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Beijing Smog

China Tells Local Weather Forecasters to Stop Issuing Smog Alerts

China's Meteorological Administration on Tuesday has barred regional forecasters from issuing smog alerts to prevent mismatches, a move that has raised suspicions and received great criticisms from the online community.

Counterfeit seasoning scandal

China Arrests 7 Suspects over Fake Seasoning Scandal in Tianjin

Police officials in Tianjin Province, China, on Tuesday, arrested and detained seven culprits for their alleged involvement in the chain of over 50 factories that produced fake spices and sauces in Tianjin.

A request by the Dalai Lama to visit President elect, Donald Trump has been rejected

Trump Declines to Meet the Dalai Lama: Pillsbury

China could see a more likely better relationship with the US after Donald Trump reportedly declined an early request to host the Dalai Lama, Michael Pillsbury, the president-elect's chief advisor, said while speaking at the Pangoal Think Tank Forum in China.

Mine Collapses in Shanxi Province, China

Coal Mine Collapses in China's Shanxi Province, Kills 9

Nine construction workers were on Tuesday confirmed dead after a mine collapsed during maintenance procedures at the Danshuigou colliery in China's Shanxi province.

Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar to Miss 'WWE Raw' Show in Nevada Next Month

Brock Lesnar will not be competing at the 13th episode of the WWE Raw in February, as the event will be held in Nevada where he is currently banned by the state's athletics commission because of his failed doping test from his UFC 200 fight last year.

Police on Monday raided six factories in Tianjin that were manufacturing counterfeit spices and sauces.

China Investigates 50 Factories over Fake Seasoning, Spices in Tianjin

Authorities in China carried out investigations on over 50 factories that are alleged to be selling counterfeit seasoning and sauces. The move comes after six factories in Tianjin were raided by police authorities on Monday for purportedly selling fake sauces.

Beijing air pollution

Beijing to Spend $2.6B to Fight Deadly Air Pollution in 2017

Beijing has introduced plans to spend 18.2 billion yuan ($2.6 billion) to assist in the city's fight against the massive smog massacre, one of the worst recorded globally. A congress meeting held on Saturday highlighted that more was yet to be done in 2017 to curb the air pollution in the region.

A portrait of the the late, Mao Zedong.

China Dismisses Official for Calling Mao Zedong a 'Devil'

A Chinese official in north China's Hebei province has been dismissed for "posting wrong remarks" on his Weibo account on Mao Zedong, the founder of modern China.

Turkish police secure the area at Ortakoy district near night club Reina on Jan. 1, 2017 in Istanbul,  after a terror attack.

2 Chinese Detained over Alleged Involvement in Istanbul New Year's Eve Terror Attack

Two Chinese citizens believed to be members of the rebel Uighurs Muslim group have been placed in custody by a Turkish court on Friday over their alleged involvement in the Istanbul terror attack on Jan. 1.

Tibetan Buddhist in Sichuan gathered in groups to pray and stream the Dalai Lama's teachings during the Kalachakra in India.

Despite China Ban, 2,000 Tibet Buddhists from China Joined Kalachakra

Despite an early warning by the Chinese government not to participate in the 34th "Kalachakra" initiation, which is currently ongoing in Bodh Gaya, India, and is set to end on Saturday, the Tibetan Buddhist community has remained undeterred in the participation of the event either in India or back in China.

Police have diverted cars to a different route after 19 cars piled up along the Guangdong-Hunan highway.

19-Car Pile Up in Guangdong-Hunan Highway Kills 6 People

Six people have been confirmed dead after a massive car accident occurred in the southern province of Guangdong China on Saturday morning.


Taiwan Disputes Nigeria’s Move to Close Abuja Office Following China Talks

The Taiwanese government condemned Nigeria's latest to remove Taiwan's office from Abuja following recent developments between Nigeria and China. A statement issued by Taiwan officials on Thursday urged the Nigerian government to reconsider the move and leave an open room for discussion.

Doping Re-tests

China Risks 1-Year Ban from International Competitions over Doping Scandal

Recent developments in the sports world could see China be barred from competing in Weightlifting competitions. This is after three of its former gold medalists tested positive for doping after re-tests were done from 2008 Olympics thus leading to them being stripped of their titles.

H7N9 avian virus

China's Foshan Reports H7N9 Avian Flu Case

A new case of H7N9 avian flu has been reported in Foshan City, Guangdong Province, according to local health authorities on Friday.

Lunar New Year Festival

China Expects 3 Billion Trips as Spring Festival Kicks Off

Thousands of Chinese citizens flocked airports, railway stations, and bus stations on Friday as they head home to celebrate the coming Lunar New Year season.

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