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Taiwan’s unpopular premier Lin Chuan resigns

Tsai’s office announced in a statement that Lin tendered his resignation on Sunday, saying that he had “accomplished his periodic tasks”, and it was approved by the president. Speculation was rife that Lin would be replaced.

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China makes it mandatory for nationals to use ID for air travel

The new security rule was introduced yesterday without notice at several airports.

Arunachal renaming row: China’s move designed to deter India from allowing Dalai Lama’s future visit to state, says report

Unlike the Dalai Lama’s previous visit to the state in 2009, Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju accompanied him on this visit, likely increasing China’s mistrust over New Delhi’s intentions, said the expert.

Smog-hit Beijing plans “green necklace” to block pollution

Beijing’s reputation as a major world city has been tarnished by regular outbreaks of hazardous smog, especially during the winter, and poorly regulated heavy industry in neighbouring Hebei has been identified as one of the major culprits

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Beijing’s silent prayer on Brexit vote: Better in than out

China has, for example, looked to London for help in developing its financial markets and regulation, and Britain has sought Chinese investment in fields such as power and high-speed rail.

Beijing tightens security on 27th anniversary of bloody military crackdown

In 1989, thousands of students, workers and ordinary citizens gathered to demand political reforms out of which hundreds, possibly thousands, of people were killed as tanks and troops converged on Beijing on the night of June 3-4.

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Odd-even not sustainable as a long-term measure in Beijing: Zeng Jinghai

We have introduced varying vehicle restriction measures since 2008 to tackle Beijing’s poor air quality.

China’s defense spending increase to be smallest in six years

Spending at all levels of China’s government is being curbed because of a drop in the economic growth rate, which fell to a 25-year low of 6.9 percent in 2015 and is expected to decline further this year.

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China closes 580 social media accounts for spreading ‘rumour’

“Some Internet celebrities ignored social responsibilities and abused their influence to publish information that violated the Constitution and damaged the national interest,” CAC said in a statement.

Air business: Pollution-hit Chinese buying expensive British air

The company which started out bottling fresh air has seen its product fly off the shelves in pollution-hit China.

Beijing imposed $28 mn in pollution fines last year: Xinhua

Beijing’s environmental watchdog levied fines totalling about 183 million yuan ($27.76 million) for violations of pollution laws in the Chinese capital last year, the state news agency Xinhua said on Friday. The agency did not offer a comparative full-year figure, but state media reported last year that the 100 million yuan Beijing collected in pollution […]

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Year’s worst pollution engulfs Beijing on Christmas Day

The pollution level in Beijing since Thursday is far worse than during the last week’s red alert.

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Beijing tightens security as embassies warn of threats

Beijing police issued a yellow security alert to ensure safety during the Christmas period.

Beijing issues second red alert for smog

Parts of north China will see the worst smog so far this year the National Meteorological Centre said yesterday

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In smog-choked China, drivers check out electric cars

Beijing issued a first pollution “red alert” on Monday, and set out measures to combat the hazardous smog