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Why Only Blame Nehru For India’s Defeat in 1962 War With China?

It’s easy today, when Indian capacities have increased manifold & we are a nuclear state – to criticise Nehru.

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China’s tactical play in Ladakh isn’t just about the boundary

China has amped up its presence along the Line of Actual Control around the same time that it is struggling with the Covid-19 induced surge in economic distress

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China's Crypto Is All About Tracing — and Power

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- The coronavirus has disrupted the world in very large ways. While that battle has been waged, however,

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Facial recognition helps reunite kidnapped toddler with family after 32 years

A Chinese man who was abducted as a toddler 32 years ago was finally reunited with his biological family Monday, with the help of facial recognition technology.

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Parents reunited with son abducted in 1988 and sold to adoptive family for $840

A Chinese man who was abducted as a toddler 32 years ago and sold to another family has been reunited

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Man abducted as child in China reunited with parents after 32 years

A Chinese man kidnapped as a toddler 32 years ago has been reunited with his biological parents, after police used

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The Billionaire Poker Club Behind China’s Most Indebted Developer

(Bloomberg) -- As billionaire Hui Ka Yan steers China’s most indebted real estate company through the worst economic slump in

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80 million Chinese may already be out of work. 9 million more will soon be competing for jobs, too

The pandemic all but shut down China for several weeks this year, wreaking havoc on the world's second largest economy and forcing millions of people out of work. The full scale of how many people have lost their jobs in the country is hard to capture, but even the official tally has started to register a spike.

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Veteran Chinese diplomat and Mao Zedong’s interpreter dies

BEIJING — Ji Chaozhu, a veteran Chinese diplomat who provided English translation for leaders from Mao Zedong to Deng Xiaoping and served as an undersecretary of the United Nations, has died, the foreign ministry said. He was 90.Ji had also served as ambassador to Britain over the course of a lengthy career that began after he left Harvard University to return to China during the Korean War when U.S. and Chinese troops engaged in vicious combat.After briefly studying at the prestigious Tsinghua University, he was assigned by dint of his fluent English to assist with the peace talks at the village of Panmunjon between the warring sides.That led to a job as an interpreter

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China steps up virus tests

BEIJING: Chinese tech giant Sina set up a special room in its Beijing office for workers to be tested for the coronavirus. A school took swab samples from students before allowing them into classrooms. A traveler took the test before a trip to another province. Companies, schools and individuals across China are lining up to […]

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In schools and offices, China steps up virus tests

Chinese tech giant Sina set up a special room in its Beijing office for workers to be tested for the

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Roque reiterates PH position: Taiwan is part of China

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential spokesman Harry Roque on Thursday stood by his remark that Taiwan is part of China, which drew “strong dissatisfaction and high regret” from Taipei.Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Joanna Ou earlier called out Roque for saying that China can decide on the deportation of an overseas Filipino working in Taiwan whom the Philippine government requested to be deported over her anti-Duterte sentiments online.Roque, however, refused to budge as he reiterated that the Philippines, like many countries in the world, considers Taiwan as part of China.“We’ve always had one position in this regard, together with many countries o

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Taiwan chides Roque: China has no say on deportation of OFW

MANILA, Philippines – The Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reproached Philippine officials, including presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, for implying that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has a say in the possible deportation of a Filipina worker who has been critical of President Rodrigo Duterte.News outlets in Taiwan reported on Wednesday Joanne Ou, spokesperson of the Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, urged Philippine authorities to stop misrepresenting Taiwan as part of the PRC, as it has never been ruled by the Asian superpower for even a day.“My country expresses strong dissatisfaction and high regret over Philippine government officials wrongly accusi

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China to hold annual parliament meeting after two-month delay in signal that coronavirus is under control

China announced Wednesday it will hold the country's biggest annual political meeting in May following a two-month delay, the strongest signal yet from the Chinese government that it considers the novel coronavirus outbreak to be under control.

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U.S. firm, FAW to build sports cars under Chairman Mao's favoured brand Hongqi

BEIJING (Reuters) - A little-known U.S.-based engineering and design firm said it plans to invest 10 billion yuan ($1.41 billion)

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Mao's favorite ride Hongqi to build electric sports car with investor Silk EV

A little-known U.S.-based engineering and design firm said it plans to invest $1.41 billion (10 billion yuan) to make sports cars with China's FAW Group under the brand of choice of late revolutionary leader Chairman Mao Zedong, Hongqi. Silk EV on Monday told Reuters it has signed a memorandum of

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