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Geely Beauty Leopard tuned by Chinese

Chinese are tuning a Geely Beauty Leopard. I have seen copies of Enzo Ferrari cars and modified by the Chinese but this copy of a car valued at $ 650,000 is like too much. So a Geely Beauty Leopard was transformed into a successful copy of the red Ferrari. I…

Man verbally abuses South Korean guests after “dirty Chinese kimchi” argument

South Korean police said Tuesday they were investigating a Chinese man who allegedly displayed violent behavior in a restaurant in central Seoul after other people talked about "dirty Chinese kimchi". The 50-year-old Chinese man, whose name is withheld, overheard three 70-year-old men sitting by his table. The then drunk Chinese…
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What is the difference between the US-operated Blue Dot Network and China’s Belt and Road Initiative? money

Imitation, it is said, is a "form of flattery," and if that's true then China should feel extremely flattered when other powers (particularly the US, Jan, and Australia) are willing to emulate its remarkable infrastructure. and abroad. The most recent manifestation of this “copy-and-catch-up” obsession by the three powers (or…
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Microsoft has exposed its cloud databases to thousands of customers in an unused vulnerability, the company says

Microsoft on Thursday warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the largest companies in the world, that intruders could have the ability to read, modify, or even delete their main databases, according to a copy of the email and a cybersecurity researcher is located in the flagship…
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The WHO is testing the Chinese vaccine against the Sinopharm coronavirus in an emergency

The World Health Organization announced on Friday that it had detected a Covid-19 vaccine from the Chinese state-owned drug manufacturer Sinopharm for an emergency. The vaccine is one of two main Chinese vaccinations that together have already been given to hundreds of millions of people in China and abroad, it…
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Future of Auto industry comes from indigo

Chinese from Shuanghuan Automobile plays hard and goes out. Recently, they made a copy of the Smart fortwo model of the product from Daimler, which they called a Noble and the importer, China Motors, won before a court in Greece (against complaints of plagiarism made by Daimler ) the right…

Nissan 370Z by MCR

Branew will not be the only tuner that will present the Auto Salon in Tokyo (January 9-11) the Nissan 370Z, Japanese Matchless Crowd Racing (MCR) will do the same thing. Regarding the copy of the MCR, do not know many details, but know that it will have an aero kit…

India’s latest ban on Chinese ps casts shadow over mainland tech firms’ global ambitions

India's latest move to ban more Chinese ps points to worsening prospects for tech companies from China operating in the South Asian nation, analysts said.The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has placed 54 Chinese-linked ps on its ban list citing security concerns, The Economic Times reported on Monday,…
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Chinese-Americans’ contribution to Yosemite National Park honored in a new attraction

A centuries-old building that was originally used by Chinese workers as a laundry facility at the iconic Wawona Hotel in Yosemite has been restored and turned into a visitor attraction to pay tribute to the contribution of Chinese Americans to the early history of the famous U.S. National Park on…
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Hungarian opposition candidate pledges full review of Orban’s close ties with China

The challenger to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's stranglehold in power has vowed to break Budapest's close ties with Beijing if he wins next year's elections. Peter Marki-Zay, a unity candidate chosen from a coalition of opposition parties, said he would review “everything from infrastructure loans from Chinese political banks…
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China has secured factories in Myanmar against vandalism, but how can it protect itself from the sentiment against China?

Myanmar has deployed more forces to strengthen security in an industrial area where Chinese companies are concentrated, said a senior Chinese envoy from Asean, as Beijing increasingly embroils itself in one of the worst episodes of political chaos for its neighbor Deng Xijun, Chinese ambassador at the Association of Southeast…
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China is mobilizing its private companies to help India fight the Covid-19 surge

China has vowed to encourage its private companies to help India fight a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases, with new infections and local media reports being published repeatedly around the world every day that patients are dying from a lack of oxygen. Wang Xiaojian, a spokesman for the Chinese embassy…
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New Chinese spy drone “will make fighting scenes in the films a reality,” state media claim

