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    China’s Housing Market Is In Recovery Mode, But Is That Good News?

    China's government hasn't been able to pop the nation's increasingly large real estate bubble.
  • The Best Snack Cities Of China

    Here's a list of 15 cities in China with the best streetside snack food.
  • China real estate_car market

    China’s Real Estate Is Back, With Prices On The Rise

    Land sales figures in China's 10 key cities almost tripled in the first month of 2013.
  • Panetta's Visit To Asia Unlikely To Assuage Sino-Japanese Nationalist Anger

    Tangible results to alleviating China's rising temper against Japan seem nowhere to be found. U.S. officials are urging for calm and peace, but the reality on the streets is that Chinese anger and frustrations are dealing increasing damage and violence to businesses carrying Japanese branded products. Meanwhile, a massive Chinese fishing fleet is soon expected to arrive in the waters off the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands, worsening the prospects of a swift resolution.
  • 10 Deadliest Earthquakes in the Past Century

    There have been a number of high-profile earthquakes in the last month, including ones in India, Japan, Cuba, Indonesia and the United States. Here are the ten worst quakes over the past 100 years.
  • China's Wen: relatively fast growth needed

    Premier Wen Jiabao said China's economy was responding appropriately to its stable policies, adding relatively fast growth would help create jobs and boost domestic demand, the Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.
  • Some Yahoo email accounts hacked in China, Taiwan

    Yahoo email accounts of some journalists and activists whose work relates to China were compromised in an attack discovered this week, according to rights groups and foreign correspondents, days after Google said it would move its Chinese-language search services out of China because of censorship concerns.
  • Some Yahoo email accounts hacked in China, Taiwan

    Yahoo email accounts of some journalists and activists whose work relates to China were compromised in an attack discovered this week, according to rights groups and foreign correspondents, days after Google said it would move its Chinese-language search services out of China because of censorship concerns.
  • China's XD Electric eyes up to $1.5 bln in IPO

    China XD Electric Co , the nation's largest electricity transmission and distribution equipment maker, plans to raise as much as 10.27 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in the country's first major initial public offering this year.
  • Bank N.Y. sees more M&A chances in Europe than Asia

    Bank of New York Mellon Corp sees more acquisition opportunities in Europe than in Asia, the head of the world's largest custodian of financial assets said on Tuesday.
  • Visiting the World’s Highest Stupa - Famen, China

    At first glance, one might think this Buddhist shrine belongs in a science-fiction movie. Or somewhere in Las Vegas.
  • Morakot affects nine million in E China after killing over 600 Taiwanees

    Typhoon Morakot which slammed into China's east coast had affected over 8.836 million residents, with 1.429 million evacuated, six killed and three missing, by 19:00pm of Monday, Ministry of Civil Affairs said.
  • Walled Cities Around the World

    While today's modern cities certainly are graced by large fortifications, since the first days of civilization walls have been built around cities to protect citizens from outside invaders and attacks.
  • Xi'an

    Few cities in the world can match Xian’s wealth of history. From the beginnings of Chinese civilisation at Banpo, through to the unification of the Chinese state and the city’s cosmopolitan...
  • China to become the world's second-largest consumer market by 2015

    China is likely to become the world's second-largest consumer market by 2015, says a new report released by the Boston Consulting Group.