Monday, 26th, 2017 | 11:31PM Updated

Japan is beefing up its self-defense systems in response to increasing Chinese presence over the East China Sea.
Japanese Self-Defense Forces Muscle Up Due to China Threat on East China Sea

Japan is increasing its number of jets as China is increasing military presence in the south of Japan.

U.S. stealth fighters and F-22 jets fly over North Korea.
China-North Korea Alliance to Remain Strong Amid High Tensions in Korean Peninsula

China will remain as North Korea’s strongest ally despite the growing tensions with the U.S.

China's Chief Climate Negotiator Xie Zhenhua
BASIC Countries Create 'Important Contributions' to Paris Agreement

The BASIC countries, composed of Brazil, South Africa, India and China, have created “important contributions” to the Paris Agreement, according to Xie Zhenhua.

Yahoo is being sued by Chinese dissidents to pay for a fund promised in 2012.
Yahoo Sued for Not Paying Chinese Dissidents, Keeping Financial Aid to Activists Unfulfilled

A group of Chinese dissidents is suing Yahoo for not financing a fund that is supposed to help Chinese activists.

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Mexico-China Air Link
Mexico Hopes to Boost Tourism with New Mexico-China Air Link

China Southern Airlines inaugurated a flight connecting Guangzhou and Mexico City, its first route to Latin America. Mexico hopes to promote its tourism to China with the new route.

South Korea retrieves a piece of the nuclear missile launched by North Korea.
Chinese State Media Confirms 150,000 Deployed Troops to North Korean Border

China has deployed 150,000 troops to the North Korean border after Pyongyang orders the launch of a fifth nuclear missile test.

U.S. President Donald Trump holds a news conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the East Room of the White House April 12, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Trump Won’t Label China as Currency Manipulator

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said his administration will no longer label China as a currency manipulator, backing away from one of his key campaign pledges even as he said the U.S. dollar was "getting too strong" and will eventually hurt the economy.

South Korean officials point to the screen to show seismic waves from North Korea at the Korea Meteorological Administration center on Jan. 6, 2016, in Seoul, South Korea.
China Warns North Korea to Halt Nuke Tests or Face US Military Might

China issued a blunt warning to North Korea on Wednesday, telling its longtime ally not to conduct nuclear weapons or missile tests or potentially face military action from the U.S.

U.S. Beef Exports
Expansion of US Beef Exports to China a 'Big Prize,' Spicer Says

White House spokesman Sean Spicer calls the expansion of U.S. beef exports to China a “big prize.” The expansion was discussed during the recent Xi-Trump meeting.

Chinese soldiers march past the Id Kah Mosque, China's largest, on July 31, 2014, in Kashgar, China.
Chinese Official Demoted for Not Smoking in Front of Religious Elders in Muslim-Majority Province

A government official in northwest China has reportedly been demoted for his "timidity in fighting against religious extremism" after refusing to smoke in front of religious elders.

Chinese Navy Defends the Gulf of Aden
Netizens Salute Chinese Navy for Rescuing Ship from Pirates in Gulf of Aden

Social media users praise the Chinese navy after successfully rescuing a ship hijacked by pirates in Gulf of Aden.

United Airlines Overbooked Flight Incident
Chinese Social Media Blows Up, Calls Viral Footage a Case of Racism

Chinese social media users react with anger over a viral footage of an Asian man being dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight. Netizens condemned the racist incident, calling people to boycott the airline.

Beijing State Security
Expose a Spy, Get Half a Million Yuan in Cash in Beijing

Beijing is offering people who can give information about foreign spies and their espionage activities with up to half a million renminbi (more than $72,000), Beijing newspapers reported on Monday, April 10.

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4 Celebrities Who Love Playing Poker

4 Celebrities Who Love Playing Poker

Silk Road Freight Train from Britain
First Silk Road Freight Train from Britain to China Embarks on Its Journey

The first Silk Road freight train from Britain to China has departed on Monday. The train carries a variety of British products.

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