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President-elect Tsai Ing-wen waves at supporters at DPP headquarters on Jan. 16, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Taiwanese Diplomat: Chinese Antagonism Targets Tsai Ing-wen Administration

Presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte (center) flocked by supporters and members of the media while on his way to cast his vote in a polling precinct on May 9, 2016 in Davao City, Philippines.
Change of Plans: The Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte Wants Multilateral Talks with China on South China Sea Dispute

Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca is at the center of the massive document leak involving the world's rich and powerful.
Panama Papers Law Firm Apologizes to Chinese Bank

Apple has lost a legal grapple with a local leather company over the iPhone trademark.
Apple Set to Bring iPhone Trademark Case to China's Highest Court

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Tsai Ing-wen, from the pro-independence DPP, is Taiwan's new president-elect.
China Keeps a Sharp Eye on Taiwan's New President-elect Tsai Ing-wen

South Korea and the United States have joined forces to study the viability of deploying a powerful missile system called the THAAD in the U.S. military base in the ROK.
China and Russia Will Hold Anti-missile Drills Amid US-South Korea Talks in Deploying THAAD

Li Yanhong, also known as Robin Li, president of Baidu
China to Crack Down on Online Advertising and E-commerce Amid Baidu Probe

President-elect Tsai Ing-wen waves at supporters at DPP headquarters on Jan. 16, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
President Xi Jinping Warns Against Taiwan Independence After Landmark KMT Meeting Anniversary

Apple has lost a legal grapple with a local leather company over the iPhone trademark.
Apple Still Seeks Revenue from China Amid iPhone Trademark Loss

Apple has lost a legal grapple with a local leather company over the iPhone trademark.
Apple Loses Trademark Bout Against Leather Company in China

Philippine frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte is dubbed as
The Philippines' Choice: Will Rodrigo Duterte Lead the Country to Growth?

Li Yanhong, also known as Robin Li, president of Baidu
Qihoo 360 Stops All Medical Service Ads Amid Baidu Probe

Same-sex marriage supporters celebrate the U.S Supreme Court ruling regarding same-sex marriage on June 26, 2015 in San Francisco, California.
US Consul General Marries Same-sex Partner, Stirring Mixed Reactions from Chinese Netizens

China wants more positive views on economy from financial journalists.
China Censors Economists' Comments on the Country's Finances

President Xi Jinping clarifies the purpose of the CPC's new rule banning
Chinese President Xi on CPC's Ban on 'Baseless Comments': New Rule Seeks to Keep Anyone from 'Singing Out of Tune'

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