Thursday, June 20, 2013
China has completed a monitoring scheme in restive Tibet that requires all telephone and internet users to register under their real names, state media said on Wednesday, as part of a campaign to crack down on what officials describe as rumors.
Hong Kong can showcase its democratic pedigree by its handling of the Edward Snowden case, Chinese state media said Wednesday, in comments appearing to distance Beijing from any decision on his possible extradition.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will launch a new smartphone on Tuesday to better compete with high-end rivals like Apple and Samsung overseas, a company official said.
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is buying a Dutch waste and renewable energy company for 943.7 million euros (US$1.3 billion).
A Chinese supercomputer is the fastest in the world, according to survey results announced Monday, comfortably overtaking a U.S. machine which now ranks second.
China on Monday dismissed as “groundless” claims that a former U.S. intelligence contractor who is hiding in Hong Kong spied for Beijing, as state media said extraditing him back home would amount to a “betrayal.”
Monday, June 17, 2013
Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident who fled his home country to become a visiting scholar at New York University, accused the school on Sunday of asking him to leave because of "unrelenting pressure" from China., 2 Comments
Now is the best time for China to develop its service trade, and the country can become one of the biggest outsourcing service providers in the world within the next few years, Wei Jianguo, former vice minister of commerce and secretary-general of China Center for International Economic Exchanges, said on Saturday.
China's official army newspaper Sunday branded the United States Internet surveillance program exposed by former spy Edward Snowden as “frightening,” and accused the U.S. of being a “habitual offender” when it comes to network monitoring.
Half of Hong Kongers believe the city's government should not extradite former U.S. spy Edward Snowden, according to a poll published on Sunday a day after hundreds protested in his support.