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The fact that Ivanka Trump is also an attractive, fashionable woman has made her some sort of an icon for young Chinese women.
More Young Chinese Professionals Worship Ivanka as 'Goddess'

Ivanka Trump’s image in the United States is that of a controversial woman embroiled in her father’s business and politics. It’s a different picture in China, however, as more and more Chinese become fans of Donald Trump’s eldest daughter, the Boston Globe reported.

ChemChina acquires Swiss seed technology company Syngenta to end food insecurity in China.
ChemChina Rules Sygenta Takeover to Establish Food Security

ChemChina bought seed technology company Syngenta in its effort to establish a more legitimate food market.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
American Public Sees China as 'Non-Threat' to Trade but Willing to Use Force Against North Korea

According to latest research findings, the American public thinks that trade with China is beneficial to the U.S. economy.

People watch a television screen showing a breaking news on North Korea's long-range rocket launch at Seoul Station on Feb. 7, 2016, in Seoul, South Korea.
North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile Ahead of Xi-Trump Meeting

North Korea has reportedly test-fired what appeared to be a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan on Tuesday, according to South Korea and the U.S. military.

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China's Worsening Air Pollution Problem
China to Conduct One-Year Air Quality Inspections

China’s MEP has announced on Wednesday that the country’s northern cities will undergo year-long air quality inspections.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
North Korea Now a 'Strategic Liability for China' After Missile Tests in Sea of Japan: United States

According to the White House, North Korea is now a "strategic liability for China." The remarks come after Pyongyang did missile tests in the Sea of Japan.

Rallyists in Manila protest over the presence of Chinese research vessels in the Benham Rise.
China Respects Philippines' Stand on Benham Rise; Sovereign Rights to Be Upheld

The Philippines' claim to sovereignty over the Benham Rise will be respected by China, according to the acting Philippine Foreign Affairs Secretary.

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China, ASEAN Make Advancement on Code of Conduct for Disputed Waters

China and the ASEAN have made advancements in talks on a code of conduct for disputed waters, according to Philippine acting foreign minister.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
Experts: China Economy Preparing Ahead of Xi-Trump Meeting, May Overturn Trump Policies

Global economists said that the Chinese economy is beefing up and ready to defend itself against arguments set out by U.S. President Donald Trump.

Chinese Authorities Are Putting Pressure on Churches
Chinese Christians Oppose Installation of Anti-Terror Cameras

The local government of Wenzhou has ordered the installation of anti-terror cameras. Chinese Christians protested, leaving some of them injured.

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Chinese Tourists Pluck Peacock Feathers at Badaling Wildlife Park

Chinese tourists continue to misbehave again. The latest incident involves visitors at the Badaling Wildlife Park in Beijing during the Tomb Sweeping Day holiday.

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China Wants 80% of Population to Speak Mandarin by 2020

China will implement a program to enable 80 percent of its citizens to be able to speak Mandarin by 2020.

President Xi’s state visit, which will run for three days, was upon the invitation of Sauli Niinisto, the president of Finland.
Xi’s Finland Visit Expected to Increase Mutual Trust and Cooperation

President Xi Jinping and First Lady Peng Liyuan arrived at Helsinki Airport on Tuesday afternoon, April 4, for President Xi’s scheduled state visit in Finland, China Daily reported. The state visit is hoped to improve mutual trust, bilateral ties, and cooperation between China and Finland.

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Trump Uses Abortions in China to Cut Funding for UN Agency

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the United Nations’ agency for family planning and maternal health, will take a massive blow on its funding as U.S. cuts $32.5 million from budget, NPR reported on Tuesday, April 4.

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