|Ryan General |||Dec 23, 2015 03:15 PM EST|
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described the recent negotiations between China and London as "bright spot" over the past years, hoping this move will inspire other Western countries to do the same with its favorable relationship with China.
|Ryan General |||Dec 23, 2015 03:05 PM EST|
Poised to be one of the highest grossing movie in China, locally produced Mojin: The Lost Legend grossed $92 million during its release this past weekend. The instant blockbuster was directed by Wuershan and stars a cast of A-list Chinese actors.
|Ryan General |||Dec 23, 2015 07:28 AM EST|
Chinese couples will now be encouraged to have two children, according to a draft statement on China's national law on population and family planning proposed to the country's top legislature.
|Ryan General |||Dec 23, 2015 07:12 AM EST|
Lawmakers in China have proposed to fully open elderly care market in order to meet the vast demand of their senior citizens.
|Ryan General |||Dec 23, 2015 07:03 AM EST|
In a bid to protect Chinese culture and traditions, China is blocking international programs that prepare students for overseas study. Following this directive, in Beijing No.4 High School, the international program has been seperated from the public school course. Pundits say the move would discourage students looking to further their education abroad.
|Ryan General |||Dec 22, 2015 12:52 PM EST|
China is set to invite members of the Syrian government and opposition members to Beijing for talks aimed at ending the civil war in the country. The initiative is due to the apparent lack of progess from the current talks. China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi addressed the Chinese media after attending the Third Foreign Ministers' meeting of the International Syria Support Group in New York last week.
|Ryan General |||Dec 22, 2015 12:32 PM EST|
NASA and National Science Foundation-funded study indicate that climate change is threatening freshwater supplies and ecosystems by continuously warming lakes around the world. Data taken from satellites and ground activities shows that the temperature of 235 lakes around the globe has dramatically changed over the past 25 years.
|Ryan General |||Dec 21, 2015 08:21 PM EST|
Hong Kong netizens would normally be familiar to one another by their aliases, sharing their thoughts through digital memes, but on Wednesday night, they stopped guessing through social media and instead assemble for a rally outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council to express dissatisfaction over the new bill that may limit their freedom of expression.
|Ryan General |||Dec 21, 2015 04:39 PM EST|
Beijing authorities prepared citizens for four days of suffocating smog beginning on Saturday. However, many say the haze was less intense than what was forecasted. Some even questioned why the government had issued its highest air pollution alert.
|Ryan General |||Dec 21, 2015 04:33 PM EST|
China continues its mission to take control of the highly-contested South China Sea area, leaving in its wake some completely destroyed underwater surroundings. In the area near the Filipino military-controlled spot, Chinese sea pokers are reportedly destroying reefs for all the corals and clams they can transport, making the once vibrant coral reefs into a desert under territories claimed by neighboring countries.
|Ryan General |||Dec 10, 2015 12:16 AM EST|
Convicted child rapist and registered sex offender Peter Walbran was caught by authorities living in one of Thailand's rural areas, teaching children ages 12-17. The 59-year old Australian pedophile had been convicted of committing terrible sexual acts on children as young as eight on the Indonesian island of Lombok in 2012.
|Ryan General |||Dec 09, 2015 10:22 AM EST|
Philippine presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte has openly announced several times that if he wins the presidency in the 2016 elections, he will place the entire Philippines under dictatorship. This may be the only time in history that a presidential candidate is asking the people to vote for him so he can place them under a forced rule. He also mentioned that he would place the entire country under curfew in an interview on radio DZMM.
|Ryan General |||Dec 09, 2015 08:58 AM EST|
Recent reports indicate that demand for illegal ivory may have dwindled in the past year and a half. According to a study by group Save the Elephants, the current lower price of ivory may be a signal of its waning demand. This is a good sign in the fight against elephant poaching and illegal ivory trade.
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