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New home prices rise in July
07-31 19:47
China's new home prices increased in July for the third straight month, a survey showed, as the market continued to recover following government policy support....
Beijing to host 2022 to Winter Games
07-31 18:03
Beijing came up trumps today when the International Olympic Committee voted to give the Chinese capital the right to host of the 2022 winter Olympics. Bei...
Taiwan economy slows to 0.64pc
07-31 14:32
Taiwan's economy grew at its slowest pace in three years in April-June, data showed. The results underscore the challenge Taipei faces in diversifying from...
Party shows no mercy to reviled general Guo
07-31 14:04
Chinese media poured scorn on fallen military leader Guo Boxiong, accusing the “demon'' former top general of dishonesty since his youth and his family of sel...
Australian unions reject China pact
07-31 12:39
Australia’s Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union says the China Free Trade Agreement will worsen the labor shortage in South Australia, noti...
Australian workers rally to denounce China free trade pact over jobs fears
07-31 12:35
Australian workers rallied today in Sydney against the Abbott Government’s free trade deal with China. Workers representing manufacturing, transport, cons...
Enraged by suicide, students barge into Taipei education ministry
07-31 12:08
Protesters stormed Taiwan's education ministry today after a student committed suicide, amid a deepening row over the island's “China-centric'' school curricu...
‘Cold blooded’ KMT skewered after student protester’s suicide
07-30 21:24
A student protester who was reportedly among 33 arrested after breaking into the education ministry last week committed suicide today. Taiwan's education min...
Myanmar frees 155 Chinese convicts jailed for illegal logging
07-30 18:18
Chinese jailed for illegal logging in Myanmar wee among 6,966 prisoners pardoned today to promote “goodwill.’’ According to a statement on the Ministry ...
Ai Weiwei challenges UK visa authorities over ‘convict’ claims
07-30 17:59
Britain has denied Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei a six-month visa and restricted him to a three-week trip because he did not declare a “criminal convict...
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