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  1. America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. (AMX) versus China Unicom (Hong Kong) (CHU) Head to Head Comparison

    America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. (NYSE: AMX) and China Unicom (Hong Kong) (NYSE:CHU) are both large-cap computer and technology companies, but which is the superior business? We will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their profitability, analyst recommendations, institutional ownership, dividends, risk, earnings and valuation. Profitability This table compares America Movil, S.A.B.…
  2. For India, What China Can Bring to Tibet Matters; Not What it Possesses

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 09:08 combataircraft.com
    The Indian Air Force has been operating at its lowest combat strength in more than a decade. It is down to 33 squadrons as against a mandated 42 squadrons needed for a simultaneous and collusive two-front war scenario with Pakistan and…
  3. What the J-20 Fighter's Arrival Means for China's Power Projection Capabilities

    Combataircraft.com - Military 10.07 / 09:08 combataircraft.com
    The People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has officially commissioned the Chengdu J-20 fifth-gen stealth fighter into military service, with testing underway to make the plane fully operational. In an exclusive analysis for Sputnik, Russian military observer Vasily Kashin outlines the capabilities that the new plane…
  4. Fall Member Happy Hour at China Live’s Cold Drinks Bar

    Caamedia.org - Lifestyle 10.07 / 05:12 caamedia.org
    Mix and mingle with CAAM Members at our Member Fall Happy Hour on Wednesday, October 18th at China Live's Cold Drinks Bar. CAAM members receive free admission and non-member admission is only…
  5. The Great Han: Race, Nationalism, and Tradition in China Today by Kevin Carrico

    Ucpress.edu - 10.07 / 05:12 ucpress.edu
    The Great Han is an ethnographic study of the Han Clothing Movement, a neotraditionalist and racial nationalist movement that has emerged in China since 2001. Participants come together both online and in person in cities across China to revitalize their utopian vision of the authentic “Great Han” and corresponding “real China” through pseudotraditional ethnic dress, reinvented Confucian ritual, and anti-foreign sentiment. …Buy…
  6. Taiwan and China: Fitful Embrace Edited by Lowell Dittmer

    Ucpress.edu - Books 10.07 / 05:11 ucpress.edu
    A free ebook version of this title will be available through Luminos, University of California Press’s Open Access publishing program. Visit www.luminosoa.org to learn more. China’s relation to Taiwan has been in constant contention since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in October 1949 and the creation of the defeated Kuomintang (KMT) exile regime on the island two months later. …Buy…
  7. Taiwan and China: Fitful Embrace Edited by Lowell Dittmer

    Ucpress.edu - Education & Family 10.07 / 05:11 ucpress.edu
    A free ebook version of this title will be available through Luminos, University of California Press’s Open Access publishing program. Visit www.luminosoa.org to learn more. China’s relation to Taiwan has been in constant contention since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in October 1949 and the creation of the defeated Kuomintang (KMT) exile regime on the island two months later. …Buy…
  8. The Great Han: Race, Nationalism, and Tradition in China Today by Kevin Carrico

    Ucpress.edu - Education & Family 10.07 / 05:11 ucpress.edu
    The Great Han is an ethnographic study of the Han Clothing Movement, a neotraditionalist and racial nationalist movement that has emerged in China since 2001. Participants come together both online and in person in cities across China to revitalize their utopian vision of the authentic “Great Han” and corresponding “real China” through pseudotraditional ethnic dress, reinvented Confucian ritual, and anti-foreign sentiment. …Buy…
  9. China’s Oil Demand Is Far Ahead Of Last Year’s Pace

    Peakoil.com - Energy 10.07 / 04:28 peakoil.com
    OPEC recently released its Monthly Oil Market Report which covers the global oil supply and demand picture through July. OPEC crude oil production decreased by 79,000 BPD in August to average 32.8 million BPD. This marks the first OPEC production decline since April and was primarily driven by sizable outages in Libya. The cartel revised global oil […
  10. F. William Engdahl: Gold, China and The Deep State

    Greanvillepost.com - U.S. 10.07 / 04:28 greanvillepost.com
    RORY HALL— I sat down with with economist and investigative freelance journalist, F. William Engdahl, WilliamEngdahl.com, to discuss this latest turn of events against the backdrop of the bigger picture. Mr. Engdahl points out the event in Las Vegas, while tragic, is nothing more than anotherREAD ON…
  11. China detains 2 Christian women and 3-year-old boy for taking part in missionary work

