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China says its massive navy buildup is world’s biggest


In 2013, China commissioned 2 missile destroyers, 3 missile frigates, 9 light missile frigates, 2 large auxiliary ships, 4 conventional submarines, 2 supporting warships for submarines, 1 nuclear submarine, 2 double-hull survey vessels, 1 warship for testing underwater sound equipment and 2 minesweepers, ranking the first in number in the world. Chinese media says that, according … Continue reading

China: Thick smog blocked road, train, air traffic for two days


Thick smog in Harbin urban areas has caused the closing of primary and secondary schools and expressways. The PM2.5 index has exceeded the maximum range of the metre. After the serious smog on October 20, and the early morning on October 21, air pollution was even worse. The visibility in urban areas was less than … Continue reading

In China, baby’s brutal death makes nation question its morality


A tale of two car thefts has transfixed China, sparking a new bout of soul-searching. It’s generated far more attention online than the ongoing legislative session in Beijing, despite leaked orders from the local government restricting official coverage. In two different countries, two grey SUVs were stolen with babies still inside, while the parents popped … Continue reading

China’s ghost infrastructure


As the Chinese economy continues to slow there is a growing consensus additional stimulus packages are forthcoming. What will be interesting to see is the exact nature of any new stimulus the central government enacts? Will it be focused again on infrastructure building at the local and provincial level? Will it be construction centric like … Continue reading

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