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  • US geologist freed after serving 8 years in China prison

    A Chinese-born American geologist was released from prison in China after serving more than eight years on charges of procuring state secrets, a human rights group said Saturday. Xue Feng returned to his family in Houston, Texas, on Friday after being...
  • US, Iran face political obstacles to potential nuclear deal

    A potentially path-breaking nuclear deal could face political trouble in Iran and the United States, but not necessarily elsewhere. The framework deal struck April 2 between Tehran and six world powers — Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia...
  • Teaching Chinese dance brought her to Pittsburgh

    Grace is the product of hard work. Through Chinese dance, Yanlai Wu instills grace in her students by making it clear to them: You need to work hard. She learned it early, right after she moved to Beijing at age 12 as one of 25 children selected to train...
  • Beijing hopes European film buff will raise festival profile

    The veteran European festival chief that Beijing hopes will raise the profile of its annual film event says his passion for movies stems from trips to China that started during the Cultural Revolution. Marco Mueller's latest of more than 100 trips to...
  • Official says China may raise damages caps for IP violations

    China is considering raising its notoriously low limits on damages for intellectual property violations and strengthening litigation on trade secret theft, a Shanghai city official said Tuesday. The comments by Lyu Guoqiang, commissioner of Shanghai's...
  • China frees 5 women's rights activists after month detention

    Chinese authorities have released five women's rights campaigners whose detentions for more than a month sparked an international outcry and underscored the government's tight restrictions on independent social activism. The women were freed Monday under...
  • Amid tensions, Chinese premier meets Japan delegation

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Tuesday with a Japanese delegation led by ex-Chief Cabinet Secretary Yohei Kono, amid halting efforts to reduce lingering tensions between the countries before this year's 70th anniversary of Japan's surrender at the end...
  • China releases women's activists after month's detention

    Chinese authorities have released five women's rights campaigners whose detentions sparked an international outcry and underscored the government's tight restrictions on independent social activism, lawyers said. Lawyer Liang Xiaojun said the five were...
  • Myanmar says its troops make gains against ethnic rebels

    Myanmar government troops have occupied more than 20 strategic positions held by ethnic Kokang rebels in two months of fierce fighting near the border with China, state media said Tuesday, but a spokesman for the insurgents denied the claim. The state-...
  • China releases five feminist activists who had planned anti-harassment campaign

    China releases five feminist activists who had planned anti-harassment campaign
    Chinese authorities have released five feminist activists detained last month as they were planning a public outreach campaign against sexual harassment on public transportation. The women's detention had attracted worldwide attention, including...
  • China Declares Golf Courses Out Of Bounds

    China Declares Golf Courses Out Of Bounds
    Recently, the Chinese government quietly went to war against golf — or, to be more specific, against golf courses. Two-thirds of the country's approximately 600 fairways were allegedly built in violation of a 2004 national moratorium, and Beijing is...