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China begins testing world’s largest radio telescope as construction of the £124 MILLION project enters final stage

By dailymail.co.uk Measuring 500 metres in diameter, the world’s largest radio telescope is in the final stages of completion, and is being put through its paces with a dry run. Going by the name of ‘FAST’ which stands for ‘Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope,’ the device is being constructed in Guizhou Province, south-west China, reports The […]

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Chinese Police Officers Attack Twenty Eight Muslim Terrorists And Kill Them All

By shoebat.com Chinese police officers attacked twenty eight Muslim terrorists and slaughtered all of them. According to one report: Chinese police have killed 28 members of a “terrorist group” in the mainly Muslim Xinjiang region, authorities announced Friday, in the bloodiest such operation in months and as Beijing denounces Western “double standards” in the wake […]

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Here Comes China: Xi “Vows Terror Fight” After ISIS Executes First Chinese Hostage

By zerohedge.com Yesterday, together with the release of a picture of the alleged bomb that brought down the Russian airplane above Egypt, the ISIS propaganda magazine had another, perhaps even more actionable revelation: it confirmed that two hostages, a Norwegian national Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad, 48, and a Chinese captive, Fan Jinghui, 50, had been executed. […]

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As Obama Weakens America, The Russians And Chinese Prepare

By shtfplan.com We have seen some very heinous events over the past years of the Obama administration’s rule.  We have seen the hollowing out of our military command structure (everyone is familiar with the list of field-grade and general staff-level commanders purged by Obama).  We witnessed the “mothballing” of TARS (the balloon system complementing NORAD).  […]

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Just how badly could China hurt America in battle?

By theweek.com Last month’s confrontation at sea between the People’s Republic of China and the United States made one fact all too clear: The two countries have very, very different national interests in key strategic areas. The United States, the dominant power in Asia and the Pacific, would rather retain the status quo while the […]

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Attack of the Chinese Tesla Clones

By: Wired.com If there’s one place you can knock the Tesla Model S, a car so good it “broke” Consumer Reports’ rating system, it’s cost. The electric sedan is crazy expensive, starting at $71,000 and topping six figures fully loaded. The Model X SUV unveiled last month runs $143,000 decked out with a nice trim […]

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China Has Had a Telescope on the Moon for the Past Two Years

By: NewScientist.com Point a telescope at the moon, and you might just see one looking back. Chinese researchers have reported that their robotic telescope, the first of its kind, has been operating flawlessly ever since it landed on the moon in 2013. The 15-centimetre telescope is mounted on the Chang’e 3 lander, which touched down […]

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Faked in China

By: TheNewInquiry.com In the growing genre of Euro-American news stories about China, the threat of unlicensed reproduction is a recurring theme. In July, for instance, the BBC reported that Chinese authorities raided a factory just outside of Beijing that re-assembled used phone parts purchased from abroad before turning them into “new” ones for export. Since […]

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“The Dreamliner Is Your dream. We Want to Build Our Own Airplanes.”

By: TheChinaMoneyReport.com A good example of nationalist company executives from China marching to the same drum and lifting up their country. U.S. executive can’t move fast enough to move jobs and profits offshore. Seattle | bizjournals.com China Eastern Airlines wants to build more of its own airplanes, a company executive announced this week. Liu Shaoyong, […]

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The Wild, Wild East

By: Economist.com More than five centuries ago Christopher Columbus scrawled in his copy of Marco Polo’s “Travels” that the Middle Kingdom would bring mercacciones innumeras (an immeasurable amount of commerce). Columbus never reached that promised land. China has continued to disappoint foreign businessmen ever since, not least because many ordinary Chinese people have been too […]

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China Tries to Extract Pledge of Compliance from U.S. Tech Firms

By: NYTimes.com The Chinese government, which has long used its country’s vast market as leverage over American technology companies, is now asking some of those firms to directly pledge their commitment to contentious policies that could require them to turn user data and intellectual property over to the government. The government distributed a document to […]

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China Plans Lunar Rover for Far Side of Moon

By: Space-Travel.com China hopes to send a rover to the far side of the moon, which would be the first time humanity lands a lunar probe there, a scientist from the Chinese government’s moon exploration department said Tuesday. The plan to land Chang’e-4 lunar probe on the far side of the moon could be realized […]

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China Displacing Monopoly of U.S. Dollar

By: MacedoniaOnline.eu China and Russia are changing the financial architecture of the world, award-winning author, sociologist and geopolitical analyst Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya emphasizes, recommending the Wall Street financial elite to focus on America’s domestic problems instead of trying to undermine China’s economy. The rise of the yuan sends shivers down the spine of America’s financial […]

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Japan Seeks Biggest-Ever Defense Budget Amid China Concerns

By: Stripes.com Japan’s Defense Ministry wants to buy an advanced Aegis radar-equipped destroyer and more F-35 fighters under its largest-ever budget to bolster the defense of southern islands amid a territorial dispute with China. The ministry endorsed a 5.1 trillion yen ($42 billion) budget request Monday for the year beginning next April, up 2.2 percent […]

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China Said to Consider Policy Shift to Put Population Growth Before Economy

By: Bloomberg.com Facing a demographic time bomb that threatens China’s economic rise, President Xi Jinping is considering shifting his priority to population growth, according to a person familiar with the discussions. Xi’s economic planners may for the first time emphasize “population policies” over gross domestic product in the country’s next development blueprint, said the person, […]

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Photos: Scary White Foam Is All Over Tianjin, China After a Toxic Explosion

By: QZ.com The first rainfall since the devastating explosions rocked the Chinese city of Tianjin has produced a mysterious white foam, sparking widespread concern among the city’s residents. As the government insists Tianjin is safe after explosion, the streets start to foam http://t.co/74KaKCaMqI pic.twitter.com/sv2nBYQ3d4 — Joe Rayment (@Joerayment) August 19, 2015 http://t.co/8mh5YLmV6A Tianjin authorities say […]

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