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June 11 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Firepower bristles in South China Sea as rivalries harden Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 11, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment In the early years of China’s rise to economic and military prowess, the guiding principle for its government was Deng Xiaoping‘s maxim: “Hide Your Strength, Bide Your Time.” Now, more than three decades after … Continue reading

June 10 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Hasty cremation of activist’s body by Chinese authorities ‘without consent’ Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 10, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Hong Hong’s Ming Pao reports that in the incident of the bizarre death of democracy activist Li Wangyang in Shaoyang, Hunan Province, the authorities conducted an autopsy in haste without his relatives’ consent, and cremated … Continue reading

June 9 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China plays down US support to Manila in South China Sea dispute Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 9, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China’s official news agency, Xinhua, says that US President Barack Obama met Filipino President Benigno Aquino at the White House, and the two countries reiterated their commitment to strengthen their bilateral relations. The … Continue reading

June 8 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China invites Afghanistan to join Shanghai bloc as observer Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 8, 2012 ⋅ 1 Comment The Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO) – a bloc comprising China, Russia and four Central Asia countries – accepted Afghanistan as an observer yesterday as it ended two days of talks in Beijing. Member states also … Continue reading

June 7 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Bizarre “suicide” in Hunan of June 4 leader is suspected murder Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 7, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Singtao Daily gives a comprehensive report today that Li Wangyang, a June 4 democracy movement leader who was imprisoned for 21 years, was found dead in a bizarre manner in a hospital in Hunan. … Continue reading

June 6 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Chinese scientist convicted of stealing Merck drug formula Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 6, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment A Chinese scientist employed by one of the country’s primary pharmaceutical research firms was found guilty of stealing and selling patented medical compounds owned by Merck & Co., according to a court document. The Shanghai … Continue reading

June 5 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


180,000 mourners in Hong Kong for June 4 remembrance, a new record Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ June 5, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Hong Kong media Ming Pao and SCMP report that 180,000 people attended the candle light vigil in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park, to commemorate those killed in the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre. However police put … Continue reading

June 4 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Greentown China facing bankruptcy in property slump Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 4, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Property, traditionally a major source of wealth in China, now seems like a lose-lose prospect for investors. Restrictions on mortgages and purchases for those who already own a home are weighing heavily on the industry, with … Continue reading

June 3 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Asia to be base for 60 pc of U.S. fleet; China welcomes move Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 3, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Most of America’s warships will be stationed in the Asia-Pacific region by 2020, US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said yesterday. He revealed about 60 per cent of the US naval … Continue reading

June 2 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Google takes on China’s censors Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 2, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Google has fired a new salvo in a censorship battle with Beijing by adding a feature that warns mainland users when they use search keywords that might produce blocked results and suggests they try other terms. Google’s announcement … Continue reading

June 1 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China factory surveys signal wider economic weakness Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ June 1, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China‘s economy betrayed signs of a broadening slowdown as surveys of its vast factory sector showed momentum eased in May, signalling a deeper-than-forecast deterioration in demand at home and abroad and the likelihood of more … Continue reading

May 31 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Iran cancels $2 billion dam deal with China Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 31, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Iran has cancelled a $2 billion contract for a Chinese firm to help build a hydroelectric dam in the country, Chinese state media said on Thursday, a move that risks upsetting Beijing, one of Tehran’s … Continue reading

May 30 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Apple CEO wants to make less products in China Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 30, 2012 ⋅ 4 Comments Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook said he would like to see more of the company’s products assembled at home than in China and contain more U.S. components such as semiconductors. Apple has been criticised … Continue reading

May 29 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China kidnapped by stubborn force in Party: Chen Guangcheng Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ May 29, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Ming Pao special report: On May 25, blind rights activist Chen Guangcheng said in an interview with Radio Free Asia in New York, “Our country is now kidnapped by stubborn force in the Communist Party and … Continue reading

May 28 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China’s energy investment only for the brave Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 28, 2012 ⋅ 1 Comment Private investors with the money and technology to unlock China’s vast pools of shale and coal seam gas will need strong stomachs to brave the unpredictable, unsupported and unregulated sector. China, the world’s largest energy user, signalled … Continue reading

May 27 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Manila appoints envoy to Beijing Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ May 27, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment SCMP’s Raissa Robles reports that veteran diplomat Sonia Brady, familiar with Sino-Philippine relations, has been appointed the new Philippine ambassador to China. The appointment is waiting for parliamentary approval. It shows the Philippine president’s efforts to ease the tension in … Continue reading

May 26 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Chinese WTO suit strikes back at U.S. duties Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 26, 2012 ⋅ 1 Comment China launched a complaint at the World Trade Organisation on Friday against U.S. import duties on 22 Chinese products that the United States says are unfairly priced or subsidised, including solar panels and steel products. “China … Continue reading

May 25 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Visa row over teachers at US Confucius Institutes Posted by chankaiyee2 ⋅ May 25, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment SCMP reporter Shi Jiangtao reports in Beijing, “Beijing is caught up in a diplomatic row with Washington over alleged visa violations at Chinese government-sponsored Confucius Institutes in the United States.” According to Shi, a US State Department … Continue reading

May 24 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China in hardest private-sector push in decade Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 24, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China signalled on Wednesday it wanted to boost private investment in its energy sector as Beijing makes its most determined push since joining the World Trade Organisation to reduce the role of the state sector in … Continue reading

May 23 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China’s Sino-Forest Feels Heat in Canada Posted by Craig Hill ⋅ May 23, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment Canada‘s largest securities regulator alleged Tuesday that Sino-Forest Corp. and certain former executives inflated timber purchases and sales, capping an 11-month investigation into the troubled forest-products company. The Ontario Securities Commission signalled last month it would file fraud … Continue reading

