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BEIJING/LONDON (Reuters) - China told Britain to keep its hands off Hong Kong on Wednesday while London called for Beijing to honour the agreements made when the city was handed over in 1997, escalating a diplomatic spat over the former British colony.
Sources confirm plan existed to oust Richard Li, leading his tycoon father to tell confidantes of his dismay at the family being sidelined. But Li’s foundation now says its four members, including younger Li, will remain on the council of the mainland China university.
Cheung Ning-yan sold the iPhone XR at a shop in Mong Kok, and when her friend demanded it back, she said she was a victim of robbery. Police were not fooled when she lodged a report.
BEIJING (ANN): The Longqiao Cultural and Ecological Park in Sichuan, China, was due to reopen soon, but is now forced to stay closed for the remainder of the year after Chinese tourists picked all of its lotus flowers.
Transport operator says vehicle meets national standards and warnings were issued
Culprit is detained for endangering public safety in the latest of a string of such incidents in China Passenger-driver fights have been in the spotlight since one ended in a bus plunging into the Yangtze River in October, killing 15
Hong Kong barber who admits chopping off fellow passenger’s hair on bus denies assault as magistrate warns he could face jail if convicted
Allen Yu, 65, pleads not guilty to one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm Yu tells magistrate he will not be a hiring a lawyer to represent him but is warned he is facing serious charge
The man had jumped on stage and poured a bottle of water over Li’s head at Baidu’s annual tech event
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Defence Ministry on Friday denied U.S. accusations that the Chinese military had recently carried out missile tests in the disputed South China Sea, saying instead that they had held routine drills that involved the firing of live ammunition.
MANILA: The crew of a Chinese trawler that sank a Philippine fishing boat last month could have avoided a collision but failed to do so, and then fled instead of plucking the boat’s men out of the water, a state-appointed probe team has concluded.