Thu,Apr 24,2014

Misreading Obama's commitment over Diaoyu islands is dangerous

After serving his guest at Tokyo's most celebrated sushi restaurant, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe finally got a long-awaited commitment from U.S. President Barack Obama.

Regional naval code inked

Member states of a regional naval symposium on Tuesday signed up to a framework maritime communication deal which is designed to reduce misunderstandings and avoid maritime accidents.

Infrastructure projects set to boost growth

China announced 80 major public infrastructure projects on Wednesday to arrest the economy's slowdown while experimenting with wider access for private and overseas investors.

Obama’s four-nation Asia trip: a peacemaker or a troublemaker?

Obama has started his four-nation Asia trip. This will offer an opportunity to put America's status as a 'responsible country' to the test. Will Obama be a peacemaker, or a troublemaker?

Young Han Chinese turn to Tibetan Buddhism

A poll of 4,500 Chinese aged above 16 found that 31.4 percent described themselves as religious, which suggests 300 million people nationwide could be religious, three times higher than the official figure.

Post 80s lad donates stem cells to patient in S. Korea

A 32-year-old Chinese donated hematopoietic stem cells to a patient in South Korea Tuesday, marking the 142th case of transnational donation registered with the China Marrow Donor Program (CMDP).








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