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» ‘Wild Swimming’ in Restricted Beijing Offers Refreshing Break From Rules
06/29/22 09:02 NYT > China
China’s congested and highly regulated capital is not known for either its natural refuges or its rule-bending. But swimming in the city’s lakes and waterways is a cherished, if contested, tradition.

» Shanghai Wrestles With Psychological Scars From Lockdown
06/29/22 09:00 NYT > China
The lockdown fueled anxiety, fear and depression among the city’s residents. Experts have warned that the mental health impact of the confinement will be long-lasting.

» China Halves Covid Quarantine Time for International Arrivals
06/28/22 23:21 NYT > China
The time will be cut to seven days in a facility, followed by three days of home isolation.

» China Halves Covid Quarantine Time for International Arrivals
06/28/22 18:34 NYT > China
The time will be cut to seven days in a facility, followed by three days of home isolation.

» China Halves Covid Quarantine Time for International Arrivals
06/28/22 14:08 NYT > China
The time will be cut to seven days in a facility, followed by three days of home isolation.

» They Found Two New Craters on the Moon and Discovered a New Mystery
06/27/22 23:06 NYT > China
Tediously searching through imagery from a NASA spacecraft, researchers found where a discarded stage of a forgotten rocket crashed in March. But other questions remain.

» The Lessons of Nothingness From Maverick Zen Monks
06/27/22 19:31 NYT > China
Art today is often a parade of the self. The Freer Gallery of Art presents objects by medieval artists who plunge you into the world by removing you from it.

» If the U.S. Ignores Island Countries Like Mine, China Is Waiting in the Wings
06/27/22 14:49 NYT > China
If the U.S. ignores the Pacific, China will step right in.

» If the U.S. Ignores Island Countries Like Mine, China Is Waiting in the Wings
06/27/22 09:00 NYT > China
If the U.S. ignores the Pacific, China will step right in.

» Your Monday Briefing: The End of Roe
06/26/22 21:08 NYT > China
Plus Russia strikes Kyiv as G7 leaders meet and a Times investigation into China’s surveillance state.

» How China Is Policing the Future
06/26/22 02:39 NYT > China
Vast surveillance data allows the state to target people whose behavior or characteristics are deemed suspicious by an algorithm, even if they’ve done nothing wrong.

» How China Is Policing the Future
06/26/22 02:39 NYT > China
Vast surveillance data allows the state to target people whose behavior or characteristics are deemed suspicious by an algorithm, even if they’ve done nothing wrong.

» ‘Wild Swimming’ in Restricted Beijing Offers Refreshing Break From Rules
06/26/22 00:08 NYT > China
China’s congested and highly regulated capital is not known for either its natural refuges or its rule-bending. But swimming in the city’s lakes and waterways is a cherished, if contested, tradition.

» Heat Waves Around the World Push People and Nations ‘To the Edge’
06/24/22 19:40 NYT > China
Large, simultaneous heat waves are growing more common. China, America, Europe and India have all been stricken recently, and scientists are starting to understand why certain far-flung places get hit at once.

» Saudi Arabia, Creator of LIV Golf, Casts Its Eye on Women’s Tennis
06/24/22 15:33 NYT > China
The kingdom shook up the PGA Tour with the creation of the LIV Golf series. Now it is pushing to secure a WTA Tour event.

» Heat Waves Around the World Push People and Nations ‘To the Edge’
06/24/22 13:59 NYT > China
Large, simultaneous heat waves are growing more common. China, America, Europe and India have all been stricken recently, and scientists are starting to understand why certain far-flung places get hit at once.

» In Russia’s War on Ukraine, China and India Emerge as Financiers
06/24/22 09:00 NYT > China
Their purchases of Russian crude are undermining the West’s efforts to isolate the Kremlin and upending the global oil markets.

» After Years of Acrimony, China and Australia Cautiously Reach Out
06/24/22 07:18 NYT > China
The arrival of a new government in Canberra has set the stage for ministerial talks and overtures for easing tensions. Plenty still divides the two nations.

» After Years of Acrimony, China and Australia Cautiously Reach Out
06/24/22 07:18 NYT > China
The arrival of a new government in Canberra has set the stage for ministerial talks and overtures for easing tensions. Plenty still divides the two nations.

» The Lessons of Nothingness From Maverick Zen Monks
06/24/22 02:50 NYT > China
Art today is often a parade of the self. The Freer Gallery of Art presents objects by medieval artists who plunge you into the world by removing you from it.

» Extreme Weather Hits China With Massive Floods and Scorching Heat
06/24/22 02:20 NYT > China
Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the historic flooding. Elsewhere, record-high temperatures are rupturing roads and driving energy consumption.

» Your Friday Briefing: After the Quake
06/23/22 20:47 NYT > China
Afghans search for survivors and China faces twin extreme weather crises.

» Extreme Weather Hits China With Massive Floods and Scorching Heat
06/23/22 15:05 NYT > China
Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the historic flooding. Elsewhere, record-high temperatures are rupturing roads and driving energy consumption.

» The Lessons of Nothingness From Maverick Zen Monks
06/23/22 14:33 NYT > China
Art today is often a parade of the self. The Freer Gallery of Art presents objects by medieval artists who plunge you into the world by removing you from it.

» Businessman Tied to China Alibaba Rape Case Gets 18 Months
06/22/22 18:02 NYT > China
A court found Zhang Guo guilty of “forcible indecency.” The tech giant fired his accuser last year after she claimed that he had molested her and that her boss had raped her.

» Education, health fees among key concerns
12/12/17 00:59
China to legislate on preschool education

» International group praises green revival
12/12/17 00:46
A high-level international advisory body applauded China's efforts to improve the environment and suggested a 15-year strategy against pollution in a draft recommendation report on Monday.

» Beijing, Moscow drill for potential missile warfare
12/12/17 00:41
China and Russia kicked off their second joint computer-assisted anti-missile drill on Monday, a move experts said could deter potential missile threats amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

» Memorial Day a time to 'remember', 'inspire'
12/12/17 00:39
A memorial service to mark the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre committed during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45) brought together hundreds of activists and members of the Chinese and other Asian communities on Sunday in San Francisco.

» More military technologies targeted for civilian sector to boost economy
12/12/17 00:38
China will strengthen innovation by developing high-tech industries with military technologies to boost military-civil integration, a move that aims to cultivate new growth drivers and boost the economy, said a recent State Council guideline.