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China has built the world’s fastest bullet trains, running between Shanghai and Beijing.
POSTED |  21-09-2017
China and Russia celebrated the inaugural semester of Shenzhen MSU-BIT University, the first joint Sino-Russian university.
POSTED |  14-09-2017
China will set a deadline for automakers to end sales of fossil-fuel powered vehicles.
POSTED |  10-09-2017
China has agreed the United Nations should take more action against North Korea.
POSTED |  07-09-2017
China will give US$80 million in funding for BRICS cooperation plans, while the bloc of five emerging economies pledged to oppose protectionism.
POSTED |  05-09-2017
Rivals, mainly from China, are creating pressure to showcase innovation.
POSTED |  20-08-2017
China is largely sitting out the latest crisis with nuclear-armed Pyongyang.
POSTED |  10-08-2017
China warned against any rhetoric that could inflame tensions over Pyongyang’s weapons programs.
POSTED |  09-08-2017
China scored a diplomatic coup when Southeast Asian nations issued a diluted...
POSTED |  06-08-2017
The United States and China piled pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear missile program.
POSTED |  06-08-2017
China will entirely ban “foreign garbage” from entering the country by the end of 2019.
POSTED |  28-07-2017
China surpassed the United States as the top producer of renewable energy in 2016.
POSTED |  11-07-2017
China slammed the United States for its decision to slap unprecedented...
POSTED |  30-06-2017
Chinese President Xi Jinping said China would work to ensure a “far-reaching...
POSTED |  29-06-2017
China has expressed “firm opposition” to remarks made by Pentagon chief Jim Mattis on the South China Sea.
POSTED |  05-06-2017
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