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What Might Have Caused The Worst Flooding In More Than 2 Decades In China

Wednesday, August 05, 2020

The worst flooding in more than two decades has engulfed large swaths of China. Water management experts say China's dam-building spree has exacerbated these seasonal floods.

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Coronavirus Cases Across Asia Are Again On The Rise

Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Parts of Asia that seemed to have COVID-19 under control have witnessed fresh outbreaks. China, Japan and Vietnam, which had few or no cases in the past month or so, are seeing a resurgence.

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China's Communist Party Wants To Demolish Homes, Rebuild Rural Countryside

Saturday, August 01, 2020

More than 40% of Chinese people still live in the country's vast, rural countryside. The Communist Party wants modernize the villages by force and rebuild them completely.

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U.S. Officials Keep Pressure On China Over Multiple Issues

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Relations between the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, appear to be heading toward a confrontation. What's causing this, and how are European countries responding?

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China Orders U.S. To Close Its Consulate In Chengdu

Friday, July 24, 2020

The order comes in reaction to the U.S. closure of China's consulate in Houston earlier this week. China's state broadcaster says the U.S. Consulate was given 72 hours to close.

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U.S. Orders China's Houston Consulate To Close, Ratcheting Tensions

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The State Department, in a statement early Wednesday morning, said the move is "in order to protect American intellectual property and American's (sic) private information."

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South China Sea Once Again Becomes A Dangerous Military Flashpoint

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The U.S. is calling China's claims over the South China Sea illegal. Experts fear growing U.S.-China tensions raise the possibility of military conflict.

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Uighur Family Spends More Than A Year Imprisoned In Own Home In China

Monday, July 13, 2020

Many people have spent a few months in isolation this year due to the pandemic. But for one Uighur family in China, isolation is the norm. They've been prisoners in their own home for the last year.

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China Bans U.S. Lawmakers From Entering The Country

Monday, July 13, 2020

China banned Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz as well as administration officials from entering China in response to U.S. actions in response to the country's treatment of its Uighur Muslim minority.

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Prominent Critic Of China's Leadership Detained In Beijing

Monday, July 06, 2020

Xu Zhangrun, a constitutional scholar outspoken in his criticism of President Xi Jinping and the ruling Communist Party, has been particularly vocal about the regime's handling of the coronavirus.

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Hundreds Arrested After China Enacts Hong Kong Security Law

Thursday, July 02, 2020

Beijing quickly used a new national security law against Hong Kong protesters; more than 300 were arrested Wednesday. How is the new law changing the legal and political landscape in Hong Kong?

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5 Takeaways From China's Hong Kong National Security Law

Wednesday, July 01, 2020

Those charged under the new law could be tried on the mainland. Legal experts say the measure ends any remaining autonomy the region enjoys under Chinese rule.

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Hong Kong Residents Reflect On The Future On Anniversary Of End Of British Rule

Wednesday, July 01, 2020

On July 1, 1997, Hong Kong transitioned from British colony to Chinese region. Hong Kongers born in the year of the handover reflect on how their lives and futures have been shaped by that moment.

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China Enacts Security Law, Asserting Control Over Hong Kong

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Despite fierce international criticism and opposition in Hong Kong, Beijing's rubber-stamp legislature passed a law allowing the mainland to impose security measures in the former British colony.

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Some Of China's Freed Labor Activists Start New Lives, But State Pressure Lurks

Monday, June 29, 2020

At least 15 Chinese workers' rights advocates who were rounded up in recent years have been released from detention, some taking on new identities and jobs, on condition that they abandon activism.

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Pandemic Causes China To Ban Breeding Of Bamboo Rats And Other Wild Animals

Sunday, June 28, 2020

The idea is to reduce the risk of spread of viruses through animal-human contact. Bamboo rat breeders are devastated by the loss of income. And critics say the ban has too many loopholes.

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'We No Longer Wish For Much': People Of Wuhan Share Stories Of Loss And Survival

Friday, June 26, 2020

Meet some of the people in China who lived through the start of the coronavirus pandemic. They have not forgotten the weeks of isolation, fear and heartbreak.

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A Cluster Of Coronavirus Cases In Beijing Is Traced Back To A Produce Market

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

More than 250 coronavirus cases in the last two weeks have been linked back to the sprawling produce market in Beijing. The city is sparing no measure to contain the outbreak.

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India And China See Most Violent Clash In Decades At Himalayan Border

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

India says 20 of its troops are dead after a confrontation with Chinese soldiers on the two countries' disputed border, high in the Himalayas. It was the first deadly clash there in decades.

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Lockdowns Ordered As COVID-19 Cluster Found Near Beijing Food Market

Monday, June 15, 2020

A cluster of COVID-19 cases, linked to a produce market in Beijing, sparked fears of a second wave. Officials are resurrecting some lockdown measures and testing tens of thousands of nearby residents.

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