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Chinese newspaper swears China isn't hacking other governments

Aug 5, 2011
Earlier this week we reported on a study from McAfee, that said a likely "state actor" had hacked more than 70 governments, non-profit organizati...
Posted In: China, hacking, security

Chinese people show frustration over corruption

Aug 3, 2011
After a high-speed train crash last month -- and the government's reactions afterward -- some Chinese are beginning to publicly show anger and resistance
Posted In: China

Biggest cyber-attack ever

Aug 3, 2011
Security company McAfee has just released a paper revealing a massive set of cyber-attacks, infiltrating 72 organizations. Reuters is calling it...
Posted In: China, cybercrime, hacking, McAfee, security

The robots are coming! Or, how to spoil a pefectly nice dance party.

Aug 1, 2011
Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that assembles Apple's iPhones and iPads, is reportedly planning to "hire" 1 million robots to take on the boring,...
Posted In: China, Foxconn, iPad, labor, robot, robots, world

Chinese billionaires chip in to protect environment

Jul 29, 2011
Project would be China's first private nature reserve, to protect a fifth of the world's Giant Panda population
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China slams U.S. politics, but can't remove itself from the American economy

Jul 29, 2011
China owns nearly $1.2 trillion of U.S. debt. And with worries over a default or credit downgrade, why doesn't China stop investing in the U.S. economy?
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Chinese bullet train disaster clouds future sales

Jul 27, 2011
Public outrage erupted in China after a deadly crash between two high-speed trains this past weekend
Posted In: China, Transportation

Chinese firm spans the globe to build construction experience

Jul 25, 2011
A Chinese company helping to reconstruct a bridge in New York aims to become a world-class construction power. But the rebuilding project is not without controversy.
Posted In: China

U.S. bondholders in China still waiting for a deal

Jul 25, 2011
China, the second biggest holder of U.S. debt after the Federal Reserve, isn't in panic mode yet as Washington continues to struggle over a deal that would raise the debt ceiling.
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Building a better 'Made in China' reputation

Jul 22, 2011
A Chinese company helping to build part of the new Bay Bridge in San Francisco hopes to change U.S. perceptions about China's construction quality
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