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An Oppo mascot is seen in the stands during the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 match between Sri Lanka and West Indies at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium on March 20, 2016 in Bangalore, India.
Beijing Asks Chinese Companies to Respect Indian Laws and Customs After the Oppo Incident

Beijing has asked Chinese companies to respect Indian laws and customs following the controversy involving a Chinese national working at Oppo’s office in India.

North Korea Coal
North Korea Coal Imports Increased by 40 Percent in February

The value of North Korea coal imported by China increased by almost 40 percent in February, the same period Beijing pledged to put the trade on hold due to nuclear and missile threats.

Vice Premier Wang Qishan is the chief of China's anti-corruption watchdog.
China Hunts for Political Fugitives Overseas and Forces Them to Return Home

President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption drive is now reaching out to catch political fugitives overseas.

SF Express
Shenzhen Stock Exchange Listing of SF Express Makes Wang Wei 4th Richest Man in China

Going public for a company by launching an initial public offering is one way for a business to become a billionaire or one of the country’s richest persons. Wang Wei, founder of SF Express in China, for instance, is now the fourth wealthiest man in China after the deliveries company he established listed at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

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Chinese authorities have decided to tear down 3,225 homes at Larung Gar by April 30.
More Tibetan Buddhist Institutions to Be Demolished in China

International human rights organizations are heeding China to stop the demolition of Tibetan Buddhist institutions, according to an article by Human Rights Watch.

Relations between China and Taiwan have gradually worsened since the election of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.
Missing Taiwanese Activist Revealed to Be Detained by China

Lee Ming-cheh, a Taiwanese NGO worker and human rights activist believed to have disappeared on March 19, was revealed to be under Chinese custody, The Guardian reported.

Brauer and his partner focused the study on deaths related to fine particulates, which are deeply embedded in Chinese-made goods.
Made-in-China Products Pose Threat to Safety, Environment

Products made in China may be cheap and plentiful, but they have also caused the death of over 700,000 people in 2007, USA Today reported.

Trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement.
China Keen on Taking the Lead on Climate Change

For years, China has been on the receiving end of reminders and scoldings from other nations, particularly the United States, when it comes to commitments to fight climate change. Nowadays, as the Trump administration undoes the climate change policies its predecessor has worked on, the roles have been reversed.

Kangaroos Dig Holes And Lie Down In Hangzhou Zoo
Video of Chinese Man Throwing Rocks at Kangaroos in Yangzhou Zoo Goes Viral

Misbehavior of Chinese tourists, whether they are in domestic destinations or overseas, continue. In the last few months, a lot of reports have been made about the wrong behavior, with a Chinese man throwing rocks at kangaroos the latest to be added.

The viral milk photo of then high-schooler Zhang
Thanks to Viral Milk Tea Photo, Chinese Mom Nancy Zetian Gets Endorsement Deal from Bubs Australia

Zhang "Nancy" Zetian has landed an endorsement deal for baby formula-maker Bubs Australia. The deal comes after a viral milk tea photo of her circulated on social media.

A shipment of fentanyl from China was intercepted in New York.
Underground Opiate Manufacturers in China Circulate New Synthetic Drug in the US

A new synthetic drug, produced by underground opiate manufacturers in China, is circulating in the U.S.

US Commends Chinese Government for Its Campaign Against Fentanyl Trade in China

A high-ranking U.S. official commended China for its dedication to the campaign against synthetic drugs, specifically fentanyl.

Christians Persecuted in China
Number of Christians Persecuted in China Increases, Report Says

A sharp rise in the number of Christians persecuted in China has been reported by a Christian charity.

Silk Road Race
Hangzhou-Expedia Partnership to Launch Silk Road Race

Hangzhou-Expedia partnership will launch Silk Road Race as a tourism campaign.

Pharmaceutical Enterprise Ablaze In Xi'an
Video of Women Falling from Burning Building Caught by Firefighters Goes Viral

On Saturday, firefighters in Zhejiang Province had a blaze to douse and women at the residential apartment’s sixth floor to rescue. It was the kind of heroic mission that firefighters are known for, more than freeing trapped genitals of adventurous men.

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