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Why is Australia so paranoid over China?

Australia, concerned about rising Chinese influence, will ban foreign political donations to prevent external interference in domestic politics, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday. Turnbull said that foreign powers were

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Why Chinese men make the best mates

Lilian Hamilton, a Western woman who has been dating a Chinese man for the past four years, think Chinese men outperform Western men in almost every category. Here are five reasons Chinese men make the best boyfriends and husbands. Do you agree or disagree?

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German student cycles around China in search of Chinese Dream

Jorg, a German postgraduate majoring in Chinese studies at Zhejiang University, cycled 5,800 kilometers across 12 provinces in China searching for ordinary people’s Chinese dreams.

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Man tricked into buying ghost money for 220,000 yuan

Police in north China's Shanxi Province have seized three people who swindled a man out of over 220,000 yuan and tricked him into buying "illicit cash" which turns out to be ghost money.

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China bans foreign waste – but what will happen to the world’s recycling?

The dominant position that China holds in global manufacturing means that for many years China has also been the largest global importer of many types of recyclable materials. Last year, Chinese manufacturers imported 7.3 million metric tonnes of waste plastics from developed countries including the UK, the EU, the US and Japan.

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China is overrun with unicorns

Since the beginning of 2017, China has seen its fair share of unicorns. No, not the national animal of Scotland. We're talking about startups valued in excess of $1 billion.

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Beijing bashes billboards in bid to beautify buildings

Beijing is ramping up a citywide campaign to tear down billboards and logos that protrude from the edges of buildings in a bid to remake the city’s skyline. As of the end of last week, nearly a third of the 27,000 billboards labeled irregular by municipal authorities have been taken down in the “skyline operation,” the government-run Beijing Daily reported, citing official sources.

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US bus company under probe for Anti-China Ads

According to the Daily Illini, the controversial ad was sent by the company to its email list on Dec 2 to promote its Suburban Express services, which provides shuttle buses to students from several colleges to destinations such as O’Hare International Airport. The ad told potential passengers that they would enjoy being seated next to “passengers like you” and wouldn’t “feel like you’re in China when you’re on our buses.”

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Robots now have emotions!

A pair of emotional robots developed by Hefei University of Technology has attracted much attention from Chinese Internet users.

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Harvard agrees to submit student records to Justice Department

Harvard would turn over years of confidential applicant and student records to the United States Justice Department as the college was suspected of discriminating against Asian-American applicants, according to the Harvard Crimsonon。

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