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  • China cracking down on evil endeavor called ... golf?

    Corruption has taken down many empires in the history of mankind, and now China, in a preemptive move, is trying to get an overlapping grip on an issue it thinks could lead to its ruination: golf. The government is cracking down on a sport it believes...
  • Abe meets Xi in sign differences on history won't derail ties

    TOKYO Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met Chinese President Xi Jinping for the second time in less than six months on Wednesday, in a sign his efforts to turn the page on Japan's past aggression won't derail an improvement in ties. The meeting came...
  • Japanese leader doesn't offer customary apology for WWII

    South Korea expressed deep regret Wednesday that Japan's leader did not repeat his predecessors' apologies for the country's aggression during World War II. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Asian and African leaders in Indonesia on Wednesday that Japan has...
  • Ford unveils new Taurus influenced by China

    With its newest Taurus, Ford is joining the race to appeal to Chinese business buyers by offering bigger, more luxurious back seats. The Taurus, Ford Motor Co.'s first full-size sedan in China, is part of what CEO Mark Fields says is a multiyear effort...
  • Chinese man jailed for splashing ink on Mao Zedong portrait

    A Chinese man was sentenced to 14 months in jail for splashing ink on the giant portrait of Communist revolutionary leader Mao Zedong in the heart of Beijing, state media reported Wednesday. The Legal Evening News said a Beijing court convicted Sun Bing,...
  • Chinese officials blame chemical plant bosses for explosion

    China's work safety watchdog on Wednesday blamed an explosion at a chemical plant in southeast China this month on the factory's management and failings in local government supervision. The April 6 blast and ensuing hydrocarbon fire at the paraxylene...
  • Beijing govt says air had less pollution in 1st part of year

    A key measure of air pollutants in China's capital showed a 19 percent drop in the first three months of the year, local authorities said Wednesday. Beijing's municipal government said Wednesday that the density of PM2.5 — harmful particles that...
  • Exiled Tibet gov't presses China on missing Buddhist leader

    The Tibetan government-in-exile wants supporters to help pressure China to release the 11th Panchan Lama, a Buddhist leader who is believed to have been in Chinese custody since his disappearance as a child 20 years ago, the government's spokesman said...
  • China auto brands enjoying rebound driven by new models

    Chinese auto brands, pressed by foreign competition, are enjoying a rebound as they head into next week's Shanghai auto show, their biggest marketing showcase of the year. For two years, new but ambitious automakers including Geely and Chery steadily...
  • In a first, China lets state company bond issue fail

    BEIJING Chinese transformer producer Baoding Tianwei Group on Tuesday announced that it would default on an interest payment of $14 million, the first time a Chinese state-run company has been allowed to default. The failure to pay the interest on...
  • Chinese president applauds Pakistan's anti-terror efforts

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday applauded Pakistan's anti-terrorism efforts and vowed his nation would continue to stand by its neighbor as he wrapped up a two-day visit meant to boost bilateral ties and assure Islamabad of Beijing's support. "We...