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China boat mishap: Authorities confirm 21 dead, 1 missing in Yangtze river

Xinhua reported that seven or eight foreigners were on the boat, including citizens of Singapore and Japan.


Chinese Takeaway: Regime Change

The exit of Rajapaksa is a diplomatic problem in the near term for Beijing.


Chinese schoolgirls selling eggs to infertile couples: Report

Some agencies in Guangzhou were charging infertile couples up to 1.2 million yuan for a boy.


China: Quake damages over 50 houses

The epicenter of the quake was detected at a depth of 10 km, the China Earthquake Networks Centre said.


Over 3 million online pornographic files deleted in China

In July 2014, China shut down over 700 pornographic Web sites and detained 224 suspects.


Eight killed in two major accidents in China

The fire burnt down the third floor of a warehouse, burying the firemen on the second floor.


China arrests 30,000 in crackdown on porn and gambling activities

Police said they will continue to crack down on the illegal activities to prevent them from rebounding.

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Chinese takeaway: Beijing’s Afghan Role

Post-Partition geography has made Pakistan the most important regional actor in Afghanistan.


11 killed, 24 injured in Karaoke bar fire in China

A fire broke out at a karaoke bar in central China’s Henan province killing 11 and injuring 24.


China clears man 18 years after his execution

China is believed to execute more people for crimes than the rest of the world combined.


China to punish tourists in Thai air rage scandal

It comes at a time when the Chinese are traveling more but also becoming notorious for rough behavior.


Set aside hate, China’s President Xi Jinping says on Nanjing Massacre anniversary

China marked its first national memorial day on Saturday for the Nanjing Massacre.


China’s Nobel peace laureate sends message from jail

Liao who posted the message Thursday on Facebook, did not say how he received the message from Liu.


Changing China trends focus in Guwahati Literary Festival

The Guwahati Literary Festival will also have a session on reflection of the Second World War in literature.


China reminds US not to take sides in South China Sea dispute

China’s claims over South China Sea are contested by Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines and Brunei.