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Police Fire on Protesting Farmers in Yunnan

In the wake of Tibetan unrest, farmers from the Miao (or Hmong) ethnic minority group clashed with riot police over land they claim was illegally seized by a mining company leaving two dead, according to China Worker...

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China to Seal $9bn DR Congo Deal

BBC Video report: After decades of civil war, the Democratic Republic of Congo is about to sign an agreement with China who will provide $9 billion worth of investment in rebuilding infrastructure in exchange for the...

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Tea, Wild or Not, Enriches Chinese Province

Yunnan Province has long been a main source of tea and today plantations supply many of the trendy tea shops in China’s major cities.  But locals reject the mass produced grown tea, preferring to drink wild species from...

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Chinese Fear Guerrilla Assaults on Torch Relay

With the Olympic torch about to make its run in India on Thursday, the Chinese government has asked India to step up security in fear of an attack on the torch by Tibetan protesters, reported India eNews. A high-level Chinese...

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