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U.S. Navy Chief Says He’ll Keep Sailing in South China Sea

There have been some tense moments between U.S. and Chinese forces in the South China Sea over the past several months, with China’s fighters buzzing American surveillance planes and its warships shadowing American aircraft carriers in international waters. 643 more words

The Cable

A Study in Black and White

Why do we love black and white so much?   I love to walk through the fields and the woods and see nature in all its glorious colour but I always convert my photographs to black and white.  Why?

Photography

Twenty Year Medal Table for Trampolining

Summer Olympic Games 1996 – 2012

Canada has now won medals in women’s trampolining for four Games in a row. Karen Cockburn won the first three and Rosie MacLennan won the fourth, and the only gold. 113 more words

Statistics

ASEAN’s South China Sea ulcer

July 27, 2016

COMMENT: Why the gloom and doom about ASEAN just because the regional organisation is unable to craft and issue a joint statement on the question of the South China Sea. 1,396 more words

International Affairs

New Technology Makes It Easy to Ride through the Airport in Style

I don’t know about you but I always have connecting flights on opposite ends of the airport. I get tired from speed walking past other airway travelers while also lugging my carry-on suitcase that barely passes regulations behind me. 241 more words

Shows

DyStar Building Global Innovation Center in China

DyStar Group, a provider of colorants, auxiliaries and services for the textile industry, is setting up a new Global Innovation Center at the production site of DyStar Nanjing Colours Co. 309 more words

Textiles