Life changing digital technology in spotlight at Internet summit

Compared to the West, China started late in digital technology research, but recent progress has been impressive. Among the Chinese winners was search engine Baidu's artificial intelligence (AI) creation Baidu Brain. The company's executive Zhang Keqin ... ( read original story ...)

China websites block searches for 'Fatty Kim the Third'

Chinese mockingly call North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, China's foreign ministry saying it did not approve of ridiculing foreign leaders. Chinese websites have again blocked searches for "Fatty Kim the Third", as many Chinese mockingly call North Korean ... ( read original story ...)

China Publicly Displays New Killer Drone for 1st Time

Chinese aircraft maker China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) has for the first time publicly displayed a prototype of its latest and most capable attack and reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The Caihong 5 (CH-5), or ... ( read original story ...)

China Hi-tech Fair 2016 to kick off in Shenzhen

Shenzhen is poised to play an active role in promoting the country's supply-side structural reform through innovation and quality enhancement as the host of the country's largest and most influential technology show. China Hi-tech Fair 2016 will kick off ... ( read original story ...)

In China, Toilets Have Trump’s Name Without His Permission

In the United States, Mr. Trump’s name has adorned ties, steaks, water and other products. In China, it is found on computers, cosmetics, even leather goods. The difference: Many such Chinese products don’t have the president-elect’s permission. ( read original story ...)

China Minsheng Financial eyes financial sector buys in Europe

HONG KONG China Minsheng Financial Holding Corp (0245.HK) is scouting for acquisitions of financial services companies including banks in Europe, betting on the bloc's strengthening ties with the world's second-largest economy, a top executive said. ( read original story ...)

China finance ministry says France to encourage 'panda bonds'

SHANGHAI France will encourage its institutions to issue yuan-denominated "panda bonds" as part of efforts to boost financial cooperation with China, China's Ministry of Finance said on Tuesday following a meeting between the two countries' governments. ( read original story ...)