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Troubled China Giants Set Sights on Electricity Assets
National security concerns and reports of internal corruption and employer abuse are set to rattle two Chinese state-owned ...
Asia & Pacific
February 9, 2016
UN Climate Agreement Reached in Paris
The 2-week global climate summit in Paris ended in an historic deal between 196 nations to reduce carbon ...
December 14, 2015
Security Fears and ‘Other’ Issues With Chinese Bidder for NSW Power
The Communist Party’s China State Grid Corp is raising local concerns not just about security—an ongoing corruption probe ...
Asia & Pacific
November 24, 2015
Businessmen Bribe Officials With Tiger Meat and Bones in China
Local officials and wealthy Chinese have been watching tigers being killed for entertainment in southern China, before the ...
March 28, 2014
Smuggler Caught With Diamonds in Underwear at Chinese Border
Chinese customs officers caught a man attempting to smuggle thousands of diamonds in his underpants, after they noticed ...
March 26, 2014
Left-Behind Chinese Girl Starts Fire to Bring Mother Home
A Chinese migrant worker's 12-year-old daughter tried to get her mother to come home using arson.
March 25, 2014
2 Dead, Dozens Sick From Rat Poison at Chinese Kindergarten
Two young girls died and another 30 children were sickened, after eating snacks containing banned rodenticide at a ...
March 23, 2014
Chinese ‘Miracle Baby’ Born in Crash That Killed Mother
A newborn baby was found at a crash site, where both his parents died when their motorbike was ...
March 21, 2014
Tibetan Mastiff Sells for Nearly $2 Million in China
The world's most expensive dog has reportedly just been purchased at a luxury pet expo in east China.
March 20, 2014
26 Tons of Fake Salt Seized in South China
Chinese police confiscated around 26 tons of mostly industrial salt in Guangzhou, which was due to be sold ...
March 19, 2014
Video: Farmer Rides Giant Pig to Town in China
A pig farmer in south-west China has taken to riding a huge hog into town, after suffering from ...
March 18, 2014
Man Trapped Inside Coffin for 4 Days in Taiwan
A Taiwanese man got stuck in a grave in central Taiwan that had been opened up for ceremonial ...
March 17, 2014
Chinese Man Buys Audi With Vanload of Cash
A man in north-east China bought an Audi with boxloads of small notes and coins that he had ...
March 14, 2014
Disabled Chinese Man Robbed of Crutches and Bike
A man with a prosthetic leg had his crutches and bicycle stolen in central China.
March 12, 2014
Chinese Father Carries Disabled Son Nine Miles a Day for School
A man in western China walks nine miles a day with his handicapped son on his back to ...
March 11, 2014
Chinese Boy Takes 20,000 Yuan to Kindergarten to Play Poker
A 4-year-old boy in eastern China was caught with 20,000 yuan ($3,257) in his schoolbag, which he planned ...
March 10, 2014
Polluted River Catches Fire in China
A fire on a river in eastern China appears to be linked with a factory upstream.
March 8, 2014
North Korean Missile Fired Into Chinese Plane Path
A Chinese passenger jet passed through the trajectory of a rocket fired by North Korea seven minutes earlier.
March 6, 2014
Chinese Man Loses Half His Weight After Surgery
A man from Central China halved his weight through surgery after struggling with obesity for nearly two decades.
March 5, 2014
Tsunami Boat Beaches in Taiwan 3 Years Later
A boat was discovered in Taiwan, that had traveled thousands of miles since the Japanese tsunami in 2011.
March 5, 2014
Chinese Couple Gets Married in Antarctica
A young couple from northern China held their wedding ceremony at the South Pole.
March 4, 2014
Oldest Known Cheese Discovered on Mummies in China
Scientists have identified yellowish lumps from tombs in China as cheese that is about 3,600 years old.
March 3, 2014
Video: Mongolian Lamb Born With Extra Legs
A sheep with seven legs was born in Inner Mongolia in late January.
March 3, 2014
Chinese Copy Russian Daredevils’ Scaling of Shanghai Tower
Two Chinese men climbed the Shanghai Tower less than two weeks after two Russians released a video of ...
February 27, 2014
Crop Scientist Likens China’s Smog to Nuclear Winter
New research shows extreme air pollution in China could severely impact agriculture and food supplies, because it is ...
February 26, 2014
Video: Bank Teller Laughs at Knife-Wielding Robber in China
A man carrying a cleaver attempted to rob a bank in Shanghai, but was not taken seriously by ...
February 25, 2014
Married Chinese Woman’s Mother Puts Socks On for Her
A young woman in eastern China still lives with her parents, even though she is married, and is ...
February 24, 2014
Hong Kong Leader Denounces Visiting US Officials for Biased View of Protests
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Ted Cruz Urges Administration to Release Transcripts of Biden’s Calls With Ukraine
Isabel van Brugen
US Lawmaker Criticizes Beijing Bullying After Visa Denial
Tens of Thousands of Hong Kong Protesters Plead for US Help
Gaetz Kicked Out of Impeachment Hearing, Claims Democrats Barring House Judiciary Committee Members
Trump: 1,000 US Troops Leaving Syria to Remain in the Region to Stop ISIS Revival
Mimi Nguyen Ly
China’s Latest Trade Data Reveal Economic Trouble Ahead, as Future of US–China Trade Talks Remains Unclear
Report: 5 Virginia Universities Discriminate Against Asian-Americans in Admissions
Jim Jordan Denounces ‘Secretive Impeachment Proceedings’ After Matt Gaetz Was Kicked out of Hearing
Trump’s Former Russia Adviser Testifies in Democrat-Run Impeachment Inquiry