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3.6 million Chinese couples divorced in 2014: report

3.6 million Chinese couples divorced in 2014: report

3.67 million Chinese couples were divorced in 2014, according to a report released recently by the Ministry of Civil Affairs. Data shows that China's divorce rate has been increasing for 12 years since 2003. There were more than 55, 000 divorce ..., 1 month ago
Sky News Australia

6.4 magnitude earthquake in China's Xinjiang: USGS

The area is on edge of the Taklamakan desert, but civil affairs ministry said six people had died. BEIJING (AFP) - A shallow 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck China s far western region of Xinjiang on Friday, the US Geological Survey said, with at ...
 Dunya News1 month ago Large quake in China's west kills six  Sky News Australia1 month ago Six dead as 6.4 earthquake hits China Xinjiang  MENAFN1 month ago 6.4 magnitude quake hits China; three killed  DAWN Group1 month ago

China's growing divorce rate dilemma

Illustration: Liu Rui Editor's Note: A report released by China's Ministry of Civil Affairs recently showed that around 3.6 million Chinese couples got divorced in 2014. According to statistics, the divorce rate in China has steadily risen in ...
 Global Times1 month ago

On the new mediocre' and new opportunities in current global economy

By Lou Jifang, PhD economics, junior economist, China welfare lottery management center, Ministry of Civil Affairs Many developed countries and regions are still trapped in crisis and cannot extricate themselves as subprime and debt crises, ...
 CNTV1 month ago

One Belt, One Road

loading... Published March 28, 2015 Chinese President Xi Jinping announced this initiative in 2013, which aims to connect countries along the original Silk Road and other maritime nations. The will lend to countries working on these infrastructure ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Xi-Modi meeting on sidelines of BRICS-SCO summit  Observer India1 month ago Xi demands tougher anti-corruption drive  Observer India1 month ago

China looks for new cruise route to disputed South China Sea island

27 July 2015 FOREIGN AFFAIRS Chinese authorities plan to start a second cruise ship link to the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea, state media reported on July 27, in a move that may irk Vietnam, which also claims the islets.
 Observer India1 month ago

World leaders welcome Iran deal

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini, Iranian Foreign Minister ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago Chinese FM spurns UN commissioner's worries about national security law  Ecns.cn1 month ago Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying's Regular Press Conference on July 9, 2015  China Embassy1 month ago UN rights chief 'unprofessional' for law criticism China  Rappler1 month ago

Japan criticises China's sea activity in report

21 July 2015 FOREIGN AFFAIRS Japan's annual defence report has strengthened criticism of Chinese land reclamation and offshore platforms in disputed seas. The white paper was approved by PM Shinzo Abe on Tuesday after the first draft was ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Official dies while probing China crash

A senior South Korean official was found dead Sunday in the northeastern Chinese city of Jian while he was handling affairs surrounding a deadly bus crash that killed 10 Koreans, the government said. Choi Doo-yeong, the president of the Local ...
 Korea Herald1 month ago China bus crash official found dead  The Korea Herald Business1 month ago S. Korean Official Handling Bus Crash in China Found Dead  Korea Broadcasting System1 month ago S. Korean official dies while probing China crash  Asia News Network1 month ago
Global Research

China angrily rebuffs U.N. criticism of new security law

BEIJING The remarks by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunying reflects the deep resentment China has of outside criticism of its domestic policies, especially concerning security issues and human rights. China's legislature adopted a ...
 Reuters1 month ago Ukraine and the MH17 Crash: Washington's Use of the UN Security Council as an Instrument of Propaganda, Regime Change and War  Global Research6 days ago China Angrily Rebuffs UN Criticism of New Security Law  VOA News1 month ago
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