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[PHOTOS] EXCLUSIVE: Images From the Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Rally

The Chinese central government today announced regulations that would gut Hong Kong’s evolution to real democratic election of the city’s chief executive.  In essence, Beijing imposed rules that would ensure that only it’s hand-picked candidates would be allowed to run for the city’s top government post.  392 more words

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Chinese operating system to replace Microsoft Windows!

Redmond Giant Microsoft will soon get a Chinese competitor in its OS business from this year end. As per the latest reports revealed by Xinhua, China is planning to launch its first home grown operating system by October 2014 to wean the country from the foreign OSes like Windows. 263 more words


Two Tibetan political prisoners released on term completion

DHARAMSHALA, August 21: Chinese authorities have released two Tibetans from prison on completion of their sentences.

Dhamchoe Tsultrim, 42, was among several Tibetans who were arrested for their alleged involvement in self-immolation protest by Dhamchoe Sangpo on February 17, 2012. 166 more words


New IM Restrictions in China

WeChat China’s biggest Instant Messaging service looks to be hit with usage restrictions for Celebrities, Businesses and anybody who can reach an audience beyond China itself. 196 more words


The Chinese Government Are 'Bastards,' Says an Australian MP

An Australian legislator and mining magnate has delivered a scathing tirade against Chinese investment in Australia, calling the Chinese government “bastards” who want to usurp control of the nation. 745 more words

China, Myanmar Railway: Not Exactly "Full Speed Ahead"

By Yun Sun

Since reports about the cancellation of a proposed US$20 billion railway line connecting China’s southern Yunnan province with Myanmar’s Rakhine western coast emerged in late July, conflicting accounts about the 1,200 kilometer project’s status have raised new questions about the neighboring countries’ commercial relations. 1,184 more words

Perceptions shattered

3 months in China changed all I knew about it. I spent the first 2 months in Shanghai, doing an internship for a digital marketing agency called web2asia, while living in an apartment block with about 50 international interns. 726 more words