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Drought Hits Northern China, El Niño Threatens Worse

EL NIÑO, THE periodic warming of sea-surface-temperatures in the Pacific, is already if prematurely being blamed for the worst drought to hit northern and central China in 60 years. 301 more words

Environment

Z-18F helicopter, China's new anti-submarine weapon

To strengthen the anti-submarine capability of the People’s Liberation Army Navy, Z-18F helicopters will likely serve on the Liaoning, the nation’s first aircraft carrier, and the Type 071 Yuzhao-class amphibious transport docks. 30 more words

Military Aviation

China's PLA Navy set to build 10 aircraft carriers

To create its first blue-water navy, China plans to construct a total of 10 domestic aircraft carriers according to the Kanwa Defense Review. U.S. Chief of Naval Operations, … 96 more words

Military Aviation

Prelude to Conflict: Asia, August 11

“Introspection”- The escalation went underground this week as nations look inside themselves. It all began August 1. A gas line explosion in Taiwan could change politics forever. 1,233 more words

China

China's aircraft carrier puts naval ambitions on show

DALIAN (CHINA) – At a northern quayside China’s first aircraft carrier dwarfs nearby vessels, its take-off ramp rising higher than the top deck of the cruise ship at the next berth, symbolising the country’s naval ambitions. 200 more words

Military Aviation

U.S. Navy In Positive Dialogue With Chinese Navy

By Edmund DeMarche

 

July 17: Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert departs the Chinese Datong FFG 580 with the ship’s commanding officer after touring the ship. 485 more words