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Chinese Social Media Site Reverses Gay Content Ban After Uproar

Internet users welcomed the change on Monday. Still, some said the company owed gays an apology. “It is totally insincere,” Bai Fei, a feminist activist in Shanghai, said of the announcement. “They have already harmed us. I want [...]
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Kim Jong-un of North Korea Fetes Chinese Envoy as Ties Warm

Mr. Kim’s friendly welcome also contrasted with the reception that Mr. Song received the last time he visited North Korea, as a special envoy of Mr. Xi in November. At that time, Mr. Kim refused to meet him and launched an intercontinental [...]
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Filipinos Get a Glimpse of Their Ruined City. The Chinese Get the Contract.

2 weeks ago | 0 comment
The insurgent leader Isnilon Hapilon was killed in October, near the end of the siege. But about 200 fighters had managed to escape, and sporadic clashes continued weeks later. Long known as the “Islamic capital” of the Philippines, [...]
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White House Unveils Tariffs on 1,300 Chinese Products

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
The designation of targeted products will be followed by a comment period in which American companies can provide feedback to the Trump administration on the product choices. The administration will hold a public hearing on the submissions [...]
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Trump Says Getting Tough on Chinese Trade Will Empower U.S. He Risks the Opposite.

1 month ago | 0 comment
In many major economies, steel makers are contending with a glut of low-cost product, much of it made in China. Western businesses must acquiesce to Beijing’s wishes, sharing cutting-edge technology as a condition of entry to the Chinese [...]
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When Xi Speaks, Chinese Officials Jump. Maybe Too High.

1 month ago | 0 comment
Since then, Mr. Xi has cast himself as a decisive, unwavering leader with a long-term plan to make China a prosperous and respected great power. On Sunday, the legislature, the National People’s Congress, passed a constitutional amendment [...]
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Chengdu Journal: At Chinese Fight Club, One Boxer’s First Rule: Don’t Tell His Parents

2 months ago | 0 comment
This year the partners plan to expand by bringing in professional fighters from across China, and maybe stars from Thailand. For now, the club’s fighters are hardscrabble professionals from local clubs or pure amateurs. Before [...]
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‘Me Too,’ Chinese Women Say. Not So Fast, Say the Censors.

3 months ago | 0 comment
A handful of university officials have already lost their jobs in cases that have prompted national debate, including one involving a professor accused of harassing a half-dozen students over the past 15 years. Women Speak [...]
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Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

3 months ago | 0 comment
By 2007, he was growing frustrated by his lack of advancement and decided to leave the agency. He was hired by Japan Tobacco International and joined that company’s team of investigators who tracked cigarette smuggling and counterfeiting. Mr. [...]
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Police Bust a Chinese Mafia in the Country That Invented the Term

3 months ago | 0 comment
Francesco Nannucci, the chief of the Prato police department’s investigative unit, called the investigation “one of the most relevant against the Chinese mafia in Italy and in Europe.” “Controlling transportation for the thousands [...]