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Beijing Blasts Washington Over Diaoyu Islands

Jan 21, 2013

Beijing on Sunday blasted Washington's latest intervention in the Diaoyu Islands issue, warning the US to be "responsible" and "choose its words carefully".The warning came as Beijing prepared to receive a high-ranking member of the governing coalition in Tokyo who...

US and Japan Conduct Drill

Jan 15, 2013

A five-day air combat exercise by Japan's Self-Defense Forces and United States troops based in Japan has ended, as the two ally countries prepare for deliberations to revise their security cooperation treaty.The drill was conducted over Pacific waters on Tuesday...

Journalist in China Beaten During Investigation

Jan 11, 2013

A journalist was beaten on Wednesday during an undercover investigation into untreated water discharges by a paper mill.The case raised nationwide concern over the protection of reporters' rights.Zhao Xi, a reporter at China Central Television's bureau in Hunan province, was...

Land of Tobacco: China's Deadly Addiction

Jan 06, 2013

 Smoking is the leading cause of death in China, and by 2050, the number of deaths from tobacco-related causes is expected to triple. Click here for the sources of information included in this video....

Chinese Solar-Panel Makers Look to Counter US tariffs

Dec 07, 2012

Bracing for planned tariffs on their products, Chinese makers of solar-power have cut back production at home and in the United States.The moves are in response to the Nov 8 ruling by the Commerce Department's International Trade Commission that US...

Silver-Haired Retirees in U.S., China Can Be Golden Asset

Nov 30, 2012

Photo: Epoch TimesSAN DIEGO--I met Old Chen on my way to the airport. An immigrant from Henan Province, China, Chen has been a taxi driver in New York for five years. He seemed happy with his job. His company has...

No Word From Walmart on China Closures

Nov 28, 2012

As Wal-Mart Stores Inc expanded its internal bribery probe to developing markets including China, the world's largest retailer refused to comment on recent reports that the company will close 100 stores that are not making money.Wal-Mart began a global internal...

San Jose Salary Hike Hits Chinese Business Owners

Nov 16, 2012

According to the Chinese language World Journal, small and medium sized business owners in San Jose are facing difficult times following the passage of Measure D, which raised the city’s minimum wage from $8 to $10 per hour.Chinese restaurateurs say...

Chinese Media Hail Congressional Wins

Nov 08, 2012

Three Chinese Americans, including one incumbent, claimed victory in their bids for U.S. Congress following Tuesday’s elections, the Chinese language World Journal reports. Their victory marks a major milestone for the Chinese American community, the paper notes, representing the highest...

Chinese Media Hails Congressional Wins

Nov 08, 2012

Three Chinese Americans, including one incumbent, claimed victory in their bids for U.S. Congress following Tuesday’s elections, the Chinese language World Journal reports. Their victory marks a major milestone for the Chinese American community, the paper notes, representing the highest...

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