U.S. measures against China's burgeoning tech sector are set to continue despite an anticipated truce in the two countries' ongoing trade war, The Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis and Katy Stech Ferek reported on Tuesday....
by Anne Henochowicz | Aug 16, 2016
Protests in the southern coastal city of Lianyungang earlier this month have lead to the...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 11, 2016
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Cindy | Aug 11, 2016
The local government of Lianyungang has suspended plans to build a nuclear waste reprocessing...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 10, 2016
Britain’s former Prime Minister David Cameron and his Chancellor George Osborne spent...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 18, 2014
Li Keqiang’s three-day visit to the U.K. got into full swing on Tuesday, with the Chinese premier meeting both the Queen and his British counterpart David Cameron. Deals and declarations were announced, covering trade...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 15, 2013
After three successive days of demonstrations (see pictures at Tea Leaf Nation and Global Voices), protesters in Jiangmen, Guangdong won a written guarantee on Monday that a planned uranium processing plant nearby would not go...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 20, 2012
According to a new report (.pdf) by the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, China's per capita carbon emissions have reached a similar level to the EU's. Global total emissions continue to rise, with the balance...
by Melissa M. Chan | Jun 3, 2012
Amid plans to defrost China’s nuclear plans, the State Council, China’s Cabinet, has approved of a nuclear safety plan. China had initially suspended nuclear power efforts after Japan’s March 11 nuclear crisis. From Reuters: The...
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