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Beijing (China)

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  • China calls in sick, burns midnight oil to watch World Cup

    The matches are broadcast in the dead of night, and China can’t even root for itself this year. But that hasn’t stopped Chinese soccer enthusiasts from going World Cup crazy. Hard-core fans were preparing for the action by buying fake...
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  • Beijing father-son video says 'Happy Father's Day' in any language

    Beijing father-son video says 'Happy Father's Day' in any language
    Food and Father's Day go together, which is why one Beijing hotel sent along this short film about a father, his son and one very sentimental meal. "Taste the Past Today" was made partly in the Jing Yaa Tang restaurant inside the Opposite House boutique...
  • China broadens crackdown on Google services

    China broadens crackdown on Google services
    When Yi Ran is working on new designs for his Yinshen Clothing company, he often turns to Google to search for pictures to use as inspiration. "The results are more complete and objective than Chinese search services," says the 30-year-old from Guangzhou....
  • Hong Kong activists push election freedom; China warns of limits

    Hong Kong activists push election freedom; China warns of limits
    A blazing sun was melting the Rev. Chu Yiu-ming’s brow as he worked the pavement outside a subway stop in Hong Kong, but the 70-year-old Baptist minister just kept refreshing his grin and pressing fliers into the palms of passersby. “...
  • San Francisco firm defends Hong Kong vote from online attack

    San Francisco firm defends Hong Kong vote from online attack
    Two weeks ago, Matthew Prince, the chief executive of San Francisco tech company CloudFlare, had no clue that people in Hong Kong were preparing to hold a controversial online referendum on democratic reforms. By Thursday night, half a world away from...
  • 'Transformers' fight in China continues; Jiaflix swipes at Pangu

    Film company Jiaflix Enterprises is trying to distance itself from the dispute that has ensnared the big-budget "Transformers" movie set for release this week.  The tense situation began late last week when Beijing Pangu Investment Co., the developer...
  • Chinese authorities kill 13 after attack on police station

    Chinese authorities kill 13 after attack on police station
    Chinese police shot dead 13 attackers in the country's restive Xinjiang region, after the group drove a car into a Kashgar police station and detonated an explosive device, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday. Three police officers...
  • 13 assailants reported killed in attack on police station in China

    Chinese authorities said 13 assailants died and three police officers were injured Saturday in an attack on a police station in the far western region of Xinjiang. The state-run media said a truck was driven into the station and explosives were...
  • Strong turnout for referendum on choosing Hong Kong's leader

    More than 400,000 Hong Kong residents cast electronic ballots Friday in a nonbinding referendum aimed at giving the Chinese city’s 7.2 million people more of a voice in how their chief executive is selected, organizers of the vote said. However,...
  • For Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, 'free' is a relative term

     For Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, 'free' is a relative term
    His largest one-man show opened in Berlin in April, two more exhibits recently debuted in Britain, and his art currently occupies center stage at the Brooklyn Museum. Come September, he unveils an installation on Alcatraz. But that's not all Ai Weiwei...