Monday, 16th, 2018 | 11:53PM Updated

A man uses a toilet roll machine.
China Utilizes Facial Recognition Technology to Regulate Toilet Paper Use

China is now using facial recognition technology to limit the toilet paper use of tourists.

Ads of Cherry Coke cans featuring Warren Buffett's likeness have begun to circulate in China.
Cherry Coke Cans Featuring Warren Buffett’s Face Launch in China

Billionaire Warren Buffett’s face now graces the cans of Cherry Coke in China, as Coca-Cola Co. aims to capitalize on its biggest and most famous investor.

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Xi Jinping Leadership Tries to Win Over Jared Kushner

The Xi Jinping leadership is trying to win over U.S. President Trump’s senior political adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, according to New York Times.

Confucius statue
Confucius Institute Hosts Microfilm Festival to Boost China-Indonesia Ties

The Confucius Institute at the University of Al Azhar Indonesia hosted a microfilm festival to strengthen China-Indonesia ties.

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The command and control hall of the Xichang Satellite Launch Center
BeiDou Expansion to Cover Entire Southeast Asian Region

China’s homegrown GPS plans to go global starting with BeiDou expansion covering the whole Southeast Asian region.

Beverage manufacturer Baiju was saved by Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign.
China’s Corruption Crackdown Good for Businesses; Companies Save on Cost of Paying Huge Bribes

The crackdown on corruption has made companies reap higher profits because they are no longer compelled to bribe government officials.

Westinghouse Electric is one of the companies that were attacked by Chinese hackers.
Trump Unable to Stop Hacking of US Businesses and Protect America’s Cybersecurity

Many American companies believe that President Trump will not be able to stop China from hacking U.S. businesses.

Chinese representative to the U.N. Liu Jieyi
China Appeals for More Intensive UN Health Policy on Autism Among Migrants

Chinese representative to the U.N. appealed that autism among migrants to be discussed within the U.N. health policy’s broader context.

President Xi and President Donald Trump will be meeting at the Mar-a-Lago Resort in Florida.
China to US Prior to Mar-a-Lago Meeting: Respect Trade Agreements, Ensure Mutual Benefits

Prior to the meeting of President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping in Florida, China’s Ministry of Commerce tells the White House to respect international trade rules.

There are more Chinese tourists who go to smaller U.S. cities like Washington, D.C., and Boston.
Boston Establishments Create Chinese-Friendly Tourism; Chinese Travelers to US on the Rise

More Chinese tourists are flocking to the United States and the city of Boston makes sure that they feel welcome.

President Xi Jinping extends his deep condolences to the families affected by the landslides that hit Mocoa, Colombia.
President Xi Jinping Sends Message of Condolences to Colombia over Devastating Floods, Landslides

President X Jinping expressed sympathy as Colombia was hit by devastating landslides on Saturday. The disaster took the lives of over 200 people.

Eradicate Poverty by 2020
Reality-Based Efforts and Down-to-Earth Attitude Needed to Eradicate Poverty by 2020

China’s goal to eradicate poverty by 2020 can be achieved provided that the government exerts efforts based reality and with a down-to-earth attitude.

People gather during a demonstration for justice on the Place de la Republique (Republic's Square) on March 30, 2017 following the death of Chinese Liu Shaoyo during a police intervention.
Chinese Community in Paris Mourns for Chinese Man Killed by Police

On Sunday, the Chinese community in Paris gathered to mourn for Liu Shaoyao, the Chinese man killed by police last week.

The 14th Dalai Lama flees from Tibet to India across the Himalayas, following a failed uprising against the Chinese occupation, 1959. He is riding a white pony, third from the right.
China: Dalai Lama Fled to India After 'Failed Armed Rebellion'

China said that the Dalai Lama fled from Tibet to India after a “failed armed rebellion” in 1959.

Rare dog breed? Not quite. They’re Chow Chow remarkably groomed to become “panda dogs,” a huge demand in China. Some of these dogs attract attention on Orchard Road, Singapore.
By 2020, Booming China Pet Food Market to Be Worth 150 Billion Yuan

The pet food market in China continues to thrive and is projected to become a hundred-billion yuan industry in 2020. The number of pet owners has risen throughout the years, and many spend as much as they can afford to on pet food and services.

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