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How the CPEC is Improvinng People's Lives in Pakistan

Pakistan residents are reportedly seeing significant changes in the country, two years after the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) program was launched. read more

China Uses Hackers to Attack US Missile System THAAD in South Korea, Research Says

American cybersecurity firm FireEye told The Wall Street Journal that China has used hackers to target the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense ...read more

China Unveils new Dongfeng-11AZT Ballistic Missile for the First Time

China has unveiled its Dongfeng-11AZT (DF-11AZT), an upgrade of the Dongfeng-11 (DF-11) short-range ballistic missiles, via the Chinese Central ... read more

China to Start Producing Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarines This Year

China's new submarine factory on the Yellow Sea will start producing nuclear-powered attack submarines (SSNs) beginning this year. read more

China Ramps up Military Base, Port Construction in Djibouti

China continues to invest in Djibouti in Africa, with the construction of a military base and a $590 million port near the city. read more

India, US, Japan to Conduct Trilateral Naval Drills; China Expected to Closely Monitor Exercises

India and the US are ready to carry out its naval exercise in the Malabar in the Bay of Bengal this coming July. Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force will also join the naval drill that will be more ... read more

How the CPEC is Improvinng People's Lives in Pakistan

Pakistan residents are reportedly seeing significant changes in the country, two years after the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) program was launched. read more

China Uses Hackers to Attack US Missile System THAAD in South Korea, Research Says

American cybersecurity firm FireEye told The Wall Street Journal that China has used hackers to target the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), US' missile defense system installed in South ... read more

Hollywood Star Jackie Chan Admits to Being Forced to Wed Wife Joan Lin After He got Her Pregnant

An interview with actor Jackie Chan in 2015 has re-surfaced online after an alleged suicide incident by his daughter with Elaine Ng, Etta Ng. In the interview, Chan admitted that he was forced to ... read more

China Helps 'Kong: Skull Island' to Cross $500 Million Mark at Global Box Office

"Kong: The Skull Island" is continuing with its chest thumping performance across the world as the monster movie crosses the $500 million mark at the global box office. This thumping performance is ... read more

China’s Latin Dance Star Graces America’s ‘Little Big Shots’

The Latino dance super star of China, Xiongfei, graces America's "Little Big Shots" hosted by Steve Harvey last week. The ... read more

Society

China Completes First National Geoinformation Survey

China has completed its first national geo-information survey, which collects basic information on the country's natural resources including location, ... read more

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China to Increase Non-Fossil Fuel Consumption to 20% by 2030

China wants its non-fossil fuels to account for around 20 percent of its total energy consumption, increasing by over half of the current demand by 2050, the country's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said on Tuesday. read more

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Culture

Crystal Bus Serves Michelin-Star Dimsum in Hong Kong Tour

The Crystal Bus in Hong Kong is currently making waves in the Internet for serving Michelin-star dim sum dishes while showing off to tourists the magnificence of the city, Shanghaiist.com reports. The double deck beauty started its operations ... read more

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