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China’s Two-Child Policy Goes into Effect

China’s Two-Child Policy Goes into Effect

China’s New Year’s Resolution may be coping with a baby boom. As of Jan. 1, 2016, the government has abolished the One-Child policy, which limited Chinese couples to having one child or face penalties such as a birth control taxes. According to China’s Health and Family Planning Commission, more than 90 million couples will qualify […]

China, Taiwan Presidents to Meet for First Time Since 1949

China, Taiwan Presidents to Meet for First Time Since 1949

For the first time since the Chinese Civil War ended in 1949, the leaders of the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan will gather for a formal meeting. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou will meet Saturday at Singapore and will address each other as “Mister” rather than their honorific titles, then […]

China’s President Xi Mending Country’s Political Divide One Funeral at a Time

China’s President Xi Mending Country’s Political Divide One Funeral at a Time

Following his crackdown on corruption which strained his ties with senior officials, China’s

President Xi Jinping is on the road to rebuilding political bridges and gathering support ahead of the 19th Party Congress in 2017.

China Becomes The New Ladder For Elections

China Becomes The New Ladder For Elections

This is a very politically charged time that we are all witnessing. The elections are approaching and the volunteering caretakers of the countries are putting their best efforts in the run for getting a stronghold for their candidates success. The United States of America alert and energetic as the whole cycle of campaigns and controversies has […]

Rubio Proposes Strength as the Last Resort for Working Peace With China

Rubio Proposes Strength as the Last Resort for Working Peace With China

The campaigns of all the candidates in the run for the upcoming US presidential election are getting stronger and more heated. During a campaign stop this Wednesday, Sen Marco Rubio, a republican contender for president, expressed his straight forward outlook on how he pictures the relationship between the United States of America and China. The […]

Strain Between China and Taiwan Continues To Grow

Strain Between China and Taiwan Continues To Grow

People from the mainland of China and Taiwan both are finding themselves in a volatile situation. As the elections are drawing near, the likeliness of the fall of President Ma’s party becomes more visible with the approaching end of his term. His presidential period has already experienced protests in masses in the past two years, but […]

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