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Sui-Lee Wee

Sui-Lee Wee

    Chinese activist Yang Lin arrested on subversion charge
    Chinese activist Yang Lin arrested on subversion charge
    China has arrested an activist on a charge of subversion, says his brother and a rights group.
    Ai Weiwei threatened with porn, bigamy charges
    Ai Weiwei threatened with porn, bigamy charges
    Chinese police say dissident artist Ai Weiwei could face investigation for bigamy and distributing pornography and barred him from travel.
    Chinese activist Chen waiting at Beijing airport
    Chinese activist Chen waiting at Beijing airport
    Blind Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng said on Saturday he has left a hospital in Beijing and believes he will be headed on a flight to the US.
    China looks to secure release of kidnapped workers
    China looks to secure release of kidnapped workers
    China will press South Sudan for help in securing the release of 29 Chinese workers held by rebels and may ask the AU to mediate in negotiations.
    Fat camp shows China battling the bulge
    Fat camp shows China battling the bulge
    According to some estimates, a third of China's population -- about 429-million -- are overweight or obese.
    Reports of China ex-leader's death fuels rumour mill
    Reports of China ex-leader's death fuels rumour mill
    Sparking speculation about a leadership transition due in China next year, Chinese media has denied former president Jiang Zemin has died.
    Google phishing: Chinese Gmail attack raises cyberwar tensions
    Google phishing: Chinese Gmail attack raises cyberwar tensions
    Hackers probably based in China tried to break into hundreds of Google mail accounts, including those of senior US government officials.
    China pushes talks on North Korea as Kim visits
    China pushes talks on North Korea as Kim visits
    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao defended six-party talks proposed by Beijing as the way to defuse volatile divisions on the Korean peninsula.
    China says stealth jet test-flight should not scare US
    China says stealth jet test-flight should not scare US
    China told the United States on Wednesday that its first test-flight of a stealth fighter jet should not be seen as a threat.
    'Great wall of suspicion' persists between China, India
    'Great wall of suspicion' persists between China, India
    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao left New Delhi on Friday, vowing that India will never be a rival, but his rhetoric has done little to lift Indian unease.
    China ties make Macau good bet to beat Vegas
    China ties make Macau good bet to beat Vegas
    The world economy may be slumping, but don't tell that to Macau -- the former Portugese colony which is set to trump Las Vegas.