Chinese state television has highlighted a new armed spy drone. One report said it can work with other unmanned aerial vehicles to conduct reconnaissance and attack operations. The WJ-700, which made its maiden flight in January, is considered a key part of the Chinese military's ambitious "unmanned combat system", although…
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Driver’s license deal makes it easier for the Chinese to drive on the roads in France

The mutual recognition of Chinese and French driving licenses will come into force on Tuesday after the French government put the agreement into effect. China has urged other countries to agree similar measures to facilitate the lives of large numbers of Chinese overseas. The move will benefit tourists, students and…
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China sends team to Pakistan to investigate “terrorist” bus attack

China has sent criminal investigation specialists to Pakistan to investigate last week's fatal bus explosion that killed 13 people, including nine Chinese citizens. In an emergency call on Saturday, Chinese Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi told Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad that the two countries should work together to…
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India upset when Chinese border guard takes part in Beijing Olympic torch relay

The Beijing Winter Olympics received a frosty reception in India on Wednesday after a Chinese soldier involved in a deadly skirmish in the Himalayas took part in the traditional torch relay following the high-altitude clash in the Galwan Valley, which separates the world's two most populous nations is controversial. Troops…
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Do young Chinese people fall in love with marriage?

Young Chinese dare to marry less and less, according to a new poll - a trend that threatens to worsen the country's bleak demographic outlook. Despite the traditional importance attached to marriage in Chinese culture, the survey of nearly 3,000 unmarried people between the ages of 18 and 26 across…
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Chinese sentiment is turning against the public denunciation of the famous pianist Li Yundi for hiring a sex worker

Now that the dust has settled, the Chinese public is wondering whether the reprimanding of famous Chinese pianist Li Yundi, who was completely discredited after being accused by police of recruiting a sex worker, was reasonable in raiding immoral celebrities - Industry associations and business partners quickly distanced themselves from…
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According to the survey, Chinese companies see a more stable business environment in the US despite tensions

Chinese businessmen said they see an improvement in the U.S. business environment as they expect more predictable Washington-Beijing relations under U.S. President Joe Biden amid mounting tensions over issues such as alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and other executives said they anticipate U.S. relations and ChinaChina to improve rather…
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“Having Babies or Going to Jail”: The Chinese Internet ridicules the official call for propaganda for 3-child policies

If the Chinese Internet has its way, the next official slogan to promote the country's three-child policy could be: “Anyone who does not get married or have children ends up in prison. If you do so, you will have a happy life. ”This is just one example of the ridicule…
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Chinese satellite hints at space war arts by evading US surveillance

A Chinese satellite has performed a maneuver to avoid tracking a US spy satellite, suggesting its capability in a possible space war. But some defense analysts said the scenario is not new and the incident should not be viewed as an escalation of the rivalry between China and the US…
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San Francisco declares for racism against Chinese-Americans

Dennis Casey Wu, a student at Lowell High School in San Francisco, did not know much about his city's history of racism against Chinese-Americans.But when he saw nearby Antioch logise for the 1876 burning of its Chinatown by white residents, he thought: what about San Francisco? Wu and his friends…
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China in Africa: Zambia’s Chinese debts almost double the official figure, according to the study

The government of Zambia's former President Edgar Lungu may have underestimated the burden of Chinese loans on its external creditors, a new report from a US research program shows. Lusaka owed Chinese financiers $ 6.6 billion as of August - nearly double the $ 3.4 billion the South African nation…
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The truck driver kills himself after BeiDou, the Chinese version of GPS, failed and resulted in a heavy police fine

Chinese authorities are investigating the death of a truck driver who was allegedly fined 2,000 yuan (US $ 305) for disrupting satellite navigation. The incident highlighted issues that domestic users of the China-made BeiDou navigation satellite system have encountered with the Chinese government hoping to keep up with the US…
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Three Chinese hostages in Mali. released

Three Chinese nationals kidnapped in southwest Mali in July have been released, the presidency announced on Monday July 17, Mali's army said at the time. The Mauritanians were released 10 days later. The office of Mali's interim president Colonel Assimi Goita said in a statement on Monday that the three…

The Communist Party shouldn’t be overly dependent on big data, says the scientist

