Wednesday, 28th, 2017 | 3:06PM Updated

South Korean protesters burn an effigy of a North Korean missile.
China Calls for Restraint as US Strikers Fly Closer to North Korea; Beijing Intensifies Defense

As U.S. strike groups move closer to North Korea, China calls for restraint as it also strengthens its own line of defense.

Workers check the grid-connected photovoltaic system built on an abandoned mine at Chihe Town in Chuzhou, Anhui Province.
Innovative Technologies: Made in Anhui Province

Anhui Province in East China has been busy making a wide range of innovative technologies, according to an article by Xinhua. These developments represent broad leaps in a variety of fields, including communication, medicine, agriculture and education.

Typhoon Sarika hits Hainan.
Chinese Officials Promote Earthquake Insurance to Cover Disaster Losses

Communities and businesses affected by floods in central and southern China are still struggling to rebuild their lives from the second costliest disaster in 2016, according to an article by Reuters.

Dalai Lama leaving Tawang after a four-day visit.
Places Renamed by China Shown to Have Links to Dalai Lama

Six places in Arunachal Pradesh have recently been renamed by China, according to an article by the Press Trust of India (PTI). Some experts have pointed out that these places are connected to Tibet or the Dalai Lama.

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One Belt, One Road trade route
Security Firms Look Forward to Providing Services Along China’s Silk Road

Numerous rivals in the security industry are now looking for ways to ensure opportunities to operate along China’s planned modern-day Silk Road, according to a report by The Star Online.

China-Philippines relations
Chinese Tourists to Revitalize Philippine Tourism; More Chinese Expected to Arrive in Next 5 Years

China found a new best friend in the Philippines and more tourists are expected to arrive in Manila.

China-U.S. Talks to Resolve North Korean Crisis
North Korea Warns China of ‘Catastrophic Consequences’ for Favoring the US

The North Korean government has issued a warning to China, saying that it would suffer "catastrophic consequences" for siding with the U.S., the Daily Star reported.

New Myanmar Oil Pipeline
New Myanmar Oil Pipeline Seen to Reduce China’s Reliance on US-Influenced Oil Supply

The opening of the new Myanmar oil pipeline, which stretches 770 kilometers from Kyaukpyu in western Myanmar to China’s border, is expected to reduce China’s reliance on oil supplies that pass through U.S.-influenced sea lanes, giving the country greater energy security.

Investors view stock prices displayed on computers at a securities company, June 25, 2007, in Chongqing Municipality, China.
Chinese Investment Abroad Drops Sharply in First Quarter: Report

Overseas mergers and acquisitions by Chinese businesses slipped in the first quarter of this year as government regulators stepped in to stem the reckless growth in the sector, according to a report released by international accounting and auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) last Thursday.

38North footage shows that North Korea is in a tactical rest.
More Chinese Bombers Poise for War as North Korea Nuclear Tests Loom

U.S. intelligence released reports that Beijing prepared more bombers and heightened alert as North Korea announced that they will be conducting more nuclear tests on April 22.

China's State Council
China’s $55 Billion Tax Break to Favor Farmers, Small Firms

China’s State Council has approved 380 billion yuan ($55 billion) in tax relief on Wednesday, April 19, which is expected to benefit farmers and small businesses, according to a report by

Beijing Raises Fares On Public Transport
Video Of Subway Brawl in China Involving Foreigner Becomes Viral

Chinese netizens angry at the rude behavior of a Caucasian foreigner inside a subway train in China are pushing for the man’s deportation. The male foreigner sitting on the floor of a south-bound train in Beijing at around 8:20 a.m. during rush hour made a local man talk to the foreigner in English to stand up instead so space would be available for other passengers.

Zhang said he was inspired to seek asylum in Taiwan by the campaign of Lee Ching-yu (pictured, center) to
Chinese Activist Who Sought Asylum in Taiwan Returns to China

Taiwan’s government said on Wednesday that the Chinese activist Zhang Xiangzhong, who intended to apply for asylum in the country, had voluntarily returned to China after meeting with immigration officials, sparing the island nation from a potential diplomatic tangle with its mainland neighbor.

Trump: Korea was
Trump Makes False Claim, Says Korea was a ‘Part of China’

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week, U.S. President Trump said that Korea “used to be a part of China.”

Fishing Folk Custom Tourism Festival Held In Wenzhou
Doctors Find Eel inside Guangzhou Man’s Stomach The Patient Inserted Via Anus To Cure Constipation

The anus has been used as a place where criminals often hide illegal drugs or stolen goods like jewelry especially if the people smuggling these items go through airports. However, in China, a man inserted something into his anus not because he was bringing with him contraband items.

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