2018-02: China

  1. Amazon Wants to Disrupt Health Care in America. In China, Tech Giants Already Have. (New York Times)2018-02-01
  2. Theresa May in talks with Chinese president Xi Jinping (BBC)2018-02-01
  3. Germany urges release of detained China human rights lawyer (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  4. Germany urges release of detained China human rights lawyer (Washington Post)2018-02-01
  5. 'Dangerous condition': Unexploded 450kg World War II bomb found in Hong Kong (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-02-01
  6. Britain's May meets China's Xi on visit focused post-Brexit (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  7. Fight for $15 movement plans fast-food workers' strike across south (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  8. China's Prison Orphans (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-01
  9. Theresa May praises China as she meets Xi Jinping in Beijing (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  10. China debating whether to raise sunken Iranian oil tanker (Washington Post)2018-02-01
  11. A baby giraffe and tea in China – Thursday's best photos (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  12. China debating whether to raise sunken Iranian oil tanker (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  13. Nobel peace prize: US lawmakers nominate Hong Kong protesters (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  14. China reacts to ASIO claims of 'extreme threat' with a joke (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-02-01
  15. HNA of China, in Need of Money, Raises Funds From Employees (New York Times)2018-02-01
  16. Report: Hong Kong's appetite for reef fish 'unsustainable' (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-01
  17. China police state: Fear and resentment (BBC)2018-02-01
  18. 'I started life again in the Arctic... then I fell in love' (BBC)2018-02-02
  19. Rise of 'morality schools' for Chinese women sparks outcry (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  20. Rise of ‘morality schools’ for Chinese women sparks outcry (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  21. Chinese state media report 18 people hospitalized after SUV plows into pedestrians in downtown Shanghai (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  22. Shanghai van incident: 18 injured as vehicle hits pedestrians (BBC)2018-02-02
  23. CORRECTS: Chinese state media report 18 people hospitalized after minivan plows into pedestrians in downtown Shanghai (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  24. Shanghai: 18 injured as van ploughs into pedestrians (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  25. Ruling by Court in Maldives Breathes New Life Into Political Opposition (New York Times)2018-02-02
  26. Asian shares lower as investors mull earnings, yields weigh (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  27. Nassar hearing focused on Michigan gymnastics club to resume (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  28. AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the past week in Asia (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  29. Suspect in U Penn student's murder due in California court (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  30. Witness describes moment van struck Shanghai pedestrians – video (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  31. Apple posts record $88 billion in sales (CNN)2018-02-02
  32. The deafening silence on China's human rights abuses (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-02
  33. China orders microblog operators to tighten censorship (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  34. China slams US lawmakers for nominating activists for prize (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  35. China slams US lawmakers for nominating activists for prize (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  36. Possible deal between Vatican and China alarms many Catholics (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  37. In Italy, Facebook will have fact checkers 'hunting' for fake news for the first time (Washington Post)2018-02-02
  38. What John Major said in China – and what Theresa May did not (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  39. Theresa May's China visit offers little to silence critics at home (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  40. Porcelain apprentices needed in Hong Kong (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-02
  41. The Latest: Judge: Nassar lawyer's comments 'unfortunate' (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  42. Chinese Eden Project to feature world's highest indoor waterfall (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  43. Victim's father tries to attack disgraced ex-sports doctor Larry Nassar in Michigan courtroom, tackled by bailiffs (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  44. Hong Kong 'Umbrella Movement' nominated for Nobel prize (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-02
  45. The Guardian view on May in China: the ‘golden era’ has lost its lustre | Editorial (The Guardian)2018-02-02
  46. Judge: 'No way' she'll punish father of three Nassar victims who tried to attack disgraced doctor in Michigan court (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  47. Accuser to Nassar: 'You are a disgrace to our profession' (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-02
  48. Aiming at China’s Armpits: When Foreign Brands Misfire (New York Times)2018-02-03
  49. China rail project to link landlocked Laos to Asia (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-03
