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Chris Buckley

Chris Buckley

    Japanese firms shut China plants, US urges calm
    Japanese firms shut China plants, US urges calm
    Japanese firms have shut factories in China and urged expatriate workers to stay indoors in the wake of angry protests over a territorial dispute.
    China's Xi Jinping sets the tone for his leadership
    China's Xi Jinping sets the tone for his leadership
    Chinese leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping's visit to the US next week could set the mood for the next decade that he is likely to serve as president.
    China breaks out tear gas to disperse Tibet protesters
    China breaks out tear gas to disperse Tibet protesters
    Chinese forces have fired tear gas to break up a protest by Tibetans in the province of Sichuan, the latest flare-up of volatile unrest there.
    China's Wen says jobs a priority despite economic headwinds
    China's Wen says jobs a priority despite economic headwinds
    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao says he will make job creation a more urgent priority in the face of slowed economic growth and weakened exports.
    China seeks to tame the microblog tiger
    China seeks to tame the microblog tiger
    A stream of warnings in state media has exposed how nervous Beijing is about microblogs and their potential to tear at the seams of party censorship.
    China's media rein in criticism over train crash
    China's media rein in criticism over train crash
    China's media are curbing combative reporting of a train disaster after what observers said were orders from the Communist Party's propaganda arm.
    Unhappy rural migrants threaten China stability
    Unhappy rural migrants threaten China stability
    China's millions of rural workers will become a serious threat to stability unless they are better treated in their new urban homes.
    Google shouldn't point fingers, says Chinese paper
    Google shouldn't point fingers, says Chinese paper
    Google has become a "political tool" vilifying the Chinese government, an official Beijing newspaper has said of Google's hacking attack claims.
    China rights lawyer Li missing, wife pleas for information
    China rights lawyer Li missing, wife pleas for information
    A prominent human rights lawyers in China remains missing three days after he called his wife to say he was led away by state security police.
    Detained Chinese artist 'suspected' of economic crimes
    Detained Chinese artist 'suspected' of economic crimes
    Chinese police said prominent artist and rights activist Ai Weiwei is under investigation "for suspected economic crimes".
    China concerned about US-Korea military drill
    China concerned about US-Korea military drill
    China expressed concern on Thursday about South Korea's planned joint military exercise with the United States.