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US, South Korea launch joint military drills despite N Korea threats
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Chinese media: Trump is wrong to assume that China can handle North Korea
The 'fragile solidarity' that appeared to have formed regarding the nuclear threat from North Korea 'has already crumbled,' state media says.
 
Chinese investors on shopping spree for landmarks
First, it was The Cheesegrater; then, The Walkie-Talkie. Now, industry analysts are asking what will be next as Chinese commercial property investors snap up London landmarks. The Gherkin? The Shard?
 
Xi Jinping has signaled a push for the Chinese army's modernization and combat readiness
China must more quickly transform its military forces into a 'world class army,' Xi told Communist Party officials and military personnel.
 
Beijing is considering a special passport for Taiwanese
The pilot program it touted as a way to "solve the Taiwan problem."
 
For Chinese users, new global standard for QR codes is good news
In China, QR code is popular and has become dominant in the digital payment sector. It is the preferred method of both merchants and consumers, online and offline.
 
Xiaomi secures US$1 billion loan to aid retail, global expansion
Xiaomi announced Friday that its wholly owned subsidiary Xiaomi HK Ltd has signed a three-year $1 billion syndicated loan agreement with 18 banks.
 
Time out called on Chinese banks in financing overseas sports clubs, hotels, entertainment and real estate shopping
Chinese banks will no longer be the financial source for domestic companies to buy sports clubs, hotels, entertainment and real estate businesses abroad-as the country reforms its outbound direct investment policy to ward off risks-according to analysts.
 
China seeks to balance economic growth and risks
China will seek a balance between stable growth and risk prevention in the second half of the year, a senior official said on Thursday, indicating that the country is willing to tolerate slower growth to push reforms and curb systemic financial risks.
 
An office worker has stabbed three colleagues to death in China's latest knife attack
The man, who reports say had been fired, then got into a car and drove into a group of pedestrians, police say.
 
Chinese game makers fight to rule the ultimate online kingdom
Chinese video game companies are playing for high stakes. As the global gaming market enters an increasingly mobile era, they are being forced to adapt to an industry which is moving toward free-to-play.
 
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