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Chinese Vow Retaliation Against United Airlines

Chinese Vow Retaliation Against United Airlines

By now, you’ve probably heard about the United Airlines passenger who was violently dragged off a plane on Sunday and left with a bloodied mouth instead of a safe trip. But while some in the states may be shaking their heads, people in China are shaking their fists. Mobile phone footage of the incident has […]

Tibetan Women’s Soccer Team Allegedly Had U.S. Visas Revoked

Tibetan Women’s Soccer Team Allegedly Had U.S. Visas Revoked

The Tibetan Women’s Soccer team was to take part in the opening ceremony of American soccer tournament, but all of had their Visa applications denied by the U.S. embassy in New Delhi, according to the team organizer. Cassie Childers says that a year ago, she got a call from English soccer player Gordon Jago, who […]

Trump Targets Chinese Visitors

Trump Targets Chinese Visitors

In the short time since Donald Trump assumed office of the President of the United States, he and the loyal robot posse that make up his cabinet have put forward a slew of ridiculous, unethical, and hateful laws and measures that are disasters waiting to happen. And they just keep on coming. The Trump administration’s […]

What Breathing in 10 Days of Smog Looks like In Your Lungs

What Breathing in 10 Days of Smog Looks like In Your Lungs

Beijing remains one of the most polluted cities on the planet. And while we’re all familiar with images of smog engulfing the city, what does that smog look like when it follows the air into your lungs? Liu Yong, a researcher at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology, decided to find out. And what he […]

First Freight Train Departs China for London

First Freight Train Departs China for London

In an effort to boost economic ties throughout Europe, China has just put its first freight train on a direct route to London. Carrying clothes, bags and other household items, the train will spend two weeks traveling 12,000 miles to reach its destination in Barking Rail Freight Terminal in East London. The move is part […]

China Shows Disapproval of New Pro-Independence Taiwanese President With Plan to Cut Mainland Tourisism to Taiwan By Half

China Shows Disapproval of New Pro-Independence Taiwanese President With Plan to Cut Mainland Tourisism to Taiwan By Half

A little more than three weeks ago, new president Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party took rule of Taiwan, ousting the longstanding Nationalist Party (KMT) from its reign. President Tsai is an anomaly for mainland China; while her predecessor was pointedly China-friendly, President Tsai leans toward an independent, democratic Taiwan – and this does […]

China’s Winter Wonderland

China’s Winter Wonderland

Between January and February, China’s most northeastern province bordering Siberian Russia, hosts a winter wonderland which many describe as something out of a “fantasy movie.” Harbin, in Heilongjiang’s capital, is the home of China’s International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival. Here, visitors and competitors are greeted to life-seize ice sculptures of international landmarks. The Athens […]

China to Top the U.S. in Air-Travel Market Share by 2029

China to Top the U.S. in Air-Travel Market Share by 2029

China is set to soar for the No. 1 spot in the world’s largest air-travel markets by 2029, according to a recent report by the International Air Transport Association. The institute expects Chinese airlines to see 758 million new passengers in the next two decades bringing their total numbers up to 1.196 billion by 2034. […]

China’s Rail System to See Major Push in 2016

China’s Rail System to See Major Push in 2016

  As the Chinese economy continues to grow, many experts consider Fixed Asset Investment to be a leading driver. Rail FAI, in particular, is projected to bring big profits for China’s railroad infrastructure and equipment makers. 2016 will kick off China’s 13th Five Year Plan, which emphasizes urban rail transit and public-private partnerships. Urban rail […]

Five More Added to China’s Blacklist for Tarnishing Country’s Reputation Abroad

Five More Added to China’s Blacklist for Tarnishing Country’s Reputation Abroad

Five more Chinese tourists were added this year to China’s national blacklist, preventing them from boarding flights. The policy was put into effect earlier this year to prevent tourists from shaming the country’s reputation abroad. Three of the new additions were involved in an airplane scuffle over leg room on a flight from Cambodia to […]

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