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Mainland China said on Friday that Japan's World War II violence is more worthy of remembrance than the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, ahead of a historic visit by U.S. President Barack Obama.
 
A mainland Chinese detergent commercial showing a black man stuffed into a washing machine and transformed into a fair-skinned Asian has provoked outrage, although more so overseas that at home, where it was greeted with apparent acceptance.
 
Daughter of missing HK publisher seeks US help
The daughter of a Hong Kong-based publisher believed abducted by Chinese authorities eight months ago appeared Tuesday before a U.S. congressional commission urging Washington's help to win his release.
 
Hong Kong axes provocative skyscraper art
Days after it was launched, organizers have canceled an art installation on Hong Kong's tallest skyscraper that carried a politically provocative message about the city's relationship with mainland China.
 
Chinese state media on Tuesday slammed the lifting of a decades-old US arms embargo against Vietnam, saying the move was aimed at Beijing and calling Barack Obama's assurances to the contrary "a very poor lie".
 
Chinese authorities are exploring new ways of imposing controls on the internet, state-run media cited experts as saying Monday, after reports said state-owned enterprises may be encouraged to take stakes in video streaming websites.
 
Mainlanders protest lack of college placements
Some 500 people on Sunday protested what they say is a lack of university student placements in their central China province, in the latest protest over education reform.
 
China arrests 135 for buying, selling vaccines
Mainland China has arrested 135 people in 22 provinces for illegally buying and selling vaccines, in the latest scandal shaking the Chinese public's confidence in vaccine safety.
 
CCP-backed internet users inundate web to sway public opinion
Mainland China's authorities fabricate and post several hundred million social media posts a year to influence public opinion about the country, according to a new paper by U.S. researchers examining one of the most opaque aspects of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) rule.
 
A new art installation displayed on Hong Kong's tallest building is the latest expression of the city's growing fears that its freedoms are under threat as Beijing tightens it grip.
 
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