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  • 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...
  • China announces they will be setting new gold price by end of year
    China announces they will be setting new gold price by end of year
    On June 25, a representative from the Shanghai Gold Exchange announced that they are planning on establishing a new physical gold price mechanism by the end of the year that will compete with London and the U.S. Comex. Expected to be denominated...
  • Frozen meat seized by officials being smuggled into China, some 40 years old
    Frozen meat seized in China: Smugglers sale of putrid meat from 1970s foiled
    The Chinese authorities have seized frozen meat being sold by smugglers, with some that dated all the way back to the 1970s. Some of the frozen meat packages were 40 years old, thawing and rotten. Until they were confiscated by officials, this...
  • Dog on left is twin of rescued dog from China
    It could have been my dog at dog meat festival at Yulin, China
    It's difficult for dog lovers to read about the Yulin Meat Festival in China, where dog meat is celebrated. Even more difficult is looking at photos of dogs crammed into tiny cages, dogs being cut apart while still alive and aware, and dogs...
  • Dog meat festival in China hears massive outcry for ban
    China's dog meat festival slaughters 10,000 dogs, infuriating folks globally
    Dogs are family members in many homes in the U.S., so it is hard to fathom people treating dogs any different than the loveable pets that they are. Right now in China preparation is underway for a summer solstice festival where 10,000 dogs are...
  • China's demand for silver could be behind JP Morgan's accumulation of the metal
    China's demand for silver could be behind JP Morgan's accumulation of the metal
    Over the past few months, several reports have come out regarding J.P. Morgan's sudden accumulation of more than 350 million ounces of physical silver despite the fact that they have been prime suspects in the Comex's naked short scheme to...
  • Billionaire Presidential candidate Donald Trump, (R), who made racist comments about Mexicans crossing the border in his announcement of his candidacy.
    Donald Trump makes racist comments about Mexicans
    From the comfort of his Manhattan skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan, Republican billionaire and Presidential candidate Donald Trump made racist comments about Mexicans who cross the border into the United States, according to MSNBC on Tuesday. While...
  • China's takeover of the West continues as they receive invite to set gold prices
    China's takeover of the West continues as they receive invite to set gold prices
    China's move towards the taking over of financial institutions in the West is accelerating at a time when America's primary financial allies in Europe are spiraling into crisis. Just yesterday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) began...
  • Capsized Chinese ship righted: 396 bodies found, with 46 unaccounted for
    Capsized Chinese ship righted: Ship looks eerily normal after 396 dead, 46 lost
    The number of bodies pulled from the capsized Chinese ship this week totals 396, with 46 people still unaccounted for. Only 14 survived after this cruise ship flipped, trapping the majority of the passengers in a watery grave. The capsizing of the...
  • Chinese stole the J-35
    Chinese hacking and American incompetence
    It isn’t a lack of technology prowess that has made Americans vulnerable to Chinese and other hackers, including North Koreans. It is governmental incompetence that begins with what you see in Congress and the feud with the executive branch....
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