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Black Friday underway across America
A customer carries a $99 television from the checkout at a Kohl's department store in Sherwood, Ark., Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Early-bird shoppers headed to stores on Thanksgiving in what's becoming a new holiday tradition. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)NEW YORK (AP) — Black Friday was already well underway before many awoke this morning.

Hong Kong protest movement's unlikely teen leader
Prominent Hong Kong student protest leader Joshua Wong talks to reporters outside a court in Hong Kong Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Wong and other democracy protesters were arrested during a police operation to remove barricades from a protest camp in the unruly Mong Kok district. Wong was given bail and his case adjourned until January 14. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)HONG KONG (AP) — At age 14, he stepped into the spotlight to take on — and ultimately help defeat — Hong Kong authorities' plans to launch a "national education" curriculum, calling it a ploy to brainwash the city's youth with unquestioned support for the Chinese Communist Party.
China drafts policy on emergency Ebola diagnosis, approves products
Medical staff members take part in a Ebola virus preventive drill at Ditan Hospital in BeijingSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has drafted a policy on the emergency use of diagnostic products for the Ebola virus disease and clinical trials, the country's drug regulator said on Friday, as the number of people affected globally by the epidemic nears 16,000. In a brief statement, the China Food an...
WHO advises male Ebola survivors to abstain from sex
Medical staff members take part in a Ebola virus preventive drill at Ditan Hospital in BeijingLONDON (Reuters) - Men who recover from Ebola should abstain from sex for three months to minimise the risk of passing the virus on in their semen, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday. Ebola, a disease that has infected and killing thousands in a vast epidemic in West Africa, norma...
China media: Pollution woes
Spotlight on the government's decision to bring the "toughest environment protection law" from next year to curb pollution.
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'Pak-China economic corridor to open new trade opportunities' - Daily Times

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'Pak-China economic corridor to open new trade opportunities'
Daily Times
HYDERABAD - Peoples Republic of China Deputy Consul General Mu Young Pung has said that Pakistan-China Economic Corridor will open new vistas of trade relations between the two countries and will further strengthen relations between the people of ...

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Bumpy ride ahead for China’s top corporates
China's top companies face two key problems: weaker cash flow and a high debt load, according to S&P's Christopher Lee.



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TCL Links Hardware With Software For Chinese Smart Home Investment
TCL Group plans to team with its two subsidiaries TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings Limited and TCL Communication Technology Holdings Limited to invest CNY90 million to create a joint venture in Hong Kong through which the group will build a foreign-invested company in China for the operation of smart home projects. TCL Group and TCL Multimedia […]

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Air pollution policy making and social media in Beijing, 2011-2013
This article is by Johan van de Ven, whose undergraduate dissertation at Oxford University examined the effects of factors such as environmental movements, diplomacy and social media on air pollution policy-making in China. In a study conducted from June to December 2013, I quantitatively and qualitatively examined a variety of social media and mainstream media articles related to air pollution  and compared the results with government statements and policy making events, with the aim of answering the question: Was social media primarily responsible for government action on air pollution in China?
The results of a Baidu.com image search for 雾霾 (wumai), the Chinese characters for smog.  The results of a Baidu.com image search for 雾霾 (wumai), the Chinese characters for smog. PM2.5
Surrounded on three sides by mountains and in close proximity to a large number of coal-fired power plants, Beijing has been afflicted by serious air pollution for many years. This pollution is exacerbated by the rapidly increasing number of cars in the Chinese capital, but only since 2011 has t...

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New CNY 30,000 Maximum Fine in Proposed Anti-Spam Regulations “No Threat” to Spammers
Letters At a Glance: Even with steeper fines, new proposed anti-spam rules for China are unlikely to be a deterrent; lack of streamlined, efficient governing body only aggravates the situation. Even the nation’s official news agency, Xinhua, is a little worried about the maximum fine being proposed in the Telecommunications Short Message Service Management Regulations, which is currently gathering comments and views from citizens. To many, CNY 30,000 (equivalent to around GBP 3,000), in spite of being the equivalent of half a year’s pay in some of the larger cities (reduced in that same period to nothingness if a scary mortgage and utilities are accounted for), is in essence close to nothing for the hors-la-loi, who will easily make much higher profits even if fined. In shocking figures, spam goes in China to the low figure of a mere CNY 0.04 per message, which means that 10 spam messages will cost the equivalent of a mere 4p (in pounds sterling). Criminals move quicker, too: one million...

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DPR Kokea draws with China 0-0 at EAFF
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