Sunday, 22nd, 2018 | 10:03PM Updated

Alibaba's APASS Club serves as the e-commerce firm's
Lazada vs Amazon: Tussle Between E-Commerce Giants Inevitable in Alibaba’s Expansion in Southeast Asia

The Chinese Super League is one of the biggest sports media rights prizes in the country.
Chinese Super League News: Debutant Carlos Tevez Scores Once, Assists Twice in Shanghai Shenhua’s 4-0 Routing of Jiangsu Suning

The India-China boundary dispute is nearing its conclusion, provided that Indian officials become more cooperative with their Chinese counterparts over Tawang, a district crucial to Tibetan Buddhism.
India-China Boundary Dispute: Both Countries Edge Closer to Final Settlement

According to a recently released guideline, CPC leadership should be enhanced in various aspects.
19th CPC Congress: Xi’s Dark Horse from Guizhou Groomed for Sudden Rise

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The new Ocean Skin commercial recently became one of the most talked about topics in Chinese social media.
New ‘Ocean Skin’ Ad Highlights Chinese Social Media Users’ Love Affair with Viral Thai Ads

At present, the plan to make potato a significant component of Chinese food is smoothly taking place.
China Potato Production Set for Boost as Current Five-Year Plan Designates Crop as ‘Fourth Staple’

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Shifting Tides: Can China Overtake US's South China Sea Fleet?

Describing the Communist Party’s religious policies as beneficial to many Tibetans, the Panchen Lama’s new year message spared no room for criticism.
China’s Panchen Lama Heaps Praise on Communist Party in Lunar New Year Message

China, with its 40 percent stake in South Sudanese oil, is in a prime place to lead efforts to end starvation in poverty-stricken South Sudan.
China in Pole Position to End Famine in South Sudan

Citing practical considerations, China reminded India that it needs to be more enterprising in its approach to allow their relations to grow further.
Chinese State Media: India Must Accept ‘Uneven’ Footing with China

Recently, China has shown signs of assertiveness, having stopped its purchase of coal imports from North Korea as well as going after Chinese nationals involved in unlawful North Korean transactions.
Future of China-North Korea Ties: Nuclear Strength or Economic Subsistence for ‘Rogue Korea?’

China engaged early in global free trade through its Treasure Fleet voyages, but pressure from political elites saw the country retract toward protectionism by the end of the 15th century.
Pushing for Global Free Trade: Lessons from China’s Past

As enthusiasm for winter sports among the Chinese grows in the lead-up to Beijing 2022, China's current delegation in this year’s Asian Winter Games are to watch out for.
China Names 236 Delegates for 8th Asian Winter Games

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) is considering to implement stricter rules to promote young local talent.
Chinese Football Association Mulls Stricter Rules to Promote Young Players

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) by foreign companies in China have featured such a pattern of changing from one slow-growing industry to an unfamiliar one that nonetheless promises rapid growth.
From Food to Cloud Computing? Chinese Companies Change Sectors to Escape Slow Growth

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