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Chinese Scientists to Pioneer First Human CRISPR T...

Chinese scientists are on the verge of being first in the world to inject people with cells modified using the CRISPR–Cas9 gene-editing technique. A team led by Lu You, an oncolog...

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Vietnam Mulls Tough Measures for ‘Misbehaving’ C...

Officials in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s financial hub in the south, are discussing plans to impose heavy fines on Chinese tourists who “disrespect Vietnam’s culture and history...

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EU to change trade defence rules in response to Ch...

The European Commission outlined on Wednesday a new way of assessing whether Chinese companies are exporting at unfairly low prices, as Beijing demands that it no longer be treated...

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Stronger Chinese Patent Laws Also Help U.S. Compan...

A tiny Chinese firm’s patent victory over Apple Inc. reflects China’s efforts to better protect intellectual property that often work against Western companies—but sometimes ben...

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Bus With Chinese Tourists Catches Fire in Taiwan, ...

A tour bus carrying visitors from China burst into flames on a highway near Taiwan's capital on Tuesday, killing all 26 people on board, officials said, in the deadliest incid...

Business

Chinese e-commerce manufacturers surge, but fear i...

Chinese e-commerce outlets keen to make inroads abroad prefer to sell on Amazon than homegrown platforms, a new survey of more than 900 Chinese e-commerce sellers has found. Of the...

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Soccer’s Manchester Derby Makes Pitch for Chinese...

For the first time in 135 years, Manchester United and Manchester City will be meeting outside England. Way outside: On July 25, the two soccer teams will kick off at the National ...

Business

China's 'Good Will Hunting?' Migran...

A Chinese migrant worker with no college degree has found a solution to a complex math problem -- in what appears to be a real life version of the Oscar-winning movie "Good Wi...

Politics

Vietnam Rebukes China for ‘Untruthful’ Reports o...

Vietnam criticized as "untruthful" Chinese state media reports that Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc respected his Communist neighbor’s position on last week’s landmark ...

Business

$5 Trillion Meltdown: What If China Shuts Down the...

China has fired off a music video, editorials and plenty of other propaganda, along with a few volleys from PLA Navy ships, in response to the international court ruling on the Sou...

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From the Baltic to the South China Sea, Russia and...

On July 8 and 9, at the NATO summit in Warsaw, leaders of the Western world met to “reinforce our collective defense ... at a defining moment for the security of our nations and p...

Business

As China’s Economy Slows, Beijing’s Growth Push ...

Mo Ping for years made his living by tending the mango and jujube trees that he grew on less than an acre on this tip of land in the far south of China. Then last year Mr. Mo and o...

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