US foundation supporting HK riots shows 'Americanization' aims: observers


A CIA-backed US foundation has been colluding with the heads of the recent Hong Kong riots with financial and strategic support, actions that Chinese experts said show the US' intention of "Americanization" which is endangering Hong Kong.



Military tech on the civilian market

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China's Singles' Day shopping spree goes global

Singles' Day, China's annual online shopping spree now in its seventh year, has extended its reach to 232 ...

2015/12/24 10:59:37

Tracking the MERS virus

The number of South Koreans tested positive for the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) rose to 30 on ...

2015/12/20 15:22:00

Mind the gaps: Post-70, 80 and 90 generations

China experienced such rapid development over the past few decades that generation gaps were bound to develop. Chinese ...

2015/12/20 15:21:46

China's latest air quality threat ground-level ozone

Is ozone the new pm2.5? That's what reports by Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center and China National Environmental ...

2015/12/20 15:21:16

Chinese Premier attends China-EU leaders' meeting, visits Belgium, France, OECD headquarters

Li's five-day visit to Europe is expected to mark a new stage in China's ties with the EU.

2015/12/20 15:20:53

Wasteland: How China became the world's garbage dump

Recent reports about long-expired frozen meat products, medical and electronic waste flowing into China are raising concerns that ...

2015/12/20 15:20:29

China's GDP grows 7% in H1

China's economy posted 7-percent growth year on year in the second quarter of 2015, unchanged from the first ...

2015/12/20 15:19:59

Clique bait: The systematic takedown of Ling Jihua's circle

China's ongoing crackdown on corruption not only aims to investigate officials, but also the networks that enabled them. ...

2015/12/20 15:19:36

Amnesty in the 21st century

North Korea has decided to grant amnesty to convicts since August 1 to mark the 70th anniversary of ...

2015/12/20 15:18:47

Guo Boxiong family tree reveals deep military roots

Guo Boxiong, a former Chinese military leader, was expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) for taking ...

2015/12/20 15:18:37

7 features on new 100-yuan RMB to fight counterfeiters

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) announced plans on August 10 to issue a new 100-yuan bank note. ...

2015/12/20 15:18:14