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Dan Washburn's new book on golf course ban in China

Jun 27, 2014
Dan Washburn talks about China's ban on golf in his book "The Forbidden Game"
Posted In: China, Golf

Island's answer to China-Japan dispute: Tourism

Jun 26, 2014
The tiny resort island of Ishigaki wants Chinese tourists, but not its military.
Posted In: China, Japan, tourism

U.S. steelmakers battle against cheap imports, again

Jun 26, 2014
China and South Korea are dumping cheap steel into the market
Posted In: steel, China, South Korea

Foreign banks ask China: Where's our copper?

Jun 17, 2014
In China, a warehouse of copper is used over and over again as collateral for loans.
Posted In: China, commodities, scam, loans
Tian’anmen

The economic backdrop to Tian'anmen

Jun 4, 2014
The Tian’anmen Square protests were about more than just students and democracy.
Posted In: China, Tiananmen Square, protest, history

China's economic boom leaves a trail of ghost cities

Jun 2, 2014
A growth model focused on GDP has left hundreds of Chinese cities nearly empty.
Posted In: China, ghost towns, #numberslie

The economic backdrop to China's terrorist attacks

May 22, 2014
Today's attack on a market in Xinjiang killed 31, injuring at least 90.
Posted In: China, Uighurs, terrorism
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What China gets from the $400 billion Russian gas deal

May 21, 2014
China and Russia signed a deal for $400 billion-worth of gas for the next 30 years
Posted In: China, gazprom
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China and the U.S.: Who's spying on whom?

May 21, 2014
The New York Times' David Sanger on what government spies look for in 2014.
Posted In: China, nsa, spying

How much would an all-American iPhone cost?

May 20, 2014
A 100 percent U.S.-made iPhone would cost more than $2,000.
Posted In: iPhone, apple, China

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