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Singapore offers to help bankroll China's global ambitions
Singapore is offering up its financial industry to help bankroll China's ambition to develop a network of ports, railways, power plants and other projects across a broad swath of Asia, Europe and east Africa.
 
China ponders public morality after video of gruesome death
A speeding taxi knocks the pedestrian off her feet, sending her hurtling through the air. Dozens of people stand gawking or walk past, as if the young woman sprawled in the busy intersection simply doesn't exist. A full minute passes, and another speeding vehicle, this time an SUV, tramples the prone woman. Her unconscious body churns under its large wheels like a lumpen sack.
 
Beijing 'can offer help' to Xiongan
Beijing and Xiongan New Area will need systematic cooperation to achieve coordinated development and mitigate urban ills, experts said on Sunday.
 
China's latest crackdown: celebrity gossip
Online peddlers of celebrity gossip have fallen foul of China's new cybersecurity law, with officials ordering internet companies to stop "catering to the public's vulgar taste."
 
Chinese firm tied to Communist Party critic stands trial
Three executives of a Chinese investment firm linked to outspoken Communist Party critic Guo Wengui confessed to fraud on Friday, as the billionaire property tycoon lobs corruption allegations at high-level officials from abroad.
 
Russian and Chinese leaders meet, hail their close ties
Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping hailed close ties between the two nations during their meeting Thursday on the sidelines of a summit of an alliance dominated by Moscow and Beijing.
 
AI gets so-so grade in Chinese university entrance exam
An AI machine has taken the maths section of China's annual university entrance exam, finishing it faster than students but with a below average grade.
 
China and Pakistan said they are investigating the Islamic State group's claim that two Chinese teachers kidnapped in Pakistan have been killed.
 
'You disappeared?' A wife seeks her husband missing in China
When the police called, Deng Guilian was at an indoor playground watching her 3-year-old. It was 2:19 p.m., Tuesday, May 30.
 
Chinese Apple staff suspected of selling private data
Chinese authorities say they have uncovered a massive underground operation run by Apple employees selling computer and phone users' personal data.
 
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