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Computer beats Chinese champion in ancient board game of go
A computer defeated China's top player of the ancient board game go on Tuesday, earning praise that it might have finally surpassed human abilities in one of the last games machines have yet to dominate.
 
People in China are terrible at bicycle sharing and operators aren't sure what to do
Many simply leave the bikes in the middle of sidewalks or abandon them haphazardly on freeways.
 
A jerk in a Trump cap delays Shanghai flight
A disruptive passenger on a United Airlines flight from Shanghai to New Jersey was asked to get off the plane in a politically tinged altercation, resulting in an unscheduled stop in San Francisco and an arrival delayed by eight hours.
 
China confirmed Monday that it is investigating six Japanese citizens, following a Japanese news report that Chinese authorities had detained six men possibly for spying.
 
Guidelines passed for South China Sea conduct
China and Asean countries on Thursday approved a draft framework of the South China Sea Code of Conduct (COC), marking a milestone in peacefully resolving the South China Sea issue.
 
Ready, set, Go! Rematch of man vs machine in ancient game
Google's artificial intelligence program AlphaGo faces the world's top-ranked Go player.
 
China has destroyed hundreds of homes at center of Tibetan Buddhist learning
The government says its for "renovations," but Tibetans aren't happy.
 
Chinese and South Korean officials want to make up
Officials from the two countries meet for the second day, with the THAAD missile system expected to come up for discussion.
 
US aircraft intercepted by Chinese jets
U.S. slams actions in East China Sea as "unprofessional."
 
China is in a tizzy about the ransomware's impact on universities
Claims of malicious software being widespread are malicious rumors, officials say.
 
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