According to a Chinese scholar, Chinese Communist Party officials shouldn't rely too heavily on big data but consider “human factors” in their decisions on matters involving grassroots members. While big data has played a crucial role in big data, Hua Yong, professor at Shanghai East China University of Political Science…
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China Protests BBC Declaration on Treatment of Journalists Covering Henan Floods

China protested the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for its coverage of the recent floods in Henan province and its statement on how to deal with foreign journalists, the State Department said on Tuesday with inundation of "distorting the real situation of the Chinese government's rescue efforts." to organize, and the…
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US espionage prosecution “discriminates” against Chinese and Asian defendants, the Committee of 100 says

According to a new report, US espionage cases have punished Chinese and Asian defendants more harshly and may have falsely charged them more often than Western defendants. China Relations examined the study of court records from 190 Economic Espionage Act (EEA) cases involving 276 defendants between 1996 and 2020, and…
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Due to the semiconductor shortage, China’s automakers and chip suppliers are joining forces to address the problem

The shortage of automotive chips is bringing China's automakers and semiconductor suppliers closer together than ever before. Representatives from both industries are discussing contingency plans on the sidelines of an event in the chip industry that ended on Saturday. The Chinese Association of Automobile Manufacturers, which represents the country's car,…
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At Lunar New Year, Thailand pines for its missing Chinese tourists as Covid-19 keeps them away ahead of the Winter Olympics

At a cliffside restaurant on Thailand's Koh Larn, where squat teak dining tables overlook an empty white-sand bay, manager Sutthiea Saengsaswi says the last time Chinese tourists were around for the Lunar New Year celebrations her takings went up to around US$6,000 a day. Now they are just US$300 a…
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The rescue of 68 dogs en route to the slaughterhouse highlights the annual dispute over China’s dog meat festival

Chinese animal rights activists in a southern Chinese city last week intercepted a truck filled with 68 dogs crammed into rusty wired cages to a slaughterhouse, likely to be eaten during the infamous dog meat festival, were intercepted outside the city of Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region. Many of them were…
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The US targets the Chinese high-tech and defense sectors in the “deepening raid”

Washington will continue to target China's high-tech and defense sectors and is taking steps that could lead to technology decoupling, observers say after the US blacklisted more Chinese firms. A dozen Chinese firms - including quantum computing and semiconductor companies and companies that "contributed to Pakistan's unsecured nuclear activity" -…
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In the midst of the AUKUS series, concerns about overfishing by Chinese ships on the high seas are growing

Amid concern over aggressive Chinese actions in the South China SeaThere have been reports of growing concern about Chinese ships overfishing in the high seas. Several hundred Chinese fishing trawlers have been discovered nearby Galagos Islands last year when ships reportedly traveled thousands of miles each year looking for squid.…
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China’s securities regulator is signaling its willingness to cooperate with the US on audit inspections

The Chinese Securities Commission has announced it will "create conditions" to work with the United States to oversee audits of Chinese companies. The year could be a sign that it is ready to resolve a delicate problem that could lead to it $ 1.3 trillion worth of stocks will be…
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Chinese national and soldier killed in attack in South Sudan, government official said

A Chinese national and a South Sudanese soldier were killed on Wednesday along a main road connecting Cital Juba with the city of Rumbek, a regional government official told Agence France-Presse. The nearly 400 kilometer long road is currently being extensively rebuilt by the Shandong Hi-Speed ​​Group Company at a…
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The Mayor of New York City wants Biden to apologize to the US “Chinese community” for Trump’s remarks

New York City Mayor Eric Adams urged the White House to issue a public statement to Asian Americans calling Covid the "China virus" and other remarks made by former President Donald Trump at the start of the pandemic Stand and say on behalf of the American people, 'We apologize to…
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The US must find a way to deal with China to avoid clashes, senior officials say

According to two senior Chinese officials, the United States has not yet found the right way to deal with China and should focus on its domestic issues rather than conflicting with Beijing as a rival. At an event on Saturday in Beijing for the 50th time, Chinese Vice President Wang…
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Huawei takes Sweden to court after Nordic country bans Chinese tech giant’s 5G products

