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The New Zealand Herald
China's scary lesson to the world - Censoring the Internet worksclosed off from such "Western values" as free speech and democracy. The Intern
China's scary lesson to the world - Censoring the Internet works
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
closed off from such "Western values" as free speech and democracy. The Internet arrived in China in January 1996, and China first started systematically blocking some foreign websites in August 1996. (The nickname the Great Firewall was first... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
China's scary lesson to the world: Censoring the Internet worksclosed off from such "Western values" as free speech and democracy. The Intern
China's scary lesson to the world: Censoring the Internet works
Chicago Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
closed off from such "Western values" as free speech and democracy. The Internet arrived in China in January 1996, and China first started systematically blocking some foreign websites in August 1996. (The nickname the Great Firewall was first... Read more
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Football365
Vardy better on bench than wingwere very lucky I do not want to sound over critical, but England were damn fo
Vardy better on bench than wing
Football365 / Posted 4 days ago
were very lucky I do not want to sound over critical, but England were damn fortunate to beat those Turks. First goal was clearly offside. The linesman was probably too mesmerized by the intricate passes of Sterling and Alli to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Yaounde-Douala Express Road - Phase II On Build-Operate-Transfer Modelpopulation on compensation have regrettably characterized the ongoing first pha
Yaounde-Douala Express Road - Phase II On Build-Operate-Transfer Model
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
population on compensation have regrettably characterized the ongoing first phase of the project by another Chinese firm, China First Highway Engineering Company. Righting such wrongs in the second phase should therefore be non-negotiable! This... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Study: China's Government Fabricates About 488 Million Social Media Posts Every YearMargaret E. Roberts, analyzed a set of leaked emails from an Internet Propagand
Study: China's Government Fabricates About 488 Million Social Media Posts Every Year
KERA North Texas / Posted 4 days ago
Margaret E. Roberts, analyzed a set of leaked emails from an Internet Propaganda Office in Zhanggong, which is in southern China. First, they found the commenters are actually government employees "who basically have one extra job to do," rather... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Study: China's Government Fabricates About 488 Million Social Media Posts Every YearMargaret E. Roberts, analyzed a set of leaked emails from an Internet Propagand
Study: China's Government Fabricates About 488 Million Social Media Posts Every Year
KPBS San Diego / Posted 4 days ago
Margaret E. Roberts, analyzed a set of leaked emails from an Internet Propaganda Office in Zhanggong, which is in southern China. First, the commenters are actually government employees "who basically have one extra job to do," rather than... Read more
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The Atlantic
Suburbs, the New Chinatownsmiles away from Exton, the Friendship Arch welcomes visitors to Philadelphia’s
Suburbs, the New Chinatowns
The Atlantic / Posted 8 days ago
miles away from Exton, the Friendship Arch welcomes visitors to Philadelphia’s Chinatown. Cantonese merchants from southern China first began settling there in the late 1800s, opening up laundromats, restaurants, and grocery stores. Many had... Read more
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iLounge
Apple investing $1 billion in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi ChuxingApple’s sales flagging in China, and the company coming under pressure from Chi
Apple investing $1 billion in Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Chuxing
iLounge / Posted 14 days ago
Apple’s sales flagging in China, and the company coming under pressure from Chinese regulators who seem to be moving to a “China first” economic policy, the move could also be seen as an attempt by Apple to encourage the Chinese government to... Read more
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Quartz
Beijing is setting the stage for war in the South China Seais full of its own vast untapped reserves of oil and natural gas, too.) To acq
Beijing is setting the stage for war in the South China Sea
Quartz / Posted 14 days ago
is full of its own vast untapped reserves of oil and natural gas, too.) To acquire the sea’s strategic advantage, though, China first needs to establish control over the waterway. That needs to be done step by step. The process might go something... Read more
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Deepika
World News Detailstarted taking active part in Afghan peace process after the highprofile visit
World News Detail
Deepika / Posted 15 days ago
started taking active part in Afghan peace process after the highprofile visit of Ghani last year. Ghani chose to visit China first and backed the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) comprising of China, Pakistan, US and Afghanistan to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Whales shark are a protected species - but that didn't stop fishermen killing itBeihai posted photos of the dead whale shark - a threatened species - online.
