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Negotiating Asia’s Troubled Waters

Apr
24
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By MICHAEL J. GREEN

The worst thing the United States could do is push Tokyo to compromise with Beijing in the face of Chinese pressure.

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Pacific Rim Deal Could Reduce Chances of Conflict in Contested Seas

Apr
24
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By AUSTIN RAMZY and CHRIS BUCKLEY

The agreement, which includes China, Japan and the United States, comes at a time of growing concern about territorial disputes among China and some of its neighbors.

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America Should Step Back from the East China Sea Dispute

Apr
24
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By WU XINBO

The United States not only supports the Japanese position over the islands but prods Japan to be more aggressive toward China.

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Degrees of Influence Peddling in China and U.S.

Apr
24
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By NEIL IRWIN

Two recent articles show the differences — and the similarities — of how favors and connections are used by the powerful.

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Macau's request for more space inspires similar dreams in Hong Kong

Apr
24
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A request by Macau for more space on the neighbouring mainland island of Hengqin has brought a call for Hong Kong to follow suit and seek to expand into Shenzhen or Guangzhou.

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Attention turns to Guangzhou anti-graft chief after accused newspaper boss retracts graft confession

Apr
24
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Guangzhou's anti-graft watchdog is under pressure to re-investigate a high-profile corruption case involving a former media executive, sources said. Dai Yuqing, the former president of the official Guangzhou Daily, is standing trial accused of taking 2.5 million yuan in bribes over several years.

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UK hits deficit target; Greece posts a primary surplus

Apr
24
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Graeme Wearden

All the day's business and economic news, as UK manufacturing confidence soars, Greece hits its primary budget surplus and France's private sector recovery faltersUK hits deficit targetFrench private sector stumbles

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Inside the giant panda research centre - in pictures

Apr
23
Author: 
Joanna Ruck

Photographer Ami Vitale was allowed exclusive access into the Wolong National Nature Reserve managed by the China Conservation and Research Centre for the Giant Panda as it trains pandas to be released into the wild. While only about 1,600 giant pandas exist in the wild, the centre is the brain child of Director Zhang Hemin and has been successful at teaching them to survive in the while by mimicking conditions of their natural habitats. Zhang Xiang became the first female panda to be released into the wild.

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China’s former leader Jiang Zemin makes rare public appearance in Shanghai

Apr
23
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China’s former president Jiang Zemin, who has largely shunned the spotlight in recent years, made two appearances in public in the past few days, according to images published online.

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China says more than half of its groundwater is polluted

Apr
23
Author: 
Jonathan Kaiman in Beijing

Number of groundwater sites of poor or extremely poor quality increases to 59.6%, Chinese government saysNearly 60% of Chinas underground water is polluted, state media has reported, underscoring the severity of the countrys environmental woes. The countrys land and resources ministry found that among 4,778 testing spots in 203 cities, 44% had relatively poor underground water quality; the groundwater in another 15.7% tested as very poor.Water quality improved year-on-year at 647 spots, and worsened in 754 spots, the ministry said.

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