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Updated 4:59 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 11, 2019

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China is interested in Alberta's oil reserves

Trump's Trade Policies Push Canadian Provinces Into China's Arms

Alberta's trade minister is planning to visit China twice this year to cement trade ties.

China has warned that war between the two countries would mean the end of US history, or even worse, the end of humanity

China is Preparing for a Possible War With the US

Donald Trump has signaled that he intends to follow a more hard line policy in an effort to counter China's claim on the disputed South China Sea.

Approximately 40 countries, including some in Europe, have reported new outbreaks of bird flu.

Bird Flu Outbreak in China Sparks Concern Amid Lunar New Year Celebrations

A spate of human deaths due to bird flu in China has sparked concern from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Jack Ma Predicts Uncertain Times for China's Economy, Praises Trump

Alibaba executive chairman Jack Ma has said that China's short-term economic outlook will be tougher than expected, and that trade friction with the United States was inevitable.

The Uighurs often use the term 'Turkestan' in national liberation and religious movements.

Uighurs and China's Stake in the Syrian Civil War

In late January, Pentagon spokesperson Captain Jeff Davis said that "U.S manned and unmanned aircraft conducted a precision airstrike on January 19 against an Al Qaeda camp in Idlib Province, Syria."

The move comes as the country's film industry is expected to pick up this year after a lacklustre 2016.

Dadi Shells out $575 Million to Acquire Orange Skys Golden Harvest's China Cinemas

Cinema operator Orange Sky Golden Harvest (OSGH) has agreed to sell its theatres in mainland China to the country's second-largest exhibition group, Dadi.

 China and the US consider microchip technology as a crucial cog in their national security and economy.

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Amid growing tensions between the two countries, China's technology ministry is trying to play down Beijing's semiconductor ambitions, saying that the United States' concerns over the issue are exaggerated.

One can now pay for such a date through one of several of apps dedicated to that cause.

Chinese Dating Apps Enjoy Increased Demand on Lunar New Year

As millions of people head home to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, desperate men looking to hire an instant girlfriend to present to their parents are keeping 24-year-old Luoluo busy on a mobile dating app.

American companies have accused President Xi's government of tilting the business environment in China in favor of local companies

US Companies Accuse China of Protectionism

An annual survey of business conditions in China conducted by the American Chamber of Commerce, or AmCham, found that 4 out of 5 companies feel less welcome in China than before

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China Warns Trump to Tread Carefully in Dealing With the South China Sea Dispute

China has warned US President Donald Trump to "speak and act cautiously" after the White House said that it would take action to prevent China's attempts to "take over" the South China Sea.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

Defence Agencies Warned Canadian Government Against Chinese Company Laser Technology Deal

The media has learned that Canadian security agencies warned Ottawa against allowing a Chinese firm to take over a Montreal tech company, fearing that the move would undermine the technological edge that Western militaries have over China.

Donald Trump

EU Nations React to Trump's Criticism of NATO

US President-elect Donald Trump's comment that NATO has become obsolete has been met with surprise and defiance by the European Union member-states.

Ann Linde

Swedish Minister Shocked by Xenophobia Towards Swedes Living in Britain

Ann Linde, Swedish minister for EU affairs and trade, said on Monday that she was shocked by the uncertainty and xenophobia being experienced by Swedes in the United Kingdom since the 'brexit' referendum.

Donald Trump

Trump to End Russian Sanctions for Nuclear Reduction Deal

US President-elect Donald Trump on Monday told British media that he will offer to end sanctions against Russia if it agrees to a nuclear reduction deal.

Rodrigo Duterte

Philippine President Duterte Criticized over His Martial Law Threat

Philippine rights advocates and survivors of the dictator Ferdinand Marcos, the country's former leader, criticized President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday for his comments that he is considering of declaring martial law to curb what he called the country's run-away drugs problem.

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