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Beijing Int’l Book Fair kicks off with Iran’s attendance
The 26th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF), jointly organized by the 17th Beijing International Book Festival and the 9th China Digital Publishing Exposition, commenced on Wednesday at the China International Exhibition Center in Beijing with the participation of Iran’s pavilion.
Beijing warns US, outsiders not to amplify old disputes in South China Sea
Beijing has warned the United States and other non-Asian countries not to amplify disputes in the South China Sea.
Beijing holds military drills in East, South China Sea
China is holding military exercises in waters near Taiwan, days after Beijing reiterated it does not rule out military action against secessionist moves in the self-ruled island.
Beijing: US interfering in China's internal affairs in name of freedom of religious thoughts
China blasted as "hideous and hypocritical" US interference in its internal affairs in the name of "freedom of religious thoughts," calling on Washington to respect facts instead of vilifying Beijing's human rights record.
In challenge to Beijing, Hong Kong activists attempt to take fight to mainland
Hong Kong’s faceless protest movement is embarking on a bold new strategy that poses a direct challenge to the city’s political masters in Beijing: activists want to export their “revolution” to mainland China.
Beijing denies US claims of missile tests in South China Sea
China has dismissed US claims that Beijing conducted missile tests in the disputed South China Sea, saying the country’s military only held routine drills that posed no threat to any country.
Hong Kong Protests: Hunt on the “wrong side” of the issue
Hong Kong Protests: Hunt on the “wrong side” of the issue The war of words between China and Britain over Hong Kong has escalated as Beijing's ambassador to the United Kingdom urged Britain to stay out of Chinese affairs. But apparently the UK, and above all Jeremy Hunt, doesn’t seem willing to allow the Chinese to manage their own affairs.
Existing US tariffs must be removed if Washington wants trade deal with Beijing: China
China says the existing US tariffs against the country must first be removed if Washington wants any trade deal with Beijing.
Giant Beijing airport set to open on eve of China's 70th birthday
Beijing is set to open an eye-catching multi-billion dollar airport resembling a massive shining starfish, to accommodate soaring air traffic in China and celebrate the Communist government's 70th anniversary in power.
Beijing wants US to stop ‘inappropriate’ actions against Chinese firms
The Chinese government would like the US to cancel ‘inappropriate’ actions against Chinese companies, vice commerce minister Wang Shouwen said on Monday.
Beijing yields to Hong Kong’s financial clout
Beijing has yielded to Hong Kong’s unique economic status.
China defends government action at Tiananmen Square in 1989
China has defended government action during the Tiananmen Square incident on its 30th anniversary in a rare move, accusing the West of stirring up public opinion against Beijing over the matter.
Foreign investment in China not affected by US tariffs: Beijing
Beijing says foreign investors remain enthusiastic about the Chinese market, contrary to a claim by the administration of US President Donald Trump that American tariffs are causing companies to move production out of the world’s second-largest economy.
India joins US-led naval drills in South China Sea amid tension with Beijing
India’s warships have taken part in a US-led naval exercise in the contested South China Sea along with warships from Japan and the Philippines joining an American guided missile destroyer.
Upcoming Beijing horticultural expo opens door to greener future
The upcoming 2019 Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition is slated to open on Monday at the foot of the Great Wall in the Chinese capital's Yanqing district.

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