    Christiantimes.com - Religion 10.07 / 04:04 christiantimes.com
    Chinese authorities have taken two women and a three-year-old boy into custody for conducting missionary work in the city of Xianning,…
  12. Questions arise on China's plans as N. Korea war talk rises

    Blogs.abcnews.com - World 10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com
    With war talk between the U.S. and North Korea escalating, questions are being raised about how Beijing might respond to a major crisis involving its fellow communist…
  13. Shocking Video Shows Factory-Farmed Rabbits Brutally Killed in China for Fur Trim Sold in UK Shops

    Hsi.org - Lifestyle 10.07 / 03:46 hsi.org
    Shocking video footage released by Humane Society International/UK revealed the horrific suffering of thousands of rabbits factory farmed and cruelly slaughtered in China, for fur trim sold in Britain’s s…
  14. Nuage Networks Lands First SDN-based Project in China

    Nuage Networks landed its first SDN-based project in China with the China Pacific Insurance Company (CPIC), which will utilize Nuage Virtualized Service Platform (VSP) in two of its data…
  15. Top-ranked Rafael Nadal downs John Isner in straight sets to gain China Open semis

    Spin.ph - Internet 10.07 / 02:40 spin.ph
    Top-ranked Rafael Nadal downs John Isner in straight sets to gain China Open…
  16. W Hotels opens in Jinji Lake in Suzhou, China

    Travelifemagazine.com - Travel 10.07 / 00:50 travelifemagazine.com
    W Hotel in Jinji Lake, in Suzhou, ChinaW Hotels Worldwide today announced the highly-anticipated opening of W Suzhou, the newest property of W Hotels in Greater China.Located on the banks of Jinji Lake in Suzhou, 90 minutes drive from central Shanghai, W Suzhou is within walking distance of bustling parks and top attractions along the lake's edge. Owned by the Suzhou Industrial Park Jinji Lake Urban Development, the W Suzhou embodies a modern take on Suzhou's architectural…
  17. Local Residents Experience A Piece Of Ancient China Through Traveling Art Exhibit

    Ripr.org - Media 10.06 / 22:50 ripr.org
    Audio File Edit | Remove Ancient Chinese caves are part of an exhibit at Bryant University exploring archeological sites and art from the northwest region of China. The area is a cultural and religious melting pot because of its proximity to the Silk Road, which connected China to the West. Rhode Island Public Radio’s Ximena Conde visited the exhibit and brings us this audio postcard. " Dunhuang : An Oasis for East-West Cultural, Commercial, and Religious Exchanges Along the Ancient Silk R…
  18. North Korea’s new Internet provider: Russian firm replaces China Unicom as primary router

    Worldtribune.com - Russia 10.06 / 18:38 worldtribune.com
    by WorldTribune Staff, October 3, 2017 A new external Internet connection provided by Russia will give North Korea the capability to conduct more cyber attacks, an analyst said. North Korea’s Internet access is estimated to be somewhere between a few hundred and just over 1,000 route connections. Pyongyang’s web connections are vital for coordinating the […
  19. New Incident of iPhone 8 Plus Splitting Open Reported in China

    Iphonehacks.com - Gadgets 10.06 / 18:11 iphonehacks.com
    It looks like more and more iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus owners across the world are reporting about their phone splitting into two due to a bloated battery. Today, a new incident is being reported by the Chinese media that occurred with Chinese customer Liu.  Continue reading …
  20. ASIA/CHINA - Msgr. Paolo Xie Tingzhe, a passionate evangeliser and formator of future priests

    Fides.org - World 10.06 / 17:18 fides.org
    Urumqi - On August 14, at 8:25 am, at the age of 86, His Exc. Msgr. Paolo Xie Tingzhe, Bishop/Apostolic Prefect of Xinjiang-Urumqi, in Xinjiang , passed away in the town of Urumqi. He was born on January 2, 1931 in the city of Lanzhou, province of Gansu, from a Catholic family. Since childhood he had shown the desire to consecrate himself to God. After completing primary school, in 1945 he entered the minor Seminary in Lanzhou and in 1950 he was admitted to the major seminary where he…