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  • Who would benefit from Hillary Clinton's solar panel pledge
    Who would benefit from Hillary Clinton’s solar panel pledge?
    Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has announced a campaign promise to install half a billion solar panels across the United States if and when she is elected.According to candidate Clinton, “Through these goals, we will increase the...
  • China's capital, Beijing, voted to host the 2022 Winter Olympics
    Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics in a secret paper ballot IOC vote
    According to US News and World Report on Friday, Beijing was selected to host the 2022 Winter Olympics. This makes the Chinese city the first ever to host both the summer and winter games. The results were close consideringAlmaty,Kazakhstan was...
  • China escalator accident
    China escalator accident: WATCH as escalator devours woman, pulls her into gears
    A tragic escalator accident in China has claimed the life of a woman. The accident occurred at a shopping center in Jingzhou, Hubei province in central China. Security video shows the woman falling through the floor and being pulled in by the...
  • Woman crushed to death by escalator in China
    China escalator accident kills woman: Crushed to death pushing toddler to safety
    A 30-year-old woman holding a toddler was literally sucked into the mechanical workings of an escalator and crushed to death when one of the metal panels on the escalator landing gave way in the floor. The woman was able to push her child up...
  • Michelle Obama's foreign travels cost US taxpayers an incredible amount of money
    Michelle Obama's foreign travels cost US taxpayers an incredible amount of money
    Michelle Obama’s trip to China cost American taxpayers an incredibly large amount of money. It has been learned that only the air travel portion of Mrs. Obama’s trip cost $362,523.53. During the 7-day trip, Mrs. Obama, her daughters...
  • New York Stock Exchange July 13, 2015
    Stock market preview for the week of July 20, 2015
    The S&P 500 opened higher in every session during the past week with Monday’s and Thursday’s opens seeing the largest gaps higher. The index flirted with a loss for much of the session Friday, before rebounding near the close to...
  • 125 million-year old plumed predator unearthed in China
    125 million-year old plumed predator unearthed in China
    A fancy feathered cousin of Velociraptor. dubbed Zhenyuanlong suni, estimated to be about 125 million years old, has been unearthed by a farmer in Liaoning Province in northeastern China. However, despite having several layers of “flamboyant...
  • 200 million man army to cross Euphrates River
    200 million man army to cross Euphrates River
    A two hundred million man army will cross the Euphrates River during the Great Tribulation, according to Alec Haigood Wednesday during a Bible study of the book of Revelation at First Church of Lakeside City. He further said that whether one takes...
  • South China Sea dispute between China and the Philippines
    South China Sea territorial dispute: Google alters Chinese name of disputed reef
    A South China Sea territorial dispute between China and the Philippines was arbitrarily decided by Google on Monday. China has a longstanding habit of claiming territory not necessarily owned by the country. Hearings began last week in Manila to...
  • China predicted to be dominant economic power by 2050
    China predicted to be dominant economic power by 2050
    China will soar in the economic stratosphere in the next 35-years. Russia may have more to worry about than the U.S. supply European countries with oil and natural gas which they dominated the last few decades. It was announced by the Economic...
  • Langham Place Xiamen
    Room Report: Langham Place Xiamen, China
    Arrival Experience: This less-than-one-year-old gleaming tower is in the heart of the burgeoning financial district, which at the moment is still in stages of construction, but is soon to be teaming with business travelers. The proximity of the...
  • Greece could be first development project for China's AIIB facility
    Greece could be first development project for China's AIIB facility
    With Greece now in arrears on their debt obligations to the IMF, and awaiting a historic referendum vote by the Greek people to decide for either austerity or default, one institution may be waiting in the wings to provide a bailout of the...
  • China commits to act on climate change
    China commits to act on climate change
    China announced today, June30, 2015, a commitment to reduce net emissions through a combination of environmental plans. As China industrializes and urbanizes, their contribution of Greenhouse gasses to the environment has increased, Beijing,...
  • China’s Shanghai index June 6, 2015
    Stock market preview for the week: the Greek referendum
    The S&P 500 started the week with two gains, but turned lower in the final three sessions. The retreat into Friday’s close broke a two week string of gains with a loss of 0.40%. It was the index’s third weekly loss in the past five...
  • Human Rights
    China has blasted the human rights record of the US
    China has been hit hard over human rights issues by the United States for decades. Although there is clearly a lot of truth behind accusations of human rights abuses in China nevertheless nobody can honestly claim China's retaliatory attacks...
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