May 22 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China targets infrastructure to lift economy Posted by Craig Hill ⋅ May 22, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China will fast track approvals for infrastructure investment to combat a slowdown in the economy, a state-backed newspaper reported on Tuesday, showing how Premier Wen Jiabao‘s call for policies to support growth is being put into action. The … Continue reading

May 21 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


China’s Dalian Wanda to buy AMC Entertainment for $2.6 billion Posted by China Daily Mail ⋅ May 21, 2012 ⋅ Leave a Comment China’s Dalian Wanda Group agreed to acquire AMC Entertainment for $2.6 billion, becoming the biggest theatre operator in the U.S. by revenue. Ties between the U.S. and Chinese movie industries have warmed after … Continue reading

Chen speaks positive of China, Chai Ling fears he is under control


Originally posted on China News:
Chai Ling Ming Pao reports: Former student movement leader Chai Ling says that blind Chinese rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng spoke positively of the Chinese government when he arrived in the United States, giving her the impression that Chen is under control when he speaks. Chen and his family have arrived…


Originally posted on China News:
Most industries are far more fragmented in China than in developed countries. Each city or province may feature a full portfolio of breweries, pharmaceutical makers and real estate developers – a vestige of central planning and China’s lack of nationwide sales and distribution networks. Since reforms began in 1978, however,…


Originally posted on China News:
Chinese antitrust and competition regulators have cleared Google’s move to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, completing the worldwide regulatory review process. A Google representative confirmed that the Chinese government had given the merger the green light. The deal is set to close early in this coming week. The deal…

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Cadence Column: Asia, August 2, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, August 2, 2021

British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is trudging through China’s backyard. Chinese government news “Global Times” describes Britain as trying to relive its old days. China was never happy about getting its ass whipped twice in the Opium Wars, which China provoked with its economic philosophy that “sliver-in, tealeaves-out” was sustainable trade. China, now with […]

Attacks on foreign journalists in China cast shadow over Beijing’s upcoming Olympics

Attacks on foreign journalists in China cast shadow over Beijing’s upcoming Olympics

After promises during the 2008 Olympics, “[f]ew could have imagined the CCP stooping to the level of running campaigns against individual news reporters and outlets, resulting in harassment and death threats against foreign reporters,” writes William Nee. On July 20, in the central plains of Henan province, one of China’s most important regional cities, Zhengzhou, […]

Tibet and China clash over next reincarnation of the Dalai Lama

Tibet and China clash over next reincarnation of the Dalai Lama

A couple of years ago, during a meeting of Tibetan leaders in Dharamshala in India, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, was asked about his reincarnation. Addressing the room of monks, religious teachers and Tibetan politicians, the Dalai Lama asked them to look into his eyes. “Do you think it’s time now?” he asked. It […]

China orders one member of each Tibetan family to enlist in the military to fight against India

China orders one member of each Tibetan family to enlist in the military to fight against India

China has been hatching several conspiracies since its defeat on the eastern Ladakh border against India last year. Considering the fact that Tibetan youth can play a vital role in fighting India in the Himalayan mountains on the borders of eastern Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh, China has made it mandatory for one member of every […]

China warns UK as carrier strike group approaches South China Sea

China warns UK as carrier strike group approaches South China Sea

China has warned the UK’s Carrier Strike Group, led by the aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth not to carry out any “improper acts” as it enters the contested South China Sea. ‘The People’s Liberation Army Navy is at a high state of combat readiness’ says the pro-government Global Times, seen as a mouthpiece for the […]

China Has Reportedly Launched a Little Baby Version of the US X-37B Spaceplane

China Has Reportedly Launched a Little Baby Version of the US X-37B Spaceplane

A Chinese aerospace manufacturer hailed a successful test flight of a new spaceplane that will broaden China’s reusable spaceflight capabilities. The unnamed craft reportedly takes off like a rocket and lands like an airplane, much like the U.S. Air Force’s X-37B (pictured above), but can’t go all the way into orbit like the American spaceplane […]

China Discovers the Limits of Its Power

China Discovers the Limits of Its Power

Beijing’s confrontation with Australia should have been an unequal contest. That’s not how it worked out in practice. “Chewing gum stuck on the sole of China’s shoes.” That’s how Hu Xijin, the editor of the Chinese Communist Party–run Global Times, described Australia last year. The disparaging description is typical of the disdain that China’s diplomats […]

China looking at expropriating foreign-held tech shares

Those foreigners who hold shares in Chinese tech companies are being warned that all is not well. It is China expert Gordon Chang who explained at Gatestone Institute, where he is a distinguished senior fellow and a member of the advisory board, that the nation controlled by a repressive Communist regime is “on the road […]

Cadence Column: Asia, July 26, 2021

Cadence Column: Asia, July 26, 2021

While a typhoon largely evaded Taiwan over the weekend, tragedy struck the mainland. Shanghai faced flooding and death while India suffered a landslide in the Himalayas. In a shocking video, one boulder took out a bridge. Several people died. But, speaking of Taiwan’s tendency to fall out of manure smelling like roses, there’s nothing like […]

On This Day In Australia: In 1950, Australia announced they would send troops to the Korean War

On This Day In Australia: In 1950, Australia announced they would send troops to the Korean War

Originally posted on Craig Hill:
Third Royal Australian Regiment Only five years after the end of the Second World War, Australia became involved in the Korean War. Personnel from the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), and the Australian Regular Army (ARA) were committed soon after the war began and would serve…