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February, 24, 2017

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Taiwan acknowledges Beijing commemoration of 228 incident
The key to commemorating the 228 incident is to remember that the real masters of the country are the people and the state should be built on a foundation of liberal democracy, a Presidential Office official said on Thursday.
Ex-NSC official calls for continued cross-strait academic exchanges
The former secretary-general of the National Security Council (NSC) and chairman of the Taipei Forum, a local think tank, said Thursday that academic exchanges between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait should continue, even though official exchanges have cooled.
'Shocking': China invited to organ trade meet
Ethics experts and human rights lawyers slammed the Vatican Tuesday for inviting a top Chinese health official to an organ trafficking summit despite concerns the Asian giant still uses tissue from executed prisoners.
Local firms to surge ahead as employment landscape alters
Home grown Chinese companies are set to outperform their multinational rivals in winning over the next generation of Chinese executives in the coming decade, according to a report from top management consulting firm Bain.
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Apple being pushed around by local brands
Chinese smartphone brands Oppo and Huawei are tightening their grip on the world's biggest market, grabbing local share and squeezing out Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co.
A US e-commerce company is looking to tap into the demographic of fashionable young, tech-savvy women in China by selling them top brands through mobile messaging.
Job hunters face difficult dilemma in furthering their careers
To choose between privately-owned companies and long-established multinational ones is not an easy task for most job seekers.
Chinese video-sharing app Kwai denies IPO rumors
Chinese video-centric communications application Kwai, or Kuaishou, has declared it currently has no plan to start an initial public offerings in the United States.
Power to approve large-scale transportation projects given to provincial governments
The nation's top economic regulator plans to decentralize administrative approval of large-scale transportation projects to provincial governments, a senior official with the regulator said on Wednesday.
China has established a single network to monitor air pollution levels across the country, as the government attempts to control the spread of information about the country's toxic smog in response to rising public anger.
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