Whales shark are a protected species - but that didn't stop fishermen killing it
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
Beihai posted photos of the dead whale shark - a threatened species - online. Workers with the city government in southern China first published pictures of the creature swimming in waters close to the city's offshore oilfields on its official... Read more
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The Hill
US mounts challenge to China's high tariffs on chicken importsChina’s failure to properly calculate costs for a U.S. producer and a failure t
US mounts challenge to China's high tariffs on chicken imports
The Hill / Posted 17 days ago
China’s failure to properly calculate costs for a U.S. producer and a failure to conduct a transparent reinvestigation. China first imposed the duties on U.S. chicken products in 2010. Antidumping duties ranged from 50.3 percent to 53.4 percent... Read more
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iol.co.za
Chinese firms get a taste for reverse takeoversIPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage,” said Peter Fuh
Chinese firms get a taste for reverse takeovers
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
IPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage,” said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. These deals are proving lucrative for investors in the companies being acquired - often at sizable... Read more
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Reuters
Leapfrogging the IPO gridlock: Chinese companies get a taste for reverse takeoversIPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage," said Peter Fuh
Leapfrogging the IPO gridlock: Chinese companies get a taste for reverse takeovers
Reuters / Posted 21 days ago
IPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage," said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. BIG PREMIUMS These deals are proving lucrative for investors in the companies being acquired - often... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Leapfrogging the IPO gridlock: Chinese companies get a taste for reverse takeoversIPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage," said Peter Fuh
Leapfrogging the IPO gridlock: Chinese companies get a taste for reverse takeovers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
IPO listing in China. It's absolutely unknowable at this stage," said Peter Fuhrman, CEO of China-focused investment bank China First Capital. BIG PREMIUMS These deals are proving lucrative for investors in the companies being acquired - often... Read more
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Wakefield Today
World Championship: Mark Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding JunhuiMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
World Championship: Mark Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding Junhui
Wakefield Today / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
World Championship: Mark Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding JunhuiMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
World Championship: Mark Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding Junhui
Derbyshire Times / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Wakefield Today
World Championship: Selby does enough to hold off underdog DingMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
World Championship: Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding
Wakefield Today / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
World Championship: Selby does enough to hold off underdog DingMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
World Championship: Selby does enough to hold off underdog Ding
Derbyshire Times / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Selby does enough to hold off underdog JunhuiMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
Selby does enough to hold off underdog Junhui
Wakefield Today / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Selby does enough to hold off underdog JunhuiMark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miser
Selby does enough to hold off underdog Junhui
Derbyshire Times / Posted 24 days ago
Mark Selby lifted the Betfred World Championship last night to complete a miserable evening for China. First, World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn announced a campaign to take the World Championship overseas to China had failed, after announcing a... Read more
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Zero Hedge
6 Charts That Show the Global Demographic Crisis Is UnfoldingIndian Ocean, while most of the retirees will cluster in the developed world an
6 Charts That Show the Global Demographic Crisis Is Unfolding
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 days ago
Indian Ocean, while most of the retirees will cluster in the developed world and China. The demographic crisis will hit China first China’s one-child policy has created an ugly, upside-down pyramid. Each worker in that generation could end up... Read more
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Swissinfo
Will China censor its new star museum over Ai Weiwei?and institutions who start to collect. There is no need for someone like me any
Will China censor its new star museum over Ai Weiwei?
Swissinfo / Posted 28 days ago
and institutions who start to collect. There is no need for someone like me anymore.” Sigg, whose business took him to China first in 1979, and whose earliest pieces in the collection date back to the Cultural Revolution, will still keep his... Read more
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Swissinfo
How contemporary Chinese art mirrors changeand hungry for new forms of expression that contemporary Chinese art found its
How contemporary Chinese art mirrors change
Swissinfo / Posted 30 days ago
and hungry for new forms of expression that contemporary Chinese art found its way to “the West” quite some time ago. Since China first opened its economy under the reformist party leader Deng Xioping in 1978, the country has experienced cataclysmic... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Apple’s iPhone sales sink for the first time ever last quarteras it has become the largest technology company on the planet. The last time A
Apple’s iPhone sales sink for the first time ever last quarter
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 30 days ago
as it has become the largest technology company on the planet. The last time Apple’s sales fell year over year was the first quarter of 2003. At that time, the PowerMac was still the company’s bestseller. Apple had sold a grand total of 611,000... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This man looked pregnant after letting a stomach tumor grow for 12 YEARSA man let a benign stomach tumour to grow for 12 years until it left him lookin
This man looked pregnant after letting a stomach tumor grow for 12 YEARS
Daily Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
A man let a benign stomach tumour to grow for 12 years until it left him looking PREGNANT. Zhang Cheng, from China, first became aware of the abdominal benign tumour in 2004. But unable to afford surgery to have it removed, he left it to grow and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Queensland Nickel creditors meet for liquidation voteowed to Mr Palmer's joint companies QNI Metals and QNI Resources in addition to
Queensland Nickel creditors meet for liquidation vote
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
owed to Mr Palmer's joint companies QNI Metals and QNI Resources in addition to $235 million claimed by Waratah Coal and China First. Administrators estimate unsecured creditors will only receive 52 cents in the dollar at best. Mr Palmer... Read more
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The Verge
Acer's Predator 17X is a VR-ready gaming laptopto pay for a VR-ready desktop — it'll sell for $2,799 when it goes on sale this
Acer's Predator 17X is a VR-ready gaming laptop
The Verge / Posted 1 months ago
to pay for a VR-ready desktop — it'll sell for $2,799 when it goes on sale this June in North America. (It's coming to China first in May, then going on sale in Europe in June as well.) Also, the Vive in particular takes enough effort to set up... Read more
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