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BEIJING: Tougher law enforcement has reduced the number of environmental offenders in Beijing in recent years, but more companies need to adapt to the emissions standards in China's capital, its environmental inspection squad says.
LOOKING for a gateway to heaven in China? Look no further. Head straight to Beijing’s Ox Street or Niujie, you will find an indicator at an old mosque with strong Chinese influence.
HONG KONG/LONDON: As an international tribunal prepares to rule on Beijing's territorial claims in the South China Sea, officials in Washington, Tokyo and Southeast Asia are on tenterhooks. Yet, in the words of one senior Chinese official, Beijing does not care.
Comment - By HO WAH FOON Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad can expect to be accorded a warm reception in Beijing during his five-day official visit to China to hold talks with President Xi Jinping.
BEIJING: Beijing shut down its last large-scale coal-fired power plant, meaning that the capital now uses only clean energy for all electricity and heating.
BEIJING: Beijing stepped up its rhetoric against Taiwanese independence on Saturday, with Premier Li Keqiang warning against “separatist activities” on the island and pledging to safeguard China’s “territorial integrity”.
BEIJING, Dec 19, 2015 (AFP) - Beijing issued its second-ever red alert for smog and put its emergency response plan into action once again as severe pollution hit China’s capital on Saturday.
BEIJING: Beijing has proposed a new system giving permanent residence status to millions of people already living in the city, giving them better access to services like healthcare and education.
Beijing: Beijing has emerged as the best city in its region for air quality improvements over the past four months – a time when the capital usually suffers its worst air pollution – according to the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
BEIJING: China warned self-ruled Taiwan that it would “reap the consequences” of promoting formal independence, a red line for Beijing which claims the island as its own.