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From sailing, now China wants to fly tourists into the disputed South China Sea islands.

China Now Wants to Fly Tourists to the Disputed South China Sea Islands

China is planning to launch air tour flights to the Paracel Islands in a disputed area of the South China Sea, also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan, the South China Morning Post reported.

Solar Power Industry In Spain

China, US Lead Solar Power Growth Globally in 2016

The amount of solar power added worldwide jumped to 50 percent in 2016, thanks to China and US increasing demand.

China opened its first industrial wastewater treatment plant that uses radiation technology with electron beams.

China Opens First Wastewater Treatment That Uses Radiation

China launched on Monday its first facility that utilizes electron beams to treat industrial wastewater, paving way for radiation technology in the leading textile producer in the world.

Wind Power Plant In Xinjiang

China Invested Over $50B for Belt and Road Initiative

China has invested more than $50 billion in the countries along the Silk Road after the Belt and Road Initiative was proposed in 2013, a senior official said revealed on Monday.

Discovery Astronauts Continue Mission Tasks

China to Send at Least 6 BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellites into Space in 2017

China is planning to send off between six and eight BeiDou-3 satellites this year, according to Yang Yuanxi, BeiDou satellite navigation system's deputy chief designer.

International Ice Patrol Searches Atlantic For Icebergs

China Puts World's Biggest Offshore Oil Exploration Platform Into Service

China's Bluewhale I, dubbed as the world's largest and deepest-operating offshore oil exploration platform, has officially been put into service, China Central Television reported on Saturday.

China reveals details of first space cargo aircraft Tianzhou-1.

Tianzhou-1: China Releases Details of First Cargo Spacecraft's Refuelling Mission in April

China released more details of its upcoming Tianzhou-1 mission launch in April. The first cargo spacecraft is expected to dock with the orbiting Tiangong-2 space lab three times, sources said on Saturday.

South Korea Announces Site of THAAD Deployment

China, Russia Join Forces Against US, South Korea's THAAD Deployment Plan

China and Russia have agreed to enhance their coordinated efforts to oppose the US' controversial plan to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD) missile system in South Korea.

 Patriot Advanced Capability-3 interceptors (PAC3) are located at Ministry of Defense on April 4, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan.

PAC-3 Missile Systems Deployed to Taiwan's East Coast to Strengthen Defense Against China

Taiwan has move its Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) air defense missile systems to the east coast, citing China's "changing military strategy," the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said.

Lotte World Tower Under Construction Previewed

Lotte's China Website Hacked as Protest Against THAAD Deal

The Lotte Group admitted on Wednesday that anonymous Chinese hackers have attacked its website in China, a day after it signed a deal to sell its land for a US missile defense system in South Korea. The retail giant's official website www.lotte.cn has remained inaccessible to visitors since late Tuesday afternoon.

Attorney General Holder Announces Intellectual Property Enforcement Action

US Watchdog Labels China the 'World's Principal IP Infriger'

An American watchdog called China as the "world's principal IP infringer" costing the US economy as high as $600 million per year because of its counterfeit goods, software piracy, and theft of trade secrets.

China claimed that its Wing Loong II unmanned aerial vehicle received its largest foreign order.

China's Wing Loong II Drone Secures Biggest Foreign Order

China has received the largest overseas order for its Wing Loong II strike-capable reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a step closer to its goal to become a major military exporter, state-backed Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday.

China is considering of giving 'birth rewards' and subsidies to encourage families to have a second child.

China Considers Giving 'Birth Rewards' for Second Child: Report

China will likely offer birth incentives and subsidies to encourage its citizens to have a second child, state-backed China Daily reported.

Check out the slate of Chinese weapons displayed at the IDEX 2017.

Look: Chinese High-Tech Weaponry Flaunted at an Arm Fair

China showed off a slate of high-tech weaponry during the International Defense Exhibition and Conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE, including S-20 attack submarines, FC-31 stealth fighter jets, and updates to laser and drone weaponry.

China plans to produce and test flight its next-generation Long March 8 next year.

China to Test Flight Next-Generation Long March 8 Carrier Rocket in 2018

China is poised to produce its next-generation CZ-8 (Long March 8) medium-life carrier rocket to meet the demands of commercial launch services. It is planning to carry out its first test flight by the end of next year, Li Tongyu from the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, said on Monday.

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