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Check In China


Check In China

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To prevent things going wrong, much in China is organised and scripted.

Check In China

Reality in the city of dreams

For many, Beijing is the place to achieve their goals but for others, it’s a nightmare.

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Increasing the visibility of LGBTs

With the growth of social media, there is much more information on the community today, but they are still fighting for their legal rights.

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Going for safer option after food safety scare

China’s organic farmers are gaining ground as consumers look for produce that is free of chemicals and grown naturally.

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After rationing, a golden era arrives

In China today, entrepreneurs are venturing into businesses that their parents could not have dreamed of, and catering to a new asset-owning generation.

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A decision that could ‘change the world’

While the Philippines hopes international arbitration will clarify its entitlements in the South China Sea, China says it will not accept or recognise the verdict.

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Student’s death heightens concerns

Both online and in bricks-and-mortar facilities, the medical sector of China is plagued with a list of problems.

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Locking horns over human rights

It’s April and time for the usual tit-for-tat exchange between China and the United States over their human rights practices.

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Marriage isn’t the only path to bliss

An advertisement in China about changing destiny gets both bouquets and brickbats.

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Mixed reviews on ‘peaceful liberation’

Whether Tibet has experienced fast-paced development or suppression of human rights and religious freedom depends on who you ask.

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China’s vaccine scandal erodes trust

The explanation that the vaccines would merely be ineffective has not reassured the public, who are worried about vaccine-related accidents, disabilities and even deaths.

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Trump’s fixation with China

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said no matter who gets elected as America’s next president, bilateral ties would not change course but the state-owned Chinese media have been especially critical of Donald Trump.

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