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  • Stephon Marbury: From NBA bad boy to Chinese celebrity

    Stephon Marbury: From NBA bad boy to Chinese celebrity
    Five years ago, Stephon Marbury’s basketball career looked to be at a dead end. His spats with two New York Knicks coaches had led to their firings; he had been banned by the team; journalists branded him the “most reviled” athlete in...
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy academics say face death threats, intimidation

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Some academics at the forefront of Hong Kong's fight for more democracy say they have become targets of death threats or other intimidation as the former British colony remains near-paralyzed by the biggest protests since it returned...
  • Bolsas de Asia se debilitan por inquietud sobre Hong Kong, dólar cae levemente

    SÍDNEY (Reuters) - Las bolsas de Asia se encontraban en un estado de ánimo indeciso el martes mientras los inversores se preguntaban cuál será la respuesta de China a los disturbios civiles en Hong Kong, mientras que el dólar retrocedía levemente aunque...
  • HK protests' 'Umbrella Revolution' tag escapes China's censors - so far

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's censors, who have barred most online discussion of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, have so far not blocked searches for the movement's "Umbrella Revolution" nickname, although it may not survive much longer. Chinese...
  • Hong Kong protesters prepare for long haul

    Hong Kong protesters prepare for long haul
    Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day. Riot...
  • China outbound M&A shrinks on graft crackdown, slowing economy

    SINGAPORE/HONG KONG (Reuters) - The volume of China's outbound mergers and acquisitions fell in the first nine months of 2014, its first drop in three years, as state-owned firms turned cautious in the wake of a slowing economy and President Xi Jinping'...
  • Stocks close lower, following drops overseas

    The U.S. stock market slid to start the week, following European markets lower. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 178 points at the start of trading on Monday then slowly climbed back. Concerns over high stock prices and global politics continued...
  • Censors in China keep mainlanders in dark about Hong Kong protests

    Censors in China keep mainlanders in dark about Hong Kong protests
    Striking photos, videos and news about Hong Kong’s ongoing democracy protests and clashes with police have exploded across TV, radio, newspapers worldwide in recent days, to say nothing of Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites. But thanks...
  • Police use tear gas as thousands of protesters persist in Hong Kong

    Police discharged tear gas and fired rubber bullets in the air Sunday in a failed attempt to scatter pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong who appear to pose the greatest test yet for China’s “one country, two systems” approach to...
  • Harsh crackdown fails to stop Hong Kong protests

    HONG KONG Hong Kong police used tear gas and pepper spray against pro-democracy protesters Sunday in the city's harshest crackdown on free assembly since China took control of the former British colony in 1997. Tear gas wafted outside the city's...
  • Who is this man?

    If you don't know who Gao Zhisheng is, welcome to the vast club. It may take a moment, maybe a fleeting reference in the paper, to call up his name and dossier. He's just one of the anonymous masses toiling away in Communist China's empire of slave...