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Feb 28, 2014
China's president Xi Jinping to head national cybersecurity bodyChinese President Xi Jinping has put himself in charge of a new body to coordinate cybersecurity, in a sign of Beijing's concern over its vulnerability to online attacks and its desire to retain tight control over the Internet.
Feb 26, 2014
China: President Xi braves smog, takes a stroll in Beijing alleyChinese President Xi Jinping braved Beijing's choking smog Tuesday, making an unannounced visit to a trendy alley and sitting with residents in his latest public relations effort to be seen as a man of the people.
Feb 24, 2014
Chinese PM unveils detailed plan to tackle corruptionLi criticised the over-concentration of power by the central government and urged the institution of an open government "as the most effective way to accept supervision".
Feb 20, 2014
India, China rivalry not good for Asia, says the Dalai LamaTibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama feels the India-China 'rivalry' is neither good for Asia nor for the cause of the Tibetans and says there is real room to develop trust between the two neighbours.
Feb 14, 2014
Jinping meets Kerry, pledges commitment to China-US relationshipChinese President Xi Jinping met visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry Friday morning, pledging China's commitment to a new model of China-US relationship.
Jan 26, 2014
China activist sentenced to 4 years in jail, sparks criticismXu Zhiyong, 40, who campaigned for children's rights and against corruption last year, was found guilty of "gathering a crowd to disturb public order".
Jan 22, 2014
China: Tight security around trial of New Citizens activist-founder XuSince April 2013, authorities have detained about 17 people linked to the New Citizens movement, putting three of them on trial in the southeastern province of Jiangxi in late 2013. No verdict has been issued for the Jiangxi trials.
Jan 06, 2014
China needs a U-turn, India only a nudge on the road to reformIn many ways, India is farther down the road to reform than China. But China tends to be more decisive when it decides to makes changes while we blunder along
Dec 21, 2013
China probes top official in powerful security ministryChina has begun an investigation into a senior official at the powerful public security ministry, the government announced on Friday, as speculation swirls about the fate of the country's former domestic security tsar.
Dec 20, 2013
US ups security aid to SE Asia, criticises ChinaUS Secretary of State John Kerry offered harsh words for China and new maritime security assistance for Southeast Asia on Monday to bolster countries facing growing Chinese assertiveness in a region where the two world powers are jockeying for influence.