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Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen township, Zhejiang province, Nov. 19, 2014.

China Says Controls on Internet Needed to Maintain Stability

Ahead of conference, government blocked access to a swathe of websites in what Internet monitoring group described as blunt censorship campaign More

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Multimedia Hong Kong Begins Peaceful Clearing of Occupied Protest Sites

Protesters put up no resistance; some had already moved tents and other belongings to a nearby site that police left alone More

Members of a medical aid team of People's Liberation Army (PLA) carry a flag during their departure ceremony at Beijing Capital International Airport, in Beijing as more than 200 soldiers from a military hospital departed for Africa to help fight Ebola, Nov. 14, 2014.

China Says Its Aid Must Not Interfere in Other Nations' Affairs

New Ministry of Commerce rules underscore no-strings-attached philosophy underpinning Beijing's growing foreign aid programs, particularly in African states More

Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott shake hands at the start of their bilateral meeting in Parliament House in Canberra Monday, Nov. 17, 2014. Xi is continuing his visit to Australia following the G-20 summit. (A

Photogallery China, Australia Sign Free Trade Deal

Prior to the signing, Chinese President Xi told the Australian parliament that his goal is to double China's national income by 2020 More

Video China's Rise Closely Watched

Analysts say Beijing's stature grows, so do tensions with other countries, including the United States More


China's Premier Seeks Stronger Ties with Pakistan

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  • A soldier walks near a bus as he helps to secure the area and clear the roads before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes by in Islamabad May 22, 2013.
  • People sit on top of a bus as they go past flags of Pakistan and China that are displayed along a road, ahead of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to Islamabad.
  • A man walks next to huge portraits of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, right, and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, left, displayed near the presidency in Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • A police officer stands guard next to billboards welcoming Chinese premier Li Keqiang hung on poles near the presidency in Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • A soldier speaks to a man as he secures the area and clears the roads before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
  • A military helicopter flies overhead as police officers and soldiers secure the area before the motorcade of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang passes through Islamabad.

Hong Kong Warns Protesters Face Arrest

Carrie Lam, the HK government's second-in-command, said she sees 'no room for dialogue for the time being'
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Video ASEAN Summit Again Focuses on South China Sea

There are indications that ASEAN leaders’ summit Wednesday will make progress on a long-running and contentious territorial dispute
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China Signals Softer Tone on Taiwan After Year of Upsets

At APEC forum in Beijing, Chinese state media reported that Xi said that in spite of differences, both parties 'must respect each other’s choice of development path and social system'
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Chinese Paper Blasts Obama Ahead of Visit

The newspaper, which often reflects views of China's Communist Party, says Obama has not lived up to the expectations of his supporters
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Beijing Wants Home Ebola Quarantine for Some Travelers

Officials say people returning to Beijing from affected regions will have to undergo temperature checks at airport and will be sent to hospital for tests if their temperature exceeds 37.3 C
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China Military General Admits to Taking Bribes

Prosecutors expelled Xu Caihou from Communist Party and revoked his rank of general after he confessed
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Nine Out of Ten Hong Kong Activists Say Will Fight on for a Year

Survey also shows 55 percent of respondents do not want Hong Kong unshackled from Chinese rule, versus 45 percent who did
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China Considers Abolishing Death Penalty for 9 Crimes

Currently, 55 offenses are eligible for the death penalty
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Hong Kong Marks One-month Anniversary of Student Protests

Student leaders last week failed to narrow their differences during a televised dialogue with senior Hong Kong leaders
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Audio VOA Exclusive: US Democracy Group Rebuts Hong Kong Meddling Allegations

Chinese state media and pro-Beijing news outlets in Hong Kong have published a series of articles accusing the National Endowment for Democracy of funding, advising protesters
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Video Hong Kong Student Activists Trying to Keep Up With Studies

The mostly student protesters spend time engaged in political rallies or in confrontations with police, yet many still try to keep up with their studies
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Photogallery Hong Kong Impasse as Crowds Grow Again

Hundreds of Hong Kong police staged a dawn raid on one of the key sites occupied by pro-democracy protesters
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Kunleng News Nov 21, 2014i
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21.11.2014
ཧོང་ཀོང་། ལྡི་ལིར་ཆིབས་སྒྱུར། ཧེ་ལི་ཧྥེ་སི་ལྷན་ཚོགས། བློ་བཟང་དཔལ་ལྡན་ལགས་གློད་གྲོལ། ཞིས་ཅིན་ཕིང་ལ་ངོ་རྒོལ། ཐེ་ལན་གྱི་དངོས་རིས་ཕྱིར་ལོག སྲིད་འཛིན་ཨོ་བྷ་མའི་བཀའ་རྒྱ། བྱང་ཀོ་རི་ཡ། ཨི་རན་གྱི་རྡུལ་ཕྲན་ལས་གཞིའི་གྲོས་མོལ། ཀའོ་ཡུ་ལ་ཁྲིམས་བཤེར། རྒྱ་ནག་གི་ལན་འདེབས། པེ་ཅིང་གི་དུ་སྨུག

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Cyber Tibet Oct 31, 2014i
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31.10.2014
Cyber Tibet looks at the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of writer Yudum Tsering’s death by Tibetan netizens, the heated discussion on social media photos showing the abject condition of schools in rural Tibet, speaks with Tseten Dolkar, the woman behind the web development company tibetanitech.com in Dharamsala, and plays Tibetan version of Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’.
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Video Cyber Tibet Oct 31, 2014

Cyber Tibet looks at the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of writer Yudum Tsering’s death by Tibetan netizens, the heated discussion on social media photos showing the abject condition of schools in rural Tibet, speaks with Tseten Dolkar, the woman behind the web development company tibetanitech.com in Dharamsala, and plays Tibetan version of Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’.