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  • China's growing embrace of snow and ice sports helping drive bid for 2022 Winter Olympics

    Clad in neon-green from head to toe, Chinese snowboarder He Qiang is part of a growing cohort of middle-class enthusiasts in a country with little tradition of winter sports but that is now seeking to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. The 28-year-old...
  • China offers up to $50K in cash reward for terrorism-related tips in Tibet

    Chinese authorities are offering up to 300,000 yuan ($50,000) for tips on terrorism activities in the Himalayan region of Tibet, the official Xinhua News Agency said Saturday. China's recent efforts to fight terrorism has largely involved the neighboring...
  • Obama Trade Deal Attracts China, Republicans

    Obama Trade Deal Attracts China, Republicans
    Strange bedfellows of 2015: As the Obama administration pushes toward a major new trade agreement in Asia this spring, it is developing two unlikely allies — Chinese officials abroad, who are signaling that they want in, and Republicans in Congress,...
  • Beijing-based Xiaomi is fast emerging as the Apple rival to watch

    Beijing-based Xiaomi is fast emerging as the Apple rival to watch
    It wasn't long ago that everybody wondered whether Apple Inc. could effectively compete against a tough bunch of homegrown smartphone makers in China. Then came the company's blowout earnings report this week, which included a stunning 70% year-over-...
  • Facebook has more users than China has people

    Facebook has more users than China has people
    With 1.39 billion active monthly users, Facebook claims more people than the Republic of China, the world's most populous country. The impressive feat was highlighted the company's 2014 fourth quarter earnings announcement Wednesday.  The social...
  • Beijing seeks to contain its population, and with it, problems

    As closing time approaches, the 20-story wholesale clothing emporium called Shiji Tianhe Market is madness. All day, local bargain hunters and retailers from outside Beijing have been sifting through apparel varying  from faux fur coats to the latest...
  • Indian premier finds a partnership with U.S. suits him

    Indian premier finds a partnership with U.S. suits him
    The suit said it all. As global fashion mavens know by now, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Obama in New Delhi this week, the broad-chested 64-year-old Indian leader wore a navy blue suit with his name stitched into the wool over and...
  • Alibaba invests $10 million in Santa Monica game console maker Ouya

    Alibaba invests $10 million in Santa Monica game console maker Ouya
    Chinese internet giant Alibaba has invested $10 million in Santa Monica video game console maker Ouya, sources close to Ouya said. The injection of cash could help boost Ouya’s presence in Asia as it expands its platform business into markets such...
  • Mexico halts Chinese mega-mall project after damage to environment

    Mexico halts Chinese mega-mall project after damage to environment
    It was supposed to be a major Chinese foothold for doing business in Latin America, the largest venue for selling Chinese goods in the Western Hemisphere. The multimillion-dollar Dragon Mart mega-mall would cover nearly 1,400 acres two miles from the...
  • China plans rare military parade to mark end of WWII, highlight power

    Since 1960, China has held just three military parades, and always on Oct. 1, when the country celebrates its National Day. This year, however, the country appears to planning such an affair in September, to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World...
  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un looks set to visit Russia in May

    North Korea's Kim Jong Un looks set to visit Russia in May
    After three years in power, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looks set to make his first trip abroad in May.  On Wednesday, South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency reported that Kim had accepted an invitation from Russia to attend a ceremony in Moscow...