CES 2017: China vows to innovate not imitate

As China's consumers have matured - and by that I mean, got a lot richer - so too has its technology industry. Like many a British popstar, China is intent on breaking America. But the question is whether Chinese firms can earn greater trust from Western ... ( read original story ...)

The Man Selling Virtual Reality to China

a research agency under China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, which has the authority to set the standards for the VR industry. China has already become the fastest-growing film market in the world, with box office revenues reaching $6 ... ( read original story ...)

Suspect takes plea deal in nuke spy case involving China

Allen Ho is accused of luring nuclear experts in the U.S. into providing information to allow China to develop nuclear material based on American technology. Ho is a naturalized U.S. citizen. USA TODAY NETWORK KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — An engineer working as an ... ( read original story ...)

China mulls juvenile protection against online bullying

The public is invited to give comments on the draft through the LAOSC website before February 6. China has about 160 million internet users under the age of 19, about 23 per cent of the country’s total online population, the LAOSC said. ( read original story ...)

Beijing advises umbrellas to shield against its gross snow

(NEWSER) – "The snow is very dirty! The snow is very dirty! The snow is very dirty!" This thrice-emphasized warning from Beijing's Meteorological Bureau appeared on Chinese social media site Weibo on Thursday after the country's Ministry of ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan leader heads to Americas; U.S. stops set to irk China

BEIJING -- Taiwan's leader pledged to bolster her self-ruled island's presence on the international stage as she set off Saturday to visit four Central American allies on a trip that includes U.S. transits and looks set to raise China's ire. President Tsai ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing bars Tibetans from Dalai Lama event, seizes passports

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama watches monks prepare a Sand Mandala during the 4th day of Kalachakra ... Read More NEW DELHI: Beijing has blocked thousands of Tibetans from attending a Buddhist event in Bodh Gaya which is being attended by Dalai ... ( read original story ...)

Schools in smog-choked Beijing to install air purifiers

Education authorities in Beijing have bowed to public pressure and agreed to install air purification equipment in schools and kindergartens in the pollution-plagued capital after smog levels continued to soared in the first days of the new year. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan president heads to US as Beijing watches

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen left for the United States Saturday on her way to Central America, a trip that will be scrutinised by China, incensed by her congratulatory call to Donald Trump. While the focus of the nine-day trip is to bolster relations ... ( read original story ...)