Back in 2008, at the onset of the derivatives and credit collapse, I wrote several economic editorials discussing what I saw as the single most vital trend in the global fiscal system, and how it would cause a disastrous upheaval that would leave the
Hundreds of millions of Chinese are marking the Lunar New Year.
China has pushed its defense spending to record highs as it builds a global force from the ground up.
The Chinese are voracious copycats.
In the last few years, the phenomena of China's "leftover women" — that is, women over the age of 28 who are unmarried — has become a hot topic amongst China and China-watchers.
On several occasions the old blue flag, which incorporates the Union Flag, has been flown by protesters on the streets of what is becoming an increasingly divided Hong Kong, both embarrassing and infuriating Beijing.
Since November, a Weibo-account strangely named "Study Xi Fan Group" has been revealing a lot about Chinese President Xi Jinping's life.
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch said late Tuesday night in a plainly straightforward tweet that Chinese hackers were still targeting The Wall Street Journal:
How a showdown over a group of remote islands in the East China Sea is heating up online.
The suffocating smog that blanketed swathes of China is now hitting parts of Japan, sparking warnings yesterday of health risks for the young and the sick.
The concentrated cyber attack that breached the defenses of U.S. Department of Energy [DoE] last week may be the scariest yet.
Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, has criticised China in his new book, describing the country as the world's "most sophisticated and prolific hacker".
Casinos bring in billions to Chinese territory that has eclipsed Las Vegas as gambling Mecca of world.
Authorities temporarily shut down over 100 factories to try and tackle extreme air pollution in the Chinese capital.
Beijing state media calls for “urgent gun control” in US
This is a story that shows how deliriously capitalist China has become (for good and bad).
There is a saying, "Once bitten, twice shy".
So the Chinese are listening to Dr. Paul...
China's PLA "sunk" a U.S. aircraft carrier during a war game in remote China using its DF-21D "Carrier Killer" missile, reports Taiwan paper Want China Times.
Alert 5 posts Chinese military hardware pictures straight from the ground, but they can lack context as PLA troops or brave civilians snap photos of classified military manuevers and post to Weibo.
What in the world is China up to?
Once upon a time, former Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping suggested that Asia’s Pacific powers and wannabes should “put aside differences and jointly develop resources.”
The Chinese economy is "very credit dependent", warn GMO analysts Edward Chancellor and Mike Monnelly.
Takahasi was the first of his era to tear up rule book completely. He took Japan off gold in December 1931. He ran "Keynesian" budget deficits deliberately, launching a New Deal blitz before Franklin Roosevelt took office.
As the U.S. makes clear it will defend Japan should China try and lay claim to the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, this Chinese announcement from mid-2012 offers additional perspective.
China could be considering relaxing its harsh one-child policy because of women like Hu Yanqin, who lives in a village at the edge of the Gobi desert.
A week ago we reported that following what China said was a response to counter “Japanese military aircraft disrupting the routine patrols of Chinese administrative aircraft” over the East China Sea,
The back-and-forth between China, Japan, and the U.S. over disputed islands in the East China Sea this week continued ratcheting up, exposing policies that could prevent any diplomatic solution.
Last week, the Chinese government sent a civilian surveillance plane, a twin propeller aircraft, to fly near the uninhabited islands at the heart of a growing feud between China and Japan. Tokyo, in response, ordered F-15 fighter jets to take a look
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