China's national space program has not been invited to join the International Space Station project, despite a news report from Russia suggesting otherwise, NASA officials told SPACE.com.
China and Taiwan prepared Tuesday to sign a trade deal that binds their economies closer and that Beijing hopes could lead to political accommodation six decades after the rivals split amid civil war.
China followed through Monday on its pledge to allow greater flexibility in exchange rates, but said an appreciation in its currency alone could not rebalance world growth as it urged world leaders to carry out more fundamental reforms.
The prohibition would last until China, a World Trade Organization (WTO) member for nearly 10 years, signs on to the WTO's "Agreement of Governmental Procurement," enabling Washington to challenge Beijing's procurement rules.
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Zhu Baoqi should have been a shining example of China's economic miracle in the heartland of the ruling Communist Party. As government funds flooded into industry and construction across his home province of Shaanxi, Zhu became a rich man. Startin
North Korean border guards shot and killed three Chinese suspected smugglers and wounded a fourth last week, prompting a complaint from Pyongyang's only major ally, China's Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
A Chinese farmer has declared war on property developers who want his land, building a cannon out of a wheelbarrow and pipes and firing rockets at would-be eviction teams, state media said on Tuesday.
China is cracking down on Tibetan intellectuals and artists who have sought to open up discussion of the future of their region after unrest that spread across the area in Spring 2008, an overseas activist group said on Tuesday.
China and India have lifted at least 125 million out of slums between 1990 and 2010. * China improved the daily conditions of 65.3 million urban residents who were deprived of shelter * China’s urban population living in slums fell from 37.3 pe
Korea estimates that anywhere from 50,000 to 100,000 people from North Korea are currently living in China. Of those, about 80% are women. And of the women, almost 90% have been trafficked at some point or are currently victims of trafficking. For th