Friday, June 14, 2013
China refused to be drawn on Thursday on revelations of U.S. electronic surveillance and on the American in Hong Kong who leaked the information, and a senior source said Beijing does not want to jeopardize recently improved ties with Washington.2 Comments
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Six-year-old Keke looks silently from a bare living room at her closest companion: a grandmother who resents having to raise her.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
China's latest manned spacecraft successfully blasted off Tuesday on a 15-day mission to dock with a space lab and educate young people about science.
China's lesser-developed heartland is responsible for 80 percent of carbon dioxide emissions related to goods consumed along the wealthier coast, international researchers said Monday.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Growth in China's auto sales slowed in May from a double-digit rise in April, an industry group said, as new data fueled concerns that the world's second-biggest economy is faltering.
China is to send its second woman astronaut into orbit on its longest mission yet, space officials said Monday, as the country works towards building a space station.
Authorities are reportedly probing a pig farm in central China for dissolving dead pigs in a chemical solution and pumping the resulting remains down its drains, which empty into a river.
Monday, June 10, 2013
Barack Obama and Xi Jinping ended their first U.S.-China summit Saturday, forging a rapport and policy understandings, if not breakthroughs, on North Korea, climate and cyber issues.