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Chinese, Japanese archeologists restore millenniums-old iron-smelting techniques
Chinese and Japanese archeologists have successfully restored the iron-smelting techniques that date back about two millenniums.
Envoy: Number of Chinese tourists to Iran rises
The number of Chinese tourists to Iran has increased thanks to efforts by the Iranian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts and elimination of visa requirements for visitors from the East Asian country, said China’s ambassador to Iran.
Chinese, Uzbek scientists unveil mystery of ancient city in Central Asia
The Ferghana Valley on the west of the Pamirs, one of the most densely populated regions of Central Asia, known for the precious Ferghana horse breed and a key hub on the ancient Silk Road, has been attracting scientists and researchers from around the world for decades.
Chinese investors pile into gold as economic worries surge
Chinese investors are piling into gold bullion in a big way as worries over China’s economy and political system surge.
39 dead in truck were Chinese: Report
The victims were discovered in a container on the back of a truck in Grays, east of London, on Wednesday, shortly after arriving by ferry from Belgium.
Rich Chinese outnumber wealthy Americans
The number of rich Chinese has surpassed the count of wealthy Americans for the first time as both countries keep churning out millionaires, a study by Credit Suisse showed.
Chinese-American accused by US of spying for Beijing
A naturalized US citizen of Chinese descent working as a tour guide near San Francisco, California, has been charged by US officials of being an agent of the Chinese government and providing China with classified US national security information.
Chinese firms stung by trade war build up domestic brands
For over a decade, manufacturer Matsutek plied away at building its business with big Western brands, supplying firms such as Philips and Honeywell with products made in its Chinese factories for the US and other overseas markets.
Chinese shoppers adopt  facial payments in  cashless drive
No cash, no cards, no wallet, and no smartphones: China's shoppers are increasingly purchasing goods with just a turn of their heads as the country embraces facial payment technology.
Why Chinese overseas investment growth is set to slow further
China’s overseas investment growth will likely slow or even decline in the next few years, as geopolitical and economic risks around the world increase, according to credit rating agency, Moody’s Investors Service.
Chinese online literature favors more realistic themes
Up to 65 percent of online literary works were about realistic themes, a 24-percent increase year-on-year, according to a report on the development of Chinese online literature in 2018.
Chinese firms learn to adapt as US trade war rages
Export-reliant Chinese companies are slashing prices, moving production abroad, creating new domestic markets and even rebranding goods as they try to survive the escalating trade war with the US.
Chinese yuan falls to weakest level against dollar since 2010
The Chinese yuan fell to its lowest level against the dollar since August 2010 in morning trade on Monday, fueling speculation that Beijing is allowing currency depreciation to counter threatened US tariffs.
Pompeo slams Chinese 'coercion' in South China Sea
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused China of being engaged in “coercion” of its Southeast Asian neighbors in disputes over the South China Sea and criticized its building a dam on the Mekong River.
Exhibition showing how Chinese migrants built US transcontinental railroad
When one thinks of the transcontinental railroad, rarely do Chinese migrants come to mind.

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