September 18, 2020
SNc Channels:

About China articles Page 2

Page one || Next Page (Jan-23-2014 14:57)

Concerning Chinese Presence in Myanmar

China’s investment in Myanmar has not resulted in any substantial economic gains...

(BRUSSELS Burma Times) - Burma PM Thein Sein and China Premier Wen Jiabao in Beijing China and Myanmar share a 2,000-km border, and Myanmar is looked upon as the key to China’s pursuit of regional and border stability and to fulfilling its need for natural resources.

China today is Myanmar’s most important trading partner and one of its most important investors. There is a two way relation between China and Myanmar currently.

Read Full Article (Jan-19-2014 16:25)

China: Detention of Uyghur Academic and Human Rights Defender Mr Ilham Tohti

Immediately and unconditionally release Ilham Tohti as he is being detained solely as a result of his legitimate and peaceful work in defence of human rights, and immediately reveal his whereabouts - William Nicholas Gomes

(WASHINGTON, DC) - Mr Ilham Tohti On 15 January 2014, Mr Ilham Tohti, an economics professor at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijing, was detained by police following a raid on his home that afternoon.

According to a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, he was detained on suspicion of 'breaking the law'. Ilham Tohti has been consistently outspoken on Uyghur rights in China and critical of official policy in Xinjiang province, the homeland of China's Muslim Uyghur population. He has been detained numerous times previously as a result of his advocacy.

Read Full Article (Jan-16-2014 12:51)

Lessening of Iranian Economic Sanctions Could Improve Diplomacy and Increase Dialogue, MU Expert Says

“We found that the more we engaged them through diplomatic discourse, the better the outcomes. This could be the case in Iran as well” Cooper A. Drury, University of Missouri researcher

(COLUMBIA, MO) - Cooper A. Drury Iranian sanctions and their effect on the stability of the Mideast continues to be a hot-button issue among pundits and politicians.

Earlier this week, House Minority Whip, Congressman Steny Hoyer (D-MD), criticized the White House and Obama administration for suggesting that lawmakers who are in favor of tougher sanctions in Iran also are advocating war.

Read Full Article (Jan-07-2014 09:57)

Poll: US, Pakistan, China, Afghanistan Biggest Threats to World Peace

United States was ranked as the greatest threat to the world peace by 24 percent of the countries, according to the survey report.

(KABUL) - Threat nation flags According to a new poll report, United States of America, Pakistan, China and Afghanistan are the top four nations which poses threats to the world peace.

WIN/Gallup International conducted the global survey, where residents of 68 countries were questioned on everything from the global economy to politics and living conditions.

Read Full Article (Dec-30-2013 21:04)

It is India`s Turn to Face the Music

Rajapaksa wants to rescind the 2002 agreement and take the v oil tanks back. The Sinhalese are very smart. They always move step by step.

(MELBOURNE) - Trincomalee oil tanks There was a time under the advise of RAW and the Brahminic Indian Diplomat J.N. Dixit young pup Rajiv Gandhi fell into the trap set by the cunning fox, Jayawardene, and signed without consulting the Tamils, politicians or the Tigers, who were reigning supreme in the jungles of Vanni, the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord of July 1987.

One of the clauses in the Accord stipulated that no country will be allowed to have a foot-hold in Sri Lanka, especially in Trincomalee.

Read Full Article (Dec-24-2013 09:55)

I`m Still Standing
Fire Sweeps Chinese Skyscraper but...

Around 380 firemen battled the flames, which quickly overwhelmed the entire building.

(SALEM) - Skyscraper fire in China Chinese residents in the city of Guangzhou were shocked last week when a massive skyscraper lit ablaze, tumbling to the ground at free fall speed, almost exactly like the three buildings in New York City that burned and fell on 11 September 2001.

OK, it isn't April Fool's Day, so I will cut the charade. The building in China did burn, for 11 hours in fact, but it didn't fall because fires do not make skyscrapers fall, implosions make them fall.

Read Full Article (Dec-01-2013 15:00)

Japan Is Fast Becoming Another USA-Mastered Fascist State

The Japanese government, which already has a long history of cover-ups and opaqueness, is on its way to becoming even less open and transparent... - The Daily Beast

(NAIROBI, Kenya ECOTERRA) - Japan-China flags It’s not just Fukushima … Governments have been covering up nuclear meltdowns for 50 years. There has been a cover-up by the American government ever since the Fukushima earthquake. The American (and Canadian) authorities virtually stopped monitoring airborn radiation, and are not testing fish for radiation.

The U.S. government increased allowable radiation levels so that we could be exposed to radiation. Nuclear expert Arnie Gundersen says that high-level friends in the State Department told him that Hillary Clinton signed a pact with her counterpart in Japan agreeing that the U.S. will continue buying seafood from Japan, despite that food not being tested for radioactive materials.

Read Full Article (Nov-30-2013 20:55)

China Escalates Senkaku Dispute to Divert Attention from Slowing Economy

US Secretary of State John Kerry said America was ‘deeply concerned’ about China’s announcement and warned that ‘Escalatory action will only increase tensions in the region and create risks of an incident.’

(TOKYO ) - uninhabited Senkaku islands CHINA’S new leadership under President Xi Jinping has upped the stakes in its dispute with Japan over a couple of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea, after a year of thaw and intense behind-the-scenes negotiations.

The negotiations were aimed at maintaining stable economic relations between the two East Asian powerhouses.

Read Full Article (Nov-24-2013 23:50)

Shocking Truths about Wal-Mart | Brainwash Update

Unabashed and pulling no punches, this is a hard and frank look at a group famous for the under 40-hour work week.

(NEW YORK) - Abby Martin goes over how Wal Mart Originally recorded in July, RTV's Abby Martin goes over how Wal Mart is swallowing up the world, citing examples of sexual discrimination, environmental pollution, disregard for workers' safety, and costing tax-payers millions of dollars.

Underscoring the absurdity of this corporate giant known for selling Chinese made goods, Abby takes us to a massive WalMart gathering where Tom Cruise has the gall to say Walmart is making the nation a better place for women.

Read Full Article (Nov-06-2013 18:27)

China`s Antidumping Investigations Against Cellulose Pulp

Dissolving pulp is not a homogenous market.

(NEW YORK CITY) - Dissolving Pulp Production Plant In February 2013, the Chinese government announced that it would be conducting an antidumping duty investigation of dissolving pulp producers in Canada, the United States and Brazil.

This article examines the structure of the dissolving pulp market, the factors that have negatively affected China’s domestic producers and the likely effect of a duty on China’s domestic price.

Read Full Article
Page one | | Next Page View more categories

Your customers are looking: Advertise on!

Special Section: Truth telling news about marijuana related issues and events.

Donate to and help us keep the news flowing! Thank you.

Tribute to Palestine and to the incredible courage, determination and struggle of the Palestinian People. ~Dom Martin

The NAACP of the Willamette Valley