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Pet Owner in shock to find his puppies grow up to become Bears

Wang Kaiyu, from a village in Yunnan, China, bought two puppies from a Vietnamese man, while planting banana trees in 2013, on the border on China and Vietnam. 289 more words


HK `not target' of new national security law


Amy Nip

Monday, July 06, 2015

Hongkongers will not be arrested in the mainland for their actions in the territory, according to the secretary for Justice. 324 more words

Greece says NO; minimal impact on PH but market to track events abroad

PSE Market Recap: 3 July 2015 Close 7,535.30 (43.01) 0.57% Total Volume 891,399,576 Total Value 5,176,431,441.78 Advancers 65 Declines 83 Unchanged 57

Market volume in the Philippine bourse has remained thin, with all sub-indices closing down on Friday.   420 more words


RICHARD GERE And NANCY PELOSI: As the Dalai Lama Turns 80, Tibet Still Suffers

Wall Street Journal — The exiled leader teaches harmony, but China tries to banish his influence.

On July 6 the Dalai Lama, whose spiritual wisdom and friendship have been touchstones for both of our lives, is turning 80 years old. 52 more words


Zeroing in on empty homes, China throws developers a lifeline

Reuters says in its report today that Chinese government is buying from developers the residential housing that they are unable to sell in order to reduce the oversupply and infuse life into China’s depressed property market. 890 more words

China Waits With Bated Breath for Monday's Opening Bell

While much of the world’s attention remains focused on the Greek debt crisis, another financial storm of much greater proportions is brewing on the other side of the world. 838 more words


Hangzhou leads the way for sustainable tourism in China

The beauty of this eastern Chinese metropolis has been recognised for centuries, and now green policies are safeguarding its huge tourist pulling power