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  • China says to build $31 billion worth of new infrastructure

    China's economic planner has approved the construction of 192 billion yuan ($31 billion) of roads and an airport in the latest government effort to increase investment and support a slowing economy. Five roads will be built in the southern and central...
  • Chinese court posthumously clears 18-year-old executed for murder

    Chinese court posthumously clears 18-year-old executed for murder
    In a rare move that has captivated public attention, a Chinese court on Monday overturned a guilty verdict for an 18-year-old who was executed in 1996 for a rape and murder he did not commit. The reversal comes as Communist Party authorities are touting...
  • Hong Kong protesters seek to archive their art, words for posterity

    Hong Kong protesters seek to archive their art, words for posterity
    After a demonstration site here was forcibly cleared by police in late November, work crews swooped in to sweep away the detritus of dissent. A postal carrier quickly applied a fresh coat of emerald green paint on a mailbox. Any trace of the protest...
  • Japan's Abe wins mandate in downbeat election

    With the economy limping but no obvious contenders offering a more compelling fiscal strategy, Japanese voters on Sunday gave Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party a fresh mandate to forge on with his reforms, known as Abenomics....
  • Grey areas give China room to maneuver in Hong Kong

    Despite a national law protecting Hong Kong's autonomy and extensive Western-style freedoms, legal grey areas give China considerable room for maneuver in the city. Simon Young, a professor at the University of Hong Kong law school, said that any...
  • China charms Hong Kong's law enforcers

    Hong Kong's top law enforcers, schooled in British-style judicial independence and separation of powers, are being cycled through Communist Party schools in China, where judges are appointed by the party and police are charged with crushing dissent....
  • Special Report: How China spies on Hong Kong's democrats

    James To was growing uneasy. When the veteran Hong Kong Democratic Party lawmaker looked in his rear-view mirror, two silver Mercedes Benz saloons kept appearing behind his grey Volvo sedan. For almost a week, one or the other was behind him on his daily...
  • UN climate talks risk collapse as China clashes with U.S.

    UN climate talks risk collapse as China clashes with U.S.
    U.N. talks on slowing climate change were threatened with collapse on Saturday after China clashed with the United States and led emerging nations to reject a compromise outline of an agreement. With talks already in overtime because of deadlock after...
  • China brokers scout for talent as profits soar

    China's brokerages are on a broad-based hiring spree to capitalize on booming local stock markets and a surge in new clients and trading activity that is giving their profits a big boost. The central bank's surprise interest rate cut on Nov. 21 and the...
  • San Gabriel Valley's El Monte getting a boost from Chinese investors

    San Gabriel Valley's El Monte getting a boost from Chinese investors
    Trucks loaded with construction materials park in front of a vacant lot in El Monte, where a homeless man slumbers on the sidewalk next to a mountain of rags and trash bags. Overhead, colorful flags whip in the breeze, advertising opportunities for...
  • Obama's high-tech deal with China in trouble as WTO talks break down

    GENEVA A China-U.S. agreement to scrap tariffs on high-tech items that was hailed as a major achievement of President Barack Obama's November visit to Beijing fell apart Friday during negotiations in Geneva because of differences between China and South...