Saturday, October 31, 2015
Mainland China will begin work on the world's largest super-collider in 2020, a mega-machine aimed at increasing understanding of the elusive Higgs boson, state-run media reported Thursday., 1 Comment
Friday, October 30, 2015
Mainland China announced the end of its hugely controversial one-child policy on Thursday, after decades of strict, sometimes brutal enforcement left it with an aging population and shrinking workforce, heightening the challenges of slowing growth.
Wealthy Chinese remain the No. 1 buyers of luxury products worldwide, appearing inured to economic turmoil at home as they zigzag the globe in search of deals on everything from handbags to jewelry, according to a new study by Bain consultancy.
Mainland China's military will take "all necessary" measures in response to any future U.S. Navy incursions into what it considers its territorial waters around islands in the South China Sea, a mainland defense agency spokesman said Thursday.
Thursday, October 29, 2015
Mainland China summoned the American ambassador to protest the U.S. Navy's sailing of a warship close to one of China's artificial islands in the South China Sea, in an act that challenged Chinese sovereignty claims.
Nearly half the flights leaving the main international airport of mainland China's commercial hub Shanghai were delayed in August, regulators said, punishing the facility by denying it new routes.
A mainland Chinese bank robber turned multi-millionaire property developer has been arrested 16 years after he committed the crime, state media reported Wednesday.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
China summoned the American ambassador to protest the U.S. Navy's sailing of a warship close to one of China's artificial islands in the South China Sea, in an act that challenged Chinese sovereignty claims.
The United States defied China Tuesday by sending a warship close to artificial islands the rising Asian power is building in disputed waters, prompting Beijing furiously to denounce what it called a threat to its sovereignty., 1 Comment
Mainland China is preparing to allow its multi-billion-U.S.-dollar pension fund to invest in the stock market next year, an official said Tuesday, in a move to boost share prices after a more than 30 percent plunge since June.