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U.S. Secretary of State Kerry reaches to shake hands with China's Foreign Minister Wang in WashingtonBy Lesley Wroughton and Arshad Mohammed WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi responded on Wednesday to comments by the United States and others on pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, saying foreign countries should not meddle in China's domestic affairs. Wang, the most senior ...
US, China air differences over Hong Kong protests
Local residents join a a pro-democracy sit in at a main intersection in the Mongkok district in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014. Student leaders of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong warned Wednesday that if the territory's leader doesn't resign by the end of Thursday they will step up their actions, including occupying several important government buildings. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)WASHINGTON (AP) — Top U.S. and Chinese officials publicly aired differences Wednesday over the protests in Hong Kong, where students want democratic changes to the electoral system.
Mainlanders in Hong Kong See Standoff as Inconvenience and Inspiration
Visitors have looked on the pro-democracy protests with mixed feelings, but Hong Kong demonstrators say catching their attention is partly the point.






A Leader Squeezed by the Streets, and by Beijing
Leung Chun-ying is the man on whom China is relying to quell the pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. He has also become a main target of the protest.






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China's achievements in 65 years impress, benefit world - ecns

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Over the past 65 years, China has established diplomatic ties with more than 170 countries, resumed its seat as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, and played an important role in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC), the ...

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Shanghai La Chapelle stitches together IPO
One of China's largest mass-market brands fails to achieve the same level of mass-market appeal for its IPO.



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A New Age for Chinese Internet Cafes
  When personal computers were not widely available with Chinese households that many had to visit Internet cafes, the Chinese cafe operators and third-party service providers created some special revenue steams. Apart from charging a time-based fee for using a computer, the Chinese Internet cafes also made money through advertising or commissions from Internet companies such as search service Baidu, or gaming companies like Shanda. Shanda came up with the idea of selling points used for in-game purchases at Internet cafes, and developed a system for selling points online. Previously points had been sold by certain distributors or at newsstands. In 2002 when Shanda had 60% of China’s online gaming market, 65% of the point sales were through thousands of Internet cafes across China (source in Chinese). Baidu shared revenues from search marketing and advertising on Hao123.com (browser startup page) with Internet cafes who set its search service or Hao123 the default option on all of t...

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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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Li Na bids a tearful goodbye
&$ Li Na bids a tearful goodbye Tennis player Li Na of China cries during a retirement ceremony at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing September 30, 2014. Li, Asia's only grand slam singles champion, announced her retirement from tennis last Friday, succumbing to the effect of long-term knee injuries.[Photo/Xinhua] In front of a standing ovation at the Diam ...

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