Friday, 18th, 2017 | 4:36AM Updated

Expats in China
Green Card Reforms in China Made to Attract More Expats, Experts

The Ministry of Public Security has started a series of green card reforms to invite more foreign talents to work in China.

See anything odd with these pictures? (L) A man restocks a vending machine inside Southwest Petroleum University in Nanchong, Sichuan Province. (R) The machine dispenses HIV test kits.
Vending Machine Sells HIV Test Kits; Chinese University Approves

A university in Harbin--only one of the many schools across China--supports a government-sponsored project of selling HIV test kits within the campus through a vending machine. The province’s CDC conducts the testing and reveals results in private.

American Foodie Tour
Social Media Contest Announced to Boost US Tourism

A five-week social media contest named “American Foodie Tour” was announced by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, aiming to boost U.S. tourism.

North Korea Missile Test
China Seen as Key to End North Korean Nuclear Crisis

China may play a major role in ending the North Korean nuclear crisis as it could boost sanctions with Pyongyang, beginning with Beijing-led negotiations on energy supplies, according to The Australian.

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Nepal-China Joint Military Exercises
First Nepal-China Military Drills Begin; India to Observe Closely

Sunday marked the launch of the first Nepal-China military drills, an action that may unnerve India.

Bike-Sharing in China
Bike-Sharing Promotes Healthy Urban Development

The boom of bike-sharing not only has revived China’s love for bikes, it has also encouraged healthy urban development.

Russian President Vladimir Putin Meets Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli
Russian President Vladimir Putin Will Attend Belt and Road Forum

Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed his attendance to the upcoming Belt and Road Forum in Beijing.

Xinhua Net
Xinhua-Alibaba Partnership to Transform Xinhua Net

Xinhua-Alibaba partnership is planned to transform Xinhua Net, aiming to cope with today’s mobile and smart media environment.

Chinese nannies are now in demand in families in the United States.
Childcare Market: More Families in US Turn to Chinese Nannies

More families in the U.S. have been seeking Chinese nannies. One of the most favored reasons is their ability to speak and expose children to Mandarin.

Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ)
Foreigners in Shanghai Can Now Get Green Cards by Submitting a Letter

Foreigners in Shanghai can avail of the most recent benefit from the Free Trade Zone (FTZ)--an easy application for a “green card.”

Russia on Syrian Crisis
China Advised US, Russia to Avoid Conflict on Crisis in Syria

China urged the US and Russia to evade disagreements in dealing with the crisis in Syria.

China-Palestine Relations
China Advocates Palestinian State, Pushes to Do More in Middle East Peace Process

China said on Thursday that a Palestinian state must be allowed. Palestine urged China to increase its efforts in the Middle East peace process.

Asians hold protests at the O'Hare Airport Terminal when a Vietnamese doctor was dragged off a United Airlines flight.
Asians Outraged and Accuse United Airlines of Racism for Flight Overbooking, Lack of Sympathy

The viral video of a Chinese doctor dragged by United Airlines ground staff went viral and has caused outrage among Asians all over the world.

Shanghai Pollution
Chinese Authorities Condemn Shanghai Pollution

Chinese officials criticized Shanghai for being sluggish in its efforts to curb the pollution in the city.

Dog and Cat Meat Banned in Taiwan
Taiwan’s Dog and Cat Meat Law Went Viral, Gained Mixed Reactions

The news of Taiwan’s dog and cat meat law went viral abroad. However, not everyone supports the law.

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