  50. Theresa May, praised by Chinese media for her soft stance on human rights, gets roasted by British press (Washington Post)2018-02-03
  51. Enemy of the state? Agnes Chow, the 21-year-old activist who has China worried (The Guardian)2018-02-04
  52. Report: Blast at China chemical plant kills 4 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-04
  53. Report: Blast at China chemical plant kills 4 (Washington Post)2018-02-04
  54. AP PHOTOS: Lion dance in Singapore ahead of Lunar New Year (Washington Post)2018-02-04
  55. China criticizes US for nuclear adversary claims (Washington Post)2018-02-04
  56. China criticizes US for nuclear adversary claims (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-04
  57. Anthony Albanese at odds with Shorten over Labor preselections (The Guardian)2018-02-04
  58. China accuses US of 'Cold War mentality' over nuclear policy (BBC)2018-02-04
  59. Kay Kay: The Girl from Guangzhou (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-04
  60. Deadly storms hit Bolivia and Argentina (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-04
  61. Hong Kong democracy activists urge UK to release unseen files (The Guardian)2018-02-04
  62. Tillerson says US considers Venezuela oil sale restrictions (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-04
  63. Chinese woman gives birth on the street before 'throwing her baby into a litter bin' (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-04
  64. Coalition warned welfare overhaul could worsen homelessness (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  65. Asian shares extend global losses after Wall Street's rout (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  66. Senior US diplomat pitches arms sales in China's backyard (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  67. Nissan plans 20 electric models for China through 2020 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  68. Man died from medication mix-up following day surgery, coroner hears (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  69. Chinese state media reports eight killed in overnight gas leak at steel mill in Guangdong province (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  70. Chinese state media reports eight killed in overnight gas leak at steel mill in Guangdong province (Washington Post)2018-02-05
  71. Asian shares extend global losses after Wall Street's rout (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  72. 8 killed in gas leak at southern China steel mill (Washington Post)2018-02-05
  73. 8 killed in gas leak at southern China steel mill (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  74. China Opens Inquiry Into U.S. Sorghum as Trade Tensions Worsen (New York Times)2018-02-05
  75. Hong Kong’s Courts Have Defended Its Freedoms. Is Beijing Changing That? (New York Times)2018-02-05
  76. China: Trade probe of US sorghum 'normal' investigation (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  77. Nuclear plan: China accuses US of 'Cold War mentality' (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-05
  78. Broadcom raises Qualcomm bid to more than $121 billion (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  79. George Chaloner: Former jockey on falls, flashbacks, PTSD and his second career (BBC)2018-02-05
  80. Philippines on China military build-up: No war option (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-05
  81. US's new nuclear policy 'a blueprint for war', Nobel peace laureate says (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  82. Very hot tea can raise risk of oesophageal cancer, suggests study (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  83. Sweden condemns China's 'brutal' detention of bookseller Gui Minhai (The Guardian)2018-02-06
  84. China in world-first deployment of experimental electromagnetic rail 'supergun' aboard a warship (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  85. China says mid-course missile interceptor test successful (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  86. China says mid-course missile interceptor test successful (Washington Post)2018-02-06
  87. China solar supplier grows in India to avoid trade controls (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  88. Ship manager: Indian tanker's crew retakes ship from pirates (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  89. Sweden FM slams China as missing bookseller row escalates (Washington Post)2018-02-06
  90. Sweden FM slams China as missing bookseller row escalates (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  91. China says senior foreign policy adviser to meet Tillerson (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  92. China says senior foreign policy adviser to meet Tillerson (Washington Post)2018-02-06
  93. Hong Kong Court Throws Out Protest Leaders’ Sentences (New York Times)2018-02-06
  94. Hong Kong activists have jail sentences overturned (The Guardian)2018-02-06
  95. Hong Kong top court overturns prison sentences for activists (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  96. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong, 2 others freed after winning appeal against prison sentence (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-06
  97. Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong, 2 others freed after winning appeal against prison sentence (Washington Post)2018-02-06
  98. Hong Kong top court overturns prison sentences for activists (Washington Post)2018-02-06
  99. Jacinda Ardern defuses tensions on New Zealand's sacred Waitangi Day (The Guardian)2018-02-06
  100. Hong Kong's top court frees 'Umbrella Movement' leaders (Al-Jazeera)2018-02-06

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