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An unexpected détente — South Korea and China – China’s latest top news

South Korea and China make nice Xinhua News Agency reports that the Chinese foreign ministry says that Beijing has…

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A bridge rotates 100 degrees to dock with a highway overpass

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A red thumbprint: A brewer discovers what happens when airport officials confuse hops with weed

I’m a beer brewer in Beijing, owner of Great Leap Brewing. Perhaps you’ve heard of…

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Tech titans at Tsinghua, as internet controls ratchet up, again – China’s latest top news

Tech titans at Tsinghua, as internet controls ratchet up, again On the weekend, Tsinghua University — established in Beijing…

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‘Sundance of China’ opens with pomp and celebrity, but not much spirit

PINGYAO — The small Shanxi provincial city of Pingyao 平遥 was built as a defensive buttress, and…

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Live-streaming grannies

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Meet China’s four-legged robot BigDog

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HNA to invest in ecommerce? – China’s latest top news

HNA to invest in ecommerce? HNA, the Chinese conglomerate that began as an airline based in the island…

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China’s new stealth fighter

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Smart trash bins

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Guggenheim’s controversial China exhibition revels at the intersection of art and politics

Between 1989 and 2008, China saw miraculous economic growth, significant political change, and heavy-handed reactions against free speech…

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10 can’t-miss artworks at the Guggenheim’s ‘Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World’

“Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World,” on right now at the Solomon R. Guggenheim…

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Behind the United Front – China’s latest top news

Behind the United Front At the 1922 4th World Congress of the Communist International in Moscow, the “united…

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A robot police officer

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Wang Yang, the most interesting new member of the Politburo  – China’s latest top news

Is Wang Yang going to bake a big cake, or is he a token liberal? On Wednesday morning Beijing…

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