50 passenger planes from US manufacturer Boeing for $4.6 billion, in another sign of the country's growing demand for air travel.
The on-off work stoppage at Yue Yuen Industrial Ltd.'s massive factory complex in southern China, which employs more than 40,000 workers, has stretched into the second week as both sides have failed to reach an agreement.
Naval officials from the U.S. and nearly two dozen Asia-Pacific nations adopted an agreement Tuesday aimed at heading off accidents and miscommunication at sea to reduce the possibility of conflict amid rising frictions between an increasingly assertive China and its neighbors.
Mei Hung chairs the Chinese Benevolent Association. Her group wants the Harbin Gate moved to Jasper Avenue and 97th Street.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, flanked here by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, left, and Chinese President Hu Jintao, right, emphasized trade with China during his 2012 visit.
A former senior executive at a big Chinese defense industry company owned by a provincial government has been expelled from the ruling Communist Party for corruption, the Party's anti-corruption watchdog said on Monday.
A quarter of the police in Shanghai began carrying guns during routine patrols for the first time this week as part of a China-wide boost in police firepower following a deadly mass knifing blamed on Xinjiang separatists.
Somewhere in the world, some guy might think being a porn censor is the best job in the world.
China has shut down more than 100 websites carrying pornography and closed thousands of accounts on social media sites in an re-newed effort to clean up the internet, state media reported.
Strolling through China's sprawling memorial to a 1937 massacre by Japanese troops, a 64-year-old retired teacher said the incident remains an open wound.
In this Feb. 11, 2014 photo, a visitor stands near sculptures at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall in Nanjing, in eastern China's Jiangsu province.
Khartoum, April 21: Unidentified men kidnapped two Chinese engineers working at an oil field belonging to Sudanese companies in the country's West Kordofan state Friday, Chinese embassy sources said here Sunday.