Monthly Archives: October 2016

Ministers pledge early trade deal

The trade ministers of China, Japan and South Korea have vowed to push negotiations to reach an early agreement on a free trade deal between the Asian powerhouses, it was announced on Sunday.

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Smart city project transforms residents’ lives

Wuxi has spared no efforts in developing itself into a smart city in recent years in an effort to deal with the challenges created by rapid urbanization and economic growth.

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Two-child policy working, birthrate figures show

When China relaxed its four-decade one-child policy at the start of 2016, there were a variety of predictions on whether the change in family planning rules would encourage enough people to have a second child.

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China Garden breaks ground in DC – finally

After more than a decade in the planning, ground was finally broken on what will be the largest Chinese garden in North America. The ceremony took place on Oct 28 inside the US National Arboretum in Washington, less than 3 miles from Capitol Hill.

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After his Nobel, Dylan eyes trip to China

Bob Dylan says he not only wants to attend the Nobel Prize ceremony in December, but he also hopes to return to China.

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Party ramps up supervision

The strict governance of the Communist Party of China has entered a new era with two regulations passed at a key meeting on Thursday, paving the way for the Party’s national congress next year and its future development.

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