Monthly Archives: July 2016

All-female patrol at the summit of their powers

An all-female team has been formed to patrol the West Lake in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, and welcome visitors before the G20 Summit that will be held in the city in September.

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Party must lead as government is modernized

In China, governance refers to the action, manner and power of governing, for which a good political system and good political order are needed.

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RULING IS NULL AND VOID

China would not rule out the option of setting up an air defense identification zone over the South China Sea if it felt threatened, according to a senior Chinese diplomat.

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Allure of red lips, black eyes and cold steel

At the Summer Davos of the World Economic Forum in Tianjin recently, a young corporate executive appeared utterly bewitched by an attractive young Chinese woman in a traditional white robe.

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S China Sea video plays in Times Square

A three-minute video promoting China’s historical role and standing in the South China Sea is playing in Times Square.

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Apple revenue falls in Greater China region

Apple Inc’s revenue from the Greater China region fell 33 percent year over year as the tech giant reported earnings for its fiscal third quarter on Tuesday.

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