China's plans launch of first cargo spacecraft in April

BEIJING: China plans to launch its first cargo spacecraft in April, state media reported on Tuesday, taking a step towards its goal of establishing a permanently manned space station by 2022. President Xi Jinping has prioritised advancing China's space ... ( read original story ...)

China To Develop Floating N-Power Platform

China is planning to develop a floating nuclear power platform ... Wang Yiren, vice director of the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence, made the announcement, the People’s Daily reported. Wang said Chinese ... ( read original story ...)

China plans to build floating nuclear plants in South China Sea

According to the plan, China's nuclear power capacity would reach 58 million kilowatts by 2020. The total capacity of the plants currently under construction will be 30 million kilowatts. Wang said the third-generation nuclear power technology has greatly ... ( read original story ...)

China plans to build floating nuclear plants in SCS

According to the plan, China's nuclear power capacity would reach 58 million kilowatts by 2020. The total capacity of the plants currently under construction will be 30 million kilowatts. Wang said the third-generation nuclear power technology has greatly ... ( read original story ...)

China Mobile to invest $200 million in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC), the world’s largest telecom carrier by subscribers, will invest US$200 million in Pakistan this year to expand its presence, `China Daily’ reported. The Beijing-based company will ... ( read original story ...)

Chinese Mobile co to invest $200m

ISLAMABAD - China Mobile Communications Corp, the world's largest telecom carrier by subscribers, will invest $200 million in Pakistan this year to expand its presence. According to a Chinese media's report, the Beijing-based company will expand its ... ( read original story ...)

China's Tech Tycoons' Healthcare Dreams Aren't Coming True

One big reason for the technology sector’s troubles is the lack of an insurer willing to work with internet firms in a system dominated by state-run hospitals and government insurance. China’s system is a conservative reimbursement-driven model and ... ( read original story ...)