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In the Royal family for the first time will play a gay wedding

In the Royal family for the first time will play a gay wedding
- The wedding ceremony will be small. For the first time in the history of the British Royal family plans the wedding of same-sex couples. Cousin of ...



China hikes tariffs on US soybeans, electric cars, fish

China hikes tariffs on US soybeans, electric cars, fish
China fired back Saturday in a spiraling trade dispute with Trump by raising import duties on a $34 billion list of ...

Can China innovate?

Can China innovate?
- There has been a lot of global interest surrounding Chinese innovation in recent times, thanks partly to the rapid ascent of uniquely Chinese digital ...

Chinese immigrant with American family fears deportation

Chinese immigrant with American family fears deportation
- A Chinese immigrant with a young American family in New York fears deportation after being arrested when he showed up for a green ...

China tariffs on US soybeans could cost Iowa farmers up to $624 million

China tariffs on US soybeans could cost Iowa farmers up to $624 million
China quickly vowed to match Trump's action. The U.S. .... China, with a population of more than 1.4 billion, imports 62 percent of the world's soybean ...

China retaliates against Trump's $50bn in tariffs, escalating possibility of trade war

China retaliates against Trump's $50bn in tariffs, escalating possibility of trade war
China has accused the United States of igniting a trade war, firing back against Trump's move to slap tariffs on tens of billions of dollars in ...

Why the Chinese Communist Party's fear of its own people spells trouble for liberalism

Why the Chinese Communist Party's fear of its own people spells trouble for liberalism
- To suppress views of China that it does not like, the party is trying to replicate its domestic censorship on a global scale, says Isabel Hilton ...

White House not focusing the right Chinese trade problem, says former CEA chair

White House not focusing the right Chinese trade problem, says former CEA chair
- Martin Feldstein, Harvard University professor and former Council of Economics Advisors chairman, weighs in on the issues around trade with China ...

Hong Kong's fish are eating plastic - and people could be too

Hong Kong's fish are eating plastic - and people could be too
- Many fishes in Hong Kong have ingested tiny particles of plastic which could end up being eaten by humans, according to research by universities ...

The online platform helping Hong Kong's helpers to give back to the community

The online platform helping Hong Kong's helpers to give back to the community
People can contribute to society in many ways. Willing helpers may assist an NGO in delivering hot meals to the elderly and the homeless.

Greece to act as bridge between Europe and China

Greece to act as bridge between Europe and China
- Greece's Parliament Speaker Nikos Voutsis sees Greece as a bridge between Europe and China whilst China-Greece cooperation could develop ...

Moscow, Beijing Discuss 72-Hour Visa-Free Transit for Chinese in Russian Cities

Moscow, Beijing Discuss 72-Hour Visa-Free Transit for Chinese in Russian Cities
- Russia and China are currently working on an agreement to introduce a 72-hour visa-free transit stay in major Russian cities for ...



New York and London, the most influential cities in the world

New York and London, the most influential cities in the world
- At 21 years after China took over Hong Kong from UK, the city remains one of the largest financial centers in Asia is also an important seaport.

China could beat the US in a race to get solar power from highways

China could beat the US in a race to get solar power from highways
- China is starting to find more success with solar highway projects than the US ... a problem that has become a health epidemic in many Chinese cities.

China faces slowdown as domestic demand cools

China faces slowdown as domestic demand cools
- Credit availability in the country has also been falling fast. Harsh rules on pollution, introduced in a bid to make China's smog-hit cities more healthy, ...

More experienced overseas Chinese professionals returning to China: LinkedIn

More experienced overseas Chinese professionals returning to China: LinkedIn
In addition to first-tier cities like Beijing and Shanghai, emerging first-tier cities like Hangzhou and Chengdu are popular destinations for haigui to ...