Facebook Twitter 新浪微博 google plus Instagram YouTube Saturday 28 November 2015
Xi ready to point way on climate
For the first time, the Chinese president will attend and address the opening ceremony of the UN climate conference, joining an unprecedented gathering of world leaders to push for a pact to curb global warming.
Chinese envoy says Xi's visit to raise China-Zimbabwe relations to new high
China's President Xi Jinping's state visit to Zimbabwe is expected to raise the China-Zimbabwe all-weather friendship to a new high, China's ambassador to Zimbabwe Huang Ping said Friday.
Probes of securities firms drag down market
Announcements that major Chinese securities firms are under investigation for alleged rule violations triggered a market sell-off on Friday amid investors' concerns about the firms' business prospects.
Chinese Billionaire Aims to Build World's Most Profitable Sports Company
Wang's Wanda Group has set up Wanda Sports company, an integration of sports marketing company Infront Sports & Media and World Triathlon Corporation (WTC).
Former Gymnast Sang Lan: Hero or Liar?
A report from China's official Xinhua News Agency has now cast doubt on Sang Lan's story, saying new evidence has suggested the foreign coach did not distract her. Instead, he was the first person to offer help to Sang after she lost balance and fell onto the mat.
China opposes to U.S. arms sale to Taiwan: Defense Ministry
China is resolutely opposed to any country’s arms sale to Taiwan, said a spokesperson for the Ministry of National Defense commenting on reports of U.S. upcoming announcement of $1 billion arms sale to Taiwan.

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