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Short Sellers Were Right, Tech Pro Sales Down 50%, Bleeding Cash

After numerous negative reports on Tech Pro, 3823 hk, the company finally proved them right.  After giving a vague profit warning on August 5… 528 more words

The return of the Xia | The Economist

CHINA’S leaders are immensely proud of their country’s ancient origins. President Xi Jinping peppers his speeches with references to China’s “5,000 years of history”. The problem is that archaeological evidence of a political entity in China going back that far is scant. 513 more words

China Alert

How Chinese Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Their Military Again

August 8, 2016 /ChinaFile

Every evening, as regular and obstreperous as a rooster, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers sing from the barracks outside my Beijing home, a chorus of teenage troops reminding the neighborhood when it’s dinner time: 588 more words

China Society And Culture

You Ask How Deeply I Love You
Kinmen Island, and the Past and Future of Sino-Taiwanese Relations

by Anna Beth Keim / July 12, 2016 / 696 more words


Hong Kong Glues Down Paving Stones to Prevent Violence During Beijing Official’s Visit 

Beijing taking no chances in protest-prone Hong Kong.

Emily Rauhala writes: In a sign of the times, officials in Hong Kong are gluing down bricks ahead of a visit by a top Chinese official, a move  365 more words

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Hong Kong At ‘Serious Risk’ Of Cyberattack Amid 7 Million Daily Attempts Worldwide, Cyber Security Experts Warn

Hong Kong is certainly at a “serious risk” of cyberattack, with an average of 7 million hacking attempts daily worldwide, a Hong Kong cyber crime research centre warned authorities, urging them to do more to protect themselves from such an attack. 335 more words

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