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May, 30, 2016

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Mainland leader calls for Marxism, intellectual loyalty
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) must ensure that philosophy and social science "unequivocally uphold" Marxist principles, mainland leader Xi Jinping told a high-level academic seminar, according to state media reports.
Garbage picker in military attire sings Mao's praises
Zhao Shunli's transformation takes place several times a week in a simple bedroom filled with Mao Zedong memorabilia, its concrete walls lined with posters portraying the founder of the communist state. Once his army jacket buttons up and his white gloves snap on, Zhao the garbage picker becomes Zhao the People's Liberation Army veteran.
Jack Ma holds secret meeting with Obama at White House
Jack Ma, the billionaire chairman and founder of China's e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group, paid a secret visit to the White House on Tuesday, The Washington Post reported.
Midea Group Co, China's biggest maker of home appliances, announced on Wednesday its intention to launch a voluntary takeover offer for all shares in KUKA AG, a leading global supplier of intelligent automation solutions.
Chinese economy showing continued improvement in restructuring
Despite the slight easing in growth momentum as shown by April economic data released on Saturday, Chinese economy has shown continued improvement in restructuring.
Everyone wants a piece of VR sector
Hip-hop dancers, military marchers and daredevils in winged suits are bringing China's internet titans into the world of virtual reality.
Hong Kong authorities stepped up security for a top mainland Chinese official as he appeared at a business conference Wednesday, preventing pro-democracy protesters from approaching the venue.
Hong Kong in lockdown as Chinese official attends meeting
Hong Kong authorities have stepped up security as a high-ranking Chinese government official attends a business conference, preventing pro-democracy protesters from getting close to the venue.
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Top China official promises to 'listen' to HK
One of China's most powerful officials said he would listen to political demands from Hongkongers in a conciliatory start to a visit Tuesday that has stirred anger in a city resentful of Beijing's tightening grip.
Supply-side reform 'needs a big push'
President Xi Jinping urged on Monday to "resolutely push forward supply-side structural reform" as the world's second-largest economy still faces strong headwinds, reflected by its easing economic indicators for April.
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