Thursday, 17th, 2019 | 2:25PM Updated

One intriguing factor regarding the experiment is its inclusion of barley--an ingredient that did not flourish as a food staple in China at the time the recipe was made until much later.
Stanford University Students Create Beer Using 5,000-Year-Old Recipe from China

Fierce opposition backed by trade unions and Mahinda Rajapaksa, former president of Sri Lanka, hamper the billion-dollar investment.
China: ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ Not Front for Military Plans in Sri Lanka Port

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi discussed with his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop.
Chinese Foreign Minister: China, US Conflict a Lose-Lose Game

Beijing mayor Cai Qi plans to curb the capital's population, property expansion, and air pollution to sustainable levels.
A Leaner Beijing: Mayor Cai Qi Eyes Less Construction, Population Cap

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Members of Chinese spiritual group Falun Gong condemn the Chinese government's persecution against them, which includes forceful organ harvesting on many of its detained members.
Vatican Organ Trafficking Summit: China Participation Defended, Country Claims Transplant Reforms

India formally protested against China’s move to technically hold Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammad leader Masood Azhar’s designation as an international terrorist in the UN Security Council.
India Files Diplomatic Protest vs China, Says Block on Masood Azhar UN Ban Intentional

Curbing outflows stands as a practical move to keep the yuan stable, what with the crash threatened by the Aug. 2015 conundrum.
Investing in China: Capital Outflow Restrictions a Bane to Foreign Investment?

Violence against judges in China is not that few and far between, and the murder of Fu Mingsheng is by no means a peculiar case.
South China Ex-Judge Murdered by Defendant in 1994 Divorce Case

Vicente de Paula Neto, the first foreign footballer to have played more than 300 games in China, signed a contract extension with his current club, Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard.
Chinese Football’s Longest-Serving Foreigner Vicente de Paula Neto Signs Deal Extension

With more amusement parks than the U.S., which only has around 400, China has a relatively poor safety record for rides.
Killer Rides: China’s Booming Amusement Park Industry Reopens Can of Worms on Safety Issues

Assisted reproduction is expected to grow in popularity in China due to the two-child policy, which now allows couples to have a second child.
Chinese Woman Gives Birth to Baby No. 2 via Frozen Embryo

Over 100 cases of bird flu have been reported in China since late last year.
H7N9 Bird Flu Update: Cities in Hunan Province Latest to Suspend Live Poultry Trade

Taiwan has long relied on its companies like Foxconn to perform initiatives via incorporation in other countries.
An Uphill Battle: Taiwan Sets Sights on Southeast Asia for Trade, Eyes Lesser Dependence on China

Avoid blunders and impress locals by remembering tourist etiquette.
Crying Over Soy Milk? Lijiang Waiters Attack Tourists Over Scuffle on Beverage

China continues to press India to help Wang Qi, an ex-Chinese Army surveyor who got stuck in India for 54 years, return to his homeland.
China Exerts All Efforts to Bring Ex-Soldier Back Home from India

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