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  • In Hong Kong, trams offer a ride like no others

     In Hong Kong, trams offer a ride like no others
    At Rumsey Street and Des Voeux Road, two middle-aged women step into the hot-pink double-decker tram, gripping large black plastic bags filled with pungent dried cod and shrimp. Several men in bespoke suits, one carrying a sleek Armani briefcase,...
  • A look at plans for Chinese developer's massive skyscraper on Chicago River

     A look at plans for Chinese developer's massive skyscraper on Chicago River
    Something was missing Wednesday when city officials unveiled drawings of a Chinese developer's plans for a massive, mixed-use skyscraper along the Chicago River: the 89th floor. As currently conceived, the building would be 88 stories tall — not...
  • At Chinese brothel, a room for Communist Party cadre fantasies

    From offering Japanese schoolgirl uniforms to creating rooms tricked out with traditional Chinese wedding decor, China’s underground sex industry is always trying to keep up to date with its clients’ fantasies. So perhaps it’s no...
  • U.S. moves closer to sale of frigates to Taiwan; Beijing protests

    President Obama has signed a measure allowing the U.S. government to sell four used frigates to Taiwan, the Defense Ministry in Taipei said Friday. The news prompted an angry response from China, which considers Taiwan part of its territory and resents...
  • Dispute between China and Vietnam is felt in Little Saigon

    Dispute between China and Vietnam is felt in Little Saigon
    Anna Le stepped out of the Westminster Boulevard seafood restaurant, clutching a menu, and quickly phoned her fiancee to tell him her choices for the traditional eight-course wedding banquet. Lobster, oyster mushrooms, a bird's nest of crispy chow mein,...
  • Why the Dalai Lama says reincarnation might not be for him

    Why the Dalai Lama says reincarnation might not be for him
    Adherents of Tibetan Buddhism believe the Dalai Lama, the religion’s highest spiritual authority, has been reincarnated in an unbroken line for centuries. But the current Dalai Lama says he may be the last. In an interview with the BBC this week,...
  • Recent case brings to mind other locals accused of trying to export sensitive U.S. technology

    Recent case brings to mind other locals accused of trying to export sensitive U.S. technology
    The recent arrest of a local man on charges of trying to steal and export schematics for the nation's most advanced aircraft carrier brings to mind other local cases in which people have been accused of export-control violations. Mostafa Ahmed Awwad,...
  • Lehigh Valley courting foreign investment

    Lehigh Valley courting foreign investment
    Taizhou Fuling Plastics' headquarters is in one of southeastern China's most important industrial zones. The coastal city of Wenling, with a population of more than 1.4 million, is part of Zhejiang Province, a rising player in China's economic...
  • The Castros' historical loss is a win for the Cuban people

    President Obama's historic opening to Cuba is long overdue — and has a chance of hastening the Castro dictatorship's demise. Critics of the accord should explain why they believe a policy that has failed miserably for half a century could ever work....
  • Chicago's China challenge: Translate goodwill into deals

    Chicago's China challenge: Translate goodwill into deals
    Beijing economic development official Cheng Yuhua has changed flights at O'Hare International Airport in the past, on her way to Washington, D.C., or New York. But her only real visit to Chicago came this week when she led a business delegation to...
  • Taking few chances, Macao mildly protests Chinese visit

    For pro-democracy activists in this former Portuguese colony turned Asia’s gambling mecca, 2014 – the 15th anniversary of the territory’s return to Chinese rule – has been both the best and worst of times. Over the summer,...