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South Korea Protests Over Falun Gong Deportations : China News - China Real Time Report | WSJ

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previous South Korea Protests Over Falun Gong Deportations Chinese Falun Gong practitioners who want to escape persecution at home are learning that South Korea is not a country where they can seek refuge. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14368?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Asia Today: Bank Profits in China; Europe's Debt Woes In China, foreign banks are lagging behind when it comes to profits. Also, Asian markets are falling on the lack of progress in resolving Europe's debt problems, and the Fed is mulling inflation and job targets. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14367?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Yuan Takes a Breather During Euro Crisis One of the first casualties of the fading global recovery-pressure for yuan appreciation. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14366?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Photos: China Solar Panel Pollution Protests Turn Violent Hundreds of people in eastern China carried out

Jet Li Ashamed of China's Soft Power: China News - China Real Time Report

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previous Jet Li Ashamed of China's Soft Power Chinese leaders aren't the only ones frustrated with the nation's lack of "soft power" influence--Jet Li is, too, and he wants to do something about it. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14337?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Senators: Selling F-16s to Taiwan Equals Jobs If U.S. Sens. John Cornyn and Robert Menendez have their way, the U.S. will be selling brand-new F-16s to Taiwan, instead of simply upgrading existing ones. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14336?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Stocks Bounce on Talk of Temporary China Bailout of Italy The Dow went from down about 150 points to up about 70, apparently sparked by a news report, citing anonymous sources, that Italy is in talks to get China to buy Italian sovereign debt. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14335?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Photos: Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Fes

China's Rich to Stay Way Ahead of India's: China News - China Real Time Report | WSJ

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previous China's Rich to Stay Way Ahead of India's Mukesh Ambani and Li Ka-shing may soon get new company in their wealth club. While the U.S. and western European economies continue to be in the doldrums, Asia, with its steady economic growth, will supply the next set of millionaires (and billionaires), says a new report. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14326?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Economists React: Chinese Inflation Falls from Three-Year High Chinese inflation fell to 6.2% in August after hitting a three-year high of 6.5% the month before, raising market expectations that China's central bank tightening policy might finally be coming to an end. Analysts weigh in. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14325?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Could Sow the Seeds of GM Crops Growth China's adoption of genetically-modified crops will provide the "tipping point" for global attitude

Hong Kongers Irate Over HSBC Job Cuts: China News - China Real Time Report | WSJ

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previous Hong Kongers Irate Over HSBC Job Cuts There is little sympathy for bankers who lose their jobs these days-except when the losses come at HSBC Holdings PLC and are taking place in Hong Kong, the bank's historic home. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14318?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Venice Taps Chinese Film as This Year's 'Surprise' The Venice International Film Festival named a Chinese movie, "People Mountain People Sea,' from director Cai Shangjun, as this year's "surprise film." http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14317?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Now This Is Happening: A Bank Funding Crisis in China? As if the U.S. didn't have enough to worry about, there are signs of a bank funding crisis in China. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/?p=14316?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * SH Contemporary: Shanghai's Art Fair Begins SH Contemporary, Shanghai's

China News - China Real Time Report:: Activists Angry Over Latest China IPO: Bear Bile | WSJ

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previous China Watch: Sex Drug Crackdown, Can Sina Take on Twitter?   CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. February 16, 2011 -- 7:00 p.m. GMT+08:00 ___________________________________ Activists Angry Over Latest China IPO: Bear Bile A pharmaceutical company that relies on bear bile for its signature product wants to go public. Animal rights activists have vowed to make sure that doesn't happen. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/16/activists-angry-over-latest-china-ipo-bear-bile/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Watch: Sex Drug Crackdown, Can Sina Take on Twitter? Shanghai makes arrests in a sex drug sting, a scam to circumvent Beijing license plate limits, the chances China's top microblogging service will go global and more. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/16/china-watch-sex-drug-crackdown-can-sina-take-on-twitter/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Will the Internet Advance C

Volvo: Swedish Company with Chinese Characteristics?: China News - Chian Real Time Repórt | WSJ

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previous Volvo: Swedish Company with Chinese Characteristics?     CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. February 7, 2011 ___________________________________ Video: Analyzing China's Rare-Earth Reserves On Asia Today, SJ's Jake Lee and Asia Pacific Finance Reporter Alison Tudor examine China's efforts to build its strategic reserves of rare-earth metals. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/07/video-analyzing-chinas-rare-earth-reserves/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Volvo: Swedish Company with Chinese Characteristics? Volvo's new CEO answers questions about the automaker's new management and identity after the company was bought by China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. last year. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/07/volvo-swedish-company-with-chinese-characteristics/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Watch: Mummies Remade, What 'China Model'? A Philad

China News - China Real Time Report: Analyst: Skip the Rate Hike, Enjoy the Holiday | WSJ

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previous Gibbs: China Envoy Huntsman Is Expected to Leave Soon   CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. February 1, 2011 ___________________________________ Analyst: Skip the Rate Hike, Enjoy the Holiday China's central bank sometimes makes announcement at the least convenient time. So what are the chances an interest rate boost over the upcoming holiday? http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/01/analyst-skip-the-rate-hike-enjoy-the-holiday/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Gibbs: China Envoy Huntsman Is Expected to Leave Soon White House press secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters Monday that he expects Jon Huntsman to step down as the U.S. ambassador to China later this year. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/02/01/gibbs-china-envoy-huntsman-is-expected-to-leave-soon/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * Champion Of Chinese Modernity Dies Nora Sun, the 73-year-old granddaughter of Sun Yat-sen, died ov

China News - China Real Time Report | Road-Building Rage To Leave U.S. In Dust | WSJ

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previous China Watch 1/18: Big Ad Goes Live, Big Hole Appears    CHINA REAL TIME REPORT MAIL from the Wall Street Journal Online. January 18, 2011 ___________________________________ Road-Building Rage To Leave U.S. In Dust China's road-building has surpassed even its own ambitious plans. The Ministry of Transport said Tuesday that construction of twelve national highways has been completed 13 years ahead of schedule. Another eight highways in western China are almost complete, as well, it said. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/01/18/road-building-rage-to-leave-us-in-dust/?mod=djemChinaRTR_t * * * China Watch 1/18: Big Ad Goes Live, Big Hole Appears What the Wall Street Journal's reporters in China are reading and watching online: The "Experience China" ad campaign hits Times Square, a bus falls into a massive pothole, Roubini riffs on Chinese consumers and more. http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/01