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  • In Hong Kong, pro-democracy protesters find kinship with 'Selma'

     In Hong Kong, pro-democracy protesters find kinship with 'Selma'
    It may beggar the imagination that 1960s Alabama should evoke this concrete jungle of a Chinese city. Yet Hong Kong viewers of "Selma" are seeing echoes of the American civil rights struggle in their own fight for democracy. In the film, baton-...
  • China's Marxist communal farming makes way for agribusiness

    In a northeastern Chinese village called Wasteland, elderly Auntie Yi frowned at the latest improvement there: a strip of grass lining Red Flag Road. “The company did this,” she scoffed. “Eastern Fortune Rice widened the road, it put...
  • S. Korea, China, Japan revive talks after history disputes

    Meeting for the first time in three years, the foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan agreed Saturday to work together to improve ties strained by historical and territorial issues and restore trilateral summit talks among their leaders. Anti-...
  • China web freedom group faces online disruption

    A U.S.-subsidized advocacy group that helps Internet users inside China bypass blockages on censored content says it is suffering a mysterious denial-of-service attack disrupting its operations. Greatfire.org says the attack started two days ago and...
  • After history disputes, Beijing, Tokyo and Seoul resume talk

    The foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan will meet for the first time in three years this weekend after bitter disputes over history and territory drastically scaled back high-level contacts and even raised security fears. Anti-Japan...
  • US climate change envoy: China, US working closer on deal

    A U.S. envoy for climate change said Friday that China and the U.S. are working more closely than ever ahead of a conference this year in Paris that raises hopes for a global plan to cut greenhouse emissions. Special Envoy Todd Stern told reporters in...
  • Will meeting of China, Japan and South Korea yield goodwill or more grumbling?

    Will meeting of China, Japan and South Korea yield goodwill or more grumbling?
    For the first time in nearly three years, the foreign ministers of China, South Korea and Japan will meet Saturday for trilateral talks that could pave the way for a new era of cooperation – or prolong festering animosities rooted in the World War...
  • 'Lost and Love's' interconnected stories serve only to confuse

    'Lost and Love's' interconnected stories serve only to confuse
    "Lost and Love" expounds on China's child-trafficking phenomenon — 20,000 cases each year by U.S. State Department estimates, a symptom of the country's one-child policy that aims to reduce overpopulation. Hong Kong superstar Andy Lau plays Lei...
  • China indicts former oil boss on corruption charges

    The former chairman of the stated-owned parent of PetroChina Ltd., Asia's biggest oil producer, was indicted Thursday in a spreading anti-corruption crackdown. Jiang Jiemin was charged with abusing his position at China National Petroleum Corp. and...
  • China boosts fleet of electric, hybrid vehicles

    Chinese authorities have announced plans to boost the number of electric, hybrid and other alternative fuel-powered vehicles used for public transportation, while sales of such cars for private use have spiked in recent months. The Transport Ministry...
  • A return to China's isolationist past would be disastrous

    Beijing increasingly appears to be walling China off from the outside world, with potentially disastrous consequences. Take civil society. China's national legislature is considering a bill that would further restrict the operations of foreign non-...