2018: China

  1. Chinese paper warns Australia on 'interference' in South China Sea (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-01
  2. China's ban on ivory trade comes into force (BBC)2018-01-01
  3. Minibus falls into sea near Shanghai, killing 7 people (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-01
  4. Minibus falls into sea near Shanghai, killing 7 people (Washington Post)2018-01-01
  5. China's 2017 movie ticket sales rise 13.5 percent (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-01
  6. Al Jazeera launches Mandarin-language website (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-01
  7. China’s Ambitious New ‘Port’: Landlocked Kazakhstan (New York Times)2018-01-01
  8. 2017: The year that shook Hong Kong's democracy (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-01
  9. The South China Sea fell off Trump’s radar this year. He may have to pay attention in 2018. (Washington Post)2018-01-01
  10. Democracy Advocates March in Hong Kong (New York Times)2018-01-01
  11. Can US defences stand up to China's hypersonic missile? (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-02
  12. Reality Check: How much plastic do we send to China? (BBC)2018-01-02
  13. Marks & Spencer sells Hong Kong stores as it retreats from overseas markets (The Guardian)2018-01-02
  14. Exposure to fine particulate pollution linked to increase in early births: study (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-02
  15. Toutiao, a High-Flying Chinese App, Delivers News to Millions. China’s Censors Have Noticed. (New York Times)2018-01-02
  16. Opioid crisis: US and China spar about who is to blame for fentanyl availability (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-03
  17. Taiwan dentist ordered to reimburse his mother $1.2m for his education (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-03
  18. US bars $1.2B Chinese acquisition of MoneyGram (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-03
  19. China, Moving to Cut Emissions, Halts Production of 500 Car Models (New York Times)2018-01-03
  20. Bamboo worlds: the beauty of Chinese aquaculture – in pictures (The Guardian)2018-01-03
  21. Filipino adventurers use ancient technology to recreate historic voyage (The Guardian)2018-01-03
  22. Climber who died in South Africa said to be from Hong Kong (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-03
  23. Climber who died in South Africa said to be from Hong Kong (Washington Post)2018-01-03
  24. Made in China: New and Potentially Lifesaving Drugs (New York Times)2018-01-03
  25. U.S. bars Chinese bid to buy MoneyGram (CNN)2018-01-03
  26. US blocks MoneyGram sale to Chinese firm over security concerns (The Guardian)2018-01-03
  27. Premier League team of 2017: After 115,000 picks, who made your best XI? (BBC)2018-01-03
  28. Sidangkou Journal: China’s ‘Saxophone Capital,’ a Factory Town Transfixed by Kenny G (New York Times)2018-01-03
  29. Woman staring at her phone has her leg cut off after getting stuck between lift's closing doors (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-03
  30. Xi Jinping tells army not to fear death in show of China's military might (The Guardian)2018-01-04
  31. China tries Tibetan language advocate featured in NY Times (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-04
  32. China tries Tibetan language advocate featured in NY Times (Washington Post)2018-01-04
  33. Xi Jinping: Chinese army to strengthen ‘war preparedness’ – video (The Guardian)2018-01-04
  34. Uber's big Chinese rival pumps money into Brazil (CNN)2018-01-04
  35. Macron heading to China to strengthen economic ties (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-04
  36. Tibetan activist put on trial in China for inciting separatism (The Guardian)2018-01-04
  37. Vietnam arrest tycoon accused of revealing state secrets (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-04
  38. Tibetan Businessman Battles Separatism Charges in Chinese Court (New York Times)2018-01-04
  39. Internet Users in China Expect to Be Tracked. Now, They Want Privacy. (New York Times)2018-01-04
  40. Tiangong 1 is expected to fall from the sky. You'll probably be fine. (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-04
  41. Lady in red? Trump told to see China president as woman to help pronounce name (The Guardian)2018-01-05
  42. Make it a Muji holiday: lifestyle brand to open two hotels in China (The Guardian)2018-01-05
  43. Hong Kong justice chief departs amid rule of law worries (Washington Post)2018-01-05
  44. Hong Kong justice chief departs amid rule of law worries (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-05
  45. China promises to 'deal seriously' with sanctions violators (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-05
  46. China tightens North Korea trade limits under UN sanctions (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-05
  47. China tightens North Korea trade limits under United Nations sanctions (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-05
  48. China's expansion slides as US priority (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-05
  49. Frozen waterfalls form on China's Tianmen Mountain (BBC)2018-01-05
