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Chinese relatives pray over lost Malaysian plane
One of relatives of Chinese passengers onboard the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 grieves at a hotel conference room in Beijing, China, Friday, April 18, 2014. A robotic submarine headed back down into the depths of the Indian Ocean on Friday to scour the seafloor for any trace of the missing Malaysian jet one month after the search began off Australia's west coast, as data from the sub's previous missions turned up no evidence of the plane.(AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)PERTH, Australia (AP) — A robotic submarine has finished its sixth trip to the bottom of the Indian Ocean in the hunt for wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, six weeks after the aircraft mysteriously disappeared, the search coordination center said Saturday.
Questions on bubble as tech momentum fades
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Chinese Official Urges Russia and Central Asian Allies to Control Internet
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Happy Chinese New Year — Let’s Horse Around
Another Chinese New Year is upon us, my tenth time celebrating the Spring Festival, and before I huddle down and brace for the bombastic bombtastic barrage, I figured I'd share a few links from around the web to help you navigate and enjoy the galloping in of the Year of the Horse. The post Happy Chinese New Year — Let’s Horse Around appeared first on Los...

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China resources chairman sacked amid corruption investigation - The Voice of Russia

China resources chairman sacked amid corruption investigation
The Voice of Russia
A Chinese executive under investigation for suspected corruption has been sacked as chairman of powerful state-owned conglomerate China Resources Holdings Co. Ltd., the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. Citing an official with the ...

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Questioning Tata, reflecting China
An interview with Indian industrialist Ratan Tata said more about his Chinese questioners than Indian business.

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Chinese Mobile Gaming Service Provider Chukong Files for US IPO to Raise USD150 million
chukonglogoChukong Holdings Limited, a Chinese mobile game and service provider, has filed for $150 million US IPO. The company, according to SEC filing, positions itself as a mobile content platform and development service provider, but it’s more known as a mobile game developer and, more recently, mobile game development service provider. In 2013, 98.5% of its total revenues were from mobile gaming and the rest, 1.5%, was from advertising — it runs a mobile advertising platform PunchBox. The company got traction in China through one in-house developed mobile game, Fishing Joy. Back in 2011 about 90% of its total revenues was from this game. In 2013, Fishing Joy’s share in total revenues was diluted to 53.8% as the company began operating licensed mobile games from 2012. The SEC filing shows the company was operating 82 licensed mobile games as of the fourth quarter of 2013. Chukong made a net loss of USD8.2 million in 2013. It’s largely due to the investments in iOS/Android gaming engines su...

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On December 5, the People’s Daily published a report about a police investigation into companies that offer services to delete news items and social media postings from the Internet. The article does not, of course, mention that the biggest deleter of information from the Internet is the government itself and that because of censorship and self-censorship, deleting news articles and social media posts is entirely natural behavior for editors and other staff of Chinese Internet companies. Nonetheless, it’s worth a read to get a sense of how filthy the Internet PR business is in China. And to permit ourselves some self-promotion, paid deletion and spam are key reasons that why Danwei’s social media tracking and media monitoring services do not rely only on automated, technical solutions and always have experienced human editors checking all of our findings. The original Chinese report is here, below is a translation. China’s biggest case of illegal operations by Internet PR compan...

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Rio Mayor says no sports 'mausoleum' like Beijing
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