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July 19 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China: Sansha capital Yongxing Island under strict military control Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ July 19, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Hong Kong Ming Pao’s reporter has recently been on Yongxing Island and found that the island is under strict military control due to the rising tensions in the South China Sea. The reporter says the scenery … Continue reading

July 17 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Large military hospital built for South China Sea actions Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ July 17, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment A large military hospital, newly built on Hainan Island, indicates that China’s hard-line attitude in the South China Sea is not merely bluffing. Hong Kong’s Ming Pao says that the Chinese military’s PLA Daily quoted Major … Continue reading

July 16 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China’s Catastrophic Deleveraging Has Begun Posted by jackbassteam ⋅ July 16, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment 1. The frustrated and aggressive central bank If one wants to know how bad the health of China’s economy has gone, look no further than the PBOC‘s composure, which seems rather frustrated and aggressive as of late. On 5th July, … Continue reading

July 15 2012 China Daily mail Headlines (July 13-15)


Post-90s generation dare to rise up; China’s future hopeful Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ July 15, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Thousands of students, supported by their parents and teachers and mobilising through online social media, played a central role in the recent protests against plans for a heavy-metal plant in Shifang , Sichuan province. Now some … Continue reading

July 12 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Hong Kong: Paradise Lost Posted by Chloe ⋅ July 12, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment I visited Hong Kong in 2011.  After forty minutes of entry formalities at customs, I stepped into Hong Kong, a land of ridiculous housing price, luxury hotels and restaurants, fast walking people, and a touch of freedom that as a Chinese, … Continue reading

July 11 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China gives family in forced abortion case US$11,000 Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ July 11, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment The family of a Shaanxi woman forced to undergo an abortion because she ran afoul of the mainland’s one-child policy has accepted a cash settlement from the government. Feng Jianmei’s husband, Deng Jiyuan, said on … Continue reading

July 10 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines (July 5-10)


China number two on Fortune 500 list Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ July 10, 2012 ⋅ 2 Comments Two years after eclipsing Japan as the world’s second-largest economy, China on Monday stole the number-two spot on the Fortune 500 list of the biggest global companies from its Asian rival. In its annual revenue rankings, Fortune … Continue reading

July 4 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China Needs to Ease One-Child Policy, State Researchers Say Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ July 4, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Chinese government researchers called on the nation to ease its one-child policy as soon as possible to cope with an aging population and labour shortage. One option is allowing all people to have a … Continue reading

July 3 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China, Vietnam: Hardened lines in the South China Sea Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ July 3, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Tit-for-tat moves by China and Vietnam represent the latest indication that tensions could break into conflict over contested and potentially resource rich maritime areas in the South China Sea. Hanoi’s National Assembly late last … Continue reading

July 2 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Apple pays $60M to settle iPad case; Foxconn plans Brazil iPad factories Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ July 2, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Apple has paid $60 million to settle a dispute in China over ownership of the iPad name, a court announced Monday, removing a potential obstacle to sales of the popular tablet … Continue reading

June 30 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Mongolia’s Coal Riches Causing Diplomatic Nightmare with Russia, China Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 30, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Mongolia boasts huge deposits of coal, copper, gold, uranium and many other rare minerals, and is opening up its vast resources to the world; this has however led to many diplomatic problems for the … Continue reading

June 29 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Qiao Shi’s book rouses demand for judicial independence in China Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 29, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment I hailed recent publication of Qiao Shi’s book “Qiao Shi on Democracy and Legal System” in my post “Chinese rule of law and democracy advocator Qiao Shi returns”. Qiao Shi, though retired, has been striving … Continue reading

June 28 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Vietnam says China offshore oil auction ‘illegal’ Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 28, 2012 ⋅ 1 Comment Vietnam has denounced China‘s opening of offshore oil blocks to foreign companies in contested areas of the South China Sea as “illegal”, as territorial tensions grow between the communist neighbours. On Saturday, the China National Offshore Oil … Continue reading

June 27 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Flaws in China’s economy mean tough times ahead Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 27, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Shujie Yao says serious structural flaws in the Chinese economy mean the days of near-double-digit growth are over. The nation must now prepare for three years of hardship, which will be felt by the rest … Continue reading

June 26 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Rule of law in China a long way away Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 26, 2012 ⋅ 2 Comments In China, two well-known sayings make despotic officials very happy. One is “the heaven is high and the emperor, far away”; therefore even if the central government is good and has formulated good laws, regulations, rules, codes, … Continue reading

June 25 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Fatality after Philippine boat rammed by Chinese vessel near shoal Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 25, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment The Philippines said yesterday a Chinese vessel accidentally rammed a fishing boat north of a disputed South China Sea shoal, killing one and leaving four others missing. The fishing boat set out from … Continue reading

June 24 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China and Hong Kong: one country, two systems. Posted by mauricioq19 ⋅ June 24, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment After being a British Colony for more than 150 years, Hong Kong was handed over to China by the United Kingdom in 1997, becoming one of the two Special Administrative Regions of the People’s Republic of China … Continue reading

June 23 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Officials responsible for persecuting blind activist transferred Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 23, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Ming Pao says today, Shandong Province announced yesterday that Wu Pengfei was removed from his post as chief of Shandong Department of Public Security. The removal was suspected to be related to the Chen Guangcheng saga. However, there … Continue reading

June 21 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China declares Vietnam’s claim over islands “illegal and invalid” Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 21, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China said it summoned Vietnam‘s ambassador Thursday and strongly protested a law adopted by the Vietnamese parliament that places the disputed Spratly and Paracel islands under Hanoi‘s sovereignty. China and Vietnam, as well as … Continue reading

June 20 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Ai Weiwei barred from Chinese court in tax case Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 20, 2012 ⋅ 2 Comments The Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was denied his day in court on Wednesday after dozens of police officers barricaded first his home in Beijing and then the court house itself. Mr Ai, 54, claims that … Continue reading

June 19 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Cambodia arrests Frenchman linked to China’s Bo Xilai scandal Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 19, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment A French architect with ties to disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai has been arrested in Cambodia, the French embassy said Tuesday, in a new twist to China’s biggest political scandal in decades. Cambodian police … Continue reading

June 17 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s swansong on democracy Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 17, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment For years, Premier Wen has talked about political reform and democracy, but seems to have little effect. However, he quoted the poem of Lin Zexu, a well-known patriot and talented official of the Qing Dynasty, to express his … Continue reading

June 14 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


North Korean missile launchers came from China Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 14, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment 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 … Continue reading

June 13 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Forced abortion in China on woman seven months pregnant Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 13, 2012 ⋅ 4 Comments Graphic images posted online showing the bloody corpse of a baby whose mother was allegedly forced to terminate her pregnancy at seven months have caused an uproar in China. Rights groups say authorities in north … Continue reading

June 12 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China could impound European planes Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 12, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China will take swift counter-measures that could include impounding European aircraft if the European Union punishes Chinese airlines for non-compliance with a scheme to curb carbon emissions, the China Air Transport Association (CATA) said on Tuesday. Chinese airlines, … Continue reading

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