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46 Washington: Asking China to address the grievances of the Tibetan community, the US on Friday said it wants to see "tragic acts of self-immolation to come to an end" in the Himalayan region. China should allow Tibetans to express their grievances
Recent stirrings in the Chinese TV scene have pointed that the Chinese TV drama The Legend of Zhenhuan , or Empresses in the Palace , may be headed West...The Chinese TV drama, with its critical and meticulous display of the intrigue between emperor'
Lingering security concerns over the sale of a bankrupt U.S. battery company to a Chinese automaker were re-aired during a classified briefing Thursday afternoon, FoxNews.com has learned. Those attending included members of the Senate Banking
Today's generation, born after those crushed protests, has no interest in politics, only in getting on and making money.' Photograph: Diego Azubel/EPA As luck would have it, I was in Beijing when word came of China's apparent hacking of the New York
Last week, Open Democracy Russia ran a very good series of articles on relations between Russia and China. One was especially interesting for EurasiaNet readers, about choices that the Central Asian states are having to make between integration with
The United States International Trade Commission said on Thursday it launched a patent probe into Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp the second investigation into Chinese telecom equipment makers since August. The investigation will focus on
Chinese citizens' fundamental right to political participation was denied in the selection of their new top leaders, the seven members of the new Standing Committee of the politburo led by Xi Jinping, it said. Despite these limits, citizens were
China wants India to put behind the 1962 war as an "unfortunate" thing of the past and that the two countries should strengthen their military ties including formalising a border management pact under which their troops will not fire at each other.
2/1/2013 by Clarence Tsui Getty After courting controversy in recent months for nationalistic outbursts, the actor earns a seat in the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. With his latest film CZ12 winning a string of weekends at the
A top American Tibetan leader has said that while people in China are enjoying comparatively more freedom, Tibet is increasingly being turned into one big prison and Tibetans are being treated as second grade citizens.