Friday, April 3, 2015
A Chinese cyberspace bureau on Thursday denounced Google for deciding not to recognize the agency's authority after a Beijing-linked security breach, calling the U.S. Internet giant's action "unacceptable and unintelligible."
Thursday, April 2, 2015
China's manufacturing activity expanded in March for the first time since December, the government said Wednesday, a bright spot as the world's second-largest economy fights a broad slowdown in growth.
Macau's casino revenue fell in March for the tenth straight month as China's corruption crackdown took a continuing toll on the city, figures showed Wednesday.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
China's air force has carried out its first ever military drill over the western Pacific Ocean, state media said, highlighting Beijing's growing military reach.
China's Communist rulers have turned against the exclusive sport of golf with the government saying nearly 70 "illegal" courses have been closed, seemingly enforcing a decade-old ban for the first time.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
A six-year prison sentence reportedly given to a man in China's mainly Muslim Xinjiang region for growing a beard was "absurd," an overseas group said Monday as accounts of the penalty disappeared online.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew pressed Chinese leaders on Monday to suspend proposed curbs on foreign security technology and said a Beijing-led regional bank should work in partnership with existing institutions, an American official said.
China's yuan has dropped to seventh place among the world's payments currencies, global transactions organization SWIFT said Monday, even as Beijing tries to push greater international use of the unit.
Monday, March 30, 2015
A court in China's mainly Muslim Xinjiang region has sentenced a man to six years in prison for "provoking trouble" and growing a beard, a practice discouraged by local authorities, a newspaper reported Sunday.
IOC inspectors left Beijing Sunday after offering praise for the Chinese capital's bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics that, if successful, would make it the first city to hold both the winter and summer games.