North Korean missile launchers came from China
Japan has evidence that a Chinese company exported to North Korea vehicles capable of transporting and launching missiles, in possible violation of U.N. sanctions, Japanese media reported Wednesday. China called the reports inaccurate, and denied violating any U.N. restriction. The U.S., which has previously said it took China at its word that it was complying … Continue reading »
More people see China as the world’s top economy
Never mind that the U.S. economy is about twice the size of China’s. More people than ever perceive the Asian giant as the world’s dominant economic power, according to a Pew Research Centre global survey. The results are believed to reflect popular opinion that the U.S. and Chinese economies are heading in opposite directions. “The … Continue reading »
Wealthy Philippine Chinese community makes Aquino speak about peace
Radio Television Hong Kong reports, Philippine President Benigno Aquino III says that both the Philippines and China are striving to resolve the South China Sea disputes peacefully through diplomacy. Aquino was speaking when he attended Sino-Philippine friendship activities, sponsored by Philippine Chinese organisations. He said in a speech at the activities that the relations between … Continue reading »
China’s military subsidised by civilian sector
In my post “China’s target, dive down to 11,000 meters”, a description is given on manned deep diving tests by a research institute of the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation. The tests are obviously mainly for military purpose now due to its importance for deep-sea military operation while there are so far no civil needs for … Continue reading »
Whenever I see a photo of a missle truck on parade, I can’t help but think of Soviet displays on Red Square back in the Cold War era.
Why so many posts on China?
They are links to a news site that deals with China