Monthly Archives: August 2017

China pushes back ‘economic war’ talk from WH’s Bannon

Beijing on Thursday rebuffed comments by White House chief strategist Steve Bannon that China and the US are in an “economic war”.

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Xi, Dunford talk stability of region

President Xi Jinping described the ups and downs of China-US ties by saying, “A rainbow appears after winds and tides”, and added the two sides should treat each other with sincerity and kindness, have closer contacts and properly tackle disagreements.

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‘Comfort women’ film a sleeper hit

A documentary film on the lives of 22 sex slaves in China who survived World War II has become an unlikely hit. Su Beiqi, the head of the film’s promotional team, said they expected the low-budget documentary, Twenty Two, which was shown on just 1 percent of China’s 45,000 screens on its opening day Monday, […]

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Economy strong going into 2nd half

The Chinese economy is expected to remain resilient in the second half, as continued efforts to promote economic transformation will support the economy as it bottoms out, experts said.

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PLA, US military to work together

Top Chinese and US military officials agreed to further develop military relations and exchanges amid growing tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

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IMF raises China forecast, sees risks

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised China’s growth prospect but warned of medium-term risks and called for accelerated reforms.

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