  50. From shacks to des res: one village’s great leap in China’s march to the future (The Guardian)2018-01-07
  51. China to move millions of people from homes in anti-poverty drive (The Guardian)2018-01-07
  52. China’s Transport Ministry says 32 people missing after freighter collides with oil tanker in East China Sea. (Washington Post)2018-01-07
  53. China's Transport Ministry says 32 people missing after freighter collides with oil tanker in East China Sea. (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-07
  54. 32 missing, including 30 Iranians, in sea collision in China (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-07
  55. 32 missing, including 30 Iranians, in sea collision in China (Washington Post)2018-01-07
  56. 32 Sailors Missing After Ships Collide Off China’s East Coast (New York Times)2018-01-07
  57. Oil tanker on fire and 32 crew missing after collision off China's coast (The Guardian)2018-01-07
  58. Iranian tanker ablaze off China amid fears of oil spill (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-07
  59. Oil tanker ablaze following collision with ship off coast of China – video (The Guardian)2018-01-07
  60. Dozens missing after collision in East China Sea (The Star)2018-01-07
  61. Ian Bremmer: How Trump's America has created a power vacuum in the world, and Xi's China stands ready to fill it (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-07
  62. BBC China editor Carrie Gracie quits in gender pay row (BBC)2018-01-07
  63. In China, facial recognition is sharp end of a drive for total surveillance (Washington Post)2018-01-07
  64. Asian stocks rise after strong Wall Street week (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  65. US joins search for 32 missing after ships collide off China (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  66. BBC's China editor resigns over gender pay gap dispute (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  67. BBC’s China editor resigns over gender pay gap dispute (Washington Post)2018-01-08
  68. China oil spill sparks fears of environmental disaster (BBC)2018-01-08
  69. The Latest: Tanker burning at sea at risk of exploding (Washington Post)2018-01-08
  70. The Latest: Tanker burning at sea at risk of exploding (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  71. Asian stocks rise after strong Wall Street week (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  72. Explosion fears as fire continues to rage on stricken oil tanker off China coast (The Guardian)2018-01-08
  73. BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has quit her post over equal pay (BBC)2018-01-08
  74. BBC presenter 'moved' by resignation support (BBC)2018-01-08
  75. Explosion risk for oil tanker ablaze off China – Authorities (Daily Nation)2018-01-08
  76. Macron appeals to China for partnership in climate, Africa (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-08
  77. Crew Missing and Explosion Feared on Iranian Oil Tanker After Collision Near China (New York Times)2018-01-08
  78. BBC editor steps down to protest 'illegal' unequal pay (CNN)2018-01-08
  79. Air travel in China is about to get more expensive (CNN)2018-01-08
  80. A top BBC editor found out male peers were earning 50 percent more. So she resigned. (Washington Post)2018-01-08
  81. France’s Macron visits China to talk fairer trade and the future (Washington Post)2018-01-08
  82. Forget Bitcoin - now Dogecoin goes wild (BBC)2018-01-08
  83. BBC Sound of 2018: Pale Waves interview (BBC)2018-01-08
  84. Banham Zoo lemurs mob BBC News reporter (BBC)2018-01-08
  85. Amway Made China a Billion-Dollar Market. Now It Faces a Crackdown. (New York Times)2018-01-08
  86. Aitor Karanka: Nottingham Forest to appoint former Middlesbrough boss as new manager (BBC)2018-01-08
  87. Weather disasters cost US $390B in 2017, most expensive on record (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-08
  88. Resignation of Carrie Gracie, BBC China Editor, Resurfaces Pay Row (New York Times)2018-01-08
  89. Weather disasters cost the US a record $390 billion in 2017 (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-08
  90. The Guardian view on BBC pay: Carrie Gracie tells the story | Editorial (The Guardian)2018-01-08
  91. A giant oil tanker is on fire and could explode in the South China Sea (Washington Post)2018-01-08
  92. Building bridges between China and France (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-08
  93. Giant oil tanker on fire in East China Sea could explode (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-09
  94. Reality Check: Is Beijing's air quality better this winter? (BBC)2018-01-09
  95. Former Hong Kong Official Pleads Not Guilty in Africa Bribery Case (New York Times)2018-01-09
  96. Watchdog asks BBC for Carrie Gracie 'facts' (BBC)2018-01-09
  97. China's women break silence on harassment as #MeToo becomes #WoYeShi (The Guardian)2018-01-09
  98. Asian shares rise on Wall Street optimism (Washington Post)2018-01-09
  99. Daylight robbery: thieves steal chunk of China's new solar highway (The Guardian)2018-01-09
  100. BBC's Antiques Roadshow to review ivory objects policy (BBC)2018-01-09

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