Huawei Technologies Co. said on Sunday it has initiated arbitration proceedings against Sweden under the World Bank Group after the Nordic country banned the Chinese tech giant from rolling out its 5G products."The Swedish authorities' decision to discriminate against Huawei and exclude it from the 5G roll-out has significantly harmed…
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COP 15: UN Biodiversity Conference in China Ends with “Strong Signal of Determination” to address the issue

The United Nations Conference on Biodiversity (COP15) in the Chinese city of Kunming has pledged to reverse the loss of biodiversity by 2030 and to agree a framework to protect endangered habitats. The Kunming Declaration is not legally binding, but its announcement by the Chinese Environment Minister Huang Runqiu is…
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China calls on Russia to defend itself against “perverse acts by the USA”

Beijing has urged Moscow to join forces against "perverted" actions by Washington as leaders of Russia and the US prepare for a meeting later this month. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced the call during a telephone conversation with Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on Friday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said:…
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Australia threatens WTO measures as China increases wine tax

Australia has threatened to take action against China for its "unjustifiable" decision to raise tariffs on wine imports for up to five years. "We will examine the next steps, and these next steps will include the examination of this matter before the World Trade Organization," said Australian Trade Minister Dan…
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China announces tit-for-tat sanctions against US individuals and companies

China announced sanctions against six individuals and one entity in the US on Friday in retaliation for previous sanctions Washington imposed on Chinese officials in Hong Kong's upcoming visit by US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's upcoming visit to Tianjin. A statement from the Chinese State Department said the retaliation…
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Coup in Myanmar: China’s cautious response is a delicate balancing act

Given the media reports of Myanme's resistance to the dramatic February 1 coup against Myanmar, what should China do? Theoretically, Myanmar as a neighbor means that its domestic developments are more consistent for China than for many other large countries and therefore deserve a lot of attention. In reality, Myanmar…
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Coronavirus: exemption of emergency vaccines from late-stage clinical trials, Chinese health officials urge WHO

A senior Chinese health official has urged the World Health Organization to include late-stage human studies as a criterion for the coronavirus vaccine emergency list. The call comes days after a second Chinese Covid-19 vaccine was added to the list. Zeng Yixin, vice minister of the National Health Commission, said…
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The US is dropping charges against Gang Chen, an MIT professor accused of lying about relations with China

In a blow to the policy of the US Department of Justice's China Initiative, prosecutors on Thursday dropped all charges against a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor accused of misrepresenting his ties with China in funding documents. Gang Chen, a Chinese-born mechanical engineer and nanotechnology expert at MIT, was arrested…
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Australia says Chinese navy ship fired laser at military aircraft

A Chinese navy vessel directed a laser at an Australian aircraft in flight over the country's northern proaches, illuminating the plane and potentially endangering lives, Canberra's defense department said on Saturday.A P-8A Poseidon – a maritime patrol aircraft – detected a laser emanating from a People's Liberation Army – Navy…
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Despite delisting concerns, the number of Chinese companies on the US stock markets is increasing

The number of Chinese companies listed on the US stock markets has risen 14 percent in the past seven months, despite increased efforts by Washington to restrict market access to companies that are classified as a security threat. As of May 5, up to 248 Chinese companies were listed on…
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Following Beijing’s action, the US is suspending more than 40 passenger flights to China operated by Chinese airlines

Following Beijing's action, the United States has suspended 44 Chinese passenger flights from America to China, authorities said on Friday. To curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Chinese government had suspended some US airline flights. In a recent development, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced in its Friday…
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China Debt: Evergrande Magnate Hui Ka-yan and the founder of Chinese Estates, Joseph Lau over the years

Hong Kong's real estate tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung is one of the closest business allies of Chinese real estate tycoon Hui Ka-yan, in a friendship and alliance forged through weekly card games for more than a decade. Lau and his family were controlled by Chinese Estates Holdings Limited Involved either…
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Tencent sees earnings growth of 29 percent despite regulatory uncertainty surrounding gambling and antitrust

Chinese social media and gaming giant Tencent Holdings posted earnings up 29 percent in the second quarter amid Beijing's tougher scrutiny of big tech. versus 33.1 billion yuan in the same period last year, beating estimates of 30.8 billion yuan as the Hong Kong-listed tech giant prepares for tighter scrutiny…
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