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To compensate for the loss of livelihood, locals of the island have resorted to ecotourism to help alleviate the hunger and poverty in the community.
China-Philippines Diplomatic Ties to Get Stronger with Upcoming Talks on Maritime Dispute

Talks on maritime dispute are scheduled by the two countries in May, strengthening China-Philippines diplomatic ties.

Yunnan Province receives a combined total of more than 430 million tourists from within China and outside the country.
Local Govt Issues Harsher Regulations to Crack Down on Tourism Scams in Yunnan

China’s top tourist destination, the local government of Yunnan Province is rolling out a string or regulations and kickbacks to lessen and punish tourism scams in the region, Xinhua News Agency reported.

China-EU trade
China Tries to Court European Union Trade Partners

Donald Trump’s current stance on globalization and trade negotiations is pulling China and the European Union closer than before, an article by Reuters reported.

President Xi’s state visit, which will run for three days, was upon the invitation of Sauli Niinisto, the president of Finland.
China Poised to Assume Leadership Role in Global Economy

China is in a position wherein it can fully assume the leadership role in global economy, unless the United States decides to halt its pivot to protectionism, the Straits Times reported.

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New Charter Service from Pyongyang Launched Amid Tensions

Amid tensions on the Korean Peninsula, a new charter service from Pyongyang to Dandong was launched on Tuesday.

AMTI's satellite photo shows structures built on Subi Reef.
AMTI: China Can Launch Warplanes Anytime from South China Sea Islands

The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI) released satellite photos showing that Chinese warplanes can be launched from the Fiery Cross, Subi and Mischief Reefs in the Spratly Islands.

Armed Chinese commandos train in water on March 30, 2016 in Chuzhou, Anhui Province of China.
China's Military Holds Myanmar Border Drills Amid Tensions

The Chinese military carried out a series of drills along the border with Myanmar on Tuesday, a move observers see as a show of force that strengthens its resolve to protect its people, the country’s state-owned Xinhua News Agency said, following clashes between Myanmar security forces and ethnic rebels.

Senior Vice Minister Jiro Akama is the first Japanese official to visit Taiwan after 45 years.
China Slams Japan for Minister’s Visit to Taiwan, Accuses Tokyo of ‘Double Dealing’

Senior Vice Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Jiro Akama went to Taiwan to attend a tourism promotion event.

Chinese Man Shot Dead at a Police Killing in Paris
Chinese Man Shot Dead at Police Killing in Paris; China Demands Explanation

The Chinese government wants an explanation on a police killing in Paris where a Chinese man was shot dead.

Chinese residents in New Zealand welcome the arrival of Premier Li Keqiang.
Expert: Nurture China Trade with New Zealand, Stop Racist Treatment

To enhance the relationship between China and New Zealand, a corporate law expert said that Kiwis should stop the racist treatment of Chinese people in the country.

CPC's Education Campaign on Party Management
CPC Central Committee: Education Campaign on Party Management Must Be Institutionalized

On Tuesday, the CPC Central Committee appealed to institutionalize the ongoing education campaign on Party management.

Forbes Magazine
A Chinese Firm Offers to Buy Forbes

An acquisitive Chinese firm offers to buy Forbes through the purchase of a controlling stake in the owner of the magazine’s publisher.

Queensland hopes to attract more Chinese tourists this year.
To Boost Queensland Tourism, Investment Delegation Led by Minister Kate Jones Visits China

Queensland is intensifying its efforts to boost its tourism economy. An investment delegation is currently in China to seal deals that will attract more Chinese tourists to the Australian state.

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David Beckham’s Social Media Post on Hong Kong Visit Sparks Online Debate

As the newest TV presenter of Chinese TV station CETV, former football superstar David Beckham flies to China to tape a sports show. It required travels to China with likely stopovers in Hong Kong.

President Xi’s state visit, which will run for three days, was upon the invitation of Sauli Niinisto, the president of Finland.
Experts Ponder on Possible Third Term for Chinese President Xi Jinping

Experts are wondering whether Xi Jinping could eventually seek a third term as China's president.

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