Wednesday, 29th, 2017 | 2:53PM Updated

South Korea Announces Site of THAAD Deployment
South Koreans Now Dislike China More Than Japan

South Koreans now dislike China more than Japan due to the opposition to its THAAD anti-missile system.

Review Process for Foreign Investment
Chinese Deals with US Startups Worrying US Amid Release of New White Paper

The U.S. government, especially the Pentagon, has expressed concern over deals made by state-owned Chinese companies with U.S. startups, following the release of a new white paper distributed to senior officials of the Trump administration last week.

UAE hopes to boost its tourism economy via the promotional roadshow, Visit UAE.
'Visit UAE' Takes Place in China on March 27-28 to Promote UAE Tourism

"Visit UAE" will be returning to China for its second year. The promotional roadshow event eyes to boost UAE culture and tourism.

Nationalist Chinese stage a rally in protest against the THAAD weapons deployment.
Beijing-Seoul Relations: China Promotes Boycott of South Korean Goods as Seoul Allows THAAD Deployment by US

China has encouraged the boycott of South Korean goods. This is in line with South Korea's move of allowing the U.S. to deploy THAAD on its soil.

This page will have NATIVE ADS
King Salman of Saudi Arabia visits China.
Chinese Politics: Beijing Engages with West Asia Rivals

China has recently engaged with West Asian nations that are known to be the rivals of each other. The country has inked agreements and fostered partnerships with Syria, Israel, Iran and Saudi Arabia.

The conflict between the groups threatens the peace Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has promised minorities living in that region of the country.
To Prevent Damage in Diplomatic Ties, China Takes Action on Myanmar Rebels

China has taken an action against Myanmar rebels, suspending a Chinese bank account they use to solicit funds. The move is seen as a way to prevent any damage to the diplomatic ties between the two countries.

China's real estate and construction sectors account for 8 percent the world's carbon emissions.
China's Real Estate Developers Initiate Green Index to Help Fight Climate Change

China's real estate developers have recently initiated a green index. This marks the first time that the players in the real estate sector teamed up to take action against climate change.

Chinese Troops Marched in Pakistan Day Parade
Chinese Troops in Pakistan Day Parade -- A Symbol of Growing China-Pakistan Ties

Chinese troops, along with Saudi and Turkish troops, marched for the first time in the Pakistan Day Parade. The presence of the Chinese troops is a symbol of the growing China-Pakistan ties.

Microsoft founder and Gates Foundation chairman Bill Gates.
China Partners with Gates Foundation to Curb Poverty

China’s poverty reduction regulatory body on Friday entered an agreement with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to bolster the country’s campaign against poverty.

Giant panda Bao Bao plays in her outdoor habitat at the Smithsonian's National Zoo, Feb. 21, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
US-born Panda Bao Bao Makes Public Debut in China

The U.S.-born giant panda Bao Bao has appeared in public for the first time in eastern China’s Sichuan Province on Friday.

China's sea level obtained a record-high increase because of climate change.
China Records Highest Sea Level Since 1980: State Oceanic Administration

The State Oceanic Administration remarked in its report that China has reached its highest sea level in three decades. This is mainly caused by climate change and the El Niño and La Niña events.

Central Bank of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
$29 Billion Stimulus Package to Support Taiwan Economy

On Thursday, Taiwan revealed an 882.4 billion Taiwan dollar ($29 billion) stimulus package to boost the country’s export-driven economy in the midst of uncertainty from the U.S. and China.

Hebei's air pollution level is reaching critical numbers.
Hebei to Address Pollution Problem by Building Green Necklace of Trees

As part of China’s green development, the Beijing government will plant a ring of trees around the city.

Historical structures in Dalian are due for demolition.
Government Sued for Dalian Demolition and Removal of Russian Architecture

Structures in the oldest street in Dalian are set for demolition. These old Japanese and Russian-inspired buildings were constructed when Dalian was a major port city.

In Case You Missed It

Real Time Analytics