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07:51, 23-Oct-2019

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What new agreement will be forged when Bolsonaro visits China?
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro will start his first state visit to China on Thursday, and Chinese President Xi Jinping will have an official meeting with him, during which the two leaders will exchange views on bilateral relations and matters of mutual interest.
China
13:18, 23-Oct-2019
Anti-mask law: Violence can't be hidden behind masks
Hong Kong's summer of unrest has gone into a downward spiral, bringing with it escalating violence and widespread vandalism, which is pushing the Asian trading and financial hub to the brink of recession in a decade.
China
12:51, 23-Oct-2019
Meet Goran Malmqvist: A bridge for Chinese literature to the world
Goran Malmqvist is a member of one of the most influential literary bodies in the world, and a champion of Chinese literature. He passed away on October 17.
Culture China
08:21, 23-Oct-2019
Can making online videos be a solid career in China?
The internet has created an array of unique business models and professions, such as content creators and influencers. Whatever you call them, they're people who make a living off creating online videos. Many of them are active on Bilibili, one of China's biggest video platforms.
Biz Analysis
19:51, 23-Oct-2019
How internet connectivity has changed people's lives in China
In China's big cities, and virtually anywhere with good web coverage, most people don't even remember the last time they took out cash.
Technology
15:40, 22-Oct-2019
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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday evening announced the opening of the 7th International Military Sports Council (CISM) Military World Games in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
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Populism sounds attractive. But it works only on the street and it works until it is in power. Populism reveals a problem, but it is not a solution.
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Hong Kong
Today's Hong Kong is becoming a site of riots, marked by severe violence against the police, continued paralysis of public facilities and disruptions to everyday life. The turmoil is dealing a heavy blow to the city's pillar sectors. HK residents are at a crossroads: either they denounce violence and restore the rule of law for a rosy future or they yield to violence of the troublemakers whose agenda is to hijack HK for their political gains. It's high time people in HK made a choice.
The government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) said on Tuesday that it will roll out a third round of relief measures, involving an expenditure of about two billion HK dollars, to improve people's livelihood and help the badly-hit small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Economy
21:29, 22-Oct-2019
Matthew Cheung Kin-Chung, chief secretary for administration of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has called on Taiwan authorities not to complicate simple matters after they expressed doubt over an offer by a fugitive murder suspect to surrender.
China
15:21, 22-Oct-2019
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China-U.S. trade tensions
The China-U.S. trade ties have been on a rollercoaster since March 23, 2018, when Washington steered the wheel down a slippery slope. It's been a bumpy ride since, with ups and downs in their bilateral relations. After 13 rounds of high-level negotiations, coupled with other coordination mechanisms, everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for a glimmer of hope. China and the U.S. need to find ways to work together for their own benefit as well as that of the global economy.
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13:35, 20-Oct-2019
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Rare look into Xinjiang
On China's western frontier, legends shimmer in towns once vital to the ancient Silk Road. From the Taklamakan to the Pamirs, locals tell us stories in a region of unprecedented change. Four thousand kilometers east, a growing number of Uygurs are making their way in Beijing. They are at a crossroads between preserving their heritage and rectifying stereotypes. Follow us to see how Uygurs are faring in their remote hometowns as well as the bustling metropolis.
They are just a small batch of about 8,000 Uygurs living in Beijing, engaged in different professions from law enforcement to information technology. They call themselves "Beijing drifters," like around eight million other non-locals who are pursuing their dreams in the Chinese capital.
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