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Chinese police have arrested a man who has been on the run since allegedly hacking a family of six to death 25 years ago, state media reported Sunday.
 
China is using "coercive tactics" and fostering regional tensions as it expands its maritime presence in the South China Sea and elsewhere, but is avoiding triggering an armed conflict, the U.S. Defense Department said Friday.
 
Mainland China, US to work out mechanism for S. China Sea
Seeking to calm escalating tensions in the South China Sea, top generals from mainland China and the U.S. spoke by phone and said they were ready to work out an effective mechanism to prevent confrontation and maintain stability in the region.
 
When an influential anti-counterfeiting group allowed Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to join its ranks in April, the group said it was a collaborative move that would help stem the sale of fake goods for top companies such as Apple, Nike and Procter & Gamble.
 
Dance to the music of Mao: Cultural Revolution art
When the critical eye of Mao Zedong's wife fell upon a non-conforming artist during China's Cultural Revolution the assessment could be devastating.
 
British 'barbarians' need manners lesson, says China paper in rudeness row
The British media is riddled with "barbarians" who would benefit from a lesson in manners from China's ancient civilisation, a state-run newspaper said Thursday after Queen Elizabeth II called some Chinese officials "very rude".
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Beware Everest graffiti artists, China is watching you
Next time you leave silly messages on the world's highest mountain, beware: China is watching you.
 
A shallow magnitude-5.5 earthquake struck the mountainous region of Tibet on Wednesday, injuring 60 people, collapsing houses and damaging bridges and roads, authorities said.
 
Hanscom Smith, the United States consul general in Shanghai, confirmed Tuesday that his same-sex spouse, Eric Lu, is Taiwanese.
 
A Chinese transgender man said he was disappointed but will continue to fight for equality after a labor arbitration panel on Tuesday rejected his complaint that he was fired unfairly, in China's first transgender job discrimination case.
 
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