The U.S. Vice President warned about Pacific troubles.
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The bus was carrying 24 Chinese tourists.
The South China Sea decision has sparked a mango boycott.
While providing a legal resolution to the Philippines’ case against China, the PCA ruling ultimately resolves nothing. If anything, regional tensions have increased due to the ruling, and while welcomed by most regional states, instability will increase as states digest the outcome and consider how best to shape their responses to China in light of the ruling.
China has furiously rejected an international tribunal’s ruling that it breached the Philippines’ sovereign rights.
Because you can't make up islands with a magic line.
Several countries have squabbled over the region’s natural resources and trading routes for decades.
China says it will ignore the ruling.
Over the past several weeks, Hong Kong residents have become increasingly angry about the unprecedented amount of trash landing on the city's beaches. While Hong Kong certainly generates plenty of its...
It turned out to be a rare 18th century Chinese artifact.
A look at how Namibia’s Chinese ivory smugglers operate.
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And the problem's likely to get even worse.
Two children were among the fatalities.
Your old TV could end up here one day, posing a threat to people and the environment.
Authorities say it killed 98 people and injured hundreds more.
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This social media platform is no longer just for flower crown selfies.
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They’re in a bind as more countries crack down on online speech.
And it may fit into a much broader foreign policy strategy than you may think.
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The businessman warns Aussies not to do business with China.
Thanks to Beijing’s economic transition, Africa has a chance to pick up some of the industrial production now leaving China.
Who can forget the ducks?
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To adults, it was a work of art. To a child, it was one big toy.
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Most of them are bare-handed, and none appear to have any safety gear.
JINHUA, China (Reuters) - There's no masking the facts. One Chinese factory is expecting Donald Trump to beat his likely U.S. presidential rival Hilary Clinton in the popularity stakes. At the Jinhua...
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While most marketing executives would be thrilled to see an ad go viral around the world, this one's getting attention for all the wrong reasons. The spot for China's Qiaobi laundry detergent is bein...
Why are children in rural China suddenly becoming obese?
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A Trump victory in November would be favourable for the Chinese government for a number of reasons.
The romantic gesture is part of a larger loyalty campaign to the country's Communist Party.
This student's night was a real pain in the backside.