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February, 26, 2017

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As a "pearl" in the South China Sea, Hainan is blessed with blue waters, soft white sand, bright sunshine and vibrant rainforests. It is attracting more tourists on holidays or to even buy homes of their own.
Taiwan brushes aside Cambodia's ban of its flag
Taiwan was unwilling on Tuesday to call out Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen for his recent vow to ban Taiwan's national flag in his country because of Cambodia's "one China" policy.
Cultural consumption on the rise in Shanghai
In a ballet dancing classroom at Changning district, Shanghai, 12 students form an unbelievably straight line during their one-hour choreography lesson. Opposite their room is an ukulele classroom, and next to it, an oil painting studio.
Hays report shows domestic companies driving digital transformation
A growing number of Chinese companies are gearing up for digital transformation-the transformation of business activities associated with applying digital technology to all aspects of society ...
Keying in an Indian theme
Abhishek Shome, a 26-year-old Indian working with a Chinese smartphone keyboard app developer in Beijing, speaks six languages: English, Chinese, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi and Assamese. The last three are provincial languages while Hindi is India's national language.
At PlanBee Combat Training Club in Shanghai, participants aged under 10 to above 50 are punching sandbags and breathing heavily as sweat oozes out of their shiny bodies in all-wet sportswear, despite the late January chilly weather.
UMC denies reports on employee poaching from China
United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC, 聯電), the second largest contract chip maker in Taiwan, Monday denied a local media report that a Chinese semiconductor firm has poached a number of the company's high-end chip developers.
Managers held over China massage parlor fire that killed 18
Authorities have detained those in charge of a foot massage parlor in eastern China in which 18 people were killed and another 18 injured in a fire Sunday.
Beijing accused Washington of "protectionism" and violating global trade rules on Saturday, Chinese media reported, after the United States imposed hefty tariffs on certain Chinese steel imports.
Tsai calls on China to protect rights of Taiwanese businesses there
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Sunday issued a call for China to help Taiwanese businesses there deal with operational challenges.
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