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Monday, January 12, 2015
Chinese police detained 25 angry plane passengers who opened emergency exit doors before take-off after their flight was delayed by snow, state media reported, the latest case of rowdy behavior by Chinese travelers.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
China deleted more than three million pieces of pornographic content from the Internet in 2014, state media reported Saturday, as part of a campaign to cleanse the country's online sphere.
A Chinese nuclear physicist whose research was key to the country's development of the hydrogen bomb and whose identity was a state secret for decades was awarded its top science prize Friday, state media reported.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Chinese inflation rebounded marginally in December, the government said Friday, but economists warned of deflationary threats and called for more monetary stimulus to boost slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy.
The son of kung fu star Jackie Chan was sentenced to six months in prison on Friday after admitting drugs offences, a Beijing court said.
China has banned drivers of private cars from offering services through ride-hailing apps, throwing up a new hurdle to Uber Technologies Ltd.'s global expansion.
Friday, January 9, 2015
China has banned drivers of private cars from offering services through ride-hailing apps, throwing up a new hurdle to Uber Technologies Ltd.'s global expansion.
The son of actor Jackie Chan pleaded guilty in a Beijing court Friday to providing a venue for drug users and was sentenced to six months in prison, following a major crackdown on illegal drugs in the Chinese capital.
China arrested or prosecuted more than 2,300 people for political offenses in 2013, the vast majority in secret, an advocacy group reported Thursday as the ruling Communist party continues a crackdown on dissent.
No girlfriend, no savings, and a poorly paid job: Zhao Jun is typical of the “diaosi,” or “losers” who have been left on the sidelines of China's decades-long economic boom.
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