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  • Xi Jinping orders China’s financial watchdogs to watch out for risks
    In an unusual move, President Xi Jinping on Wednesday summoned the country’s finance industry watchdogs and ordered them to take stock of financial risks and uphold regulatory vigilance, reflecting his deep concern about dangers facing China’s economy. “We must not neglect a single risk factor or ... hidden danger,” Xi was quoted as saying by Xinhua. “Safeguarding financial security is a strategic and fundamental matter for China’s social and economic...
  • Chinese cities weigh street dust in cleanliness drive
    The cleanliness of streets in a Chinese city is now being weighed – literally – by how much dust there is. Street cleaners in Xian, the capital of Shaanxi province, have been told to keep the level of dust on the road below certain quotas, or face fines and possible termination, the China News Service reported. The government’s cleaning standards – rolled out in a trial scheme in early February – dictate that dust on the street not exceed 5 grams, 10 grams, 15...
  • Chinese restaurant staff jailed for cooking with ‘gutter oil’
    Owners and staff members at three restaurants in eastern China have been jailed for using waste cooking oil to make hotpot, according to a news website. More than 10 people working at the eateries in Wenzhou in Zhejiang province were given sentences ranging from eight months to just over 2½ years, 66wz.com reported. The restaurant owners were given the stiffest jail terms, according to the article. Tainted baby milk, rat meat and gutter oil bring challenges and opportunities for China...
  • Chinese college’s robot chef draws long queues to try its traditional knife-cut noodles
    China’s latest celebrity chef is a noodle-making robot. Decked out in a chef’s hat, white uniform and hygiene mask, the robot chef has been drawing big crowds and long queues at a university canteen in southern Guangdong province, according to Chinese media reports. The robot at the South China Agricultural University uses a swift slicing technique – reminiscent of the eponymous hero in the ’90s US film Edward Scissorhands – to create knife-shaved noodles, news...
  • Slow progress on projects … but China, Philippines hope time will heal all wounds
    The Philippines Acting Foreign Minister says his country is keen to promote further investment with China, but cautioned that it could take some time to get large infrastructure projects already agreed up and running. Enrique Manalo’s comments came after the Philippines and China have been attempting to heal ties fractured over the two nations’ rival claims to disputed waters in the South China Sea. The Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte is due to attend a summit in Beijing next...

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  • Venezuela snubs regional powers as more die in unrest

    Venezuela snubs regional powers as more die in unrestVenezuela says it is quitting the Organization of American States in anger at pressure from the bloc over the government's handling of a deadly political crisis. The announcement late Wednesday raised international tension over Venezuela, where unrest has left 28 people dead this month. Echoed by the United States and European Union, the OAS has led an international chorus of concern over the economic and political chaos in the major oil-exporting country.


  • South Korea's economy grows at fastest pace in 3 quarters

    South Korea's economy grows at fastest pace in 3 quartersSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea, Asia's fourth-largest economy, grew at the fastest clip in nearly a year thanks to recovery in exports, the central bank said Thursday, despite a backlash from Chinese consumers over the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system.


  • Forget the AirPods: These Wireless Earbuds Are Now $24

    Forget the AirPods: These Wireless Earbuds Are Now $24The AirPods are Apple's first foray into the wireless headphones industry offering a no-fuss, near-instantaneous way to wirelessly connect to your iOS device. The Syllable D900 Mini Bluetooth Earphones offer the same wireless capabilities as Apple's AirPods, but at a considerably lower price.


  • AT&T to Roll Out 5G Network That's Not Actually 5G

    AT&T to Roll Out 5G Network That's Not Actually 5GAT&T is using some wordsmithing to deliver to you faster Internet speeds. This week, the wireless carrier announced plans to deliver what it's calling the "5G Evolution" network to more than 20 markets by the end of the year. Credit: Jeremy Lips/Tom's GuideFor starters, to call AT&T's move a 5G rollout would be a bad idea.


  • Donald Trump says he is 'absolutely' considering breaking up 9th Circuit court after blocked executive orders

    Donald Trump says he is 'absolutely' considering breaking up 9th Circuit court after blocked executive ordersDonald Trump is reportedly considering disbanding the US ninth circuit of appeals after court judges blocked two of his executive orders. Mr Trump said he was "absolutely" considering proposals to breakup the "outrageous" court. "Absolutely, I have," Mr Trump told the Washington Examiner of considering breakup proposals.


  • Israel seeks U.S. backing to avert permanent Iran foothold in Syria

    Israel seeks U.S. backing to avert permanent Iran foothold in SyriaBy Matt Spetalnick and Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israel is seeking an "understanding" with the Trump administration that Iran must not be allowed to establish a permanent military foothold in Syria, Israel's intelligence minister told Reuters on Wednesday. In an interview, visiting Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz said he was also using his meetings with White House officials and key lawmakers to press for further U.S. sanctions on Iran and the Iranian-backed Lebanese militia Hezbollah, which is supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.


  • The Latest: Police say woman in pit had reported harassment

    The Latest: Police say woman in pit had reported harassmentBLANCHESTER, Ohio (AP) — The Latest on a woman found in a pit in her neighbor's shed (all times local):



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