Stories Tagged 'China'
In China, nearly 20 percent of land is desert. Desert expansion has been a serious issue since the 1950s and desert regions have grown by more than 385,000 square miles—an area about the size of France and Germany combined.
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Internet cafés in China have created a new space where people lose themselves within the virtual world of online gaming--a chance to explore an experimental world without any impediment.
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China and the United States will hold vice ministerial level trade talks in Beijing on Jan. 7-8, as the two sides look to end a dispute that is inflicting increasing pain on both economies and roiling global financial markets.
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China reserves the right to use force to bring Taiwan under its control but will strive to achieve peaceful “reunification” with the self-ruled island that has a bright future under any future Chinese rule, President Xi Jinping said on Wednesday.
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Nepal has requested the Chinese Railway Authority to provide fund to conduct afeasibility study for the proposed Kathmandu-Kerung railway. A decision to this end is expected be made at the fourth meeting of Nepal-China railway sometime around April next year.
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The Nepal-China joint oversight mechanism is scheduled to meet in Kathmandu next week to review the status of bilateral and joint venture projects including undertakings in which Chinese companies are involved.
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