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China To Surpass U.S. in Business Travel Spending

China To Surpass U.S. in Business Travel Spending

China is set to surpass the United States in business travel spending by 2016, according to estimates compiled by the Global Business Travel Association Foundation. The findings indicate that corporate expenditure in China on international and domestic travel will increase 11 percent to $322 billion in 2016, exceeding U.S. travel spending of $303 billion. Business […]

When Music and Ritual Ruled Chinese Society

When Music and Ritual Ruled Chinese Society

While analyzing China’s one-party Communist state where cultural and spiritual repression is enforced by official policing agencies and backed by the government’s propaganda mouthpieces, it’s important to remember that the arts were once pillars of Chinese society cultivated through thousands of years. One of the five great Chinese scholarly works is considered to be the […]

Global Stocks Rise After Surprise China Rate Cut

Global Stocks Rise After Surprise China Rate Cut

Worldwide stock markets rose Friday after China increased interest rates for the fourth time this year. The boost comes after stocks across Asia, Europe, and the Americas had already climbed Thursday following the European Central Bank’s signaling that it was ready to increase the scope of its stimulus measures. ECB chief Mario Draghi announced Thursday […]

Chinese Ambassador Says Ai Weiwei “not my taste”

Chinese Ambassador Says Ai Weiwei “not my taste”

China’s ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming has told BBC’s Andrew Marr that the art work of renowned Chinese activist Ai Weiwei is “not my taste.” During the interview in which Marr probed Liu about China’s human rights record ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit to the U.K., the ambassador said Ai is only famous for […]

Chinese Military Calls U.S-China Navy Relations Best in History

Chinese Military Calls U.S-China Navy Relations Best in History

The Chinese military on Friday cited the country’s Naval Chief Wu Shengli as telling visiting U.S. officers that relations between the Chinese and United States navies are their best in history and interactions will become increasingly systematic. Wu reportedly explained that China and the U.S. have been conducting joint drills and agreeing on rules of […]

Chinese Actress’ Face Examined in Court Case

Chinese Actress’ Face Examined in Court Case

A top Chinese actresses’ face has been determined by medical professionals to be “genuine” following a court order that she have her face examined. Actress Angelababy is suing Beijing beauty clinic Ruli for defamation after it alleged in one of its online articles in 2012 that the actress has had plastic surgery performed on her […]

Villager Buried Alive Over Local Dispute

Villager Buried Alive Over Local Dispute

An argument over whether to pave a street used by several families in Fengqui County, Henan Province, ended with a woman being buried alive. Villagers told NetEase news reporters that a soil-laden truck driven by Zhao Xuejie arrived on October 2 to pave a street when local resident Sun Qiuying blocked its path. Following a […]

Chinese massacre of 1871

Chinese massacre of 1871

The atrocities visited upon the slaves that made the American economy what it it today is an unwashable sin thoroughly and permanently staining the reputation of the country. While millions made it to the new world, around 400,000 found themselves in the United States. These slaves were beaten, murdered and raped at the whim of […]

Report: China Now Has the World’s Largest Middle Class

Report: China Now Has the World’s Largest Middle Class

China’s middle class has reached 109 million, outranking the United States for the No.1 spot for the first time ever, according to the Credit Suisse Report. According to the report released On October 13, the middle class in China has been growing faster than its U.S. counterpart. Since 2000, China has added 43.4 million adults […]

China Snaps Back at U.S. Over South China Sea Patrols

China Snaps Back at U.S. Over South China Sea Patrols

China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson alluded to the United States and its allies when she blamed certain nations for threatening stability in the South China Sea, where Beijing claims territory. “I want to point out that some countries, in a region far from their own lands, have deployed offensive weaponry on a large scale and flexed […]