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China professor accused in #MeToo campaign is sacked

China professor accused in #MeToo campaign is sacked

China professor accused in #MeToo campaign is sacked 12 January 2018 Image copyright BUAA Image caption Beihang University said Mr Chen’s actions were a seriously violation of conduct A Chinese university has fired a professor accused of sexual misconduct, after...
China warship sails near Japan-controlled islands

China warship sails near Japan-controlled islands

China warship sails near Japan-controlled islands 11 January 2018 Image copyright AFP Image caption The uninhabited islands are a regular source of tension between China and Japan Japan has summoned the Chinese ambassador in Tokyo, after a Chinese frigate sailed near...
Sanchi: Oil tanker still burning off China coast

Sanchi: Oil tanker still burning off China coast

Sanchi: Oil tanker still burning off China coast 9 January 2018 Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHuge plumes of smoke were seen rising from the tanker Bad weather is hampering efforts to contain a fire and an oil spill – more than 60...
I couldn't stay silent: Why BBC China boss quit

I couldn't stay silent: Why BBC China boss quit

One of the BBC’s top journalists has hit out at the corporation over its unfair pay structure, insisting “I didn’t need more money, I just needed to be equal”. Carrie Gracie resigned from her position as China editor after discovering that male...
China offers 10-year visas to 'high end talent'

China offers 10-year visas to 'high end talent'

China offers 10-year visas to ‘high end talent’ 5 January 2018 Image copyright Getty Images China is issuing long-term visas to lure highly skilled people from abroad to work in the country. The multi-entry visas will be valid for between five and 10...
China tells web giants they must accept limits

China tells web giants they must accept limits

Web giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter would be welcome to operate in China if they adhered to Beijing’s strict censorship and surveillance laws, regulators have said. Access to China’s hundreds of millions of internet users would be a goldmine...
China hints at 'more open' cyberspace

China hints at 'more open' cyberspace

China’s restrictive cyberspace could become more open, the country’s president has claimed. Xi Jinping said the development of his nation’s cyberspace was “entering a fast lane” and with it China’s doors would “only become...
China arrest over nursery 'needle abuse'

China arrest over nursery 'needle abuse'

Teacher detained in Beijing nursery ‘needle abuse’ probe 25 November 2017 From the section China Image copyright Reuters Image caption Authorities are investigating the RYB Education kindergarten in Beijing’s Chaoyang district Beijing police are...
Skype pulled from China mobile app stores

Skype pulled from China mobile app stores

Access to Skype is being challenged in China as Beijing continues to crack down on communications services it cannot access. Microsoft’s video and voice chat service is the latest in a series of internet services which have been blacklisted in the country due to...
British motorcycle rider killed in China race

British motorcycle rider killed in China race

A British racer has died after a horrific crash at the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix. Daniel Hegarty, from Nottingham, smashed into barriers and lost his helmet at a sharp bend on Saturday. The race was immediately stopped as the 31-year-old was treated but he died on...
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